Sony KDL-40W4000 - 40" Widescreen 1080P Full HD Bravia LCD TV - With Freeview - £669.99 delivered @ Teleworld - HotUKDeals
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What Hi Fi - 5 Stars - http://whathifi.com/Review/Sony-KDL-40W4000/

I paid £849.99 for this cracking piece of kit 3 months ago. I know the 4500 is out, but this is over £140 more at Teleworld.

They are a good company in my opinion. I received my television within a couple of days of ordering, and this was via standard delivery.
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#1
Just recently bought this from Empire Direct for £712 delivered including 5 Year Guarantee.
Awesome TV!!!!!!! :thumbsup:
#2
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Just recently bought this from Empire Direct for £712 delivered including 5 Year Guarantee.
Awesome TV!!!!!!! :thumbsup:


Wish I'd hung on now, but it was a cracker at £849.
#3
I paid £805 Empire direct with 5yr guarantee, Fantastic set.
I was split between this and the Panasonic freeset. neighbour has just bought the Panasonic and IMO Sony is way better picture and sound.
Great price, Hot!
#4
I purchased this and a friend purchased the Panasonic Plasma, I think his looks better with SD (standard freeview), but the Sony looks better on HD and consoles. Sony also uses a lot less power.
#5
[FONT="Century Gothic"][SIZE="4"]This is the best deal for this telly at the moment. I'm sooo tempted. I wonder whether it'll be cheaper after Christmas or will Sony put up their prices as some people think.

A good find nevertheless - Thanks[/SIZE][/FONT]:thumbsup:
#6
The only LCD's worth having are the W4000 and the W4500... other than that it's plasma all the way IMO. Great price.
#7
hmm 726 or so at amazon with a 3 yr guarantee
there are always those cheaper retailers ive never heard of when you do pricechecking - any threads rating their service and reliability?
(obviously heard of empire... em5159 ode not working for me and think must have gone up or else another code needed?)
#8
[SIZE=2][quote=Norbert_Colon;3655680][/SIZE][FONT=Century Gothic][SIZE=2][FONT=Arial]This is the best deal for this telly at the moment. I'm sooo tempted. I wonder whether it'll be cheaper after Christmas or will Sony put up their prices as some people think.[/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT][SIZE=2][FONT=Century Gothic][[/FONT]/quote][/SIZE]

There was an article in the Telegraph a few days ago saying that Sony will be putting up their prices due to the collapse of sterling. Whether retailers will pass on these increases before Christmas is another matter.
#9
This is a great TV, is the 4500 worth £150 more?
#10
anyone tried to get a price match by john lewis?
#11
voted cold
most of the Sony centres operated by Sonex and Debenhams Sonex concessions are doing this for £799 with a blu ray player and 5 year waranty -not sure about delivery, most of them are relatively easy to collect from. These extras are more than worth the £113 difference
#12
Liverpool_Bear
This is a great TV, is the 4500 worth £150 more?


I may be wrong but I think the only difference is 4500 has 200htz.
I have the w4000 and next door has just bought the Panasonic HD freesat. The Sony is miles better through Sky HD.
#13
£599 in Sainsburys now
#14
I looked at the 4000, but I think the 4500 is worth the extra and went for that. The 4500 is a 100mhz not 200mhz as stated above. Dixons have the 4500 at a little under £850 with free delivery. Deal code 'FIVETV'. If you purchase it from Amazon at £890, Sony are offering free 3 years guarantee if you purchase by the end of today (24th) which has to be worth a little extra. You've got to send them a copy of your receipt.

If I didnt want one for xmas, I would have waited until next week where I'm sure there will be some cracking offers, but at this time I think this is a good price for a w4000, although I've not heard of them :thumbsup:, and even better if Sainsburys are doing it for £599 :)
#15
I would hold off on this deal since I have heard that the Richer Sounds Boxing day sale will have this set for £500
banned#16
Goose74
I would hold off on this deal since I have heard that the Richer Sounds Boxing day sale will have this set for £500


awwww seee,you just made me spill my beer!:roll:
#17
Its the 40 V 4000 that has been advertised for £499 in the Richer Sounds sale
#18
jimmyn
£599 in Sainsburys now


That's the 40L4000
#19
adams2318
Its the 40 V 4000 that has been advertised for £499 in the Richer Sounds sale


shauneco
That's the 40L4000


Anyone care to enlighten me with the difference between the W and the L and V variants please?
#20
What's the difference between this and the KDL-40V4000U? You can get that in richersounds for £499 or £549 w/5year warrenty from tomorrow, wanna know if it's worth the extra notes for the W version over the V edition...? thanks!
#21
check the sony style website, the last time I checked the major differences between the V and W series is the dolby digital sound system, the navigation menu (similar to the PS3) and some other things related to the display. The W45000 does have that 200mhz thing, but I honestly have no idea on what that is
#22
credit_cruncher
voted cold
most of the Sony centres operated by Sonex and Debenhams Sonex concessions are doing this for £799 with a blu ray player and 5 year waranty -not sure about delivery, most of them are relatively easy to collect from. These extras are more than worth the £113 difference


