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Panasonic TH-50PZ800B - 50" Widescreen Viera 1080P Full HD Plasma TV - With Freeview £999.99 + £20 del @ HughesDirect
Panasonic TH-50PZ800B - 50" Widescreen Viera 1080P Full HD Plasma TV - With Freeview £999.99 + £20 del @ HughesDirect

Panasonic TH-50PZ800B - 50" Widescreen Viera 1080P Full HD Plasma TV - With Freeview £999.99 + £20 del @ HughesDirect

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cheapest price ever. might actually go for this if there isnt any problem with the retailer

Intelligent Frame Creation
100Hz Double Scan
Full HD (1920x1080p)
24p Real Cinema
24p Playback
High Contrast Native 30,000 : 1 (Dynamic 1,000,000 : 1)
5,120 Equivalent Steps of Gradation
Digital Cinema Colour
x.v.Colour
Deep Colour
4 x HDMI

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screen Type: Plasma
screen Size: 50
tuner Type: Freeview & Analogue
auto Set Up
teletext
digital Teletext
electronic Program Guide
hd Ready
1080hd Ready: 1080p
progresive Scan
pixel Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080
contrast Ratio: 1,000,000:1
brightness: Not Provided
viewing Angle: Viewing Angle Free
sound System: Stereo
srs/dsp Surround Sound
scart Sockets: 2
component Video Connection
composite Video Connection
hdmi Connection: 4
headphone Socket
rgb Pc Input
remote Control
wall Mountable
stand Included: Pedestal

13 Comments

No probs with their credibility, I used to rent TV's off them 15 years ago :thumbsup:

Price seems HOT for a FULL HD 50" :thumbsup: +9 from me

I have the 42" Panny, absolute cracking picture quality, can't go wrong with them........(awaits the LCD V's plasma bitches to comment) ;-)

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big-boy;5685873

No probs with their credibility, I used to rent TV's off them 15 years … No probs with their credibility, I used to rent TV's off them 15 years ago :thumbsup:Price seems HOT for a FULL HD 50" :thumbsup: +9 from me ;-)



its not a standard 50" 1080p its more than that. blackest blacks etc

big-boy;5685873

I have the 42" Panny, absolute cracking picture quality




I second that. Given I paid a touch over £600 for my 42", the difference in price is still quite steep though. Also, I am tempted to wait for a built-in Freesat model to become available at a semi-sensible price before finally going to 50".

what about this if you want something cheaper ??

with 400hz :whistling:

hotukdeals.com/ite…80/

I was going to add to this. Hughes are one of the oldest electrical retailers still around.
85+ years old. Older than Currys (1930) and Comet (1933)

Wasn't this their flagship model last year ?
Voted hot !

think i'll wait till the led tv's come down in price

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£$€;5685989

I second that. Given I paid a touch over £600 for my 42", the difference … I second that. Given I paid a touch over £600 for my 42", the difference in price is still quite steep though. Also, I am tempted to wait for a built-in Freesat model to become available at a semi-sensible price before finally going to 50".



guess that a 720p u talking about ?

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big-boy;5685873

No probs with their credibility, I used to rent TV's off them 15 years … No probs with their credibility, I used to rent TV's off them 15 years ago :thumbsup:Price seems HOT for a FULL HD 50" :thumbsup: +9 from me I have the 42" Panny, absolute cracking picture quality, can't go wrong with them........(awaits the LCD V's plasma bitches to comment) ;-)



which one do u have ? 720/1080 p ?

gR8_mUndA;5686377

which one do u have ? 720/1080 p ?



Panasonic TX-P42X10 (720) even the tecchies @ AV forums agree unless your watching a blu-ray you will be very hard pushed to notice it's NOT FULL H/D as the quality is soooo good ;-)

Panasonic TX-P42X10 and TX-P37X10 owners info & advice here: avforums.com/for…tml

avforums.com/for…tml :thumbsup:

(PS: which ***** are voting this cold..........................jeez :x )

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pls explain the cold voting ? just coz people cant get over their stupid lg`s ?

gR8_mUndA;5686334

guess that a 720p u talking about ?



1024 x 768 for the 42"PX70B

hahahahahahah
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