Sony 32in 1080P Bravia Freesat LCD TV KDL32W5810U £399.00 @ Very 'no voucher needed for this price' - HotUKDeals
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Was £899.00 down to £399.00 can be made even cheaper with 10% Voucher code XX829 and a free delivery code if available, this tv is £519.00 at amazon uk!

37" inch version aT £499.00

Enjoy the stunning sights of high-definition TV without having to pay subscription fees with this Sony 32in Freesat TV.

With 27% of households currently in a location that doesn't receive Freeview signals, Freesat could be the perfect way to avoid being left behind by the TV revolution.

With the use of a satellite dish (including most pre-existing dishes), most of these homes can use Freesat, giving you access to more than 140 free channels - including BBC and ITV HD channels. Full coverage details are available at http://www.freesat.co.uk

The Sony KDL32W5810U's 32in LCD screen has a full HD 1080-pixel resolution and a BRAVIA Engine 3 to create amazingly life-like images, vibrant colours and impressive detail.

You can also keep the whole family entertained with the built-in home networking technologies.

Select movies, photos or music stored on your DLNA-enabled PC, and enjoy them on the big screen at the touch of the button or simply plug in your favourite digital devices.

Light sensor technology adjusts the screen brightness depending on the ambient light levels in your room.

Slim, elegant and ultra cool, the Sony KDL32W5810U's updated design features a deep piano black finish to create a contemporary look to flatter any living space.

Useful info:

* Resolution 1920 x 1080
* Contrast ratio 80,000:1
* BRAVIA Engine 3
* Freesat
* Intelligent Picture
* Live Colour Technology
* 2,000-page teletext
* BRAVIA theatre sync
* Dolby digital sound effect
* 4 x HDMI and 2 x SCART sockets
* Wall mountable (brackets not included)

SONY helpline: 08705 111 999.
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banned#1
best put price & store in title

love the "was £899" bit. Maybe so 5 years ago lol
#2
csiman
best put price & store in title

love the "was £899" bit. Maybe so 5 years ago lol


Thanks, have edited, yeah lol just copied the store description, was £899 at very now £399 :)

Its still £789.00 at comet! saves £10.99 lol

Reviews at amazon uk are good, so tempted to get one for myself, but am determined to save some money grrrr.

Video review on you tube here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKKs0Akd2Fk
#3
These are back on offer then.

I bought the 37" one for £449 last time and got £43 cashback paid a couple of weeks ago.

The HD picture quality is stunning. Had bit quite a bit of motion blur with the standard Virgin box but since upgrading to the V+ it's been so much better.
#4
Can't get the link to work with this..?
#5
darren999
Can't get the link to work with this..?


Yeah link has stopped working, not sure why the page is still there? Try this http://www.very.co.uk/32in-full-hd-freesat-lcd-tv-kdl32w5810u/667235926.prd?browseToken=%2fb%2f4741%2fs%2fprice%2c1%2fo%2f2&trail=4739-4740-4741&prdToken=/p/prod1584675-sku2395246
#6
Mikey1610
These are back on offer then.

I bought the 37" one for £449 last time and got £43 cashback paid a couple of weeks ago.

The HD picture quality is stunning. Had bit quite a bit of motion blur with the standard Virgin box but since upgrading to the V+ it's been so much better.


Have you tried it with a console or PC? Im interested to know if there is any motion blur when gaming?
#7
Thanks Hank

No referral links are working to Very at the moment, is this a sly trick to stop us getting Quidco...
#8
Hanktank
Have you tried it with a console or PC? Im interested to know if there is any motion blur when gaming?


None whatsoever - I'm on my xbox everyday and the quality really is stunning, absolutely crystal clear. I was playing it on a decent CRT before and the difference is huge.

Before I upgraded my box I used to get motion blur whilst watching live sport but it's fine now.
#9
darren999
Thanks Hank

No referral links are working to Very at the moment, is this a sly trick to stop us getting Quidco...



Try additions direct, it's the same place.
#10
my parents picked this one instore at their local tesco for the same price today - maybe only a local thing.
as ex employees they got an extra 10% off too making for a bargain
#11
Mikey1610
None whatsoever - I'm on my xbox everyday and the quality really is stunning, absolutely crystal clear. I was playing it on a decent CRT before and the difference is huge.

