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Written on: 29/11/2012
This cost £1000 when new and that was about 10 years ago.. and I have to say it but the CRT outperforms many HD Tv sets you see nowadays, picture and sound as good as the day it was installed. Never any problems. Only down side is it weighs a ton and takes up a lot of space.. we would get much more room with a wall mounted 40 " but because the pictures is so good loathe to part with it yet.. it will probably still be here in another 10 years… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2012 by sgrandi (1 review written)
I was trying to change the Panasonic with a new generation TV but i am still searching.... The image is truely fantastic and "real". Perhaps the best plasma screens can compete, but I'm not sure… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2010
The Panasonic TX32-PD30 is by far the best CRT television ever made. After 5 years of constant use the picture and sound quality are faultless.
With 4 Scart Sockets, Component, S-Video and Video Inputs I have never run out of connectivity options.
The picture in picture feature is still fantastic as is piture setup facility itself.
All in all, I will not upgrade to Plasma/LED until this one dies.
To be honest, I hope it lasts forever… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2008
Everything about this telly is fantastic, never a days trouble one great television it still doesn't look outdated by all the lcd and plasma Tvs going on. Beautiful work of art and fantastic picture and sound quality. Well recommend Panasonic TX32PD30… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2007 by adamhornsby (17 reviews written)
Was expensive at the time of purchase, but was the only 32inch we could find that was shallow enough to fit in our corner niche. Sensational looks, the best looking thing in our lounge, and has became the focal point when ever we have visitors! The picture is fantastic-way better than any HD LCD/Plasma TV out on the market today and sounds so good, we barely need the surround system on! Nice comfortable remote control too. The only thing I would grumble about would be, that it produces a loud… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/02/2005 by Iain Macrae (17 reviews written)
A great TV. I read a review on here that said the guy had had three units, the first two developing annoying buzzing/resonance. He said the third was so far OK, but had a devil of a time getting Panasonic to agree the fault existed. Five other reviews said it was just a great TV.
Well, the picture is second to none, and the sound is excellent too with a good balance between bass and treble and no annoying inbalance between music and speech that you get on cheaper sets.
4 Scart sockets allow… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2004 by Nettlers (1 review written)
Purchased my Panasonic TX32PD30 from a reliable on-line shop - condition was great, although delivery took almost 3 months due to popularity of the product. However, it has a constant buzzing from the case (an issue that I have been told is "normal" for a large screen TV, which can get louder or quieter depending on positioning and time of day!), which is proving to be a little annoying for a TV costing over a thousand pounds.
The other problem is a slight "jerkiness" to the picture… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2004 by brains (36 reviews written)
Having spent over 2 months researching all the 32 inch Widescreen TVs on the market at all major electrical outlets by viewing all the sets on display I found the Panasonic TX-32PD30 picture quality was second to none, I was always drawn to this TV & then found myself comparing all TVs to this model. The only other TV which in my opinon come close was the Philips Pixel plus, The Pansonics colour palette is rich & vidid, The levels of detail on terrestrial TV/DVD is pin sharp, & this is what… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2004 by Nomis (1 review written)
The Panasonic TX32PD30, in my opinion, is the smartest looking CRT TV on the market, way ahead of any Sony offering. The only one that comes close is the Toshiba one but Panasonic are supposedly a better brand aren't they?
No initial complaints, great picture, decent sound, decent features....But after 2 weeks, the picture went a bit misty white. I thought it was the aerial at first... Informed Panasonic who told me that the tube may have gone. I now await the next one to be delivered and… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2004 by I amNev (2 reviews written)
Panasonic TX-32PD30 Review: My research for a new large screen TV started by looking at flat TFT screens and then Plasma screens. A trip to the local retail stores soon convinced me that the standard CRT (Cathode Ray Tubes) gives a far superior picture quality.
Next I read the specialist magazines and did some Internet research. Eventually I settled on the Panasonic TX-32PD30 which can retail for around £2,000 but I bought on the web from webelectricals.co.uk for £1,050 including… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2004 by rover32 (1 review written)
This TV replaced my ageing & massive 33" 4:3 Toshiba TV which had become temperamental.
The Panasonic PDP30 picture quality is just staggering - especially in 833line/75HZ mode (why use it in anything else?)
There are no nasty 100HZ side effects you see with some other makes.
Feed in a good signal & sit back.
The local Panasonic dealer couldn't get enough of them - once you've seen the images on that flat screen you have to have one!
The styling looks good too; I didn't want a large border… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2004 by Iain Macrae (17 reviews written)
The Panasonic TX32PD30 widescreen tv looks superb, it sounds excellent, it connects to most systems and the picture is second to none, especially on a digital feed, in this price range. Try it and you'll love it… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2004 by Patricia (4 reviews written)
For a large television, the design of this Panasonic TX-32PD30 is superb. There is not much framework involved and its whole appearance is very neat and the glass and silver coloured stand which comes with it is most attractive. The picture quality is superb and never varies. It came with a free DVD video recorder DMR-E50. The whole set up is easy to use and the DVD recorder also gives out a very good picture. I understand that this recorder is now obsolete, but as a starter, it has been… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2004 by brains (36 reviews written)
Having spent over 2 months researching all the 32 inch Widescreen TVs on the market at all major electrical outlets by viewing all the sets on display i found the Panasonic TX32PD30 picture quality was second to none, i was always drawn to this tv & then found myself comparing all TVs to this model. The only other TV which in my opinon come close was the Philips Pixel plus, The Pansonics colour palette is rich & vivid, The levels of detail on terrestrial TV/DVD is pin sharp, & this is what… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2004 by brains (36 reviews written)
Having spent over 2 months researching all the 32 inch Widescreen TVs on the market at all major electrical outlets by viewing all the sets on display i found the Panasonic TX-32PD30 picture quitity was second to none,i was always drawn to this tv & then found myself comparing all TVs to this model. The only other TV which in my opinon come close was the Philips Pixel plus, The Pansonics colour palette is rich & vidid, The levels of detail on terrestrial TV/DVD is pin sharp, & this is what… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2004 by Nabs (1 review written)
We are currently on our 4th Panasonic TX32PD30 in a month!
To cut a very long story short the first two TV's we purchased from a well know large department store both of which were physically damaged when delivered. The store told us we were being picky so what if they were scratched and dented.
Eventually got a refund and purchased the TV via another company.
Initially it was great after about 2 weeks it started buzzing and a red line appeared at the bottom of the picture. Engineer was… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/02/2004 by jima666 (1 review written)
Initially I was very pleased with this Panasonic TX32PD30 widescreen television, the picture and sound were good, although you do seem to lose some of the picture viewing through cable. Unfortunately after about 8wks it made a loud popping noise and the screen went white, it then popped again and a odd smell issued from the set, it was broken. Panasonic shop have been very good and are bringing a new one tomorrow, hope it lasts… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2004 by Ken Hatherley (1 review written)
After many sorties to the TV shops, I finally settled on the Panasonic TX32PD30. After 6 weeks of use, I am very satisfied with my choice. This TV is expensive but it still represents good value for money. The picture is superbly defined and provides a wonderful experience in widescreen. Sound quality is good although not up to the standard of the picture. I rate the build quality as excellent apart from the on/off button on the set which is not at all positive. Finally this TV is large… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2003 by Blondi (1 review written)
An expensive but good looking television. High quality audio and visuals. Colour quality on my set is fantastic. Very smooth picture, even close up. If you fancy a plasma or LCD TV but are not yet ready to go down that rout, the TX-32PD30 makes a great alternatvie with its unobtrusive yet stylish frame and stand… Read Full Review
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