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Sony BRAVIA Full HD 1080P KDL32EX403 £329.99 (After VAT back) @ RicherSounds

£329.99 @ Richer Sounds
Aspect Ratio 16:9 Auto Install Yes Brand Sony Brightness Not specified Built-in Freeview HD Yes Ci Slot Yes Colour Black Component Input Yes Contrast Ratio Standard Digital Audio Out…
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Aspect Ratio 16:9
Auto Install Yes
Brand Sony
Brightness Not specified
Built-in Freeview HD Yes
Ci Slot Yes
Colour Black
Component Input Yes
Contrast Ratio Standard
Digital Audio Output Yes - optical
Display Type LCD
Dlna Compliant Yes
Electronic Progamme Guide in Days 7
Features of Product BRAVIA® Sync is a clever connectivity feature for controlling your entire home entertainment system with just your BRAVIA TV remote control. With one touch of this universal remote control option you can play or adjust settings on a Blu-ray Disc™ Player, home theatre sound system, Handycam® camcorder or any BRAVIA Sync enabled device. S-Force Front Surround gives you a truly cinematic experience without having to leave your sofa. The technology developed by Sony delivers true 3D surround sound using only the built-in television speakers. It works by replicating how the human ear recognises and picks up sound. Entirely virtual, S-Force doesn’t rely on bouncing sound off walls so you can enjoy movie theatre-like sound in any size room. Intelligent Picture: See the most crisp and clear pictures even with analogue signal thanks to Intelligent Picture. BRAVIA ENGINE 3 is the high picture performance engine used in the latest Sony LCD televisions. An original picture tuning and noise reduction process was developed by Sony to guarantee vivid and high contrast images. The complex noise reduction process enhances low contrast images until they are crisp and realistic, and processes blues, greens and whites within each frame to generate the richness and colour accuracy. 24p True Cinema Technology, our new BRAVIA TVs take feature film quality to a new level.
Flat Screen Yes
Front AV Sockets No
Full HD 1080p Yes
Hard Disc Drive No
Hard Drive Capacity N/A
HD Ready Yes
HDMI Connections 4
Headphone Socket Yes
Height With Tabletop Stand cm 53.2
Height Without Tabletop Stand cm 49.7
Intelligent Light Sensor No
LED Technology No
Memory Card Slot No
Parental Lock Yes
PC Input Dsub (VGA)
Picture Frequency in Hz 50
Picturein Picture Yes
Plays JPEG Discs Yes
Plays MP3 Discs Yes
Plays Sacd Discs No
Plays Vcd Discs No
Remote Control Included Yes
Resolution 1920x1080
RGB Enabled SCART Sockets 1
SCART Sockets 2
Screen Size in Inches 32
Signal Type Digital
Sleep Timer Yes
Sound Output Dolby Digital
S-video Connection Yes
Table Stand Included Yes
Teletext Yes
True 24p Cinema Playback Yes
USB Port Yes
VESA Wallmount Size 200x200
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#1
this is a bargain full hd freeview hd and a sony!!! buy now
#2
Note that this is the price AFTER getting the VAT back from Sony. However, it's still a good price and they're offering the 5 yr guarantee at 10% of the post-cashback price (- according to the ad).


Edited By: Decentbloke on Dec 07, 2010 09:57
#3
need to correct the subject - you have to quote the price you pay the retailer on this site - not after cashback or vat refund..
suspended#4
LOUGHBORO GUY
this is a bargain full hd freeview hd and a sony!!! buy now


and we know how much you like a sony... (_;)
#5
That's the price after VAT cashback - cheaper here if you want the warranty:

M&S link
#6
Price is £387.69 (without 5 year warranty).
#7
Only £314 at Amazon (free delivery) - now THAT'S a bargain!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003BVI49E

NOTE: Price keeps changing at Amazon - £314 price is right now 7/12/2010 at 10am and has been since yesterday.

Amazon £368.99 before Sony VAT-back offer,
RicherSounds £387.69 before Sony VAT-back offer!
#8
Rather than trek to Richer sounds, as it is instore only, just buy it at John Lewis, £409 delivered, comes with 5 year warranty included (only 21 quid more - the Richer sounds warranty costs £40 extra) , and of course claim vat back too works out as £60.92 so total cost there is £348.09
So, at the end of the day, by the time you get your money back, you are only paying £18.10 more, complete with the warranty

http://www.johnlewis.com/230950649/Product.aspx

Being Sony, I would say the warranty is essential, repair costs are astronomical, and unfortunately mighty likely to be needed!
#9
These are £299 instore at Tesco Knocknagoney in Belfast. That's NOT including the VAT back either.
#10
is the "Sony VAT Back Scheme" on all Sony products or just selected ones ???
#11
dazza71
These are £299 instore at Tesco Knocknagoney in Belfast. That's NOT including the VAT back either.

