Sony Bravia 1080P KDL 40V4000 for £530.40 delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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free delivery using the code DELTV and the 2.5% discount is SALE25

not a bargain like the other thread from M&S that's now OOS for £586 with 5 year warranty but still cheaper than other places I've seen

unfortunately not in stock for my postcode (EDIT: now is in stock for me) but I'm pretty sure you HUKD'ers can clear out the stock for the rest of the country as it had stock for a London postcode. Feel free to vote cold if it's OOS for you (though can't understand why people would do that) but if you vote cold because it's cheaper elsewhere then tell us where ;)


Product Info

The elegant Sony KDL-40V4000 40" Full HD LCD TV has a host of great features and picture enhancing technology to bring you television like you've never seen before.

The well renowned Bravia Engine 2 works tirelessly to optimise contrast and colour and produce images of outstanding depth and clarity. With a huge 40" screen and dynamic contrast ratio of 33,000:1, the Sony KDL-40V4000 LCD TV truly brings images to life in full HD splendour. Plus it uses 24p True Cinema to match the frame rate at which most movies are actually shot, resulting in ultra-smooth viewing.

Not only do you get an incredible picture but with the KDL 40V4000 40" Full HD TV you get sound to match. BBE Viva Digital & Virtual Dolby Surround sound produces wonderfully clear sound with superb range through the 2 front speakers.

An in-built digital tuner gives you access to a wide range of Freeview channels, and if you're looking for a great TV to cater for your games and videos, the impressive Sony KDL-40V4000 has 3 HDMI ports for full, high definition entertainment!


* HD Ready 1080p
* Built-in Digital TV Tuner
* 33,000 : 1 dynamic contrast
* BRAVIA Engine 2 Image Technology
* BBE Sound System

* 3 x HDMI connections
* 2 x SCART connections
* 1 x component
* 1 x PC connection
* Available in 37", 46", 52"

View technical specification for the SONY KDL40V4000 40" LCD TV Hide technical specification about the SONY KDL40V4000 40" LCD TV
Full specification

Screen Size (inches) 40 inches Size of the screen measured diagonally across the screen
Picture Quality 1920 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will be
Flat Screen YES Flat screens reflect less and do not curve at the edges providing you with less distortion
Widescreen Option YES A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format
Sound Quality BBE Sound System See our TV Buying Guide for more information
Viewable Screen Size 40 inches
Digital Tuner YES This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channels
Viewing angles 178 degrees This determines the optimum viewing angle
On Screen Display YES For the simple on screen access to menu options
No of Scarts 2 To enable you to connect to other equipment such as a DVD player, video or games console
Line input YES
Stand Included YES
Wall Mountable YES
Parental Lock YES Unauthorised people such as children can be prevented from tampering with the equipment
Auto Install YES Automatically tunes your TV and sets up the channels at the touch of a button
Sleep Timer YES Can be set to turn off automatically
Headphone Socket YES For you to listen with personal headphones
Front AV sockets YES For easy connection of equipment such as camcorders or games consoles
Programme Memory 700 The maximum number of stations you can store
Colour Black
Fastext YES Allows for faster and easier access to Ceefax and Teletext information services
Remote Control YES Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
Weight 20 kg This is the weight of the appliance in KG
Height (exc Stand) 643 mm
Width (exc stand) 992 mm
Depth (exc stand) 122 mm
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#1
delivery charge??
#2
Nicolas
delivery charge??


are the voucher codes not attached as I added them when posting?

anyway it's free using the code DELTV and the 2.5 discount is SALE25

you put them in one after the other when you go to your basket, I did this before I posted thread just to make sure :)
#3
Think you have to use the 2 codes attached....
#4
NONE of these tellys are EVER in stock in my area lol
#5
bigst
NONE of these tellys are EVER in stock in my area lol


yep, there's probably only a few left in stock hence the lower price :-( but hopefully someone will find it useful :)
#6
Agree with bigst, I ordered 4 TV's from Dixons over Xmas/New Year and they didn't manage to supply one. I didn't want 4, just went through the same cycle of disappointment 4 times.

I find it hard to believe that Dixons are actually stocking much in the line of TV's at all. Doesn't stop them advertising these deals though.
#7
No stock, no 5 year warranty = No bargain!
#8
©™~UKJEZZA~™©;4122371
No stock, no 5 year warranty = No bargain!


so TV's now have to have a 5 year warranty to at least qualify as a bargain these days? :? Should we all just go to places like John Lewis and M&S for our TV's? Should I take that line of thinking next time and not bother sharing my finds on HUKD? :roll:

as for OOS, I said that it was OOS for me also but seeing as the 2nd postcode in London was in stock I posted it. Regardless if I saw this deal I'd still think it was OK. Though not as cheap as some would like someone else may take advantage of the £56 cheaper price (nearly 10%) if they don't require a 5 year warranty. I personally wouldn't vote cold (don't know if you did) but I would vote cold if I could find it cheaper elsewhere plus I'd post a link

even if it were OOS and no 5 year warranty, I wouldn't be as abrupt as you were in your post but then again that's not my posting style :thumbsup:
#9
a free 5 year warranty and a price match is where all the gold in the world is.
its more important than anything else at all
ever
#10
A TV deal doesn't need a 5 year guarantee to be good, but stock rather than hot air is rather important. No stock in someone above's area, for the record none in mine, anyone managed to find it with their postcode? I doubt it.
#11
Lakeside
A TV deal doesn't need a 5 year guarantee to be good, but stock rather than hot air is rather important. No stock in someone above's area, for the record none in mine, anyone managed to find it with their postcode? I doubt it.


