Sony Bravia KDL-32EX301 32" Freeview LCD TV £279.99 at Play.com Plus Free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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High Definition, wherever you want it

Amazing quality High Definition pictures, connection to a world of home entertainment and a stylish compact design to suit any space. Where will you put your EX301? Compact design doesn't mean missing out on top features.

This HD Ready model is packed with technology to deliver true-to-life colours, highly detailed HD pictures and superb sound. Its compact size is ideal viewing for any small living space.

Key Features:
HD Ready
Enjoy your favourite TV shows and movies in detailed digital High Definition quality
USB Media Player
Plug in a USB device and enjoy movies, photos and music on your TV using USB playback
HDMI
4 inputs (3 on rear, 1 on side, all with CEC) make it easier to connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc and PLAYSTATION3
BRAVIA Sync
Control your entire home entertainment system with a universal remote control option
BRAVIA Engine 2
Experience incredibly clear and defined colour and picture detail
24p True Cinema
Reproduce the authentic cinematic experience and enjoy movies exactly as the director intended in 24 frames per second
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#1
Nice, ordered one for my Mum.
#2
Voted hot. Althought you may want to add the model number to the title :thumbsup:

The model number is KDL-32EX301
#3
I have this Tv picture quality on Xbox360 is Fantastic its full 1080p
#4
I know this. This is the TV they give away at the carphone warehouse with a contract.

But the contracts are £25 a month... so there's no point because the phones on that are worth only £25 anyway... just buy the phone and get a sim.

Amazed at the amount of people who fall into those traps.

In any case, this is a decent TV, personally I would rather have a bigger one for the living room, but this is very decent if you don't have 'blu-ray and all those crazy gadgets' and just use your TV as a Television.
#5
stevenduff
I have this Tv picture quality on Xbox360 is Fantastic its full 1080p


It's not 1080p its 720p isn't it?

It says 'HD ready' which in 90% of cases means 720p.
#6
stevenduff
I have this Tv picture quality on Xbox360 is Fantastic its full 1080p


it's not a full HD TV I'm afraid
#7
SamuraisShadow
It's not 1080p its 720p isn't it?

It says 'HD ready' which in 90% of cases means 720p.




1366 x 768 so 720p/768p however you look at it.
#8
Rudz
it's not a full HD TV I'm afraid


I thought so.
#9
Any discount codes on this?
#10
0.5% from Quidco I believe..
#11
Rudz
it's not a full HD TV I'm afraid


Sorry i have this on right now , its full 1080p on xbox if anybody wants a picture will send no problem !
#12
what media will this play through the usb port? will movies play ok?
#13
I want to know if it does MKV as well....
#14
Could this double as a PC monitor?
#15
FTCom
I want to know if it does MKV as well....

Nope. A relative got one of these a while back, first thing I did was bosh a load of different files on a usb stick and see what it could handle. standard def stuff was pretty good - xvid/divx etc, but no mkv support.
#16
squeek
Nope. A relative got one of these a while back, first thing I did was bosh a load of different files on a usb stick and see what it could handle. standard def stuff was pretty good - xvid/divx etc, but no mkv support.


nice one thanks, I suppose I could run it anyway through an external media box or Blu-ray anyway...
1 Like #17
stevenduff
Sorry i have this on right now , its full 1080p on xbox if anybody wants a picture will send no problem !


It will accept a 1080p input signal, but the tv can only physically output 720p so the 1080p signal from your xbox is being downsampled.
#18
it says this in the manual

Video
Video Signal: 1080/60p (HDMI™ / COMPONENT),
1080/60i, 1080/24p (HDMI™ ONLY), 720/60p,
480/60p, 480/60i
#20
axxxr
Could this double as a PC monitor?


I should think so... But wouldn't 32'' be a bit too much for a PC?
#21
Numbers, numbers…good tv, good price, voted hot
#23
SamuraisShadow
I should think so... But wouldn't 32'' be a bit too much for a PC?


A 32" incher is never enough for some! :roll:
#24
FTCom
0.5% from Quidco I believe..


