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Amazon have got 8 Sony KDL37EX401U on sale

4 Used - Very Good Contion @ £245 and
4 Used - Like New Condition @ £250

The warehouse TV's come with a 90 Day warranty, hope this helps someone, these are cracking TV's for the price

Cheers
Rudz

40" from £254

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003BVI4BW/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&m=A2OAJ7377F756P&qid=1308722263&sr=1-5&condition=used
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2 Likes #1
Be wary.........I have bought an amazon warehouse tv earlier this year which was also a Sony that was sold "like new" and it had several scratches on it and a large chip out the screen surround. The box was in dreadful condition and there was no paperwork with it

Edited By: jase.2 on Jun 18, 2011 20:43
#2
jase.2
Be wary.........I have bought an amazon warehouse tv earlier this year which was also a Sony that was sold "like new" and it had several scratches on it and a large chip out the screen surround. The box was in dreadful condition and there was no paperwork with it

I had a "good" tv from amazon warehouse (2 grades below "like new") and it was flawless apart from a 1 inch scratch on the base.
If you don't mind a (small) chance of having to return it then there's bargains to be had.
3 Likes #3
These Sony 37" have a buzzing problem, be warned
#4
tazxxx
jase.2
Be wary.........I have bought an amazon warehouse tv earlier this year which was also a Sony that was sold "like new" and it had several scratches on it and a large chip out the screen surround. The box was in dreadful condition and there was no paperwork with it

I had a "good" tv from amazon warehouse (2 grades below "like new") and it was flawless apart from a 1 inch scratch on the base.
If you don't mind a (small) chance of having to return it then there's bargains to be had.


Well you were one of the lucky ones weren't you mate?
#5
I got one of the previous "as new" from Amazon to find the panel was smashed, lot of hassle :(

401 will have the buzzing inverter fault, bravia 2 and no freeview HD tuner. It was a the bottom end model.
1 Like #6
This price for a 37" Sony TV (the market leader) is truly remarkable. HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT.
#7
NX3
These Sony 37" have a buzzing problem, be warned
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#8
Not a great deal, It's more expensive than what the "Like New" KDL-37EX503U was. Amazon don't check the sets over that throughly either, teletext/ red button/ iPlayer doesn't work on mine...

Also had quite a few scratches on the base.


Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 18, 2011 22:22
5 Likes #9
alcorlino999
NX3
These Sony 37" have a buzzing problem, be warned
BUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ


Refurbs are Bee graded
4 Likes #10
bad deal, guess fanboys vote anything sony hot, 3 month warrenty?, i rather pay more and get a full yr thank u
banned#11
I bought 1 the last time mine has had no problems so far and it was in perfect condition as i would expect brand new not a scratch in sight all the dust covers on and everything seems to be working fine including the internet for videos ect.
1 Like #12
Yeh i had a very bad tv from amazon warehouse described as new i uploaded a vid of it to youtube before i returned it.

Dodgy tvs with 3months warrenty, better of paying abit more
#13
never bought owt from here but comments make me not wanna take the risk!
#14
joeybutterface
This price for a 37" Sony TV (the market leader) is truly remarkable. HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT.


Even if it's potentially smashed or making an annoying buzzing noise?
1 Like #15
Heres the vid of my like new 42" lg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDHlNOTdWJc&feature=youtube_gdata_player
It looked like it was dropped and lg replaced the screen but left the casing with cracks in and glued the front back together

Unless its stupidly cheap its not worth he hassle
1 Like #16
I got one of the 100 Hz Sony 37" TV's last time with Freeview HD and internet features for less than this and haven't had a problem with it. It was described "as new" and was. Warehouse deals are hit and miss but they're so easy to arrange returns that it all you really lose is the time wasted waiting for delivery / collection.
#17
LiGhTfasT
Heres the vid of my like new 42" lg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDHlNOTdWJc&feature=youtube_gdata_player
It looked like it was dropped and lg replaced the screen but left the casing with cracks in and glued the front back together

Its only 'minor' cosmetic damage :p

Unless its stupidly cheap its not worth he hassle
1 Like #18
I got a an 503 model a few weeks ago and there has been no buzzing , no scratches , everything works and still had all the plastic film over the surround and base , it was called a B grade but it was like new!!! so you just take a chance when you buy with the warehouse side. If you have to return anything it is so easy and they pick it up and refund very quickly.
#19
I had an 'as new' Freesat receiver from them.
It was well used and turned itself off after an hour or so (power supply fault). It had obviously be returned as faulty and simply shipped out to me 'as is' with no checks or repair work done. This was just before last Christmas and so took a couple of weeks to get it shipped back and refunded. Will not buy 'used' or 'refurbished' again.
#20
Might as well spend the extra 50 quid and get it new - yes, this is for money saving, but hazardous money saving is a no-no from me. I don't see why so many used TV deals are posted - it's such a gamble to save only a little. The majority of them were returned for a genuine reason and it seems like these TVs aren't even refurbed or checked over. What a con.
1 Like #21
surprised that Horace van wossname hasn't put his oar in yet.
#22
excellent price, the EX5 was a similar deal not too long ago

this item is covered under Amazon's return policy (excellent) so worth chancing - most reports from the EX5 deal were very positive

Edited By: marvmikey on Jun 19, 2011 10:57
#23
sony = quality ?

