KDL-37W5500U - 37" Sony Bravia LCD TV - 100hz, 1080p - 3 Year Warranty - £564.95 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Great TV, very good specs, very good reviews - 5 Stars @ What Hi-Fi

They want £850 for this in my Sony Centre, and the next best online price I can see is £629 - most places it is still £700 plus.

This seems a great price - it is only £15 more than the 32" version.
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#1
What Hi-Fi 5 Star review is here:

Sony’s ‘W’ series is back to winning ways with a belting, benchmark-setting performance

Bravia 3 Year guarantee is still active, as seen on the Sony Website - just need to register your TV online to get it

http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/bravia-lcd-televisions/15/1?cpint=HubTV08

Full specs available @ Bravia website:

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/t32-w-series/kdl-37w5500#pageType=TechnicalSpecs

http://www.irishlcd.ie/SAMSUNG2008/SONY/KDL40W5500.M.jpg
#2
Just seen M&S have this TV on 'special offer' for £850! :whistling:
#3
£599 at Sainsbury - reduced from £750
#4
KrispiiDuck
£599 at Sainsbury - reduced from £750


Still £750 online - I presume that £599 is the instore price
#5
yeah this was £599 in sainsburys

(but this is cheaper !) :)
#6
good deal.
#7
jackvdbuk
yeah this was £599 in sainsburys

(but this is cheaper !) :)


It was still £599 in my Sainsbury on Friday - also means you can pick it up and take it home.
It's a fab tv - I bought one :D
#8
hot price for a great tv, now its just a case of whether to take the plunge now or wait for the new models......
#9
Bought one yesterday when Sainsburys put the price back. Fingers crossed it is as good as everyone says it is :)
#10
http://i48.tinypic.com/v74kdw.jpg

you wont be disappointed :)
#11
interested, hot
#12
awesome TV, especially if you have a decent HD source running through it.

I have the 40" version (paid £599 when the Argos deal was on) :thumbsup:
#13
This is cheaper than the buy in price (i work for sony) fantastic deal
#14
Got one from Asda for £400 in October, very pleased with it. Only thing is slight backlight bleed in top right corner and at bottom by sony logo. Only noticable when no lights on in lounge and in a dark scene. Sony's are known for it.
#15
Damn, if only the 40" was priced near this >_>
#16
Am in the same boat as you. Think am gonna wait for the new model, which will hopefully fix the blacklight bleed. Ive also heard the 37" panels are different from the 32,40"+ ones. All panels use the S-PVA bar the 37", dont know why.

marshalex
hot price for a great tv, now its just a case of whether to take the plunge now or wait for the new models......
#17
Just bought My P3 shame i dont have the funds I would get this Heat & Rep Added:thumbsup:
#18
This is a good deal. Does anyone know when the new models are due?
#19
Is this TV better than the £599 Samsung in Argos per http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/566220/samsung-40-100hz-internet-tv-599-99 ?
#20
russell07
Is this TV better than the £599 Samsung in Argos per http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/566220/samsung-40-100hz-internet-tv-599-99 ?


When I was shopping around for my 32" I compared Sony to Samsung.

Looking at them side by side, I preferred the Sony. But, plenty of people will tell you different.

You really need to take a look at both, and decide what is best for you.

Having said that, both TV's are excellent
#21
Is it not best to wait for the Freeview HD to be built in to TV's?

Surely you'll need to mess about with Freesat or Sky HD with the current TV's on the market?
#22
richandrene
Is it not best to wait for the Freeview HD to be built in to TV's?

Surely you'll need to mess about with Freesat or Sky HD with the current TV's on the market?


you make a fair point but then you can wait for the next bit of technology to come along forever. with that in mind freeview hd is already broadcasting in a couple of areas yet there are no set top boxes to receive it that are available to buy....the humax is due soon-priced around £170. it will be interesting to see how much manufacturers factor in the cost of the hd receiver.

back on the 'wait for built in hd freeview point'...the next thing we'll need is a freeview hd+ box to be able to record hd programmes! so you'll need another box anyway.

by the way! the sony v and w series are great. we had 2 with backlight probs, sent them back and the third has no probs whatsoever. sd is okay to good, but then show me big screen that is fantastic with sd. hd-what they are built for is stunning - especially thru blu ray.
#23
russell07
Is this TV better than the £599 Samsung in Argos per http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/566220/samsung-40-100hz-internet-tv-599-99 ?


