Panasonic VIERA TX-P46G10B 46" Full HD Plasma TV £749 @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Revolutionise your television-viewing experience with this amazing Panasonic VIERA TX-P46G10B 46" Full HD Plasma TV! 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio
600hz refresh rate
Freesat HD tuner
3x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1x PC
V Real Pro 4 Image technology

Normally £999.99

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#1
Nice price, bumped up that temperature!
#2
Wow a great TV for a great price. Voted hot
#3
Voted hot, perfect for those that can't decide between 42" & 50" , though if your watching mainly HD material I would always say get the biggest you can afford.
#4
excellent price, i bought the slightly older 42pz81 for 1100 just over a year ago.. daym..

one of the best plasma's on the market imho.
#5
Any Panny Plasma gets my vote. Hot!
#6
are these ok for ps3 etc
#7
Wow! I paid £800 for a 42", 720p "only" Panasonic plasma just over a year back and haven't looked back since - I love it to bits!

This is just a blindingly good price!
1 Like #8
problem with this is the price of the warranty.. You certainly couldn't splash out on this without having the warranty cover.. Dixons like all the other electrical shops charge a small fortune, expect to be paying in the region of 300+ for a 5 year cover. I bought the panny p42 pz80 this time last year, BUT I got mine from John Lewis who offer the free 5 year warranty. Perhaps you can get them to pricematch Dixons? Prices for TV's on this site should also include the warranty price, afterall, is this tv such a great price for over £1000?

edit: it does say manufactures warranty included, is this only a year though?
#9
I know this can get Freesat HD, but I assume it won't get Freeview HD (without an extra box) when it is available next year?
#10
stewart30;6868557
are these ok for ps3 etc


Absolutely. The response times are typically better than LCDs (i.e. non-existent) so they're perfect for fast-paced gaming.

I'd just be careful during the run-in period not to have a static image on the screen or games with static elements (like speed dials or football scores) just to be super safe but it's not really an issue these days. I ran mine in with some BR movies :-D
#11
madwelsh;6868611
problem with this is the price of the warranty.. You certainly couldn't splash out on this without having the warranty cover.. Dixons like all the other electrical shops charge a small fortune, expect to be paying in the region of 300+ for a 5 year cover. I bought the panny p42 pz80 this time last year, BUT I got mine from John Lewis who offer the free 5 year warranty. Perhaps you can get them to pricematch Dixons? Prices for TV's on this site should also include the warranty price, afterall, is this tv such a great price for over £1000?

edit: it does say manufactures warranty included, is this only a year though?


That's a very good point. And yes, one year from these stores.

I bought mine from the Panny shop so 5-year warranty came with it. It was too much money for me personally to consider taking the (albeit likely small) risk.

I'd also rather buy from JL, the panny shop or Empire Direct if they still do cheap warranties.
#12
I have the 42" version which I thought was massive but now wish I would've gone for the bigger one - size is everything :)
banned#13
fingerman
I have the 42" version which I thought was massive but now wish I would've gone for the bigger one - size is everything :)


Believe me, a few inches makes a huge difference... :whistling:
#14
fingerman;6868683
I have the 42" version which I thought was massive but now wish I would've gone for the bigger one - size is everything :)


Size matters...i totally agree :whistling:
#15
Good price for the 46" model, maybe worth price matching with John Lewis to get their 5y Guarantee?
#16
JL are selling the exact same model for £1299 so if you can get them to price match it's a great deal.
#17
Excellent Deal Voted V Hot
#18
I have this TV - it's fabulous. I got it from M&S with a home cinema system + 5 year guarantee.
At first - we thought it was too big; but once we set it up; we quickly grew to like it.

My only gripe is that VGA and Component inputs do not support 1080p or 1080i
They max out at 720p
Only the HDMI inputs work with 1080p and 1080i

Perhaps this is true of all Plasma panels though?
All my friends have 1080 LCD TV 's
#19
Looks awesome, I bought a 720p 37" Panasonic Plasma for £500 almost a year ago and it's been ace. Only thing is I wish I'd bought something a bit bigger (although my girlfriend reckons 37" is big enough for her).

