Panasonic Viera TX32LMD70 32inch LCD TV (Freeview, 2x HDMI, V-Real 2 Processor) - £419 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX32LMD70 32" LCD Television

32 inch, 80cm HD LCD TV with Ultra Wide Viewing Angle and V-Real Technology for High Picture Quality

Ultra Wide 178 Degree Viewing Angle (Horizontally). Resolution 1366 x 768
V-Real 2 Processor: Digital Processing chip - set 1080p
Digital Re-mastering Processor 1080p
Advanced 3D Colour management
Bottom Speaker System (10w + 10w)
Integrated Freeview
Viera Link for easy operation
PC Input
HDMI x 2
Scart x 2
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#1
2.5% Quidco for 1st time customers
#3
website has advertisements, i posted an offer up before and it was removed due to them, just saying like, i couldn't care less lol good deal tho
#4
very tempting...low end pannylcd but all pannys are excellent....which best buy @ bargian £650 too, so @ £419 a steal - only slight downside is its not true 1080p, tho depends if you need it at the mo, also not very good like most lcd's for football (apparently the lxd70 is better for footy)
but im pretty sure this will be perfect for our bedroom
#5
1080p on a 32" screen is an irrelevence no matter how close you site to the screen. I must try and find the viewing distance chart to proof the fact tho.
#6
royals
very tempting...low end pannylcd but all pannys are excellent....which best buy @ bargian £650 too, so @ £419 a steal - only slight downside is its not true 1080p, tho depends if you need it at the mo, also not very good like most lcd's for football (apparently the lxd70 is better for footy)
but im pretty sure this will be perfect for our bedroom


No problems at all for footie - this is an excellent TV which I gotform Currys 4 months ago for £519 and would reccomend it to any one. 1080p makes no difference on a TV this size. HD-DVD and 360 games are very good as well as the Wii on componant
:santa:
#7
eek;1387873
1080p on a 32" screen is an irrelevence no matter how close you site to the screen. I must try and find the viewing distance chart to proof the fact tho.

I think I agree with you, but I think you could have worded it better! :p
#8
What about for PC use? Would this TV be good for that?
#9
It's not a True HD screen, it will scale any 1080 images, for real 1080p you need a screen resolution of 1920 X 1080.:thumbsup:
#10
even though tv image processing chip is set at 1080p all It does is downscale 1080p to 720p i have tx32lxd70 and think the 100hz in the lxd makes a big difference. It was said in a previous post 1080p Is pointless till you buy a screen around 50 Inches. Check reviews of the tv in google the 32lxd70 won the which HDTV award.
#11
I've seen that this is down as a "Best Buy" on the which website. I would be very tempted, but for me size matters. Plus the 32" Sony on offer from Curry's seems a much better value TV. Still vote hot though, as Panasonics aren't normally this cheap.
#12
Are Panasonics really that good??? My neighbour got a 42 inch Plasma just before xmas and it packed up within an hour!! Apparently a common fault on the circuit board too.

And from my experience, I spent a £1000 on a 29 inch Pro Logic CRT set back in 95/96 and it needed repairs 3 times then the red colour gun went in 2003 - hardly impressive for a very expensive television ( a £1000 was a lot of money for a TV in 95/96).
#13
For the comparison of this to the sony, this is a much better TV. Yes, the new sonys are slightly better but the older ones and the cheaper ones are made in the Beko factory in Turkey and just have a Sony badge stuck on. The panel quality is poor in comparison to the Samsung and Panny panels.
#14
BadMutha5
I've seen that this is down as a "Best Buy" on the which website. I would be very tempted, but for me size matters. Plus the 32" Sony on offer from Curry's seems a much better value TV. Still vote hot though, as Panasonics aren't normally this cheap.

What Sony tv are you talking about BadMutha5?
#15
Donnieyen
even though tv image processing chip is set at 1080p all It does is downscale 1080p to 720p i have tx32lxd70 and think the 100hz in the lxd makes a big difference. It was said in a previous post 1080p Is pointless till you buy a screen around 50 Inches. Check reviews of the tv in google the 32lxd70 won the which HDTV award.


But with the tx32lxd70 selling for £599 and this for £419, is it £180 better?
Would love the tx32lxd70, but difficult to justify the extra cost ... mind you I've not seen them side by side.
#16
were u getting £419 from? its showing as £499 to me:-(
#17
a1
were u getting £419 from? its showing as £499 to me:-(

Price has just gone up.

Ba****ds.
#18
BigAde
But with the tx32lxd70 selling for £599 and this for £419, is it £180 better?
Would love the tx32lxd70, but difficult to justify the extra cost ... mind you I've not seen them side by side.


