Philips "42PFP5532D" 42in HD-ready Freeview plasma TV £522 @ LIttlewoods - HotUKDeals
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Found this on AV forums. £522 inc delivery when using code xx212 (20% Discount)

Product Features
HD Ready Plasma TV
Screen size 42"
Tuner Type:Analogue with Freeview
Smartext with EPG
Auto Setup
High-definition plasma WXGA display, 1024x768p
Integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception
HD ready for the highest quality display of HDTV signals
Pixel Plus HD for better details, depth and clarity in HDTV
3D combfilter separates colours for a razor-sharp image
Incredible Surround for enhanced audio enjoyment
Compact and slim design that fits in every room
1000 page Hypertext for instant fast access to teletext
Technical Details

Colour cabinet: Black cabinet High gloss deco front
Set Width: 1047
Brightness: 1500
Clock: Sleep Timer,Wake up Clock
TV system: PAL I,PAL B/G,PAL D/K,SECAM B/G,SECAM D/K,SECAM L/L',DVB COFDM 2K/8K
Video Formats: 640 x 480i - 1Fh,640 x 480p - 2Fh,720 x 576i - 1Fh,720 x 576p - 2Fh,1280 x 720p - 3Fh,1920 x 1080i - 2Fh,1920 x 1080p -
Output power (RMS): 2 x 10 W
Power consumption: 250
Set Height: 701
Included Accessories: Table top stand,RF antenna cable,Power cord,Quick start guide,User Manual,Registration card,Warranty certificate,Remote Control,Batteries for remote control
Video Playback: SECAM,PAL,NTSC
Built-in speakers: 2
Set Depth: 107
Dynamic screen contrast: 15000:1
Optional accessories: Floor stand
Standby power consumption: < 1 W
Response time (typical): <3
Sound Enhancement: Auto Volume Leveller,Dynamic Bass Enhancement,Incredible Surround
Ease of Installation: Auto Program Naming,Automatic Channel Install(ACI),Automatic Tuning System (ATS),Autostore,Fine Tuning,Plug & Play,Program Name,Sorting
Sound System: Nicam Stereo,Stereo
DVB: DVB Terrestrial *
Ease of Use: Smart Sound Control,Auto Volume Leveller (AVL),Easy toggle Dig/Analogue modes,Program List,Side Control,Smart Picture Control
Equalizer: 7-bands
Viewing angle (horizontal): >160
Ext 1 Scart: Audio L/R,CVBS in/out,RGB
Electronic Program Guide: 8 day Electronic Program Guide
Viewing angle (vertical): >160
Ext 2 Scart: Audio L/R,CVBS in/out,S-video in
Tuner bands: S-Channel,UHF,VHF,Hyperband
Diagonal screen size (inch): 42
Number of Preset Channels: 100
Remote Control: TV
Diagonal screen size (metric): 107
Ambient temperature: 5 °C to 40 °C
Tuner Display: PLL
Remote control type: RC2034301/01
Display screen type: WXGA Plasma panel
Ext 3: S-video in,CVBS in,Audio L/R in
Ext 4: YPbPr,Audio L/R in
Panel resolution: 1024 x 768p
Screen Format Adjustments: 4:3,Movie expand 14:9,Movie expand 16:9,Subtitle Zoom,Super Zoom,Widescreen
Picture in Picture: Text dual screen
Ext 5: HDMI
Set width (with stand): 1047
Child Protection: Child Lock+Parental Control
Ext 6: HDMI
Picture enhancement: 3D Combfilter,Active Control,Digital Noise Reduction,Jagged Line Suppression,Progressive Scan,Pixel Plus HD,Luminance Transient Improver,Colour Transient Improvement,Dynamic contrast enhancement,Contrast Plus,3/2 - 2/2 motion pull down
Teletext: 1000 page Hypertext
Set height (with stand): 764
Teletext enhancements: Program information Line,4 favourite pages
Screen enhancement: Anti ageing circuit
Set depth (with stand): 264
Number of Scarts: 2
Other connections: Common Interface,Headphone out
Product weight: 31.5
Aerial Input: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC75)
Product weight (+stand): 41.5
Box width: 1180
Box height: 835
Box depth: 330
Weight incl. Packaging: 47
VESA wall mount compatible: 600 x 400 mm
Aspect ratio: 16:9,Widescreen
Computer formats: 640 x 480, 60, 72, 75, 85Hz,800 x 600, 60, 72, 75, 85Hz,1024 x 768, 60, 70, 75, 85Hz
Mains power: 220 - 240V, 50/60Hz



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#1
is plasma better than LCD??
#2
Be VERY wary of Littlewoods codes :w00t:
#3
How comes? I bought this and it went through no problems using the code xx212, -£129.80
#4
Littlewoods have in the past reclaimed codes after purchase and taken the extra money :roll:
[admin] 1 Like #5
They recently charged £25 to thousands of customers account because they'd used a £25 off code that had gone viral- Customers who previously had no Littlewoods account, and paid with their debit/credit cards found Littlewoods made an account for them with £25 balance...
Some customers refused to pay the £25 and were charged late payment fees on top.
Eventually, Littlewoods backed down and creditted the £25 back to it's customers, but the whole episode has left a very sour taste in the mouths of lots of previous Littlewoods account holders.
#6
juliet_bravo
They recently charged £25 to thousands of customers account because they'd used a £25 off code that had gone viral- Customers who previously had no Littlewoods account, and paid with their debit/credit cards found Littlewoods made an account for them with £25 balance...
Some customers refused to pay the £25 and were charged late payment fees on top.
Eventually, Littlewoods backed down and creditted the £25 back to it's customers, but the whole episode has left a very sour taste in the mouths of lots of previous Littlewoods account holders.


