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Amazing Price for the Pioneer Kuro 42" Plasma TV! This is probably one of the best TV's you can buy and I doubt you will find it cheaper! Free Delivery too so total price is only £1229.95!

Use Discount Codes KURO42 and AW20 to get the price.

If you use your Egg card get another 3% off and the price will be an amazing £1193.05
Use Quidco for another 3% cashback!

Find more codes below for other LCD TV's including the Philips Ambilight at £899. Always use the extra code AW20 to get another £20 OFF and if you have an Egg card use this too for an extra 3% off your purchase plus 3% cashback at Quidco. Some Great Deals.

Philips 42PFL7962 (601897) <-----Use these codes to search for the items
Code: 42AMBI
Web price £1299.99, discount price £919.99

Pioneer PDP5080XD (623716)
Code: KURO50
Web price £2029.99, discount price £1899.99

LOGIK LOG32LW78 2 (992064)
Code: 32LOG
Web price £429.99, discount price £389.99

DM TECHNOL LQ37XTY LCD (951377)
Code: DMT37
Web price £649.99, discount price £619.99

LG 32LT75 LCD (938070)
Code: LG32LT
Web price £599, discount price £529.99

POLAROID TLU-04223 LCD (904560)
Code: 42POL
Web price £649.99, discount price £629.99

POLAROID TLU-02612 LCD (903564)
Code: 26POL
Web price £349.99, discount price £339.99

PANASONIC TH37PX70 PLASMA & PED (383557)
Code: 37PANATT
Web price £717, discount price £669.99

PANASONIC TH37PX70 PLASMA (742220)
Code: 37PANA
Web price £649.99, discount price £619.99

LG 37LC46 HDLCD (741348)
Code: LG37LC
Web price £509.99, discount price £489.99

LOGIK LOG37LW78 2 (507895)
Code: 37LOG
Web price £599.99, discount price £529.99

PHILIPS 32PFL7962 LCD (451559)
Code: 32AMBI
Web price £699.99, discount price £629.99

LOGIK LOG26LW78 2 (425883)
Code: LOG26
Web price £349.90, discount price £319.99

LG 26LB75 LCD (403722)
Code: LG26LB
Web price £386, discount price £369.99

SHARP LC42X20E LCD (351550)
Code: SHARP42
Web price £1099.99,discount price £949.99

HUMAX LP40TDR1 LCD (290235)
Code: HUMMA
Web price £814.99, discount price £749.99

PHILIPS 37PFL7662 LCD (190726)
Code: PHIL37
Web price £899.99, discount price £749.99

MATSUI 42LW507 (184014)
Code: 42MAT
Web price £549.99, discount price £519.99

MATSUI 37LW507 (142179)
Code: 37MAT
Web price £499.99, discount price £459.99

SAMSUNG LE32R86WD LCD (126042)
Code: 32WHITE
Web price £499.99, discount price £449

PHILIPS 42PFP5532 PLASMA (121885)
Code: PHIL42
Web price £632, discount price £599.99

POLAROID TLU-03711 LCD (119558)
Code: 37POL
Web price £499.99, discount price £449

SAMSUNG LE52M86BD LCD (088715)
Code: SAM52M
Web price £1459, discount price £1399.99

LG 42LC46 HDLCD (074514)
Code: LG42
Web price £623, discount price £599.99

SAMSUNG LE32M86BD LCD (025894)
Code: SAM32M
Web price £559.99, discount price £529.99

Have not tested all the codes - so hope they work.

Enjoy.

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#1
Thanks mate:thumbsup: beem looking at this for ages, that was just the incentive I needed to go for it.
Where did you see those codes.
Voted Hot hot hot
#2
:( what an awesome price for an awesome TV!!!

