Panasonic Viera TX-P50S30 Plasma HD 1080p TV £499.95 - JOHN LEWIS
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Panasonic Viera TX-P50S30 Plasma HD 1080p TV £499.95 - JOHN LEWIS

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Found 31st Jan 2012
Just noticed this and thought wow!!
£200 less than I paid in august for this TV and It's now an absoloute bargain.
Plus your free 5yr guarantee.
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This should be hot! 1080p 50 inch with freeview HD......... Heated OP
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I do apologise, how will you sleep tonight....
OldEnglish

This should be hot! 1080p 50 inch with freeview HD......... Heated OP



SMART TV too
OldEnglish

Are you sure about that though, looks like it on pic but can't see … Are you sure about that though, looks like it on pic but can't see anything about it anywhere else?



Yeah positive. It's called VIERA connect
^^^ Sorry mate deleted my comment after reading in the title that you had this tv lol.....Cheers OP very tempted at this sort of money
I'm looking for a replacement for Samsung LE46A686, any reviews on this one anywhere? Tempted
Dam, would get this only for me buying my first car this week
Just in time. Ordered and heated. Thanks.
hot from me. been holding off on buying a panasonic plasma since before xmas. Are the deals going to get better? or should i buy? would rather an ST or GT
hot from me. been holding off on buying a panasonic plasma since before xmas. Are the deals going to get better? or should i buy? would rather an ST or GT
GREAT PRICE!!!
was looking at the 42 inch one of these on amazon for £399 but missed out think its £468 now very temped by this one how long do these deals on JL normally last?

heat added
Edited by: "oasis-rocks" 31st Jan 2012
oasis-rocks

was looking at the 42 inch one of these on amazon for £399 but missed out … was looking at the 42 inch one of these on amazon for £399 but missed out think its £468 now very temped by this one how long do these deals on JL normally last?heat added



...until OOS
The VT30 is 1,399 - that's a lot cheaper isn't it?
Is there any significant difference with this TV to its bigger brother the ST30 asides from 3D? Is the ST30 a better deal?
Krsnik007

Is there any significant difference with this TV to its bigger brother … Is there any significant difference with this TV to its bigger brother the ST30 asides from 3D? Is the ST30 a better deal?


ST30 has a superior pannel and picture quality in both sd and hd is better than the S.
but S is still an excellent TV superior picture quality to any lcd led at this price range.
I do have the 42 inch ST30 and seen both in action.

Edited by: "Dante4KR" 31st Jan 2012
superb deal,great size and very reasonable price for quality plasma tv.
voted hot.
great TV for the money. hot!
This is taken from the previously linked techradar review:

'Surprisingly the P42S30 is the only model in the S30 range; there are no other size options. So if you want a 50-inch Panasonic plasma set that doesn't have 3D, you'll have to step up to the TX-P50G30B (which adds Panasonic's contrast-boosting Infinite Black technology plus THX accreditation and USB recording), or down to the P50U30B (which doesn't have any contrast filters or multimedia/online playback options).'

I'm tired, but now confused too. Does this TV exist?
What's the difference between this and the following?

amazon.co.uk/Pan…8-3
Not that I'm too bothered but i Bought a "42 for £440 other day.same shiit
Just under £440 with my partner discount.

Very very tempted.
3d?
Does this matter on a 50"

2,000,000:1 contrast ratio
cjmmeuk

What's the difference between this and the … What's the difference between this and the following?[url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.amazon.co.uk%252FPanasonic-TX-P50C3B-50-inch-Widescreen-Freeview%252Fdp%252FB004L2KUGW%252Fref%253Dsr_1_3%253Fie%253DUTF8%2526qid%253D1328047041%2526sr%253D8-3]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-P50C3B-50-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B004L2KUGW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1328047041&sr=8-3[/url]


The Amazon one isn't full HD
I'm sorely tempted. If it had been the ST30 I would have bitten at this price although I think we are a few months off of that. Still very hot, heat added
Just noticed Richer Sounds do the 50 inch ST30 for £699.99. So thats £200 for the 3D and better panel plus you get two pairs of glasses......

Link richersounds.com/pro…t30
339W sounds like a lot of juice to keep this thing running.
Gazbert

339W sounds like a lot of juice to keep this thing running.




How does this compare to LED screen?
bigwelsh

3d?


No.

I have compared the 42ST and 42S in the shop and could notice the better quality panel in the ST. So naturally, I bought a VT lol!
Gazbert

339W sounds like a lot of juice to keep this thing running.



I don't care lol, parents are footing the bill and they don't know lol.
Sooooooooooooooooooo tempting to upgrade from 42" S10.
Gazbert

339W sounds like a lot of juice to keep this thing running.



I read elsewhere it was 167w where did you get the figure of 339w please ?
Edited by: "mackem1966" 31st Jan 2012
Heat added. For what it may be worth, recently enquired with Currys their Price Match, and they confirmed they will match the price of any retail store, plus take an extra 10% off, which would bring this down to c£450. Not sure where the warranty stands though.
mackem1966

I read elsewhere it was 168w where did you get the figure of 339w please ?



I can never understand why it's not a problem for people to come on here, but if you want answers to questions regarding TV spec well just go to the official manufacturer website !

Would seem that the Panasonic 50" plasmas have a rated power consumption of around 300W. This doesn't mean it's using 300 watts all the time, it will draw power up to that amount. It's no big deal even if it did draw 300 watts continuously which after 3 hrs would just be below 1 kWh, hardly breaking the bank.

This is actually HOT. Panasonic usually make good plasma TVs which sadly have been let down by really naff styling over the last few years. Considering that Panasonic wants £800 for the 42" version from its eShop the JL £499 price is a steal + their 5 yr guarantee.

Did go to official site so as not to bother helpful folk like yourself but couldnt find info
Great offer, John Lewis are the gentlemen of deliverers (is there such a word?) - just don't need it though...
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