PANASONIC Viera TX-P50U10B 50" Full HD Plasma TV - £616.55 Delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Step up to plasma quality with the Panasonic Viera TX-P50U10B 50" Full HD Plasma TV. Despite its enormous 50-inch screen and superlative image quality, this HDTV is offered at a very attractive price.

If you've never witnessed the outstanding beauty of a high-quality plasma panel, the Panasonic Viera TX-P50U10B is a great opportunity to change that! The expansive Full HD 1080p resolution is backed up by an impressive 30,000:1 native contrast ratio, which rises to 2,000,000:1 in dynamic mode to ensure deep blacks and rich colours.

Plasma panels are inherently viewing-angle free, so everyone in the room can enjoy the fantastic picture at its best. And if you enjoy watching sports or action movies, you'll surely appreciate the 400 Hz Intelligent Frame Creation of the Viera TXP50U10B television, which creates astonishingly smooth motion.

Of course the Panasonic Viera TX-P50U10B 50" Full HD Plasma TV also supports modern conveniences such as JPEG photo or ACVHD video playback from SD memory cards, a built-in digital Freeview tuner, and 24p playback for brilliant movie watching. Two HDMI connectors round out the package, allowing you to connect a Blu-ray player or game console - or both!

Don't forget 3.2% Quidco (approx £20)
- cutthroat_jake

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#1
Not sure the expirary of the offer / voucher code
#2
Sure money saving expert had a £50 off voucher for this tv ;-).
#4
I bought this from Currys using the "spring5" voucher code, and free delivery, cost me £616 and was delivered in 3 days. It is simply an amazing TV. I bought this mainly for my Xbox, and because it has Optical out on the back of the tv, I have everything hooked up (sky+, xbox, dvd recorder) with just 3 cables (2xHDMI and 1xOptical).

The fact it is lighter than my old Toshiba 42" plasma meant it fitted happily on the same wall bracket too. very happy indeed. (COD MW2 is amazing on it!)
#5
Spakkle
I bought this from Currys using the "spring5" voucher code, and free delivery, cost me £616 and was delivered in 3 days. It is simply an amazing TV. I bought this mainly for my Xbox, and because it has Optical out on the back of the tv, I have everything hooked up (sky+, xbox, dvd recorder) with just 3 cables (2xHDMI and 1xOptical).

The fact it is lighter than my old Toshiba 42" plasma meant it fitted happily on the same wall bracket too. very happy indeed. (COD MW2 is amazing on it!)


mine is here tomorrow, used same code and got same prices, also got £20 quidco. waiting to play fifa 10 on it.
#6
I'm on the hunt for a 50 inch plasma. I'm still thinking the £699 panasonic S10 is a better option than this. Dixons warranty will be a lot more than the 5 year offered by richer sounds for £69.99.
This is a hot deal and I have voted it hot. I just think that the S10 for the extra £80 is a better buy.
#7
Ricky;8399571
I'm on the hunt for a 50 inch plasma. I'm still thinking the £699 panasonic S10 is a better option than this. Dixons warranty will be a lot more than the 5 year offered by richer sounds for £69.99.
This is a hot deal and I have voted it hot. I just think that the S10 for the extra £80 is a better buy.


What is the difference between the S10 and the U10?
#8
Good deal but lack of a PC VGA input would put me off.
#9
Gaz
Good deal but lack of a PC VGA input would put me off.


same here or i might have been tempted.
where is penny bedford to **** this off and say its old tech....lol:whistling:
#10
by the way - if you want to use optical out..

most tvs (in fact, all except one or two Sonys, if memory serves) will *NOT* take dolby digital from an HDMI lead and pass it through to the optical output. What it will do is decode the dolby digital, and output in PCM 2 channel audio. Which rather defeats the point of a 5.1 home cinema system

Worth checking its working right :D
#11
Gaz
Good deal but lack of a PC VGA input would put me off.


Why not just use DVI to HDMI? Standard VGA Quality is crap.
1 Like #12
The main differences between the u version and the s version are that the s has more inputs (i.e. 3 hdmi vs 2 hdmi, d-sub monitor input not present on the u version) and that the s comes with an anti-glare coating. Other than that, they're pretty much identical. The most important things are that the two sets use the same vreal pro 3 processing engine, and have the same resolution, and use the same plasma display panel.

It's worth pointing out that some people have complained that the anti-glare coating scratches very easily, so obsessive cleaners and cat-owners in particular would be advised to get the u version instead. As a cat keeper, I can vouch that our kitties just love sitting on top of the plasma tv because of the warm air. I'm hoping that wall-mounting the set might stop that, though!
#13
posted an identical deal to this a few weeks ago but the unit was from curry's (same group as dixons).
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/648564/panasonic-viera-tx-p50u10b-50-full-?page=2

the set was damaged when it was delivered but they replaced it in more or less 24hours. Simply amazing telly for the price!
#14
CooperFBI;8400029
Why not just use DVI to HDMI? Standard VGA Quality is crap.

Because I'd use it mostly for hooking up my laptop to play old emulated games on my telly, rather than having loads of old retro consoles clogging the place up. Also, not everyone has a DVI output on their computer or laptop.
#15
dvi vs vga is actually a huge amount closer than most people would imagine (it depends on the implementation) - the most high end graphics systems in the world were still using VGA until TFTs became popular (which for photo-based work was only in the last 5 years or so). Resolutions at that time were certainly in the same ballpark as 1080p, and accuracy was a lot more important

better not to use a really long VGA cable, and if you're seeing ghosting try and upgrade that.
#16
Do not buy this TV.... I bought it recently and what a mistake it was. I was replacing a 2 yr old 42" Samsung Plasma and believed I was upgrading. ITS TOO REFLECTIVE!!!!!!!!!!!! unwatchable. AVOID...... Dixons were good enough to take the TV back...... The model doesn't have a reflective coating and all I could see in the TV was myself or a picture on the wall behind me. Period.........

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