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Panasonic TX-P50G20B - 50" Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV, Freeview HD & Freesat HD - £649 Delivered @ Amazon
Panasonic TX-P50G20B - 50" Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV, Freeview HD & Freesat HD - £649 Delivered @ Amazon

Panasonic TX-P50G20B - 50" Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV, Freeview HD & Freesat HD - £649 Delivered @ Amazon

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New VIERA NeoPDP Plasma TV

(Obviously without £20+ Quidco that the Dixons deal has but apparently some people prefer Amazon)

Deep blacks and breathtaking clarity result in a more powerful viewing experience ideal for sports, movies and gaming. And because they also have Freeview HD built in, you’ll be able to catch the best of this summer’s High Definition sporting action subscription free, as well as your favourite soaps, dramas and documentaries in full HD glory.

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voted hot dont forget Nectar points people

Super hot, considering the 42" model cost me £600 a few months back

So these are the 2011 product ranges right? I'm due for an upgrade soon, might want to wait for some reviees first though.

Good deal though, £650 for new product range.

This is the 2010 version. It's the G30 that will be the 2011 version. The G30 will not have Freesat HD mind so am getting this one. The reviews are really good. Previous post here hotukdeals.com/dea…952

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jalaldevil

So these are the 2011 product ranges right? I'm due for an upgrade soon, … So these are the 2011 product ranges right? I'm due for an upgrade soon, might want to wait for some reviees first though.Good deal though, £650 for new product range.




nope the G30's are out end of the month, early next month

but will be around the £1200 mark, not worth it IMO but then again I never get the absolute latest hardware

this is a cracking TV and because the G30's out very soon, this has taken a big price drop

although the V20's are still in the £1200 range as Panasonic havent got a replacement out in the near future

Amazing Deal, Bought the V20 6 months ago for £1250 ish but now wish I had waited !! Hey Ho

They never seem to have the 46" on offer, which is possibly a good thing I suppose....

I'm due for an upgrade. I'm just a bit concerned about the burn in on these sets because I hook up my computer to my TV. Is this a valid concern?

These will drop further.

Cracking TV for the price..... still makes me sick I paid £1200 for my 32" LCD 6 years ago....

Cracking deal

great price love panasonic tvs

Does anyone know where you can pick up the 42" or 46" for reasonable money?

I think a 50" would be overkill in my lounge, plus I don't want to spend that much.

jonathanmusto

Cracking TV for the price..... still makes me sick I paid £1200 for my … Cracking TV for the price..... still makes me sick I paid £1200 for my 32" LCD 6 years ago....


if it wasnt for people like u, the technology wont grow this far so cheer up

martyn_3000

Does anyone know where you can pick up the 42" or 46" for reasonable … Does anyone know where you can pick up the 42" or 46" for reasonable money?I think a 50" would be overkill in my lounge, plus I don't want to spend that much.




Yeah I'm the same - great deal but would prefer 42

I can see these dropping further too.
Panasonic will not allow their own old models competing with their new line up.
I can also see John Lewis dropping soon with a 5 year warranty included.

I got the 42 from amazon for about £579 before christmas. The First one went back as it buzzed mega loud! The second one is fine. 1080p blu-rays look amazing.

what is the duration of the warranty if anyone knows ?

I have the 2009 model P42G15 which I bought for £699.00 and I have to say it it blows away any other TV I have seen. The picture quality, colours and blacks are so natural it looks like your watching through a window. This is the 2010 model it should be even better than the G15.
Edited by: "MrGamer123" 23rd Mar 2011

Scorching hot. Shame I don't have the room for this. Fingers crossed the 42 comes down as sharply soon

Anyone want to share there settings as been told the standard ones not very good cheers

Noooo Amazon have dropped the price now. must....not...buy.......

Re TV's - really think people should be looking at 5 yr warranties OR would you be happy arguing the case to get fixed for free re possible rights. The accidental damage and warranty cover at Amazon looks good and cheap enough when I glanced BUT personally I would wait for M&S sale or JL sale (forget scam price match) and think that the 42" G20 was £560 with 5 Yr warranty last month. Problem is - is their any stock?

alera

Noooo Amazon have dropped the price now. must....not...buy.......