I so want to....... but i know i shouldnt!
#3
I have been looking at the Pioneer Kuro 42" (amazing TV) for a while and was just looking on the net for some discount codes for this TV when I stumbled accross another website which had all these codes - so thought I would post them up. Some great deals.
#4
Egg cashback now 3%
Hot
#5
Great post with plenty of codes for everyone. Maybe I can chat on the OH to let me spend my hard earned pennies on one of these sets rather than her :whistling:
#6
Sorry, your right mate - only 3% cashback now at Dixons...will edit post. Cheers for the update.
#7
Excellent find, great codes all round.:thumbsup:
#8
What site did you find the codes on?
Was there any for the 52" LCD's?:thinking:
#9
Can't knock that prcie....
#10
Saw the Kuro range on display last year , the picture was nothing short of amazing knocking everything else into fits, it was as if you could reach in and touch things.
I`ve since been trying to get one at the right price and this is a great price ( voted hot :thumbsup: ) I was toying with the idea of getting the 50" version but the neighbours wouldn`t let me sit in their house and knock the wall through to watch it !! :p
#11
OK this is the TV for me, went out and saw it tonight... but I'll be buying it via djryansm post. :thumbsup:

So now for the bit underneath… do I go home cinema, with DVD picture enhancement, that can play the radio and CD’s with 1000watts or do I go for Blueray?

Do I stay with Pioneer or do I just look for the best... :whistling:

HELP :oops:
#12
Well it's on order... I got this Pioneer PDP4280XD and the[COLOR="DarkOrange"] 'Panasonic SC-PT450EB-K Power Theatre with Satellite Speakers £125 Delivered @ Sound and vision' [/COLOR]posted by dmw2007 Just sitting back now waiting for the door bell to ring :)
#13
is this pioneer amazing?
what about guarantee what happens if it messes up after 1 year
#14
anyone tried doing a price match with John Lewis for the JL 5 years waranty?

Great post OP.

(Visiting this site is costing me a fortune!!!)
#15
Its a good price, but old design for a TV and entry level at that not exactly best money can buy!

If im not mistaken its not even true HD, 1080p?!
#16
Its a good price, but old design for a TV and entry level at that not exactly best money can buy!

If im not mistaken its not even true HD, 1080p?!

One word.........CLUELESS!
#17
It certainly is not old design, nor entry level. And the lack of true HD in this particular unit is no disadvantage when compared to a lot of the 1080p sets available.

John Lewis (Solihull branch yesterday) wouldn't price match Dixons for me as Dixons are no longer a bricks and mortar retailer. Comet and Currys (which are), are the same price as JL. I am tempted by the Dixons deal, but it is unfortunate that they are not taking part in Pioneer's five year guarantee - see pioneer.co.uk for participating retailers.
I think JL offer their own guarantee.
#18
djdaface;1630329
Its a good price, but old design for a TV and entry level at that not exactly best money can buy!

If im not mistaken its not even true HD, 1080p?!


wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!
#19
Let me say something.

There. I've said it.
#20
R O N N I E
anyone tried doing a price match with John Lewis for the JL 5 years waranty?

Great post OP.

(Visiting this site is costing me a fortune!!!)


Not sure, but don't think John Lewis match internet only prices anymore? Cracking set and price though! :thumbsup:
#21
OrigamiNinja
Its a good price, but old design for a TV and entry level at that not exactly best money can buy!

If im not mistaken its not even true HD, 1080p?!

One word.........CLUELESS!


Theres always one...

Let me guess....your ideal AV setup would be a below 40" 1080p Bravia panel, with a PS3 to match no doubt?

Heres an article for you to read.
#22
I would be buying one of the 50" Kuros if only the new Panasonic PZ80s weren't just about to be released!

Here's a great review of the Kuro:

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Pioneer-PDP-5080XD/
#23
typeRterror
wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!


What I mean is that it is the cheapest TV that Pioneer now make, making it Their Entry level system.


And their 50" tv is £3000, not £5000. But The point was, its not the best TV money can buy, infact its way under half way in the charts.

It was also a finished design in 2006, now we are months into 2008 I would concider that old, and would expect it to be replaced with a new design within the next 4 months.