I can't tell you if it is better, both have been reviewed very favourably, but I can tell you why I didn't go for the Samsung after having seen it in a store. The screen is glossy, whereas the Sony is matte. This may not be important to you, but a glossy screen can be very reflective with the wrong lighting. No one wants to watch a movie and see themselves reflected in the screen.
#24
Quinten
I can't tell you if it is better, both have been reviewed very favourably, but I can tell you why I didn't go for the Samsung after having seen it in a store. The screen is glossy, whereas the Sony is matte. This may not be important to you, but a glossy screen can be very reflective with the wrong lighting. No one wants to watch a movie and see themselves reflected in the screen.


I agree with that 100%.

As to the person talking about waiting for this TV to include freesat, Sony already do a model in the same series with freesat built in.

At the sony store it was £150 extra.

Technology (in this area) is constantly improving, so you could spend forever waiting for the next thing to be released
#25
Tightpants - "the next thing we'll need is a freeview hd+ box to be able to record hd programmes!"

You need one of the Panasaonic Blu-ray recorders - twin HD Freestat tuners, HD recording to HDD, and recording/transfer to blu-ray.

Cost as much as this telly, though!
#26
therealpmuk
Tightpants - "the next thing we'll need is a freeview hd+ box to be able to record hd programmes!"

You need one of the Panasaonic Blu-ray recorders - twin HD Freestat tuners, HD recording to HDD, and recording/transfer to blu-ray.

Cost as much as this telly, though!


lol - I was thinking of getting one for each room!
#27
I bought this model just before Christmas from M&S for £600 (after Quidco) because they were doing a free five year warranty. We love it, it's a great telly and the picture is really good.
#28
I've been hunting for a 37" tv for a while now, this looks a great deal.

I was wondering whether anyone has played a 360 (or PS3) on one and what the lag is like on games?
#29
Civic EG6
Am in the same boat as you. Think am gonna wait for the new model, which will hopefully fix the blacklight bleed. Ive also heard the 37" panels are different from the 32,40"+ ones. All panels use the S-PVA bar the 37", dont know why.


apparently the 37" doesn't have the backlight bleed problems like the 40" from what i've read. just a shame the usb port doesn't support avi, mp4 or mkv either which is another factor going against it compared to a 6 series samsung. shame the samsung is a fair bit more expensive
#30
theRob
I've been hunting for a 37" tv for a while now, this looks a great deal.

I was wondering whether anyone has played a 360 (or PS3) on one and what the lag is like on games?


My other half plays his Xbox and PS3 through ours and he's never complained of any lag - you need a decent HDMI cable though.
#31
CelticStar
My other half plays his Xbox and PS3 through ours and he's never complained of any lag - you need a decent HDMI cable though.


:thumbsup: Ta very much.
#32
thearbiter65
I agree with that 100%.

As to the person talking about waiting for this TV to include freesat, Sony already do a model in the same series with freesat built in.

At the sony store it was £150 extra.

Technology (in this area) is constantly improving, so you could spend forever waiting for the next thing to be released


Thanks for the feedback. Just to point out - the Samsung does have Freeview HD built in..!
#33
Seems an excellent deal. got mine from sainsburys for 599 less 12 back from quidco.

Excellent TV so far, great on fifa on xbox. Sky HD next weekend!
#34
expired :( gone up by £135!!!
#35
Anyone know where i can get it just as cheap? I wanted to buy this off amazon today
#36
i saw an add in the paper this TV in M&S for £499.99
#37
jackvdbuk
i saw an add in the paper this TV in M&S for £499.99


The S5500 is available @ M&S for £499, but this TV is still £849 on their website
#38
Mine's finally arrived \o/

Can't wait to set it all up tonight :D
#39
Quinten
Mine's finally arrived \o/

Can't wait to set it all up tonight :D


Nice one - would love to have 'upgraded' to this set myself as well, but the missus, she say NO! :roll:

I see the price is now back up to £700! :w00t:
#40
Spend ages re-doing my AV cabinet (finally got rid of my scart switcher and a lot of cables too), and it looks stunning. Only problem I have is that the TV does not seem to display in 720p/1080i/1080p with the PS3. Was quite late, so I didn't feel like swapping the HDMI cable, but I suspect that's dodgy. Was only a £1.75 ebay special, so no big loss, but annoying none-the-less.

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