Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40V5810U Full HD LCD TV with freesat HD - £599.99 @ Marks & Spencers - HotUKDeals
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Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40V5810U Full HD LCD TV with freesat HD - £599.00.99 @ Marks & Spencers

£599.00 @ Marks & Spencer
HD Ready 1080p: Displays images in Full HD 1080p, the maximum resolution defined for HDTV use, when connected to an HD compatible device Display: LCD Sony Bravia Engine 3 with a 40 inch viewable scre… Read More
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HD Ready 1080p: Displays images in Full HD 1080p, the maximum resolution defined for HDTV use, when connected to an HD compatible device
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
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)
Dimensions: With table stand: W98.7 x H68.4 x D30.3cm, without table stand: W98.7 x H63.6 x D9.3cm
Weight: weight inc. stand 20.5g, weight without stand 17.5kg
Dolby Virtual Surround® and BBE Digital: Experience the effect of digital surround sound from only two front speakers with our advanced S-Force Front Surround technology
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, RCA Audio Out, Analogue Audio Inputs x 2, RF In, Scart Inputs (RGB) x 2, BRAVIA Sync, DLNA Ethernet (Video/Music/Photo), AppliCast
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
Picture Frame Mode: Not watching TV? Turn it into a digital photo frame to display your own pictures
BRAVIA Theatre Sync: Synchronises your Sony theatre system so it can be operated by the press of a single button
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Please Note: To receive the full range of Freeview channels, customers should use an outdoor wide band aerial. Suitable portable TV aerials can be used to receive Freeview but the quality of the reception is dependent on the quality of the product and the signal area. Due to these factors you may not receive all Freeview channels when using an indoor aerial
Please Note: Freeview is not yet available to the whole of the UK. We advise that you check that your postcode area can receive the Freeview signal before ordering this product
Freesat: This television is capable of receiving Freesat services
In accordance with legal requirements, the recipient's name and address will be forwarded to TV Licensing once the order has been despatched
This product is not available for international delivery. Find out more
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[mod]#1
Thanks, looks like a good deal:) I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these when posting deals.
#2
good one :) am looking for a 42" in same price range, any suggestions ?
#3
Is this the same one that was £449 on Monday ? Or was it the W range, which is the better model.
Still a good deal but nothing compared to the deal on Monday at M&S
#4
ChristianS
Is this the same one that was £449 on Monday ? Or was it the W range, which is the better model.
Still a good deal but nothing compared to the deal on Monday at M&S


I bought the deal on Monday for a surprise gift for my lovely daughter, it was delivered yesterday and it is the W model. ;-)
#5
is this a better telly to the one posted yesterday?? http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/647049/sony-bravia-40-kdl-40z4500-200hz-69 regardz, joe.
#6
Shyner
is this a better telly to the one posted yesterday?? http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/647049/sony-bravia-40-kdl-40z4500-200hz-69 regardz, joe.


The Z4500 is better.
#7
Chanser
The Z4500 is better.


thank you Chanser. as columbo would say, theres just one more thing, i dont have a hd box for my digital channels, will this tv upscale/improve the picture??
#8
All TV's upscale freeview or you can buy 2010 TV's with Freeview HD.
Check the freeview site if you can get Freeview HD or not.

Though this TV has Freesat and Freeview, so you can get BBC HD and ITV HD on freesat already and BBC iPlayer via network. The reason I said the Z4500 is better is because of the 200hz processing. Panasonic 2010 TV's already or will have Freesat and Freeview HD built-in.
#9
millarcat
Thanks, looks like a good deal:) I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these when posting deals.


plus FREE 5 Year M&S Guarantee with this product and 5% Quidco
#10
can u buy these instores?
#11
Expect a few price reductions on discontinued Sony TV's as the new 2010 Bravia range has just come out. The series to watch out for are the EX, NX and HX range.100Hz motionflow starts with the KDL-**EX503 range and they have Freeview HD built in with wi-fi capability and a new clean design.
#12
The V model has 50Hz screen while the W has the 100Hz. Is there any other difference?
#13
Chanser
The reason I said the Z4500 is better is because of the 200hz processing. Panasonic 2010 TV's already or will have Freesat and Freeview HD built-in.


The Z4500 is really old now, it was replaced by the Z5500 and the Freesat Z5800 and now thats just been replaced by the HX703 which really looks the business and is a big improvement on the Z series as you don't have to adjust the motionflow settings

200hz is more than you need anyway, the human eye cant see more than 100hz so it's kind of waisted really
#15
For anyone with a Costco card I bought this at 550 quid last week, with 5 year warranty too.
#16
Could somebody check and see if this tv comes with a free Sony bluray player? I.m sure it did last Thursday in store.
#17
stezo2k


200hz is more than you need anyway, the human eye cant see more than 100hz so it's kind of waisted really


Good heavens, what utter drivel.

I think you'll find that the human eye is sensitive to frequencies well up to the blue end of the spectrum.
#18
londislagerhound
Good heavens, what utter drivel.

