Play.com Panasonic Viera NeoPDP G10 Series 42 inch TX-P42G10 / HD 1080p / Freesat / Freeview Plasma TV £499 - HotUKDeals
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This telly is getting on abit but looks good to me!
Panasonic Viera NeoPDP G10 Series 42 inch TX-P42G10 / HD 1080p / Freesat / Freeview Plasma TV *
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* Key Features:
* 42" NeoPDP Plasma screen
* Resolution: HD 1080p (1920 X 1080)
* Tuner: Freesat / Freeview / Analogue
* Contrast Ratio: Dynamic: 2,000,000: 1, Native: 40,000:1
* Specifications
* Receives freesat (free digital satellite broadcasts)
* 600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
* Infinite Black with over 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast (Native 40,000:1)
* Smart Networking with VIERA Link
* VIERA Image Viewer (AVCHD/JPEG)
* V-Audio Surround
* Narrow Bezel Design
* Input / Output
* CI (Common Interface): yes
* VIERA Image Viewer (AVCHD/JPEG playback)
* HDMI Input: 3 (1 side, 2 rear) [ver. 1.3 with x.v.Colour]
* Composite Video Input: AV3: RCA phono type x 1 (side)
* S-Video Input AV3: Mini DIN 4-pin (side)
* Audio Input (for Video) AV3: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, side)
* Component Video Input: RCA phono type x 3 [Y , PB, PR] (rear)
* PC Input: Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
* Audio Input: (for HDMI, PC, Component) RCA phono type connectors (L, R) x 2 sets (rear x 1 set, side x 1 set)
* 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)
* Monitor Out: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set rear)
* Audio Output: Headphone jack (1 side)
* Digital Audio Output (Optical)
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#1
same price as amazon
#2
Can someone fix the link can't get it to work. Doh!
1 Like #3
nice TV - owned one for 7 months now, only bad feature are the speakers - they really are terrible. Easily fixed with a home cinema kit though !
#4
already posted yesterday by someone else on here...
#5
FTCom
already posted yesterday by someone else on here...


I can only find the same telly on amazon?
#6
Amazon deal is gone.
1 Like #7
bought this for my parents about 6 months ago, i opted for a 46 inch s10.
the picture on this is so much better even though my parents only have standard sky+ not hd.
can't recommend this highly enough, and if i didn't have my 46 inch set would buy this in a heart beat.
still tempted for the bedroom, but wife won't agree.
#8
checkley73
nice TV - owned one for 7 months now, only bad feature are the speakers - they really are terrible. Easily fixed with a home cinema kit though !

I agree,,,
#9
545.99 for me
1 Like #10
Costco are get rid of these at 399 plus vat with the 46" version at 499 plus vat.

Plus you get the 5 year guarantee too.

Bought one today at their Cardiff store
#11
Had ours for just under a year and really happy with it (did a fair bit of research beforehand!) - think I picked it up for just under £800

I agree with above the the speakers are a bit naff but have a surround setup attached but tend to not use it that much - kids don't appreciate at it on Nickjnr !!!

I just use it with Sky+ HD and my PS3 and works flawlessly, even updated it via the SD a few months back with no issues

Got one :)
#12
Coming up as £549 here
#13
Great TV- black levels are superb and looks really good with any HD source. Fine with Xbox too, but note it does not display a 1080 signal over component. Speakers are not great- problem I find when watching internal tuners (although does not seem to be as big a problem on Sky for some reason) is that on a night when I have to watch it low volume, music on films etc is quite loud but speech is quiet meaning I have to turn it up to hear the dialogue, which then has the wife shouting that it is too loud when some music or action sequence comes on! Would like a soundbar to go with it eventually. Anyway it is a great TV- my mate came to stay the other week and commented on how good it was.
Someone above says same price on Amazon. If correct buy from there- remember Play is based in Jersey and you have no Sale of Goods Act protection there as the UK law does not apply- What many people do not realise is that Jersey is not part of the UK- it is just a UK principality. Amazon have fabulous customer service and you also get your Sale of Goods Act protection, meaning a statutory 'guarantee' of a number of years (what is deemed reasonable) if the TV is faulty.
The Costco deal sounds a corker if you can get that. I paid £800 at Christmas for the 46 and it was thought to be a bargain then.
#14
black level issues... google MLL its all over AV forums. after 1000-1500 and sometimes only 500 the amazing black quality you buy into fades to grey, not good. not good all all :|
#15
supermandem
black level issues... google MLL its all over AV forums. after 1000-1500 and sometimes only 500 the amazing black quality you buy into fades to grey, not good. not good all all :|
The fluctuating black level problem has only been observed so far on u.s. models, and is therefore unfounded speculation re the european models.
#16
supermandem
black level issues... google MLL its all over AV forums. after 1000-1500 and sometimes only 500 the amazing black quality you buy into fades to grey, not good. not good all all :|

