Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback £179.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback £179.99 @ Amazon

£179.99 @ Amazon
Product detials are in the title. This seems to be a very good price for this HD TV. Camelcamelcamel shows this is the lowest and it is £259.99 at Curry's and £269 at Tesco Direct. There is also … Read More
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Product detials are in the title. This seems to be a very good price for this HD TV. Camelcamelcamel shows this is the lowest and it is £259.99 at Curry's and £269 at Tesco Direct.

There is also an additional offer of either £30 or £100 off (depending on model) if you buy a Sony sound bar at the same time, but not sure if that is a good deal or not, mentioning it in case it is useful.
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2 Likes #1
Its a good price for a Sony but im suprised with it being a newish TV its only 720p. Theres me thinking 720p was given up on years back lol, must be a cost cutting thing.
2 Likes #2
This TV is not full HD or 4K, something to be aware of.
#3
Great price
#4
No HD tuner in it

Cold

Edited By: cullies on Sep 17, 2016 11:30
1 Like #5
cullies
No HD tuner in it
Cold
It does have an HD tuner... the panel is simply only 720p.
#6
For an HD Ready, non-smart 32 inch TV, even from a top brand, in the region of £200 seems about right. The pre-discount price just seems more than a little steep.
1 Like #7
LOUGHBORO GUY
Great price
I think so
1 Like #8
For a decent brand this is pretty good, at 32" I doubt the average user would notice it wasn't Full HD. I'd rather have a decent 32" at this resolution than a cheapo Full HD or 4K that might actually give worse results.

Edited By: spannerzone on Sep 17, 2016 13:31
#9
OP .. as per your Description "Product detials are in the title. This seems to be a very good price for this HD TV", but your Title says "HD Ready TV"?.

I'm assuming as per some of the above comments, there's a bit of mixed clarity for some in knowing either way (as you've stated both ... )

Sweet Deal though. :-)
#10
amour3k
OP .. as per your Description "Product detials are in the title. This seems to be a very good price for this HD TV", but your Title says "HD Ready TV"?.
I'm assuming as per some of the above comments, there's a bit of mixed clarity for some in knowing either way (as you've stated both ... )
Sweet Deal though. :-)

HD Ready is still HD. The higher resolution alternatives under the "HD" banner are Full HD (1080p) and Ultra HD (4K).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/720p
#11
Good price for a proper brand HD Ready TV.

The no name supermarket alternatives would probably be about £129 ish
#12
LOUGHBORO GUY
Great price


If I brand all my old rubbish as Sony, will you buy it as well?
2 Likes #13
Gollywood
Good price for a proper brand HD Ready TV.

The no name supermarket alternatives would probably be about £129 ish


No one in proper mind should buy 720p TV. £180 down the drain for something made 10 years ago. This is 2016 not 2006.
#14
32 inch at 720p is absolutely fine. Standard definition looks nice aswell.
2 Likes #15
sam_of_london
Gollywood
Good price for a proper brand HD Ready TV.
The no name supermarket alternatives would probably be about £129 ish
No one in proper mind should buy 720p TV. £180 down the drain for something made 10 years ago. This is 2016 not 2006.

Nonsense.
#16
Whilst it's only 720p, you'd be hard pressed to notice the difference vs 1080p IF you sit further than 6ft away from this TV, which it would be for me.
My son just broke our lovely 1080p Bravia, so I'm considering this instead of the £250 insurance excess.
#17
Viewing distance is crucial with all tellys. As a previous poster said, <6ft for a 32". If you dont notice any difference between SD & HD (720/1080) you are sitting too far away. Or your screen is just too wee.There was a comparison slider - screen size v viewing distance on the Sony website. Assume others too, worth checking.
#18
J0E90
Whilst it's only 720p, you'd be hard pressed to notice the difference vs 1080p IF you sit further than 6ft away from this TV, which it would be for me.
My son just broke our lovely 1080p Bravia, so I'm considering this instead of the £250 insurance excess.


You can buy 1080p for same price and 4k for little more. I had a LG 720p Lcd 32 inch 10 yrs ago which I gave away when I got my 1080p and now gave away my 1080p for free when I got my 4k. If you look on ebay, you can get same tv in near new condition for 10-20 pounds cash on collection or even free .
1 Like #19
2006 we meet again
#20
Dizzlepro
2006 we meet again


Really people voting this TV hot live in 2006 not 2016. Soon 2017 is coming.
3 Likes #21
People wanting, expecting and/or paying for 4k or full HD on a 'just' a 32" screen and REALLY noticing the difference is like driving round the M25 on a late Friday afternoon in a Kia Picanto 1.0 and expecting to get there any quicker than driving a Ferrari 458 (no other diverse car brands were harmed in the making of this comment) :-)
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