Sony Bravia 40" KDL40V2000U Freeview HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV £899.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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The new HD Ready 40" V series features Sony's exclusive advanced technology, such as 'Live Colour Creation', 'BRAVIA ENGINE' and high performance LCD panel for its high picture quality. In addition, this series has enhanced connectivity and convenient features.

our price: £899.99 Delivered
availability: In stock.
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RRP: £1799.99 You save: £900.00 (50%)

PIP Freeze to Pause Important Scenes on the Spot
SRS TruSurround XT for enhanced surrounding effect
PC Input for use as a PC monitor
Fast Response Time 8ms
WCG-CCFL backlight and Colour Filter Side
High Performance S-PVA LCD panel
High Contrast 1300:1
Integrated Digital TV Tuner
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
HD Ready
Wide Viewing Angle 178 degrees
40" V-series BRAVIA LCD TV
Swivel to Adjust Display to the Best Viewing Position
Table top stand supplied
Power output: 20W
NTSC / PAL / Secam
Minijack: 3.5mm
2 x RGB scart
Power consumption: 180W
Parental lock
Menu in 19 languages
Picture: 14:9 / 4:3 modes
Display resolution: 1366 x 768
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Sound system: NICAM
Dimensions: (DxHxW) (without stand) 103mm x 664mm x 988mm
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Excellent TV and very good price :)

The 720p HD picture on these is great and I'm not sure, but I think the V series has two HDMI conections.

FreeView tuner is another big plus on these ;-) Thanks techmob!
Excellent TV and very good price :)

The 720p HD picture on these is great and I'm not sure, but I think the V series has two HDMI conections.

FreeView tuner is another big plus on these ;-) Thanks techmob!

sorry only 1 HDMI

Screen size (inches) 40 Screen size measured diagonally from corner to corner in inches.

Screen format 16:9 Aspect ratio 16:9 is the standard for HDTV and most DVD video formats, better known as Widescreen. 4:3 aspect ratio is standard for normal PC monitors & Televisions.

HDTV ready Yes High Definition Television displays a picture with a much higher resolution than a standard television set, dramatically improving the picture quality. This is achieved by an increased number of lines.

Pixel resolution 1366x768 Display quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality.

Built-in speakers Yes

Tuner Analogue & digital (DVB)

Integrated Freeview Yes

On screen display Yes Graphic displays which appear on the TV screen to guide through the various settings and controls (On Screen Display)

Component video input Yes Used to send very high quality signals from a DVD player to a Television. Higher quality than SCART but carries video signal only, a separate cable must be used to carry sound.

DVI input No

HDMI inputs 1

RGB input Yes Transmission system that splits the Red, Green and Blue signal to provide a clearer and more defined picture.

Scart sockets 2 21 pins AV connector that carries''s composite, S-video, RGB video, stereo audio and Widescreen switching signals.

Tabletop stand supplied Yes

Wall mount included No

Remote Yes Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset.

Dimensions (H x W x D) in mm 664x988x103 Height x Width x Depth in millimetres
Weight (Kg) 21
I have one of these, it is superb, bought as a 'staff sale' direct from Sony 6 months ago, and I paid more than this , absolute bargain, not HD1080 and will only display a 1080i picture not 1080p, currently set up with my Xbox360 as 720p, picture is superb!:thumbsup:
Top find i have watched a HD movie (king Kong 2 out of 10) on one of these and its amazing.
The V2000 is an old model - the V2500 is out now and that has 2 HDMI sockets and can be picked up for under £1000 if you shop around.
what is a HMDI socket? i know it sounds still but you know.....
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thats the best socket you can use for HD content
so the more you have the better so you can use for different HD stuff.
one for SKY HD, one for your ps3 or dvd player etc
cheers for that!!!

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