Sony Bravia 40BX420 40 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview LCD TV for £299.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Full HD 1080p display resolution.
Integrated Freeview digital tuner.
40in (102cm) widescreen TV.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Refresh rate 50Hz.
Connectivity:

2 HDMI sockets, 1 SCART socket and 1 USB port.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital +SRS theatre sound HD sound system.
8 x 8 watts RMS power output.
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#1
says £379 when I click mate?
#2
wrong price
#3
joshtbh
says £379 when I click mate?

Same Here.
#4
Never mind

Edited By: maximoshark on Jun 27, 2012 21:09: update
#5
299 for me, hot hot hot!
#6
£379!
1 Like #7
299 for me
1 Like #8
£299 when I go to checkout page ;)
1 Like #9
BX isn't the greatest Bravia but for £300 it's a steal!!
1 Like #10
if you reserve it comes in at £299.....as opposed to £379!
#11
why expired stock near me!
1 Like #12
Mods Pls Unexpire - Still in stock in several places...
#14
4 in stock Sheffield Angel Street for pick up. £299.99
#15
Funny because, at the time of posting this, the price displayed was £299.99.. but like toibs said, you need to reserve it and then it comes as £299.99.

Stocks are very low.. both of my nearest sores are out of stock but there are others available

Edited By: NosAri on Jun 27, 2012 21:30
#16
is it any good?
#17
I've reserved one in Leeds - though having second thoughts about it, as it'll be used mainly for a PS3, with cable HD as a secondary - any thorough or trusted reviews on this particular model?
#18
Dragonis
I've reserved one in Leeds - though having second thoughts about it, as it'll be used mainly for a PS3, with cable HD as a secondary - any thorough or trusted reviews on this particular model?

9.0/10 however few mentioned bad picture quality... and obviously the sound (speakers) will not be that good..
http://shopping.reevoo.com/p/sony-kdl-40bx420

Edited By: NosAri on Jun 27, 2012 21:53
1 Like #19
50hz no thanks :(
#20
Certainly cheap but two HDMI is surprisingly economical.
2 Likes #21
2 hdmi ports is a bit tight
1 Like #22
Good luck to those who have reserved it, but I bet when you get to the store they'll be looking for £379.99....

"Please note that the price you pay is the price in store on the day you collect your items"
#23
Got last one reserved at my local, many thanks.
#24
Reserved, have reserved items before that have gone up over night and still got it,
4 Likes #25
this is such a **** tv.. why would you bother
#26
Reviews: http://www.zdnet.com/reviews/product/flat-panel-tvs/sony-bravia-kdl-40bx420/34504772

Price shows as £299 on the item page now - "Save £200"
#27
No freeview and LCD
#28
joeprosho
this is such a **** tv.. why would you bother

why what's up with it?
#29
Nice find. Four left in Lancaster.
#30
LOUGHBORO GUY
No freeview and LCD
did you mean no Freeview HD?
#31
LOUGHBORO GUY
No freeview and LCD
STUPID BOY read the title...
#32
Seems like a good price- have been looking for a spare tv for the games room. Didn't want to spend more than £300 and this seems to tick all the boxes! Heat!
#33
joshtbh
joeprosho
this is such a **** tv.. why would you bother

why what's up with it?

providing this is the 2010/2011 model i believe it to be:

the audio on these things was bad, the picture quality on them was pretty woeful

sony make like nothing of it, it might aswell be a technica or something with a sony sticker on it.. but they will sell regardless due to the sony name, have only ever really seen the BX series up to around 22" though i know they made them bigger, its old and at this money there is plenty i would rather have for the same price or a touch more

the connectivity alludes to its quality

Edited By: joeprosho on Jun 27, 2012 22:35
#34
Beware this tv suffers from an inheriant panel fault, that often occurs after 18 to 24 months.
#35
joeprosho
joshtbh
joeprosho
this is such a **** tv.. why would you bother

why what's up with it?

providing this is the 2010/2011 model i believe it to be:

the audio on these things was bad, the picture quality on them was pretty woeful

sony make like nothing of it, it might aswell be a technica or something with a sony sticker on it.. but they will sell regardless due to the sony name, have only ever really seen the BX series up to around 22" though i know they made them bigger, its old and at this money there is plenty i would rather have for the same price or a touch more

the connectivity alludes to its quality

fair enough if you know the picture to be bad, but the connectivity options don't have anything to do with it. If I knew the picture to be great, I wouldn't care if it had 1 or 3 HDMIs for this price.
#36
how long is the warranty?
1 Like #37
50hz is better for gaming than 100hz
#38
sabreliner
Certainly cheap but two HDMI is surprisingly economical.
Also 8w speakers, surprisingly economical as you put it:)
I remember a few years ago when even a 32" Toshiba had 2x15W speakers... "improvements" are being made constantly.
1 Like #39
joshtbh
joeprosho
joshtbh
joeprosho
this is such a **** tv.. why would you bother

why what's up with it?

providing this is the 2010/2011 model i believe it to be:

the audio on these things was bad, the picture quality on them was pretty woeful

sony make like nothing of it, it might aswell be a technica or something with a sony sticker on it.. but they will sell regardless due to the sony name, have only ever really seen the BX series up to around 22" though i know they made them bigger, its old and at this money there is plenty i would rather have for the same price or a touch more

the connectivity alludes to its quality

fair enough if you know the picture to be bad, but the connectivity options don't have anything to do with it. If I knew the picture to be great, I wouldn't care if it had 1 or 3 HDMIs for this price.

fair comment,

my real point is just people buying into brands regardless.. i have an interesting view on the sony E series laptops as well

carp is carp no matte what the badge says
#40
Are smaller TVs usually cheaper? All the deals on here all seem to be for large TVs on the site but I only need a 20something inch TV and don't want to spend much more than £100 (not sure if this is feasible). I'd want it to be HD preferably with a HD tuner freeview thingy. Don't mean to try and hijack this thread, I have done a little research myself but but people here seem to be so knowledgeable so I thought I'd ask.

Ps. I keep hearing HDMI mentioned. What is its main use? The same as the Red Yellow White connections or am I confused? Would older video games consoles be able to plug into it? Sorry if this is too off topic.

On topic - never had a TV with usb before, pretty cool. I actually already have a decent monitor for my PC. I wonder if I could use that as a TV with a freeview box...

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