I sold our last one from store stock last week.

there'll be some about in the large and XL stores probably.
they won't just advertise something they have none off or aren't due any.

Dsgi may be dodgy in some peoples opinions but they ARE trying to change now & are trying hard not to upset customers or jepordise potential new ones.
#12
Ok fair enough - but what has postcode got to do with availability anyway? If they have one and I want one, why can't I have it? Amazon and thousands of other companies sell what they have to the whole nation. That's what the internet gave us I thought...
#13
Can you tell what post code in LN is it working for?
#14
not available in the few postcodes around me i've tried. I'm in Scotland
#15
house of fraser Guilford was having 4. Call and check if they can deliver. I ordered 1 from JL brent cross they were having 2 when I ordered
#16
shibbu
Can you tell what post code in LN is it working for?


LN postcode or do you mean London?

I just put one in beginning with W1E but can't remember rest of it. Once you enter it and it's in stock for you it doesn't allow you to change the postcode to check other areas. It also doesn't allow you to check another postcode if it's OOS!

what's funny is that when you sign in after you've added it to the basket using the 'in stock' postcode, it allows you to select your home address for delivery. If you do then it warns you that you've chosen a different post code to the one you used to check stock. I continued and chose to check stock again in my home postcode and it actually allowed it! I suppose you will get an email days later saying sorry we can't deliver it there but obviously something is wrong with the post code checking system :whistling:

anyway just tried again with another postcode which was W1E 9QJ (found in Google yet strangely not a postcode that Multimap/Google maps recognises) which allowed me to add to basket and find this loophole out :?

http://img413.imageshack.us/img413/1072/40v4000sw4.jpg
#17
in fact, scrap my above post thinking the post code system checker is stupid!

There's me thinking I'd found a mistake with their postal checking but it seems they are now in stock for 3 postcodes in my area (mine and friends) yet wasn't in stock earlier when I originally posted it! :?

oh well, maybe they're shifting stock around the country so might be worth another try if you do want one :-D
#18
Micky Mouse
not available in the few postcodes around me i've tried. I'm in Scotland


G51 2XD worked OK for me a minute ago which is in Glasgow (Ibrox Stadium to be more precise ;-))
#19
slackrat77
a free 5 year warranty and a price match is where all the gold in the world is.
its more important than anything else at all
ever


Just make sure you buy from a company you think will last.

I bought this TV from Empire Direct last November with a 5yr warranty, but due to them going into Adminstration today it is worthless now! :cry:
#20
Micky Mouse
not available in the few postcodes around me i've tried. I'm in Scotland


MackemLad
G51 2XD worked OK for me a minute ago which is in Glasgow (Ibrox Stadium to be more precise ;-))


IV1 1FF Inverness in stock
AB24 5QH Aberdeen also in stock

I guess it may depend where you as that's Inverness, Glasgow and Aberdeen which are miles apart in a triangle shape but it's certainly in stock in some parts of Scotland ;-)

http://img516.imageshack.us/img516/8957/scotdy1.jpg



Lakeside
A TV deal doesn't need a 5 year guarantee to be good, but stock rather than hot air is rather important. No stock in someone above's area, for the record none in mine, anyone managed to find it with their postcode? I doubt it.


it is in stock as I got it earlier and again when trying postcodes. If anything it's actually now in stock in my home postcode and I've just tried 3 postcodes above in Scotland and they all worked also so maybe they've been moving stock or more has come in ;-)

p.s. I guess the cold votes that have taken this back down to 8 degrees are because it's not in stock for people as nobody has posted a cheaper link. Ah well just because I couldn't get it yet 100's others could then personally I wouldn't vote it cold (probably vote luke warm as it's still a deal to someone) but each to their own :thumbsup:
#21
Don't get me wrong, it's a good deal for a great TV. Problem is, in my experience of Dixons, when you see "Expect delivery within 28 days" (rather than a lower lead time), they haven't got it and you won't be getting it. I haven't voted it cold, I'd be extremely interested to hear that you got it. All mine were 28 days, and all were "declined" by Dixons anywhere between 2 and 5 days after ordering. This was irritating for obvious reasons, and the (perhaps) less obvious reason that it meant I missed out on other good TV deals within those several 2-5 day periods before they cancelled my order, through fear of ending up with 2 tellys!

I hope you do get it, it's a wonderful TV for the price.