So Buying it now, in 6 months you will find alot cheaper while they sell off the stock ready for a new model.

Full HD is not a marketing ploy, you probably do not have an accessories that utilise Parellel lines. For exmaple if you output your computer to your tv, you will not be able to go upto 1080 resolutions unless you have 1080p and you remain stuck at a very high sized 720 which is a bit of a glare.


Still a good deal, just a missleading post imo, If i saw this and knew nothing, bought the tv, then in 4 months saw it for £350 cheap, spoke to a shop assistant and found out I bought the cheapest, not the best, I would be extremely annoyed.
#24
typeRterror
wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!


What I mean is that it is the cheapest TV that Pioneer now make, making it Their Entry level system.


And their 50" tv is £3000, not £5000. But The point was, its not the best TV money can buy, infact its way under half way in the charts.

It was also a finished design in 2006, now we are months into 2008 I would concider that old, and would expect it to be replaced with a new design within the next 4 months.

So Buying it now, in 6 months you will find alot cheaper while they sell off the stock ready for a new model.

Full HD is not a marketing ploy, you probably do not have an accessories that utilise Parellel lines. For exmaple if you output your computer to your tv, you will not be able to go upto 1080 resolutions unless you have 1080p and you remain stuck at a very high sized 720 which is a bit of a glare.


Still a good deal, just a missleading post imo, If i saw this and knew nothing, bought the tv, then in 4 months saw it for £350 cheaper, spoke to a shop assistant and found out I bought the cheapest, not the best, I would be extremely annoyed.
#25
this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

I see where your coming from with this, but as I use my HDTV as my main computer monitor 1080p would be a real advantage. I'm assuming this wouldnt be able to display 1920 x 1080 pixels? Otherwise I'd be buying one :)
#26
typeRterror
wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!


Are you kidding? In a word... always. A clearer, sharper, more realistic picture is always what people are looking for. By your logic we should have stopped with vhs. It was perfectly watchable after all!
#27
andrew2110
I see where your coming from with this, but as I use my HDTV as my main computer monitor 1080p would be a real advantage. I'm assuming this wouldnt be able to display 1920 x 1080 pixels? Otherwise I'd be buying one :)



Go to http://www.pioneer.co.uk/uk/products/62/63/413/overview.html and tick box the models you want to compare.

This one is "only" 1,024 x 768 (h x v), but that would be like saying a Ferrari 430 "only" has 2 seats.
#28
djdaface
And their 50" tv is £3000, not £5000. But The point was, its not the best TV money can buy, infact its way under half way in the charts.

It was also a finished design in 2006, now we are months into 2008 I would concider that old, and would expect it to be replaced with a new design within the next 4 months.


I think you are referring to the Pioneer PDP-5000EX that was the first 1080p plasma.

The PDP-LX508D on the other hand is most definitely one of the best panels in that price range.
#29
Well yes if you are using it as a PC monitor then obviously you want a high res display but even then 1080p isnt high res enough and you've gottabe pretty special to buy yourself a plasma tv to use as a pc monitor....... you should be going for LCD and if you are serious bout gaming then a higher res display then 1080p can offer you..........

yes this is their 2007-08 model but its still their current model and dont expect new ones til end of the year at best and in which case dont expect to pick up this TV at les than £1200 even then..........

and 1080p on a 42" screen at normal viewing distance your eye cannot tell the difference.......unles you sit 2 foot away from your tv at home.
#30
If you read the reviews for this Pioneer they says it's one of the best tv's you can buy. I know it's not 1080p but the quality of the picture is supposed to be top notch.
http://stuff.tv/Review/Pioneer-PDP-428XD/
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49292839,00.htm
#31
I agree with you Ronnie, and thanks very much for the link :) I cant think of many situations other than when used as a computer monitor that 1080p is a real advantage. I read in some magazine a couple of months back that you need to sit a fair distance away from the screen to notice any difference whatsover between 1080i and 1080p movies.
#32
Isn't it funny how people who like a TV which happens to only be 720 res INSIST that it is just as good or better than 1080 res screens and that you wouldn't be able to tell the difference unless your nose is touching the screen etc etc etc.

