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PANASONIC VIERA TX-P42C2B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV - £379.99 delivered at Dixons

£379.99 @ Dixons
The Panasonic TX-P42C2B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV incorporates VIERA V-Real 4 image processing technology to deliver an incredibly immersive viewing experience! You'll enjoy a picture imbued with deep, r… Read More
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The Panasonic TX-P42C2B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV incorporates VIERA V-Real 4 image processing technology to deliver an incredibly immersive viewing experience! You'll enjoy a picture imbued with deep, rich colours, with 100Hz Double Scan technology incorporated so that fast-paced action is rendered with superb fluidity.

With a dual HDMI interface, you'll also be able to connect High Definition devices such as a Blu-ray player or game console to the Panasonic VIERA TX-P42C2-B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV to fully exploit its potential. A powerful audio performance is provided through the two 10W stereo speakers, ably assisted by V-Audio Surround sound technology.

A DVB-T Freeview TV tuner is integrated to provide you with a broad choice of digital television channels and radio stations, including all of your existing BBC and ITV favourites.

Other attractive features of this stylish VIERA TX-P42C2-B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV include 24p mode for viewing movies at their original frame rate, and the VIERA Image Viewer. The latter provides an SD card slot so you can view your JPEG photos and AVCHD or MPEG2 videos on the TV screen.

If you're seeking a high quality television with truly up-to-date features, the surprisingly affordable Panasonic VIERA TX-P42C2B 42" HD Ready Plasma TV is the right choice for you!
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#1
dont know much about the telly....but that looks like a great price for a panny 42" plasma... full hd or not...
#2
is it full 1080p?
#3
ukmonkey
is it full 1080p?
HD ready in the title would assume no.
#4
ukmonkey
is it full 1080p?


Nope, 720p. Still a very good deal IMHO, I'd buy one if I actually watched any telly.
#5
why would you want 1080p on a 42 inch plasma? Have you got Superman standard eyes?
#6
A great deal. Panasonic Plasma’s are brilliant, but bear in mind this only has 2 HDMI sockets (bit limiting these days), and judging by previous C models lacks the non-reflective coatings found in the rest of range. Which may be a problem in a bright room or with window reflections.

But £379. I mean really. This is a steal.
#7
Please help! Is this better or worse than the X series 42" Panasonic plasma from Richer Sounds (which requires trade-in) and why? Expert opinion much appreciated as the cost is only £10 different from the other thread.
#8
Wow 3 great TV deals in the last 12 hrs. Any views on which set is the best? This one, the Panasonic TXP42 X20 or even the Samsung PS42C450 ?
#9
I think the C is the bottom of the range, then X,S,G and V ascending. C is a cut down version of the X, in which case the Richer Sounds offer is better if you have a spare telly to dispose of.
#10
All said, the deal from Richer Sounds is far superior- if you have a shop nearby, have a TV to trade in and manage to carry the new 42" back home. That is a better TV (reflections in C-series can be very disruptive), cheaper, and £37 for five-year warranty seals the deal from Richer Sounds- they have far better reputation as retailers too!
click here for richer sounds TV deal
#11
Geoggy
why would you want 1080p on a 42 inch plasma? Have you got Superman standard eyes?


Yes
#12
Had one since June and the only downside is the reflective glass in daylight which you sort of get used to. 2 HDMI inputs not a problem as we only need one for the sky box ( and not that big a deal to change them if required ). Great picture and none of that judderiness when watching football.
#13
Thank you for the replies GeoffAngela and skydr...the Richer Sounds deal sounds the way to go. Funny thing is I rang Reading Richer Sounds today to enquire and the salesman could not have been more obstructive or negative about the deal...to the extent that he wouldn't tell me how the trade in works (advised me to take it to the dump) because he was so sure that once I had seen the Panasonic in action I would be buying something else!

