Panasonic TX-P42G20B

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Panasonic TX-P42G20B Freesat HD Freeview HD Television (TX-P42G20B)
Released: March 2010

Panasonic TX-P42G20B Freesat HD Freeview HD Television

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About the Panasonic TX-P42G20B

The VIERA G20 Plasma TV Series comes in 50-inch, 46-inch and 42-inch models. Incorporating advanced NeoPDP technology, these step-up models deliver superior image quality and come equipped with a host of entertainment-enhancing link functions. All G20 models feature 600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro, 1080 Lines Moving Picture Resolution, Infinite Black (Native Contrast of 5,000,000:1), VIERA CAST, VIERA Image Viewer for motion picture and music playback, and VIERA Link.

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2 Responses to “Panasonic TX-P42G20B”

  1. Robert Palmer Says:

    I can’t recommend this TV for Freesat viewing. The reason is that the “Favourites” functionality is broken. “Favourites” works fine for Freeview and for non-Freesat satellite viewing.

    Try for yourself. Create your favourites list. Then bring up the programme banner and press blue. Nothing happens :-(

    This is a big deal for me because Freesat has hundreds of channels and it takes too long browsing the entire list.


  2. Derek (original) Says:

    I don’t think the selection of ‘Favourites’ from the Information banner is broken for ‘freesat’ mode, as unlike ‘DVB’ and ‘Other Satellite’ modes, the Information banner does not include the option ‘Press Blue for Favourites. So not broken, but one has to question why it was built into ‘DVB’ and ‘Other Satellite’ modes and not ‘freesat’ mode. Maybe it’s not part of the ‘freesat’ specas it’s not a feature on my Humax Foxsat HDR. On the plus side, i-player loads a lot quicker on this excellent TV than on the Humax Foxsat HDR.


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