40" Sony KDL40U2000 LCD TV HD Ready WXGA 1366 x 768 HDMI 720p Inc FreeView £899 Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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40" Sony KDL40U2000 LCD TV HD Ready WXGA 1366 x 768 HDMI 720p Inc FreeView £899 Delivered! £879.00

£879.00 @ Total Digital
This looks a good price for the Sony KDL40U2000 LCD TV HD Ready Widescreen TV with built-in FreeView Tuner for £899 including delivery from Total Digital... Delivery in 1 to 3 working days and in-stoc… Read More
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This looks a good price for the Sony KDL40U2000 LCD TV HD Ready Widescreen TV with built-in FreeView Tuner for £899 including delivery from Total Digital... Delivery in 1 to 3 working days and in-stock right now.

Features: 40" screen # HD-ready # HDMI(TM) socket x1 # PC connectivity # RGB x2 # Component video x1 # Picture in Picture function (PC mode with TV window) # High-performance 1 chip video processor # 3D Y/C comb filter # WXGA (1366 x 768) # Integrated digital terrestrial and analogue tuner # BBE ViVA Digital HD3D Sound # Virtual Dolby Surround # Bright highly defined

Thanks to MBeeching for the pointer here: £884.99 delivered: http://www.soundandvisiononline.com/moreinfo/index.asp?product_id=10973 As far as I know Total Digital could price match on this too...
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#1
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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]

[LEFT]SONY BRAVIA
The experience like no other,
just got even better.
BRAVIA is fast becoming synonymous with a quality of colour and a clarity of detail that no comparable LCD TV can match - a picture so good it enhances the viewing experience, no matter what you like to watch. With the incredibly successful launch of BRAVIA, the new Sony FTV and 3LCD range is ready to take the market by storm with its new model launches. The new entry model U-Series features high resolution image processors, integrated digital tuner and is HD ready with HDMI input.[/LEFT]

HD Ready. So you can experience High Definition on our BRAVIA range.
BRAVIA U-Series large screen televisions are High Definition (HD) ready. The HD signal will contain nearly five times the information of a conventional signal and bring even more lifelike imagery to your favourite programmes and movies.


HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
This is a high-bandwidth video connection that carries digitized RGB picture information and can support copy-protection methods. The HDMI specification allows for the presentation device and display device to agree on an optimal picture size and resolution to ensure the highest quality picture automatically. The multi-pin HDMI interface transfers uncompressed digital video with copy protection and multichannel audio. Using an adapter, HDMI is backward-compatible with most current DVI connections.
And with HDMI™ your BRAVIA LCD TV can be linked to other future HD sources, such as Blu-Ray players, next generation games consoles and HD camcorders.
#3
That's a great price for it :) Total Digital will price match too, so could get it from either ;-)

Thanks for the pointer.
#4
Anyone actually got this tv? If so can you tell me what its like?

Thnx
#5
We got this tv a few weeks ago. Its good but the picture quality is not as good as the other Sony Bravia that we have which is the 2010 model. That to be honest did cost a little bit more than this one.
#6
Just be careful with these HD TV's, cause there is two main different quality of HD, which is 720i&p then there's 1080i&p. If you get this tv is can only display 720i so already it's a bit out dated, tv's which can display both are a few hundred more, like the samsung 40" F71, which is also blueray compatible, but their going for around £1180.

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