the sony LCD tvs are frankly very low quality, murky greys, serious lack of contrast, means washed out images

what should be black on these screens appears as blue-grey ( take a look in a dark room )

all LCDs suffer from lack of contrast and inability to produce blacks

if you want a flat large tv, a plasma is your only choice at moment

unless you like that washed out cartooned look of a lcd screen - i dont - its absolutely awful, compare it to a traditional glass tv image and weep, its no joke just how bad these tvs are
#24
aspecrdan
sony = quality ?

the sony LCD tvs are frankly very low quality, murky greys, serious lack of contrast, means washed out images

what should be black on these screens appears as blue-grey ( take a look in a dark room )

all LCDs suffer from lack of contrast and inability to produce blacks

if you want a flat large tv, a plasma is your only choice at moment

unless you like that washed out cartooned look of a lcd screen - i dont - its absolutely awful, compare it to a traditional glass tv image and weep, its no joke just how bad these tvs are

The Sony Bravia KDL37EX503U I purchased earlier this month is actually an awesome telly. Can't fault it in any way. No noticable buzzing like stated, amazing picture.
#25
NX3
These Sony 37" have a buzzing problem, be warned


Mine hasn't.

It's a great TV.
#26
Plasma for anything above 40 inch but this is only 37. Try a top of the range sony, my w series has outstanding crystal clear picture quality. These tvs are bottom end of Sonys lcd range. Still worth a punt at this price imo.
#27
aspecrdan
sony = quality ?

the sony LCD tvs are frankly very low quality, murky greys, serious lack of contrast, means washed out images

what should be black on these screens appears as blue-grey ( take a look in a dark room )

all LCDs suffer from lack of contrast and inability to produce blacks

if you want a flat large tv, a plasma is your only choice at moment

unless you like that washed out cartooned look of a lcd screen - i dont - its absolutely awful, compare it to a traditional glass tv image and weep, its no joke just how bad these tvs are


What a load of drivel.

The picture on my 40" Sony set is fantastic.

Watched IMAX Hubble on it the other night and you couldn't get the picture any darker ... film was shot in space and it was black .. not grey .. not washed out, but crystal clear and the sky was black.
#28
joeybutterface
This price for a 37" Sony TV (the market leader) is truly remarkable. HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT.
Sony may be the market leader and even the quality leader, but they also have sets (like this one) in the budget segment that are just terrible.

The price is good, but I still think it is not a deal.
#29
aspecrdan
sony = quality ?

the sony LCD tvs are frankly very low quality, murky greys, serious lack of contrast, means washed out images

what should be black on these screens appears as blue-grey ( take a look in a dark room )

all LCDs suffer from lack of contrast and inability to produce blacks

if you want a flat large tv, a plasma is your only choice at moment

unless you like that washed out cartooned look of a lcd screen - i dont - its absolutely awful, compare it to a traditional glass tv image and weep, its no joke just how bad these tvs are


You're insane.

Please bring your plasma against a £750 Samsung LED LCD so I can watch you weep.

Edited By: rsg on Jun 19, 2011 13:24
#30
Refurbs can be worth the risk - I bought a refurbed HP laptop and it's been going for over 3.5 years now. Very impressive, and knowing Amazon's return service I would give this a shot if I needed another telly.
banned#31
how do they get it so cheap?
#32
Bought the 100 HZ 503 version of this when it was on offer on warehouse-bargains, other than a slight buzzing noise I've been very happy with it. Arrived in sealed in basically brand new condition, only slight defects were no batteries and a couple of un-noticeable scuffs on the bezel. Don't know about this one but 1080p + freeview hd + internet tv = win :)
#33
NX3
I got one of the previous "as new" from Amazon to find the panel was smashed, lot of hassle :(

401 will have the buzzing inverter fault, bravia 2 and no freeview HD tuner. It was a the bottom end model.



well my 37EX401U, that i got from co-op (got it jan 2011) does not have this buzzing problem, & it works great
also not bothered about the lack of freeview HD tuner, got sky hd instead

i use the 37EX401U , with my panasonic bd80 & it gives superb picture


Edited By: Tafsir on Jun 19, 2011 14:07
#34
i also bought one that said it was new it was far from it and didnt even work properly

buzzed terribly
#35
Think you where the unlucky ones I have bought things and sometime even sealed brand new

cliffsun91
tazxxx
jase.2
Be wary.........I have bought an amazon warehouse tv earlier this year which was also a Sony that was sold "like new" and it had several scratches on it and a large chip out the screen surround. The box was in dreadful condition and there was no paperwork with it
I had a "good" tv from amazon warehouse (2 grades below "like new") and it was flawless apart from a 1 inch scratch on the base.
If you don't mind a (small) chance of having to return it then there's bargains to be had.

Well you were one of the lucky ones weren't you mate?
#36
50hz?

Nasty. Need at least 100hz for sports, ideally 200hz, and plasma would be even better.

Edited By: Picard123 on Jun 19, 2011 17:10
3 Likes #37
AW FORGET THE TV DEBATE.

It's The difference of a few pixels, who gives a crap?
#38
SamuraisShadow
AW FORGET THE TV DEBATE.

It's The difference of a few pixels, who gives a crap?


I do without those few pixel I may well kill myself!
#39
cold - no way would I buy used at that price even from amazon
banned#40
iv bought from amazon warehouse before the description of "like new" was basically a lie lol

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