Bearing in mind the guys there are overly **** about all their stuff, I've never seen such an issue on my set or others, take it with a handful of salt and understand that issues they see, you probably won't.
#17
supermandem
black level issues... google MLL its all over AV forums. after 1000-1500 and sometimes only 500 the amazing black quality you buy into fades to grey, not good. not good all all :|

Unfounded and add to that it would be an issue that would be deemed a fault and covered under guarantee. Panasonic plasma TV's are the best bar none, LED/LCD don't come close.
#18
Wolf
supermandem
black level issues... google MLL its all over AV forums. after 1000-1500 and sometimes only 500 the amazing black quality you buy into fades to grey, not good. not good all all :|
Unfounded and add to that it would be an issue that would be deemed a fault and covered under guarantee. Panasonic plasma TV's are the best bar none, LED/LCD don't come close.

Not sure it would be covered by the guarantee. Apparently panasonic have designed the set to so that the voltave supplied to each of the pixels is altered to take account of changes in the physical properties of the screen over time. It's this adjustment that causes the black levels to increase. Panasonic see it as a fault rather than a feature, so I don't think you'd be seeing any refund.
#19
sanorman
Costco are get rid of these at 399 plus vat with the 46" version at 499 plus vat.Plus you get the 5 year guarantee too.Bought one today at their Cardiff store

Thanks for that - picked up the 46" today - nice tv!

However, those prices are at Cardiff costco only - its more expensive in 3 other other branches I tried (£821 for the 46"), and they dont do an internal (or external) price match!!!!
#20
For the guys that bought the 46" from Costco, how big is the box? I have a toyota Yaris and am a bit worried that the box will not fit in the car, and from what I have read, these TV's are supposed to be transported upright.

Cheers.
#21
Not sure exactly of the box size, but I didnt want to risk damaging it by laying flat, so hired a van (got some other jobs done that needed a van also).

99% sure it wont fit in a yarris. 42" *might* just fit, but I still wouldnt risk it unless costco is just a few mins away.

The box is about 15-20cm extra width than the actual tv.

Its a great tv. Surprisingly good on SD (couldnt get freesat to work last night- need to realign the old sat dish i think), and the sound is much better than expected, after reading the reviews.

Edited By: BorisTheSpider on Jul 23, 2010 11:13:
#22
Thanks for your help, probably wont risk it then. costco advice was dont worry lay it flat, no problems, just make sure you stand it upright for 2 hours before plugging in.....hmmmm, sounds a bit dubious to me! oh well, will have to add the cost of van hire to the price of the TV then! and I would be making a 30 mile trip to get it!
#23
Laying it flat isn't too much of an issue - it's just because of the glass that it could bend and crack.. I'd give it a go though.
#24
fmiah
Thanks for your help, probably wont risk it then. costco advice was dont worry lay it flat, no problems, just make sure you stand it upright for 2 hours before plugging in.....hmmmm, sounds a bit dubious to me! oh well, will have to add the cost of van hire to the price of the TV then! and I would be making a 30 mile trip to get it!

You wont regret it - lovely tv!

Xbox has never looked so good, but freesat's a bit of an issue for me - the dish on our house is pointing at the wrong satellite!!!!!!

Make sure you call to reserve one before hiring the van though - most stores no longer stock this model.

Edited By: BorisTheSpider on Jul 26, 2010 10:08:
#25
oh well looks like i missed out, croydon had 5, 2 were sold by the time i could get down there and the remaining 3 are damaged and unsellable! shame, and now out of stock everywhere!

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