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Been a lurker here too long, and just ordered this HDTV as I thought it was an unmissable deal. Argos are selling it for £1399 (sorry my pound sign key no workie :( ) . Also the buy now pay 12 months later is useful :). I checked up the retailer on AVforums where a few have purchased from them.

Anyway, hope this is a decent first post :D
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#1
Forget to add though, delivery is 60 pounds :(

Still an amazing price, this is the newer model of this TV that you might have seen. I know it has 2 HDMI ports as opposed to 1 on the last model that was on sale everywhere for around 999 (which argos is still selling) and I think it has a better Bravia engine too.

Mine should arrive next week.
#2
its not lcd its rear projection! if it was LCD AND THAT PRICE thats nice
banned#3
r_r_natha
its not lcd its rear projection! if it was LCD AND THAT PRICE I would buy 3 right now!


its an lcd rear projection
#4
Yep, it has 3 seperate lcd chips that project the image.
#5
my mistake! sorry! well done by the way!
#6
I bought this tv a few months ago and it is superb. I am not sure about someone saying it's the newer model though, the new model has 2000 in the product number this one does not. Where does it say it has 2 HDMI sockets? If it definately does have 2 HDMI sockets then I would believe it is the newer model, but I find it hard to believe at that price with 5 year warranty.

The new models will be around £1,200 or so and should be released about now or very soon. I have not done any research for a while as I no longer need to, am very happy with mine. ;)

EDIT:

Now I have just had a look, your correct, this is the new model, the Uk get model number 2010 instead of 2000. And yes it has 2 HDMI sockets, as for the engine it is just the same mate, a Bravia engine as in the old one. But this is a great price and with 5 years warranty you can not be robbed at this price.

Go get it peeps.
#7
Is this Robert Wyte place a well-known and reputable one?
I Hadn't heard of them and want to make sure that they'll still be there in a few years.

Good price though.....:thumbsup:
#8
Looks a very good deal :) Thanks for this Uzion!

Welcome to HotUKDeals by the way ;)
#9
Sony Bravia at this price very nice!
#10
Snookums
Is this Robert Wyte place a well-known and reputable one?
I Hadn't heard of them and want to make sure that they'll still be there in a few years.

Good price though.....:thumbsup:



http://www.avforums.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-21385.html

Check it out bargain hunters..................;-)
#11
Oh and I thought I had seen the retailer before in HiFi stuff. They've been around a while too:


Robert Whyte Ltd has been trading for 30 years and has built a solid reputation on value for money and customer service.
#12
Hi,

Does anyone know where the cheapest source is for replacement lamps for these products as they're expensive from what I understand. Sounds a good buy for a Sony 3LCD Bravia admittedly!. Good find!.

Best Regards.
#13
delivery is £ 80......
#14
BargainBinMan
http://www.avforums.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-21385.html

Check it out bargain hunters..................;-)


Thanks for the link. Nice price but dont know if I would take the risk after reading those comments.
#15
i know rear view projectors tvs have much poorer picture compared to others and look bad with sunlight in the room, is this like those?
#16
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[SIZE=2]No.[/SIZE]
#17
There is loads of info about this TV on http://www.avforums.com/ it comes highly recommended, I nearly bought one, a 50" plasma would cost a lot more than this, its a lot of screen for the money and very high quality, Ive seen one displaying a HD feed and the picture was very nice though when viewed side by side to a plasma IMO the picture looked a little dull even after adjusting the Brightness/iris, it is best viewed at about 12' or further straight on in a room with not too bright ambient lighting. the bub life should be up to 8000 hours, and is not usually covered by the extended warranty, though it can be replaced by the owner via a cover on the side of the tv.
#18
Anyone had the bottle to go for this?

I'm tempted by the price, but not by the company/website.

It looks well dodgy to me.

However.....buying with Visa or Mastercard would give added protection, would it not?

The £80 delivery is farcical too.

What about I take a run through to Glasgow and pick up a job lot of them and deliver them to you all for cheaper than that??!!

£50 each for my delivery and I get a nice wee tour of Britain to boot!
#19
I ordered, and at that price am willing to take the risk. I've dealt with difficult companies before and I know what buttons to push and how to be aggressive so I am not too worried.

Even if you factored in the costs of three bulbs in its lifetime, its still cheaper than an equivalent LCD or plasma. That and I have a certain fondness of the bravia engine, it makes SD look watchable. You could get a 40 inch hdtv for not much more, but you would not believe the size jump between 40 and 50 inch, one is a big tv, one is like a small cinema screen.

Delivery is now 80?

It was 60 when I ordered! :confused:

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