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At Marks and sparks today only.

AFAICT this is Freeview HD btw.

Details:

Brand: Sony
Screen Size: 32 Inch
Television Type: LED 3D TV
Screen Resolution: 1080p Full HD
Dimensions: W75.5 x H48.0 x D4.2cm (without stand), W75.5 x H51.0 x D21.6cm (with stand)
Weight: 7.9kg (without table stand), 10.4kg (with table stand)
Frame Rate: 100Hz
Contrast Ratio: Mega contrast
24p Technology: Yes
Wireless Internet: Yes (with optional dongle)
DLNA: Yes

HDMI Connections: 4
Scart Connetions: 1
Component Video Connection: 1
USB Port: 2
Optical Output: 1
Memory Card Slot: No
Speaker Output: 20W (10W x 2)
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graemejohnson197#1
Just had the email from M&S....you beat me to it.

Looks a cracker!
peterfoster#3
Seems to quote a price of £449?
PierremontQuaker#4
peterfoster
Seems to quote a price of £449?
when you get to the checkout - it applies a deal of the day deduction - to bring it to 375
ianidall#5
whatsThePoint
now a few quid cheaper than other places rather than a few hundred more, hardly worth rushing out for

Doesn't the 5 year warranty on this one give it an implied additional value?
BigAde#6
3% quidco brings it down to £363.75
Whirly#7
BigAde
3% quidco brings it down to £363.75


Thanks, I'll add that to the original post.
peterfoster#8
PierremontQuaker
peterfoster
Seems to quote a price of £449?

when you get to the checkout - it applies a deal of the day deduction - to bring it to 375


Thanks.
UnclePotter#9
All the Sony EX series suffer from very poor 3D......just read any review.
UnclePotter#10


Pros & Cons
Pros
Good online features
Likable 2D picture quality
Improved operating system
Cons
3D pictures are seriously flawed
Flawed Internet browser
No 3D glasses included
chrissyman#11
Not an issue for me as I don't like 3D , seems a goodish price .
Skibster#12
I got this same tv when it was 349 earlier this year. Lots of people had problems; I've grown to like mine, but if I had it to do over, probably wouldn't buy this model again.
dwl99 1 Like #13
AFAIK Quidco doesn't pay commission on large electrical items from M&S "Cashback is not paid on food to order, lunch to go, technology/electricals, household electricals, large appliances, gift cards, gift vouchers, M&S Money or M&S Energy products or services, Personalised Cards and Made to Measure shirts"
chrissyman#14
Not an issue for me as I don't like 3D , seems a goodish price .
Skibster#15
dwl99
AFAIK Quidco doesn't pay commission on large electrical items from M&S "Cashback is not paid on food to order, lunch to go, technology/electricals, household electricals, large appliances, gift cards, gift vouchers, M&S Money or M&S Energy products or services, Personalised Cards and Made to Measure shirts"


You're right, neither quidco or tcb will payout on m&s tvs. I bought one through quidco, which a week later was cancelled as being out of stock, but it tracked at 0. When I bought this tv in February, I went through tcb and it tracked as 0, too.

Read the comments about problems with banding and clouding on this tv if you're considering it -- mine turned out to be ok (though I'm hoping the problems won't develop in time), and I do like it, but it's a crapshoot what you'll get.

Also, how do you get it for 375? That's not the price showing.



Edited By: Skibster on Mar 23, 2012 14:24
Whirly#16
OP updated to remove Quidco reference.
Shadow-360#17
Glad to see the ST30 debacle hasn't put M&S off.
jonnypb 1 Like #18
It's not onkyo so cold

If it were onkyo it would be literally flaming hot, in fact so hot that you could turn the heating down in your house....
Aeschylus#19
Just be warned Sony have said that Netflix will not be avaliable until their new models in 2012, they have said they can not apply Netflix to older TV's due to DRM infringement
zombrex 2 Likes #20
i'd go with the next model up if i were you (HX823) infact i did!

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