Afraid that's the Sony 32BX300 at £299 (which is not a Freeview HD TV). Tesco's price for the model we're discussing is £449 before the VAT-back.
#12
cbrpaul
is the "Sony VAT Back Scheme" on all Sony products or just selected ones ???

Only applies to selected products - they're listed on the Sony claim form which you can find online easily enough.
#13
Could potentially be cheaper from Best Buy with the cashback code for today!
#14
k80gou
Could potentially be cheaper from Best Buy with the cashback code for today!


*Quidco cashback
#15
If you're not fussed about a warranty, then it's £301.92 here, initial outlay is more, but by the time you take into account TCB and the Sony Vat back offer IMO it's a better deal.

My TCB tracked within an hour, tracking accuracy at 97%

The Quidco/TCB offer ends today.

Edited By: LeeIW on Dec 07, 2010 16:20
#16
LeeIW
If you're not fussed about a warranty, then it's £301.92 here, initial outlay is more, but by the time you take into account TCB and the Sony Vat back offer IMO it's a better deal.

My TCB tracked within an hour, tracking accuracy at 97%

The Quidco/TCB offer ends today.


NEVER count cashback until its in your hands! Treat it as an extra or get disappointed.

As for a warranty, how many LCD screens of any type have you seen that have lasted 5 years? My current CRT is just 5, and I have had one last 12 years, but I don't expect anything like that with an LCD, let alone one that is going to be on say, almost 6,000 hours a year in my house- even a fluorescent light (and that is effectively what lights them up!) usually only lasts about 10,000 hours!
#17
I agree cashback is not guaranteed, saying that I've never had any tracking problems in any purchases through either Quidco or TCB (maybe I'm lucky). But the 97% tracking reliability mentioned seems pretty reassuring in itself.

I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.
#18
LeeIW
I agree cashback is not guaranteed, saying that I've never had any tracking problems in any purchases through either Quidco or TCB (maybe I'm lucky). But the 97% tracking reliability mentioned seems pretty reassuring in itself.


I have, and so have a good few others on here!
#19
LeeIW
I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.


A typical argument on here... inflate or deflate the cost in order to make the point seem more valid or invalid! :-(
#20
nihcaj
LeeIW
I agree cashback is not guaranteed, saying that I've never had any tracking problems in any purchases through either Quidco or TCB (maybe I'm lucky). But the 97% tracking reliability mentioned seems pretty reassuring in itself.
I have, and so have a good few others on here!

and a great many others don't. If you're experiencing tracking problems then perhaps you should be looking at the reason for that!

Case in point, I bought a TV yesterday from Best Buy
http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/5327/tcbr.jpg

nihcaj
LeeIW
I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.
A typical argument on here... inflate or deflate the cost in order to make the point seem more valid or invalid! :-(

I don't quite understand what you're trying to say. I've already agreed with you that for the additional £50.00 if you need/want the reassurance a warranty offers then buying this from Richer Sounds is a good deal!
#21
nihcaj
LeeIW
I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.
A typical argument on here... inflate or deflate the cost in order to make the point seem more valid or invalid! :-(
Some people here (and elsewhere probably) feel that for any significantly expensive purchase that you hope to keep a year+ is usually covered under the Sale of Goods Act and that the purchaser should then argue/ write to/ take to Small Claims court the seller who sold the product. Some people may prefer to think about the extra £50 as a small price to pay for peace of mind, and avoid all the stress and the time and effort spent on doing all the above to claim back money or a repair from the seller. They seem quite proud that after spending hours and months chasing this and getting aggro they achive some result, so they don't like extended warranties. Learnt this from trying to post a Sainsbury's extended warranty deal!
#22
Muffinsrevenge
nihcaj
LeeIW
I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.
A typical argument on here... inflate or deflate the cost in order to make the point seem more valid or invalid! :-(

Some people here (and elsewhere probably) feel that for any significantly expensive purchase that you hope to keep a year+ is usually covered under the Sale of Goods Act and that the purchaser should then argue/ write to/ take to Small Claims court the seller who sold the product. Some people may prefer to think about the extra £50 as a small price to pay for peace of mind, and avoid all the stress and the time and effort spent on doing all the above to claim back money or a repair from the seller. They seem quite proud that after spending hours and months chasing this and getting aggro they achive some result, so they don't like extended warranties. Learnt this from trying to post a Sainsbury's extended warranty deal!


