Sony Bravia 37" Cheapest full HD 1080p TV 37" & over? £474.99 @ Comet (Use review5 promo code) - HotUKDeals
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Please don't vote cold unless you can find better for less (and i'll buy it-LOL)

Key Features
37" HD 1080p (1920 x 1080)
BRAVIA Engine 2
Integrated digital tuner
BRAVIA Sync
HDMI LEC
3 x HDMI
USB photo and music
Eco Settings
Scene Selection
PC Input
Description


A BRAVIA LCD TV is no ordinary television. Design is sleeker, pictures are brighter, details clearer. All BRAVIA televisions are HD Ready with 2 HDMI connections as a minimum and come with an integrated digital tuner so there is no need for a set-top box to view Freeview TV and radio channels. After all advanced technology should simply mean technology that does more for you.

The stunningly designed 37" & 40" BRAVIA S5500 has Full HD1080 capability, letting you enjoy cinema quality entertainment at home. Powered by the BRAVIA Engine 2 processor, it delivers superb picture quality with vivid colours and sharp edges. Dynamic Contrast up to 33,000:1 gives the picture incredible depth and detail. And for true versatility, USB connectivity allows playback of both music and photos directly through your TV.
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#1
dcx_badass
A few places have had 40" 1080P samsungs for £399 recently.


where?
#2
I picked up a KDL-37S5500 in the Southampton East Street Branch of the Sony Centre yesterday for £429.
:)
#3
Samsung 40" 1080 (LE40B530) for £399 was Richer Sounds on boxing day with limited availability - I managed to get one.

I think the point is that this deal isn't for a Samsung or a 40" set. If you want a 37" Sony Bravia this seems like a good deal. As I was after a 37" or 40" I may well have seriously considered this set but I am obviously now sorted.
#4
Splendid59
I picked up a KDL-37S5500 in the Southampton East Street Branch of the Sony Centre yesterday for £429.
:)


shows £499 on line at this sony shop?
#5
Murielson
Samsung 40" 1080 (LE40B530) for £399 was Richer Sounds on boxing day with limited availability - I managed to get one.

I think the point is that this deal isn't for a Samsung or a 40" set. If you want a 37" Sony Bravia this seems like a good deal. As I was after a 37" or 40" I may well have seriously considered this set but I am obviously now sorted.


I have £500 to spend on a full HD TV and wanted to get the best for my money - spent hours and hours searching and this seems to be the best deal!:thumbsup:
#6
you could do a lot worse than this Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution + £439.99 delivered from amazon. superb tv
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42AV635DB-Widescreen-Freeview-Resolution/dp/B0020HR6PI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1262799175&sr=8-2
#7
hermanjelmet
you could do a lot worse than this Toshiba Regza 42AV635DB 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and Resolution + £439.99 delivered from amazon. superb tv
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-42AV635DB-Widescreen-Freeview-Resolution/dp/B0020HR6PI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1262799175&sr=8-2


I did see this - but very nervous of Tosh tv's. They closed the factory in Plymouth earlier this year and made all the staff redundant - I cant help but think that the staff probably didn't care about their work when told of the bad news:x and dont want to end up with a problamatic tv
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ianshona
I did see this - but very nervous of Tosh tv's. They closed the factory in Plymouth earlier this year and made all the staff redundant - I cant help but think that the staff probably didn't care about their work when told of the bad news:x and dont want to end up with a problamatic tv


Lets hope no one closes the Durex factory then:whistling:
#9
:thumbsup:
luckyme
Lets hope no one closes the Durex factory then:whistling:


:thumbsup:p
#10
or for an extra £30 you could an additional years warranty here:
http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl-37s5500u.html?referredby=google-adwords&gclid=CNKY-OeqkJ8CFUwA4wodU1z6Hw


just a thought......
#11
what do people think on the technika brand
i really do like to get a lot for my money and was looking at the 46'' technika 1080p for 499.97 http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-3934.aspx
any comments i am a first time buyer !!!
#12
luckyme
Lets hope no one closes the Durex factory then:whistling:


PMSL:thumbsup:
#13
OP, if your going to buy this TV, I suggest you go to the following link (£499 Free Delivery & Installation, 5 Year Warranty with 5% Quidco)

http://www.marksandspencer.com/Sony-Bravia-KDL-37S5500-Ready-LCD/dp/B002M84D9M?ie=UTF8&qid=1262804463&categoryNodeID=43992030&ref=sr_1_7&page=&node=330045031&sr=1-7&mnSBrand=core&rh=
#14
Or buy it from Comet, use the code SNOW and use quidco.

Will come to less than £460 then :)
#15
l33t-krew
Or buy it from Comet, use the code SNOW and use quidco.

Will come to less than £460 then :)


The M&S deal is the best with the 5 year by far, worth far more than the £40.00 you save imo
#16
The 'S' series is the lowest spec. Have you checked out the difference between S, V and W5500 models? You can do a comparison on the Sony web site.
#17
#18
dcx_badass
Currys
Richer Sounds
John Lewis (with price match)

To name a few.


in stock? any links?:thumbsup:
#19
ashes543
what do people think on the technika brand
i really do like to get a lot for my money and was looking at the 46'' technika 1080p for 499.97 http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-3934.aspx
any comments i am a first time buyer !!!


Tesco's own brand (read: cheap rubbish)......
#20
thanks hitman !! makes alot of sense but i was tempted with the extra 9 inches.lol
#21
Thanks op just got one of these after my old Sony eventualy gave up the ghost!

I must admit I was tempted to go down to Richer Sounds and get a LG 37LH2000 for £370. The salesman said that this lower resolution HD set would actualy look better than a 1080p set for real life viewing. Most people will seldom if ever watch anything in true 1080 HD for many years to come and I have to say I agree with him.

My only regret in buying this tv is that I have finally been forced to buy a widescreen set. My old tv was 4:3 format and would happily handle any picture you threw at it. With this new set I have 6 screen formats to chose from and every single one of them either crops or stretches the image when watching some channels. I reckon in 10 years time we'll be presented with 4:3 flatscreens and told it's a clever new innovation!

Apart from the obligatory silly screen format though I'm really pleased with the Sony. Thanks!

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