PRICE DROP - PANASONIC TX-32LXD85 32" LCD 100hz TV Now £474.99 delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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PRICE DROP - PANASONIC TX-32LXD85 32" LCD 100hz TV Now £474.99 delivered @ Dixons

£474.99 @ Dixons
Prices of this beauty seem to have fallen overnight, it was only under £500 at Amazon yesterday but now its over £500 there and less than £500 @ PCWorld , Tesco , Currys , and Dixons. Argos are als… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Prices of this beauty seem to have fallen overnight, it was only under £500 at Amazon yesterday but now its over £500 there and less than £500 @ PCWorld , Tesco , Currys , and Dixons.

Argos are also selling it at £484 but there seems to be no stock available

However using the SAVE10 code it can be delivered for £474.99 at dixons and even some quidco I think.

However I am sure if you pop down to currys or Pcworld they will match their online price if they are still £699 in store (that was the price over the weekend at Currys)

This really is a great TV and not sure if its a long term reduction or prices will be back up next week.

John Lewis still selling for £699 but a price match may be possible if you want a 5 year warranty.

Images are beautiful even when viewers are sitting at an angle to the TV. The IPS Alpha panel has a wide viewing angle, so the images are crisp and clear even when viewed from an angle. The same high-quality images can be enjoyed from any place in the living room.

This kind of expressive power will thrill science-fiction fans even dark scenes are elaborately detailed. Improved panel contrast combines with the I.S.C.(Intelligent Scene Controller) to achieve a high, 10,000:1* contrast ratio. *Dynamic mode only

In addition to brilliant picture quality, VIERA models offer the easy operation made possible by VIERA Link and the SD card slot. VIERA Link lets you operate other connected Panasonic AV components using only the VIERA TV's remote control unit. The majority of the VIERA line-up is equipped with a slot for large-capacity SDHC cards. You can view a slideshow of your photos on VIERA's big beautiful screen just by simply remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in to the slot.

* HD Ready 720p
* Built-in digital TV Tuner
* 10,000 : 1 contrast ratio
* V Real 3 Image Technology
* NICAM Stereo Sound

* 3 x HDMI connections
* 2 x SCART connections
* 1 x component connection
* 1 x PC connection
* SD Card reader for photos

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#1
It appears that there is a lot of price drops on LCDs at present. People are speculating on price drops after Christmas. Looks like a nice buy. I'm looking for a nice 37" deal.
#2
I made that mistake last year, hoping for a price drop after Christmas only to find the TVs more expensive than the run up.
After christmas I find they tend to clear all the **** models, the non sellers LG etc, big 50" Plasmas that nobody wants.

The good stuff holds its price, this TV only came out around June and has been £699 for quite some time on the high street and quite a few online dealers.
However with Sony slashing their prices I think Panasonic are following, how far they will go is anyones guess.
Even the cheapest non branded 32" are still around £300 and this is the dogs bits for £180 more.


http://www.cnet.co.uk//i/c/rv/e/televisions/panasonic/th_32lxd85/panasonic-th_32lxd85-440x330_3.jpg
#3
Yeah this idea that everything is going to go down in price MIGHT not be true on things like TV's and other household appliances what with the very weak pound and retailers making less sales hints that:

A) Electrical Producs will cost more to source from the suppliers (as most things are bought in dollars)
B) Retailers will need to make a larger profit margin to keep afloat (with less sales)

of course you will always get new products coming to the market and older goods being discarded as old tech so it will mainly be these that will be on offer imho and the newer stuff will hold firm or maybe even start creeping up in price ... only my tuppence worth!!
#4
Surely as soon as I buy into a 720p HD ready TV, everyone is going to tell me I need 1080 full HD?

Is there such a huge difference? Or is this why some shops seem to be getting rid of 720 sets - I see a lot of "1080" stickers these days.

Tim
#5
Timbellina
Surely as soon as I buy into a 720p HD ready TV, everyone is going to tell me I need 1080 full HD?

Is there such a huge difference? Or is this why some shops seem to be getting rid of 720 sets - I see a lot of "1080" stickers these days.

Tim


1080p on a set as small as this is utterly pointless with the exception of using it as computer monitor
#6
Timbellina
Surely as soon as I buy into a 720p HD ready TV, everyone is going to tell me I need 1080 full HD?

Is there such a huge difference? Or is this why some shops seem to be getting rid of 720 sets - I see a lot of "1080" stickers these days.

Tim


Check out this review, should answer some of your questions.
It compares this model with the 1080p model.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49297433,00.htm

1080p in a 32" is pointless, and 90% of those who buy these tvs will be watching SD stuff like freeview anyway.

This is a great set, have a look in currys you will not be disappointed
#7
margamboy

After christmas I find they tend to clear all the **** models, the non sellers LG etc, big 50" Plasmas that nobody wants.


altho this LG set: http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2008/10/06/LG-32PG6000-32in-Plasma-TV/p1 got the same rating as the panasonic in the OP, so LG do make some excellent sets depending on the model

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