Sony 32" LCD KDL32V4000 and Sony DAVDZ260 Home Cinema System £399 instore (or £19.99 delivery) - HotUKDeals
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Product Information for the TV

32" (81cm) HD Ready BRAVIA LCD TV with BRAVIA ENGINE, 3 HDMI and a 178° viewing angle


HD ready 720P
built in digital TV tuner
30,000 : 1 dynamic contrast
BRAVIA Engine Image Technology
BBE Sound System
3 x HDMI connections
2 x SCART connections
1 x Component connections
1 x PC connections

Product Information for the HTK
850W - Total power from satellite speaker
5.1 Channels - Full surround sound
DVD uspcaling - Near high definition images
Optical link - Best audio connection
Optical Link - Best audio connection
USB port - Connect external storage devices
Auto-Calibration - Optimal sound settings
AM/FM Tuner - For radio channels
USB Port - Connect external storage devices
FM / AM Wavebands
Digital inputs
DTS Sound - Improved sound quality
Digital outputs
Colour - Black
DTS
Height - 66mm

You could try the free delivery vochers too and quidco to save a bit more
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#1
This will be advertsied in store, but to get it on line head to the tv pages, find the Sony KDL32V4000 and at the bottom of the page are the packages which this is the top one. Add to basket there.

Bargain.
#2
why voted cold?, seems good deal to me voted hot
#3
Why cold? Voted hot too!
#5
The cheapest I can find the tv for is £370 and for the HTK is £140, so at the worst case scenario this deal is over £100 cheaper and all for good quality kit.
#6
Great price :)
#7
Same offer available at Dixons

Use SAVE10 for £10 off, but I can't get DELTV to work for free delivery. Does anyone have a code?
#8
Voted hot. Seriously considering it.
#9
Got me thinking now, do I get this, or in the run up to xmas will there be even better deals to come along??
#11
vialli25
Got me thinking now, do I get this, or in the run up to xmas will there be even better deals to come along??


You buy your ticket you take your chances.

I personally cannot see TVs falling much more than they are now, I really do believe that once this glut of TVs are sold off prices will begin to hold steady or even increase.

These large chain stores have stocked up buying these TVs months in advance as they come from China and other Asian countries for the run up to christmas.

However since then the economy has taken a turn for the worse and they want to offload them ASAP as newer models will soon be coming up behind them, Currys will then take a decision once this stock has gone to only re order 10% next time, if all the chain stores do this then TV stocks in the uk will drop and supply / demand will then mean that prices will hold or even rise.

It happens from time to time, i say fill your boots while the offers are there.

It will only take Currys or one of the other big stores even Amazon to start raising their prices and all will follow.

As for the DVD system it has either recently or about to be replaced and again they are trying to shift stock.

The deal is not bad at all, however the DVD system can be bought for £140 making it £540 total separate selling price.

John Lewis offer this TV with a 5 year warranty for £399 - A 5 year warranty on a TV is probably worth more than £140, but that is up to the individual to decide

The older the TV gets the more valuable the warranty becomes, the older the DVD player becomes the cheaper it can be bought for
#12
If the dvd player was multiregion (or could be) I would be all over this:(
#13
margamboy

It happens from time to time, i say fill your boots while the offers are there.


I filled my boots with the Argos PS3s. Think I might just hang in there, I've just got a feeling there are still some incredible deals to be announced in time for xmas.
#14
been and bought and voted hot
#15
is the dvd player able to play divx:roll:
#16
TV is only £329.99 at Comet....
#17
abr250
is the dvd player able to play divx:roll:


No

jackthelad
TV is only £329.99 at Comet....


So unless you can get the home theatre kit for £70, then this is the better deal (if you need a cinema system). Think of it as a Xmas present - last week you would have spent more on this on the TV only; this week you can save money and get a HTK too.
#18
abr250
is the dvd player able to play divx:roll:


yes it is:

"...It will also play CDs, Super Audio CDs, Super/Video CDs and even DivX movie, MP3 music and JPEG photo files. These files can also be played either from disc, or from MP3 players and memory sticks attached to the DAVDZ260's USB socket..."
http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/4027
#19
Great price. Great kit. Well done. HOT
#20
silentphoenix
yes it is:

"...It will also play CDs, Super Audio CDs, Super/Video CDs and even DivX movie, MP3 music and JPEG photo files. These files can also be played either from disc, or from MP3 players and memory sticks attached to the DAVDZ260's USB socket..."
http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/4027


Thats for the multi region version (requires a firmware hack and/or non standard remote) - the UK version (or the US version), as sold in Currys, PC World, Dixons etc. will NOT play divx.
#21
heres what we were told about John Lewis and indeed most peoples FREE 5 year warranties.
Someone will have to correct me if they know any different.

if you buy a tv for say £700 and something goes wrong with it in year 2, the company will take it away and have it assessed as to how much it'll cost to fix it. generally from a local subcontracted firm. Example, in the north east, John Lewis use Singh Brother TV repair shop on Chillingham road newcastle.
they do not usually go to a proper service centre, unless specified by the manufacturer.

if your TV is gonna cost £300 inc all consultation, VAT, labour and collection charges, then your £700 TV now has £400 worth of warranty to last it the rest of the 5 years.

if the cost of the TV repair outweighs the market value of the TV, they may ask you to contribute towards the repair, or they may offer to write the TV off and replace it with someone of the same SPEC, not the same value.

they offer no deadlines on when a tv must be repaired by.
it pretty much takes aslong as it takes.

So 5 years is the amount of time that they will offer to do repairs on your TV.
but in 4 or 5 years time, the cost of repairs will USUALLY outweigh the cost of your TV.

its hard to say how good this service actually is, as they've only just started to do it.

I'm not supporting or attempting to sell DSGI warranties in its place,
the majority of folk on this site dont have a good word to say about Currys/Dixons/PCworld.

I just think that people are being taken in my these free 5 year warranties and its better than a standard 12 months, sure but its not the selling point that most believe it to be.

or if anyone has had a great service from this FREE warranty, I'd like to hear it.

Just cos I work for DSGI doesnt mean I always shop there!
#22
jackthelad
TV is only £329.99 at Comet....


Same price (£329.99) at Amazon.co.uk. Offered with free 3 year warranty.

BFN,

fp.
#23
There have been a limited number delivered into stores (Trowbridge had 6 sets - tv and htk) this am. If you still want the deal, it might be worth driving past your local store.
#24
I really missed out, I want this combination so badly at this price!

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