Sony KDL-40NX713 3D Stylish super slim led/lcd freeview HD telly £799 @ Sony centre - HotUKDeals
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Its my 1st deal so here goes, im after a new one myself thats how i came across this,someone also has posted this one>http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-co-uk-kdl40hx803-3d-40-799-del/837289#comments any help as to which is better would help me aswell.

link http://www.sony.co.uk/product/t32-nx-series/kdl-40nx713
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#1
does this qualify fot the vat return?
#2
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?

Nope that offer finished on the 24th December
#3
No it doesn't, as far as i know it that ran out on the 24th.so much for going easy on a 1st post lol i thought a deal was based on wether it was good value i don,t believe ive seen a sony 3D tv for less than this unless im wrong please tell me.

Edited By: mivanp on Dec 27, 2010 23:48
#4
Aaah ok. Thanks Guys! :)
#6
No but it is the one i was comparing to i like both personally and im stuck between the two!
#7
I wouldn't mind a tv for the bedroom. I'm not interested in a 3D one though as I think it's a pretty naff fad.
I want some kind of big plasma i think. I have an LCD at the moment and I hate it, paid a fortune for it too.
This is a good deal though, heat added!
#8
ive got a kdl40w2000 and i love it has been great but thinking of demoting it to to the bedroom for a nice new shiny telly nice to have a 3d option as i have ps3 hooked up and surround sound etc so looking for an upgrade at a reasonable price the more i look at this the more i likeee when you go through to checkout it keeps stating vat back so not sure if you can hold them to it???
#9
This is a wicked tele-I was just gonna buy it with the PS3 & glasses bundle but held off too long! You should check out the combined stand/speaker set in brushed aluminium-makes this set look beeeeaaauutiful!
#10
I have a had a Sony Bravia KDS-55A2000 for around four years now, unfortunately it has started to succumb to the dreaded Optical Block (Greed Blob) Sony are very much aware that this model along with many other's suffer with this problem and it is well documented that in the US Sony have either repaired or replaced the affected units FREE OF CHARGE.

However Sony UK arrogantly deny that this problem exists and if you are no longer covered by a warranty they will happily charge you £600+ to repair the unit.

I personally will never buy a Sony product again and although this will not apply to all Sony products I urge others to think very carefully before taking the plunge.

Advice here: http://sites.google.com/site/sonylcdrptvproblems/

(Rant over)

MM

Edited By: Mire Mare on Dec 28, 2010 08:09
#11
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!

anyone know of any good reliable televisions?
#12
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?
yes it does!
#13
ShizOrca
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!anyone know of any good reliable televisions?

Its pot luck buddy, I had a faulty Bravia (Inverter Board), Samsung do seem to have faults more commonly, but I think they sell the most TV's hence failure rate may be no worse. I know someone who has used a Bush 20" LCD daily for 7 years and it works perfect. Whatever brand you buy just look out for a longer warranty (John Lewis, M+S etc)
#14
rodman
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?
yes it does!

Ended 11:59:59 24/12/10
#15
rodman
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?
yes it does!


Errr...no it doesn't. The VAT back was on purchases up to 24th Dec (you have until 31st Jan to claim).

I bought my 803 a few weeks ago. Didn't know whether to wait until the sales or get VAT back. I got is for £950 (that's with VAT back taken off) but it included the 3D bundle (player, glasses, 5 movies) with 5 yr warranty. Looks like I made right decision.

Does this have a 5 year warranty included?
#16
is it me or is it a bit weird to want to watch TV in 3D

can't wait to see rosie webster in 3d on corrie
#17
Mire Mare
I have a had a Sony Bravia KDS-55A2000 for around four years now, unfortunately it has started to succumb to the dreaded Optical Block (Greed Blob) Sony are very much aware that this model along with many other's suffer with this problem and it is well documented that in the US Sony have either repaired or replaced the affected units FREE OF CHARGE.

However Sony UK arrogantly deny that this problem exists and if you are no longer covered by a warranty they will happily charge you £600+ to repair the unit.

I personally will never buy a Sony product again and although this will not apply to all Sony products I urge others to think very carefully before taking the plunge.

Advice here: http://sites.google.com/site/sonylcdrptvproblems/

(Rant over)

MM

This was the same situation that happened with my out of warranty digital video camera when the CCD failed. I search and found that Sony were subject to a lawsuit in the US and were fixing them for free. I sent my findings to Sony who then kindly said they would repair it free of charge along with picking it up and redelivering free of charge.
#18
Mire Mare
I have a had a Sony Bravia KDS-55A2000 for around four years now, unfortunately it has started to succumb to the dreaded Optical Block (Greed Blob) Sony are very much aware that this model along with many other's suffer with this problem and it is well documented that in the US Sony have either repaired or replaced the affected units FREE OF CHARGE.

