Panasonic TX-L42B6B 42ins Smart Full HD LED TV ASDA £399
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Panasonic TX-L42B6B 42ins Smart Full HD LED TV ASDA £399

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Found 28th Jul 2013
cheapest price around for a good tv. epg isnt great (warning), available online and instore

Panasonic TXL42B6B 42 LED TV Boasting a high quality Full HD screen and a Freeview HD tuner built into the set, the Panasonic Viera TX-L42B6B Full HD 42 LED TV offers ample entertainment for your living room. The 42 inch LED-backlit screen includes Panasonics latest Black Light Scanning technology to create seriously smooth motion, beautiful colours and incredible contrast now you can enjoy a truly special home viewing experience. Resolution 1920 x 1080 IPS LED panel 50Hz motion rate Freeview HD tuner V-Audio surround sound 2x HDMI ports USB media playback.

The IPS Panel has a unique liquid crystal alignment, resulting in wider viewing angle.

The neat, sleek form enabled by the edge LED backlights gracefully matches room interior.

Content stored in an SD card or USB memory stick can easily be played on VIERAs large screen. A wealth of customisation functions let you add background music and effects.

A high-brightness LED has been combined with an IPS Alpha panel that features high light transmission efficiency. Maximising inherent device advantages such as these has achieved clear images with rich black expression and low power consumption.

Prepheral devices can each be connected with a single HDMI cables. This also keeps the TV area neat and clean.

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£359.99 for the 39" at Argos

Original Poster

that's nice dear

£389.99 at Amazon.
That's nice dear.

Description says 'Freeview' but does not say 'Freeview HD', so describing this as 'Full HD' is a bit of a misnomer, really.

cick here
wood33pecker

Description says 'Freeview' but does not say 'Freeview HD', so describing … Description says 'Freeview' but does not say 'Freeview HD', so describing this as 'Full HD' is a bit of a misnomer, really.

You really need to look at the Amazon description. Asda have trouble describing a Turnip.
Edited by: "ferritmaster" 28th Jul 2013

Original Poster

ferritmaster

£389.99 at Amazon.That's nice dear.

that IS nice dear

Has it got freeview hd tuner ?

does this not have free view hd ? the spec on the Argos web site has the 39 version of this tv as having hd free view

Original Poster

Panasonic TXL42B6B 42 LED TV Boasting a high quality Full HD screen and a Freeview HD tuner built into the set, the Panasonic Viera TX-L42B6B Full HD 42 LED TV offers ample entertainment for your living room. The 42 inch LED-backlit screen includes Panasonics latest Black Light Scanning technology to create seriously smooth motion, beautiful colours and incredible contrast now you can enjoy a truly special home viewing experience. Resolution 1920 x 1080 IPS LED panel 50Hz motion rate Freeview HD tuner V-Audio surround sound 2x HDMI ports USB media playback.

The IPS Panel has a unique liquid crystal alignment, resulting in wider viewing angle.

The neat, sleek form enabled by the edge LED backlights gracefully matches room interior.

Content stored in an SD card or USB memory stick can easily be played on VIERAs large screen. A wealth of customisation functions let you add background music and effects.

A high-brightness LED has been combined with an IPS Alpha panel that features high light transmission efficiency. Maximising inherent device advantages such as these has achieved clear images with rich black expression and low power consumption.

Peripheral devices can each be connected with a single HDMI cables. This also keeps the TV area neat and clean.

wood33pecker

Description says 'Freeview' but does not say 'Freeview HD', so describing … Description says 'Freeview' but does not say 'Freeview HD', so describing this as 'Full HD' is a bit of a misnomer, really.



A TV could be 'Full HD' without having Freeview HD built in. All Full HD means is that the set is capable of 1080p output - the source could be from an external device like a games console or a Blu-Ray player.

Also, the official spec sheet (panasonic.co.uk/htm…rue) mentions DVB-T2 in the tuner list, strongly suggesting it has Freeview HD.