Before I upgraded my box I used to get motion blur whilst watching live sport but it's fine now.


Thats made it even harder for me to resist lol, im using a 3 year old Acer 32" LCD for PS3 and Wii and its starting to show ghosting on fast moving scenes and has some dark patches on the screen. I want to replace it but really shouldn't spend any more money lol...
#12
Ok I just odered one for £359.10 with 10% off and free delivery :). This really is the last thing im buying for a few months, think im going to have to stop myself using this site so I don't see any more offers lol
#13
How many years warranty does this tv have?
#14
two questions
does it plays movies from usb,?
and it has ethernet/lan port for watching youtube?
#15
good post must watch spend as cameron says years of suffering ahead
#16
and 8% cashback on Fatcheese

extend to 5 yr warranty is C £250
#17
Does anyone know if Sony are still doing the free upgrade to a 3yr warranty or is it just a standard 1year warranty?
#18
Hanktank
Thats made it even harder for me to resist lol, im using a 3 year old Acer 32" LCD for PS3 and Wii and its starting to show ghosting on fast moving scenes and has some dark patches on the screen. I want to replace it but really shouldn't spend any more money lol...



You won't get any of that on this TV. They've improved a lot since 3 - 4 years ago.

Flog your old one on ebay or something and it'll bring the cost of this one down a little.
I was the same, said I wouldn't bother with an LCD for now as it's something I can live without and my CRT was still going strong and cost me a small fortune at the time but when the 37" of this one came on offer I couldn't say no as I always buy Sony for audio and visual products but they are usually very expensive. It cost me £410 after the quidco and I haven't looked back.
#19
WyseGuy
Does anyone know if Sony are still doing the free upgrade to a 3yr warranty or is it just a standard 1year warranty?



It's just 1 year. It was 3 years for a limited time only (tvs bought before 31st March).
#20
spag
two questions
does it plays movies from usb,?
and it has ethernet/lan port for watching youtube?


Yes to both.
#21
Mikey1610
It's just 1 year. It was 3 years for a limited time only (tvs bought before 31st March).


Says here all Bravia's now come with a 3 year guarantee but later on it doesn't list this model - however not sure if that's just because it's not a trade in model...worth a shot registering I guess

http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/bravia/8
#22
darren999
Says here all Bravia's now come with a 3 year guarantee but later on it doesn't list this model - however not sure if that's just because it's not a trade in model...worth a shot registering I guess

http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/bravia/8


That's an old link to last years offer, don't think this set was out then so it's not in the list.
#23
See my post in the KDL32EX403 thread about it coming with and Exclusive to Argos Sony 3 Year Warranty valid until 31st Aug. 2010.
It was inside the box.
#24
I saw the deal yesterday so ordered through a family member who works for Littlewoods, extra 15% off meaning tv for £340. Had a call to say it was delivered about an hour ago. Top quality service.

What better use for a tv than the World Cup and Xbox.
#25
Mine arrived today, great service from very. Going to set it up tomorrow, sold my Acer 32" for £150 so happy days :-)
#26
Mikey1610
You won't get any of that on this TV. They've improved a lot since 3 - 4 years ago.

Flog your old one on ebay or something and it'll bring the cost of this one down a little.
I was the same, said I wouldn't bother with an LCD for now as it's something I can live without and my CRT was still going strong and cost me a small fortune at the time but when the 37" of this one came on offer I couldn't say no as I always buy Sony for audio and visual products but they are usually very expensive. It cost me £410 after the quidco and I haven't looked back.


Very impressed with the TV, the built in digital is very good I would say it was as good as play tv on PS3, I was using that before. The most improvement ive noticed is on the wii, im using component and set it to game mode. The difference between the wii on this TV and my old one is night and day. There is no ghosting, bleeding or marks. Very happy with this TV and can see why people go for sony for TV's. I can't test my PS3 yet becausce I don't have a HDMI cable I was using DVI to HDMI on my last TV but got one on order. Judging by how good the standard def picture is I imagine the PS3 will look stunning!

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