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Panasonic TX-P42GT20B - 42" - 3D, Freeview HD & Freesat HD, Plasma TV - £699.99 @ Play Sold By Hyperfi
Panasonic TX-P42GT20B - 42" - 3D, Freeview HD & Freesat HD,  Plasma TV - £699.99 @ Play Sold By Hyperfi

Panasonic TX-P42GT20B - 42" - 3D, Freeview HD & Freesat HD, Plasma TV - £699.99 @ Play Sold By Hyperfi

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Seems a good price for getting into 3D.

In depth review here - avforums.com/rev…tml

Viera Full HD 3D NeoPDP
600Hz
High Contrast filter
THX Display
Freeview & Freesat HD tuners built-in
5M:1 native contrast
Viera Cast

11 Comments

Decent, but not earth shattering review. I will wait on the reviews for the recently release samsung + 43" entry level 3D TV before deciding if it is worth paying over £200 more for this model.

Play trade aren't allowed

mod

If a company is already an established merchant on HUKD ie as in this case Hyperfi then we allow PlayTrade / Amazon Marketplace deals. If they are not already an established merchant on HUKD then we look at things like feedback, ratings, reviews to look at whether a deal is suitable for posting on HUKD.

Ok didn't realise that, so this is a reputable company? As that is a great price but I've never heard of them
Edited by: "souljacker" 2nd Apr 2011

Great tv and well reviewed. I should know, I spent long enough checking out reviews before buying one a month ago - but for substantially more than this. Great TV and stunning at this price.

andywedge

If a company is already an established merchant on HUKD ie as in this … If a company is already an established merchant on HUKD ie as in this case Hyperfi then we allow PlayTrade / Amazon Marketplace deals. If they are not already an established merchant on HUKD then we look at things like feedback, ratings, reviews to look at whether a deal is suitable for posting on HUKD.



is there a list of 'established merchant's then?

Yeah I'd like to know how these become established as they have some great prices on TVs but I'm really not sure if I should risk buying from them
Edited by: "souljacker" 2nd Apr 2011

is it time to buy 3D? or wait till the ones without the specs come out?

I'd been interested in this one for a while, undecided to go for this of one of the great g20 deals...

Non-3D would this be exactly the same as the g20's?

I'm only keen on 3D so I don't miss the boat for 3D gaming in the next few years... (if it takes off at all)

Just a warning to anyone buying this just for 3D, that the glasses are about £100... Currys/Dixons doing the tv with 2 pairs of glasses, and a panasonic 3d blueray player for £999 if you are looking for all that.

blowbrown

Decent, but not earth shattering review. I will wait on the reviews for … Decent, but not earth shattering review. I will wait on the reviews for the recently release samsung + 43" entry level 3D TV before deciding if it is worth paying over £200 more for this model.


do you know what the part number for these new tvs are?

do you know what the part number for these new tvs are?



New models end with 30 instead of 20


is it time to buy 3D? or wait till the ones without the specs come out?



You'll be waiting a long time
Edited by: "bassface" 28th Apr 2011
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