Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX403 32" 1080p Internet TV with Freeview HD £299.95 @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX403 1080p Internet TV with Freeview HD only £299.95 at Richer Sounds

Great price and please note this price doesn't start till boxing day at 10am. Just had the email from Richer Sounds.
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#2
Hot!
#3
£289.95 with £10 voucher for joining free as a VIP customer, hot!
#4
Whats Internet TV mean? What can I do with that, please?

Thanks x
#5
You can connect Tv to your wireless router and watch TV via internet somethin like tvcatchup.com
#6
very hot deal great tv
#7
Mrs.Z
Whats Internet TV mean? What can I do with that, please?Thanks x

i dont think internet tv has full capability yet. any confirmation that a this can used to browse the web like a pc? can we hook up a blurtooth keybord with it?
#8
kypok
You can connect Tv to your wireless router and watch TV via internet somethin like tvcatchup.com

No way is this correct?
#9
Quite correct. Also DLNA certified so you can stream from various device or a NAS

See here

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/t32-ex-series/kdl-32ex403#pageType=Overview

Mrs.Z
kypok
You can connect Tv to your wireless router and watch TV via internet somethin like tvcatchup.com

No way is this correct?
#10
some internet tv's dont offer full browsing capabilities ala pc but have 'apps' and icons through which one can go on certain sites such as youtube etc.
#11
Don't forget the wireless dongle doesnt come with the TV, this costs around £60 seperately or you can attempt a wireless bridge for around £20

Other alternative is to run wires from your router to tv.
#12
Apparently you need to buy a dongle to get connected to the internet - would this be one of those USB wireless dongles?

Sorry to keep asking but we need a new TV for our bedroom and am seriously considering this :)
#13
EN1GMA
some internet tv's dont offer full browsing capabilities ala pc but have 'apps' and icons through which one can go on certain sites such as youtube etc.

Thats what it looks like this is :)
#14
V6ALFISTI
Don't forget the wireless dongle doesnt come with the TV, this costs around £60 seperately or you can attempt a wireless bridge for around £20

Other alternative is to run wires from your router to tv.

What kind of dongle is it please? Can you show me an example?
#15
Apparently you need to buy a dongle to get connected to the internet - would this be one of those USB wireless dongles?

Sorry to keep asking but we need a new TV for our bedroom and am seriously considering this

You only need the dongle to connect wirelessly. There's an ethernet socket on the TV if you can go with a wired connection. Our router is right next to the TV anyway, so it's not a problem!
#16
sput2001
Apparently you need to buy a dongle to get connected to the internet - would this be one of those USB wireless dongles?

Sorry to keep asking but we need a new TV for our bedroom and am seriously considering this

Unfortunately not the same for us - would like this TV in our bedroom and our router is downstairs on the opposite side of the house

You only need the dongle to connect wirelessly. There's an ethernet socket on the TV if you can go with a wired connection. Our router is right next to the TV anyway, so it's not a problem!
#17
Doesn't look like it allows full browsing - just selected sites
#18
Mrs.Z
V6ALFISTI
Don't forget the wireless dongle doesnt come with the TV, this costs around £60 seperately or you can attempt a wireless bridge for around £20

Other alternative is to run wires from your router to tv.

What kind of dongle is it please? Can you show me an example?


It is this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0036XX4G0/ref=asc_df_B0036XX4G01586184

You cannot use a different dongle in the TV, as the TV only has drivers for their own model installed.

You can run a seperate wireless router near the TV and then a cable from there to the TV, should cost you less.
#19
V6ALFISTI
Mrs.Z
V6ALFISTI
Don't forget the wireless dongle doesnt come with the TV, this costs around £60 seperately or you can attempt a wireless bridge for around £20

Other alternative is to run wires from your router to tv.

What kind of dongle is it please? Can you show me an example?


It is this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0036XX4G0/ref=asc_df_B0036XX4G01586184

You cannot use a different dongle in the TV, as the TV only has drivers for their own model installed.

