Sony 32 inch KDL32BX300U HD Ready LCD TV with BRAVIA Engine 2 + USB Media Player - £279.99 delivered at - HotUKDeals
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HD Ready enjoy your favourite TV shows and movies in detailed digital High Definition quality;USB Media Player plug in a USB device and enjoy movies, photos and music on your TV using USB playback;HDMI 4 inputs (3 on rear, 1 on side, all with CEC);Light Sensor automatically adjust screen brightness to suit ambient light levels in the room; BRAVIA Sync control your entire home entertainment system with a universal remote control option; BRAVIA ENGINE 2 experience incredibly clear and defined colour and picture detail

# Sony Bravia KDL32BX300 32-inch Widescreen LCD TV with Freeview Bravia Engine 2 Video Signal 576i,480p, 576p,1080i,720p
# 1080p (HDMI®/Component)
# 24p input (HDMI)
# Sleep Timer
# Accessories AC Cable Attached,Operating Instructions ,VESA Mounting Holes,VESA Hole Spacing (cm) 20 x 20,VESA Screw Dimensions (Type/Length) M6,Table-Top Stand Supplied,Remote Commander RM-ED022,Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL500 (optional)
# Digital Amplifier
# S-Force Front Surround Dolby Digital Plus
# Power Output (W) 20W (10W x 2)
# Sound Mode Dynamic/Standard/Clear Voice
# Surround Mode Cinema/Music/Sport/Game
# Steady Sound
# Dolby Digital
# Dolby Digital Plus
# 5.1 Channel Audio Out
# Speaker Off
# Colour System
# NTSC 3.58/4.43 (Video In)
# PAL .................
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Would you be able to get the VAT back on this model?
I've read somewhere that Sony have signed a deal to put Taiwanese panels in their sets.
Oh dear.
Would you be able to get the VAT back on this model?
Is this better than the KDL32EX301U and the Samsung LE32C450?

Edited By: jrussd on Dec 19, 2010 17:26: update
I've read somewhere that Sony have signed a deal to put Taiwanese panels in their sets.Oh dear.

Yep, I believe it is Foxconn who got the contract......
What's wrong with Taiwan then? As far as I was aware they have an absolutely massive booming electronics industry. Foxconn are a huge company, try and find a computer motherboard which doesn't use Foxconn components for example.

If you'd said they were using British LCD panels for example then I'd probably be concerned. Of course the UK does have a decent electronics industry ARM for example own the integrated mobile cpu market all over the world.

I see no reason to chastise Taiwan, their technology market penetration is massive compared to the U.K. They also have a vastly superior technological infrastructure in comparison to world leading countries such as the UK and USA.

Operating revenue $59 billion. Net income $2.2 billion as of 2008.

Operating revenue $11.2 billion, AU Optronics panels are found in a huge variety of laptops.

"Now AUO manufacture TFT panels for Samsung, LG, Dell, Apple's, Viewsonic etc who are world leaders in computer display."

Alluding to a presumption that Taiwan can't manufacture decent LCD panels, is completely and utterly laughable, and possibly sides towards racism. The reason that Sony have signed a contract to use Taiwanese maufactured panels is because Taiwan actually produces some of the best LCDs that are possible to put in your television.

Edited By: fishmaster on Dec 20, 2010 00:31: ■

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