NEW PANASONIC TX-P42U30B 42" PLASMA TV BLACK £399.99 @ comet-direct Ebay

NEW PANASONIC TX-P42U30B 42" PLASMA TV BLACK £399.99 @ comet-direct Ebay

£399.99eBay Deals
Found 29th Nov 2011
Thought this was a good price for a 42" plasma

Product Identifiers
Brand Panasonic
Model TX-P42U30B
EAN 5025232604494

Key Features
Type Flat-Panel
Display Technology Plasma
Screen Size 42 Inch
Definition HDTV
Screen Format 16:9
Resolution 1080p
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
3D Technology 3D Not Supported
Internet Content Support Not Supported
Digital TV Service FREEVIEW HD

Technical Features
Refresh Rate 600 Hz
Supported Resolutions 1080p (HDTV)

Audio Features
Number Of Speakers 2
Audio Type Virtual Surround

Room Type Commercial Space, Living Room
Exterior Colour Black
Community Updates


View in the flesh before buying - I can't stand the glossy screen but this is the hottest sub £400 tv since the sony cx523 and the sammy c580!
As viewed in a shop (agreed far from ideal), this has the most reflective screen of any TV I've ever seen.

To avoid the screen reflection problems, consider the next model up... the TXP42S30 which is £451 at Amazon. Reviews...…iewVerdict 8/10…tmlVerdict 'Recommended'

On mode Average Power Consumption 121W is lower than some LCD TVs.
We have a 50" panny plasma we bought on a super deal a couple years ago, but almost sent back due to all the reviews of how reflective it is, which was cut in with reviews of how wonderful it was (this was a closeout model without whatever anti-reflective screen pricier ones had). So glad we didn't, we comment on how beautiful the picture is every day. Yes, when it's turned off, it's a mirror -- but who cares, that's when it's off. When it's on, if you have a lamp right in front or just off to the side, that will reflect. We turn on a lamp in the far corner, and it's fine. no reflection, and I honestly don't like a lamp on right next to me when watching tv anyway. It's fine to watch in the day, too. If you're watching the credits to a show and the screen is all black, and if you're focused on looking for reflection, you'll see it then -- but you'll only notice this when it's new and you're actively looking for reflection rather than watching the tv.

The picture on a panny plasma is outstanding. We have Sky hd, but even without the hd the picture is amazing. Astoundingly, even when you just watch the Freeview on the set the picture is beautiful. I wouldn't let worries of reflections bother you; Panasonic is one of the world's top brands of tvs, and they simply wouldn't make an unwatchable set.
Edited by: "Skibster" 29th Nov 2011
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