Yes, If you are into self-flagellation, and particularly paper chasing, then the small claims route is ideal - me, I prefer long term security of the warranty and ease at minimum cost (not these ridiculous insurance based warranties that are a scam). Only drawback, I was caught out when Allders went bust and that TV also ended after 3 years, just after Allders folded! Still that can happen with any product, or insurance :-(

As it happens the amount is not even that much in this case!

Edited By: nihcaj on Dec 11, 2010 17:51
#23
nihcaj
Muffinsrevenge
nihcaj
LeeIW
I'm unsure of the lifespan that you're intimating of an LCD, but my MIL for example has a 42" Bush (no pun intended) and so far has had approximately 21,000 hours use with absolutely no problems whatsoever. With regard to warranties, it's down to the individual. If the purchaser prefers the reassurance a warranty offers then undoubtedly for £50 more this is a good deal. Some people though see them as an unnecessary expense.
A typical argument on here... inflate or deflate the cost in order to make the point seem more valid or invalid! :-(
Some people here (and elsewhere probably) feel that for any significantly expensive purchase that you hope to keep a year+ is usually covered under the Sale of Goods Act and that the purchaser should then argue/ write to/ take to Small Claims court the seller who sold the product. Some people may prefer to think about the extra £50 as a small price to pay for peace of mind, and avoid all the stress and the time and effort spent on doing all the above to claim back money or a repair from the seller. They seem quite proud that after spending hours and months chasing this and getting aggro they achive some result, so they don't like extended warranties. Learnt this from trying to post a Sainsbury's extended warranty deal!
Yes, If you are into self-flagellation, and particularly paper chasing, then the small claims route is ideal - me, I prefer long term security of the warranty and ease at minimum cost (not these ridiculous insurance based warranties that are a scam). Only drawback, I was caught out when Allders went bust and that TV also ended after 3 years, just after Allders folded! Still that can happen with any product, or insurance :-(As it happens the amount is not even that much in this case!

If people are insistent on having a warranty, then I wouldn't touch a shop bought one in all honesty. Squaretrade sell a warranty through Amazon specifically for TVs that also comes with accidental damage cover. You pay more than the one on offer from Richer Sounds, but then again, how much peace of mind do you want? The other bonus is that it can be purchased upto 60 days after the TV. So if your budget was tight then it gives a little bit more breathing space.

Alternatively, some people with accidental damage cover on their household contents insurance might "drop" the TV if it became faulty when out of the manufacturers warranty (thereby saving the cost of any additional warranty) not that I'm advocating that route.

As I stated previously, it's entirely upto the individual.

Edited By: LeeIW on Dec 11, 2010 19:51
#24
LeeIW

If people are insistent on having a warranty, then I wouldn't touch a shop bought one in all honesty. Squaretrade sell a warranty through Amazon specifically for TVs that also comes with accidental damage cover. You pay more than the one on offer from Richer Sounds, but then again, how much peace of mind do you want? The other bonus is that it can be purchased upto 60 days after the TV. So if your budget was tight then it gives a little bit more breathing space.

Alternatively, some people with accidental damage cover on their household contents insurance might "drop" the TV if it became faulty when out of the manufacturers warranty (thereby saving the cost of any additional warranty) not that I'm advocating that route.

As I stated previously, it's entirely upto the individual.


If I "dropped" every piece of electronic gear that I have had go bust in a short time I wouldn't be able to get house insurance at all, let alone expect the claims to be paid!

That said why would you want to pay extra for accidental damage cover rather than get it via house insurance, which would usually be the cheapest way of getting it?

What's the difference betweens a shop bought one, or an insurance one? Both types of companies have gone bust in recent times, some very big names too!

To be honest, I wouldn't bet on Richer sounds being here in 5 years... not that convinced about the likes of John Lewis for that matter, hence the reason for wanting the cover cheap, as I wouldn't want to pay that much for it, to have another one go west like Allders did! After all, if you had asked me at the odds of a big organisation like Northern Rock being effectively bankrupt just 5 years back, I would have just laughed, and I would be in a room of others laughing too

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