Sony KDL-32S5500 32" Freeview LCD TV - £349.99 @ John Lewis + 5 years warranty ! - HotUKDeals
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In store price only, Bristol Cribbs Causway, is £349 as they are pricing matching the Sony Centre also at Cribbs Causeway. With John Lewis you get a 5 year warranty, as do Sony Centre (currently). This is a low end Sony model, not true 1080p but it is a good set if nether the less. See reviews etc on avforums for picture quality compared to say Samsung LE32B450 for £299. The price, I think is good, compare below with other retailers. Remember your voting on the price of this set as a deal compared to the below, not some random other brand / smaller tv ! ;-)

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£369 on Amazon with 3 year warranty
£429 on John Lewis website with 5 year warranty
£429 Argos, Comet, Tesco with 3 year warranty
£499 M&S online with 5 year warranty

I expect this is just for the run into Christmas....Almost forgot they were doing some deal on a 37" as well but I didn't notice the price or model sorry.
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#1
Sony..,hot hot hot:thumbsup:
#2
Scorchio! Sony LCDs are the biz.
#3
Price & retailers name in the title pls... :)
#4
Got this from JL Bristol for £299 pricematch with Richersounds and then £50 off sony cashback scheme.:thumbsup:
#5
It's NOT 1080p ... it's 720p/1080i :whistling:

"Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1366 x 768p "
#6
Which is better in your opinion....listed item or SAMSUNG LE32B450

Thanks for any response.
#7
The Sony. I got feedback from avforums and that was the over whelming view hence I got the Sony.
#8
Paws_Pup
Which is better in your opinion....listed item or SAMSUNG LE32B450

Thanks for any response.


Sony all the way - I have the 32" S series and a 40" W series :thumbsup:
#9
sys110673
Got this from JL Bristol for £299 pricematch with Richersounds and then £50 off sony cashback scheme.:thumbsup:

What is the Sony cashback scheme?
#10
toonarmani
It's NOT 1080p ... it's 720p/1080i :whistling:

"Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1366 x 768p "


At 32 inches though the difference between 1080p and 720p isn't going to be noticeable.
#11
Wardy7
What is the Sony cashback scheme?


I recall that it was a "trade-in" your old working/ not working set of any make/condition. It was a few weeks ago or more.
#12
tomba
I recall that it was a "trade-in" your old working/ not working set of any make/condition. It was a few weeks ago or more.

Yeh, haed a look and figured it was that. Bought this the other day, unfortinately Trafford Center had all sold out of them so had to go to Warrington. Took them an old TV that wasn't working and covered in mud that was in someones garden, worth it for £50 off :)
#13
I know this is a bit pedantic but the expression is 'nevertheless'. Also, if you want washed out colours then get the Sony LCD. However, I'd definitely recommend going for a Panasonic plasma - I had always bought them until I saw a review here that said Sony LCDs were much better (by a Sony employee maybe?). It is to my everlasting regret that I bought a 'top of the range' Sony LCD and I suffered it for 2 weeks before giving it to my daughter for her bedroom and reinstated a Panny. I have to say that the Sony still looks great (until you turn it on) and my wife and daughter seem to like it but I thought that the picture was (and still is) very poor. I have to say that I'm talking about a 40 inch Sony LCD / 42 inch Panasonic plasma so maybe things are different for smaller screens, but I doubt it.
#14
toonarmani
It's NOT 1080p ... it's 720p/1080i :whistling:

"Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1366 x 768p "


:roll:

tcm216
I know this is a bit pedantic but the expression is 'nevertheless'. Also, if you want washed out colours then get the Sony LCD. However, I'd definitely recommend going for a Panasonic plasma - I had always bought them until I saw a review here that said Sony LCDs were much better (by a Sony employee maybe?). It is to my everlasting regret that I bought a 'top of the range' Sony LCD and I suffered it for 2 weeks before giving it to my daughter for her bedroom and reinstated a Panny. I have to say that the Sony still looks great (until you turn it on) and my wife and daughter seem to like it but I thought that the picture was (and still is) very poor. I have to say that I'm talking about a 40 inch Sony LCD / 42 inch Panasonic plasma so maybe things are different for smaller screens, but I doubt it.


LCDs have come on a great deal over the last year or so but stil cannot touch the naturalness of a pioneer or panasonic plasma. I would look no further than the G10 panny range if I was in the market for a new tv this year.
#15
I bought this T.V for around the same price using a discount voucher at Play.com about 3 weeks ago. Only came with a 3-year warranty (alleged £600 rrp). I have been waiting a long time for LCD to fall to a sensible price with good quality and I was not disappointed :thumbsup:. I know people will say it is a budget Sony but it gives excellent picture quality that I have not seen matched at this price and my xbox360 in 1080i looks great. I can honestly recommend this T.V Believe me I have seen a lot of TV’s in my time (I used to be a TV engineer). It uses engine 2 for its picture processing and although a friend has a Panny that gives a noticeably better picture quality that cost more than double :). Top telly
#16
Checked Sony website and the cashback offer expired on 29th Nov 09.
#17
how much longer be for you can get a 32in with freesat at this price?

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