Brand new with five years warranty with Panasonic. Bought this TV a few days ago for £600, took it out of the box and placed it on the stand it was intended for in the bedroom and realised it was way too big for the room and because I had taken it out of the box the retailer would not accept a return. The TV will come with the receipt and warranty documents. The TV has been on the stand since bringing it home and has hardly been touched apart from turning it on once or twice. The picture quality is astounding and I did a hell of a lot of researching when buying this and I'm really anoyed that it is too big but there you go, one mans loss is anothers gain I suppose or ladys's even. Here is the specification for the TV:
The PX80 features 3 HDMI inputs (one more than the PX70) a PC/vga input along with 2 Scarts and the usual Composite, Component and S-Video inputs. Unlike the PX70 it also features an SD card slot. Contrast ratio is up from a quoted 10,000:1 to 15:000:1 resolution.
Over the years, Panasonic have gained a legendary reputation for their black level performance and the TH42PX80 carries on this tradition. In fact, you could make a good argument for buying the TH42PX80 on the strength of its capabilities in this area alone. You really need to sit this screen alongside any LCD to really appreciate its strength in producing stunning black level performance.
Gloss Black Frame
* VIERA HD Ready
* 106cmV Widescreen
* Max. 15,000 : 1 Contrast
* V Real 3
* 100Hz Double Speed
* 0.001 msec
* 24p Input
* 100,000 Hrs Panel Life
* 1080p Digital Processing Chip-Set
* 1080p Digital Re-Mastering Processor
* Advanced 3D Colour Management
* Motion Pattern Noise Reduction
* 786,432 (1,024 x 768) pixels Resolution
* Integrated Digital Freeview
* Sub-Pixel Controller
* Digital Optimizer
* 3x HDMI Inputs, 2 Scart Inputs, 1x Component
* VIERA Link
* SD Card slot for JPEG picture viewer
* Headphone Socket
* PC Input
Please feek free to google the model number to find reviews of the set as I did before buying it. The TV is on offer for cash on collection as unfortunately with it being xmas and all and having the family around we didn't want a huge box like that hanging around. If those interested want to get in touch please just leave me a comment underneath this post. Collection will have to be by an estate car or larger really as the TV is quite a wopper!
All the best and I hope that you all have had a good xmas. I would be willing to accept £575 and the warranty alone for a plasma TV of this kind is worth £250 alone.
All the best, Adam
Cash on collection