Panasonic TX-P65VT65B 65" Smart VIERA 3D Plasma TV £2599.00  Delivered @ Electrocentre
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Panasonic TX-P65VT65B 65" Smart VIERA 3D Plasma TV £2599.00 Delivered @ Electrocentre

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Found 30th May 2013
The RRP for this highly rated Panasonic plasma is around £3500, so this in my eyes is an absolute bargain.


Price increased to £2999.00, one left in stock.
- morgan314

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this TV is meant to be awesome!

Fantastic price and John Lewis usually price match Electrocentre!
Edited by: "marvaluss" 30th May 2013

Original Poster

nate49LS

this TV is meant to be awesome!


It certainly is. Check out this review... Review.

I will agree i bought the LG 65" last year for that price and glad i did. I feels as though i am immersed in the film/game or whatever i watch.

*drool*

OOS at JL

Heat from me... this price is a good deal for one of the best TV sets ever for movie lovers.
Edited by: "MrT04d" 30th May 2013

tubbyhubby

I will agree i bought the LG 65" last year for that price and glad i did. … I will agree i bought the LG 65" last year for that price and glad i did. I feels as though i am immersed in the film/game or whatever i watch.



An LG for the same price as this oO I bet you're kicking yourself now (_;)

I cant believe they've cur the price so quickly after release!

Super H O T

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".

Given heat, but price seems to good to be true!
Has anyone bought / ordered one at this price?

J_D

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".



Quality AND quantity.

J_D

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".



There is a big difference between a BUSH 60" (which I presume you got paying only £880.00?) and Panasonic Plasma TVs. Panasonic plasma display's have consistently been awarded reference level awards which is one of the highest you can get in the industry. No LED TV can ever match a top quality PLASMA such as these Pannys.

J_D

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".



Cold got a CRT for £50. Would not pay £830 more for LED.

J_D

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".



No you didn't. You got an LCD for £880.

TheChopper

Cold got a CRT for £50. Would not pay £830 more for LED.


Cold - found gum on bench for free, would not pay £50 more for CRT.

J_D

Cold got a 60" LED for £880. Would not pay £1800 more for 5".



I got a Snickers for £4. The big boy who sold me it said he paid £5 for it.

Amazing TV

Samsung LED fyi.

nivs123

Cold - found gum on bench for free, would not pay £50 more for CRT.



Cold - I found £50 in a park so I made a profit

Cracking TV!

avforums.com/rev…tml

The high end ZT model is only available in 60", so this is the best 65" TV Panasonic are offering this year.

I was looking at those Sharp 70" LED TVs for the same price the other day, but I think I'd rather spend my money on this.

plasma time, the kuro killers are here!

MrGamer123

Cold - I found £50 in a park so I made a profit


Thanks for the gum though!

You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant technology nowadays. There is a reason they have less than 5% market share. The power efficiency is terrible. Even if this TV was free you would still end up losing out due to the horrible electricity bills.

LCD >> plama.

I bought a house for £150,000 - this is WAY cheaper! HOT!

My understanding that this year's models will be Panasonic's final Plasma TV range.
I believe they are now pulling out of plasma.
whathifi.com/new…tvs

I guess they have taken plasma to its final limit and produced the best TV ever produced. The Pioneer Kuro killers.
It looks like Panasonic will be spending its R+D budgets on OLED from here on in.

I myself, would like to purchase the Panny GT60. Referred to as a reference quality TV, for the price of around £1300, that is a steal. £2.6k on a TV is a little bit much for me.

For those who love their LCD TVs (not LED, as LED TVs have not yet made an impact, commercially), I assure that there is no commercially available LCD TV on the market which can compete with the TV in this thread. Sony/Samsung had about 10 years to overtake Panasonic Plasma, for image quality and they simply couldnt do it. Every year I thought it would happen but it never did. And now that LCD makers are focusing more on Smart features/gimmicks rather than image quality, I guess it will never happen.

In a nutshell, if the only thing that matters to you is image quality, buy a TV from this year's Panasonic range. Nothing else even comes close.

DaveyJones123

You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant … You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant technology nowadays. LCD >> plama.



Please give me the model number of any 65" LCD TV, which comes close to the image quality offered by this TV.
I dare you (_;)

£2699 now.

DaveyJones123

You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant … You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant technology nowadays. There is a reason they have less than 5% market share. The power efficiency is terrible. Even if this TV was free you would still end up losing out due to the horrible electricity bills.LCD >> plama.



Think it might be time for you to do some more research. Yes they use more power, but not that much more with models of the last 3 years. Saying LCD > PlaSma is just laughable!

DaveyJones123

You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant … You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant technology nowadays. There is a reason they have less than 5% market share. The power efficiency is terrible. Even if this TV was free you would still end up losing out due to the horrible electricity bills.LCD >> plama.



Congratulations, you posted the most ill-informed comment on this thread...

£2899 now. My chance has gone.

DaveyJones123

You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant … You guys have to remember that plasma is pretty much a redudant technology nowadays. There is a reason they have less than 5% market share. The power efficiency is terrible. Even if this TV was free you would still end up losing out due to the horrible electricity bills.LCD >> plama.



Also don't forget that a Plasma's power consumption fluctuates depending on how hard it is having to work to produce the image, if it's a bright / white image then it has to work harder and more energy is consumed, if it's a dark image then less energy is needed. Where as an LED / CCFL back-lit LCD TV has the same constant drain as the backlight is always on and doesn't vary (unless you have an localised LED dimming set, then I would imagine it would vary slightly)

Cold, I can't spell LDC, LDE or CTR.

Not bad , I paid £1700 for a 42" Panasonic 7 years ago , will wait until 65" is the norm I think

When I finish paying for my speakers in January a nice 65" panny could just replace my Kuro

Cold... Way to small to put in my pool room. Also would you be able to hang these on plasterboard fittings?

£2999 now

J_D

Samsung LED fyi.



Talking about a samsung LED in the same conversation as a reference plasma is beyond numpty-ness

and two large cooling fans that actually make quite a bit of noise


from the review
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