Panasonic Viera TX-P37C2B 37-inch Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview £399.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Ignore that it says "Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months" as they are getting stock in tomorrow of this TV but with with strictly limited stocks.

So, a good heads up if you want a bargain Plasma TV

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Manufacturer's Description

Best Motion picture Reproduction - 100Hz Technology
Watching TV is about moving images rather than still images. A still image in high resolution looks brilliant on almost any HD TV, but when the images are moving, you can see a clear quality difference as many TVs have difficulties to display fast moving contents without motion blur.

All Panasonic plasma TVs are equipped with 100Hz technology. This superb technology doubles the output frame rate, meaning the gaps of time between image frames are lessened. The more frames inserted, the smoother the overall imaging will be for the human eye. The 100Hz technology is a major benefit to you as it aids in creating flicker-less moving images.

You can see the difference Panasonic's 100Hz can make to action-packed scenes
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Next Generation Contrast
With a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio, you can rely on VEIRA plasma TVs to give you the deep black tones that you need. When you're watching movies, VIERA renders images just the way the director intended, even in scenes where it's difficult to achieve a proper balance of light and dark.

View Photos from your SD Card
It's easy to view full-HD images with the SD card slot. Watch and show your photos and motion images right after you take them. Simply insert an SD Memory Card into VIERA to display photos and full-HD videos on the large screen. An easy-to-see, easy-to-use thumbnail display has also been added. You can also enjoy special background music, slideshow frames and transition effects.

Game Mode

In Game Mode, quicker image response increases the enjoyment of video games when a game console is connected to the TV. What's more, VIERA produces the dark images in video games more clearly. This mode works with the anti-image retention (wobbling) function, too.


http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-electronics/product-content/PDP-3.jpgWith VIERA Link, you can connect and control all your Panasonic devices efficiently through your TV

VIERA Link
VIERA Link uses the control signals that are transmitted through an HDMI cable for automated functions. Just press the VIERA Link button on the VIERA TV remote to control your entire Panasonic components including Home Cinema Systems, HD camcorder and Lumix digital cameras.

Build to Resist – VIERA Tough Panel
Panasonic VIERA Plasma TVs are protected by a front sheet of glass resistant to impacts of up to four joules. This is particularly reassuring for families with small children who may otherwise inadvertently damage the screen when playing.
Also, the growing success of games consoles using motion controllers has led to an increase in TVs being accidentally struck and damaged by controllers which have slipped out of player’s hands. Thanks to VIERA plasma TVs’ Tough Panel you don’t need to worry. And what’s more, the protective panel makes cleaning easier too, simply wipe with a soft cloth when necessary.
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-electronics/product-content/PDP-4.jpgPanasonic VIERA Plasma TVs are protected by a front sheet of glass resistant to accidental impacts

Long-Life Design - up to 100,000 Hours of Viewing Enjoyment

Because a TV should have as little negative impact on the environment as possible, it must function for many years. That is why Panasonic Plasma TVs have been engineered to deliver an excellent viewing experience for up to an amazingly long 100,000 hours. So if you were to watch TV eight hours a day – that would be 30 years!

Panasonic lead-free Plasma TVs
Flat screen TVs that employ conventional technologies may contain a spot of harmful chemicals such as lead or mercury. These chemicals are then set free when the TV is taken to recycling at the end of its lifecycle. Already in 2006 and as the first manufacturer worldwide, Panasonic has completely eliminated the use of lead and mercury in their flat screen TVs.

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#2
Hotter than hot.
#3
Got one of these 18 months ago, superb TV it really is fantastic. Bargain at £399.
#4
brb-just calculating how badly mrs barky will beat me if I buy another tv-hot! hot!hot!
#5
Thats a stunning deal. Don't really need a new tv though...........but.............
#6
Looks good are there any reviews? I'm a big fan on Panasonic so I'm sure this is a good set.
When was this model launched how does it fit into their product range is it one of their entry level sets? I've read that Panasonic TVs reset the brightness after 1000hours of running. This is not changeable once the it takes place.

Does this effect this model?

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10447329-1.html


Amazing price for a great 100Hz set!
banned#7
god wow
might buy
#8
xxxxx
#9
Think o might take this as a failed on the Sony. My bank give me 3 years cover as well although I watch about 2 hours telly a day so it should last 120 years lol per their description
#10
If this is like the C10 from last year it will be very reflective
#11
is this 1080p?

can't seem to find the spec
#12
Any idea how many HDMI sockets this set has?
#13
(no expert)

but this appears to replace the Panasonic TX-P37C10B
so I think this is the bottom-of-the-range TV from Panny ?

The PDF I have
http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=9&ved=0CC4QFjAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.linwoodhe.com%2Fpdf%2Fplasma10.pdf&rct=j&q=tx-p37c2b&ei=uBXXS-niKNWg_AaH1KTDBw&usg=AFQjCNFGTHQ7nhohITUSjocl-V0RtTb8Tw
said this was introduced in April 2010, yet someone said they have had one for 18months ?
No reviews either :/


wut ?
#14
mike710
is this 1080p?

can't seem to find the spec


bizarrely, I found it on the Danish Panasonic site Link here (Google Translated) - says 720p

BUT don't let that put you off - the fact that it always prompts debate shows you that there's no significant difference.

