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Not sure this available nationwide but I saw this in my local Sainsburys yesterday for £449 reduced from £599.
Seems like a good price for a new model Sony LCD

BRAVIA Theatre Sync enabling you to operate your TV and entire home cinema system by pushing one single button
HD Ready for the display of High Definition signals, i.e. Playstation 3, Blu-Ray, etc.
2 x HDMI inputs for easy connectivity
Built-in Digital TV terrestrial tuner (also receives analogue)
Ultra-wide 178° viewing angle for clear images from wherever you are looking
BBE ViVA high quality sound and built-in Virtual Dolby® creating the effect of full surround sound from just 2 front speakers
Audio Description compatible allowing for blind or partially sighted people to follow television programmes (available in selected countries)
Can be wall-mounted using bracket SU-WL500 (optional)
Available to buy from November 2007
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/3/AW07202-9813TPS241416.jpg
#2
Excellent Price for an Excellent Set.

Reputable review here.

Heat and Rep.

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[helper] 1 Like #3
The U series are not as good as the D series (which are supposed to be very good as per the review)....
#4
I saw this today also but I do not know whether to get this at 1800:1 contrast or the samsung LE32s62b with a contrast of 7000:1!!!!

BRAVIA:- http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pi/2-909996/TVs/Samsung-LE-32S62B-Product-Info

SAMSUNG:-
http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pi/2-909996/TVs/Samsung-LE-32S62B-Product-Info

The samsung is available for £415 and, although it does not come with built in freeview, the picture quality is MINT
banned#5
gari189
The U series are not as good as the D series (which are supposed to be very good as per the review)....


What about the S series? Are they any good?

What's the difference between each TV?

Thanks!!
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seoer
What about the S series? Are they any good?

What's the difference between each TV?

Thanks!!


I'm not that genned up on information about the Sonys but below is a post by Pallaris on the AVforums......

"You should be able to compare models from the Sony website...although some of those specs are wrong so it might not be that clear. I'm going to assume the U is the absolute budget model cause it was last yr, which means it probably doesn't feature the 'Bravia Engine' or have that many options you can tweak. The P series looks like a step up with the Bravia engine so the picture and processing should be better. S series presumably replaces last yrs S2xxx range which was a sort of middle of the road model in terms of price/performance. Seems to have the live colour creation/wcg-ccfl backlight tacked on for more 'vivid colours' (read: some say inaccurate). Apparently the new S range features TN panels though which means worse viewing angle. The D series is the best non 1080p Sony tv right now with the added benefit of 120hz mtionflow and 24p support (for video sources recorded in 25hz i.e. blu ray/hd dvd)

on to 1080p..

V - looks like a replacement of last yrs W2000 with added benefit of 24hz suppport
W - oneups the V with a 10bit panel, and better contrast ratio.
X - flagship model - essentially the W with 120hz motionflow tech and apparently better contrast ratio although i'm not so sure about that."
#7
simon012
I saw this today also but I do not know whether to get this at 1800:1 contrast or the samsung LE32s62b with a contrast of 7000:1!!!!

BRAVIA:- http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pi/2-909996/TVs/Samsung-LE-32S62B-Product-Info

SAMSUNG:-
http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pi/2-909996/TVs/Samsung-LE-32S62B-Product-Info

The samsung is available for £415 and, although it does not come with built in freeview, the picture quality is MINT


7000:1 is a dynamic contrast ratio i.e. not the real contrast ratio. 1800:1 is a very good contrast ratio so I doubt you would notice any difference.

edit: and according to the review the sony has a dynamic contrast ratio of 8000:1
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gari189
I'm not that genned up on information about the Sonys but below is a post by Pallaris on the AVforums......

"You should be able to compare models from the Sony website...although some of those specs are wrong so it might not be that clear. I'm going to assume the U is the absolute budget model cause it was last yr, which means it probably doesn't feature the 'Bravia Engine' or have that many options you can tweak. The P series looks like a step up with the Bravia engine so the picture and processing should be better. S series presumably replaces last yrs S2xxx range which was a sort of middle of the road model in terms of price/performance. Seems to have the live colour creation/wcg-ccfl backlight tacked on for more 'vivid colours' (read: some say inaccurate). Apparently the new S range features TN panels though which means worse viewing angle. The D series is the best non 1080p Sony tv right now with the added benefit of 120hz mtionflow and 24p support (for video sources recorded in 25hz i.e. blu ray/hd dvd)

on to 1080p..

V - looks like a replacement of last yrs W2000 with added benefit of 24hz suppport
W - oneups the V with a 10bit panel, and better contrast ratio.
X - flagship model - essentially the W with 120hz motionflow tech and apparently better contrast ratio although i'm not so sure about that."


Awesome, thanks. Rep given
#9
Probably best to wait a while and get the 'D' type which are 100Hz resolution unless your desperate to get one before Xmas, me i'll wait till the January sales
#10
got one last week with my 15% staff discount.
#12
teetyweety
7000:1 is a dynamic contrast ratio i.e. not the real contrast ratio. 1800:1 is a very good contrast ratio so I doubt you would notice any difference.

edit: and according to the review the sony has a dynamic contrast ratio of 8000:1

Thanks for the info teetyweety I am still unsure what to get....I guess the reason I am keen on the samsung is because I have seen it working ( on display in currys with PGR4! ) sainsburys did not have the sony bravia one switched on today when I saw it....May wait for the january sales?

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