Thanks for the heads up juliet_bravo will be extra vigilant with them in future! Can't believe they created a credit account to charge the £25....very sneaky indeed! :roll:
#7
so anyway is this a good tv?? is it thin like the lcd tv's ?? I have no clue about all the jargon in buying a tv.. except the size :giggle:
#8
Does any one knows is this tv has a VGA socket?
#9
Littlewoods codes can only be used by the customers they were given to. They track exactly who has been issued codes. The T&Cs state that if you use a code that you were not entitled to you will be charged the full amount.

So this will cost you an extra £100 if you were not personally issued with the 20% discount.
#10
munir
Does any one knows is this tv has a VGA socket?


Don't quote me for definate but this TV sticks out in my mind as having VGA and/or audio-out missing (I'm not confusing them, but it was 2 things I generally found myself checking before selling to customers :thumbsup:) so if VGA isn't mentioned in any of the spec sheets, don't be hugely suprised if the TV doesn't have it.
#11
1024x768p

Yuck horrible resolution panel
#12
dougys123
is plasma better than LCD??


I think anyone serious enough in buying a HD tv ought to do thorough research before buying.

Check:
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/
http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/reviews_main.aspx?prod=s
http://www.avforums.com/
Buy HDtv magazines.
#13
Littlewoods definately avoid, For all I care They could be giving away gold for free and I still wouldnt go near it!
#14
Minstadave
1024x768p

Yuck horrible resolution panel


nope, Plasmas specs work in a different way to LCDs, my mate has LG 42" full 1080p plasma but its recorded res is still 1024x768p

is plasma better than LCD??

it is for watching standard def tv, everything else is pretty much the same, I personally prefer LCD as they run a little cooler and are cheaper to run but if I was after a 42"(I have a 37) then plasma would probably be my first consideration..

that is a cracking price.
#15
Minstadave
1024x768p

Yuck horrible resolution panel


all plasma are 1024 by 768 , where they have unsquare pixels. plasma is much better than an lcd for sd and watching films.
#16
dougys123;1678502
is plasma better than LCD??


there is no future for plasma :whistling:
#17
rodman;1681630
there is no future for plasma :whistling:


with the box shifters like currys telling the poor saps that shop there that they must have the (******) 1080p LCDs its no surprise...plasma will be around sometime yet even if its a premium product....unless shoppers open their eyes the inferior product will win because its cheaper (betamax anyone).

1080p LCDs provide terrible SD pq, poor depth of colour inc. poor blacks, backlight bleed and the fact that the 1024x768 plasma looks better even using HD source despite the lower res......

you should not read so much into the technicalities (1080p is great marketing buzz word at the mo).....there is a heck of alot more to a tv than just the resolution

for screens under 32 you have to buy an LCD....but 37in and over i wouldnt even consider an LCD (certainly not yet anyway) - i viewed every 37-50 tv over 12 months before buying my Pioneer Kuro 428xd plasma just before xmas...its better than any 1080p lcd thats for sure
#18
I remember watching the colours on LCDs getting close to almost being a competitor to plasma's colours, then bam a new range of plasmas come out and LCD is left in the dust again when it comes to colours.

The drawbacks that I think are quite understated when it comes to plasmas though are heat and weight. Weight probably isn't much of an issue if it's going somewhere and staying there admittedly, but I guess for some people it could be a factor. The heat issue though, I think can't go unnoticed. If you have a good size room with plenty of ventilation I'm sure it shouldn't be an issue, but if I were to put this in my victorian front room, the summer would be a nightmare.

Also, as a comedic sidenote, never confuse this for the 42PFL5522. They look the same, but crikey is there a weight difference :-|
#19
sharp910sh
all plasma are 1024 by 768 , where they have unsquare pixels. plasma is much better than an lcd for sd and watching films.


There are true 1920x1080 plasma panels out there.
#20
Hi FOlks,
TO go back to the Littlewood code issue..
I have just bought one of these TV's yesterday, the code worked a treat and then quidco on to, under 500 for a 42 inch plasma is great ! !
But is it a cert that I will be charged the full amount at a later date ? Surely the price im offered now is the price I pay ?
Can I send back or refuse if this should happen ?
Im scared not that in a months time I get a big chunk added to my account, chose the 3 months free credit..
Any ideas ?

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