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Panasonic Tx36pd50c Bargain Price

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Simcom, Jan 21, 2005.

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    Just bought a Panasonic TX36PD50C last Thursday in House of Fraser, Reading. They currently have a Winter Sale on and have knocked £400 of their normal price. (Sale ends 28th January)
    So I got it for £1299 with a five year warranty included.
    It's being delivered next Tuesday.
    I think that is about the cheapest you are going to find one with that kind of warranty. Unless you know different!!
    I'll let you know what I think of it once it's all set up and I've had time to play.
     
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    Certainly not a bad price - can pick it up about £100 less online without the extra 3 years warrenty. Personally I would never go for an extended warrenty and especially since the Sales of Goods Act as clearly a tv over £1000 should last for at least 5 years.

    I hope that you are very happy with your TV when it arrives as I certainly enjoy my tx32pd30
     
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    Simcom,

    Well done. :clap:

    That's an excellent price. (I assume it includes the stand?)

    In fact, a year ago that would have been unthinkable.

    Just goes to show how prices for electronic equipment are gradually dropping.

    Perhaps it will be even cheaper in the Easter sale. :devil:

    But then, if we adopt that philosophy, we'll never buy anything. :laugh:

    (Oh yes, welcome to the Forum. :) )
     
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    Thanks Tight Git. I've been browsing for the last week and decided it was time to join in.
    Yes it did include the stand.
    It was a toss up between the Panny and Red16V's beloved Toshiba.
    Hope I've made the right decision.
     
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    Yes, I love my Toshiba - but nevertheless I hope your new Panasonic gives you many many years of pleasure. Regards, yt.
     
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    Thanks red16v. I'll post good and bad comments late next week.
     
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    Oh No! Just read Red16v repairs TV's for a living.
    Does that mean I should have bought the Toshiba. He must know best in his line of work.
    Someone reassure me. I'm already panicking and the PD50 has not even arrived yet.
     
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    Hi Simcom, don't be 'intimidated' ! I'm sure your Panasonic will be fine. Remember there are lots of things to consider when buying a tv apart from the design of the electronics. Which cabinet design do you prefer ?, what are the connection facilities ? what sort of audio facilites does it have ? will it fit through my front door? etc etc - relax and enjoy it. Regards, yt
     
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    If you like your dvds then the pd range by panasonic is awesome.
     
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    That's what I keep telling Mrs TG !

    (When watching the Panny of course, so I'm not :offtopic: )

    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     

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