Panasonic Viera TXP42X10 42" Plasma TV HD Ready - ONLY £369.95 @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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With a new, sleeker design and improved speciifications, Panasonics X10 series plasmas just get better.

This is thanks to the advanced technology that Panasonic have put into there new plasma range including a 100Hz refresh rate so the picture is kept fresh and clear while the usual Viera Link means you can unprecedented power over compatible Panasonic products. Now, you can use just a single remote control to manage your entire AV system. 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 home cinema components.

Also equipped with V-AUDIO and V-AUDIO Surround sound, Panasonic‘s unique sound technology, VIERA televisions deliver crystal-clear sound with superior bass performance. V-AUDIO surround features Panasonic‘s unique digital amplifier, carbon speaker and slim side speaker design as well as featuring SRS tru surround XT or BBE ViVA HD3D Sound.

Specification
* 42" HD Ready Plasma TV
* 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
* 20,000:1 Native Contrast Ratio
* 1,024 x 768 Resolution
* 0.001 Response Time
* 100,000 Hours Panel Life
* Tough Panel as Standard
* V Real 4
* VIERA Link
* 100Hz Double Speed
* Progressive Scan
* TV Tuner - 1x analogue, 1x digital
* Integrated Freeview
* Teletext - 1000 pages
* Electronic Programme Guide
* Memory Card Reader
* V-Audio (w bass boost)
* Remote Control
* Lead Free Display
* 2 x SCART
* 3 x HDMI
* 1 x S-Video
* 1 x Component
* 1 x Composite
* 1 x RF
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#1
Stock available in these locations:

Cambridge 0333 900 0053
Chester 0333 900 0063
Exeter 0333 900 0061
Guildford 0333 900 0050
Hanley 0333 900 0060
Hull 0333 900 0059
Leeds 0333 900 0025
Liverpool 0333 900 0030
London Croydon 0333 900 0033
London Holborn 0333 900 0028
London Kingston 0333 900 0040
London Southgate 0333 900 0085
Maidstone 0333 900 0062
Manchester Stockport 0333 900 0022
Middlesbrough 0333 900 0096
Newcastle 0333 900 0032
Norwich 0333 900 0046
Plymouth 0333 900 0047
Preston 0333 900 0080
Reigate 0333 900 0081
Sheffield 0333 900 0034
Southampton 0333 900 0036
Tunbridge Wells 0333 900 0082
Weybridge 0333 900 0083
York 0333 900 0084
#2
Wow. What a price.

Unfortunately, this will attract the 1080p police.

CJ
#3
I think the knowledge about the blackness levels disappearing is spreading.

Seems to be a lot of Panny reductions around.

Richer sounds alweays try to talk customers OUT of buying Panny's apparantly.

These also suffer the blue face problem asociated with panny's.
#4
I was asking about these in Richer earlier in the week when they were priced at £399. Apparently they are customer returns / refurbs. Not saying it's a bad deal, just saying.
#5
Great deal.
#6
rizla01
I think the knowledge about the blackness levels disappearing is spreading.Seems to be a lot of Panny reductions around.Richer sounds alweays try to talk customers OUT of buying Panny's apparantly.These also suffer the blue face problem asociated with panny's.


I've got a Panasonic but not this specific model and i've had no problems with it and the picture quality is much better than my Samsung.
#7
I have this exact model, had it for over a year, it's a fantastic TV and I would highly recommend it.
banned#8
Looks a good deal
#9
Wow thats cheap.
#10
Hot Hot.
Plasma Rocks!!!!
banned#11
mrew42
Hot Hot.Plasma Rocks!!!!

Lava rocks!!!
#12
Looking good, voted hot :)
#13
Amazing price.
I've a larger version of this, and it's a fantastic TV.
.
Heat added - or rather I clicked it on the overview page and it said it went up by 8 degrees (from 168 to 176) but then I came into the tread and it's still showing as 168, so I've no idea whether I've heated it or not!
#14
Good buy, If only my wife would let me upgrade from my PW6B which is still going strong after 8 years :-(
Looks like a good set even if it is only 720p-ish, with contrast levels a Sony can only dream of :-)
#15
Saw this a few days ago and was stunned by how cheap this TV was, pity there's none in Northern Ireland at all.
#16
nice spot
#17
kharma45
Saw this a few days ago and was stunned by how cheap this TV was, pity there's none in Northern Ireland at all.

Agreed
#18
Just to stop the 1080p war before it starts:

1080p > 720p. That's a fact.

But Sky HD, Freeview HD, etc aren't broadcast in 1080p, are they?

So true, if you want to use it for blu-rays or gaming, sure, maybe 1080p would be better.

