Sony Bravia KDL-32EX403 - 32" Full HD, 1080p Freeview HD LCD TV - £328.98 Delivered @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Was £299 in sales at Richer Sounds and Amazon before the VAT increase, but everybody sold out pretty quickly.

Play just got these back in stock, and this is the best deal around. £449 at Sainsburys.
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#1
I think some of the LG deals posted recently are better value, not voting either way.
#2
i just bought the lg one much better value than this one.
#3
smallclone
I'm still gutted that I missed this when it was at John Lewis and M&S for £299 with a free 5 year warranty just before Christmas.

Russell


I nearly went for that deal myself, but decided 32" was too small and the £400 40" too big - then kicked myself for a couple of weeks before getting the 37" just before the Sony 5 year warranty offer ran out.

In my opinion the 37" panel is really good and reviews rate the 32" and 40" panels better...

The only let downs for me is no divX HD support (I didn't realise there was such a thing until half my .avi's wouldn't play), and you can't even play divx through dlna (just from USB disk).

On a wish list I'd have wanted .mkv support and 4oD support and on my next telly I definitely want support for a keyboard (try using internet features like you tube with the silly on screen keyboard - it's awful). But I would still recommend the EX403s
#4
wombat6025

The only let downs for me is no divX HD support (I didn't realise there was such a thing until half my .avi's wouldn't play), and you can't even play divx through dlna (just from USB disk).


Funny, I am playing them on mine!
Use Serviio, freebie DLNA server
#5
nihcaj
wombat6025

The only let downs for me is no divX HD support (I didn't realise there was such a thing until half my .avi's wouldn't play), and you can't even play divx through dlna (just from USB disk).


Funny, I am playing them on mine!
Use Serviio, freebie DLNA server


I don't think serviio will run on my ReadyNas Duo ;)
#6
nihcaj
wombat6025

The only let downs for me is no divX HD support (I didn't realise there was such a thing until half my .avi's wouldn't play), and you can't even play divx through dlna (just from USB disk).


Funny, I am playing them on mine!
Use Serviio, freebie DLNA server


I've been playing at little with Serviio; have you had any trouble with subtitles? I can't get them to display when trascoding .avi or .mkv.
#7
wombat6025
nihcaj
wombat6025

The only let downs for me is no divX HD support (I didn't realise there was such a thing until half my .avi's wouldn't play), and you can't even play divx through dlna (just from USB disk).


Funny, I am playing them on mine!
Use Serviio, freebie DLNA server


I've been playing at little with Serviio; have you had any trouble with subtitles? I can't get them to display when trascoding .avi or .mkv.


Ah, never tried, doubt I have any files with subtitles to even try it with. Do the support or forum pages not help?

(Version 0.5 is a better version overall, but it is seems "different" with a few of my files, where v0.42 produced better shaped screen filling display with those files!)

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