32" Sony Bravia HD ready Freeview Bravia Engine 2 - £249 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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It's a name, it looks good, specs reasonable, reviews questionable, but undoubted VFM at the price.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL32BX300-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/tech-data/B004AHKUJA/ref=de_a_smtd

Product Features

* 32-inch HD ready digital LCD TV
* Built-in Freeview
* 2 x HDMI inputs
* 1366 x 768 Screen resolution
* BRAVIA Engine™ 2

Technical Details

Video
Video Signal: 1080/60p (HDMI™ / COMPONENT), 1080/60i, 1080/24p (HDMI™ ONLY), 720/60p, 480/60p, 480/60i
Power
Power Consumption (in Operation) max. : 135W
Power Consumption (in Standby) : Less than 1W
Power Requirements (frequency) : 60Hz
Audio
Audio Power Output : 20W (10W x 2)
Speaker Configuration : 2
Speakers (Total) : 2
Convenience Features
Auto Picture Setting w/ HDMI™ : Cinema, Photo, Graphics, Game
Auto Shut-off : Yes
BRAVIA® Sync™ : Yes
BRAVIA® Sync™ Menu Button : Yes (on Remote Control)
Channel Block (with password) : Yes
Channel Jump : Yes
Channel Labels : Yes
Channel Surf : Yes
Control for HDMI™ (HDMI™ CEC) : Yes
Edit Channel Labels : Yes
Favorites (Simple UI) : Yes
ID-1 Detection : Yes
Info Banner : PSIP, XDS
Input Skip : Manual
Label Inputs : Yes
On-Screen Display for External Input : Yes
Parental Control : Yes
Picture Adjustments Lock : Yes
Program Block : Yes
Scene Select : Auto, Cinema, Sports, Photo, Music, Game, Graphics, General
Short Banner : Yes
Show/Hide Channels : Yes
Sleep Timer : Yes
Start Up Sony Logo Display : Yes
Theatre Mode (Theatre Button) : Yes
White Balance : RGB Gain/Bias
Inputs and Outputs
AC Power Input : 1 (Rear) Pigtail
Analogue Audio Input(s) (Total) : 3 (3 Rear)
Audio Out : 1(Rear)
Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Input(s) : 2 (Rear) (1 fixed/1 selectable)
Composite Video Input(s) : 1 (Rear selectable)
Digital Audio Output(s) : Optical Digital Output - 1 (Rear)
HDMI™ Connection(s) (Total) : 2 (Rear)
HDMI™ PC Input : Yes
PC In (D-Sub) + Audio In (Stereo Mini) : 1 (Rear) (see owner's manual for supported timings)
RF Connection Input(s) : 1 (Rear)
USB 2.0 : 1 (Rear for Service Only)
Weights and Measurements
Dimensions (Approx.) : 31 3/4x21x8 3/4" (804 x 532 x 220mm) with pedestal; 31 3/4x19 5/8x3 7/8" (804 x 495 x 95.2mm) without pedestal
Weight (Approx.) : 24.2 lbs. (11kg) with pedestal; 19.36 lbs. (8.8kg) without pedestal
Video Features
24p True Cinema™ Technology : Yes
3D Comb Filter : Yes
4:3 Default : Yes
Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) : Yes
Auto Wide : Yes
CineMotion® Reverse 3:2 Pulldown Technology : Yes
Cinema Mode : Yes
Live colour™ Technology : Yes
MPEG Noise Reduction : Yes
Picture Mode : Vivid, Standard, Cinema
Video Processing : BRAVIA Engine 2™ Technology
Wide Mode : Normal, Zoom, Wide Zoom, Full (Full1-2 for PC)
Display
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Display Resolution : 1366 X 768p (WXGA)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 100,000:1
Refresh Rate : 60Hz
Screen Size (measured diagonally) : 32"(31.5")
Viewing Angle (Right/Left) : 178(89/89)
Viewing Angle (Up/Down) : 178(89/89)
Regulation and Standards Compliance
VESA® Hole Pitch : 200x200 (32")
VESA® Hole Spacing Compatible : Yes
Audio Features
5.1 Channel Audio Out : Yes
5.1ch Through Out (Handycam) : Yes
Alternate Audio (Digital) : yes
Audio Out : Fixed
Auto Mute (on no signal) : Yes
Auto SAP : 20FM/10AM
Clear Voice : Yes
Dolby® : Dolby® Digital
Invisible Speaker (w/Sound Elevation) : Yes
Sound Mode : Dynamic, Standard, Clear Voice, Custom
SteadySound® Automatic Volume Control : Yes
Stereo System : MTS
Surround Effect : Cinema, Music, Live Sports, Game
Energy Saving and Efficiency
Backlight Off Mode : Yes
Dynamic Backlight Control : Yes
Eco Settings : Yes
Estimated Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) : 138kWh
Idle TV Standby : Yes
Power Consumption (On Mode) for Energy Star : 75W
Power Consumption (Standby Mode) for Energy Star : 0.2W
Power Saving Modes : Yes
Recycled & Recyclable Materials
Packaging Materials : Recycled Paper (more than 40%)
Printed Materials : FSC Certified
Display Features
Backlight Type : CCFL
Display Device : LCD
General Features
Closed Captions (CC) : Analogue, Digital
Finish (Surface colour) : PianoBlack
Start Up Sony Logo Display : Yes


