Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40V5500 Full HD 1080 LCD TV £599@ M&S + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40V5500 Full HD 1080 LCD TV £599.00@ M&S + Quidco

£599.00 @ Marks & Spencer
For today only! Purchase this Sony Bravia V5500 Full HD TV and get an additional £200 off. Subject to availability. Discount will be shown at checkout. free delivery, free installation with 5yrs Guar…
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For today only! Purchase this Sony Bravia V5500 Full HD TV and get an additional £200 off. Subject to availability. Discount will be shown at checkout.
free delivery, free installation with 5yrs Guarantee


Product details

* Full HD 1080: Displays images in Full HD 1080p, the maximum resolution defined for HDTV use (when connected to an HD compatible device)
* Integrated Digital & Cable Tuner: Provides access to all Freeview channels and radio stations (subject to coverage) and is cable TV ready (with supported providers only)
* Display: LCD Sony Bravia Engine 3 with a 40 inch viewable screen and a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels
* Dynamic Contrast: 60000:1
* 4 HDMI inputs: (two on rear, two on side) make it easier to connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc and PLAYSTATION®3
* Picture Frame Mode: Display your digital photos on screen when you're not watching TV
* Dolby Virtual Surround® and BBE Digital: Digital surround sound from only two front speakers with advanced S-Force Front Surround technology
* BRAVIA Engine 3: Enjoy images with impressive depth and clarity, optimal contrast, vibrant colours and truer-to life tones with BRAVIA ENGINE 3
* 24p True Cinema: Shows images at 24 frames per second just like a real cinema screen
* Xross Media Bar: New Sony interface to enhance the operability and ease of use
* BRAVIA Theatre Sync: Control your entire home cinema set-up with just one click on the TV remote and access the menus on compatible peripheral devices such as Handycam® camcorders

# Home networking technology: Enjoy video, music and photo content from your computer on your TV with DLNA home networking technology. View information from the internet on screen while watching TV with AppliCast
# ESR Recommended: Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust. Uses around 75% less electricity annually than a standard TV
# Connectors: Digital Audio Output (optical) x 1, HDMI Inputs x 4, HDMI PC Signal Capability, PC Input (15pin D-Sub) + Audio In, Component Inputs x 1, Composite Video In x 1, 4 Pin (Y/C) In (S Video), USB 2.0 Input, MiniJack (Head/Earphone) 3.5mm, PCMCIA Card Slot, RCA Audio Out, Analogue Audio Inputs x 2, RF In, Scart Inputs (RGB) x 2, BRAVIA Sync, DLNA Ethernet (Video/Music/Photo), AppliCast
# Includes: Table-top stand and screws, remote control and alkaline battery, power cable
# Dimensions: With table stand: W112.3 x H77.1 x D33cm, Without table stand: W112.3 x H72.3 x D9.6cm
# Weight: Weight inc. stand 27kg, Weight without stand 23.5kg
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banned#1
not the 100Hz model

I would avoid
#2
A few days ago you could have got the W series one for £599.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/502398/sony-bravia-kdl40w5500-40-1080p-lcd
#3
well the 40' S series at £499 (after trade in) is getting voted hot in another thread, so as this is a better model, along with free delivery, installation and 5 year guarantee it's not bad at all
#4
spinach_pie
well the 40' S series at £499 (after trade in) is getting voted hot in another thread, so as this is a better model, along with free delivery, installation and 5 year guarantee it's not bad at all


There's not a vast difference between the two as you say.

The V is a bit higher specced , but whether that's worth the extra cash is a personal choice.
It does seem like a decent deal to me though.
http://www.sony.co.uk/comparison/kdl40v5500u/kdl40s5500u
#5
PSmith222
A few days ago you could have got the W series one for £599.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/502398/sony-bravia-kdl40w5500-40-1080p-lcd


this has 5yrs guarantee.. which is worth around a hundred pounds.. so not 100% comparable
#6
anh_duong
this has 5yrs guarantee.. which is worth around a hundred pounds.. so not 100% comparable


I bought the Argos W5500 and mine has a 5 year warranty (3 from Sony and 2 for buying it on my credit card :whistling: )