However Sony UK arrogantly deny that this problem exists and if you are no longer covered by a warranty they will happily charge you £600+ to repair the unit.

I personally will never buy a Sony product again and although this will not apply to all Sony products I urge others to think very carefully before taking the plunge.

Advice here: http://sites.google.com/site/sonylcdrptvproblems/

(Rant over)

MM


I'm sure, given your situation, that you know about the sale of goods act. The seller is obliged to arrange for the item to be repaired free of charge within a "reasonable" amount of time. Four years may be considered a reasonable amount of time for a TV to last but it may be worth sending a letter to the original seller or going into the store quoting the act and kicking up a fuss. I am not a lawyer but it is probably worth a shot if you haven't tried it yet.
#19
ShizOrca
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!

anyone know of any good reliable televisions?


It's all down to personal opinion when comparing tv sets. I found the Samsung led tvs to be overly vivid, with colours that looked somewhat unnatural. I went for the 46" version of this Sony. It's a beautifully designed piece of kit, picture quality is superb with deep black levels, consistency across the panel (I may just have got lucky) and stunning colours. The HD channels and blu-ray discs look amazing.

Although perfectly acceptable for watching everyday tv the sound isn't great especially compared to my old crt. For films the tv lacks any sort of bass and would require a home cinema setup. Viewing angles are also slightly restricted on this tv, recommend viewing in person if this is going to be an issue. Whilst the 3D looks good on my set I'm not sure how effective it would be on a 40" tv.

Sony include 5 year warranties on their TVs. 8)

Edited By: nicks99 on Dec 28, 2010 10:13
#20
rodman
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?
yes it does!


like i said earlier i thought it did because ive been through to the checkout and it says vat return in blue.ive just had text and email about my reservation and it states nothing about vat return,shall i go and get it aarrgghh i have till tomorrow to pick it up (and pay off course)

Edited By: mivanp on Dec 28, 2010 10:25
#21
Mire Mare
I personally will never buy a Sony product again and although this will not apply to all Sony products I urge others to think very carefully before taking the plunge.


I have a 3 yrs old LCD telly from Sony and it's by far the best telly I've owned. Infact 90% of my home equipment is Sony and I have no issues with them at all.

Isn't KDS-55A2000 a rear projection telly? They are know to be pretty rubbish anyway.
#22
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!

anyone know of any good reliable televisions?

i'm waiting for my samsung to pack up would love to invest in a new led tv .my samsung packed up in its 3rd year but fixed myself for under a tenner . google is your friend
#23
mivanp
rodman
virus_786
does this qualify fot the vat return?
yes it does!


like i said earlier i thought it did because ive been through to the checkout and it says vat return in blue.ive just had text and email about my reservation and it states nothing about vat return,shall i go and get it aarrgghh i have till tomorrow to pick it up (and pay off course)


The VAT back is claimed from Sony. Sony state that the offer is valid for purchases up to the 24th of December, so it doesn't qualify regardless of what the retailer may say.
#24
ShizOrca
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!

anyone know of any good reliable televisions?


Sharp.

Had a few ourselves and also know others with them and never heard of a single issue with them. Only negative Sharp TV's have is that generally the audio is pants, although they often have the best picture for an LCD, but the audio is not an issue if you have an AV receiver / speakers.
#25
Link doesn't work for me. Which store has it for this price? Thanks
#26
z00h
Mire Mare
I personally will never buy a Sony product again and although this will not apply to all Sony products I urge others to think very carefully before taking the plunge.
I have a 3 yrs old LCD telly from Sony and it's by far the best telly I've owned. Infact 90% of my home equipment is Sony and I have no issues with them at all.Isn't KDS-55A2000 a rear projection telly? They are know to be pretty rubbish anyway.

