Sony KDL-40V3000 40" Full HD 1080P Digital LCD £649.01 + £49.99 Delivery - HotUKDeals
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Description
40" Full HD V3000 LCD Sony Bravia TV. Features stunning piano black finish, Bravia Engine picture enhancement technology, Live Colour Creation for natural colour representation, wall mount options and 3 HDMI inputs for easy connectivity to High Definition sources such as Blu-Ray.

* 6.2 Mega Pixel resolution for stunning picture quality
* Live Colour Creation producing vibrant and natural colours
* HD 1080p compatible to display High Definition signals in breathtaking quality, i.e. Playstation 3, Blu-Ray , etc.
* Bravia Engine picture technology for enhanced depth, clarity and definition
* 24p True Cinema to experience home cinema exactly as the director intended
* 3 x HDMI inputs for easy connectivity - 2 on rear, 1 on side
* Bravia Theatre Sync enabling you to operate your TV and entire home cinema system by pushing one button
* Photo TV HD technology for viewing high-resolution digital still photographs in optimal quality
* Built-in Digital TV terrestrial tuner (also receives analogue)
* S-Force Front Surround giving full surround sound effects from just 2 built-in front speakers
* Audio Description compatible allowing for blind or partially sighted people to follow television programmes
* Can be wall-mounted using bracket SU-WL500 (optional)

Features
Picture/Display
40 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
101 cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
16:9 Aspect Ratio
1800: Contrast Ratio
500 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
178 Degree Viewing Angle
1920x1080 pixels
1080p resolution
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
BRAVIA ENGINE
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
Freeview
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Teletext
700 Page Teletext Memory
On/Off Timer
Sleep Timer
Clock
EPG (Guide Plus+)
Sound & Power Output
Nicam Digital Stereo
2 x 10 W Power Output Per Channel

Connections
3 x HDMI Connections
1 x Component Video Connection
1 x Optical Terminal Connection
2 x RGB Scart Connections
1 x PC D-Sub Connection
Stereo mini jack
RCA Phono
Accessories Supplied
Pedestal stand
Remote Control
User Manual
Batteries
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
AC Power Cord
Power,Weight & Dimensions
24 with stand 20 without stand Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
992x688x265 with stand 992x643x122 without stand mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
169 W Power Consumption
0.3 W Standby Power Consumption
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banned#1
its a shame, just this morning when i was working hard on my pc at work, this was priced at £675 delivered

you can try and get a price match with currys and/or pcworld for pickup, you will have to include the delivery charge for final price mind you..........unless you know someone who works there.........

lots of things can be sorted out if you know someone at pcworld/currys, btw i am talking of deals not back of the lorry stuff!
#2
why not try to PM it with John Lewis? You can get 5year warranty for free (if you can find it in stock)..
#3
I bought it from here for auond 700 including delivery, excellent tv!

I was 625 a few days ago, price seems to fluctuate every few days!
#4
This or the £699 Samsung 40" (oh wait, they've stuck this up another £50 to £749, but 15000:1)
or the 37" Samsung LE37M87BDX, 8000:1 and full HD.

Or wait a week for Toshiba Regza 37XV503DB for £650 with 18000:1 contrast ratio and full HD...

Ahhhh choices, choices...
banned#5
im not "all that" when it comes to TV's but i have got a soft spot for samsungs

you have got some choices there my friend, some choices
#6
jihadijulz
im not "all that" when it comes to TV's but i have got a soft spot for samsungs

you have got some choices there my friend, some choices


I've just run into the Panasonic Viera Plama 42PX80 for £682.
This has a native 15000:1 contrast ratio (not dynamic), does 24p video, 100Hz, more excellent reviews than anything, and 42 inches, but ... 1024x768 (you need the 42PZ80 for full HD). From 10' the resolution probably doesn't matter. Or I could pay £606 for the 37" version of the same, but my mate has a 37" TV and I have to beat that.

Uses - movies and PS3. Maybe the lower resolution will act like antialiasing in the games, and there aren't that many 1080p native games, most are 720p? Yeah, GTA4 appears to be 720p. Not losing anything there then.

Also investigated teh LG 37LG5000 - 1080p, 37"m 50000:1 dynamic, 10-bit panel, for £630. But LG have a dodgy reputation.
banned#7
JeeBeePSB
I've just run into the Panasonic Viera Plama 42PX80 for £682.
This has a native 15000:1 contrast ratio (not dynamic), does 24p video, 100Hz, more excellent reviews than anything, and 42 inches, but ... 1024x768 (you need the 42PZ80 for full HD). From 10' the resolution probably doesn't matter. Or I could pay £606 for the 37" version of the same, but my mate has a 37" TV and I have to beat that.

Uses - movies and PS3. Maybe the lower resolution will act like antialiasing in the games, and there aren't that many 1080p native games, most are 720p? Yeah, GTA4 appears to be 720p. Not losing anything there then.

Also investigated teh LG 37LG5000 - 1080p, 37"m 50000:1 dynamic, 10-bit panel, for £630. But LG have a dodgy reputation.


the LG's refresh rates or something to that effect were not that good, thats what i noticed at pcworld, when all tvs were connected to the multi hd signal, some tvs, namely the lg's, would flick on and off, while the rest would stay on, something about they couldnt keep up..............

1080P would obviously be better for ps3 for blu-ray.........i think
#8
jihadijulz
the LG's refresh rates or something to that effect were not that good, thats what i noticed at pcworld, when all tvs were connected to the multi hd signal, some tvs, namely the lg's, would flick on and off, while the rest would stay on, something about they couldnt keep up..............

1080P would obviously be better for ps3 for blu-ray.........i think


Heh, currently I've got an old 24" widescreen Philips CRT TV, so I think that the 42" properly flat 720p Plasma TV will seem like a breath of fresh air. I'd definitely want 1080p for a 46"+ TV, that's where you will notice it at standard distances. Part of me does know that it wouldn't be totally perfect of course, but I'll live, and I'll try not to watch BluRay content sitting too close to the TV :) - the 24p support will more than make up for it.

On the other hand, another mate has just bought a 60" Pioneer Kuro (and he can afford it), which will slap anything I get around mightily.

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