Sony Bravia KDL32EX301U 32-Inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview @ 279.99 Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Sony Bravia KDL32EX301U 32-Inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview @ 279.99 Amazon

£279.99 @ Amazon
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 HDMI™ – 4 inputs Light …
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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
HDMI™ – 4 inputs
Light Sensor – automatically adjust screen brightness to suit ambient light levels in the room
BRAVIA Sync – control your entire home entertainment system with a universal remote control


High Definition, wherever you want it
Enjoy your favourite TV shows in amazing quality High Definition pictures. Connect to a world of home entertainment with a stylish compact design to suit any space. Where will you put your EX301?

Give a kitchen or bedroom a great view
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.

Get the perfect picture and save energy
The Light Sensor on this model automatically reacts to the brightness of the room you’re in, making sure you always get the best picture. It also saves energy – and saves you money too. It’s true, good things do come in small sizes.

Play, listen, do more
Use the USB and HDMI® connections on this model and connect to your own world of entertainment using USB playback. View photos, listen to your favourite music, play HD movies or games. Don’t just watch: do more with your TV.

Connect
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 PLAYSTATION®3

BRAVIA Sync
Control your entire home entertainment system with a universal remote control option which lets you play or adjust settings on compatible devices at the touch of a button

24p True Cinema™
Reproduce the authentic cinematic experience and enjoy movies exactly as the director intended in 24 frames per second. Choose from two different cinema modes to reproduce an authentic movie experience at home with unique film-like textures and adjusted colour and brightness settings

Scene Select
With one-touch of the remote control you can easily enjoy the best atmospheric, dynamic and realistic picture and sound settings to suit whatever you're watching
Box Contains
Sony Television
Instructions
Warranty card
Remote
Table top stand
AC power cord
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#1
Good price. At least 300 everywhere else
#2
the 32ex401 for £299 was a better model for £20 more.
#3
isnt it this price at Sainsburys?
#5
Isn't this over priced as the ex403 is or was 299
#6
isn't there a diffeence between hd and hd ready?
#7
Yeh the ex403 is still available for 299 at few places including best buy, that's a much much better tv for only £20 more
#8
Yeh hd ready is 720p and full hd is 1080p
#9
Your all wrong.. The ex503 was 300 from very.co.uk 8% back totaling just around 275 in total
#10
Also...this is the BRAVIA 2. EX400 series has BRAVIA 3 Engine.
banned#11
#12
Even though this is currently the cheapest for this model it's over-priced given it's not Full HD and has no freeview/freesat HD.

Edited By: wombat6025 on Jan 07, 2011 04:18
#13
tdk2bu
Isn't this over priced as the ex403 is or was 299

yeh the 403 was

£290ish with quidco from M&S or £270ish with sainsburys before xmas with vat back



Edited By: royals on Jan 07, 2011 07:21
1 Like #14
zackarious
Your all wrong.. The ex503 was 300 from very.co.uk 8% back totaling just around 275 in total

when? i doubt it as thats the latest model.....could be a deliberate misprice by very again

Edited By: royals on Jan 07, 2011 07:19
#15

bet its always been oos, anyone got it at this price? bet not

Edited By: royals on Jan 07, 2011 07:22
1 Like #16
zackarious
Your all wrong.. The ex503 was 300 from very.co.uk 8% back totaling just around 275 in total

lol really?

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000112797/sony-kdl-32ex403u-32-lcd-full-hd-1080p-tv.aspx
1 Like #17
zackarious
Your all wrong.. The ex503 was 300 from very.co.uk 8% back totaling just around 275 in total

proof? link?
#18
The one we got this week from Very/Woolworths was the nx not the ex503.

£299 less 10% for opening an account (then pay in full) and 8% Quidco.
#19
Bought after christmas for £399(from JL with 5 yr warranty) - Sony Bravia KDL40EX403U 40-inch LCD Internet TV (also available in 32 inch version £299). Builtin freeview is excellent, have HD channels working on normal coaxial cable traditional antenna, internet TV works wonderfully, picture quality is EXCELLENT, sound not so great if you are 'bass and boom' fan but for normal viewing no problems. With amplifier/bluray player/speakers will complete the system. Its available with 5 year warranty from Sony and many offers all over the place, had many informative posts here for this Bravia range of TVs, so please have a quick look before buying..


Edited By: emmkay on Jan 07, 2011 09:58
#20
royals
Reser
One of them was -http://www.woolworths.co.uk/sony-32in-freeview-hd-lcd-tv-kdl32nx503/771447971.prd?&aff=buyat&affsrc=deeplink&cm_mmc=buyat-_-na-_-standard-_-home" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.woolworths.co.uk/sony-32in-freeview-hd-lcd-tv-kdl32nx503/771447971.prd?&aff=buyat&affsrc=deeplink&cm_mmc=buyat-_-na-_-standard-_-homeOut of stock now though.
bet its always been oos, anyone got it at this price? bet not

Yeh i got it for this price with quidco works out £250 great set with freeview HD
#21
Definitely better going for the 32ex403 at 299 from John Lewis. The internet TV feature is fantastic, and it's full HD instead of HD ready. For £20 difference, you would be an absolute mug to buy this one.
#22
so which is the best tv to buy that you have all stated i have 270 to spend but may save
#23
Can somebody put a link up for the John Lewis one please as the only one I can see is £399

Thank you
#24
mmillmor
Definitely better going for the 32ex403 at 299 from John Lewis. The internet TV feature is fantastic, and it's full HD instead of HD ready. For £20 difference, you would be an absolute mug to buy this one.


tonythepostie
Can somebody put a link up for the John Lewis one please as the only one I can see is £399

Thank you


It's not on offer any more so a pointless comparison. Get if from Best Buy if you can.
1 Like #26
mmillmor
Definitely better going for the 32ex403 at 299 from John Lewis. The internet TV feature is fantastic, and it's full HD instead of HD ready. For £20 difference, you would be an absolute mug to buy this one.

Agree you'd have to be pretty foolish to buy this TV when considering all the recent offers, this is not HD, no Internet, No Freeview HD, the list goes on
#27
tdk2bu
mmillmor
Definitely better going for the 32ex403 at 299 from John Lewis. The internet TV feature is fantastic, and it's full HD instead of HD ready. For £20 difference, you would be an absolute mug to buy this one.


Agree you'd have to be pretty foolish to buy this TV when considering all the recent offers, this is not HD, no Internet, No Freeview HD, the list goes on


Exactly - although I didn't realize the John Lewis price had gone back up, so thanks for posting those other links.

Martin
#28
The Richer Sounds one seems a tempted. Just out of interest, if you mount these on the wall, what's it like accessing ports on the back? Always perplexed me has that. Heheh!

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