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Sony KDL-46EX403 46in Full HD Freeview HD Digital LCD TV 799.99 argos

£799.99 @ Argos
This is listed at 849.99 but if you use the code TV50 you get £50 off. That makes a decent 46" Tv with Freeview HD for under £800 ! Television Picture Quality: Full HD (1080p). Integrated di…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
This is listed at 849.99 but if you use the code TV50 you get £50 off.

That makes a decent 46" Tv with Freeview HD for under £800 !

Television Picture Quality:
Full HD (1080p).
Integrated digital (Freeview HD).
46in (117cm) widescreen TV with 116cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.


Connectivity:
4 HDMI sockets.
2 SCART sockets.


Additional Features:
Size of TV (H)74.9, (W)114, (D)13.2cm.
Weight of TV 34.5kg (unpackaged).
Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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#1
people have started voting cold but dont know why.

I did a quick search on the net and could not find cheaper - if you have then please state where or at least why you think is cold.

would be useful to know if you can find same or similar tv cheaper than this.
#2
Hot recently bought the 40" version of this and love it. This is 2010 model not a cheap 2009 one.
#3
Yeh, I think this is hot, too. FreeView HD as well...
#4
Yup Pontop Pike is transmitting HD content now. Flash Gordon was one of the first upscaled films lol

Also the DLNA feature on these machines is very handy. Basically if you plug a network lead into the back of the TV you can browse to Media Servers, I'm currently using PS3 Media Server as it also transcodes formats not natively supported by the set. Basically it means my media collection is all on the PC in the spare room and the bedroom just has one remote to access everything.

Works very well and there is a lot of information on internet forums about setting this up.
banned#5
Ab001
people have started voting cold but dont know why.

I did a quick search on the net and could not find cheaper - if you have then please state where or at least why you think is cold.

would be useful to know if you can find same or similar tv cheaper than this.


because LCD is old technology - LED is the future
#6
Peggy Bedford
because LCD is old technology - LED is the future


We are years and years away from OLED's being available in 46".
banned#7
Brim
We are years and years away from OLED's being available in 46".




backlit LED is superior to LCD

LCD is about as useless as B+W analogue TV :whistling:
#8
Peggy Bedford
backlit LED is superior to LCD


Not necessarily. Backlit LED is still LCD - It's the same technology. The only difference is the way the LCD is illuminated.


Peggy Bedford
LCD is about as useless as B+W analogue TV


Well, seeing as LED TV is an LCD TV it must be equally useless...


I'll finish with this piece from the founder of the well respected AVForums:
LED televisions as are being mis-named by some manufacturers and mis-sold by some retailers, are not fantastic new technology, do not necessarily look better than LCD televisions and should not necessarily command a higher price than non-LED LCD televisions.

This is simplified to keep it brief, but...

'LED televisions' as you might currently find in shops are only LCD televisions with LED backlighting or edgelighting. The LED back/edgelighting technology is somewhat more efficient and can look attractive. Edgelighting technology allows the TVs to be a bit thinner than normal LCD televisions.
Whether you decide to pay a premium price for 'LED televisions' is up to you, but for gawd's sake, don't pay more for one because you think it is fantastic, radically new, superior technology, because it certainly isn't.
#9
Peggy Bedford
because LCD is old technology - LED is the future


I'm going to vote cold because LCD, and for that matter LED are both vastly inferior to my dual-projector 3d polarised DLP home imax setup, the cost is irrelevant.

If I could work out how to un-heat comments on this forum, you my friend would be first in line.

The whole point of this site is so that someone who is looking to buy a tv with a particular model of specification or budget in mind can get a decent deal, so if you want to post a better deal either:

a) find this product either significantly lower priced, or with some incentive

OR

b) point the way to where you think you can get a 46" full LED backlit 1080p television from a reputable manufacturer and retailer for less than £800 and I guarantee heat beyond your wildest dreams will be added my friend.
banned#10
bradford_dr
I'm going to vote cold because LCD, and for that matter LED are both vastly inferior to my dual-projector 3d polarised DLP home imax setup, the cost is irrelevant.

If I could work out how to un-heat comments on this forum, you my friend would be first in line.

The whole point of this site is so that someone who is looking to buy a tv with a particular model of specification or budget in mind can get a decent deal, so if you want to post a better deal either:

a) find this product either significantly lower priced, or with some incentive

OR

b) point the way to where you think you can get a 46" full LED backlit 1080p television from a reputable manufacturer and retailer for less than £800 and I guarantee heat beyond your wildest dreams will be added my friend.


err ... what is a dual-projector 3d polarised DLP home imax setup ?

and how much does it cost
#11
bradford_dr
I'm going to vote cold because LCD, and for that matter LED are both vastly inferior to my dual-projector 3d polarised DLP home imax setup, the cost is irrelevant.

If I could work out how to un-heat comments on this forum, you my friend would be first in line.

The whole point of this site is so that someone who is looking to buy a tv with a particular model of specification or budget in mind can get a decent deal, so if you want to post a better deal either:

a) find this product either significantly lower priced, or with some incentive

OR

b) point the way to where you think you can get a 46" full LED backlit 1080p television from a reputable manufacturer and retailer for less than £800 and I guarantee heat beyond your wildest dreams will be added my friend.


bradford_dr, I think your irony is wasted on Peggy Bedford.

My gut feeling is Peggy Bedford has fallen for the salesman's patter and is trying to justify the extra cost to themselves.
#12
Peggy Bedford
backlit LED is superior to LCD

LCD is about as useless as B+W analogue TV :whistling:


you may be a pretty face love but you still keep posting this crap :)

LED backlit...most likely edge LED backlighting that you are talking about is still LCD technology

my 2 year old sony LCD does just fine btw so its not as useless as you would think :thumbsup:

good price OP have voted hot
#13
Brim
bradford_dr, I think your irony is wasted on Peggy Bedford.

My gut feeling is Peggy Bedford has fallen for the salesman's patter and is trying to justify the extra cost to themselves.


I noticed generally that irony is lost when typing...... ah well.....

as for the setup i mentioned, perhaps i exaggerated somewhat with IMAX, however tomshardware.co.uk has a guide to setting up a polarised dual-projector system for 3d gaming (and video) like its done in actual cinemas - none of this £150 shutter glasses nonsense....
#14
Peggy Bedford talks rubbish !!!......ignore.
#15
What a shame, thought this deserved more heat than it's got.

I have the 40" model and very happy with my purchase, I was sceptical at first being quite firmly in the plasma camp.

However no motion blur, fantastic blacks, loaded with features, love the remote (I know that shouldn't be a big deal but it kinda does make a difference to me at least lol)

USB is a let down, you're not going to get hidef movies playing direct which would have been nice. The 100mb built in network card however will handle 1080p with no fuss from a upnp media server that handles transcoding. This really does raise the usability of the set for me.
#16
good deal voted hot
banned#17
I prefer edge-LED because it is much lighter and thinner and brighter than LCD - and that is why I wudnt
but his one

happy now ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
#18
Peggy Bedford
I prefer edge-LED because it is much lighter and thinner and brighter than LCD - and that is why I wudnt
but his one

happy now ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????


I agree with you Peggy Bedford. LED backlit LCD TVs offer far superior contrast and brightness over their CCFL backlit counterparts. Put simply, their picture quality just look so much better. Not to mention that they actually consume less power.

LED backlit LCDs are definitely worth a premium, but just how much is up to you. You pays your money and you takes your choice.
#19
You guys are going off topic man I just clicked the deal and its 999.99 wtf

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