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Panasonic PX80B - £699 delivered
Panasonic PX80B - £699 delivered

Panasonic PX80B - £699 delivered

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Panasonic Plasma PX80B for only £699 delivered using the code QC20 (plus quidco) (plus 5% if you have an egg card)

Every image is richly expressive from bright scenes, such as scorching desert landscapes, to dark cave scenes. Contrast is enhanced by the new Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge control system) and a higher base luminance from improvements made to the panel production process. The high contrast creates deep, robust blacks and reproduces scenes with a delicate balance of light and shadow.

You can enjoy beautiful cinematic reproduction of movie images. The images that are recorded onto movie film at 24 frames per second (fps) are reproduced at two times that speed by 24p Playback. This achieves film-like reproduction than with the 2:3 processing method.

Smooth gradation lends natural expression to images such as sunsets. VIERA brings you the wide colour range of the x.v.Colour standard and the natural colours made possible by the Deep Colour (HDMI V.1.3) standard through its compliance with the newest video standards. This allows one to enjoy natural images with rich expression.

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.


Picture Enhancement - V-Real II Processor Contrast - 10,000 : 1 Contrast Sound type - NICAM Stereo sound Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component,1xPC Visible Screen Size - 41.5" SD Reader - For all your digital images 100Hz - For an even sharper picture

19 Comments

Not full HD.... Sorry just had to get that in before the puriest
:whistling:.

£720 at LX Direct using 20% off code and you can BNPL Jan 09 intrest free if you need to spread the cost

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energy draining plazma
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Same TV for £634 :-D

Great TV BTW I got mine this week, fantastic picture quality even with DIVX movies :whistling:.

I got mine from Dixons who pricematched [url]www.flattelly.co.uk[/url].

I would have ordered directly with flattelly if they hadn't matched it however.

;-)

JBAUERBEATSJBOND;1798019

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Wild and incorrect...maybe you should read up a little more.....maybe many years ago when they were all mew technology but now they are almost the same.

JBAUERBEATSJBOND;1798019

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not true - LCD and Plasma are quite similar in power consumption now.
The Panasonic 42PX80B Plasma is rated at 255W
The Toshiba 42X3030D LCD is rated at 260W (typical)

this is a pretty good deal for a good quality TV

JBAUERBEATSJBOND;1798019

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Completely incorrect. Not to mention the fact plasma power usage is variable whilst LCD is constant.

Bird_Man;1798299

Try … Try Here...]http://www.flattelly.co.uk/shop/panasonic-th37px80-ready-digital-plasma-p-2113.htmlSame TV for £634 :-DGreat TV BTW I got mine this week, fantastic picture quality even with DIVX movies :whistling:.I got mine from Dixons who pricematched [url]www.flattelly.co.uk[/url].I would have ordered directly with flattelly if they hadn't matched it however.;-)




Err its not the same tv you linked to a 37" the op has posted about the 42" !!

deanos;1800968

Err its not the same tv you linked to a 37" the op has posted about the … Err its not the same tv you linked to a 37" the op has posted about the 42" !!



:thinking: Ahh...

Good point :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:

Still good price for the TH-37PX80B though... :-D

Original Poster

this is a quality price for the brand new model from panasonic

some places are still selling the old model (px70) for £200 more

I thought this was a misprice, and 2 of my friends ordered them yesterday

Original Poster

JBAUERBEATSJBOND;1798019

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thanks for your constructive comment!

Original Poster

Mush001;1797799

Not full HD.... Sorry just had to get that in before the … Not full HD.... Sorry just had to get that in before the puriest:whistling:.



but it is HD ready and will display 1080i and 720p

JBAUERBEATSJBOND;1798019

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total garbage...plasma's work differently to LCD's....even the 'unbiased' (ahem!)manufacturers like phillips who produce LCDs and plasmas dont agree

LCDs have slightly lower continuous power consumption, but it is continuous. Plasmas, by contrast, have higher power consumption when showing very light scenes, but less when showing very dark ones - it varies according to how much of the screen is lit.

so plasmas may use less power than LCD's....anyway we are talking at most approx 10% more of power in extreme cases or 20 watts for smae sized screens...wow

Mush001;1797799

Not full HD.... Sorry just had to get that in before the … Not full HD.... Sorry just had to get that in before the puriest:whistling:.



lol...full HD ready on sets under 46in is a waste of time

Original Poster

I've updated the price as it now comes in at under £700!!!!

Still saying £719, how do I get £699?

royals;1821038

lol...full HD ready on sets under 46in is a waste of time




Don't care, I need to be future proof with full HD....:whistling:

Original Poster

Mush001;1831689

Still saying £719, how do I get £699?



Mush, use the voucher at the checkout and it takes £20 off

Original Poster

Mush001;1831698

Don't care, I need to be future proof with full HD....:whistling:



you'll struggle to tell the difference on a 42" set unless you sit really close to it

you need to be looking at 50" to see the benefit
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