HURRY LAST WEEK £634.49 SONY BRAVIA KDL40D3500 40" Full HD 1080p LCD TV, FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY - HotUKDeals
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In store at costco from this monday 9th june the Sony KDL40D3500 40" Full HD 1080p digital LCD TV will be only £634.49 including vat, try find it cheaper!!! including an excellent 5 years warranty and a 90 day money back guarantee. If you dont like the tv or simply change your mind you can simply take it back for a full refund even if it has been used. The offer was in a yellow booklet that you can pick up now instore, Decent tv at a great price with a 5 years warranty just what i was looking for.

* Picture Enhancement - Bravia Engine
* Contrast - 16000 : 1 Contrast
* Sound type - S-Force Sound Technology
* Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component,1xPC
* Visible Screen Size - 40"


If any one has bought this tv please write what you think as i dont know to much about it.

If you click the link you can see information on the 5year warranty, 90 day return and the free technical support you get from costco, really good place to buy from.
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#1
That sounds very cheap!

Nice find
banned#2
Good deal cheapest i can find, cant go wrong with the 5 year warranty heat and rep deserved and added.

its better buying instore i reckon you can go see what your buying, get the full experience, feel it, hear it, see it!

costco are good esp the money back guarantee cause u can use it for the full 90 days and still return it and get 100% refund.

Edit. FANTASTIC DEAL AFTER LOOKING AROUND.

Confirmed by costco, just rang them, they also said plenty of stock so who ever wants one will be able to buy one. which is nice, no running out!

Theres loadsa tv deals at the moment but whats the point making them hot if theres only like 10 available for the whole of the uk, at least this ones available everywhere and to everyone who wants to and can buy it SO HOT HOT HOT.

Cant beleive your not Repped up!

* 40" Widescreen LCD TV
* 1080P full HD Ready
* 1920x1080p resolution
* 16000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
* 500cd/m2 brightness
* Integrated Digital Freeview tuner
* BRAVIA Engine picture enhancement technology & 24p True Cinema
* BRAVIA Theatre Sync
* S-Force Surround Sound
* 178 Degree Viewing Angle
* 2 x HDMI connections
* 2 SCARTsockets
* 1 composite input
* 1 component input
* 1 S-Video input
* 1 PC Input
#3
does this include vat
1 Like #4
Im telling you this is a cheap deal, i was look for a 40 - 42 inch tv for a while and luckily i waited, this is currently £696 in store at Costco at the moment but im waiting until Monday now obviously. if you look around its more expensive from nearly everywhere online and instore and thats without the 5 year warranty which would cost you on average £100+ from most places.

And yes the price includes VAT so total price is £634.49
#5
nice find jay
#6
good find heat added shame ive already got an m86 samsung or i would have snapped this up
#7
is it any good/? and is it made by sony or rebadged cheap chinese capper something about u series or m series cant rember
#8
any thoughts on this as a big PC monitor at 1920x1200?

cheers
#9
Next cheapest I can find is £619.00 + £34.99 p&p at http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/products_moreinfo3/index.asp?product_id=14697

I'm waiting on the 40zf355d to drop.
#10
there you go so thats £619 + £34.99 for delivery = £653.99

plus they're 5 year warranty is £199 so total for same deal is £852.99

or still more with only standard 1 year warranty at £653.99

so this is cheap. lol.
#11
Goose74
any thoughts on this as a big PC monitor at 1920x1200?

cheers


doubt it will do 1920x1200
but it will certainly do 1920x1080 which is pretty big!!
the list of resolutions is very small with tv's compared with computer monitors.

i bought a 24" hyundai from novatech which goes to 1920x1200 and its sweeet! roughly 300quid
#12
its not a bad tv, made by sony themselves so not a cheap n nasty tv rebranded.
full hd so SD pictures are not its best feature, but HD pictures are very good as well as PS3 / Xbox360.
I have it in my bedroom and its great... I paid £899 for it at the time and thought that was a good deal!!
1 Like #13
i bought the same set in costco a few months back when it was £705. Its a great set I have it wall mounted & use it as a TV & monitor for my HTPC. Cannot recommend it enough especially now it is even cheaper :thumbsup:

http://img388.imageshack.us/img388/9115/photo0001dj7.th.jpg
#14
Voted Hot!

Very very tempted to get this, but if someone already has it can they calrify this will do full 1080p on the vga input?
If not will it do it via the hdmi?
#15
If only i had the money !
#16
How good are Sony bravia hd tvs showing standard dev? Because a lot of hd tvs looking terrible when showing none hd content. The only tvs I have seen which the quality is amazing are the Panasonic Viera tvs.
#17
TAZ007
Voted Hot!

Very very tempted to get this, but if someone already has it can they calrify this will do full 1080p on the vga input?
If not will it do it via the hdmi?


using a nvidia 8800gt via dvi to hdmi it can do:


1080p50
1080p24
1080p
1080i

according to the nvidia control panel
#18
have got this tv, in fact from costco when it was more expensive. its very good
#19
mrbond007
If only i had the money !


if only there were a store near me :(
#20
Cheers jay_leeds

Was just on my way to Costco when i read this. Saved me the trip. Looks like i'll be buying it Monday evening after work! Great price. Rep added
#21
#22
VGA RES is 1360x768 iirc
SD performance is brilliant I don't even use the freeview and picture still awesome
#23
Voted hot. Bought this couple of weeks ago from John Lewis. They have it for £849 but will price match so I got it for £663 + 5 years warranty. Worth trying to get John Lewis to price match if you cant get there.

