Sony Bravia 32" KDL32P3020U LCD TV - £419.99 delivered + 5% discount + 4% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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32" HD Ready P3020 BRAVIA LCD TV features BRAVIA Engine picture enhancement, BRAVIA Theatre Sync for one-click control over your home entertainment system, ultra-wide viewing angle and 2 HDMI inputs to easily connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc

If you haven't used the voucher attached before you can get the price down from £419.99 to £398.99, which is the cheapest I can find it for with a further £16.80 back through Quidco, so final price of £382.19.

The P3020 is supposed to be better than the S3000 due to the higher contrast ratio of 1800:1 compared with 1600:1 but you due loose the 3rd HDMI port of the S3000.

Screen Size: 32''
Resolution: Up to 1080i
Tuner: Digital
TV Type: LCD
Contrast Ratio: Up to 8000:1
Interfaces: SCART / HDMI / Composite
FREEVIEW
2 x HDMI
Dolby Virtual / BBE VIVA Sound
Live Colour Creation
BRAVIA Engine
Dynamic Contrast Up To 8000:1
BRAVIA Theatre Sync
2 x SCART
1 x Component Input
PC Input
VESA Compatible
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#1
Hi Paul. As this voucher is a single-use voucher, it shouldn't be included in the deal price. :oops:

See here for details.
#2
nightswimmer;2068138
Hi Paul. As this voucher is a single-use voucher, it shouldn't be included in the deal price. :oops:

See here for details.


Title amended :)
#3
edi
Title amended :)


Thanks edi. :) Shouldn't the listed price be changed as well or have I misunderstood what Admin was saying? :?
#4
Sorry guys, inexperience showing.:oops:
#5
Still not a bad price, but a tad small for me.

I'm looking for a sony bravia 37" or 40" 1080p for no more than £600. found some slightly more exp than this but under 6 would push me over the edge.

Any sugestions greatly appreciated!!!!

:thumbsup:
#6
paulgee31
Sorry guys, inexperience showing.:oops:


Don't worry about it. :) The whole voucher pricing thing has always been a bit confussing. There was a discussion about it in the Feedback forum last week which was supposed to clarrify matters, but as you can see, there is still confusion. ;-)
#7
How about the 37" version with a free stand. £549.99 If you can use the voucher attached down to £522.49, less 4% Quidco with is another £20.90 down to £501.59

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3477919/-/Product.html?searchstring=sony+bravia+37&searchsource=0

Just a thought......I think the maths is right....

ludichris
Still not a bad price, but a tad small for me.

I'm looking for a sony bravia 37" or 40" 1080p for no more than £600. found some slightly more exp than this but under 6 would push me over the edge.

Any sugestions greatly appreciated!!!!

:thumbsup:
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paulgee31
How about the 37" version with a free stand. £549.99 If you can use the voucher attached down to £522.49, less 4% Quidco with is another £20.90 down to £501.59


That's a 1080i model, ludichris wanted a 1080p. :oops:
#9
Thanks for the thoughts.

Cheapest so far is around £650 for the 40" when I take stand etc into account it becomes that wee bit too pricey???

What to do??????

:thinking:
1 Like #10
ludichris;2068175
Still not a bad price, but a tad small for me.

I'm looking for a sony bravia 37" or 40" 1080p for no more than £600. found some slightly more exp than this but under 6 would push me over the edge.

Any sugestions greatly appreciated!!!!

:thumbsup:


Check this site I always find it a good starting point
Stockchecker.co.uk
#11
go4go13
Check this site I always find it a good starting point
Stockchecker.co.uk


Thanks for that but it looks like the search continues???????


;-)

Rep where rep's due!!!
#12
I'm just having one of those days....:oops:

nightswimmer
That's a 1080i model, ludichris wanted a 1080p. :oops:
#13
paulgee31
I'm just having one of those days....:oops:


hehe, not to worry, it was kind of you to look. :)
#14
Can anyone tell me if this is better than the 32" Sony kdl32s3000?

The P3020 is supposed to be better than the S3000 due to the higher contrast ratio of 1800:1 compared with 1600:1 but you due loose the 3rd HDMI port of the S3000.
#15
The P3020 is supposed to be better than the S3000 due to the higher contrast ratio of 1800:1 compared with 1600:1 but you due loose the 3rd HDMI port of the S3000.


According to Argos this KDL32P3020U has the same Dynamic contrast ratio of up to 8000:1 as the KDL32s3000 and is infact £100 cheaper.

Argos price for KDL32P3020U = £599
Argos price for the KDL32s3000 = £699.

This KDL32P3020U model doesn't seem to have "Live Colour Creation" whereas the KDL32s3000 does which is probably the reason, in addition to losing the HDMI slot, for the KDL32s3000 being the better model and therefore more expensive.

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