Sony 40" LCD Freeview HD Integrated Blu-Ray Combi Was £899 now £689 Plus Tesco Points and Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Is on Amazon at £849 and Comet £899.

Reduced to £689 with trade in offer and £10 off code. Also, double clubpoints, so effectively £56 in deals as well plus 3% quidco, effectively, around £610.

Has In built blu-ray and freeview hd.

The Sony KDL40EX43B 40" HD ready 1080p LCD TV has built-in Freeview HD and an integrated Blu-ray player. It has 24p True Cinema technology, S-Force 3D virtual surround sound, 7 day on-screen TV guide and Intelligent Picture. The EX43B features BRAVIA® Sync for controlling your entire Sony home entertainment system
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#1
Out of stock online by the looks of it.
#2
Now back in stock, I ordered one this morning. It was out of stock yesterday, so they may get some stock in again soon. I missed that, sorry.
#3
This product is also available to buy in our larger stores
#4
simon147
This product is also available to buy in our larger stores


Must be tired - forgot code!
#5
wouldnt the inbuilt bluray heat this tv up a bit??
#6
dmaster2000;8747353
wouldnt the inbuilt bluray heat this tv up a bit??

interesting point, but surely Sony would have tested this, wouldn't they?
#7
Just checked and it is in stock to buy online.
#8
simon147
interesting point, but surely Sony would have tested this, wouldn't they?



I dont think any of the original £500 PS3 owners would share your confidence. :w00t:
#9
hmm, are none of the doom mongerers going to moan that it's LCD so it's out dated, surely this should be avoided in favour of LED technology, 3d ready, and not that crap 3d that needs glasses either!!.

now, where is that sarcasm smilie !
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Is it really worth it (Freeview HD)?

Freeview HD = £150 more cost to the TV
Sky HD = £9.75 a month for free box + installation, then you cancel after twelve months = £33 less than Freeview and you still keep ITV 1 HD and BBC HD, same as Freeview HD.

Basically uh... if you already have sky, FHD is not worth it.

I'm not all Pro Sky or anything though :)

EDIT: I just noticed In Built blu-ray. FORGET EVERYTHING I JUST SAID!
#11
SamuraisShadow
Is it really worth it (Freeview HD)?

Freeview HD = £150 more cost to the TV
Sky HD = £9.75 a month for free box + installation, then you cancel after twelve months = £33 less than Freeview and you still keep ITV 1 HD and BBC HD, same as Freeview HD.

Basically uh... if you already have sky, FHD is not worth it.

I'm not all Pro Sky or anything though :)

EDIT: I just noticed In Built blu-ray. FORGET EVERYTHING I JUST SAID!


lol :-D
#12
Up to £799 online now so expired?
#13
andiejn
hmm, are none of the doom mongerers going to moan that it's LCD so it's out dated, surely this should be avoided in favour of LED technology, 3d ready, and not that crap 3d that needs glasses either!!.

now, where is that sarcasm smilie !


Why go upset them? there prob shopping for the new hologram player....lol
#14
simon147
interesting point, but surely Sony would have tested this, wouldn't they?


will you could say that with the microsoft's red lights issue and scratching disks issue (especially this)
#15
preetkk
will you could say that with the microsoft's red lights issue and scratching disks issue (especially this)


Amazing... someone managed to drag a ps3vs360 argument in here... congratulations...:thinking::roll:
#16
aabs
I dont think any of the original £500 PS3 owners would share your confidence. :w00t:


I had a original 60GB £420 ps3 and nothing wrong with it. yes it got a bit hot, but never broke, sold it after 2 years as felt guilty as it needed its own power station to run it:shock::shock::shock:
#17
andiejn
hmm, are none of the doom mongerers going to moan that it's LCD so it's out dated, surely this should be avoided in favour of LED technology, 3d ready, and not that crap 3d that needs glasses either!!.

now, where is that sarcasm smilie !


LED would be nice, but price is a issue with most people " credit crunch" people

3D for me at this time is useless.

If buying today and with a kings ransom of £600 in the back pocket, i would much rather have a Sony LCD with freeview HD / freesat HD.

When 3D TV mature in a few years and drop to around £500/£600 ( a reasonable amount for 3rd of the population). than i would consider getting on.. With that said if the next world cup is shown in 3D and i can buy a 50" for under £1000 than i would get one than.

The 3d Glasses are required at this time, it would be great if they invent 3D without glasses...:-D
#18
tigger80
LED would be nice, but price is a issue with most people " credit crunch" people

3D for me at this time is useless.

If buying today and with a kings ransom of £600 in the back pocket, i would much rather have a Sony LCD with freeview HD / freesat HD.

When 3D TV mature in a few years and drop to around £500/£600 ( a reasonable amount for 3rd of the population). than i would consider getting on.. With that said if the next world cup is shown in 3D and i can buy a 50" for under £1000 than i would get one than.

The 3d Glasses are required at this time, it would be great if they invent 3D without glasses...:-D


3d without glasses is already on the way, be a year or two behind the need specs ones. as for the rest of your comment, totally agree, I was being sarcy with the 1st comment.
#19
OOS and £799

Expire?!?!?!:roll:

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