:)
#24
Okay... just read up a bit and it seems this tv is great for HD and PS3 but awful on standard definition. Many reviews also point out very bad motion blur.

Still think this is a hot deal for those with HD sources as you get alot for the price. Maybe the 42px80 plasma would be better for those who predominantly watch SD (£650 price matched from John Lewis with 5 year guarantee).
#25
I love the BRAVIA on Sony's mobile, but only can be used in Japan. WTF
#26
It included VAT, whoever asked.
#27
btw - this is only £50 (+vat) off the normal Costco price.
#28
empyphil
How good are Sony bravia hd tvs showing standard dev? Because a lot of hd tvs looking terrible when showing none hd content. The only tvs I have seen which the quality is amazing are the Panasonic Viera tvs.

LCD tVs in general are poor at SD picture, plasma do a better job at SD

But for HD gaming, LCD is usually a better option considering all factors
#29
Hope its better quality build than the Sony KDL-32S3000 I bought a month ago. The tv cabinet doesn't fit to the screen and leaves a gap all along the bottom. Sony quality ain't what it used to be:x
#30
How do you get a membership at costco if your not with a business?
#31
you do not have to be a business.

Just ring them up and ask them what you ned to take along
#32
marcosdjcm
LCD tVs in general are poor at SD picture, plasma do a better job at SD

But for HD gaming, LCD is usually a better option considering all factors

That is spot on !! , I have panasonic viera 42" plasma (3 years old) and a 40" sony bravia lcd (1 year old) and the plasma is far better on SD pictures. However HD dvds played through Xbox 360 look slightly better on the LCD than the Plasma, as do the games. The difference isnt that significant though but there is an an improvement with the LCD.
I would say if you predominantly use the TV for viewing SD TV then go for a Plasma definately. The pictures I get on the LCD can be very poor compared to the Plasma. The same source feeds both TVs and the LCD is much newer than my plasma so it would fair to assume the LCD would outperform its rival .... it most certainly does not from a SD source ..... quite the opposite !!

Do your homework before buying LCD or PLASMA's, as I did and you will not be dissapointed with the results.

As a TV that is used mainly for HD Gaming and perhaps occassionally as a secondary TV then you would be pushed to find a better purchase than this and from a reputable company too .... Costco's customer service is second to none.

HTH
#33
Goose74
any thoughts on this as a big PC monitor at 1920x1200?

cheers


Big computer table?

Will be fine, set your graphics card to output HDTV.

You are rubber, I am glue....
#34
Do Costco do 46" TV ?
#35
AlistairS
using a nvidia 8800gt via dvi to hdmi it can do:


1080p50
1080p24
1080p
1080i

according to the nvidia control panel


Thank you:thumbsup:
#36
AlistairS
i bought the same set in costco a few months back when it was £705. Its a great set I have it wall mounted & use it as a TV & monitor for my HTPC. Cannot recommend it enough especially now it is even cheaper :thumbsup:

http://img388.imageshack.us/img388/9115/photo0001dj7.th.jpg


nice job hiding the wiring
#37
Unfortunately it's Costco - 95% of us can't use them, not owning businesses!

Unless there's some way for ordinary punters to become members?

Costco is an exclusive wholesale cash and carry membership warehouse club and is not open to the general public. Membership is required. You are eligible for trade membership if you are a bonafide business owner/manager who can provide evidence of trading.
#38
Have Costco started to give 5 year warranty with their TV's now?
I bought one last year and it only has a 3 year warranty!
#39
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Your warranty on the TV you buy whilst a member is only valid if you stay a member.
So if you buy a TV and then cancel or do not renew your membership the warranty is void.

[COLOR="Red"]Membership is £30 inc VAT per year.
If the TV you have has a 5 year warranty the cost of the warranty is realistically £150.[/COLOR]

Just something to bear in mind for all those of you thinking of becoming a member only to buy a TV.

You do not need to own your own business to become a member!
Members of trade unions, NHS employees, professionals (i.e. Solicitors or Doctors), can also apply for membership.
There is a full list of the qualifying professions at all Costco stores; this can be found on the wall behind the customer services desk.
If you go to your local Costco they will give you a viewing pass, this allows you to walk around the store and view products, but you are not able to buy anything.
One of the main differences between a trade and personal membership is that you are unable to buy tobacco products on a personal membership; also trade members get different opening times, see this link for the Leeds store.
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#40
empyphil
How good are Sony bravia hd tvs showing standard dev? Because a lot of hd tvs looking terrible when showing none hd content. The only tvs I have seen which the quality is amazing are the Panasonic Viera tvs.


Like the vast majority of full hd tvs, if you dont intend feeding it with an hd source then dont waste your money as you will only be dissapointed.

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