Sony Bravia D Series 40" 40D3500 HD 1080p Freeview Widescreen LCD TV £549.99 @ Play + free delivery & 3yrs warranty - HotUKDeals
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1st post so not sure if i have done it right.
been looking for a 40" sony tv ever since i missed out on the john lewis 1

HD Ready 1080p (1920x1080)
Dynamic Contrast: 16000:1
Integrated Digital Tuner / Freeview
2 x HDMI
Live Colour Creation
Bravia Engine
Dynamic Contrast Up To 16,000:1
S-Force Surround Sound
Photo TV HD
2 x SCART
1 x Component Input
PC Input
VESA Compatible
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#1
3yrs warranty?
banned#2
haha, coldest deal ever . lol
#3
D series seems old, but it looks like a best price for this model, voted hot
#4
Don't think there is a waranty at play anymore !!
#5
Is the 40V4000 a better tv than this one in the OP?

If so, £549 in Argos.
#6
This TV is actually newer than the 40V4000 but has one less HDMI port. The panels are the same.
#7
mittu1
This TV is actually newer than the 40V4000 but has one less HDMI port. The panels are the same.


Not bad then. Those V4000s will go pretty quick and this is a good alternative - get an active HDMI switch and there will be little difference.
#8
wheres the info on the warranty?
#9
gunark
Not bad then. Those V4000s will go pretty quick and this is a good alternative - get an active HDMI switch and there will be little difference.


If thats the case then Hot from me
#10
mittu1
This TV is actually newer than the 40V4000 but has one less HDMI port. The panels are the same.


Incorrect!

The 4000 Series is newer, the V Series has a Bravia Engine 2 vs the D Series Bravia Engine. The contrast ratio of the V Series is 33000:1 vs the D Series 16000:1. The D3500 is a discontinued model launched in November 2007 whereas the V4000 was released in June 2008.

Those are just some of the details, more details here: http://www.sony.co.uk/comparison/kdl40d3500u/kdl40v4000u

Anyone looking to get this set really should first look at the 40V4000 as you'll find that the build date for the 40D3500 will have been for the early part of this year and may well have been sat in a warehouse for some time. The V4000 is a 'much' better set and can be bought for around the same price so you'd be better off investing your money in newer technology!

M&S sell the 40V4000 for £599 with a 5 Year Warranty!
#11
Bought mine back in June at £589+ a five year warranty from John Lewis.@ 1080p via bluray/hd dvd or freesat hd this is a top telly.Unlike a lot of lcd,s the blacks are very dark ,not unlike a plasma.
#12
thehitman
Incorrect!

The 4000 Series is newer, the V Series has a Bravia Engine 2 vs the D Series Bravia Engine. The contrast ratio of the V Series is 33000:1 vs the D Series 16000:1. The D3500 is a discontinued model launched in November 2007 whereas the V4000 was released in June 2008.

Those are just some of the details, more details here: http://www.sony.co.uk/comparison/kdl40d3500u/kdl40v4000u

Anyone looking to get this set really should first look at the 40V4000 as you'll find that the build date for the 40D3500 will have been for the early part of this year and may well have been sat in a warehouse for some time. The V4000 is a 'much' better set and can be bought for around the same price so you'd be better off investing your money in newer technology!

M&S sell the 40V4000 for £599 with a 5 Year Warranty!


In that case I stand corrected, probably not for the last time either!
#13
mittu1
In that case I stand corrected, probably not for the last time either!


:oops: Sorry about that mate. I think this isn't a bad deal for the D3500 but it really would be worth going for the V4000, especially given that there isn't much of a difference in price.

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