Also, John Lewis price matched this deal and they gave 5 year warranty as well :thumbsup:
#7
toonarmani
I bought the Argos W5500 and mine has a 5 year warranty (3 from Sony and 2 for buying it on my credit card :whistling: )

Also, John Lewis price matched this deal and they gave 5 year warranty as well :thumbsup:


But wouldn't they run concurrently?
#8
Peggy Bedford
not the 100Hz model

I would avoid


The lack of 100Hz means slightly better input-lag when it comes to gaming. Hot.
#9
Saw the 37" version of this in the Sony Centre at lunchtime today. Looked a great picture from the Sky HD feed, but I asked to see a SD feed and they switched it to the internal freeview tuner. Wasn't impressed with the SD picture - looked rather 'processed' with digital artefacts quite apparent. Wasn't completely sure if that was a result of a poor signal or the set itself.
#10
Or you could get a 47" LG for the same price (no 5 year warranty though).

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/505723/lg-47lh3000-47-1080p-lcd-tv-599-99-
#11
Is this no longer available? Was just trying to buy one? It also says buy today and get further £200 off. Surely that doesn't mean £599 - £200 = £399???
#12
Is this a good price, seems quite steep to me. I bought an LCD 40" samsung for £550 18months ago with a similar spec from currys.
#13
Just tried to buy this myself,all gone.The price was £599.00 at the checkout.
You dont qualify for the part ex at this price though.
The guy at M&S said thay sold within 2 hours
#14
BigAde
Saw the 37" version of this in the Sony Centre at lunchtime today. Looked a great picture from the Sky HD feed, but I asked to see a SD feed and they switched it to the internal freeview tuner. Wasn't impressed with the SD picture - looked rather 'processed' with digital artefacts quite apparent. Wasn't completely sure if that was a result of a poor signal or the set itself.

Hi,
As Freeview is a digital signal it will either work or not....it's not like an analogue signal that will cause a poor picture if it's weak or shared between to many TV's...So the picture you viewed on the TV via the internal tuner will be as good as it gets.

I haven't seen an LCD TV yet that can show a decent picture via the internal freeview tuner....they all look as you say rather processed with digital artefacts.
When I compare TV's this is what I go by...the sets internal freeview tuner picture, (viewed from approx 10 feet away) ....sure they will all look great with a HD feed but in reality this isn't what the majority of home viewing will be.

If you intend to watch mostly a SD source (freeview) on a TV maybe a Plasma screen will be a better choice as they are way better with a SD source....take a look at the Panasonic 37" plasma (TX-P37X10B) or the 42" version (TX-P42X10B) showing a freeview image & compare it to any make of LCD showing the same....you will soon see the difference....the Panny will wipe the floor with any LCD I have viewed so far.

Cheers.
#15
uncle buck
If you intend to watch mostly a SD source (freeview) on a TV maybe a Plasma screen will be a better choice as they are way better with a SD source....take a look at the Panasonic 37" plasma (TX-P37X10B) or the 42" version (TX-P42X10B) showing a freeview image & compare it to any make of LCD showing the same....you will soon see the difference....the Panny will wipe the floor with any LCD I have viewed so far.

Cheers.


I'm in the market for a TV and just getting up to speed.

I would like to know if Plasma and LCD are inferior technology to LED which is now appearing on the market? I hear these have better contrast proper blacks and upscale SD better.. anyone with experience as I think I will wait till prices come down if true.
#16
JamesSmith
I'm in the market for a TV and just getting up to speed.

I would like to know if Plasma and LCD are inferior technology to LED which is now appearing on the market? I hear these have better contrast proper blacks and upscale SD better.. anyone with experience as I think I will wait till prices come down if true.

I have no idea as I haven't viewed any of the LED panels yet.
My observations are based on what my eyes tell me & I can honestly say that I haven't see a freeview picture on a LCD TV that I would say was good or that I would be happy watching ....however the freeview picture on the Panny Plasma (TX-P37X10B) that I viewed recently was the best picture by far that I've seen, It looked a lot more natural & "Real" than the picture on the LCD panels.

Cheers.
#17
Richer Sounds have got this TV for £549.95 with 1 year guarantee
or £604.90 with a 5 year guarantee.

You have to trade in an old TV though & you'd need to have a Richer Sounds store nearby though because it's an in-store only offer.

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