PRE-ORDER/RESERVE PANASONIC VIERA TX-P50VT20B 50" Full HD 3D Plasma TV £2110 @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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With quidco this beauty of a TV comes down to £2'110.... Using also the voucher code FIVETV.

This looks the best current 3D tv out at the moment and should be delivered FREE within 28-days as it is of very high demand!

''A new era of television is embodied in the Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT20B 50" Full HD 3D Plasma TV, which combines numerous technologies to deliver an absolutely jaw-dropping level of entertainment!

Picture quality in the Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT20B 50" Full HD 3D Plasma TV is sublime, thanks to its razor-sharp 1080p resolution and a 600Hz sub-field refresh rate for smooth pictures free of motion blur. Panasonic's advanced NeoPDP technology renders beautifully vivid colours and achieves deeper blacks and brighter whites for an amazing 5,000,000:1 native contrast ratio.

With the inclusion of two pairs of 3D glasses, you'll be able to enjoy a mind-blowing level of immersive stereoscopic entertainment from the Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT20B. A separate Full HD image is sent to each eye, resulting in a three-dimensional picture which will leave you breathless with its incredible realism and detail! To experience 3D television you'll need to tune in to available 3D broadcasts or input a compatible source such as a 3D Blu-ray player.

Subject to coverage, you'll also be able to experience High Definition content straight out of the box with the VIERA TX-P50VT20B 50" Full HD 3D Plasma TV, with its built-in Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners. Dozens of TV channels will be at your disposal, including standard definition broadcasts as well as stunningly detailed HD broadcasts. The Freesat HD tuner requires a separate satellite dish for use.

Other highlights of the Panasonic VIERA TXP50VT20B include THX certification, DLNA networking, the VIERA Image Viewer for easy SD card input, two USB ports, a 15-pin D-Sub input for computers, and VIERA CAST - which provides high quality internet content at the touch of a button. An Ethernet port and WiFi ready compliance enable an online connection without the need to hook up a computer.

Discover the latest in cutting-edge home entertainment with the uncompromising Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT20B 50" Full HD 3D Plasma TV!

Screen Format 16:9
Screen size 50" (127 cm)
Contrast 5,000,000:1 (native)
Response time (in ms) 0.001 ms
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) Viewing angle free
Audio Audio Power 3 x 10W
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound V-Audio ProSurround with Dolby Digital Plus/CoNEQ
Speakers 2.1 channel speaker system
Connectivity Connectivity 4 x HDMI
1 x Component
1 x Composite
2 x SCART
1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port
2 x USB ports
1 x VIERA Image Viewer - SD card input (AVCHD/SD-VIDEO/DivXHD/JPEG/MP3/AAC playback)
2 x RCA Audio Input (side, rear)
1 x PC input (VGA/15 pin D-Sub)
Digital Audio Output (Optical)
Analogue Audio Out (RCA phono)
Headphone Jack
Service Port
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4
PC Input Yes
Audio output Headphone jack, optical audio output (digital)
Tuner Standard PAL-I, DVB-T/T2/S (Freeview HD & Freesat HD tuners)
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text 1000P Level 2.5, FASTEXT/LIST
Other functions THX® Certified Display
VIERA CAST
Infinite Black Pro
NeoPDP technology
24p Smooth Film/Playback
Deep Colour (10/12-bit)
x.v. Colour
THX Mode
3D Colour Management
Picture Mode: Dynamic/Normal/THX/Cinema/Game/Photo/Pro1/Pro2 (ISFccc)
Vreal Pro 5 3D
Sound Mode: Music/Speech/User
EPG
DLNA networking
VIERA Link
Multi window: PIP/PAP/PAT
C.A.T.S. (Contrast Automatic Tracking System)
Game Mode
Q-Link
Off Timer
Child Lock
General Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Stand, remote control, 2 pairs of 3D glasses, documentation
Internal menu languages English
Dimensions (mm) 1224 x 810 x 335 mm (with stand)
1224 x 771 x 90 mm (without stand)
Weight (kg) 27 kg (without stand)
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#2
Obvious misprice, ordered 2, fingers crossed they honour the price?
#3
Bully
Obvious misprice, ordered 2, fingers crossed they honour the price?


LOL!!

I know mate, a little exspensive.. but they are being sold at around 2400-2500 in stores that actually have stock!
#4
I saw one of these in action in Comet last week, unfortunately you do need to ask the sales drones for the glasses which they keep through the back. (£60 a set and you get 2 sets with the TV)

Luckily, he left me to it.

I watched some Grand Canyon thing that was rather good as the different layers came across well. Then there was a cartoon thing, which was OK I suppose.

3D TV at this stage is a niche format, too expensive and very gimmicky . Let the early adopters get ripped off and then get one in a years time for £500 quid.

So, COLD from me.
suspended#5
Can't wait to watch 'How clean is your home' and 'Grimebusters' in 3D...

It's one FAD I can live without apart, I prefer my 3D on IMAX...

Cold from me...
#6
Only voted cold because these are arriving at Costco next Thursday for just over £1800...so good news if you're a Costco member.

This is a good price though, almost £200 less than anywhere else.
#7
WalterSmith
I saw one of these in action in Comet last week, unfortunately you do need to ask the sales drones for the glasses which they keep through the back. (£60 a set and you get 2 sets with the TV)

Luckily, he left me to it.

I watched some Grand Canyon thing that was rather good as the different layers came across well. Then there was a cartoon thing, which was OK I suppose.

3D TV at this stage is a niche format, too expensive and very gimmicky . Let the early adopters get ripped off and then get one in a years time for £500 quid.

So, COLD from me.


Saw the same demo and thought it was best 3D I have seen anywhere. Better than Avatar at the cinema as it was a lot brighter. 3D has been nailed IMO.

That said I'm not paying 2 grand for it. As you say...niche at the moment. Give it a couple of years and I'll be there.
#8
ashp65
Only voted cold because these are arriving at Costco next Thursday for just over £1800...so good news if you're a Costco member.

This is a good price though, almost £200 less than anywhere else.


Seriously? Cool!

Im tempted I must say!
#9
hotyoda
Saw the same demo and thought it was best 3D I have seen anywhere. Better than Avatar at the cinema as it was a lot brighter. 3D has been nailed IMO.

That said I'm not paying 2 grand for it. As you say...niche at the moment. Give it a couple of years and I'll be there.


Many people have said this is the best of the bunch at present... This is the one I want if only I had the cash!
#10
ashp65
Only voted cold because these are arriving at Costco next Thursday for just over £1800...so good news if you're a Costco member.

This is a good price though, almost £200 less than anywhere else.


Don't you have to add VAT at Costco??? if so that would make it £2115 after VAT :?
#11
imtiaz123
Don't you have to add VAT at Costco??? if so that would make it £2115 after VAT :?


Pretty sure the price includes VAT.

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