Sony Bravia KDL22PX300 - 22" LCD TV HD Ready Freeview With Built In PlayStation 2 - £199.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Ideal for the kids room, alright ps2 is a bit old hat but also has wifi internet connection and 4 hdmi slots, and obviously plays dvd's through the ps2.
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#1
Great bit of kit this, if u can find any.
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I bought one and returned it as apparently you can't get all the internet channels, namely iplayer. No multiregion either.

Still great for the price but worth pointing out.
#3
This one was posted before
#4
never heard of one of these, pretty cool. Shame not 1080P, but it is only 22 inch afterall. I can see this would be great in a kids bedroom, as most probably have a wii/ps3/360 but they might not have a ps2, and seeing how cheap ps2/ps1 games are it would be a good idea to get them a bunch of cheap old games instead of forking out £30-£40 on current gen games.
#5
I asked about this in the store.

picture was very good and for Sony 22 inch is a very good price

seems to be the only retailer with them. Not wall mountable as the PS2 box is quite big. Plays DVD well, had a Spiderman film inserted.

Ummed and arghed about it, as Multi Region is what I need and not seen any real reviews.

But with 4HDMIs lot you can use
#6
will add you get a controller, and the remote has a button for the TV and one for PS2
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#8
This has been posted so many times it's not funny!
#9
I got one about a month ago. Large base so cannot be wall mounted. I just made a corner shelf for it. My boy is 8 and loves playing the games on it. They can be cheap to buy, the games. The remote can be a pain to figure out how to play DVD s. But I took out the Richer Sounds warranty for 5 years, £20. Makes the deal worth while.
#10
One popped up on antiques roadshow !
but nobody had a clue what a PS2 was so could not value it !
#11
sir titus
One popped up on antiques roadshow !
but nobody had a clue what a PS2 was so could not value it !


Yet another case where one assumes an individual experience is the universal one - note the part which says the PS2 is still going strong for such an old console:

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-02-03-ps3-sales-do-the-business-for-sony
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I picked up one of these yesterday, the pictures don't do it justice it really does look better in person... from the front at least, but it really is a heavy **** of a tv.

The five year warranty is a cracking addition, the way I see it I now have a PS2 that is guaranteed for five years, and if it breaks as soon as the warranty is up no biggie, hopefully PCSX2 will be nearly flawless by then. Coupled with how fast PC hardware should be (My laptop with an i5 460M in it already runs DQVIII, FFX, Dark Chronicle and Persona 4 at mostly full speed at 1920X1080.)

And even if emultaion on pc isn't quite there yet, hopefully sony will have pulled their finger out and either made the PS4 backwards compatible or released the ps2's backcatalogue on the playstation store for digital download.

The PS2 is not upscaled it shows up as 576i when you switch to it but DVDs look crystal clear (probably helped by the fact that the screen resolution is 720p). You can turn on progressive scan if the game you are playing supports it which means the ps2 is probably hooked to the screen by a component cable and definately not a composite one.

This tv also has a USB port on the side for either a Sony wifi stick (it has to be the sony one I am afraid and they cost around £70 one trick you could do though is buy a cheapo wireless router and set it up as a wireless bridge and connect it via the ethernet cable). The side USB port can also be used for playing videos, music or slideshows. The compatibility for video files seems to be quite good (for a tv anyway.), most avi files do work as do mp4s but they have to have the .MP4 extension it doesn't seem to accept .m4v. It also plays recordings made using playTV but you have to rename the extension to .mpeg.

Also menu navigation is pretty slick there seems to be a half decent processor in there and the XMB as always, is very good. The picture quality is damn good though might need some tweaking to get it just right for you but it definately makes SD content look fine out of the box.

So yeah having owned this telly for 48 hours I am bloody chuffed with it, I haven't tried out the internet side of this TV yet though, but couple this with a PS3 slim (so you can use bravia sync to have the one remote operate everything.) and PS3 media server running on your PC and you will have a pretty damn amazing bedroom entertainment solution.

Edited By: wastedcolumbo on Feb 08, 2011 23:31: added a short review.
#13
schnide
sir titus
One popped up on antiques roadshow !
but nobody had a clue what a PS2 was so could not value it !


