Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B + 5 Year Warranty £699.95 INSTORE ONLY - House of Fraser/Tec7
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Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B + 5 Year Warranty £699.95 INSTORE ONLY - House of Fraser/Tec7

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Found 28th Nov 2009
Not sure when this expires but a cracking deal considering prices elsewhere. I looked on the website but is £100 more.

I noticed a few good deals but could only remember this one.

Here are the specs

Full HD Plasma
5 year warranty included
G10 Series New Generation Panel
600Hz Image Frame Creation Pro
1080p Moving Picture resolution
Vreal Pro 4 Engine
Infinite black contrast
Freesat built-in
Eco Panel
HDMI x 3

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£549 or approx £525 ish with the 5% discount code floating around at comet

How is it £549 at comet? I just looked and it was £799.99

REXISMYDOG;7036077

£549 or approx £525 ish with the 5% discount code floating around at comet



I wish...you musthave been looking at the wrong model.

he is probably getting mixed with the "S" or "X" ( Can't remember which one!) series of Panasonic plasma.

for a 42" G10 that is an excellent price with 5 yrs warranty!

[FONT=Arial]£816 with Blu ray player from John Lewis:
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[FONT=Arial]But still a good price without, heat added![/FONT]

Awesam;7036795

he is probably getting mixed with the "S" or "X" ( Can't remember which … he is probably getting mixed with the "S" or "X" ( Can't remember which one!) series of Panasonic plasma.for a 42" G10 that is an excellent price with 5 yrs warranty!



he is actually a she !!!!! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

no good, 46 was on deal for 750 .. they need to do better than that

Might be worth reading this thread from AVForums this weekend for those considering a 'G' series Panny. In short, the comparisons concluded there is no benefit to be had over the cheaper 'X' series, indeed some considerable drawbacks.

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lpjones;7038288

Might be worth reading this thread from AVForums this weekend for those … Might be worth reading this thread from AVForums this weekend for those considering a 'G' series Panny. In short, the comparisons concluded there is no benefit to be had over the cheaper 'X' series, indeed some considerable drawbacks.http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/1134608-anyone-want-me-do-some-comparison-tests-between-g10-x10.html



His findings are very intruiging and my thoughts on getting a G10 are all to pot.

jonhoggy;7039816

His findings are very intruiging and my thoughts on getting a G10 are all … His findings are very intruiging and my thoughts on getting a G10 are all to pot.




I ordered a 50" G 10 last saturday morning, went back into the shop on Sunday and cancelled.. just not convinced that the SD peformance is up to that of the X10, given that 90% of our viewing is SD......... Im afraid I am stuck in analysis paralysis mode:thinking:

the problem with buying a bit of tech (which is outdated as soon as it hits the shops) is that if you look closely enough there will be something that will make you unhappy. the only true proof is ownership.

I took weeks deciding on a tv by reading over analysed reviews. I went for an lcd lg lf7700 and had to return it as picture on sd was terrible. I now have the panasonic 46 inch G10, and it is awesome, looks great on sd, looks great for blu rays and great for games. I have all the settings turned down to 'break in' the plasma screen and it still looks great. I own it and recommend it.
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