Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT20B Plasma 3D TV, 42", freesat/Freeview with FREE Blu-ray Player & Glasses £1199 @ John Lewis
Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT20B Plasma 3D TV, 42", freesat/Freeview with FREE Blu-ray Player & Glasses £1199 @ John Lewis

Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT20B Plasma 3D TV, 42", freesat/Freeview with FREE Blu-ray Player & Glasses £1199 @ John Lewis

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Debate the 3D thing if you must! A cracking t.v that I have been waiting to drop. You have to see the picture in the flesh to appreciate!

Excellent price for the package and of course the J.L gaurentee!

The remarkable Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT20B brings you brilliant pictures in 2D and 3D and provides access to subscription free high definition TV via built-in freesat and Freeview HD tuners.

To watch Freeview HD broadcasts you’ll need to check that you can receive it in your area. Click here to find out more about Freeview HD.

To enjoy freesat broadcasts you will need a dish and cabling installed. freesat does not require a contract or a subscription – just a one-off payment for your dish and installation. To organise installation, please visit or call one of our shops. Click here to find out more about freesat.

The TX-P42GT20B uses innovative 3D NeoPDP technology to bring you an incredibly immersive experience when watching 3D content. This includes the ‘Frame Sequential’ method which sends a Full HD image to each eye individually, controlled by the 3D Active glasses (available separately). This means images for each eye are reproduced in their full resolution.

Its state-of-the-art technology gives amazing picture quality in 2D as well. The 600Hz Intelligent Frame Creation provides fantastic resolution even during fast moving scenes – something football fans and film buffs will both appreciate.

This TV is a great choice for movies thanks to its THX Certification.THX reproduces film images exactly as the film's creators intended them. The overall aim was to improve the experience of cinema-goers and faithfully recreate the audio and visual ambience that filmmakers intended. The 4 HDMI sockets allow you to hook-up your Blu-ray player, PVRs and games consoles with ease.

Thanks to the VieraCast feature you can access websites such as YouTube and Picasa by connecting the set to the internet. As more VieraCast optimised sites become available it’s easy to add them via the onscreen menu. And let’s not forget that the TX-P42GT20B is also DNLA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatible. This enables you to access your photos and movies from a compatible device such as your PC across your home network. For instance, you could play your friends the latest DivX movie you’ve just downloaded, even though your computer is upstairs in the spare bedroom.

The TX-P42GT20B is also capable of playing footage straight from your camcorder in high-definition mode and you can view a slideshow of your photos - just remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in the slot.

Full HD 1080p
1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed “progressively” or all at once, rather than in an “interlaced” fashion.

3D Blu-ray Player: Experience the thrill of movies in 3D with the Panasonic DMP-BDT100EG. Connect to your 3D TV and you’ll feel like you’re in the thick of the action. Its vibrant colour reproduction will faithfully render the original quality of each 3D image.

The impressive Panasonic DMP-BDT100EG knows how to get the best from 2D Blu-ray discs too. The PHL Reference Chroma processor reproduces the colour data with twice the accuracy of conventional systems to keep the colours faithful and sharp. It’s also compatible with the 4:4:4 high precision processing system on high-end Viera TVs which recreates images with the original film quality to further enhance the movie.


Going to get very hot.

I am on the verge of buying a 3d telly. But thought that Samsung were the only affordable ones. This one knocks that belief. And when to buy is the critical question - will there be a big sale over the next 2 months? But this is an amazing deal. I just wish I was ready to purchase.


Yeah...my bad didn't see the blue ray on this deal.

sorry seen this tv in action and must say the sony hx 3d beats it hands down. If you want a 3d tv go to a retailer that has inhouse theatre and compare good hunting

How much does the Sony hx cost again....


How much does the Sony hx cost again....

got mine for £1099 with free sony bundle blu-ray player 2 glasses transmiter and five 3d blu ray dvds
heres part of a pro review
The best out-of-the-box 3D TV performer so far has been the Sony KDL-40HX803 3D LED LCD TV. On that display, white shades in 3D images retained their purity even after slipping the 3D glasses on, whereas on Panasonic’s 3D Displays, some extra calibration work is needed to minimise colour tints. Hopefully Panasonic can have their next 3D models sent through the newly established THX 3D Certification process

Was available for around £850 midnight yesterday (obviously a glitch), would have bought it if I had the money. Another guy can confirm this. Would hate to have to pay this price xD.

I bet the Sony LED suffers from a lot more crosstalk though (ghosting). I swapped to this Panasonic model a few weeks back after having an LG Led for a few days. There is too much ghosting on LED/LCD 3dtv's at the mo. They can't refresh their pixels quick enough.
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