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Panasonic 32'' TX-L32G10 Full HD LCD TV (with freesat HD) + free Panasonic Blu-ray Player + free 5 year warranty £699 delivered @ M&S
Panasonic 32'' TX-L32G10 Full HD LCD TV (with freesat HD) + free Panasonic Blu-ray Player + free 5 year warranty £699 delivered @ M&S

Panasonic 32'' TX-L32G10 Full HD LCD TV (with freesat HD) + free Panasonic Blu-ray Player + free 5 year warranty £699 delivered @ M&S

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This Panasonic TV is HD Ready 1080p - the ultimate HD format. The VIERA system creates images with superior contrast and colour while the 24p Playback technology plays frames at a higher speed, just like a real cinema screen

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Buy Panasonic 32" G10 TV and get a free Panasonic Blu-ray Player (T042712) worth £219. Add all products to your basket and purchase in one transaction. Discount applies at checkout. Offer valid from 08.10.09. Subject to availability.

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Those in the Lancs area might do well to call in to this retailer:
royjowetthomecinema.co.uk/pro…tml

IF they will do it for the same price instore, with the 5 year warranty; as the online price @ £619 delivered!

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nihcaj;6726952

Those in the Lancs area might do well to call in to this … Those in the Lancs area might do well to call in to this retailer:http://www.royjowetthomecinema.co.uk/product/Panasonic-TXL32G10-LCD-Television.htmlIF they will do it for the same price instore, with the 5 year warranty; as the online price @ £619 delivered!



I doubt they'd throw in the free Panasonic Blu-ray Player which M&S are offering, though.;-)

If Dixons are doing this TV for £568 how are the 5 year warranty and Bluray player free lol

Pepp77;6727925

If Dixons are doing this TV for £568 how are the 5 year warranty and … If Dixons are doing this TV for £568 how are the 5 year warranty and Bluray player free lol



Dixons "Optional Monthly Product Support" perhaps? £6.99 x 48 months = £335.52 and Dixons cheapest Panasonic Blu-Ray is £175. And installation is just under £40!!!!! That's roughly £1100 in total.
The M&S deal beats them hands down

Good deal!
I bought the Panasonic TX-L37G10 with blu ray player. The 5 year warranty is worth about £200.
Remember you also get 7 blu-ray films when you buy a panasonic blu-ray player.:thumbsup:

Newbold;6727004

I doubt they'd throw in the free Panasonic Blu-ray Player which M&S are … I doubt they'd throw in the free Panasonic Blu-ray Player which M&S are offering, though.;-)



Probably not, it wouldn't interest me though, and I was thinking in "ME" mode when I was looking for alternatives! :whistling:

That said, I am currently YEARS off even thinking about Blu ray, as I don't often even buy DVDs I am a live TV & PVR watcher and end up not watching most of what I do record! Talking to others (who are mostly well over 21!) I am not alone, no-one I know (even the under 21s!) seems too bothered, as they are pretty happy with DVD quality, and are not even thinking of HD TV until their existing TV gives up the ghost! Everyone was certainly in more of a hurry getting DVD as the quality offered was light years ahead of VCRs, and people felt more of a "need"

By the time I do think about BR, I rather suspect they will be equivalent to 30 quid with all bells & whistles, or replaced by something newer still!

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nihcaj;6734603

Probably not, it wouldn't interest me though, and I was thinking in "ME" … Probably not, it wouldn't interest me though, and I was thinking in "ME" mode when I was looking for alternatives! :whistling:That said, I am currently YEARS off even thinking about Blu ray, as I don't often even buy DVDs I am a live TV & PVR watcher and end up not watching most of what I do record! Talking to others (who are mostly well over 21!) I am not alone, no-one I know (even the under 21s!) seems too bothered, as they are pretty happy with DVD quality, and are not even thinking of HD TV until their existing TV gives up the ghost! Everyone was certainly in more of a hurry getting DVD as the quality offered was light years ahead of VCRs, and people felt more of a "need"By the time I do think about BR, I rather suspect they will be equivalent to 30 quid with all bells & whistles, or replaced by something newer still!



Very true. Not exactly a 'must-have' is it, and that's quite a marketing problem. VCRs were life-changing when they arrived on the domestic market, and for me the Humax had much the same effect. Blu-ray's not in the same league.
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