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#1
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* Key Features:
* HD Ready 720 picture quality
* USB Media Player
* Easy connectivity with 4x HDMI and BRAVIA Sync technology
* BRAVIA Sync
* BRAVIA Engine 2 technology for advanced picture quality
* 24p True Cinema
* In-built light sensor for enhanced colour reproduction
* In-built instruction manual
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Amazing quality High Definition pictures, connection to a world of home entertainment and a stylish compact design to suit any space. Where will you put your EX301? Compact design doesn't mean missing out on top features.
This HD Ready model is packed with technology to deliver true-to-life colours, highly detailed HD pictures and superb sound. Its compact size is ideal viewing for any small living space.
#2
Same TV that carphone are giving away with 24mth contracts (I know its a lot of money over 2 years). Don't know if its any good just thought I would add that in case anyone was interested.

http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/buy/SAMSUNG-C3050-TG25T-SONTV
#3
same price at amazon as i believe theres a deal posted with it the other day.

£350 at john lewis with 5 year warrenty which maybe even better deal
#4
quizmaniac
same price at amazon as i believe theres a deal posted with it the other day.

£350 at john lewis with 5 year warrenty which maybe even better deal


This isn't the same TV as the one at John Lewis - the one at JL is better (it has Freeview HD, 1080p, Bravia Engine 3 and DLNA). The one at Play is Freeview SD, 720p, BE2, and no DLNA.....
#5
Not a great TV but a good price for a Sony-Voted HOT
#6
Seems they're all trying to offload the stock without Freeview HD built in - because pretty soon nobody will want a TV without.
#7
I won't vote hot. £299 seems to becoming the standard price for a HD ready TV from a good brand name. Argos are doing a similar specced Samsung for the same price.

Think I'm looking for £280 or less for such a TV these days for a true bargain.

Certainly not a bad price, though.
#8
This isnt such a great deal - I would now want full HD at this price
#9
I'm not seeing this £350 Sony with HD tuner in it on the john lewis website.
#10
jhw
Seems they're all trying to offload the stock without Freeview HD built in - because pretty soon nobody will want a TV without.


I'll never want freeview, SD, HD or even 3D. i'm quite content with my Sky+HD thanks... :thumbsup:
#11
Lord Biddy
This isnt such a great deal - I would now want full HD at this price


I'd want a 55" 3D LED TV but it ain't gonna happen kid. £299 is a crackin' price for a brand new TV model from Sony.
#12
Even Tesco have this at £299 (+ double Clubcard points), as do John Lewis (out of stock tho!) with a 5 year warranty. (and as someone else pointed out, Amazonhave same TV too!)

Cold from me, because the other two above are better.

Tesco:
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-2393.aspx

John Lewis:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230905790/Product.aspx?s_kwcid=TC|16229|32ex301||S|p|5076413938
#13
..from SAINSBURYS there's a £25 voucher claim at the same price in store (and over the last weekend triple nectar points)..I'm not sure these days the 5 yr guarantee is really worth that much (unless of course it goes wrong after 366 days)
#14
same price in Comet
#15
Is a good price for a Sony, but the stumbling block is it's only 720p
#16
comet discount code 5199AW.. just order to collect instore or get delivered (free after 5days) and get it for £284.05.
#17
theserpent;8741066
I'll never want freeview, SD, HD or even 3D. i'm quite content with my Sky+HD thanks... :thumbsup:
Yeah - you continue to pay the price of this TV to Rupert Murdoch every three months and we'll be quite content to continue to laugh at you. :thumbsup:
#18
Not worth it. cold.
#19
Baron Jerk-Off;8740748
Argos are doing a similar specced Samsung for the same price.

Samsung are not in the same league which is why they alwayy cost less.
#20
quick question...'USB Media Player' - does this mean that you can plug an external hard drive into it and play divx, mp3, etc?
1 Like #21
I tried this TV out recently in JL and it played my divx movies fine on my 500 gb hdd. The problem is they quality of the Freeview SD is appalling - you have been warned. By the way the £350 model was not Freeview HD 2 weeks ago.
#22
retropolis
Samsung are not in the same league which is why they alwayy cost less.


I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of Sony TVs used Samsung panels actually. While I'll admit Sony are a better brand, they are hardly leagues apart. As with any Sony product, you pay a premium for the name.
#23
Goober
By the way the £350 model was not Freeview HD 2 weeks ago.


Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U £349.95 (with promotion code) at John Lewis

Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U LCD HD 1080p Television, 32 inch with Built-in Freeview HD
#24
Vote Cold! I got my 40EX403U + 5 years warranty last weekend for £499 =)
#25
thesanchez;8744252
While I'll admit Sony are a better brand, they are hardly leagues apart. As with any Sony product, you pay a premium for the name.
You pay a premium for the name but do you even get a better product? Sony make rubbish like everyone else - just more expensive rubbish to be lapped up by the gullible.
#26
Grantos1
Is a good price for a Sony, but the stumbling block is it's only 720p


At 32 inches you won't be able to see any difference between 720p or 1080p unless your nose is virtually touching the screen.

This is an amazing deal and those voting cold are idiots.
#27
MDL199;8746721
At 32 inches you won't be able to see any difference between 720p or 1080p unless your nose is virtually touching the screen.
So how near do you have to be to a 50" one, bearing in mind that it's about 50% bigger in each dimension?

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