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Excellent Freesat images.
Good DVD upscaler.
Smooth motion handling.
Pricey if you’re not going to use its Freesat functionality.
By Whathifi.com on February 19, 2010
It's fair to say this generation of TVs has had a bit of a rough ride, with model after model garnering lukewarm verdicts. We're sorry to say that the TX-P42G15B continues the trend.It does kick off with a rather exciting specification, though....60
By 5FWD on December 24, 2009
For the price it’s hard to think of a better performing plasma TV, or one packed with so many features. If Freesat, media playback and Internet connectivity are all things you look for in a TV, the Panasonic TX-P42G15 hits all these marks...100
By ElectricPig.co.uk on December 24, 2009
A cracking Freesat TV. If you want a Plasma with free HD channels, buy...100
By DigitalVersus on November 16, 2009
Our Readings Black levels:0.25 cd/m²ANSI contrast:836:1Average gamma:2.2DeltaE on PC:2.6Relative energy consumption:268 W/m²Homogeneity of whites: 3.2/5Clouding:5/5Light leak onto dark greys at 45°: 0.07 cd/m²DeltaE at...80
By TechRadar on November 06, 2009
Panasonic's insistence on sticking exclusively with plasma technology for its big TVs is admirably stubborn. And who needs LCD when it produces gas screens as good as the TX-P46G15? Best of an impressive set of connections is a satellite input,...80
By CNET UK on October 19, 2009
The Panasonic Viera TX-P46G15 has a great deal to offer for a 46-inch TV costing around just £1050. Its freesat and Freeview tuners are a boon, its multimedia talents are extensive, and its HD pictures are mostly terrific. But we still think you...89
By Stuff.tv on July 15, 2009
A great addition to Panasonic’s ever-growing Freesat TV army and definitely one to audition...100
By HDTVorg on July 02, 2009
Like its G10 siblings, if it wasnt for an average black level response, Panasonics TX-L37G15 could claim to be one of the best mid level LCD TVs around. As it is, excellent picture quality and dynamic colours make this screen a very good all round...91
By Trusted Reviews on June 29, 2009
Its a testament to the sheer enormity of Panasonics 2009 TV range that despite having already tested what feels like dozens of the brands models over recent months, weve still managed to get our hands today on a series we havent covered...90
By Expert Reviews on April 01, 2009
When you can buy a good 37in LCD TV for £500, youd be forgiven for wondering why Panasonic is charging double this for its latest Viera. However, there are many reasons for the extra cost, not least of which is the inclusion of a Freesat HD tuner...80