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Panasonic TH58PZ700PED 58" HD Black Plasma Television was £2933.36 now £1997.00 @ Asda instore/online
Panasonic TH58PZ700PED 58" HD Black Plasma Television was £2933.36 now £1997.00 @ Asda instore/online

Panasonic TH58PZ700PED 58" HD Black Plasma Television was £2933.36 now £1997.00 @ Asda instore/online

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I don't normally post deals for anything over £50; but this is a fairly hefty reduction for a massive 58" Plasma HD TV. Especially as Dixons are selling it for £2889.00 and Miller Brothers for £3460.95

Colour Black
Model Number TH58PZ700PED
Screen Size (inch) 58
Integrated Digital (Freeview) Yes
HD Ready Yes
Contrast Ratio 10000:1
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes
Number of HDMI Sockets 3
1080p Full HD Yes
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years) 1
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1

If you coose to buy online rather than instore then postage is £18.95

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If the past few weeks are anything to go by on here, this will get very cold

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stiffnuts;3886540

If the past few weeks are anything to go by on here, this will get very … If the past few weeks are anything to go by on here, this will get very cold



That's why I don't normally put anything on for over £50. Still, I think a saving of £897 off the next best price is a good deal:oops:

andywedge;3886632

That's why I don't normally put anything on for over £50. Still, I think … That's why I don't normally put anything on for over £50. Still, I think a saving of £897 off the next best price is a good deal:oops:



i agree

Full HD or HD Ready (as it says in the little piccy you've uploaded)?

Chris

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evapor8;3886915

Full HD or HD Ready (as it says in the little piccy you've uploaded)?Chris



Full HD Chris. Thanks, I hadn't spotted that (new glasses needed eh?. The image on Asdas website wouldn't load so I searched elsewhere. Anyway, all now fixed and correct image showing.:thumbsup:

Hot. Wish I had room for one!

£1997.

credit crunch? what credit crunch, i'll have two please mr. walmart.

Thanks. Ordered 2. One for the lounge and one for my bathroom.








[SIZE=1][COLOR=Silver]I wish[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[QUOTE=Shaiya;3887328]Thanks. Ordered 2. One for the lounge and one for my bathroom.


Actually ordered two of them; for my desktop PC :thinking:

yep ordered 4 here for that price but it does mean the bog will be tight squeeze...

Shaiya;3887328

Thanks. Ordered 2. One for the lounge and one for my bathroom.




You're not thinking clearly. What will you watch in the cupboard?

I've ordered 2 for the headrests in my car, that should keep the kids entertained in the back!

£ 2000 is very cold deal you can buy the same "50 for £1000

Its actually a good price just ordered 2 for the kids bedrooms

Cheers matey

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deek72;3887118

Hot. Wish I had room for one!



oh I've got the room if you've got the money;-)

ichel;3887643

£ 2000 is very cold deal you can buy the same "50 for £1000



For some people, 8 inches is very, very attractive & worth spending a bit more on :whistling:

Cloudeye;3887708

For some people, 8 inches is very, very attractive & worth spending a bit … For some people, 8 inches is very, very attractive & worth spending a bit more on :whistling:



May only reach 8" more but should give 34% more satisfaction - as it's about more than length, it's about what you do with it - ie look at its surface area :whistling:

thing is, 8" onto a 50" screen is more than 8" onto a 30" screen. I can't be bothered to explain why, but it is.

also the law of diminishing returns. a vauxhall VXR8 with 400bhp @ £35k seems cheap, until you realise you can get a 200bhp ford for £15k...

Hot, ordered 1 to replace my archos lol

evapor8;3886915

Full HD or HD Ready (as it says in the little piccy you've uploaded)?Chris


Strange question. This is Full HD (the screen is 1920 x 1080) but also HD ready (this means it does not have a built in HD source) therefore only HD when supplied by an external HD source.

This is a very good price for what you are getting if you have the room. These were £9k a year or so ago !

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ichel;3887643

£ 2000 is very cold deal you can buy the same "50 for £1000



Where from????:thumbsup:

Good price for the screen, though I would want it delivered! No chance of putting that in the trolley in Asda!

Chick21;3887835

Good price for the screen, though I would want it delivered! No chance of … Good price for the screen, though I would want it delivered! No chance of putting that in the trolley in Asda!



Put wheels on it and use it as the trolley.

Also its fitness for purpose. I have a mate who owns a pub and one of these would be great for him showing the footie.

People should not vote cold just because they think its too big, cant afford it, think its stupid etc.

This is a a very good price for such a big screen if you look at what other outlets are selling it for and the prices on it only a few months ago and I am sure someone on here will end up buying one. Really these are not meant for your average house anyway you would need an enourmous room to use one of these with a reasonable viewing distance. I have a 50" panny plasma in a 24foot room and it still looks big.

