Pansonic Viera TX-P42V20B - 42" Full HD Plasma TV - £735.92 @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Price includes free delivery, but don't forget Quidco 4%!! makes approx £705!!!!!

An excellent TV, top of the range non 3D panel and superior to the much vaunted G20 range (better panel, 3 speakers, incl WIFI dongle). Was £1200 when released last July, an absolute steal at this price!

Panasonic's Viera TX-P42V20B 42" Full HD Plasma TV uses NeoPDP technology to deliver crisp, stunningly detailed full-motion HD imagery with 1080p resolution, while its 600Hz Sub-field Drive innovations provide life-like, seamless action and the TX-P42V20B's 5 million:1 contrast ensures deep, rich blacks even in brightly lit rooms.

THX-certified, the Panasonic Viera TX-P42V20B reproduces films the way the creators meant them to be seen. But astounding movie-watching experiences are just the starting point with this sleek, full-featured plasma television. With integrated Freeview HD and Freesat HD, the TXP42V20B gives you access to a huge library of digital channels, from the latest soaps to the hottest sports events.

And you'll be connected to the wild wonderful world of the web, with the Viera TX-P42V20B's internet-ready Viera Cast, which lets you web-surf with an easy to use interface that gives you access to online features including Skype and Twitter! Four HDMI slots and a host of other connections - including an SD card slot that allows immediate display of digital photos and home-made videos - will make the Panasonic TXP42V20B the hub of a sophisticated multimedia entertainment network.

Combining the best of cutting-edge Plasma TV technology and multimedia interactivity, the Panasonic Viera TX-P42V20B 42" Full HD Plasma TV takes you to the next level of home entertainment!

Screen
Format 16:9
Screen size 42" (107 cm)
Contrast 5,000,000:1
Response time (in ms) The response time of a plasma screen is practically zero. It is only limited by the speed of the video processor.
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) Viewing angle free
Audio
Audio Power 3 x 10 watt
Mono/Stereo Sound 2.1 ch
Speakers 3 speakers
Connectivity
Connectivity 1 x CI (Common Interface)
VIERA Image Viewer: (AVCHD/SD-VIDEO/DivXHD/JPEG/MP3/AAC playback)
2 x USB: Flash Memory/Keyboard/WiFi/USB HDD Recording/HUB
4 x HDMI
1 x Composite Video Input: AV3: RCA phono type (side)
1 set Audio Input (for Video): AV3: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (side)
3 x Component Video Input: RCA phono type [Y , PB, PR] (rear)
1 x PC Input: Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
1 set: Audio Input (HDMI1, PC, Component): RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (rear)
21-Pin Input/Output: AV1: AV In/Out, RGB In, Q-Link (rear) / AV2: AV In/Out, S-Video In, RGB In, Q-Link (rear)
1 x LAN port
1 set Analogue Audio Out: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (rear)
1 x Digital Audio Output (Optical)
1 x Headphone Jack
Service port
SCART connectors AV1: AV In/Out, RGB In, Q-Link (rear) / AV2: AV In/Out, S-Video In, RGB In, Q-Link (rear)
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4 (3 rear, 1 side)/ Audio Return Channel (Input 2)
PC Input Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
Audio output Analogue Audio Out RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
Digital Audio Output (Optical): 1, rear
Headphone Jack: 1, side
Tuner
Standard Digital Freeview HD tuner
Double Tuner No
Functions
Teletext Yes
Other functions Wireless LAN adaptor
EPG
Viera Cast
Viera Tools
DLNA
Viera Link
Multi window - PIP/PAT/PAP
C.A.T.S. (Contrast Automatic Tracking System)
Game Mode
Q-Link
Off Timer
Child Lock
General
Power consumption Rated power consumption: 350 W
On mode Average Power Consumption: 180 W
Remote control Yes
Accesories included Remote control, stand
Dimensions (mm) With Stand:
Height: 656 mm
Width: 1035 mm
Depth: 308 mm
Without Stand:
Height: 656 mm
Width: 1035 mm
Depth: 85 mm
Weight (kg) With Stand: 24 kg
Without Stand: 21 kg
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#1
can fork out £40 more and get the new p42g30
1 Like #2
klabnix
can fork out £40 more and get the new p42g30

I think the V20 would be better with superior blacks
#3
Amazing TV
#4
I have the V10 and it's amazing, I can only assume this is even better, and a fantastic price!
2 Likes #5
£700+ for a 42 inch....not that attractive sorry.....
#6
Now £729.99
#7
RVK
£700+ for a 42 inch....not that attractive sorry.....