Pretty useless Quidco rate, I ended up going through Nectar instead.
1 Like #25
h0dgy
It will accept a 1080p input signal, but the tv can only physically output 720p so the 1080p signal from your xbox is being downsampled.


yep totally correct :thumbsup: my 32" HD ready tv does the same. 1366x768 panel but everything says 1080p (ps3, xbox 360, wd tv and cinema system) so like u said i would imagine its changing the 1080p signal down to 720p on the tv instead of the device. thanks for helping me understand :)
#26
lucas4
yep totally correct :thumbsup: my 32" HD ready tv does the same. 1366x768 panel but everything says 1080p (ps3, xbox 360, wd tv and cinema system) so like u said i would imagine its changing the 1080p signal down to 720p on the tv instead of the device. thanks for helping me understand :)


No worries - at least I didn't completely waste my time trying to help explain it!
1 Like #27
h0dgy
No worries - at least I didn't completely waste my time trying to help explain it!


Good on ya mate - I was crying with laughter when reading this, "buh buh buh ma telly says 1080p signal so it must be, the spec must be wrong....blah blah".

I have no problem with people making a mistake or misunderstanding, we all do it - But when they consistantly fail to accept the cold truth without checking the facts for themselves it becomes hillarious.
#28
i see the 1080p snobs are out again,i really donmt see why anyone puts a deal on here for tv's anymore as they get flamed like a pig on a barby
#29
This TV is 1080p through HDMI. I got the 26" E4040 and has the same spec. But it goes to 1080p through HDMI only
#30
cant go wrong if I have read everything correctly.
Ordered one for mum's kitchen
voted hot !
#31
I've heard these are pretty poor sets, anyone confirm this? SD is well below average, though does an alright job of HD.

Cheers
#33
Hi, not too bothered about 1080, just looking for a telly for my Mum. This seems like a good buy for the price, anyone got any other suggestions or should I just get this one. :?
#34
Hot - I'm having one, the ex-fiance is taking his back, so I'm replacing it with a better one! Woohoo!
#35
Just ordered, anyone know when I can expect delivery? site says 3-5 days, do they give you any indication as to when it will be??

oh and heat added, sorry I'm new here!!
#36
Dokko
I've heard these are pretty poor sets, anyone confirm this? SD is well below average, though does an alright job of HD.

Cheers


Anyone confirm this? Thinking of getting it but for mostly (if not always) using an SD source.
#37
for 30 quid extra order from Amazon and get 3 year gurantee... unless play are doing it... or am I missing somthing?

reply back.

Regards,

Carl (newbie)
#38
CMan1434
for 30 quid extra order from Amazon and get 5 year gurantee... unless play are doing it... or am I missing somthing

reply back.

Regards,

Carl (newbie)


What? Where? It's £299 + £102.99 for the 5 year warranty isn't it? Also that's the same model but with a U on the end, anyone know the difference? Sony Bravia KDL-32EX301U
1 Like #39
the182guy
What? Where? It's £299 + £102.99 for the 5 year warranty isn't it? Also that's the same model but with a U on the end, anyone know the difference? Sony Bravia KDL-32EX301U


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#40
I got one of these in the last bank holiday sales, it was £275 then.

Excellent TV we got it for the conservatory. It's wall mounted and ends up so neat. The USB port is in just the right place so when you put a pen drive in it's hidden. You can then watch divx/xvid videos from the pen drive or play mp3 albums. So we can use it for Freeview / Videos / MP3's all in one neat package.

The sound quality is excellent as is the picture. I was slightly unsure when I purchased it if it was 720p or 1080p as the literature for it is very confusing and does make it sound like it is full 1080p when using hdmi. I ended up buying it under the assumption it was 720p, at the end of the day it's only a 32" so do you really need 1080p for TV? We also sit approx 5m away so you really wouldn't be able to tell the difference!

Been really pleased with the purchase, no complaints at all. Voted hot but only just due to the price being good but not quite as good as it was a few weeks ago!

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