Jefft;3887795

Strange question. This is Full HD (the screen is 1920 x 1080) but also HD … Strange question. This is Full HD (the screen is 1920 x 1080) but also HD ready (this means it does not have a built in HD source) therefore only HD when supplied by an external HD source.



I didn't think it was a particularly strange question .... the phrase "HD Ready" has become synonymous with tv's that can't display 1920x1080.

Was just looking for some clarification.

Chris

If I hook this up to my Tomtom One, could I use it as a sat nav? :roll:

Seriously though, according to the following article, posted elsewhere on HUKDs, buying ANY HDTV before February or March is a very bad move! Link follows:

www2.tbo.com/con…se/

Hope this saves some tears when the prices start to tumble.... :thumbsup:

evapor8;3887910

"HD Ready" has become synonymous with tv's that can't display … "HD Ready" has become synonymous with tv's that can't display 1920x1080.Chris


Wrongly, due to lack of understanding as to what it actually means.

5lab;3887778

thing is, 8" onto a 50" screen is more than 8" onto a 30" screen. I can't … thing is, 8" onto a 50" screen is more than 8" onto a 30" screen. I can't be bothered to explain why, but it is. also the law of diminishing returns. a vauxhall VXR8 with 400bhp @ £35k seems cheap, until you realise you can get a 200bhp ford for £15k...


but both cars are ****

I became curious about the meaning of the phrase "HD ready" after following this thread. I looked up the BBC site (they should know what's what!) and this is what I found:

"What does the 'HD Ready' logo on a television mean?

Televisions can carry the 'HD Ready' logo when the display screen has enough pixels to be able to display a high definition picture properly. To qualify they must also be capable of displaying pictures with either 720 or 1080 horizontal lines. The logo also means they can be connected to an HD digital box through an HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cable. Visit HD Ready to view a database of 'HD Ready' televisions.

I have an 'HD Ready' television. Does that mean I will automatically receive HD services when they start?

No. 'HD Ready' just means that the screen has sufficient resolution to display high definition pictures. You will still need the right kind of receiver, which will be included in the digital box from your HD service provider, whether satellite or cable."

I hope this helps clear up the confusion surrounding the phrase? :thumbsup:

dink;3888318

I became curious about the meaning of the phrase "HD ready" after … I became curious about the meaning of the phrase "HD ready" after following this thread. I looked up the BBC site (they should know what's what!) and this is what I found:"What does the 'HD Ready' logo on a television mean?Televisions can carry the 'HD Ready' logo when the display screen has enough pixels to be able to display a high definition picture properly. To qualify they must also be capable of displaying pictures with either 720 or 1080 horizontal lines. The logo also means they can be connected to an HD digital box through an HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cable. Visit HD Ready to view a database of 'HD Ready' televisions.I have an 'HD Ready' television. Does that mean I will automatically receive HD services when they start?No. 'HD Ready' just means that the screen has sufficient resolution to display high definition pictures. You will still need the right kind of receiver, which will be included in the digital box from your HD service provider, whether satellite or cable."I hope this helps clear up the confusion surrounding the phrase? :thumbsup:


Yes that is what I said.

would comet/dixons/pc world pricematch this? if so, then its a run-a-way bargin..

John Lewis will price match and you'll get a free 5 year warranty from them.

you would get £200 off from PC world as they have it listed as £3914.

dink;3887918

If I hook this up to my Tomtom One, could I use it as a sat nav? … If I hook this up to my Tomtom One, could I use it as a sat nav? :roll:Seriously though, according to the following article, posted elsewhere on HUKDs, buying ANY HDTV before February or March is a very bad move! Link follows:http://www2.tbo.com/content/2008/dec/14/bz-put-dreams-of-a-new-hdtv-on-pause/Hope this saves some tears when the prices start to tumble.... :thumbsup:



Did ANYONE read the link I posted earlier? You are going to flush a lot of money down the pan - all for the want of a few months waiting! :roll:

58 inches is the same width that I currently have my projector screen running with!!! Or to put it another way, its 2 inches short of five feet!

I do understand the comment about the common uses of 'HD ready' and 'full HD' though. Cheaper TV's seem to use 'HD ready' to show that it is actually a HD TV, even though it can only cope with 720i. Then the better TV's seem to be using 'full HD' to differentiate themselves from the 'riff raff'....

I know its not the written definitions of HD TV's, but its enough to confuse Mr and Mrs average into thinking a £150 TV from Sainsburys is just as good as the latest Sony Bravia.

Jefft;3888416

Yes that is what I said.



You certainly did - but the Beeb's accent was nicer! :p:-D

dink;3888628

Did ANYONE read the link I posted earlier? You are going to flush a lot … Did ANYONE read the link I posted earlier? You are going to flush a lot of money down the pan - all for the want of a few months waiting! :roll:



but what about factoring in the exchange rate?

With the pound so weak won't the prices of TVs actually rise in the short term?

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