About to buy a Panasonic tx32ph40. Anyone want to stop me?

Flimber

Distinguished Member
One very good reason would be the fact that Richer Sounds are apparently doing the Sony HS1 for £1200.

Mike.
 

fuzzy

Standard Member
hi

ive heard some slate this set and others praise it both in this forum and in reviews. I'm happy with mine though i don't use the analogue rf for viewing off air, the picture via rgb from digibox is excellent. I will buy a pal prog dvd when they become a bit cheaper. So, no I would not stop you buying one but as seems to be the case with all tv,s there are some dud examples about.
 

jtorry

Standard Member
I have ordered it. It should be here next Wednesday. I will post my impressions if anyone is interested. I have my US Xbox and cube ready to test its prog scan so i am well excited.
 
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Papa Smurf

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Jtorry - If you don't mind telling us, what price did you order yours for - and where from ?

I've been thinking about this PH40 for a few weeks now, and I've noticed that the best price is about £1099 from the internet only BE. Most places with retail outlets (useful for pricechecking with John Lewis) do these for around £1150, inc. delivery.

A couple of weeks ago, they were going for about £1050.
 

jtorry

Standard Member
I got it from robertsons for £1128. I was going to get it from BE Direct, but they were out of stock. The url for roberstons is

http://www.robertsons-online.co.uk

Hope that helps. I just hope this is a good tele after having nothing but problems with teles over the last year.
 
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Papa Smurf

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Cheers for that jtorry. I was going to get JL to pricematch with them, but JL are out of stock.

Good luck on wednesday, it would be very interesting to know how you get on.
 

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