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Sony Bravia KDL-22EX320B LED HD Ready TV with built-in Wi-Fi - £239.00@John Lewis

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Brilliant small room TV. Built in WiFi works a treat. Great picture and sound for a small TV. John Lewis so 5 year g'tee.

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    robot1000
    Seems overpriced for a 22" TV
    agxie
    But this is a quality TV with the ability to access iPlayer etc from an A1 retailer. If you want a 22 Bush from Argos with a 1 year warranty that is your choice.
    crazylegs
    Cold....Sony TV's not good quality, 22" for this price forget it!

    They were about 5 years ago but haven't been for a few years now!
    smellyonion
    sony tvs are quality, they are still one of the best tv brands. sony, panasonic and samsung are tier 1.

    Edited By: smellyonion on Feb 21, 2012 07:18
    daisydaisy
    sorry, have to agree with crazylegs. last tv bought was a 22" sony bravia. failed after 17 months and cost £130 to repair.

    however, if we'd bought it from john lewis we'd have had a 5 year guarantee instead of the 12 months offered by the local sony shop!

    also portable dvd player failed after 1 year and 2 days and was cheaper to replace than repair.

    so my advice is - if you want to buy sony - buy from john lewis.
    Bertt
    Sony are the only 'tier one' manufacturer not to include basic protection against firmware corruption (a cheap chip) in some of their blu ray players. This is the worst kind of cynical cost cutting and I would avoid Sony products.
    evapor8
    smellyonion
    evapor8
    Only £235.38 at Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004S9DXI0/

    Chris

    The john lewis is 5 years warranty. If you want to save £4 rather than have 5 years, be my guest.

    And bertt, you would avoid all sony products just because some of their bluray players lack this chip? I bet you have watched a sony pictures or Colombia pictures film recently or listened to a sony music song and buy bluray discs where part of it goes to sony for royalties.
    huxlee
    This is a good price for a quality tv. Especially with wifi built in. And a 5 year warranty from john lewis.
    huxlee
    This is a good price for a quality tv. Especially with wifi built in. And a 5 year warranty from john lewis.
    Krinkle
    Sony and Panasonic are the best TV manufacturers out there! However, although the picture's s'posed to be pretty good on these, the sound is quite poor...very weak and 'tinny' by all accounts!
    hightower4
    Krinkle
    Sony and Panasonic are the best TV manufacturers out there! However, although the picture's s'posed to be pretty good on these, the sound is quite poor...very weak and 'tinny' by all accounts!

    Bought this recently and have to agree, very nice looking tele, looks expensive, great picture, but the sound quality lets it down slightly, settings can be changed but still not perfect. Great EPG though and built in wifi is handy. I would have bought the 24" in white personally because its full HD but was OOS. :(
    evapor8
    smellyonion
    evapor8
    Only £235.38 at Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004S9DXI0/

    Chris

    The john lewis is 5 years warranty. If you want to save £4 rather than have 5 years, be my guest.


    Given the disposable nature of a tv nowadays, I'd take my chances!

    Chris
    Max-Power
    Sony still a decent brand. I just got myself a Logik LED 22" with DVD Combi for £87 though, so i'll pass :)
    N1K0LAI_DAN7E
    daisydaisy
    sorry, have to agree with crazylegs. last tv bought was a 22" sony bravia. failed after 17 months and cost £130 to repair.

    however, if we'd bought it from john lewis we'd have had a 5 year guarantee instead of the 12 months offered by the local sony shop!

    also portable dvd player failed after 1 year and 2 days and was cheaper to replace than repair.

    so my advice is - if you want to buy sony - buy from john lewis.


    local Sony Centres offer 5 year guarantees on all TV's..

    i used to work in one, only if you got refurb or ex display might that possibly change...

    some of the TV's are a pile of crap, but if you have a bit more money to spend this is not a bad thing particularly for a kitchen, the WiFi is certainly a nice enough feature, this TV can also be had in whtie BTW

    its perfectly fine and a well made piece of gear, which is more than can be said for some of the other stuff

    you cant expect sound to be good from a skinny Little LED backlit set, no room for decent speakers, and this is the same up into the LED 50" sets.. im sure it would be adequate though

    Edited By: joeprosho on Feb 21, 2012 14:31
    J0n35y
    Doesn't just about eveything legally have a 5 year warranty anyway? Maybe Im slavering completely but I thought if something ends up with a fault you have 12 months with the manufacturer to fix but 5 years or so with the retailer who is obliged to fix or replace for you? Im probably getting wrong end of the stick.

    Not voting either way as dont know the specifics regarding build quality of this model. Bravia's can be top of the range but all too often some models are murder and certain batches seem to just break after little time. Sony, while still very good, just aren't the excellent manufacturers they were even as recently as 5 years ago.
    rheumatoid
    I bought the last 24" JL had in stock before Xmas for a few quid more than this. Its a really nice piece of kit. The viewing angle and sound are fine for a bedroom but not sure how good they would be for a main TV. But I guess not many have one that small anyway.

    R.
    pfagan10
    Seems expensive for what it is. I managed to get one of the Asda price match Samsungs for £300....40" full HD, 5 year guarantee!! £349 instore now....
    TPBowler1
    @ Max-Power - Where did you get the Logik one please?

    Good price for this, but thinking the LG more meets my needs at present
    smolloy2002
    Max-Power
    Sony still a decent brand. I just got myself a Logik LED 22" with DVD Combi for £87 though, so i'll pass :)

    link please?
    Slider09
    I have the 24" version of this tv in our bedroom. Good picture, streams iplayer and lovefilm without any problems. Is also DNLA compliant, streams HD video from pc without any problems.

    Only real issue with this tv is it suffers quite badly with clouding (especially bottom right). Really only noticeable on very dark scenes.

    Think I paid about £285 last summer.
    zinglebarb
    Just bought a 27 inch LG passive 3D screen for £260 so this is well over priced
    N1K0LAI_DAN7E
    zinglebarb
    Just bought a 27 inch LG passive 3D screen for £260 so this is well over priced


    why, because you bought a larger screen, for more money, with less guarantee, from a less reputable brand and retailer which features a technology i would never use?

    im not trying to stick up for this deal, just pwning u for comment

    (awaits reply saying they got the LG from JL with a 5yr Guarantee XD)

    Edited By: joeprosho on Feb 22, 2012 09:53
    agxie
    I have had one of these for a month or so. Sound is good for a small room - OK its not as good as the 46 Panasonic downstairs but then it would never be so. If you have a largish front room do not buy this set - it is to small!
    27 LG - i would go for quality over size, oh and a 5 yr guarantee and wifi. Purchased an LG monitor/tv last year for my daughter which had a couple of dead pixels. LG did not want to know and told me this was acceptable. I therefore will never buy LG again.
    sm4rt
    I got one of these recently to use as a monitor as well as TV - that's when I discovered it's only 720p - HD ready not 1080p HD
    Ended up with a 24" Logik from currys for £149 which is 1080p and works a treat - has 2 HDMI and 1 VGA (and Scart adapter)
    http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/logik-l24ldib11-24-full-hd-led-tv-11418755-pdt.html

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