Sony Bravia KDL32V5500U 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview £369.99 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Great TV - very good price.


* BRAVIA ENGINE 3 for unique HD picture enhancement technology delivering unbeatable image quality
* Dynamic Contrast of 60,000:1 to deliver high levels of detail in darker scenes
* DLNA technology to share your multimedia content with DLNA certified devices in your home network
* USB Media Player allows easy access to photos, music and video through your TV
* AppliCast allows you to view internet information while watching television

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#1
amazing find! have some heat
#2
balls - just bought their 32'' toshiba regaza last night - great find!
#3
Only 50hz is a real pity. However i saw a Technika 32" in Tescos earlier today for around £349 so the Sony is a very good deal. I got the 37" Bravia that was on here a couple of months ago and its awesome :p
#4
Voted cold, can get Sharp 32" backlight LED for extra £10
#5
fong_pham
Voted cold, can get Sharp 32" backlight LED for extra £10


ok - do post and share the deal then ! :thumbsup:
#6
fong_pham
Voted cold, can get Sharp 32" backlight LED for extra £10


Urgh....there is always one.

That is all well and good but this deal is for the Sony TV. This Sony TV is an excellent deal at this price and this is what you should vote hot or cold on.
#7
thanks for the sharp deal but still a great post so will try and get 1 for mum
#8
I know I'll get people's backs up with this comment, but if I were buying a new TV now I'd want Freeview HD built in.

I know you can buy a seperate box, and I know this is a great price, and I know Freeview HD isn't available everywhere, but I feel that 'only' having SD Freeview will soon be the equivalent of not having Freeview built in a couple of years ago.

Just my two cents, though I did just buy the Sammy LE37C650 purely because of built in Freeview
#9
londislagerhound
if I were buying a new TV now I'd want Freeview HD built in.


Eh? The title says "with Freeview"... :thinking:
#10
he means freeview HD as in HIGH DEFINITION!
#11
stepp
he means freeview HD as in HIGH DEFINITION!


Ah, gotcha... my bad! Thanks.
#12
londislagerhound
I know I'll get people's backs up with this comment, but if I were buying a new TV now I'd want Freeview HD built in.

I know you can buy a seperate box, and I know this is a great price, and I know Freeview HD isn't available everywhere, but I feel that 'only' having SD Freeview will soon be the equivalent of not having Freeview built in a couple of years ago.

Just my two cents, though I did just buy the Sammy LE37C650 purely because of built in Freeview


Couldn't agree more, nearly every tv deal atm is with SD freeview, i think they are trying to get rid before they all look outdated.
#14
stepp
he means freeview HD as in HIGH DEFINITION!


*shrug* Its got 4 HDMI ports - in many cases unless you are in an area where Freeview HD has already launched you'll need to wait until analogue switchoff to get it - by which time the decoder boxes will probably have come down a bit :)
#15
how many scarts does this tv have?
#16
any good for gaming?
#17
Misterel
*shrug* Its got 4 HDMI ports - in many cases unless you are in an area where Freeview HD has already launched you'll need to wait until analogue switchoff to get it - by which time the decoder boxes will probably have come down a bit :)


I am ina Freeview HD area, and in two years time the World Cup would have happened 23 months ago.
#18
Bagged one of these last week for £400 with built in freesat for ITV/BBC HD etc.

http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/televisions/lcd-televisions/32-inch-lcd-televisions/kdl32v5810u/product
#19
StevenLeanneBWFC
how many scarts does this tv have?


2 both RGB
#20
Can anyone comment on the comparison between the Regza, Viera and Bravia deals that have just been posted today? Looking to get a new 32"-37" inch and these are well in the price range, but was wondering if anyone had sufficient technical knowledge or experience to compare.
#21
Voted hot here! Great price for what appears to be a great TV. The reviews seem to be excellent.

Ordered and looking forward to delivery on Tuesday.
#22
Crazy Jamie
Can anyone comment on the comparison between the Regza, Viera and Bravia deals that have just been posted today? Looking to get a new 32"-37" inch and these are well in the price range, but was wondering if anyone had sufficient technical knowledge or experience to compare.


I would go for the Panasonic deal, I bought a 42' Panasonic Plasma for the WC 2006 and it is excellent, my mum got a 32' Panasonic LCD a couple of years back and it is also excellent. That said some would prefer the Sony which is also a good deal.

I wouldn't be too concerned about the lack of Freeview HD etc. The picture on these will still be very good, don't get too hung up on the tech stuff........
#23
furber
2 both RGB


Might sound stupid but what does rgb mean?
#24
StevenLeanneBWFC
Might sound stupid but what does rgb mean?


Red Green Blue - the best connection method for analogue (scart output) equipment such as freeview digibox, DVD player / recorder etc. The coloured components of the signal are sent via a dedicated wire to transfer best quality. A nomal 'composite' video connection just mixes it all up and sends it down a signal wire with an earth.

Scart can handle several video formats, all standard definition, having RGB means it can deal with the highest quality that most equipment uses these days.

A VHS video record outputs (usually) in composite video which all scarts can handle.

Of course many digiboxes, DVD players etc now also feature HDMI to offer an alternative and improved output to suitable TV's

Also not to be confused with 'component output' which some equipment, especially HD equipment, may feature and is not compatible with RGB enabled scart.
#25
This 1080p Sony from Comet is only £79 more and you get Freeview HD, Much cheaper than buying a set top box and all the wires and clutter. Why buy old technology? (this offer requires trade in of any old tv)


http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/621811/SONY-KDL32EX403U?cm_sp=FeatureEnd-_-LCD,_Plasma_&_LED_TVs-_-position
#26
I'm just wondering which TV is better the Sony which has been posted or this Panasonic?

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/panasonic-viera-tx-l32s10-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-02575034-pdt.html?srcid=369&xtor=AL-63
#27
dogtanian84
I'm just wondering which TV is better the Sony which has been posted or this Panasonic?

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/panasonic-viera-tx-l32s10-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-02575034-pdt.html?srcid=369&xtor=AL-63


Or this B550 series Samsung for £50 less?

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/527009/SAMSUNG-LE32B554M2WXXU

I'm stuck between these three! Any opinions?
#28
It says 'Newer model' for £15 more. Any difference?
#29
Does this model come with the free Sony 3 year guarantee as I've checked here:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=br_lf_m_1000388363_grlink_2?ie=UTF8&plgroup=2&docId=1000388363

but the model isn't listed :? although it says "From the 28th April to 11th July 2010 Sony are offering a free 3 years guarantee on Sony Bravia TVs 26-inch and over."

And if i'm not wrong this is a 32-inch TV so it should be included?

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