No way does it justify that sort of cost - remember reviews are only personal opinions(just like mine!)
#19
Can't get on their site, says "Service Unavailable" but if they've put the price up I won't be ordering anyway.
#20
davilown;1387952
No problems at all for footie - this is an excellent TV which I gotform Currys 4 months ago for £519 and would reccomend it to any one. 1080p makes no difference on a TV this size. HD-DVD and 360 games are very good as well as the Wii on componant
:santa:

it will make a difference if your source begs for the higher resolution eg. ps3, blueray/hd-dvd, maybe xbox360...is it massive for a screen this size - for some it will be minimal but for me PQ is eveything as far as tv's are concerned - i dont care about the sound quality as i will output sound thro dv seperates from the source
#21
I was going to order the lmd70 until we read a review somewhere saying that someone had seen the lmd and the lxd side by side showing rugby and the lxd picture won hands down. As hubby watches footie all the time, he wants the lxd now. But is it really worth paying an extra £100+ just for that. To the person above who said that it is fine for footie, are you an occasional watcher, or an obsessive like my oh. Hoping I can persuade him to go for the lmd70 instead.
#22
Donnieyen
even though tv image processing chip is set at 1080p all It does is downscale 1080p to 720p i have tx32lxd70 and think the 100hz in the lxd makes a big difference. It was said in a previous post 1080p Is pointless till you buy a screen around 50 Inches. Check reviews of the tv in google the 32lxd70 won the which HDTV award.


Firstly, there are no 1080p 32" panels in the world.

Secondly, your point about the screen size is incorrect, the most relevant issue is viewing distance, as the closer you are, the more likely you are to notice the difference in a 1080p display from a 720p display.

All that said, there's no real need for 1080p in the vast amount of viewing material most people watch - unless you watch bluray/hddvd all day.

This is a great set for the price.
#23
Site is now working and it's showing up as £499 now :x
#24
Now £499.

Sorry gadgetfreak, did not see your post....
#25
Too Late...looked a good buy.
#26
Dis anyone manage to get there hands on one of these
i was told about this but got here too late, they have now gone back up to £499
been after one of these for a while
#27
moob
Firstly, there are no 1080p 32" panels in the world.

Secondly, your point about the screen size is incorrect, the most relevant issue is viewing distance, as the closer you are, the more likely you are to notice the difference in a 1080p display from a 720p display.

All that said, there's no real need for 1080p in the vast amount of viewing material most people watch - unless you watch bluray/hddvd all day.

This is a great set for the price.


Thanks!
#28
i decided to rather pay extra and get one of the few t1080p 32inchers on the market, but the philips 9632 is like nearly £300 more, so i reckon this is a steal even thought it aint true 1080p
#29
I got one of these from Costo in early November for a bargain price of £388. I am very happy with it.
#30
welsh andy
i decided to rather pay extra and get one of the few t1080p 32inchers on the market, but the philips 9632 is like nearly £300 more, so i reckon this is a steal even thought it aint true 1080p


The Philips 32PFL9632 cannot display 1080p, it's Panel resolution is : 1366 x 768
#31
moob
Firstly, there are no 1080p 32" panels in the world.


not true

http://www.pcworld.com/product/specs/prtprdid,34766445/specs.html

whether you need it or not is a different matter
#32
megaceller
website has advertisements, i posted an offer up before and it was removed due to them, just saying like, i couldn't care less lol good deal tho

I tried to get John Lewis, Oxford St, to price match with AJ Electronics (who are in Edgware Rd) on a Samsung LCD but they wouldn't on the basis that "they claim to have stock but rarely do"....
#33
royals
it will make a difference if your source begs for the higher resolution eg. ps3, blueray/hd-dvd, maybe xbox360...is it massive for a screen this size - for some it will be minimal but for me PQ is eveything as far as tv's are concerned - i dont care about the sound quality as i will output sound thro dv seperates from the source


Well, if you really cared about picture quality you would know that resolution comes far down the list of importance for good picture quality. This is even more the case for a 32" screen where 1080 lines is pretty irrelevant. The only reason it is used so much in marketing is that it is a very easy number to put on spec. Sure, everything else being equal 1920x1080 is good to have but you really should worry about all the rest of the factors that make for a good quality picture rather than reject an very good screen because it has 720 lines and instead buy a **** one that has crammed 1080 lines in a 32" screen.
#34
We have a Panasonic 32" and it is a wonderful thing. Even for £499, this is a bargain.

And for people who think Panasonics are unreliable, we had a 28 CRT that we picked up very cheap as a warranty return because the case was damaged. It lasted for about 7 years before it needed replacing - despite the case damage being quite significant. Can't recommend them enough!

Good find - heat added !
#35
moob
The Philips 32PFL9632 cannot display 1080p, it's Panel resolution is : 1366 x 768




http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=648635
:p

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v491/aberboy0/old/DSC00030.jpg
#36
how do i get this for £419 web site says £499 was this a glitch earlier on the aj electronics site ?
#37
Andy, the panel resolution clearly tells a different story - it may process a 1080p image - like my Panasonic 42PX70 does @ 24fps. but it is a picture enhancement, not a native resolution - so it's not true 1080p.

You need a vertical resolution of 1080 pixels to display true 1080p, your vertical res is only 768, so it's physically impossible.
#38
This set is £499 in richersounds who do price match but better deal is £549 with 5 year warranty.
#39
Sharp, a worldwide leader in flat-panel Liquid Crystal Display Televisions (LCD TV), is introducing a second generation widescreen 32-inch (LC-32GP3U) Full HD 1080p AQUOS® LCD TV,
#40
moob
Andy, the panel resolution clearly tells a different story - it may process a 1080p image - like my Panasonic 42PX70 does @ 24fps. but it is a picture enhancement, not a native resolution - so it's not true 1080p.

You need a vertical resolution of 1080 pixels to display true 1080p, your vertical res is only 768, so it's physically impossible.


thats wot i meant soz, can display 1080p says it in specs too

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