Well done you (_;)

Yes it is a LCD rear projection unit but as for rubbish well apart from the OPTICAL BLOCK issue the specs are pretty good so before you make any silly comments why don't you take the time to read up on it and learn a little ;)

MM
#27
as far as sony are concerned ive got a 50 rear projection in the bedroom and the 40 inch in the living room and for years ive used sony and other than a launch ps3 that died on me,but even then they replaced it for me,ive had no issues with sony atall especially the tv sets.so i would always be happy to purchase a sony,i do expect than once in a while there are faults but that can happen with any make or model of anything.
#28
stokie
Link doesn't work for me. Which store has it for this price? Thanks


Manchester for me,but may well be the same elsewhere???
#30
This was posted a couple of days ago from PRCdirect at £699 and got hardly any heat.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kdl40nx713u-40-led-3d-tv-699-9/835517#comments
#31
306notout
This was posted a couple of days ago from PRCdirect at £699 and got hardly any heat.


not sure if its because of who they are or what? ive never heard of them? and maybe location or will they be around in a year or two if there were problems etc.mite be wrong but not sure how the warranty works with them either etc
#32
Warranty is fine with them as its through Sony not the retailer.

Might be worth getting John Lewis to price match the £699 if you are not sure about the retailer.
#33
Voted Cold because it is from the Sony Centre.

Buyers should be made aware that these centres are Franchise Stores and unless your warranty is underwritten by a reputable company like Sony themselves and not the store you will be shafted if the store closes like I was. (Huddersfield Sony Centre which closed and when my TV bust I was left with a worthless 5 year warranty which I paid £250 for)


Edited By: Majnu on Dec 28, 2010 14:08
#34
Bought this TV when it came out in November - it is awesome in SD (better than the pannys), HD and the 3D is simply stunning. Internet TV has built-in wireless and it plays content straight off a USB stick Looks much nicer than the 803 too Great deal - snap it up while you can!
#35
Majnu
Voted Cold because it is from the Sony Centre.

Buyers should be made aware that these centres are Franchise Stores and unless your warranty is underwritten by a reputable company like Sony themselves and not the store you will be shafted if the store closes like I was. (Huddersfield Sony Centre which closed and when my TV bust I was left with a worthless 5 year warranty which I paid £250 for)



Absolute rubbish, Sony will honour the warranty regardless of where you purchased the TV, as I found out when cdiscount went bust!
#36
Majnu
Voted Cold because it is from the Sony Centre.

Buyers should be made aware that these centres are Franchise Stores and unless your warranty is underwritten by a reputable company like Sony themselves and not the store you will be shafted if the store closes like I was. (Huddersfield Sony Centre which closed and when my TV bust I was left with a worthless 5 year warranty which I paid £250 for)



never heard such rubbish!!! lmfaoumbmsfomh
#37
tsk1391
according to Which these tele's are not as good as the Samsung equivalents... But I have a Samsung which has already been fixed in the 2nd year and now is showing signs of fault again in the 3rd year!!!

anyone know of any good reliable televisions?

i'm waiting for my samsung to pack up would love to invest in a new led tv .my samsung packed up in its 3rd year but fixed myself for under a tenner . google is your friend


I'd always take Which reports with a liberal pinch of salt..... sure they're handy guides but some of their reliability surveys results seem questionable
#38
mivanp
Majnu
Voted Cold because it is from the Sony Centre.

Buyers should be made aware that these centres are Franchise Stores and unless your warranty is underwritten by a reputable company like Sony themselves and not the store you will be shafted if the store closes like I was. (Huddersfield Sony Centre which closed and when my TV bust I was left with a worthless 5 year warranty which I paid £250 for)



never heard such rubbish!!! lmfaoumbmsfomh


So when I rang Sony direct why did they not want anything to do with repairing the TV ? Also Citizens Advise Bureau couldn't advise any further. Unless you back up and bring evidence to what you claim you are the one talking rubbish.
#39
Because i have dealt with sony for years and sony centres so i do know what im talking about thank you,and have never been anything less than satisfied with them,i dont know wether it was a bright house you went to or a a sony centre lmfao.so we now have rendition sony shops really.
#40
I tell you what, this deal is really tempting me.

Negatives seem to be £150 extra for 3D (transmitter and a pair of glasses), some cross talk / ghosting issues (Sony are aware and offering extra filters for glasses to compensate, would hope that new glasses plus firmware updates would fix) and some people say the sound is poor (but show me an LED with good sound!)

On the plus side, this is a 100hz LED backlit Bravia, in a sexy as hell shell, 3D compatible, with good reviews of 2d performance, built in WiFi and really good web connectivity with a Sony 5yr Warranty....for 800 notes!

Going to go to my local Sony centre tomorrow and demo, might try and blag a price match but if unsuccessful may order from High Wycombe as this deal seems really blimmin good.

Edited By: rmg on Dec 28, 2010 19:28

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