I think you'll find that the human eye is sensitive to frequencies well up to the blue end of the spectrum.


colour? isn't that a different form of frequency we are talking about? light frequency =/= refresh rate frequency.

just asking
#19
Not a great price for a 40 inch TV.

Buy one of the Panny plasmas- can get a 50 incher for about a £100 more (one was £20 more on this site the other day).
#20
wazza
The V model has 50Hz screen while the W has the 100Hz. Is there any other difference?


Yes the 40W5500 is 100000:1 contrast ratio yet this one seem's to be 60000:1 big difference imo:thumbsup:
#21
stezo2k
The Z4500 is really old now, it was replaced by the Z5500 and the Freesat Z5800 and now thats just been replaced by the HX703 which really looks the business and is a big improvement on the Z series as you don't have to adjust the motionflow settings

200hz is more than you need anyway, the human eye cant see more than 100hz so it's kind of waisted really



Wow did a Google search and the HX703 looks stunning!!

Wondering whether to upgrade my KDL-40V3000 or not.. I do love it though; it's stylish, 1080p and have never noticed any problems with motion blur.
#22
Loads of these in Costco Ellesmere Port - £552 inc vat and 5yr warranty.
#23
wazza
The V model has 50Hz screen while the W has the 100Hz. Is there any other difference?


I'v just gone from a 5 year old KDL32Vseries Bravia with 50 hz to a KSDL40Z with 200hz and the differance is amazing:thumbsup:
#24
sleth
Could somebody check and see if this tv comes with a free Sony bluray player? I.m sure it did last Thursday in store.


Hi,
Yes, you are correct. It said the FREE Blu-ray player was worth £149. I just missed the £449 deal which would have been amazing.
#25
anh_duong
colour? isn't that a different form of frequency we are talking about? light frequency =/= refresh rate frequency.

just asking


You are correct-from my 'O' level physics I seem to recall that frequency is the number of cycles (could be anything from refresh rate to waves) in a given time-usually in seconds and the units are Hertz. The frequancy for TV sets refers to refresh cycles per second. Frequancy for light refers to numbers of light waves that pass a given point per second. Frequency in these situations is measuring completely diferent things.
#26
sorry but sony products havent been that great since they started having stuff built on the cheap around eastern europe, i think today there over rated and over priced, panasonic every time A+
#27
londislagerhound
Good heavens, what utter drivel.

I think you'll find that the human eye is sensitive to frequencies well up to the blue end of the spectrum.


:roll: Oh my god, if you are going to be a rude troll you should at least know what you are talking about and not make yourself look like an ignorant idiot. Refresh rate has nothing directly to do with colour.

And yes, the "Hz race" is mainly marketing. Your better of with a good quality 50hz panel than a poor panel that compensates with "100/200 Hz" interpolation. It needs to be turned off anyway for most things.

The Hz figure is not the same thing as Hz was on a CRT. Most people around here seem to think it is. But its only an 'effective' Hz. Its a system for frame doubling.
#28
[QUOTE=autopilot]:roll: Oh my god, if you are going to be a rude troll you should at least know what you are talking about and not make yourself look like an ignorant idiot. Refresh rate has nothing directly to do with colour.
/QUOTE]

Didn't say it did.

Anyone claiming that the human eye isn't sensitive to frequencies above 100hz is talking garbage.
banned#29
this is only a 50hz tv, but you do get a free blu ray player, also its only home delivery, silver lining to a pretty average TV
#30
>100hz on LCDs are mostly useful for sorting out motion blur (a major lcd problem). You need a proper review to tell you if it works OK or not, in particular a lot of cheaper sets have rubbish quality interpolation that creates more problems than it solves.
#31
angad1
this is only a 50hz tv, but you do get a free blu ray player, also its only home delivery, silver lining to a pretty average TV


The free Blu Ray player is ONLY for instore purchases, not for online purchases, just a warning for anyone buying online.
#32
wazza
The V model has 50Hz screen while the W has the 100Hz. Is there any other difference?


W is better....100hz for fast sports etc (motionflow), avoids blurring. Sony series (the 'older' ones as new models are out) progress through this system:
S (basic), V , W then ultimate Z. :thumbsup:
#33
Could any one please let me know some decent HDMI Cables. I would be very great full if any one provide me a link.

thanks in advance.
#34
VANISRI
Could any one please let me know some decent HDMI Cables. I would be very great full if any one provide me a link.

thanks in advance.


The cheapest you can find. There is no difference what-so-ever between expensive and dirt cheap HDMI cables, other than build quality. If the work they work, they are digital and you wont get any improvement in picture quality.
#35
sleth
Could somebody check and see if this tv comes with a free Sony bluray player? I.m sure it did last Thursday in store.
#36
Bought one yesterday, Sat 18th April in Braehead, Glasgow M&S with free Sony Blu ray player, BDP S360. No sign saying blu-ray free. Told there weren't any left. Worth £100 of anyone's money. Telly comes as stated with 5 yrs warranty and 2yrs for blu ray, inc installation.
#37
Got this with the free blu-ray player the other day. Also had a free M&S gift card after buying a sofa so got the deal for £449. Winner in my book.

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