You can run a seperate wireless router near the TV and then a cable from there to the TV, should cost you less.

Wow, what a con!!!
#20
jrussd
£289.95 with £10 voucher for joining free as a VIP customer, hot!

How can you join this VIP thing mate?? Through richer sounds website??
#21
Just got one for £289.95 with the voucher. Glad i didn't go with VAT back deal. Hot !!!
#22
Just got one for £299.95 after queueing in the cold for over an hour! They didn't accept the £10 voucher as they pointed out it said no valid in conjunction with any other offer/promotion :(

But they did print out and stamp the form for a free 5 year warranty :)
(http://www.hiwayhifi.com/site/info/Sony-5yearwarranty-09.pdf)
#23
erol888
Just got one for £299.95 after queueing in the cold for over an hour! They didn't accept the £10 voucher as they pointed out it said no valid in conjunction with any other offer/promotion :(But they did print out and stamp the form for a free 5 year warranty :)(http://www.hiwayhifi.com/site/info/Sony-5yearwarranty-09.pdf)


will this warranty be valid as all the tvs it refers to are ending model U???? going to set up new post on this warranty as loads missing out

Edited By: foxyuk on Dec 26, 2010 13:34: error
#24
foxyuk
erol888
Just got one for £299.95 after queueing in the cold for over an hour! They didn't accept the £10 voucher as they pointed out it said no valid in conjunction with any other offer/promotion :(But they did print out and stamp the form for a free 5 year warranty :)(http://www.hiwayhifi.com/site/info/Sony-5yearwarranty-09.pdf)



doubt the warranty will be applied as the warranty applies to all the bravia models ending in U.... THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM YOURS AND THE 401 ALSO


It isn't actually, the "U" simply denotes it's a British version of that model, ie with a 3 pin plug. And yes, the ones sold at richer sound are (it even says so on the box), so please next time if you're unsure of what you're saying find some facts before throwing other people reading this off. Also you appear to hit the caps key, LOUD NOISES.
#25
erol888
foxyuk
erol888
Just got one for £299.95 after queueing in the cold for over an hour! They didn't accept the £10 voucher as they pointed out it said no valid in conjunction with any other offer/promotion :(But they did print out and stamp the form for a free 5 year warranty :)(http://www.hiwayhifi.com/site/info/Sony-5yearwarranty-09.pdf)
doubt the warranty will be applied as the warranty applies to all the bravia models ending in U.... THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM YOURS AND THE 401 ALSO
It isn't actually, the "U" simply denotes it's a British version of that model, ie with a 3 pin plug. And yes, the ones sold at richer sound are (it even says so on the box), so please next time if you're unsure of what you're saying find some facts before throwing other people reading this off. Also you appear to hit the caps key, LOUD NOISES.

needs a thread of its own....... this i have done soz for capitals.... i assumed the u represented usb stick model
#26
Bought this TV today Richer Sounds was packed with a queue out the door.

Been playing with it all day got the HDMI hooked up to my PC too, great TV very fast with no delay on the remote.
#27
Just quoted this deal at Best Buy (in store) and got it for £230 as they price match plus give 10% discount on the quoted price.

happy days - thanks so much :-)
#28
anyone got a picture of the remote
#29
polak - Dec 26, 2010 19:57
Just quoted this deal at Best Buy (in store) and got it for £230 as they price match plus give 10% discount on the quoted price.

happy days - thanks so much :-)

your sums don't quite add up kid !
#30
Price seems to be £299 at a few places now:

Amazon and Comet
#31
whatyadoinsucka
anyone got a picture of the remote


http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/Review%20images/What%20Video/WHV%20358/WHV358.sonyfreehd.remote-420-90.jpg

Its not the best i've seen, however for a plastic remote its got a nice modern design, with a sliding back for the batteries and a power off button on the rear end of the remote aswell as the front. (Im guessing this saves you from trying to find the power button in a dark room) So its well thought out.

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