Panasonic TX36PL35 - opinions ?

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  1. Matta_Z

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    Greetings !

    Yesterday, I found an interesting offer for this model I mentioned in subject. The price would be around 1250 - 1300 EUR.

    Can somebody give me some data about this model because I acnnot find him on offical site from Panasonic. Is it different a lot from PL32 model ? Is it worth buying ?

    Thank you in advance ! :)
     
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    *bump*

    I guess no one heard about this model so far ? :lease:
     
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    As far as I know TX-36PL32 is the same model as TX-36PL35. :thumbsup:
    The only difference is a target market: 32 for Great Britain, 35 for other countries.


    greetings,
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    it's a very popular model in Sweden,
    same tube as the PD30!! - Quintrix SR

    and yeah, i think it's the same model as the pl32
     
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    Thanks guys, you made my day ! :smashin: :D

    And what about the price ? I could get that model for 1250 - 1300 EUR. Is that OK price ?
     
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    Thats about £870. Currys were selling them on clearance for £999. So I would say thats a good price for a Panasonic £6" TV.

    Can you get me one as well............
     
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    If you can come to Croatia then yes, I could get one for you. ;) :D
     
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    These are now available brand new for €700 (i.e. about £450). Is this still a good deal?
     
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    I bought TX36PD50, which is better, for about 1100 euro.
     
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    Is the PD50 significantly better? I did see both models next to other in the shop yesterday, but the video feed to most of the TVs was clearly fairly poor quality, so it was difficult to do a meaningful comparison.
     
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    I bought my panasonic 36pl35d for 800 euros in Austria. It is huge and HEAVY. The picture quality is OK. All the connections work fine and DVDs via component and prog. scan are great (sometines I notice some moire but dont know if it is possible to correct that). I am very satisfied with it.

    A few things that bother me: it has not exit button to cancel any menu or action you are doing at the moment and it has no recall last channel button. Those are just two things that I am used to from my previous TVs.
     

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