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Panasonic VIERA TXP37X20 £349.99 (£339.99 VIP) Richer Sounds
Panasonic VIERA TXP37X20 £349.99 (£339.99 VIP) Richer Sounds

Panasonic VIERA TXP37X20 £349.99 (£339.99 VIP) Richer Sounds

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Featuring the latest G13 Progressive HD plasma screen with Tough Panel, the TX-P37X20 offers a stunning contrast ratio of 2,000, 000:1 and a response speed of just 0.001 msec. The Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge system) provides exceptional control of difficultly lit film with even the most murky of shots being shown with clarity and definition. All signals also benefit from 100Hz technology. This doubles the rate at which the picture is "redrawn" thereby reducing flicker. Combined with technologies such as 24p playback, Deep Colour and 3D Colour Management, this gives the Panasonic TXP37X20 one of the most smooth running and natural pictures in its class. It might not have 1080p but, with TV transmissions, many will prefer this plasma TV to similarly priced LCD and LED TVs.

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9 Comments

Original Poster

For the cold voters who will probably slate this for being 720p, just remember that Sky HD is only broadcast in 720p and this TV will upscale to 1080i and being a Panny Plasma has a far better picture compared to a lot of LCD equivalents, so don't be fooled. I spent many weeks looking at various televisions before getting this one and it ticks all the boxes for me.

Steve

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freebiehunter

For the cold voters who will probably slate this for being 720p, just … For the cold voters who will probably slate this for being 720p, just remember that Sky HD is only broadcast in 720p and this TV will upscale to 1080i and being a Panny Plasma has a far better picture compared to a lot of LCD equivalents, so don't be fooled. I spent many weeks looking at various televisions before getting this one and it ticks all the boxes for me.Steve



Sky HD is 1080i...

Sorry, I'm not saying its a bad TV, but you nor richer sounds description are gonna convince me to buy an old model without full HD. You'll wanna replace it in a year or so.

Panasonic do Plasma's well NOT lcds. Toshiba, Sony or Samsung is far superior

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vibeone

Sky HD is 1080i...Sorry, I'm not saying its a bad TV, but you nor richer … Sky HD is 1080i...Sorry, I'm not saying its a bad TV, but you nor richer sounds description are gonna convince me to buy an old model without full HD. You'll wanna replace it in a year or so.



Why would I want to replace it in a year? I don't think so. I am not trying to 'convince you to buy' but for anyone looking for a new 37" TV would be pleasantly surprised with this Panasonic model. Until you go to a 42" or above screen size the difference between 720p/1080i and 1080p would not even be noticable.

It's a current model until Pana launch the new range in a couple of months. They always have a spring clean-out with reductions. 'More money than sense' buy full-price Pana's.
[quoteUntil you go to a 42" or above screen size the difference between 720p/1080i and 1080p would not even be noticable.][/quote]
That should rattle the usual cages

Gr

schizoboy

Panasonic do Plasma's well NOT lcds. Toshiba, Sony or Samsung is far … Panasonic do Plasma's well NOT lcds. Toshiba, Sony or Samsung is far superior


this is a Plasma....lol..

Hot. Only scientific equipment could "see" the difference at 37", especially at optimum viewing distance.

720p and 1080p, you are fooling yourself if you believe your eyes could se the difference, especially with a panel of this size.

vibeone - Feb 02, 2011 09:31 Sky HD is 1080i...



Sky is (if you have HD) 1080i or 720P or Automatic. You can choose any option.

travid

Hot. Only scientific equipment could "see" the difference at 37", … Hot. Only scientific equipment could "see" the difference at 37", especially at optimum viewing distance.720p and 1080p, you are fooling yourself if you believe your eyes could se the difference, especially with a panel of this size.



Indeed....Even with some Bluray and Hd gaming..I've yet to see a screen that has made me want to upgrade my HD Ready TH42PX80 Plasma....

Another bonus is that a HD ready panel will give you a far nicer image on SD material....

Even with SkyHD, BluRay, a Revo running XBMC and a PS3 I'd guess that 75% of viewing in my household is still SD stuff...
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