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Mar 10 2009

We’ve had a number of emails asking what the full range of new Panasonic televisions with Freesat built-in will be. We can confirm the complete list as follows with descriptions:

Z1 Series (plasma)
Freesat models: TX-P46Z1B (46″), TX-P54Z1B (54″)

46″ rrp £tbc; 54″ rrp £tbc (launch tbc)
The Z1 Series is the flagship model combining superb functionality with a slim, fully flat*5, one-inch design. Also featuring full-HD wireless transmission technology that makes flexible room layout possible, these models are perfect for users seeking the highest grade in both function and design. The Z1 Series deliver outstanding 1080 lines moving picture resolution and a dynamic contrast of over 2,000,000:1. The THX Certified Display they incorporate has passed stringent tests, ensuring that they are ideal for viewing films. Z models also feature home networking with DLNA, which allows playback of motion images with VIERA CAST, and the VIERA Image Viewer. They can play DivX format motion images as well.

V10 Series (plasma)
Freesat models: TX-P42V10B (42″), TX-P50V10B (50″)

42″ rrp £1499.00; 50″ rrp £1799.00 (launch tbc)
In picture quality, the V Series stands at the top of the VIERA 2009 product line. Images are simply electrifying thanks to 1080 lines moving picture resolution and dynamic contrast of over 2,000,000:1. Digital Cinema Colour adds rich, vivid colour reproduction that approaches the level of a cinema. And the THX Certified Display further enhances the quality of film images. The V Series is especially recommended for film buffs and viewers who insist on the best in picture quality. It comes with a host of networking functions, including VIERA CAST, VIERA Image Viewer, VIERA Link, and DLNA, and the V Series’ stunning “One Sheet of Glass” design places it alongside the Z Series as a high-end model.

G15 Series (plasma)
Freesat models: TX-P42G15B (42″), TX-P46G15B (46″)

42″ rrp £1299.00; 46″ rrp £1499.00 (launch tbc)
The G15 Series combines enhanced networking and image-quality functions with a narrow bezel and slim design. With VIERA CAST, users can easily view Internet content from sources such as Eurosport and YouTube. The VIERA Image Viewer makes it easy to play back still and motion images from a digital camera or camcorder, and DLNA makes it possible to play back still and motion images stored on devices connected over a network. This series is well suited to users who want both superb picture quality and a wide range of entertainment possibilities.

G10 Series (plasma)
Freesat models: TX-P42G10B (42″), TX-P46G10B (46″), TX-P50G10B (50″)

42″ rrp £1199.00; 46″ rrp £1399; 50″ rrp £1499.00 (launch March / April 2009)
Incorporating a host of high-picture-quality functions, the G10 Series includes core VIERA models that offer 1080 lines moving-picture resolution and contrast of over 2,000,000:1 (native 40,000:1). In terms of networking, G10 models offer VIERA Link and the VIERA Image Viewer, giving viewers easy new ways to enjoy beautiful pictures.

V10 Series (LCD)
Freesat models: TX-L32V10B (32″), TX-L37V10B (37″)

32″ rrp £1099.00; 37″ rrp £1299.00 (launch tbc)
In picture quality, the V10 Series stands at the top of the 2009 VIERA LCD product line with its great picture quality thanks to Panasonic’s 100Hz Intelligent Frame Creation technology. The V10 Series has a slim design and comes with a host of networking functions, including VIERA CAST, VIERA Image Viewer, VIERA Link, and DLNA.

G15 Series (LCD)
Freesat models: TX-L37G15B (37″)

37″ rrp £1149.00 (launch tbc)
The G15 Series combines enhanced networking and image-quality functions. With VIERA CAST, users can easily view Internet content from sources such as Eurosport and YouTube. The VIERA Image Viewer makes it easy to play back still and motion images from a digital camera or camcorder, and DLNA makes it possible to play back still and motion images stored on devices connected over a network. Thanks to the beautiful, high-contrast motion images achieved by the IPS Alpha panel, the G15 series is well suited to users who want both superb picture quality and a wide range of entertainment possibilities.

G10 Series (LCD)
Freesat models: TX-L32G10B (32″), TX-L37G10B (37″)

32″ rrp £899.99; 37″ rrp £1049.99 (launch April 2009)
With the advanced IPS Alpha panels, the G10 LCD series models deliver breathtaking images with 800 line resolution, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast and a wide colour viewing angle. In terms of networking, G10 models offer VIERA Link and the VIERA Image Viewer, giving viewers easy new ways to enjoy beautiful pictures.

Prices and availability will be added to this post as released, plus will also appear within our Freesat receiver product section.

6 Responses to “Confirmation of Panasonic television range”

  1. David Crozier Says:

    This is excellent news. Any indication of what price these units will be and who will be stocking them?

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  2. vixx Says:

    Is there any news if they are going to produce smaller TV’s with built in receivers? I’m sure they’d be popular for 2nd or 3rd TV’s. I’m happy receiving Freesat through the Humax PVR for my main TV, but I’m looking to get a flat screen TV for my bedroom, but don’t see the point at the moment as it will still have to have a Freesat box hanging somewhere.

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  3. admin Says:

    Not from Panasonic in this range, so unlikely from them for a few months. However, not confirmed but we believe that LG’s offering may include a 26in LCD.

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  4. Steven Says:

    Nice to see al this lovely gear . .

    Shamed there hasn’t been a channel added to Freesat since 27th january.. ClubLand . . ;-(

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  5. Paul Says:

    One internet shop has price details as :-
    TX-P42G10 £1099.99 (RRP £1299)
    TX-P42G15 £1149.99 (RRP £1399)
    TX-P42V10 £1299.99 (RRP £1499)

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  6. admin Says:

    All prices have now been added, with the exception of the Z1B’s. Still no accurate information on release dates other than the G10B’s (plasma) due in the next week or so.

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