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Panasonic TX-P37X20B 37" 100Hz Plasma TV £369.07 @ Amazon
Panasonic TX-P37X20B 37" 100Hz Plasma TV £369.07 @ Amazon

Panasonic TX-P37X20B 37" 100Hz Plasma TV £369.07 @ Amazon

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This is a good value TV by Panasonic who make some excellent Plasma sets. There's some good reviews of it around Amazon and elsewhere on the internet as well.

Price is £369.07 at Amazon including free super saver delivery, seems to be by far the cheapest price at the moment.

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Cracking set, don't be bothered about the TV being HD ready, at this size you can't tell, plus side by side next to a Full HD LCD set this actually looks better

Panosonic are the best Hot!

Superb TV. Not a lot changed from the 37PX10, but it is a superb set, perfect if a lot of your tv watching will be from freeview as well as HD movie watching.

What is great about this TV is that it has 720 pixels vertically, so there is no re-scaling for the tv picture, unlike others which are 768, so you get a crisper image. [The TV does have 720 pixels, have a look at the manual rather than what retailers say - they just 'assume' its 768 like the others]

Panasonic are renowned to be better TVs and have better quality than their korean counterparts, these newer Plasmas break the mould of the stereotypes for being too expensive, running too warm (no need for fans), use up too much electricity.

Just a note, that whilst LCDs have a response time of between 2-8ms grey to grey, Plasmas which work in a totally different manner achieve 0.01ms!!! Colour reproduction on plasmas tends to be more natural and there is no viewing angle problems as you get with LCD.

£370 is a billy bargain

Hot from me.

stezo2k

Cracking set, don't be bothered about the TV being HD ready, at this size … Cracking set, don't be bothered about the TV being HD ready, at this size you can't tell, plus side by side next to a Full HD LCD set this actually looks better


depends how far away you are, i can tell the difference between 720 and 1080 on my 32 but my living room is very small.

Great set, I've the 42" version of it and am delighted

Can anyone recomend a TV like this but with freesat HD?

Same price on Dixons but you'll also get 3% at quidco. Any voucher codes for Dixons?

1Jim0

Can anyone recomend a TV like this but with freesat HD?



Look for a Panasonic tv that has a letter G in the number in the place the X is in this.

But they are nearly double the price as they are the latest having both HD tuners for Freesat AND Freeview.
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Ok would you sugguest buying a TV like this one and then getting a Hummax Freesat box?

anyone got this set? know how reflective it is?

Not being much of a Techy can anyone tell me if this is better than the p37c2b also on amazon at the same price ?

bluesmudge

Not being much of a Techy can anyone tell me if this is better than the … Not being much of a Techy can anyone tell me if this is better than the p37c2b also on amazon at the same price ?



Yes it is.

yeahdj

anyone got this set? know how reflective it is?



It's not too bad for an entry level plasma, better than the LG equivalents. Whilst the AR filter isn't as good as in my PZ80, it's not the worst TV for it and I find it tolerable enough.
Edited by: "kharma45" 6th Sep 2010

Went in to Currys at the weekend to see what sets looked acceptable. This one (to my eyes) seemed pretty good. As is quite often the case with plasmas it wasn't as bright as some of the LCDs around it but as I still watch a number of SD broadcasts and watch a lot of sport I think plasma is my best option.

Banned

any good for a bit of xbox gaming? it seems plasmas are not as good for gaming then LCD/;LED's because of screen burn.
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