Sony Bravia 32" 32V4000 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV WITH 3 YRS FREE WARRANTY - £399.99 @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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I WAS LOOKING FOR A 32 INCH SONY TV - I BOUGHT THIS FROM ARGOS FOR 699.99 LAST WEEK AND THEN FOUND THIS ON PLAY.COM - I WAS GUTTED THAT I PAID 300 MORE FOR THE SAME TV AS ITS A GREAT TV FOR A FANTASTIC PRICE AND LOOKS STUNNING IN THE SPARE ROOM. IT DOES JUST WHAT IT SAYS ON THE BOX AND IS FANTASTIC VALUE FOR MONEY.
DETAILS AND SPECS BELOW. YOU CANT GET BETTER THAN SONY AND THIS IS THE BEST PRICE OUT THERE - I JUST WISH I HAD WAITED BEFORE BUYING MINE.



HD Ready LCD TV
Colour: Black
Screen size: 32"
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Screen Type: 16:9
Visible Screen Size: 32"
HD Ready
Contrast Ratio: 30000:1
Picture Frequency: 50Hz
Sound Quality: BBE ViVA high quality sound and built-in Virtual Dolby
Auto Install
Digital Tuner
Flat Screen
Fast Text
Scart Sockets: 2
Front AV Sockets: 1
PC Input
Optical Output
Teletext
HDMI Sockets: 3
Component Input
Remote Control
Headphone Socket
Sleep Timer
Parental Lock
Wall Mountable
Vesa
Stand Included
Weight: 13kg
Height: 54cm
Width: 79.4cm
Depth / Length: 9.9cm
Description



The HD Ready Sony Bravia V series TVs feature a stunningly slim and stylish design with integrated digital tuner, and Bravia Theatre Sync for one-click control over your home entertainment system. This unit also includes ultra-wide viewing angle, wall mount options and 3 HDMI inputs to easily connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-Ray Disc and Playstation 3.
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#1
Surely you can take it back to argos - 30 day return??
[mod]#2
take it back to argos! as above 30 days return
#3
#4
Argos price match retrospectively within 7 days of purchase. Go in and complain or return the set (14 days money back). Try empiredirect/ pixmania/ amazon for an all round market price. This credit crunch means its a buyers market.
#5
I am on the lookout for a 32 inch but can wait until nearer Christmas for an even better bargain

Hope one comes along and I don't miss out
#6
Its £369 at Richer sounds, and has been for about a month I think. Also £389 at Amazon.
#7
I can't decide between the samsung, sony or the sharp TV...which has the clearer picture?

Is it worth paying the extra for full HD on a 32 inch screen? So many questions... could do with a personal shopper :oops::santa:
#8
As above, £389.99 from amazon with a free 3 year warranty:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL-32V4000-Widescreen-Bravia-Freeview/dp/B0018PKEIY/ref=tag_tdp_sv_edpp_i

... or £406.98 delivered from empiredirect with a free 5 year warranty (use the 10% off voucher):

http://empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~SON-KDL32V4000U.htm

You can even get it from as low as £354.49 from teleworld.
#9
Just bought this recently from Amazon and got a free trial of Amazon Prime delivery and also the three year warranty, all for £380.

Great set, really easy to set up and superb picture. Don't have a HD source for mine, so can only comment on Freeview and my upscaling Sony dvd player, but no complaints at all, especially for the price. And no problems watching the footie on it, either, no perceptible motion blur with it.

I was a bit constrained by budget, so am well chuffed with this for a sub-£400 set.
#10
Given that this seems to be priced lower at many other outlets why is this deal getting heat

It may be a great telly - but is it a hot deal?
#11
I bought this TV the other day for my nan and Empire direct matched then beat teleworld's price by £1 and included a 5 year guarantee. Didn't realise they price matched most competitors but gave them a try while waiting for JL to get back to me. £353.49 + 5 year guarantee is a bargain and it's a good tv too.
#12
greatminds
I can't decide between the samsung, sony or the sharp TV...which has the clearer picture?

Is it worth paying the extra for full HD on a 32 inch screen? So many questions... could do with a personal shopper :oops::santa:



They're all going to be fairly similar in terms of high and standard def picture quality.

There will be a very small distinguishable difference in quality if you go for full 1080p definition on high def sources, but not enough to justify the extra £150 you'll have to pay, in my opinion.

Both this Sony set and the Samsung LE32A457 would be good buy's at the £350-£400 mark.
#13
Who in their right mind would spend £700 on a 32" TV these days?
#14
I have added the 5% voucher but would suggest that you edit the price to reflect ie: £379.99
voted hot
#15
I appreciate that it's a good deal but do you have to shout it?
#16
'I BOUGHT THIS FROM ARGOS FOR 699.99 LAST WEEK ' + 'YOU CANT GET BETTER THAN SONY'
errrrrr think maybe you should do a little bit of research before you buy things
#17
I love this tv but my husband wont let me buy it because he thinks its too expensive - i however think this is the best deal around and i wont give up until i have it !!!!
In responce to FAT BIRD if i had thought to list it here i would also be shouting about it cos its a fab deal !
#18
further to last - just ordered tv for 379.99 with 5% discount from rac - (you do have to register as a member to get a code though) and i also went through quidco too - although its only 0.5 % return on that but it's better than nothing....
A good bargin all round.

Play are currently out of stock but they are awaiting a delivery in 4 - 5 days time - they will then dispatch it via parcel force which i was told will be a 2 day delivery but they will also phone to confirm item sent ect which is good.

glad i shopped around...!
#19
#20
As for Richer Sounds, it's not available on-line, only "in-store". I called my local store and was told that there was only one shop (Chester) showing as having stock, which is why it was still appearing on-line. So, unless you live in Chester, wouldn't hold my breath for that offer...
#21
:thumbsup: Thanks for that Skinrush
#22
Do we think these TV's might come down even more before Christmas or are we best on buying one now??
#23
Id be inclined to get this one cos its got 200.00 off - play have got other offers on too for xmas so have a look and then do a price compare once you have decied on a model you want - dont forget quidco and the rac 5% discount too.
#24
Ah now you all keep talking about this quidco. I need to be looking into it as I have never used it
#25
It's funny that although you can get it cheaper at EmpireDirect with a pricematch and 5 year guarantee (my earlier post though that price has gone up a little making 1staudiovisual the better pricematch) people are still happy to pay more for the same tv. I guess it's each individuals choice where thay buy it from but I've always had good service from ED .
#26
Now back in stock at John Lewis £399.99 with free 5 year guarantee and free delivery

http://www.johnlewis.com/Search/Search.aspx?SearchTerm=Sony+Bravia+KDL32V4000&Offset=1&refined=0

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