Sony KDL-40v5800U £469.00 after £100 Trade-in + 5yr warranty pick up at Co-operative store only - HotUKDeals
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My local large Co-op store doing this TV for £469 after £100 trade-in also 5yr warranty seems a very good price for a TV with inbuilt Freesat and Freeview. My store was only doing store pick-up no delivery

Features

40 Inch LCD TV
Freesat
Freeview
HD Ready
Full 1080p
1920 x 1080 Resolution
60,000:1 Contrast Ratio
Bravia 3 Engine
24p True Cinema
Advance Contrast Enhancer (ACE)
USB Photo/Music/Media Player
DLNA
PIP/PAP
XrossMediaBar (XMB) Menu
8 Bit Panel
Bravia Sync
Applicast
Connectivity:




4 x HDMI
2 x SCART
2 x Component
Digital Optical
Composite
USB
Headphone Jack
PCMCIA Card Slot
DLNA Ethernet
Wall Mounting

Wall Mountable - Yes VESA 300 x 300mm

See Recommended Accessories for suitable brackets
Others

Dimensions With Table Stand (W x H x D, cm) - 98.7 x 68.4 x 30.3
Dimension Without Table Stand (W x H x D, cm) - 98.7 x 63.6 x9.3
Weight With Table Stand -
Weight Without Table Stand
Power Consumption - 132 W
Colour - Piano Black
Swivel - Yes
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#1
Anyone know of a co op store i can view this tv in, i'm in croydon. I spoke to richer sounds who state this is an old model which has been discontinued, can anybody confirm that
#2
Local stores to Croydon can be found here (would imagine it needs to be a superstore to sell this) http://www.co-operative.coop/

As for discontinued not sure, I know Sony do models which they make some slight cosmetic changes too and use a different number from there normal more common models i.e. 5800 and make it available at a few specific stores. BHS sell this for £540 without warranty http://www.bhsdirect.co.uk/BH_Sony_TVs___LCD_20012594/version.asp

Can't find a refresh rate for this and didn't see it printed on the box but can't believe it is any less than 50hz that the 5810 has, all other specs seem pretty similar to 5810

Think this is the German version of the 5810 if you go to Sony.de and search this model it is there but the 5810 isn't, but the coop model has the letter U after it, making it a UK working model. Also available at Amazon germany but can't translate reviews http://www.amazon.de/Sony-Full-HD-LCD-Fernseher-integriertem-schwarz/dp/B002LX63QE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=ce-de&qid=1276605695&sr=8-1
#3
The price is showing as £549 - if there is a £100 trade-in discount then this should bring it down to £449 - I can't see thetrade-in offer, can you direct me to it??
#4
This has nothing to do with the website as far as i know, it was instore only at the large Co-op Superstores
#5
If this is 100hz I'm in, anyone got a clue?
#6
rossl
If this is 100hz I'm in, anyone got a clue?


http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1271941-sony-kdl40v5800u-struggling-find-reviews.html

Having gone onto AVForums it looks as though it is 100hz.
#7
Are these trade-in deals restricted at all? model/size etc
#8
do you have to take your heavy old trade-in tv to the co-op store - have myself a hernia!
#9
tom_p1980


http://support.sony-europe.com/tvhc/tv/lcd/lcd.aspx?site=de&m=KDL-40V5800&site=odw_de_DE&odw_model=KDL-40V5800

I'd say after looking at the manual it was 50Hz, it doesn't mention 100Hz. It would be nice if someone could confirm though....
#10
Anything with V has 50Hz anything with W series has 100Hz.
#11
Is there any restrictions on which TVs they accept?
#12
Yes is a discontinued 50Hz model.
#13
Longman240
Is there any restrictions on which TVs they accept?


If it's like a lot of TV trade ins you don't even have to actually trade one in, that costs them money in getting rid of it. A model number and serial number from any TV usually suffices.
#14
very hot wish i could do it
#15
It seems a very good price for a Sony 40 inch tv to me.
#16
Longman240
Is there any restrictions on which TVs they accept?


I asked the question yesterday and they stated you can trade in any old size TV, but my store weren't offering home delivery just pick up, so had to bring the TV in with you.
#17
Going to check local Co-op store this morning but not very hopeful they`ll have it.

I`m assuming that a freesat dish at £80 will be required as well.
#18
alared
Going to check local Co-op store this morning but not very hopeful they`ll have it.

I`m assuming that a freesat dish at £80 will be required as well.


You wouldn't need that immediately as you can still receive freeview from your TV aerial.

You can get a dish kit from ebay for £23....you just need someone that's handy to put it up for you.

Cheers.
#19
great deal. shame we only have the small stores in chester
#20
Update:

The store did have them in.
The built-in Freesat is NOT HD freesat, so no dish is needed for the little difference in the freeview/freesat channels.

This would be an ideal TV for anyone who hasn`t got a digital aerial yet.
It would give you a choice of just getting a dish which is a lot cheaper than an aerial.

The 5 year guarantee is is not covered by the Co-op but paperwork needs to be filled in and there`s some sort of helpline.

They said they would take ANY old TV, working or not and even a portable.

The one on display was assembled in Slovakia in Feb of this year.

