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PANASONIC VIERA TXP50G10 50" 1080p Plasma & 5 yr warranty £990 @ Richer Sounds
PANASONIC VIERA TXP50G10 50" 1080p Plasma & 5 yr warranty £990 @ Richer Sounds

PANASONIC VIERA TXP50G10 50" 1080p Plasma & 5 yr warranty £990 @ Richer Sounds

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Panasonic VIERA NeoPDP Full HD Plasma Television (1920 x 1080)
Built-in Freesat HD Tuner
Infinite Black with over 2,000,000:1
600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
24p Playback
3 x HDMI
Eco Mode

You can contact Richer Sounds who will reserve a set. Delivery charge is £9.99, or collect free from local store (subject to availability).

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A friend ordered this last week from John Lewis, price matching Richer Sounds for £975 delivered, and as per usual 5 year JL warranty. Apparently their instore price at the time was £950 (1 yr warranty, plus delivery cost), although online they were quoting £915.

Wasn't this posted at about £750 a few days ago?

MickKnipfler;6935738

Wasn't this posted at about £750 a few days ago?



That was the 46" :thumbsup:

...Plus it had the standard 1 year warrany, where as this comes with 5 year

Maybe a different model? Put TXP50G10 in the search it doesn't come up with any deals as cheap as £750. Ah someone beat me with a proper explanation. (See above)

Voted cold!

It's miles cheaper here!

Not paying extra money for pointless warranties.

dixons.co.uk/mar…583

Can anyone tell me what the differencce between this and the TXp50G10B is please??

The 'B' designates that its a UK supplied model. There are different models for the UK and the rest of Europe. The European versions have more customisation of picture etc.

So... (sorry for the blonde questions)... but which is better??

p.s. thank you for explaining

jayjayuk1234;6937160

Voted cold!It's miles cheaper here!Not paying extra money for pointless … Voted cold!It's miles cheaper here!Not paying extra money for pointless warranties.]http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?page=Product&source_id=aw&sku=269914&camp_id=ProperPrice%20Price%20Comparison&source=awin&Campaign_ID=AW&Creative_ID=0&Site_ID=ProperPrice%20Price%20Comparison&Network_ID=AW&Affiliate_ID=74583



What a ridiculous post on so many levels!

It's £899 at Richer Sounds without the warranty, so NOT miles cheaper at £910, actually dearer.
RS customer service is supposed to be excellent, where as DSG's is by all accounts non-existent.
And the warranty pointless? I don't think so.

It is, however, now only available for store pick-up if I'm reading it right. Pity, I'm looking for a big TV, seemed like a good deal.

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panddda;6938696

What a ridiculous post on so many levels!It's £899 at Richer Sounds … What a ridiculous post on so many levels!It's £899 at Richer Sounds without the warranty, so NOT miles cheaper at £910, actually dearer.RS customer service is supposed to be excellent, where as DSG's is by all accounts non-existent.And the warranty pointless? I don't think so.It is, however, now only available for store pick-up if I'm reading it right. Pity, I'm looking for a big TV, seemed like a good deal.



Although i think you do have to pay instore they do offer delivery on this for £10. I would have gone for this option myself, however i don't want to come home to find that they "tried" to deliver it......

cat;6937542

So... (sorry for the blonde questions)... but which is better??p.s. thank … So... (sorry for the blonde questions)... but which is better??p.s. thank you for explaining



The version at Richer Sounds probably is the 'B' version even if they don't specify it. There is no real difference if you just want to watch the TV. The only difference between the UK and European model is that the option to change the white balance is disabled on the UK version. Unless you are a real geek, you probably wouldn't need it (and there are ways to adjust it through the service menu in the B version if you did).

Have a look at the reviews for the 42" version here:

avforums.com/rev…tml

I have the 42" version bought from the M&S deal a week or so ago. Only delivered yesterday, but so far very happy with it.

Thanks again paulg. x

and thanks to the OP - heat and rep added. x

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cat;6941026

Thanks again paulg. xand thanks to the OP - heat and rep added. x



Yay! My first rep!

monkey butler;6939792

Although i think you do have to pay instore they do offer delivery on … Although i think you do have to pay instore they do offer delivery on this for £10. I would have gone for this option myself, however i don't want to come home to find that they "tried" to deliver it......


Thanks, just don't have one nearby and not got the time at the moment to travel. Will keep looking!

Hi

I payed £1250 (which included 5 years cover from panasonic) for it from Panasonic dealer about 4 months ago. Only if I had waited.

I suppose you can never really win with these kind sof items.

jayjayuk1234;6937160

Voted cold!It's miles cheaper here!Not paying extra money for pointless … Voted cold!It's miles cheaper here!Not paying extra money for pointless warranties.http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?page=Product&source_id=aw&sku=269914&camp_id=ProperPrice%20Price%20Comparison&source=awin&Campaign_ID=AW&Creative_ID=0&Site_ID=ProperPrice%20Price%20Comparison&Network_ID=AW&Affiliate_ID=74583



I went into a currys digital store 3-4 months back. The 5 year warranty was circa £260. End of day get JL to price match or peace of mind for £90 from RS. The plus side to a local independent store is they will set it up and deliver for you. Whats your poison?
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