Yet another case where one assumes an individual experience is the universal one - note the part which says the PS2 is still going strong for such an old console:

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-02-03-ps3-sales-do-the-business-for-sony


Yes but they were all in the bargin bin at the pound shop.
1 Like #14
I love how they integrated a PS2... then stylised it as a TV sat on a PS2!!
#15
Been wondering why Sony havent done this before. The ps2 is still a fantastic bit of kit that no other company can match. Just a little updating on the ps2 would make this the best bedroom tv on the market. Get rid of that usb 1.1 and add bluetooth.
#16
i saw it in richer sounds, looked like a normal tv sitting on a block of concrete.
#17
I've had one of these since mid-december, couldn't recommend it more. You won't find better for anywhere near the price. 4 HDMI ports is just as good a feature as an inbuilt PS2!
#18
but its not built in. Its built on. I can stick a 22" monitor on top of a PS3 & mould it in but it wont make it built in.
#19
With playstation 4 round the corner. They might do the same witht the PS3
#20
If the old memory card trick works on this it's a brilliant buy. Anyone know?!?
#21
Granted you'll probably have to doctor the card on a real ps2 1st!
#22
Granted you'll probably have to doctor the card on a real ps2 1st!
#23
Sorry. Using ipod.

Grateful if mods could clean up after me!
#24
ThunderBolt
Sorry. Using ipod.

Grateful if mods could clean up after me!


You can delete your own posts.
#25
They won't do the same with a PS3
It would take another 8 - 10 years for that
#26
Simate. Not on an iplop you can't. I'll do it later. Cheers.
#27
thabiz
never heard of one of these, pretty cool. Shame not 1080P, but it is only 22 inch afterall. I can see this would be great in a kids bedroom, as most probably have a wii/ps3/360 but they might not have a ps2, and seeing how cheap ps2/ps1 games are it would be a good idea to get them a bunch of cheap old games instead of forking out £30-£40 on current gen games.

I was in CEX the other week and noticed the amount of PS2 games in there, loads for about 75p each!!
Not for me but great if you like this.
Always puzzled me when people would say the newer PS3's were not backwardly compatible, just can't imagine wanting to play an old PS2 game on my PS3.

Perhaps better than this deal would be get a 22" tv from Tesco for £100ish and then buy an xbox 360 which you can get the 4gb version for around £100.
#28
Jimmyboy
thabiz
never heard of one of these, pretty cool. Shame not 1080P, but it is only 22 inch afterall. I can see this would be great in a kids bedroom, as most probably have a wii/ps3/360 but they might not have a ps2, and seeing how cheap ps2/ps1 games are it would be a good idea to get them a bunch of cheap old games instead of forking out £30-£40 on current gen games.

I was in CEX the other week and noticed the amount of PS2 games in there, loads for about 75p each!!
Not for me but great if you like this.
Always puzzled me when people would say the newer PS3's were not backwardly compatible, just can't imagine wanting to play an old PS2 game on my PS3.

Perhaps better than this deal would be get a 22" tv from Tesco for £100ish and then buy an xbox 360 which you can get the 4gb version for around £100.


The PS2 has arguably the finest (THE finest in my opinion) catalogue of games in the history of console gaming. If you are a fan of FPS games by all means get the 360+TV combo, if you like any other genre of game you will almost certainly be better served getting a ps2 (especially for JRPGs current generation cannot come close.)




Edited By: wastedcolumbo on Feb 10, 2011 14:56: clarification
#29
i bought one of these for kids xmas when it was posted last year, and am very happy with i was slightly let down that the bbciplayer function doesnt work but with the 4 hdmi ports its not hard to get round that, and i have been taken aback by how the kids aged 10 and 12 have taken to the ps2 they love it, it was well in to the new year when they asked for the 360 connecting , voted hot for the benefit of anyone that missed it last time or the time before or the time before................
#30
Got one of these at the time of the post. Great bedroom TV. Connected to the Sony Internet by using homeplugs rather than shelling out for the Sony Dongle which incidentally is cheapest at Richer Sounds. Will def shop there again.....great Customer Service....even paid my parking! Can't fault!

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