If the thinking is that postcodes are relevant because Dixons aren't offering a nationwide availability, a poster in the entrance of local branches with stock may be far more appropriate than some of the "deal of the century" front page adverts on their website.
#22
Dixons are a joke when it comes to stock. Don't expect the postcode checker on the website to reflect reality either! I ordered a TV early December, payment was taken, and I was then told it would be back in stock 9th Jan.
#23
use this post code to get the price matched by any online site.. eg. empire direct .. but as told above it went to administration from today.. :(
#24
great price now.. as it's gone to 799.99 at curry/pcworld and 899 at comet... from the price of 499 (JL price).
Sony center is booking (delivery in 2 weeks) these for 599 with 5 yr. guarantee ...(I spoke to one at Romford)
#25
Lakeside
Don't get me wrong, it's a good deal for a great TV. Problem is, in my experience of Dixons, when you see "Expect delivery within 28 days" (rather than a lower lead time), they haven't got it and you won't be getting it. I haven't voted it cold, I'd be extremely interested to hear that you got it. All mine were 28 days, and all were "declined" by Dixons anywhere between 2 and 5 days after ordering. This was irritating for obvious reasons, and the (perhaps) less obvious reason that it meant I missed out on other good TV deals within those several 2-5 day periods before they cancelled my order, through fear of ending up with 2 tellys!

I hope you do get it, it's a wonderful TV for the price.

If the thinking is that postcodes are relevant because Dixons aren't offering a nationwide availability, a poster in the entrance of local branches with stock may be far more appropriate than some of the "deal of the century" front page adverts on their website.


yeah I understand what you mean but I guess when I posted they only had a few left but looks like they are expecting some soon. Personally, these days I wouldn't wait up to 28 days though I did wait for weeks for it to come back in stock when I bought my last TV from John Lewis for £1799 but that was for the 5 year warranty. When it was back in stock the deal also included a free DAVS surround DVD player worth £250 or something which I sold for £150 :thumbsup:. So in the end (after using Barclaycard pricematch to get £450 back as it was £1350 at RGB direct) I got a top of the range Sony (around £2200 at Sony) for £1200ish :-D

It's got to have something to do with the lower £ exchange rate and most places not wanting to restock and push up prices until they get rid of old stocks. Quite a few places seem to be out of stock for TV's, Asda Direct was quite funny as out of 78 TV's listed they only had a few TV's in stock the other day though they now have 20 in stock.

http://direct.asda.com/LCD-TVs/404102,default,sc.html?psortb1=price&psortd1=2&viewAll&fix
#26
We ordered one of these from Dixons on 31st December and it was in-stock, and they took payment straight away (it's been taken from the credit card). Then they emailed saying they won't have any until early February. Anyway, they called today and said they won't be getting any of the TV at all. Which is strange, considering you can still get it from everywhere else (but for a higher price, of course).

Where do we stand with this? Does the fact that they took payment mean a contract has been made - so they need to provide us with something equal or better than the original item? Their T&Cs say that a contract hasn't been made until they send a dispatch email, whether they've taken the payment beforehand or not, or is that rubbish?

They've offered an alternative - the 40L400, which isn't as good as the 40V4000, which I'm not going to accept. The only Sony TV they have that is equal or better than the 40V4000 is the 40W4500.

It's incredibly frustrating because we could have ordered from a number of websites in December, but by the time Dixons let us know they were out of stock, everyone else had raised their price <_<

Many thanks!
#27
mbailey
Just make sure you buy from a company you think will last.

I bought this TV from Empire Direct last November with a 5yr warranty, but due to them going into Adminstration today it is worthless now! :cry:


worthless eh.... i'll buy it off you for £300. :thumbsup:
how generous am I!
#28
I'd like to know if all those people who bought the LG7000 42" 100hrz tv that was on sale for 500quid ish over xmas, think it is a good tv?
#29
MackemLad
G51 2XD worked OK for me a minute ago which is in Glasgow (Ibrox Stadium to be more precise ;-))


Will be pretty quiet today there. Everyone down to Parkhead.
#30
Um, isn't that the W series in the pic?
#31
#32
Doesnt even work for me when I click the link, or search for the TV.
#33
It is a great TV and handles SD images extremely well. It also handles the Wii very well if you get a component cable. Great bit of kit.

I got this TV in the Richer Sounds sale on boxing day. Got them to include a 5 year warranty with it for £494, thanks to price matching HiSpek!! BARGAIN!! My local branch, Tunbridge Wells had 6 in stock. I was first in so it didn't matter.

This deal is still good. I saw it in Tescos last weekend for a staggering £800!!
#34
Hendo9
Doesnt even work for me when I click the link, or search for the TV.


I can't find it either :?
#35
good deal
#36
They told us they were not getting any more stock the other day (this is after waiting since 31st December, and LONG after the price has gone up everywhere else). So they offered us the 40L4000 model instead <_<

We told them where to stuff it, and I'll never order anything from them again.
#37
Wrong picture. That's the W.
#38
this deal is 3 weeks old. That`ll be why you cant get it.
#39
cant find on dixons anymore
#40
not a very good tv for the price poor quality screen compared to the more recent models

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