An extra £250 for bigger screen, Full HD, Freesat higher refresh rate is well worth it.
#20
big telly's are so ugly
#21
anything that has panasonic and plasma in the same topic is worth buying :) they make some cracking sets
#22
Jonmurgie;6868754
Good price for the 46" model, maybe worth price matching with John Lewis to get their 5y Guarantee?

i dont think you can as Dixons is an online only part of DSG. Currys on the other hand is the high street retail branch.
banned 1 Like #23
scrumpypaul
big telly's are so ugly


God, and those new fangled micromowave thingys, how about them! I remember when I cooked my dinner by setting fire to grandma. She was so full of fat that she'd burn like a giant candle. Would stay alight for weeks.

Whatever next eh, maybe they'll invent the wheel.
#24
symonds1
I know this can get Freesat HD, but I assume it won't get Freeview HD (without an extra box) when it is available next year?


Next year? Depends where you live surely?
#25
Just called my local JL - they wouldnt price match unless it was instore.

Any ideas if dixons do have any stores - esp around the cambridge area?
#26
madwelsh
problem with this is the price of the warranty.. You certainly couldn't splash out on this without having the warranty cover.. Dixons like all the other electrical shops charge a small fortune, expect to be paying in the region of 300+ for a 5 year cover. I bought the panny p42 pz80 this time last year, BUT I got mine from John Lewis who offer the free 5 year warranty. Perhaps you can get them to pricematch Dixons? Prices for TV's on this site should also include the warranty price, afterall, is this tv such a great price for over £1000?

edit: it does say manufactures warranty included, is this only a year though?


Anything you buy is covered by the sale of goods act. It states that items should last for a reasonable period of time. If the TV breaks down in the first 6 years you are covered by the act.
http://www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/consumers/fact-sheets/page38311.html
#27
Anarchist
God, and those new fangled micromowave thingys, how about them! I remember when I cooked my dinner by setting fire to grandma. She was so full of fat that she'd burn like a giant candle. Would stay alight for weeks.

Whatever next eh, maybe they'll invent the wheel.


i have repped you - humour is not an alien concept to me - but i stick by my comments, big tv's are so chavvy (IMO)
#28
Bought the 42" version a month ago and its awesome - so, at this price, the 46" is very very hot.
Don't forget that any warranty "does not affect your statutory rights" - in other words, warranty or not, you have certain rights under civil law, often better than what you'll get with a warranty (especially with some of the conditions in the small print!). Any TV that's been looked after and breaks down after just 3 or 4 years clearly wasn't "fit for purpose" etc. when sold - and you should be able to get the same (if not better) repair/refund as you would under an (expensive) warranty.
If you buy with a credit card then the Consumer Credit Act applies and the Credit Card company is equally liable - and they are often better at sorting things out.
I know its not that easy (neither is claiming under warranty sometimes), but worth pointing out.
#29
I believe Dixons is now only an online store now.

To get a JL price match it has to be a shop that you can walk into so to speak...they don't price match online only stores.


Cheers.
#30
heh heh heh heh.
#31
Great price. Last time this was £800 at Littlewoods, this is the best price yet I've seen.

Amazing TV.
#32
symonds1
I know this can get Freesat HD, but I assume it won't get Freeview HD (without an extra box) when it is available next year?


Yes. Freeview and Freesat are two completely different services. :thumbsup:
#33
remember to try quidco
#34
[COLOR="Navy"]this is heating up big time - deservedly as well[/COLOR]
#35
This is nothing short of a bargain! I paid £999 for the previous model in the summer and I am really pleased with it.

Freesat is amazing if like me you don't want the full sky packages with BBC HD and ITV HD included. If the TV will fit in your house then buy it! Voted HOT HOT HOT!
#36
Yes don't forget Quidco.
This looks a fine TV and for an excellent price.
You can't wrong with this.
#37
scrumpypaul
big telly's are so ugly


Random comment! Depends how big the room is you are putting it in....
banned#38
scrumpypaul
i have repped you - humour is not an alien concept to me - but i stick by my comments, big tv's are so chavvy (IMO)


:thumbsup:
#39
anyone got a dixons or currys discount code?

sometimes they do 5% off etc
#40
just wondering if anyone knows a decent wall mount for this at a good price! bought it at £749 but forgot about quidco:x lol

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