I'm not convinced this is that hot a deal - it's pretty cheap, but as ^someone said above this is the bottom of the line model. If you love Panasonic (and they do make nice TVs), then this is fairly good, though the feature set is fairly limited IMHO for a TV in 2010.
#15
Intro April 2010 (Pretty new in otherwords)
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[LEFT][/FONT][/SIZE][FONT=DINCond-Medium][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Medium][SIZE=2]High Picture Quality:[/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2]100Hz Double Scan, 2,000,000:1[/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

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[LEFT][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2]VIERA Image Viewer (AVCHD/JPEG),[/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]VIERA Link, Game Mode[/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]

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[LEFT][FONT=DINCond-Medium][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Medium][SIZE=2]Additional Features:[/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2]VIERA Tough Panel, Mercury and Lead[/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]Free Panel, Long Panel Life (Up to [/FONT][/SIZE][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]100,000 Hours), V-Audio[/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]





[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]This MIGHT be a guide as it is of the P2 range of tellies from Panny.[/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2]THE ACTUAL TELLY [/SIZE]


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The one following is descrived below and is 42"
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[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]The Viera S2 series from Panasonic appears to share in the affordable 1080p plasma category with the U2 series. Available in larger sizes than the U2 series these plasmas feature a 1080p panel with Panasonic's 600Hz Sub-Field Drive and an anti reflective filter for using the TV in bright rooms. Viera Link allows a single remote to use with any connected Viera Link products.[/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]3 HDMI Inputs, 2 USB Ports, PC Input and Viera Image Viewer round out the feature set of the TC-P42S2.[/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]We've noticed Panasonic plasma TVs improving the brightness of its TVs over the past couple of years. Apparently, 2010 will continue this trend as Panasonic is still gaining on LCD technology in the brightness area. Panasonic representatives explained that 2010 model will be still brighter than 2009 models with the new NEO PDP while still going for a deeper black dimension.[/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]

[LEFT][SIZE=2][FONT=DINCond-Regular]Panasonic did not appear to concentrate on the super thin TV presentation at CES 2010 as did many of the LCD manufacturers. Though we did not measure depth in the new Panasonic lineup it looked to be about the same as 2009 on the series at around a 3.5" depth. Panasonic stated that it was not a big focus this year. This will likely translate to very attractive price points on the 2010 Panasonic plasma models.[/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]
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#16
pledmonds
bizarrely, I found it on the Danish Panasonic site Link here (Google Translated) - says 720p

BUT don't let that put you off - the fact that it always prompts debate shows you that there's no significant difference.

I'm not convinced this is that hot a deal - it's pretty cheap, but as ^someone said above this is the bottom of the line model. If you love Panasonic (and they do make nice TVs), then this is fairly good, though the feature set is fairly limited IMHO for a TV in 2010.


thanks for the find!

I have to agree that this isn't that good of a deal really. If its an entry model and newly released surely this price is the RRP

Still a good TV just not that much of a deal
#17
I think if I were interested in 37" I'd be inclined to snap this little baby up (Last One)
#18
wow, no Peggy Bedford telling you all to buy an LED!!!!!!!!!!!!
#19
anybody know what guarantee would come with it?
#20
slackrat77
wow, no Peggy Bedford telling you all to buy an LED!!!!!!!!!!!!


lol what I was expecting too.
#21
From the comments I can't decide if this is good or not. Looking at the heat I suspect it's not too great.
#22
not a bad price..Got a 42" G15 for just £25 more a few months back though
#23
Where from mate ? :)
#24
not 1080p ....
#25
treb
Where from mate ? :)


From the QVC store in Shrewsbury

They had them at the front of the store for £499! I couldn't beleive it was the TX-P42G15 for that price.

They also do a 15% discount for over 60's on Mondays too, so I asked them to save the 3 they had and got my parents to get them for me on the Monday so got them for £425 each.

I had the only 3 they had so I didn't see much point listing it on HotUkDeals. I sold 2 for £650 each so effectively got mine for free and made £25 profit :)
#26
Proper specs here:

http://panasonic.net/avc/viera/eu2010/product/c_plasma_spec.html

I believe the E suffix denotes Europe while the B denotes British so specs could differ slightly. IIRC, the C models don't have the anti-reflective screen of the X so that could be problematic for some. Also no VGA input for hooking up a laptop if that's important to you.
#27
jamesconner3
not 1080p ....


Thankfully.....

meaning SD won't look horrendous as it does on every 1080p tv :thumbsup:
#28
rizla01
I think if I were interested in 37" I'd be inclined to snap this little baby up (Last One)

Why would you get the X10 for that price when you can get the new X20 cheaper? http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/666027/panasonic-viera-tx-p37x20b-plasma-t

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