That is exactly how Amazon work - just constantly check prices and price match....

bargainhunter666

Re TV's - really think people should be looking at 5 yr warranties OR … Re TV's - really think people should be looking at 5 yr warranties OR would you be happy arguing the case to get fixed for free re possible rights. The accidental damage and warranty cover at Amazon looks good and cheap enough when I glanced BUT personally I would wait for M&S sale or JL sale (forget scam price match) and think that the 42" G20 was £560 with 5 Yr warranty last month. Problem is - is their any stock?



Agree- getting an extended warranty is really prudent....

Tempting, though i think its a little too big for my room.

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pc_tech86

These will drop further.



you wont get this for much under £500 this year,

prices on everything will always drop further..all the time...eventually


Edited by: "TobiRIP" 23rd Mar 2011

I would always get bigger, its amazing how quickly a TV blends into a room. When i first got my 42 incher out (oooerr) it looked huge but now it seems to fit fine.

seems excellent deal might indulge but i was thiking about a projector in 2 minds now..

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antonio1

Agree- getting an extended warranty is really prudent....



Warranty's are overrated, our family has had 15 or more LCD', Monitors and Plasmas over the last 7 or so years....not one breakdown or repair in that time

if its £50-100 ok yes, but a repair can cost that and the chances of that breaking down again (after the repair warranty) is sooo minimal

some people are just a bit too cautious sometimes


Edited by: "TobiRIP" 23rd Mar 2011

Richard27

Warranty's are overrated, our family has had 15 or more LCD', Monitors … Warranty's are overrated, our family has had 15 or more LCD', Monitors and Plasmas over the last 7 or so years....not one breakdown or repair in that timeif its £50-100 ok yes, but a repair can cost that and the chances of that breaking down again (after the repair warranty) is sooo minimalsome people are just a bit too cautious



Depends on the price point. If you are shelling out £1500 then £150 for a 5 year warranty (or paying £150 more to get it from M&S or JL) is prudent as your downside is £1500. Paying £150 on a £350 TV is stupid. RS at 10% is about on the button I think.

Excellent TV, smashing price (not literally..)!

martyn_3000

Does anyone know where you can pick up the 42" or 46" for reasonable … Does anyone know where you can pick up the 42" or 46" for reasonable money?I think a 50" would be overkill in my lounge, plus I don't want to spend that much.




snap

bargainhunter666

Re TV's - really think people should be looking at 5 yr warranties OR … Re TV's - really think people should be looking at 5 yr warranties OR would you be happy arguing the case to get fixed for free re possible rights. The accidental damage and warranty cover at Amazon looks good and cheap enough when I glanced BUT personally I would wait for M&S sale or JL sale (forget scam price match) and think that the 42" G20 was £560 with 5 Yr warranty last month. Problem is - is their any stock?



I think the G20 is being replaced March/April with a newer model so it will be people with old stock getting rid of them.

42" G20 was £560 with 5 Yr warranty last month - wish I had seen that

Kaprikawn

I'm due for an upgrade. I'm just a bit concerned about the burn in on … I'm due for an upgrade. I'm just a bit concerned about the burn in on these sets because I hook up my computer to my TV. Is this a valid concern?




yeah also would like to know do plasmas still suffer from screenburns?

is plasma better or the newer LCD/LED? or wait for an offer on a 3D TV?

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3.1415926

Depends on the price point. If you are shelling out £1500 then £150 for a … Depends on the price point. If you are shelling out £1500 then £150 for a 5 year warranty (or paying £150 more to get it from M&S or JL) is prudent as your downside is £1500. Paying £150 on a £350 TV is stupid. RS at 10% is about on the button I think.



indeed,but with this TV? and a reliable make like Panny it sint worth worrying about, maybe im lucky just maybe I just look after my stuff, maybe im a bit of both

My current £900 Sony has a 5 year warranty with JL, but I only got that cause it was only £60 more than the cheapest,

what price do you reckon the price of the 46" will drop to?

Brought mine from Dixons last week and just got delivered today, all I can say that it is a fantastic TV and picture quality. Well worth the £649 price and some... Nothing compares to Panasonic build quality versus problems I have had with Samsung & LG

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tjs79

Brought mine from Dixons last week and just got delivered today, all I … Brought mine from Dixons last week and just got delivered today, all I can say that it is a fantastic TV and picture quality. Well worth the £649 price and some... Nothing compares to Panasonic build quality versus problems I have had with Samsung & LG



yes mine got delivered yesterday form Dixons, Im comparing this with the KDL46EX713 I got from JL at the moment

cracking tv

Edited by: "TobiRIP" 23rd Mar 2011
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