Edited by: "shaahs" 28th Jul 2013

Russonf

Panasonic TXL42B6B 42 LED TV Boasting a high quality Full HD screen and a … Panasonic TXL42B6B 42 LED TV Boasting a high quality Full HD screen and a Freeview HD tuner built into the set, the Panasonic Viera TX-L42B6B Full HD 42 LED TV offers ample entertainment for your living room. The 42 inch LED-backlit screen includes Panasonics latest Black Light Scanning technology to create seriously smooth motion, beautiful colours and incredible contrast now you can enjoy a truly special home viewing experience. Resolution 1920 x 1080 IPS LED panel 50Hz motion rate Freeview HD tuner V-Audio surround sound 2x HDMI ports USB media playback.The IPS Panel has a unique liquid crystal alignment, resulting in wider viewing angle.The neat, sleek form enabled by the edge LED backlights gracefully matches room interior.Content stored in an SD card or USB memory stick can easily be played on VIERAs large screen. A wealth of customisation functions let you add background music and effects.A high-brightness LED has been combined with an IPS Alpha panel that features high light transmission efficiency. Maximising inherent device advantages such as these has achieved clear images with rich black expression and low power consumption.Peripheral devices can each be connected with a single HDMI cables. This also keeps the TV area neat and clean.

c.f. guess that's a yes then !

This definitely has freeview HD built in, I have the 39" model and it has BBC1, 2, ITV and 4 on HD.

filthycatbox

This definitely has freeview HD built in, I have the 39" model and it has … This definitely has freeview HD built in, I have the 39" model and it has BBC1, 2, ITV and 4 on HD.

thinking of getting the 39 " version , you happy with it ?

An amazing price for this spec, and a Panasonic to boot. If I didn't already have a 39" Panasonic then I'd definitely be getting this one.

jimbeckwith98

thinking of getting the 39 " version , you happy with it ?



Yes, very. I'm used to Sony tvs , but they are seriously lagging behind these Panasonic ones at the moment. I picked it up from Sainsburys for £320, and it's one of the best deals around at the moment. Even at £360 I'd say go for it, once you've calibrated it right you'll be very impressed for the price. The blacks are spot on, and the sound is better than any low range soundbar I've heard.

filthycatbox

Yes, very. I'm used to Sony tvs , but they are seriously lagging behind … Yes, very. I'm used to Sony tvs , but they are seriously lagging behind these Panasonic ones at the moment. I picked it up from Sainsburys for £320, and it's one of the best deals around at the moment. Even at £360 I'd say go for it, once you've calibrated it right you'll be very impressed for the price. The blacks are spot on, and the sound is better than any low range soundbar I've heard.

cheers :-)

incorrect information on asda website. THIS is a just a normal TV not SMART TV!!

What's a 50hz panel like for gaming and sports? I'd be tempted to pay a little extra for this 100hz...

amazon.co.uk/Sam…+tv

This is a bottom end Panasonic. Not really worthy of the name, add to that only 50hz and not SMART it's not really for me. Pay a bit more and get a mid range LG.

El Duderino

What's a 50hz panel like for gaming and sports? I'd be tempted to pay a … What's a 50hz panel like for gaming and sports? I'd be tempted to pay a little extra for this 100hz...http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE42F5000AKXXU-42-inch-Widescreen-1080p/dp/B00BTG8AR4/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1375048216&sr=1-1&keywords=samsung+42+led+tv



For gaming/sports plasma tv's are the way forward imo, especially Panasonic plasma's

jimbeckwith98

£359.99 for the 39" at Argos



Could someone post a link for this tv or tell me the model number please ?

I'll hazard a guess - something like - TX-L39B6B ?

Same price in Tesco & Amazon

ferritmaster

cick hereYou really need to look at the Amazon description. Asda have … cick hereYou really need to look at the Amazon description. Asda have trouble describing a Turnip.



What is a turnip
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