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Panny 32DT40 for £750

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by yimpster, May 12, 2004.

  1. yimpster

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    Hiya chaps n chap'esses,

    My dad has just called me and asked for an opinion on a Panasonic 32DT40. I've never seen one and can't seem to find a price online.

    Do you guys have any good or bad comments on it's performance? and if £750 is a fair price for a local dealer with free delivery?

    Cheers in advance for any input.

    Adam
     
  2. carlton

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    It has a good review on this site and was 2nd in the june
    whatvideo mag and is still available in the shops however
    panasonic is realeasing the 32dtx40 this month which
    looks to improve on previous model.Check panny uk site
    for more info.

    Its £884.96 on unbeatable although they have no stocks at present.
     
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    I would wait for the 32DTX40 as it has the QuintrixSR tube which is the one used in the 3xPD30 range and is supposed to be a lot higher spec. Panasonic seem to imply that it has a type of Acuity processing similar to that used in the PD30.
     
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    No progressive scan input :(

    Sigh..
     
  5. yimpster

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    Hiya chaps, thanks for your views.

    Basically my dad is deaf in one ear, so acoustic performance isn't important at all.

    The main thing is a decent picture quality via DVD and other scart inputs.

    If the deal is good for £750 then i'll recommend that he goes for it as think he'll rather have the cash in his pocket than pay an extra £100 or so squid on a newer model.

    cheers

    Adam
     

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