Sony BRAVIA KDL32P3020 (32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready - Freeview - With at home warranty) was £549.95 now £299.95 instore @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Sony Bravia technology needs little introduction. Essentially, for brightness of image, clarity and colour resolution Bravia TVs are amongst the best in their class.

To see for yourself as to just how good Sony Bravia LCD TVs are, you need look no further than the KDL-32P3020u. This Sony LCD TV comes equipped with everything you could possible ask for in a 32" LCD TV. The high resolution screen is HD Ready and there are twin HDMI sockets to cope with the ever increasing range of High Definition sources out there, including Sony's own Play Station 3. Not that the KDL32P3020u has forgotten about traditional components. The Sony 32" LCD TV also features twin SCART sockets, component and even a PC input. Whatever the source then, the KDL32P3020u ensures you get the most from it.

This 32" Sony LCD also makes an excellent choice for those looking to go digital, or perhaps for those looking for a digital TV for a second room. As you'd expect, the KDL-32P3020u comes complete with a Freeview tuner, Electronic Program Guide and Common Interface slot suitable for subscription channels such as Setanta sports.

What else can this 32" LCD TV with PC input and Freeview offer? Well, it won't be as good as listening through a separate AV system, but the onboard audio is of a better than average specification. BBE ViVA audio processing combines with Virtual Dolby to offer a spacious and enveloping sound from just 2 built-in speakers. Then of course there's the fact that the KDL-32P3020 is a Sony and all that the legendary brand brings with it in terms of quality, style and performance.

For a 32" LCD TV with the Bravia touch, the Sony KDL-32P3020u has all the answers.

FEATURES Print Features
Screen Size Measured diagonally in inches 32"
S-Video Does it have a S-video input socket? - video only signal Yes
Hdmi Does it have an HDMI input? Digital interface that carries both sound and picture 2
Dvi Does it have a DVI input? Digital interface that carries picture only No
Pixel Resolution Pixel resolution - Horizontal x vertical 1366 x 768
Dimensions Dimensions of set excluding any stand, bracket or detachable speakers (W x H x D) in mm 790 x 530 x 119
Contrast Ratio Contrast ratio - from manufacturers information 1800:1
Response Time Time taken for screen to respond in milliseconds. 8
Brightness Brightness of screen (cd/m squared with plasma and LCD, ANSI for projectors) 450
Hd Ready Is it ready to receive High Definition signals? Yes
1080p Full Hd Ready Is it ready to receive 1080p, Full High Definition signals? No
Analogue Tuner Does it receive conventional, analogue TV stations? Yes
Digital Tuner Does it receive Freeview, freesat or freesat HD TV stations? Freeview
Remote Control Is an Infra-red remote control included? Yes
Pc Input Can a computer can be plugged in? Yes
Number Of Scart Sockets Number of Scart sockets 2
Component Is a component input fitted? Highest quality analogue input which can facilitate Progressive Scan where fitted. Yes
Wall Mount Required Type of wall mount required. VESA fittings are usually 100 x 100mm, 200 x 100mm or 200 x 200mm. "Plasma type" is common with the larger LCD TV's and require a sliding bar type fitting. VESA - 200 x 200
200hz/100hz Scanning Does the TV have 200Hz or 100Hz scanning? These reduce flicker and offer a smoother picture. 200Hz is superior to 100Hz technolgy. No

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#2
Been posted before if you look back
[mod]#3
Fanimal
Been posted before if you look back


Yup, I did. That was 3 months ago at a higher price:thumbsup:
#4
The SONY Bravia KDL32V4000 was £299 on boxing day at Richer Sounds and £329 in John Lewis
The KDL32V4000 is a much better set than this one.
Voted cold
[mod]#5
PSmith222
The SONY Bravia KDL32V4000 was £299 on boxing day at Richer Sounds and £329 in John Lewis
The KDL32V4000 is a much better set than this one.
Voted cold


Ace. Know any good deals on time travel?:thumbsup:
#6
andywedge
Ace. Know any good deals on time travel?:thumbsup:


No, but it will be £299 again in another store in a week or so.

