42" Philips 42PF7520D HDTV Plasma with Pixel Plus only £694.99 plus 3 years warranty and extra benef
42" Philips 42PF7520D HDTV Plasma with Pixel Plus only £694.99 plus 3 years warranty and extra benef

42" Philips 42PF7520D HDTV Plasma with Pixel Plus only £694.99 plus 3 years warranty and extra benef

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This Philips TV doesn't look as amazing as the Panasonic deal i posted before xmas but it looks like one of the lowest priced bigbrand name HD ready plasma TV's i've seen and it includes Pixel Plus technology for improved clarity.

You can now buy this TV for just £699.99 (saving £600 from there old price) and there's also a £5 discount in the voucher table making it £694.99 but bare in mind there is a £30 shipping fee.

If you want 3 years warranty included instead of the standard 1 year, then you'll require to buy a card for £19.99, which allows you to receive 3 years warranty for anything you buy that costs over £200, which is a great offer, as i've seen the 3 year warranty for Plasma TV's cost anywhere from £200-£350.
As an additional bonus, Empire Direct will also offer you exclusive deals that are not offered to the general public. :thumbsup:

Don't forget to go through Quidco to receive 2% cashback minus the VAT and delivery charge, so if you buy the TV and the card for £19.99, which will give you 3 years warranty and extra benefits, you'll receive about £11.80 cashback, making this total package

TV £699.99 - £5 voucher (£694.99)
card £19.99
£30 shipping - £11.80 quidco

total price £733.18

Hope that helps

High Definition PlasmaWXGA display, 1024x1024i
Integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception
HD ready for the highest quality display of HDTVsignals
PixelPlus for better detail, depth and clarity
Interference is neutralised by build in Pulse Killer Chip
Virtual DolbySurround for a cinema-like audio experience
Compact and slim design that fits in every room
Watch analog TV while recording a digital program
PC input lets you also use your TV as a PC monitor
DVI-I provides the best picture and flexible connectivity


cant seem to find any hdmi sockets in this one?
am i missing something?

Original Poster

According to Empire Direct, there's no info on my Panasonic Plasma TV's HDMI sockets either, i don't think they list the HDMI socket info on their site, which is stupid.

ive just had a search and homecinema reviews dont rate this tv
the only hdmi is via dvi to hdcp
what ever that means?

Thanks for the pointer Looks nice but is a 2005 model I think, going by Amazon reviews. Although it does state HDMI connection on there.

see where it says 1024 x 1024i does that mean a progressive resolution image of 1024 x 512 ???

because the i after the 1024 stands for interlaced and usually you half that to get the progressive resolution
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