Sony BRAVIA KDL-37EX503U 37inch 100Hz LCD £599 instore or £649 online @ AJElectronics - HotUKDeals
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This LCD TV is £599 in store using the Sony Trade-in deal or online with free delivery for £649. The nearest price to this is with Amazon at £676, otherwise most prices are well over the £700 mark.

The blurb as follows:-
Sony BRAVIA KDL-37EX503U (KDL37EX503) 37inch 100Hz Full HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview-HD

Upgrade your television to the Sony KDL-37EX503 today and take advantage it fantastic new features to take your television viewing to the next level. The list of great features on the KDL37EX503 includes a Full HD Panel, 100Hz Motionflow technology, BRAVIA internet Video, 24p True Cinema technology and the new and highly sort after Freeview-HD tuner.

One of the most appealing features of the KDL-37EX503 (KDL37EX503U) is the built in Freeview-HD tuner. Just like the standard Freeview tuner, Freeview-HD is subscription and contract free, and you still receive the same 50 radio and televisions channels. However, the main difference between the two is that the Freeview-HD tuner is capable of receiving the free-to-view high definition stations from the BBC and ITV via your standard aerial connection. In the past high definition programmes have only be available via satellite or fibre-optic cables, now Freeview have been able develop a tuner that can receive high definition singles directly from a standard aerial connection. S
o when you buy the Sony BRAVIA KDL37EX503, firstly check that the Freeview-HD service is available in your area, then plug the LCD television in to your aerial socket, sit back and relax and start enjoying all the benefits of high definition. The full HD panel the KDL37EX503 37inch LCD television is capable of producing a full HD 1080p picture quality, so you get the most out of your Blu-ray films or high definition TV channels.

Another great image improving feature of the Sony BRAVIA KDL-37EX503 is the 100Hz Motionflow technology. The 100Hz Motionflow technology is installed into the Sony BRAVIA KDL-37EX503U to deliver smooth detailed pictures that a superior to standard televisions. The 100Hz Motionflow technology cleans pictures up, virtually eliminating blur and ghosting that sometimes occurs on fast moving sports like football and fast action films.

Specifications:

Picture/Display

* 37 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
* 81 cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
* 16:9 Aspect Ratio
* 1920x1080 pixels
* 1080p resolution
* 1080i resolution
* 720p resolution
* 3d combfilter
* 24P (Frames Per Second) Playback
* Motionflow +100Hz
* Full 1080p HD

Manufacturers Technology Features

* BRAVIA
* Bravia Engine 3
* S-FORCE Front Surround

Convenience

* Digital TV Ready
* Freeview
* Parental Lock/Parental Control
* Teletext
* 1000 Page Teletext Memory
* Sleep Timer
* Clock
* EPG (Guide Plus+)
* DLNA Certified
* Freeview-HD

Sound & Power Output

* Dolby Digital
* Dolby™ Digital Plus
* Bravia Sync

Connections

* 4(2 Side/2 Rear) x HDMI Connections
* 1 x Component Video Connection
* 1 x Composite Video Connection
* 1 x USB 2.0 Connection
* Stereo mini jack
* PC Input
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#1
This seems really expensive for a 37"
i got a 40" KDL-40W5810 for £450 from M&S a few months ago
#2
I think so to, who would spend this much if you could spend less for larger?
#3
seems expensive for a 37inch Sony...
and 40inch EX models were on sale recently at much lesser price
voted cold
#4
goodbee
seems expensive for a 37inch Sony...
and 40inch EX models were on sale recently at much lesser price
voted cold


There are many difference EX models (eg., ex401, ex403, ex501...) . I believe 'EX' simply denotes the Sony 2010 range. Because they are pre-fixed by the letters 'EX' doesnt mean they are all the same! And they're not the same. You can always find an EX model at a lesser price lower down the range. You wont find the higher range models at this price. Oh dear, the ignorance on this forum (again).
#5
The point is that I got a 40" EX403 via Tesco for £500 (after discount code, trade in, clubcard points and quidco). Therefore this price is not actually that good for a 37" 2009 model. Yes this has 100hz however my next door neighbour has the the 2009 (40W) version and you can't tell the difference between pictures.
#6
A13
This seems really expensive for a 37"
i got a 40" KDL-40W5810 for £450 from M&S a few months ago


What do you mean "this seems really expensive". If you are comparing like with like then your critiscism is valid but you really shouldnt be rating price according to screen size. Im a bit surprised by a long term member resorting to such ridiculous comments. There are issues other than screen size to take into account when looking to buy LCD's you know.

So you got a 40W5810 at M&S a few months ago for £450. Why didnt you tell the members of this forum about it ?. You didnt get a 40W5810 at M&S a few months ago for £450 unless it was a one-off (eg Display model, refurbished or a 'Sony Grade A'). You are talking nonsense.
#7
mofokiss
I think so to, who would spend this much if you could spend less for larger?


So your criteria for buying an LCD is 'maximum screen size for minimum price'. I hate to think the junk you have sitting in your house.
#8
farmergiles
The point is that I got a 40" EX403 via Tesco for £500 (after discount code, trade in, clubcard points and quidco). Therefore this price is not actually that good for a 37" 2009 model. Yes this has 100hz however my next door neighbour has the the 2009 (40W) version and you can't tell the difference between pictures.


What are you talking about? The ex503 came on the market in March 2010. And this LCD is a completely different kettle of fish, a massively superior LCD, to the ex403.
#9
Thanks for posting, been looking for a 503, hopefully this will drag down the prices at JL and M&S.
Unfortunately its dearer than the sets in Lidl/Aldi, hence the morons above.
#10
dogswotsits
Thanks for posting, been looking for a 503, hopefully this will drag down the prices at JL and M&S.
Unfortunately its dearer than the sets in Lidl/Aldi, hence the morons above.


Thanks for the support Dogswotsits. I actually got the EX503 from Comet for £699 less £100 Sony trade-in = £599 at the weekend. (I posted the deal here, but the dimwits quickly got to work on it:- http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl-37ex503-100hz-37-lcd-tv-65/717595 ).

Ive been keeping a close eye on the price ( see here: http://www.tvprice.co.uk/sony-kdl37ex503-4685.aspx). It was interesting to watch Amazon tracking the Comet deal. Very briefly on Monday Amazon had the price down to £618, but at about the same time Comet ran out of stock and the Amazon price shot up to £676 !!

Good luck
#11
good deal! shame the about the lack of warranty though
#12
You're obviously an complete noob.
I'm saying that i got a TV with better spec for a lower price - therefore this deal is rubbish.
Err and yes i did get it, brand new, with 5 year warranty from M&S for £450, as did quite a few people on here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-bravia-40-kdl-40w5810-1080p-44/644702
It actually came out to £426.55 as quidco tracked and paid.
#13
gekkoa
farmergiles
The point is that I got a 40" EX403 via Tesco for £500 (after discount code, trade in, clubcard points and quidco). Therefore this price is not actually that good for a 37" 2009 model. Yes this has 100hz however my next door neighbour has the the 2009 (40W) version and you can't tell the difference between pictures.
What are you talking about? The ex503 came on the market in March 2010. And this LCD is a completely different kettle of fish, a massively superior LCD, to the ex403.
When you say massively superior are you referring to the 100hz? If you care to check independant reviewers such as Which? they rate the 403 and 503 as the same. The fact that you need to spend in excess of £100 extra for the 100hz and sometimes have to turn it off due to the picture looking a little 'false' doesn't make it superior to me. Also I believe the 403 was also released in 2010.

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