Sony Bravia 32'' KDL32U2000U Freeview HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV for £599 - HotUKDeals
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Specifications: 32" screen * HD-ready * HDMI(TM) socket x1 * PC connectivity
RGB x2 * Component video x1 * Picture in Picture function (PC mode with TV window) * High-performance 1 chip video processor * 3D Y/C comb filter * WXGA (1366 x 768) * Integrated digital terrestrial and analogue tuner * BBE ViVA Digital HD3D Sound * Virtual Dolby Surround * Bright highly defined images in any lighting conditions * Wall mountable

Description: Be the owner of a fantastic Sony BRAVIA HD ready LCD with intergrated freeview.

Every BRAVIA television is HD-ready, so you can enjoy the advantages of High Definition (around four times more detail and clarity) in combination with renowned BRAVIA colour. Designed to look as good as the pictures they produce, the U-Series BRAVIA LCD televisions are impressive even before you switch them on. And with HDMI(TM) your BRAVIA TV can be linked to other HD sources, such as Blu-ray players, next-generation games consoles and HD camcorders.
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Excellent price for this model :santa: Thanks :santa:

its coming up £629.99
So it is, gone back up £30 since yesterday
Dont forget quidco 2% (£12) :thumbsup:
I would stay away from the older Sony models. A much better tv is the Toshiba 32WLT66 which can be got £589 delivered. It's won numerous awards and even got 5 stars in homecinemachoice when it was reviewed with a rrp of £1100 in May this year.

To get it for £589:

It's £639 in Currys but if you apply either YAW329 or NHS192 you get 5% off which takes it down to £607. You then also apply the free post code of PRFREEDEL. You also get 3% cashback from quidco which gives you £18 cashback.

can anyone please post some bullet points about what to look for, i.e spec wise for contrast / ratio etc? and anything else to be aware of? including sound too as I was told some of these screens don't offer great sound quality? tia
Just checking through the spec for this model:
[*]32" U-series [COLOR=#0000ff]BRAVIA [/COLOR][COLOR=#0000ff]LCD [/COLOR]TV
[*]Integrated Digital TV Tuner (also receives analogue)
[*]High Performance 1-chip Video Processor
[*]3D Comb Filter
[*]Virtual Dolby Surround Sound[/LIST][COLOR=#0000ff]More features[/COLOR]
[*]BBE ViVa HD3D technology for clear and easily audible sound
[*][COLOR=#0000ff]HD Ready [/COLOR]
[*]PIP Freeze to Pause Important Scenes on the Spot
[*]High Definition Mulitmedia Interface (HDMI)
[*][COLOR=#0000ff]PC Input [/COLOR]for use as a PC monitor
[*]Compact and Slim Design
[*]Non-Reflective coating on TV frames[/LIST][LIST]
[*]On Screen Contrast 1200:1
[*]Brightness 450
[*]Response Time 8ms
[*]Viewing Angle 178 degrees[/LIST]Link to Sony UK for this model:
can anyone please post some bullet points about what to look for, i.e spec wise for contrast / ratio etc? and anything else to be aware of? including sound too as I was told some of these screens don't offer great sound quality? tia

These screens don't have good sound quality in comparison to home cinema surround sound speaker packages but I think you'll find that most big name brand flat screen tvs now a days will sound far better than your old crt tv.

As for specs. Well, I don't see the point because specs are only part of the bigger picture (excuse the pun). I would recommend going onto the website and checking out some of the reviews of flat screen tvs. Bearing in mind that newer models are improving all the time so any 5 star review from last year is probably only 3 or 4 at best in comparison to a similarly priced 5 star tv from this year.

As far as sub £1000 is concerned I would recommend the Toshiba 32WLT66 which can be bought for £589. But the new Toshiba 32WLT68 is apparently excellent is reviewed on,39030218,49284647-1,00.htm

They never give any thing over 9 out of 10 so 8.6 is truly great.

Anything over £1000 and you're in a mine field. The new Sony Bravia's (the W and X series) are apparently the best ever LCD screens. Philips do very good screens over £1000 to. As far as plasma is concerned the Panasonics are the top dogs in the industry. The Panasonic TH42PX60 is a bargain at only £989 at Dixons when you enter the code 60XMAS. Plus you get 2% from quidco. I've got this tv and it's the best picture I've ever seen on a flatscreen. Truly amazing and at only £989 it's been reduced right down from £1600 only a few months ago (the rrp is £2200). The bigger brother is the THPX600 which has a sleeker look and better speakers. But I think the speakers on the PX60 are good enough considering it's £500 cheaper than the PX600 and has the same screen.

Hoipe that helps.
Contrast ratio excellent, response time very good, viewing angle excellent, connections excellent, FreeView digital tuner excellent, analogue tuner good, other features very good.

carleast's version above should be the better choice for the price :santa: Thanks carleast :santa:
Yeah i'd agree, go for a newer set instead. The Sony Bravia W Series LCD sets are fantastic.
thanks to you all, very useful information.

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