Sony Bravia KDL32BX300 32-inch Widescreen LCD TV with Freeview Bravia Engine 2


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL32BX300-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/tech-data/B004AHKUJA/ref=de_a_smtd
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#1
HOPE THIS ONE WORKS


Edited By: gazw on Feb 05, 2011 22:38
#2
Reviews are questionable as you say but for those who like the sony bravia brand im sure youve found a bargain for them well done !
#3
"1366 x 768 Screen resolution" so it's not Full HD as you say in the title.
#4
CamoChris
"1366 x 768 Screen resolution" so it's not Full HD as you say in the title.


Well spotted, revised..
#5
going by the reviews and specs this is a budget tv with few features. Far better spending a bit more on this if you can get one...

link



Edited By: Deano467 on Feb 06, 2011 15:14
#6
Deano467
going by the reviews and specs this is a budget tv with few features. Far better spending a bit more on this if you can get one...

link

Agreed, but £70 more could be a lot for some people, so have some heat.
If you can afford a little more, I would go for something a bit better - though, I'm sure this is adequate for most people:)


1 Like #7
this is a reasonable deal, howevr keep looking at amazon warehouse deals (mostly customer returns). i bought the 32ex503 for £270 and it appeared to be brand new
#8
£16 cheaper on play.com

MOD EDIT: Link removed - that is a factory refurbished one sold by a trader and described as damaged - so not exactly the same

Sorry, didn't realise it was a refurb. Don't have my glasses on, lol.

Edited By: Monkae on Feb 06, 2011 17:06: Mistake
#9
HD Ready = no go
#10
Anyone got this TV?
#11
LiGhTfasT
HD Ready = no go


I agree. There really is no excuse for buying an HD Ready and NOT Full HD tele anymore.
#12
LiGhTfasT
HD Ready = no go

considering the size and cost i doubt you could tell a difference. 1080p only really makes a difference if you are sat within a few feet of the screen, for 32" you would only possibly tell if you are within 5ft from the screen. I would take a panasonic plasma that is 720p over a sony lcd that is 1080p.

black levels>picture quality>>defects (ghosting etc.)>>>resolution. That's the order of importance for me.
1 Like #13
Richyroo
LiGhTfasT
HD Ready = no go


I agree. There really is no excuse for buying an HD Ready and NOT Full HD tele anymore.


Disagree. If someone has a £250 budget then this is going to be so much better than a £250 supermarket 1080p.
#14
I'm tempted but been told next month is the time to Buy , just want one for the bedroom to replace CRT portable . 32" would be good at this price or even less perhaps ?
#15
Not "True HD" though - still not to bad a deal - I would check out Richer Sounds as they usually have good deals around this price.
#16
720p is a stopgap, 1080p is an investment.
#17
azeem_r
this is a reasonable deal, howevr keep looking at amazon warehouse deals (mostly customer returns). i bought the 32ex503 for £270 and it appeared to be brand new

thats good, prob just opened and checked

bought a new 403 from M&S for 299, with hopefully £9 or so on quidco
#18
good price
#19
No SCART?

Only 2 HDMI

A bit low on connections?
#20
SamuraisShadow
720p is a stopgap, 1080p is an investment.

Not much in the way of technology is an investment, some of us oldies have piles of old tat which cost a fortune ;)
#21
HD Ready or Full HD that is the question!

Good deal for branded 32" that'll suit many people..... I'd try get the Full HD version if it's available again for the sub £300 price that it's been recently.
#22
deadmonkey

Not much in the way of technology is an investment, some of us oldies have piles of old tat which cost a fortune ;)


I hear that, got a brand new boxed Amstrad Penpad from 15 years ago, gave up teaching it my handwriting half way through, found it in the loft last week, like a time warp - never been used in anger :D
#23
heat added
#24
LiGhTfasT
HD Ready = no go

agreed but still a descent price

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