This contradicts all the reviews and comments I've seen...perhaps the staff are trying to keep them all for themselves?!
#14
If you have problems getteing to the Richer Sounds, you can check out the Amazon deal, though it did not get the heat it deserved, I donot know why!
Amazon TV deal
#15
mrploppy
Please help! Is this better or worse than the X series 42" Panasonic plasma from Richer Sounds (which requires trade-in) and why? Expert opinion much appreciated as the cost is only £10 different from the other thread.


X20 is better in every area, has things like a newer processor and is less reflective.
#16
not full 1080 so not really worth it, its 1024 x768 = 720p

Edited By: monkeyman192 on Sep 17, 2010 17:55: spelling
#17
monkeyman192
not full 1080 so not really worth it, its 1024 x768 = 720p

For £379.99 what do you expect? This is a 42" for the price of a 32" and its a pretty good TV too, not as good as the X or the S etc but still very good
#18
The C range is no longer in panasonic line up so this TV is obsolete model. the X series replaced this and the only range using old plasma panel. Other series (V, G, S, Z) are all on the latest neoPDP panel. so X is considered bottom of the range for pana. I have the X20 42" bought last week and it is just brilliant! 720p on SD and 1080p when am using my PS3 on HDMI, yes 1080p! dont as me why but ask mr google and find out urself why. ta!
oh and btw not voting either way since the price is a bargain but for an obsolete model weeellll dont think so...

Edited By: natespeed on Sep 17, 2010 20:19: add voting update
#19
natespeed
The C range is no longer in panasonic line up so this TV is obsolete model. the X series replaced this and the only range using old plasma panel. Other series (V, G, S, Z) are all on the latest neoPDP panel. so X is considered bottom of the range for pana. I have the X20 42" bought last week and it is just brilliant! 720p on SD and 1080p when am using my PS3 on HDMI, yes 1080p! dont as me why but ask mr google and find out urself why. ta!
oh and btw not voting either way since the price is a bargain but for an obsolete model weeellll dont think so...


The C2 is a 2010 model, all the sets with a 2 in them are 2010 ones. It goes C, X, G, V then VT plasma wise.


Edited By: kharma45 on Sep 18, 2010 00:02: Grammatical error
#20
Yes the C2 is an official Panasonic Model - but you won't find it on the Panasonic website because it is solely produced for the Dixons/Curry/Pixmania group of companies.

Basically it is a bastardised X10 so if you get the option of the X20 definately go for that one.
#21
kharma45
natespeed
The C range is no longer in panasonic line up so this TV is obsolete model. the X series replaced this and the only range using old plasma panel. Other series (V, G, S, Z) are all on the latest neoPDP panel. so X is considered bottom of the range for pana. I have the X20 42" bought last week and it is just brilliant! 720p on SD and 1080p when am using my PS3 on HDMI, yes 1080p! dont as me why but ask mr google and find out urself why. ta!oh and btw not voting either way since the price is a bargain but for an obsolete model weeellll dont think so...
The C2 is a 2010 models, all the sets with a 2 in them are 2010 ones. It goes C, X, G, V then VT plasma wise.

Plus U and S ... so (HD Ready) C, X. (Full HD) U, S, G, V and VT.(_;)
#22
crofter
kharma45
natespeed
The C range is no longer in panasonic line up so this TV is obsolete model. the X series replaced this and the only range using old plasma panel. Other series (V, G, S, Z) are all on the latest neoPDP panel. so X is considered bottom of the range for pana. I have the X20 42" bought last week and it is just brilliant! 720p on SD and 1080p when am using my PS3 on HDMI, yes 1080p! dont as me why but ask mr google and find out urself why. ta!oh and btw not voting either way since the price is a bargain but for an obsolete model weeellll dont think so...
The C2 is a 2010 models, all the sets with a 2 in them are 2010 ones. It goes C, X, G, V then VT plasma wise.


Plus U and S ... so (HD Ready) C, X. (Full HD) U, S, G, V and VT.(_;)
Feck I knew I missed out one, the S series :P and the U series didn't even pop into my head at all lol. Damn Panasonic for having so many bloody variations!

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