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Sony Bravia KDL32WD603 32 inch HD Ready Smart TV at Amazon for £207.00

£207.00 @ Amazon
Sony Bravia KDL32WD603 32 inch HD Ready Smart TV (Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback) [Energy Class A] Selling for £279 everywhere else! X-Reality PRO - Improve Everything You Watch. X-Reality P…
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Sony Bravia KDL32WD603 32 inch HD Ready Smart TV (Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback) [Energy Class A]

Selling for £279 everywhere else!

X-Reality PRO - Improve Everything You Watch. X-Reality PRO creates stunning picture quality and better clarity with everything you watch
SMART TV - More Than Just TV. Watch your favourite YouTube clips and enjoy apps on the big screen
Seamless Design - Slim And Streamlined, Slim body with a hairline finish stand - adding style to any living space.
HDD Record - Record Your Favourite TV Shows Programme your TV to record your favourite show, with the simple connection of a USB hard drive.
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#1
only 720p so not full HD LoL Cold.
#2
where are you going to get a full hd sony tv brand new for £207?
#4
winter_zombie
only 720p so not full HD LoL Cold.

best 32" rated TV for price and value.(check reviews) you can not tell the difference between 1080 or 720 on that size. we have bought loads of Sony TV's over 20 years and I have 2 4k, plus full HD 42" and on this set more than happy with the picture quality.
#5
manjbains
winter_zombie
only 720p so not full HD LoL Cold.
best 32" rated TV for price and value.(check reviews) you can not tell the difference between 1080 or 720 on that size. we have bought loads of Sony TV's over 20 years and I have 2 4k, plus full HD 42" and on this set more than happy with the picture quality.


are you the amazon seller ?? your trying very hard to push this ! its not full had and in 2016 almost 2017 we all want and expect full hd on all our screens. even at this price. this is why its going cold. its not full hd !
#6
winter_zombie
manjbains
winter_zombie
only 720p so not full HD LoL Cold.
best 32" rated TV for price and value.(check reviews) you can not tell the difference between 1080 or 720 on that size. we have bought loads of Sony TV's over 20 years and I have 2 4k, plus full HD 42" and on this set more than happy with the picture quality.
are you the amazon seller ?? your trying very hard to push this ! its not full had and in 2016 almost 2017 we all want and expect full hd on all our screens. even at this price. this is why its going cold. its not full hd !
I don't sell for anyone. It's cold on here as people don't know the quality of the TV as the reviews say. Everyone is happy buying crappy cheap brands with are full HD models for a lower price!
#7
Are lower end Sony Tv's made by Sony as they were re-badging not so long ago.
#8
quakerphil
Are lower end Sony Tv's made by Sony as they were re-badging not so long ago.
No idea where you heard that from mate.
Sony TV's are Sony
#9
manjbains
quakerphil
Are lower end Sony Tv's made by Sony as they were re-badging not so long ago.
No idea where you heard that from mate.
Sony TV's are Sony
I know Panasonic use Vestel on lower end, rumours on Sony must be untrue.
#10
1080p unnecessary for 32 inch TV. 720p is perfectly adequate.
1 Like #11
I think he may be referring to the fact that Sonys TV division branched off a separate subsidiary a while back. A lot of Sony panels are manufactured by JDI but not all are so there is a difference in quality. Plus after significant backlight bleed on my Sony 4K screen and being told that it's supposed to be like that from Sony customer service, will look at another brand for my next TV
#12
#13
saw this in my Amazon email. was tempted but having read the user reviews and the review links by OP which highlight the downsides. think better off with spending 300 quid and get far more TV for the money.
#14
Price up to £273 now
#15
manjbains
winter_zombie
only 720p so not full HD LoL Cold.
best 32" rated TV for price and value.(check reviews) you can not tell the difference between 1080 or 720 on that size. we have bought loads of Sony TV's over 20 years and I have 2 4k, plus full HD 42" and on this set more than happy with the picture quality.

Sorry but I have to correct you there. There is a huge difference between a 720p display vs a 1080p display, mainly of course in the sharpness of images and mostly noticeable with text, as text is usually very high contrast so you notice the blurry edges more.

A lot of guys on hukd or people in general for a matter of fact complain about how most laptop screens today still have 720p displays, meanwhile budget smartphone's now contain 720p displays or higher. Laptops should start having 1080p displays by default now, the argument for it is that they just look sharper and more detailed then their 720p counterparts. Most of the time when we're talking about laptop displays, were talking about 14-17", even smaller then the 32" display you say that apparently aren't improved by higher resolution panels. I do understand you can argue that you sit closer to a laptop screen and there for you do notice the resolution as maybe the effective size of a laptop screen is larger then a 32" screen when you sat 6 foot away from it.

I do however know there is a clear different between 720p and 1080p as I have a cheap 1080p 24" Bush TV and find that it is easily superior in sharpness and obtains greater detail then my 720p 32" Polaroid when watching content in 1080p or greater.

I find it funny how manufactures are ramming 4K down are throats (You can even get smartphones with 4K screens now) and yet still, manufactures market to us that there is little noticeable difference between 720p displays vs 1080p in smaller screen sizes. I've noticed this piece of advice when in Currys. I was actually talking to a Sony sales man which he gave me the same advice: "On a 32 inch panel, that is little to no different in quality between 720p vs 1080p displays, only price." and he "Proved" it to me by showing me a program in non-HD (480p) program on a 720p Sony panel vs a (slightly cheaper) 1080p Samsung panel. He was like, "See, see! no difference!": just as there should be. There would be little difference between 720p vs 1080p if the content you were watching was less then 1080p. What you should know is very little content is distributed in less then 1080p these days(apart from some HD channels on air)

People can make all types of excuses like, "Oh, 1080p content on a 720p display looks terrible due to interpolation of the pixels, 720p content on a 720p display looks just as good as a 1080p display." IMO you wouldn't argue 128Kbps MP3 is as detailed as 320Kbps Mp3, or that 320Kbps was as detailed as ~2000Kbps HD flac. Why would you argue that 720p is as detailed as 1080p?

I was going to buy the 40" Full HD Bravia for my room. It was alittle bigger then I wanted and a little too expensive. After reading about back lighting issues, dead pixels and problems when powering on these TV's I've settled on getting a Samsung TV that is the correct price and size with Full HD, which is said to look great and be of high quality with very little faults.

BTW, I wouldn't pay too much attention to Which? Reviews. I've bought several "5 star" products they reviewed and thought of them as lousy compared to some 3 star products they reviewed, of which I think are pretty good and am more happy with them, my dad also has had this experince. The point I'm trying to make is that we all want something different from the products we buy and consider quality in different ways. Knowing now that What? is not the be all and end of a consumer opinion I can now buy 3 star products that I know I will like over 5 star products that I know from the get go that I won't enjoy. What? is really handy for finding out about the little quirks of a device though and is handy when you know how to use it. Not say that you do or don't know how to use it, just writing this as I know people DO follow Which? reviews religiously, just like I used to do. I would have ended up buying this TV when I think the Samsung one which I have ordered is slightly better.




Edited By: naf456 on Oct 21, 2016 14:05: Correcting spelling mistakes and gramatic errors.
#16
it's £199 at pcworld

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