You can currently get a KDL32V4000 at Argos for £342.54 and I'd rather pay the extra £42 for the extra quality.
http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&productId=1500250995
[mod]#7
PSmith222
No, but it will be £299 again in another store in a week or so.


This it?
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SONY-KDL32V4000U
What makes it a better TV - not beig funny, I just don't know my TV's that well and you seem to?
#8
andywedge
This it?
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SONY-KDL32V4000U
What makes it a better TV - not beig funny, I just don't know my TV's that well and you seem to?


Yes, that's it.
If you can go somewhere where you can watch them together side by side and you'll see quite a big difference. The SONY-KDL32V4000U has a better bravia engine.

On the specs there is not much difference: http://www.sony.co.uk/comparison/kdl32v4000u/kdl32p3020u
But you would notice a difference if you watched them side by side. Best thing would be to go into a Sony shop where you can see both together.
[mod]#9
PSmith222
Yes, that's it.
If you can go somewhere where you can watch them together side by side and you'll see quite a big difference. The SONY-KDL32V4000U has a better bravia engine.


We fancy a new TV, somewhere between 28" and 32", and I like Sony. But what I know about TV's you can write on the back of a postage stamp.;-)
1 Like #10
There are many sony models that can confuse the hell of of you including the L and P series. Safer bet seems to be the V and W series depending on your budget as they have been recently reviewed. So you know what you are getting. Also V series when on offer is either cheaper or same prices as the other models
1 Like #11
andywedge
We fancy a new TV, somewhere between 28" and 32", and I like Sony. But what I know about TV's you can write on the back of a postage stamp.;-)


If you can get your hands on the 32V4000 for £299 then grab it! It is a very good set for the money and sold out in just over a day with John Lewis when the dropped the price to £299.

The 32P3020 is the previous generation LCD so there are a number of improvement that have been made in all the current generations which include darker blacks, better picture processing the the Bravia Engine and also better motion handling to name some of the changes. The P is also below the V series also. I hope that helps and also hope you find yourself a good set for a great deal. :thumbsup:
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thehitman
If you can get your hands on the 32V4000 for £299 then grab it! It is a very good set for the money and sold out in just over a day with John Lewis when the dropped the price to £299.

The 32P3020 is the previous generation LCD so there are a number of improvement that have been made in all the current generations which include darker blacks, better picture processing the the Bravia Engine and also better motion handling to name some of the changes. The P is also below the V series also. I hope that helps and also hope you find yourself a good set for a great deal. :thumbsup:

also consider the LG 32inch plasma
#13
harrythedog
also consider the LG 32inch plasma


I think the OP is after a Sony and at that screen size I'd go for an LCD over plasma!
#14
thehitman
I think the OP is after a Sony and at that screen size I'd go for an LCD over plasma!


Plasmas overall are better technology, no viewing angles, better blacks and no motion blurring and decent SD. Unlike LCDs...

However voted cold... there is virtually no stock of this television left, and even if there was it is rubbish.
#15
Asda are doing the KDL32V4000U at 350£ and the KDL32P3020 at 477£ however i am postive i just saw the 32V or the 32W for 300£ at my local store except it was a grey one and the V is black so I will check again. I am sure it said it was the 32W but on the web site the 32W is 682.12£ but it was for sure a silver one and priced at 300£
#16
Boxrick
Plasmas overall are better technology, no viewing angles, better blacks and no motion blurring and decent SD. Unlike LCDs...

However voted cold... there is virtually no stock of this television left, and even if there was it is rubbish.


If you bothered to look at the OP's comments, he was after a 28" or 32" TV. For all the advice/opinions you have given, have you suggested what Plasma he could go for at that size?
#17
Aether
Asda are doing the KDL32V4000U at 350£ and the KDL32P3020 at 477£ however i am postive i just saw the 32V or the 32W for 300£ at my local store except it was a grey one and the V is black so I will check again. I am sure it said it was the 32W but on the web site the 32W is 682.12£ but it was for sure a silver one and priced at 300£


I doubt it was the 32W otherwise they'd be snapped up by traders at that kind of price. The colour of the 32W4000 is Midnight Blue. If you could let us know which it was that'd be appreciated. :)

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