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Panasonic Viera TX-P42X10E Plasma TV 42" £624 @Teleworld
Panasonic Viera TX-P42X10E Plasma TV 42" £624 @Teleworld

Panasonic Viera TX-P42X10E Plasma TV 42" £624 @Teleworld

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similar price here but £30 delivery on top,you do get a 3 year warranty included though so you pays ur money and takes your choice,

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bought the same set but the 37" version from digital direct and im very impressed with it, a very nice bit of kit:)

Got this tv on the dixons deal.
Great tv, picture is fantastic on sd channels, pc, hd rip, and dvd upscale, bluray.
All looks fantastic, no complaints. :thumbsup:

Banned

wonderful TV

Got the previous model. SD pictures don't get better than this. Don't bother spending any more on other tvs.

carleast;4706393

Got the previous model. SD pictures don't get better than this. Don't … Got the previous model. SD pictures don't get better than this. Don't bother spending any more on other tvs.



Hardly! If you have higher quality source equipment then you need a better TV - I think this is not full HD (I said 'think' before anyone jumps down my throat), and although I have a Panasonic myself I still think Pioneer make the best plasmas....

fair dos they do but at about twice the price - you wont get better than this for the money

carleast;4706393

Got the previous model. SD pictures don't get better than this. Don't … Got the previous model. SD pictures don't get better than this. Don't bother spending any more on other tvs.


Agreed!

This 768 vertical line TV including my 42'' PX80 often produce better Freeview quality than many 1080 sets and sitting at the recommended minimum viewing distance makes 1080 feeds into this TV as good as 1080 sets. Only Pioneer currently have the edge but you'll need to pay more.

I would only recommend 1080 42'' sets for anyone who sits closer than the manufacture's recommendations. Don't get sucked in to the 1080 hype even if you have bluray as a quality TV isn't all about resolution.

Original Poster

How is this only 90 degrees?
The previous best price on here was about £640 plus delivery on top of that?
That post got over 300 degrees?

scottc;4707136

Hardly! If you have higher quality source equipment then you need a … Hardly! If you have higher quality source equipment then you need a better TV - I think this is not full HD (I said 'think' before anyone jumps down my throat), and although I have a Panasonic myself I still think Pioneer make the best plasmas....



Pioneer does not make plasmas anymore.

Got one from Digital Direct. Superb TV. You will not get one better for the money.
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Pioneer are not going to be making TV's any more full stop as they are losing loads of money on that side of the business.:roll:

As mentioned don't be fooled by people telling you that you need 1080p as nothing apart from Blu Ray is broadcast in that resolution and probably won't be for the forseeable future and any upscaling will be detremental to the finished product. Bottom line if you are mainly viewing Digital TV you won't get a better more pleasing end result than 720p Plasma.*

*Though some would say that Panasonics previous generation was and still is better than this newer model in that regard.

I'll start with the usual nonsense that people trot out that have no clues about televisions and only repeat what they have read on google or some messageboard shall I?

But its not 1080p so therefore it must be absolutely rubbish. :roll:

If it was 1080p and 24p then it would be the greatest thing in the history of inventions. Simulteanously curing world hunger and the credit crunch and doing it all while displaying a crystal clear picture.

Honestly I wish people would do their own thinking and exploration with TVs rather than mindlessly believing marketing drivel.

I wonder what is the difference between P42X10B and P42X10E? Not much I'd guess!

raskar;4733880

I wonder what is the difference between P42X10B and P42X10E? Not much I'd … I wonder what is the difference between P42X10B and P42X10E? Not much I'd guess!



B means British
E means European
...as far as im aware.

Rubbish tele, wouldn't wipe my backside on it.

'Rubbish tele wouldn't wipe my backside on it'



Does that mean if it was a fantastic television you would????? !!!!!!

Each to their own I guess!!!!!!!!!!

makkax1;4734385

Rubbish tele, wouldn't wipe my backside on it.



Are you going to give a reason why you think its rubbish?

Design of the TV is awful, thick chunky glossy bezel, and HD doesn't amaze.

SD is excellent though, I have the 37" version and it gives a very satisfying picture with SD, natural colours, and a desirable clean picture. Sound is also said to be above normal for a flat TV, reading from reviews.

I would recommend the previous generation over this though (PX80B).

Remember, don't get the 'E' version, get the B, ,British. Otherwise Freeview might not work. I guess that's why this deal is voted not that hot.

We've got this TV at work right next to a 40" Samsung Series 6 and the colours and the sharpness look much better on the panny, if you ask me you don't need 1080p on a TV this size unless you sit right up to it.

According to the Panasonic rep these TVs implement the pure blacks that the Pioneers have which will explains why the blacks are so good. worth every penny if you ask me, brilliant TV

£899 now?

markelock;4734779

£899 now?



No, still £623.96 from where I'm sitting?

After being so desperate to get a HD tv, I bought an LG, LCD 42 " 1080p for at the time, almost a year ago, a decent price of £600, I was very happy with it, 24p was pretty poor, but apart from that gaming has been enjoyable and still is, I should also mention that at the time my experience of Plasma including Panasonic was not as good as LCD, however, a friend has just bought a brand new Panasonic Plasma and my opinion has changed, it is the 46 " one with freesat built in, and my god what a brilliant picture, both in SD and HD, so much so that I am thinking of relegating the 42" in the front room to the back room and going for this one instead. Just my opinion, this looks like a hot deal to me, heat added, but i am not 100 % sure on model numbers.

Any good deals on the 37" version of this?

Great tell, brought it about 3 weeks ago. Watched lost in HD from itunes and it looks fantastic, as does my Xbox and PS3. SD is great to.

sancho1983;4735116

Any good deals on the 37" version of this?



You can get it from Dixons for £544 delivered using the code 'MARCH20'. Link :thumbsup: Not sure if John Lewis price match against Dixons but if they do you get a 5 year warranty thrown in.

FYI: The b just denotes the model is supplied with a british 3 pin plug

sancho1983;4735116

Any good deals on the 37" version of this?

Richer sounds should have it in soon.....if the in shop price is the same as their web site you could get John Lewis to price match it & get the 5 year guarantee.
richersounds.com/sho…X10

kinetic;4738485

You can get it from Dixons for £544 delivered using the code 'MARCH20'. … You can get it from Dixons for £544 delivered using the code 'MARCH20'. Link :thumbsup: Not sure if John Lewis price match against Dixons but if they do you get a 5 year warranty thrown in.


John Lewis won't price match online stores...they used to but not anymore.
They will match shop prices but the item they are matching has to be in stock & the price has to be displayed, then they will price match.

Cheers.

craigthomas75;4723489

How is this only 90 degrees?The previous best price on here was about … How is this only 90 degrees?The previous best price on here was about £640 plus delivery on top of that?That post got over 300 degrees?



Because that's what people decided to give it....... just let things happen, it's not a competition......

scottc;4707136

Hardly! If you have higher quality source equipment then you need a … Hardly! If you have higher quality source equipment then you need a better TV - I think this is not full HD (I said 'think' before anyone jumps down my throat), and although I have a Panasonic myself I still think Pioneer make the best plasmas....



By all accounts Pioneer do indeed make the best plasmas but they are VERY expenmsive and will not be around much longer as Pioneer are exiting the TV market and closing their TV factory.
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