£700+ for this 42" ? that's what you've got to look at. Don't compare it to a simpler panel. Having said that, it's a good price but not a great deal as can be found for similar prices elsewhere ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003O24886?ie=UTF8&qid=1286468465&sr=1-3&condition=new ) acording to a tracker was £660 yesterday.
banned#8
Isn't there a 50 inch viera for about £600 from currys right now???

Seems expensive for a 42 inch
#9
Great deal !

Better than bog standard Tv's which people tend to buy as they think the're cheaper so better.
#10
looks like its now £729.99 ill amend
#11
Exactly, this panel is the Barcelona of Plasmas!
#12
[Sarcasm]
I saw a beko 50" tv for £400, that's a much better price than this one, so it makes this a rubbish deal
[/Sarcasm]

Some people just look at the price of a tv and think that it's best to get the biggest for the cheapest price... Not always the case. This deal isn't amazingly hot, as someone else said above, can be had for similar prices elsewhere. But, compared to previously, and compared to other 42" tvs, this is a good price...
#13
GlenSoulfracture
Exactly, this panel is the Barcelona of Plasmas!


Panel - http://www.kenthomecinema.co.uk/PANASONIC-TH-42PF20.htm
1 Like #14
That's the problem so many people are so willing to say hey it's just a tv. It's like saying a Ferrari is just a car and a ford has more seats and costs less. but that's fine there will always people who will be happy with a cheaper TV, I'm just not one of them :-)
#15
I prefer the look of an led/lcd anyday and much less..
#16
@titanwars,
find me an LED 40/42" with the specs as this, for less (not LG)
#17
Specs are meaningless, since they all lie, and they're measuring different things anyway.

You need proper professional reviews with high-quality equipment.
#18
RVK
£700+ for a 42 inch....not that attractive sorry.....

what, cos you can get a 50" alba for £200??
you clearly have no idea at all what you're talking about
#19
Good set. Not an amazing price (Seen it for £699 before). Shame the 50Hz bug affects this range of plasmas.
banned 1 Like #20
Lol @ the Beko and Alba 50" comments


Obvo missed the 50" Viera' that have been posted
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-p50g20b-50-plasma-603-57-with-code-currys/920447


As for this deal...meh...like it's been said been cheaper before

Edited By: ODB_69 on Apr 17, 2011 20:49
#21
I've got the V20, great TV. I'm selling it though for a projector as I don't really make the most of it in terms of day to day usage.
#22
Y2K008
Isn't there a 50 inch viera for about £600 from currys right now???

Seems expensive for a 42 inch

I got an email from amazon this morning about a clearance on electronics and saw a panny 50 inch plasma, full hd and freeview HD for £549

No idea how good it is but on specs above listed seems like a kick ass telly.
banned#23
Yh the amazon one looked good, but I think it was a viera plasma from currys worked out at about £570 after quidco hope it's good, getting it delivered sat!!
#24
400lbBench
klabnix
can fork out £40 more and get the new p42g30


I think the V20 would be better with superior blacks


The g30 ended up at like 680 on amazon, but after comparing them in shops, i decided to order this v20 and i'm very happy with it! Only thing is getting used to it being a bit darker for gaming but i have to say for blue ray it is class.

Even standard definition looks fantastic.

All this stuff about the 50hz bug etc, i haven't bothered reading about it, people always find stuff with tv's and I just don't want to know and havent notice any problems after watching lots of movies, dvd's, football, games etc.

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