Sony Bravia 32'' KDL-32W5810, 100Hz, Freesat HD incl 5 year M&S Warranty £399 Delivered (today only) - HotUKDeals
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Shows as £549 until you get to checkout, is £399 for today only including 5 year M&S warranty and free delivery. Dont forget 3% quidco also.


Receives freesat HD
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080p
Video Support: Up to 1080p
Screen Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Dynamic Contrast: 100000:1
Viewing Angle: 178°
24p: True Cinema
Picture Mode: Vivid / Standard / Custom / Cinema / Photo / Sports / Game / Graphics
Other Picture Features: Motionflow 100Hz, Image Blur Reduction, Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) and Intelligent Picture
Speaker Output: 10W + 10W (Total 20W)
Sound Modes: Dynamic / Standard / Clear Voice. Surround Mode: Cinema / Music / Sports / Game
Surround Sound Output: 5.1 Channel Audio Out

Connectors:
Digital Audio Output, 4 HDMI Inputs, PC Input (15pin D-Sub) + Audio In, Component, Composite Video In, 4 Pin (Y/C) In (S Video), USB 2.0 Input, MiniJack (Head/Earphone) (3.5mm), RCA Audio Out, 2 Analogue Audio Inputs, 2 Scart Inputs (RGB)
Other Features: USB Media Player, USB Photo Viewer, USB Music Player, Auto Photo Mode (DLNA/USB/HDMI), Picture Frame Mode, Photo Map, Eco Settings. Power Saving + Picture Off, Power Saving Mode, High/Low/Off, 14:9 Mode, 4:3 Mode, Smart Mode, Wide Mode, Zoom Mode, AFD (Auto Format Detect), Auto Noise Reduction, Digital Comb Filter, Parental Lock, Auto Standby
Included Accessories: Table-top stand, alkaline battery x 2, remote control, product registration card, power cable, screws for table-top stand, European warranty card

Dimensions: With Table Stand: W79.8 x H58.5 x D25.9cm. Dimensions without Table Stand: W79.8.7 x H53.7 x D8.9cm

Power Consumption: On Standby: 0.17W. Home Mode: 110W
Weight: Inc. Stand 15kg. Without Stand: 12.5kg
Swivel Range:20° left/right
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#1
This looks hot!
#2
does anyone know if they do this deal in a bigger size at all
#3
BIGDADDY14
does anyone know if they do this deal in a bigger size at all


got £400 off the 40" LED TV :)

LED TV
#4
how does this compare to the 403 posted last night, I stuck in an order but if this is significantly better would be tempted with 5 year warrenty?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-bravia-kdl32ex403u-32-inch-wid/746824?page=2
#5
One is freeview HD, one is freesat HD. Which reception method suits you better?
1 Like #6
maxcovergold
how does this compare to the 403 posted last night, I stuck in an order but if this is significantly better would be tempted with 5 year warrenty?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-bravia-kdl32ex403u-32-inch-wid/746824?page=2

The main differences i can see are:
KDL-32W5810, 100Hz, Freesat HD and 5 year warranty

KDL-32EX403, 50Hz, Freeview HD and internet tv
#7
cheers for the reply's guys. Though I was more thinking along the lines of actual picture quality. From what I understand Freeview HD performs better than Freesat HD so not fussed about that. I've also heard that quite a few people surn off the 100hz option due to jadness.

tbh, the main thing I want to find out is whether or not either set can handle x264 files, preferbly in a mkv container but not holding ny breath at have to convert to mp4 for ps3. Though the DLNR is nice bit useless for media streaming as I don't want to have to leave PC on and files will be coming from nas/pch
#8
Neither of these will play back .mkv files, possibly down to the fact that Sony would rather you purchase a blu-ray player and purchase blu-ray films too (_;)

Im looking for a new 32" TV myself but was looking at the Sony KDL-32EX703 from Amazon or the Samsung UE32C6000 which has awesome picture quality as i seen it yesterday in a store (the samsung supports .mkv), i stumbled acrosss this deal by accident and cant coment on the picture quality, had a scan through a review which mentioned the blacks could have been better.
1 Like #9
Though I was more thinking along the lines of actual picture quality. From what I understand Freeview HD performs better than Freesat HD so not fussed about that.