What a load of pants.

Give it a year or so and most if not all LCD/Plasma screens will be 1080P capable. Hence the prices of 720 LCD/Plasmas etc are falling at speed - including this Pioneer.

I have three friends who (although I tried to warn them) all bought the same non HD ready Pioneer Plasmas (£1000 from Richer Sounds... anyone remember that 'amazing' deal?) a few years ago who all heard the same sort of rubbish info ('there'll be no HD sources for years' blah blah) and now are lumbered with a perfectly good SD Plasma but where they want to be able to play Blu-ray and SkyHD etc. Basically if you want a TV to last you for say, 5+ years, go for 1080P resolution or you'll probably regret it later on
banned#33
720P is "true HD"

I dont know where that stupid marketing buzz word but people like to throw it around to make it look like they know what they are talking about

we have the 50" version of this TV and yeah it rocks
#34
I really wanted one of these panels a few months back, but the budget wouldn't stretch. This is a phenomenal panel with incredible black levels.

This panel is used as reference material on hdtvtest, and these guys know their stuff - just read how indepth the review is.

It's a shame that the 1080p fanclub have to stick their collective oars into what is probably the best 42" panel out there.
#35
typeRterror
wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!
#36
typeRterror
wtf old design for a tv? whats the new tv design? round? silver? entry level for pioneer yes......unless you are gonna buy their 50" 1080p for £5000 which i'd believe is our of most of our reaches on here!

and no its not 1080p but resolution isnot everything........720p footage on this TV is known to look better than 1080p footage on other screens

this full hd is a marketing ploy.......when have you ever thought when watching 720p footage on a good 42" screen........"wow i could really do with a higher resolution"

in a word..........never!


i have to thank you
i have bought a few things games radio etc BUT a high cost product needs this level of opinion
very helpful.. Can you make a suggestion after the crit please eg panny or other
#37
Yep and I have a mate who swears his 10 year old Bang and Olufson 4:3 CRT is the best TV picture in the world. All but sticks his fingers in his ears and says la la la when you try to argue.

Best of luck with that!
#38
I was thinking the same thing Ronnie.

Anyone?
#39
1080p is great if you have 1080p sources, and a huge screen to sitting distance ratio. For 1080p, the ideal sitting distance for 20/20 vision is slightly under double the diagonal of the screen. Thus, to really make use of 1080p at 40", sit at 6 feet or so. Further away and it's pointless, unless you have the eyes of an eagle (something like 2% of the population have good enough eyesight). Thus, at the 9/10 feet most people sit at, 1080p is literally no better from 720p for 40"-50" sets.
For my 55" 1080p set, with marginally better than 20/20 eyesight, I've settled on a seating distance of 9 feet as perfect. Closer and you see individual pixels, further and you don't get the full detail benefit.
#40
djdaface;1630329
Its a good price, but old design for a TV and entry level at that not exactly best money can buy!

If im not mistaken its not even true HD, 1080p?!


you clearly have not seen this tv or the pioneer pdp428xd...certainly one thats been properly set up...go to a decent specialist shop and check it out, but a a proper av shop (not currys, richersounds, comet) who will configure it properly, demo it and if you want install properly at additional cost.
you clearly have been mugged by the marketing men...on a set this size you wont notice the difference
its not an old design, 'entry level' pioneer it maybe but its better than any other tv 46in and under (1080p lcd's included)....i looked for 12 mths for a new tv and initially looked at sony and samsung lcd's but was amazed at the poor picture quality, I then looked at the panny plasma (good tv) but was bowled over by the quality of the pioneer pioneer pdp428xd so bought that for about £1400ish...its well worth it
remember number of pixels isnt everything, its the quality of components that counts.

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