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Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B Plasma HD 1080p at John Lewis
Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B Plasma HD 1080p at John Lewis

Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B Plasma HD 1080p at John Lewis

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Wanted to buy one this morning on their website and the price suddenly dropped from 899 to 799 there are also offers with home cinema and Blue Ray player

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Better still, £868 with a Panasonic Blu-Ray player thrown in!

arhh...only if this was the V10, been after both but want the V10 more

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do you think should I get one with Blue Player or Home cinema?

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for that type of money I would buy the much better Sony

lorielan;6514409

do you think should I get one with Blue Player or Home cinema?



Difficult decision, they're both over £100 off the best prices online elsewhere. So I guess it depends whether you want to get into Blu-ray.

Peggy Bedford;6514436

for that type of money I would buy the much better Sony



Do Sony sell a 42" Full HD with built in FreeSat and a Blu-Ray player for that money?

GeoffAngela;6514474

Do Sony sell a 42" Full HD with built in FreeSat and a Blu-Ray player for … Do Sony sell a 42" Full HD with built in FreeSat and a Blu-Ray player for that money?



The Freesat is certainly an excellent bonus, plus I generally prefer the picture on Panasonic screens.

MBeeching;6514520

The Freesat is certainly an excellent bonus, plus I generally prefer the … The Freesat is certainly an excellent bonus, plus I generally prefer the picture on Panasonic screens.



So do I. I bought a 42X10 the other week, which isn't even full HD and the picture is phenomenal. Watching The Dark Knight on BD the other day, and the results were stunning.

I'm sure Sony simply don't produce a television of this specification at this price, and with a 5 year warranty as well. Unless someone knows better?

It's £728.90 on Amazon:
amazon.co.uk/-/d…GI2
This is obviously without the 5 year warranty.

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And it £709 delivered on Pixmania.today and tomorrow, using the discount code on this link

pixmania.co.uk/uk/…369

but for the sake of £20 I'd rather buy from Amazon as not only do they have great after sales service but in my experiance they also honer the statuate of limitations and your consumer rights outside of warranty.

It's £709.95 at Richer Sounds with standard warrranty and £780.90 with a 5year warranty.
It may be worth asking John Lewis to pricematch at £709.95.

slamdunkin;6516045

sony do plasma...you need to check before saying the first thing that … sony do plasma...you need to check before saying the first thing that comes into your mind.



No they don't - not any longer. It's just LG, Samsung and Panasonic.

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Yep My bad....still don't think they only make low end TV's though.

slamdunkin;6516156

Yep My bad....still don't think they only make low end TV's though.



Compared to a Plasma any LCD is low end :whistling:

Don't be fooled into thinking LCD is better and that's why Sony stopped making Plasma's. They stopped making Plasma's as it's too expensive.

LCD is WAY more profitable. This is why Sony dropped out of the Plasma market.

I have a suspicion that the Blu-Ray and Home Cinema packages are misprices. When you go to the product info it shows total packages prices of 968 and 998 but added to the basket they're a 868 and 898.

Home Cinema is now out of stock. But the BD package is brilliant value for money.

stubed;6514721

It's £728.90 on Amazon:http://www.amazon.co.uk/-/dp/B0020ZHGI2This is … It's £728.90 on Amazon:http://www.amazon.co.uk/-/dp/B0020ZHGI2This is obviously without the 5 year warranty.



bootle buck;6515622

It's £709.95 at Richer Sounds with standard warrranty and £780.90 with a 5 … It's £709.95 at Richer Sounds with standard warrranty and £780.90 with a 5year warranty.It may be worth asking John Lewis to pricematch at £709.95.



It doesn't matter about the warranty as under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, you are automatically covered for 6 years if your set breaks down and needs fixing. This is UK law and is worth far more than any poxy warranty that the manufacturers/retailers throw in...

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It's not automatic, it's subject to the statute of limitations which is up to 6 years depending on what the goods are.

not_the_messiah;6523177

It doesn't matter about the warranty as under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, … It doesn't matter about the warranty as under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, you are automatically covered for 6 years if your set breaks down and needs fixing. This is UK law and is worth far more than any poxy warranty that the manufacturers/retailers throw in...



As someone else said, its not automatic. For a lot of cases, you would probably have to take them to the small claims court in order to get them to pay out.
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