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Panasonic TX-P42G15B 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Plasma TV with Freesat HD (Installation Recommended) & Viera Cast


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  • Infinite black with over 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast (native 40,000:1)
  • VIERA CAST for multiple VIERA televisions in one home
  • DLNA (DviX/JPEG/MPEG2)
  • Smart networking with VIERA link and VIERA image viewer (AVCHD/DviX/JPEG)
  • V-Audio pro surround

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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
200 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
42" / 107 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 102.9 x 66.1 x 9.7 cm ; 25 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 32 Kg
  • Item model number: TX-P42G15B
  • ASIN: B002AS9MWW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 May 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 138,064 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Receives freesat (free digital satellite broadcasts)
600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
Infinite Black with over 2000000:1 Dynamic Contrast (Native 40000:1)
VIERA CAST
DLNA (DviX/JPEG/MPEG2)
Smart Networking with VIERA Link and VIERA Image Viewer (AVCHD/DviX/JPEG)
V-Audio ProSurround

Features
Size42
HDTV readyYes
Colour of productBlack
Connection to PCComposite Video Input AV3: RCA phono type x 1 (side) S-Video Input AV3: Mini DIN 4-pin (side) Component Video Input RCA phono type x 3 [Y PB PR] (rear) PC Input Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
Aspect Ratio16.9
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Dimensions W x D x H1029 x 97 x 661 mm
Warranty1 Year RTB

Box Contains

  • 1x Panel
  • 1x Pedestal
  • 1x Remote Control (including two batteries)
  • 1x Power Cable
  • 1x Manual
  • 1x Television

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    Customer Reviews

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    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By JK on 10 Jan. 2010
    Where to start, well with the picture of course because to be honest that is the reason we buy the TV in the first place. So I am no expert on all the finer technical details but the picture in simple terms is amazing, crystal clear and really sharp. The colours are vibrant. Everyone always goes on about how black the black is, well all I can say on this is the black is black. If you do have a satellite Dish, watching the free to view HD channels is just amazing, and as a result convinced me that it is worth £10 a month for SKY HD. Can you really see the difference between standard and HD, oh yes. Another key feature with this set is the Neopdp, or in simple terms being able to see a well defined fast moving object rather than a blur or odd shape. So again from a simple perspective it really does work, watching football and F1 are just fantastic, however it was whilst watching James May showing how fast a scalextric car could go with the magnets that really showed how well this system works. If you did not see it, he had a car going around in a circle and just upped the speed until it came off. At no point did the car look blurred or oddly shaped.

    Now about the sound, its good but not great. So I invested in a Panasonic cinema 5.1 system, in the sales, worth every penny. Now I have a great picture and a great sound. No it is better than that unbelievable sound and picture.

    Should you by the G15 over the G10. Well for me it has three extra features and you can make your own mind up.
    1. It has a SD card slot, so you can view your pictures directly from the card, no more messing about burning disks etc.
    2. You can conect your PC directly to the TV. Not tried this yet so not surehow often I will use this
    3.
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    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Storer on 27 Nov. 2009
    This is a lovely piece of equipment. I have not explored all its features yet but those I have are most impressive. The picture quality is superb and even the sound is not too bad (although I bought the Blu-Ray Home Cinema at the same time so use this mainly).
    What is so impressive is the well thought out set up procedures. The simple stuff is almost all automatic and yet there are lots of tweaks that are accessible if you care to look. The manuals are good, in complete contrast to those in a Panasonic DVD recorder I bought a few years ago and I hope to have everything set up nicely over the next few weeks. I will update this preliminary review then but for the moment, I am delighted and more to the point, so is my wife!
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. COPEMAN-BRYANT on 31 Jan. 2010
    Ordered the 42" Neo PDP Plasma from Panasonic after checking Which reviews where their latest range fills the top 5 best buy spots.
    Set the screen up without any drama, running in my Panasonic DVD HDD Recorder on the HDMI, Virgin Media box on the Scart and Nintendo Wii on the other scart.
    The set replaced an old 32" Panasonic CRT, which served us well, but with a new house purchase in process and VAT heading back up to 17.5% the timing was right for an upgrade.

    The picture and sound is lovely. Easy to set up to personal preferences and everything works intuitively and sensibly. The Viera link to the HDD Recorder is cool too and allows you to do away with the DVD remote control and run everything through the TV.

    Sound was improved by connecting up my DTS / Pro logic amp and 5.1 sound system using the TV's optical output and DTS movies on DVD now rock the walls of the house.

    Picture is smooth and deep. Colours are vivid - especially noticeable on CBeebies, when the 2 year old is watching. Movies have a pseudo 3D quality with this size screen too, although I could have got away with a 38" if one were available.

    Went for the LAN enabled set too, which shows promise although is nothing but a gimmick right now - Viera cast needs more content. Will be setting up the Freesat once it gets re-installed in the new house next month.

    Another cracking job from Panasonic.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By GeeJayBee on 21 Jan. 2010
    Plasma and LCD/LED HDTV have possibly been the most over-hyped and over-sold technology of the century. At best the performance is only on a par with a decent CRT set, and anything less (more than typical)is garbage.
    Having said all that the Panasonic TX-P42G15B is about as good as you can buy at the price (and actually somewhat higher.)
    The picture on full HD e.g BD and games is very impressive with pretty natural colours and little motion blur. It does look a little soft compared to some LCD/LED sets e.g the latest Samsungs but they are very much more expensive, and have significant input lag if you are a gamer. (This set has no input lag whatsover).
    Do not believe the hype about motion blur being elimitated on this or any other set. It is minimal but there is still something simply unnatural and not quite fluid about movement (esp pans) on digital TVs at the current time. This plasma is however better than any LCD set I've seen.
    I think that the network connectivity is worth the extra money over the G10 given the small premium at current prices. Viera cast is pretty limited at the moment, and its likly that content will improve over time.
    I cannot comment on the various inbuilt tuners' abilities as I do not watch broadcast TV.
    Recommended?. Yes with reservations :-
    - The price has dropped significantly making the set better value. I would be less happy at its original/full price.
    - Not much out there that is better esp at the current price.
    - I dont think any digital TV technology delivers what it promises but this set does it better than most.
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    UPdate - Just a warning about many of the reviews for these TVs. There are very many 5* reviews by "reviewers" who have no other reviews to their name. Panasonic seems to suffer hugely from these "shill" reviews so just dont take all the glowing 5* at face value.
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