Recently I had a look at the labels on the rear of some TV`s and Poland,Slovakia and Spain were all common on the Sony`s as well as other makes.

I would guess that this model is no longer in production and hence the price.
Tempted as I am, I`m going to hang on a bit longer because of the worldwide glut in TV`s and hope for a bigger and better deal.

As a first time buy it would be ideal.
#21
alared
Update:

The built-in Freesat is NOT HD freesat, so no dish is needed for the little difference in the freeview/freesat channels.


The guy over at AVforums are talking about this TV and they think it is a rebadged 40V5810. The 40V5810 has freesat HD. Is there a way you could tell it wasn't freesat HD without conecting it to a dish?

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/t32-v-series/kdl-40v5810
Enjoy free HD TV with built-in freesat
Access over 140 free TV and radio channels. This Sony BRAVIA TV has an integrated satellite tuner to receive freesat so you won’t need a set-top box or cables cluttering your room. freesat is available in 98% of UK households, and includes over 70 hours a week of free HD TV from the BBC and ITV
#22
It all seems to be a bit vague, manager at the shop didn`t seem to know a lot about it and actually thought you could receive FreeSat via your aerial and no dish would be required!!!!!!!!!! :oops:


http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=SON-LCD-KDL40V5800U-BK


From the Co-op site:
Additional Info
102cm visible LCD
HD Ready 1080p
Integrated Digital Freesat & Freeview Tuner
BRAVIA Engine 3 Picture Engine
DLNA Certified
Applicast Interactivity
60000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Live Colour
S-Force Front Surround Sound
Intelligent Picture
BRAVIA Sync
x4 HDMI Connections
USB Connectivity for viewing photos / music/ video
PC Input
ECO Settings
Swivel Stand


No mention of Freesat HD

Have you got a link to the forum where they are discussing this?

Found it --------------------------- all a bit if`s and but`s about it might be a re-badged etc.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1271941-sony-kdl40v5800u-struggling-find-reviews.html
#23
To be fair the manager proberly got 2 or 3 TV's landing at his store and is told to sell them. You should of asked him about tins of carrots instead!

If this is the 40V5810 then this could be a nice find, the 40V5810 is £600-850 everywhere else. Just need to know if this 40V5800U has freesat HD or not? how can you tell without hooking it up to a dish?
#24
The 40W5810 has the freesat
#25
I got the KDL-40V5800 (not KDL-40V5810) from M&S in Edinburgh for £499 after trade in with 5 year warranty and it does have Freesat HD - watched a bit of the footy on BBC1 HD earlier and it looked great.
#26
duder
I got the KDL-40V5800 (not KDL-40V5810) from M&S in Edinburgh for £499 after trade in with 5 year warranty and it does have Freesat HD - watched a bit of the footy on BBC1 HD earlier and it looked great.

If you have one maybe you can answer the question as to whether the TV is 100 or 50Hz then?


Cheers.
#27
uncle buck
If you have one maybe you can answer the question as to whether the TV is 100 or 50Hz then?


Cheers.


This will sound dumb but how do I go about doing that?
#28
duder
This will sound dumb but how do I go about doing that?

Not dumb at all...look in the picture menu options, if it has a Motionflow option, it's a 100Hz TV.

Just re read through the thread and from what others have posted it seems to be a 50Hz TV.

Cheers.
#29
Will have a look tonight and let you know
#30
uncle buck
Not dumb at all...look in the picture menu options, if it has a Motionflow option, it's a 100Hz TV.

Just re read through the thread and from what others have posted it seems to be a 50Hz TV.

Cheers.


Couldn't find a motionflow option in the picture options so looks like it's not 100Hz then.

Cheers
#31
What really needs to be established is if it`s actually freesat HD.

All the talk about it being re-badged and similar to a different numbered model doesn`t tell us if it is or not.
#32
duder
I got the KDL-40V5800 (not KDL-40V5810) from M&S in Edinburgh for £499 after trade in with 5 year warranty and it does have Freesat HD - watched a bit of the footy on BBC1 HD earlier and it looked great.


alared
What really needs to be established is if it`s actually freesat HD.

All the talk about it being re-badged and similar to a different numbered model doesn`t tell us if it is or not.


Yes it does - see my previous post
#33
alared
What really needs to be established is if it`s actually freesat HD.

All the talk about it being re-badged and similar to a different numbered model doesn`t tell us if it is or not.


The store did have them in.
The built-in Freesat is NOT HD freesat, so no dish is needed for the little difference in the freeview/freesat channels.



Maybe you could tell us why you said it wasn't freesat HD in your earlier post.
#34
leeds85
Maybe you could tell us why you said it wasn't freesat HD in your earlier post.


In my earlier post I was reporting back the info I got when I visited the local store.
There was the manager and his assistant both giving their version of what it had and didn`t have.
As you said earlier,they should have stuck to what they know best ---------- carrots.

If it does have Freesat HD built in and with a 5 year warranty,it`s got to be the best deal ever at that price.

The cheapest freesat HD box is about £67 from Argos.

If you strip out that price and the 5 year warranty cost,the TV is basically down to under £300.

Seems too good to be true.
#35
Only BBC HD available here though as ITV HD is not available in Scotland yet apparently.

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