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Introducing the new Sony Bravia KDL40W2000U 40" LCD TV - Features Bravia W-Series styling in conjunction with a full HD resolution 1920x1080 LCD panel.

Featuring twin tuners - both analogue and Freeview digital - 1920 x 1080 resolution and two HDMI inputs, the Sony is as well specified as anything on test.

# Bravia Engine
# SRS Trusurround XT with BBE Digital
# Live Colour Creation
# Supports 1080p signals
# Dynamic Contrast Ratio 8000:1
# Fast 8ms response time for smoother motion
# Super Wide 178 degrees viewing angle
# HD Ready with 2 HDMI sockets
# High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
# 40" W-series BRAVIA LCD TV
# Digital Audio Amplifier
# PC Input for use as a PC monitor
# Integrated Digital TV Tuner (also receives analogue)

BLU-RAY PLAYER

You have to claim the Blu-ray movies online.
You get:- Kingdom of Heaven, Die Hard 4.0, The Simpsons and Surfs Up.

# High definition 1080p video output (including 24, 60 , 50Hz)
# DVD upscaling to 1080p
# Video codec MPEG2/MPEG4-AVC/VC-1/AVC-HD
# Cinema tuned picture mode settings
# BRAVIA theatre Sync (HDMI CEC)
# HDMI & optical output
# Component video out, S-video, composite, coaxial, analogue audio 7.1ch output, analogue audio 2ch output (gold plated)
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#1
why is this so cold, with no comments or reason Y ?
#2
Thats what I was thinking
#3
Seems good to me
#4
Sometimes people just vote cold because they don’t like the Brand or the Retailer. :roll: The words Sony and Blu-ray will be enough for some to reach for the cold button.
Seems like a good deal.
#5
Great price (voted 'warm' for that reason), but this TV does suffer with a few issues and it's an old model.

If your willing to enter the service menu the results can be stunning.
Review here: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Sony-KDL40W2000/

Personally I went for the cheaper V3000 which seems to have fewer issues with clouding etc....
All in all a good price for a top brand TV + Blue-ray Player, but there are possibly better deals out there for the W3000 or V3000.
#6
good price and find, warmed up for ya
#7
ir2000;2167698
why is this so cold, with no comments or reason Y ?

This an old model and they are just clearing stock. The W4000 is now out and hdtvtest referred to the W4000 as the best LCD of 2008.
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Sony-KDL40W4000/

This is still a good deal but just be aware you are buying an LCD tv that is 2 generations behind. In the fast moving world of LCD technology thats quite a big jump.

Contrast ratio:
W2000 - 8000:1
W4000 - 33,000:1
#8
Seems quite pricey for a 40" TV. An LCD one at that.

Could get a 50" Plasma for this price, or a few quid more.

Voted Cold
#9
ThePennyPincher
Seems quite pricey for a 40" TV. An LCD one at that. Could get a 50" Plasma for this price, or a few quid more.

It’s a 1080P TV AND a Blu-ray player that normally costs £250 so it’s not directly comparable.
Also, it’s not just about how big the TV is but is it any good. :thinking:
#10
Agharta
It’s a 1080P TV AND a Blu-ray player that normally costs £250 so it’s not directly comparable.
Also, it’s not just about how big the TV is but is it any good. :thinking:


and what you do with it :whistling:
banned#11
Yes this TV suffers from terrible clouding issues, it would destroy my viewing pleasure if I owned it (a friend does).
#12
smokedog
This an old model and they are just clearing stock. The W4000 is now out and hdtvtest referred to the W4000 as the best LCD of 2008.
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Sony-KDL40W4000/

This is still a good deal but just be aware you are buying an LCD tv that is 2 generations behind. In the fast moving world of LCD technology thats quite a big jump.

Contrast ratio:
W2000 - 8000:1
W4000 - 33,000:1


Still not 100Hz though - my only issue with the V3000 is the slight motion blur, but I've got used to it now.

I reckon the new generation Sammy's will rival the W4000, but the production quality control is so hit and miss with Samsungs that I wouldn't touch them. My mates had 3 Sammy and each one has had a fault !!!
#13
Agharta
It’s a 1080P TV AND a Blu-ray player that normally costs £250 so it’s not directly comparable.
Also, it’s not just about how big the TV is but is it any good. :thinking:



I'm well aware of that, but this TV will not compare to a good 50" 1080p Plasma Panny will it :roll:

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