Sony Bravia KDL40HX803 - 40" Full HD 1080, 3D LCD TV with Dynamic Edge LED & Motionflow 200Hz PRO (with 5 Year Guarantee) - £849 Delivered (£649 with trade-in) @ Marks & Spencer - HotUKDeals
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Good old M&S offering another decent deal on a top end TV.

PLEASE NOTE, DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT!!!

Add the FREE TV Disposal Service (T049001) worth £9.50 to your basket to receive your discount. When your new TV is delivered, we will collect your old one for disposal. (All discounts will be shown at checkout).

PLUS 3% CASHBACK SO POTENTIALLY £629.53
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#1
Review here:

Sony TV

* Brand: Sony
* Screen Size: 40 Inch
* Television Type: LCD
* Screen Resolution: 1080p Full HD
* Dimensions: H61.3 x W95.2 x D25cm (with table stand), H58.1 x W95.2 x D7.4cm (without table stand)
* 3D TV: Yes
* Frame Rate: 200Hz (Motionflow)
* Contrast Ration: Mega
* 24p Technology:Yes
* Freeview Tuner: Yes
* Freeview HD Tuner: Yes
* DLNA: Yes
* HDMI Connections: 4
* Scart Connections: 2
# Component Video Connection: 1
# USB Port: 1
# Optical Connection: Yes
# Memory Card Slot: No
# Audio Quality: Dolby® Digital Plus
# Model Name/No: KDL-40HX803
# Guarantee: Free 5 year M&S guarantee
# Speaker Output: 20 watts (10W x 2)

31ms input lag

Edited By: ganticus on Apr 22, 2011 07:55: :)
#2
I can't do my Maths - I make it £629.53
#3
Ahh ex-VAT.

The HDTVtest review is a few months old. Can't the glasses and transmitter be purchased at a lesser cost these days?
#4
It's now showing as £949 prior to discount :(
#5
ChrisX
It's now showing as £949 prior to discount :(


Please read post. The deductions happen at checkout. Don't worry!!!!
#6
One day only special at 849 then 200 discount. It's as OP states. Good deal.
#7
How does this compare to the KDL40NX713U, which can be had for £50 less?
#8
IWannaBeAdored
How does this compare to the KDL40NX713U, which can be had for £50 less?


Just what I was wondering.
#9
I have the 46" version I got it for £999 with transmitter and 2 pairs of glasses in Harvy Norman, dont know if you have them on the mainland. Its a great set and would highly recommend it. Natural colours, good even panel and nice blacks, the 200Hz is a really noticeable improvment for sports. The thing I was most impressed with was SD channels, they are upscaled really well. One negative I do have is the sound, like on most LEDs its very underwhelming, but does the job.
#10
I'm gonna buy.

This has convinced me. £50 more for 200 Hz is really worth it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEOIHrSz_5Q

Quick question about the 5 year guarantee. Is it with M&S or Sony, as independent retailers are with Sony.
#11
The NX is, design wise, a sight to behold, about as sexy as a TV can get. 3D is pointless on a set this size and the external transmitter totally ruins the aesthetics anyway. Additionally the NX is supposed to be the network series, however I've found the media streaming to be next to useless, at least via DLNA. iPlayer etc work ok but switching from watching Sky/BBC HD content to internet streams is about as painful as giving your eye a quick sand down. :D

Sports/Gaming etc are catered for with specific scene modes. I'm sure the 200HZ motionflow on the HX series would be an improvement but I suspect it would be quite subtle and the NX is certainly very capable in the area. The HX is also a good looking TV, though not quite in the same league as the NX. Both sets have superb black levels.
#12
nicks99
The NX is, design wise, a sight to behold, about as sexy as a TV can get. 3D is pointless on a set this size and the external transmitter totally ruins the aesthetics anyway. Additionally the NX is supposed to be the network series, however I've found the media streaming to be next to useless, at least via DLNA. iPlayer etc work ok but switching from watching Sky/BBC HD content to internet streams is about as painful as giving your eye a quick sand down. :D

Sports/Gaming etc are catered for with specific scene modes. I'm sure the 200HZ motionflow on the HX series would be an improvement but I suspect it would be quite subtle and the NX is certainly very capable in the area. The HX is also a good looking TV, though not quite in the same league as the NX. Both sets have superb black levels.


Please explain. Do you mean just in looks?

I'm after a 3d ready TV. So the NX713 is still a better buy than this?
#13
Yes, in terms of looks. Both are premium sets with excellent image quality, and both are 3D ready. I would really think about trying out 3D on a set this size though, personally I think it's wasted on anything below 46".
#14
i may be dumb or not in the know but the trade -in does it apply to ANY tv? As my situation is i have a 40" samsung downstairs but that would be going upstairs to replace a 14" alba so could i just give them the 14" alba for effectively £200 off?
#15
fulkontakt
i may be dumb or not in the know but the trade -in does it apply to ANY tv? As my situation is i have a 40" samsung downstairs but that would be going upstairs to replace a 14" alba so could i just give them the 14" alba for effectively £200 off?

Yup any working TV.
[helper]#16
Expired - After adding tv and dispose service to basket, at checkout reads the following:

Order Summary
Items £958.50
Delivery £0.00
Sony Trade In -£209.50
ORDER TOTAL: £749

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