For £50 more they'll swap the Blu-ray player for an 80Gb PS3 :santa:
#23
nepenthes
check the sony style website, the last time I checked the major differences between the V and W series is the dolby digital sound system, the navigation menu (similar to the PS3) and some other things related to the display. The W45000 does have that 200mhz thing, but I honestly have no idea on what that is


Its for CRTs, nothing to do with LCDs. Dunno why people mention it. LCDs are measured by response rate from a change from black to white which is measured in milliseconds. E.g. 25ms for a high quality IPS or PVA panel. 15ms for a cheaper TN panel. The reason TN is faster but cheaper is because it can't display 16.7 million colours only 200,000 or so. It uses a technique called dithering, where it flips between 2 colours to make it look like the real colour, but they produce an ass picture. Another problem with TN is they have a tight viewing angle. Its getting harder and harder to avoid TN panels. Even Sony use them in their cheaper sets, which is why they can be no longer trusted for high quality.
#24
Just for clarity the KDL-40W4500 DOES NOT run at 200Mhz.
Generally, the higher the letter after the screen size the better the panel will be. "W" and "Z" are premium range - think of the "L" and "V" a bit like entry level models. HTH

Oh the main difference between the KDL-40W4000 and KDL-40W4500 is that the latter supports 100Mhz. TBH the sony panels are good enough without 100Mhz - I've never seen motion blurring yet on Sonys without 100Mhz (but then I go for the premium models) and this is now being introduced as a marketing gimmick - a bit like the processor speeds.

You pays your money....
#25
Goose74
I would hold off on this deal since I have heard that the Richer Sounds Boxing day sale will have this set for £500


My bro just bought this from richer for £689 can you get the difference back if they reduce it few days later???
#26
isnt this the one that was in sainsburys at 585 or so last week?
banned#27
ronaldmacdonald
Just for clarity the KDL-40W4500 DOES NOT run at 200Mhz.
Generally, the higher the letter after the screen size the better the panel will be. "W" and "Z" are premium range - think of the "L" and "V" a bit like entry level models. HTH

Oh the main difference between the KDL-40W4000 and KDL-40W4500 is that the latter supports 100Mhz. TBH the sony panels are good enough without 100Mhz - I've never seen motion blurring yet on Sonys without 100Mhz (but then I go for the premium models) and this is now being introduced as a marketing gimmick - a bit like the processor speeds.

You pays your money....



ive have the v3000 and there is motion blurring not much but its there.
#28
willocks

I have the w4000 and next door has just bought the Panasonic HD freesat. The Sony is miles better through Sky HD.

With the best will in the world, you should be a good neighbour and point next door in the direction of avforums so that they can change the settings from default. I spent a while comparing the W4000 and PZ screens and the plasma won hands down on SD and there was no difference on HD.

Having said that I agree with the earlier poster that the W4000 and W4500 were the only LCDs that even came close to the Panny and as is always the case with these thing it is really a subjective decision.
#29
I've just got this TV, I got a fantastic deal in Hughes (Ipswich) got this TV, Blue Ray player and glass stand for 699.. there are still great bargains to be had on the highstreet!

Great TV tho! :)
#30
Digital direct ( http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl40w4000.html) is selling the same model for £639.00 + £34.99 delivery charges. The total is £ 673.99 + 3 year warranty. Offer valid until 31st December.
#32
I've amended the price. This brilliant TV is now £669.99 delivered.
#33


This expired very quickly.
#34
ronaldmacdonald
Just for clarity the KDL-40W4500 DOES NOT run at 200Mhz.
Generally, the higher the letter after the screen size the better the panel will be. "W" and "Z" are premium range - think of the "L" and "V" a bit like entry level models. HTH

Oh the main difference between the KDL-40W4000 and KDL-40W4500 is that the latter supports 100Mhz. TBH the sony panels are good enough without 100Mhz - I've never seen motion blurring yet on Sonys without 100Mhz (but then I go for the premium models) and this is now being introduced as a marketing gimmick - a bit like the processor speeds.

You pays your money....


Same here. I've noticed no motion blurring on mine, apparently there is on the larger screen (46"+).

I will hopefully be moving to a much bigger house in the new year (assuming I sell mine) and will probably get a 46" 4500 for the living room.
#35
It is now £100 more than this - shown expired.

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