Disagree. Freesat quality every bit as good as Freeview and unaffected by weather etc. Plus there isn't anywhere near as much bandwidth available for terrestrial TV so they may in the future drop the bit rate, to fit more in, with a subsequent drop in quality.
#10
That certainly makes sense and also what I thoguht would be the case. But going by people's personal reviews freesat seems to be very disappointing thus far
#11
maxcovergold
That certainly makes sense and also what I thoguht would be the case. But going by people's personal reviews freesat seems to be very disappointing thus far


MY GF has freesat via a Humax HD freesat recorder, and I'd say the picture quality is is if anything better than freeview HD. The range of freesat channels is subtly different to the freeview range though, so consider before you buy.
#12
Just persuaded my in-laws that they should cart their 28" CRT out the door in favour of my old 32" Panasonic Viera (still a bargain at £150 and I've offered to give them their money back if it ever breaks).

So I've ordered this, and it ends up costing me £250 delivered with a 5 year warranty. No iPlayer support, but as there's a PS3 sitting underneath it, that won't be a problem.

Great find, thanks!
#13
Incidentally, has "Rep" disappeared?
#14
I don't get why people rave about Freesat HD when there aren't that many programmes / channels to watch. Can anyone enlighten me so I may consider buying one ? As much as I hate to say it, Sky HD box seems the better choice.
#15
" But going by people's personal reviews freesat seems to be very disappointing thus far"

Maybe if they installed a dish it would be better !

Edited By: Bogart on Aug 28, 2010 20:32: typing error
#16
I don't get why people rave about Freesat HD when there aren't that many programmes / channels to watch. Can anyone enlighten me so I may consider buying one ? As much as I hate to say it, Sky HD box seems the better choice.

Fine if you want to line Murdochs pockets.
#17
siadwel
I don't get why people rave about Freesat HD when there aren't that many programmes / channels to watch. Can anyone enlighten me so I may consider buying one ? As much as I hate to say it, Sky HD box seems the better choice.


If you live somewhere with poor terrestrial reception, some form of satellite system is the only real option. If you don't watch much TV, then the cost of Sky is insane. Hence people liking Freesat, which to me is worth it for Top Gear and the odd film.
#18
Agree totally. My area isn't even going to get Freeview HD until sometime late 2011 . And even then it might be poor as the current freeview signal is poor at best.
#19
I've ordered one, I can't get freeview and thought I would give Freesat a try.
#20
it's arrived - a bit of simple assembly required:

The good:

* Nice looking telly
* Media streaming works a treat
* Interface very good - although I'm used to a similar one on the PS3
* Decent speakers

The bad(ish)

* SD performance definitely nowhere near as good as my old 720p Viera.
* Some odd artefacts in motion - not blur, more crystallisation - again just not evident on my old Panny.
* PS3 stuff looks stunning.


Apparently the picture should improve WRT motion handling over time.


So a mixed bag. Definitely worth the price with a 5 year warranty, definitely not as good a performer on straightforward picture quality as my much older Viera.
#21
xenny
siadwel
I don't get why people rave about Freesat HD when there aren't that many programmes / channels to watch. Can anyone enlighten me so I may consider buying one ? As much as I hate to say it, Sky HD box seems the better choice.


If you live somewhere with poor terrestrial reception, some form of satellite system is the only real option. If you don't watch much TV, then the cost of Sky is insane. Hence people liking Freesat, which to me is worth it for Top Gear and the odd film.


Don't dismiss the iPlayer.

If you have poor terrestrial reception and anywhere near decent broadband it's an excellent substitute - really surprisingly good.

We have Sky, but lots of foliage on distant trees means that reception falls off cliff in the summer. With a less than brilliant (3Mb ish) connection, the iPlayer saves the day.

Disappointing this TV doesn't support it (yet) , but PS3 support is very good.
#22
mrsean2k - sorry op dont mean to hijack the thread but what model is/was your panny?

looking at a 32" myself but missed this one. Mostly watch sky freesat - so no sky/virgin hd nor bluray. I want the best sd picture quality via freesat and have been considering the folloowing models:

sony kdl32ex403/503 - the 403 can be sought with 5 year guarantee
panasonic txl32g10/g20 - g10 Argos £399/g20 £579 sound and vision with 5 year guarantee
samsung le32c530/ 550/ 580 or 650

What do you think ppl?

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