But for the money, this is a great deal.
1 Like #19
SamuraisShadow
Just to stop the 1080p war before it starts:1080p > 720p. That's a fact.But Sky HD, Freeview HD, etc aren't broadcast in 1080p, are they?So true, if you want to use it for blu-rays or gaming, sure, maybe 1080p would be better. But for the money, this is a great deal.


Even for gaming 1080p isn't a massive deal as most game aren't 1080 native on consoles, usually 720 or below.
#20
For your money this is a fantastic deal but this isn't a top of the range TV and you need to know that. You need to spend at least £600 to get a decent Panasonic Plasma but as I say that doesn't stop this being a great deal.
#21
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)

Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p
#22
Crossy
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p


Looks more like £600 to me

http://www.richersounds.com/product/plasma-tv/lg/50pk350/lg-50pk350
#23
goood deall but they have no stock form where i live!!
#24
I got the x20 for around £380 a while ago from Dixons and its brill.
#25
very nice deal for a quality panny !!!!!!!!!!!!
#26
Crossy
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p

No LG has a higher contrast ratio than this TV, their blacks aren't good enough, at best this years models match the contrast ratio
#27
SuPerNoVi
For your money this is a fantastic deal but this isn't a top of the range TV and you need to know that. You need to spend at least £600 to get a decent Panasonic Plasma but as I say that doesn't stop this being a great deal.

I know someone who had a G10 and thsi model the X10 and on every source including Bluray said the X10 was just as good
#28
Great deal there, unfortunately I'm after something with Freesat around the same price, so I can get rid of this old Sky box I use.
#29
400lbBench
[quote=Crossy]No LG has a higher contrast ratio than this TV, their blacks aren't good enough, at best this years models match the contrast ratio

The pk350 mentioned has an ansi contrast ratio of about 2000:1. Don't know what this has, but the G10 (a much better Panasonic) is 1700:1 or so.

That's out of the box - all 2009 model panasonics like this have rising blacks, and end up 3x worse after 2000 hours or so.
#30
Ticks all the boxes for me cept the most important, needs an external source to display in HD. Still, heat added.
#31
arfster
400lbBench
[quote=Crossy]No LG has a higher contrast ratio than this TV, their blacks aren't good enough, at best this years models match the contrast ratio
The pk350 mentioned has an ansi contrast ratio of about 2000:1. Don't know what this has, but the G10 (a much better Panasonic) is 1700:1 or so.That's out of the box - all 2009 model panasonics like this have rising blacks, and end up 3x worse after 2000 hours or so.


All 2009 models? I'm 98% sure it's just limited to the NeoPDP models.
#32
SamuraisShadow
Just to stop the 1080p war before it starts:1080p > 720p. That's a fact.But Sky HD, Freeview HD, etc aren't broadcast in 1080p, are they?So true, if you want to use it for blu-rays or gaming, sure, maybe 1080p would be better. But for the money, this is a great deal.

Sky broadcasts are 1080i, so in terms of picture resolution it would be better to have a 1080p panel (no scaling and for material like movies shot at 24fps, provided your TV can de-interlace correctly its not different to a 1080p broadcast). Infact I can't think of a HD broadcaster which transmits at 720p, only online rentals/streams use 720p and games.

Obviously resolution isn't the only issue when choosing a set.
#33
Crossy
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)

Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p


LG makes pants plasmas.
#34
SuPerNoVi
Crossy
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)

Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p


LG makes pants plasmas.


I'd have to disagree, the PK590 is an excellent set.
#35
"LG Makes pants plasmas"

No M&S make pants, LG make good plasmas...
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030219,49305400,00.htm
#36
Anyone spotted this gem on the Richer Sounds website about how a quality HDMI lead will improve TV response times:

Richer Sounds HDMI
#37
Even if the website shows 'no stock' for your local store it's worth calling them...the Birmingham store had 2 of these not cited on the website.
#38
Freeview HD, etc aren't broadcast in 1080p,

The BBC have said they may broadcast films and dramas on Freeview HD in 1080p 25
#39
second hand
#40
kharma45
SuPerNoVi
Crossy
You can get a full 1080p 50" LG with a higher contrast ratio for £500... (Richer Sounds)

Still this is a good deal but the LG is also a good deal if you are after 1080p


LG makes pants plasmas.


I'd have to disagree, the PK590 is an excellent set.


Give this a look http://www.avforums.com/reviews/index.php narrow it down by manufacture and compare the Panasonic Plasmas with the LG.

In comparison they don't score nowhere near as well overall. Thing with TVs is their subjective unless you've had a bunch of plasmas you're not going to know what you're missing.

I have heard the PK590 is good myself actually but not as good as Pannys .

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