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32" BRAVIA HD Ready LCD With Freeview £518

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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
Just noticed this deal, not bad for £488.01

The KDL-32U2000U is a stylish 32" HD ready LCD with integrated freeview receiver. This model features a 32" (81cm) diagonal viewing screen, integrated freeview receiver, 1366x768 screen resolution, 1 x HDMI connection and is VESA bracket compatible.
U-Series BRAVIA LCD Televisions
HD Ready LCD televisions that impress with and integrated digital tuer, digital sound enhancement and elegant curved design.

Just realised this is only a 32" thought it was for a 40" whoops
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#1
Hi Andy, welcome to HUKD. Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here. :)

P.S. Please read the help threads in my sig for posting deals. Individual items shoudl be posted as "product" so a price shows up on the right hand side :)
#2
You get the Sony 32" Bravia KDL32S2530 for £532.
#3
smokedog
You get the Sony 32" Bravia KDL32S2530 for £532.


And what's the difference?
#4
emmajk42
And what's the difference?

The S-series is above the U-series which is entry level. You get a better picture plus the extra HDMI input is worth the extra alone.

KDL-32U2000U
Features
• 32" HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV
• 1366 x 768 Pixel resolution for more life-like colours
• 1200:1 Contrast Ratio for a Realistic Reproduction of Dark Areas
• 450 cd/m2 Brightness
• 8ms Fast Response Time
• Integrated Digital Tuner with Freeview Channels
• S-PVA panel - a Radical New Type of Pixel Structure
• Picture in Picture
• WCG-CCFL backlight and Colour Filter Side
• SRS VIVA Digital Sound for excellent sound quality
• 3D comb filter
• 2 x 10 Watt Integrated Stereo Speakers
Connections
• 1 x HDMI input for High Definition sources
• 2 x RGB SCART sockets
• 1 x Component Input
• 1 x PC input

KDL32S2530U
Features
• 32 Inch LCD TV
• 1366x768 Screen Resolution
• 500cd/m2 Brightness
• 1300:1 Contrast Ratio
• 8ms Response Time
• HD Ready
• Integrated Freeview
• S Series Bravia Engine
• 16:9 Widescreen
• TruSurround XT Virtual Surround Technology
• 2 x 10 Watt Integrated Stereo Speakers
Connections
• 2 x HDMI
• 2 x SCART
• 1 x Component Input
• 1 x S+ Composite Video
• PC Input
#5
Thanks for the extra info, useful to compare :)
#6
emmajk42
And what's the difference?


£43.99 :whistling:
#7
guys whats the difference between these two?

KDL32S2530U

http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~SON-KDL32S2530U.htm

KDL32S2510U

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/products_moreinfo3/index.asp?product_id=12395&msg=2

is the "30U" any different to the "10U"

thanks
#8
by the way u can get the 32 S version here for alot cheaper...

http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/Sony_32_LCD_sony_32_lcd_sony_32_lcd.html
#9
scottylad
by the way u can get the 32 S version here for alot cheaper...

http://www.cheapelectricals.co.uk/acatalog/Sony_32_LCD_sony_32_lcd_sony_32_lcd.html


£3 cheaper? It all counts I suppose :thumbsup:
#10
scottylad
guys whats the difference between these two?

KDL32S2530U

http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~SON-KDL32S2530U.htm

KDL32S2510U

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/products_moreinfo3/index.asp?product_id=12395&msg=2

is the "30U" any different to the "10U"

thanks


It's just the colour. One is black, the other is grey/silver.

I wouldn't recommend a U series TV of an S. They simply don't compare in terms of picture quality, features, and connections. They're pretty much obsolete. I wouldn't even recommend buying one as a PC monitor as they don't do 1:1 pixel mapping.

Go for an 30/10U or stay away.

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