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Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10 + 5 year guarantee £758 @ Costco
Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10 + 5 year guarantee  £758 @ Costco

Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10 + 5 year guarantee £758 @ Costco

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he premium Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10 42" Full HD Plasma TV will impress even the most critical viewers with its amazing image quality and sophisticated design.

* 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast
* 600hz
* Freesat HD tuner
* 3x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1x PC
* V Real Pro 4 Image technology

* NICAM stereo sound
* SD card reader for Photos
* Available in 50"
* Viera Link - 1 remote for all components
* Line input

20 Comments

Voted cold, if the model number is correct it's grey import and you could have problems with manufacturers warranty.

TX-P42G10B is the UK version.

costco's return policy, customer service and 5 year gurantee are all excellent and I would rather purchase from Costco than almost any other supplier. Voted HOT.

Luggworm;6477748

...you could have problems with manufacturers warranty



Not with Costco.
Anyone who shops in Costco knows that their waranty is second to none. If this thing went wrong in 4 years and 11 months time, Costco would just give you a full refund.
Anyone here on HUKD that have returned goods to Costco would hopefully agree.

Voted hot.

Edit: manufacturers guarantee would only be 1 year only anyway, an even then after 28 days you would only get a repair if bought from somewhere other then Costco.

Luggworm;6477748

Voted cold, if the model number is correct it's grey import and you could … Voted cold, if the model number is correct it's grey import and you could have problems with manufacturers warranty.TX-P42G10B is the UK version.



At Costco you do not have to rely on the Manufacturers Guarantee; Costco deals with all Warranty issues and they are absolutely brilliant. They have a Freephone Technical Support for the duration of the full FIVE years. In any case they have such buying powers they have special arrangement with all major Manufacturers anyway.

I wish people wouldn't vote cold without getting their facts straight.

So hot from me.:roll:

Joynul;6477794

........If this thing went wrong in 4 years and 11 months time, Costco … ........If this thing went wrong in 4 years and 11 months time, Costco would just give you a full refund......



This is not the case anymore. Refund is available for the first 90 Days. After that you call their dedicated freephone concierge service and they will deal with all technical issues, including arranging for Engineer visits etc. However, if they cannot repair to your satisfaction, they will offer a full refund regardless of how old the TV is.

Having said that I would take a Costo warranty over any other warranty in the world, bar none, it is that good; absolutely hassle free.

Just seen this at Costco today am not sure on getting this or the Samsung LE40B650 LCD that has an extra hdmi and usb... any tips on which one to choose? btw the model number for this Panny is TX-P42G10B not E!!!!

Saw this today, bought the same set last week for £740 but didn't have the 5yr guarantee.... hot from me!

Looks like the TX-P42G10E could be better than the GB version. It has control over User-accessible gamma control and white balance.

whatever that means...

Joynul;6477794

Not with Costco. .....Edit: manufacturers guarantee would only be 1 year … Not with Costco. .....Edit: manufacturers guarantee would only be 1 year only anyway, an even then after 28 days you would only get a repair if bought from somewhere other then Costco.



Consumer law gives greater protection than 1 year, if you would reasonably expect a product to last longer, or if there was an inherent construction/design fault etc.

Original Poster

sorry yes it is the british version

Original Poster

mc stoney go for the panny g10, all the reviews i have read(and i have read them all) rate this as the better choice.

Original Poster

that is true we get the short straw in the uk , but the one at costco which is the the b is still very good

I paid £875 for my 42" a couple of months back, with panasonics 5 year warranty.
Cracking TV.

Anyone know if the satelite tunner has DisEqC switching? and what version?

Ive had a quick google but cant find anything?

Im off to costco now to have a look!

not got any at lakeside costcos, only 46" & 50" ones, to big for me

cmf;6479922

mc stoney go for the panny g10, all the reviews i have read(and i have … mc stoney go for the panny g10, all the reviews i have read(and i have read them all) rate this as the better choice.



Cheers mate.. can you point me to any reviews please if u dnt mind.. the only wun ive read is the one on ]HDTVtest... Can anyone who already is using this tv tell me how is the panny is interms of handling non HD signals i.e. Freeview and the Digital services from Virgin Media coz from the review on ]HDTVtest they say it dosent handle this signals well...

Mc Stoney;6492936

Cheers mate.. can you point me to any reviews please if u dnt mind.. the … Cheers mate.. can you point me to any reviews please if u dnt mind.. the only wun ive read is the one on ]HDTVtest... Can anyone who already is using this tv tell me how is the panny is interms of handling non HD signals i.e. Freeview and the Digital services from Virgin Media coz from the review on ]HDTVtest they say it dosent handle this signals well...




Check on AVF avforums.com/for…tml
AVF also done there own review, i'll see if i can find it. :thinking:
We use VM non HD stuff and i must say the pic quality is better than we were expecting plus it gets even better over time. We've not got freeview or Freesat so can not comment.
For £758 its a steal. :whistling:

Edit: Here's AVF's review. avforums.com/rev…tml

Original Poster

Mc Stoney;6492936

Cheers mate.. can you point me to any reviews please if u dnt mind.. the … Cheers mate.. can you point me to any reviews please if u dnt mind.. the only wun ive read is the one on ]HDTVtest... Can anyone who already is using this tv tell me how is the panny is interms of handling non HD signals i.e. Freeview and the Digital services from Virgin Media coz from the review on ]HDTVtest they say it dosent handle this signals well...



techradar.com/rev…iew

whathifi.com/Rev…10/

trustedreviews.com/tvs…/p1

hdtvorg.co.uk/rev…htm

judderman;6494142

Check on AVF … Check on AVF http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/1078404-panasonic-g10-owners-thread-part-5-a.htmlAVF also done there own review, i'll see if i can find it. :thinking:We use VM non HD stuff and i must say the pic quality is better than we were expecting plus it gets even better over time. We've not got freeview or Freesat so can not comment.For £758 its a steal. :whistling:Edit: Here's AVF's review. http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Panasonic-TX-P42G10-Review.html




cmf;6499722

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/panasonic-tx-p46g10-597309/reviewhttp://whathifi.com/Review/Panasonic-TX-P42G10/http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/05/13/Panasonic-Viera-TX-P42G10-42in-Plasma-TV/p1http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/plasma/panasonic_TX-p42g10.htm








thanks 4 ya help. should be gettin the tele on weekend =]
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