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Sony KDL20S3070U 20" LCD in Pink only £249.97 @ Tesco Direct

£249.97 @ Tesco Direct
Well ordered this for my daughter for XMAS and it arrived today. Very pleased in deed as Curry's are selling this at £344.99 someone may even get a better bargain if you get Curry's to price match… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Well ordered this for my daughter for XMAS and it arrived today.

Very pleased in deed as Curry's are selling this at £344.99 someone may even get a better bargain if you get Curry's to price match.

Just thought I'd share incase anyone else is looking for a pink LCD for the bedroom :)
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#1
http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/4807/sonypinksq8.jpg
#2
Got this TV when Amazon had it for £219.99 with a free wall bracket for my daughter. Very good TV with a great picture.
#3
Great sound for a 20 inch TV too. Hot deal as these were £499 when they were first came out!
#4
Use voucher code XXLV96 for £12 off this.
#5
narcist
Use voucher code XXLV96 for £12 off this.


This code has expired now, but use XXNF4N for £9 off....every little helps!
#6
chavettetastic lol if only they did a blue one!
#7
code for £13 off
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/280300/tesco-direct-vouchers-13-or-9-off-a/
Your order: Standard Delivery

Delivery expected on [COLOR=red]Wednesday 26 November 2008[/COLOR] between 7am-7pm if you checkout before midday ProductPriceSubtotal
£249.97
1 x Sony Bravia 20" Pink TV£249.97
Delivery

DescriptionPriceTotal delivery chargefor this order is£4.85Subtotal after delivery
for this order is£254.82

Discounts & promotions

DescriptionAmountSubtotal after discounts
for this order is£249.97
Free Delivery when you spend Over £50 on Directfor this order is-£4.85
Payments

DescriptionAmountSubtotal after payments
for this order is£236.97
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13 GBP off when you spend 90 GBP at Tesco directfor this order is-£13.00
Total remaining to pay £236.97
Clubcard points earnedfor this order is249
#8
Nice tv but pink only so warm from me...
#9
I bought one of these from Amazon for my daughters room, the SD picture is terrible I think. She does not complain though as shes only 2 :) And just watches her pixar films on it and loves it, matches her room etc.

Is there a setting that I am not using or??
#10
try finding a matching upscaling dvd player, remember it has to be connected via a hdmi cable, will make the picture loads better... unless of course you meant the picture thru freeview or normal tv etc.
#11
pedal
try finding a matching upscaling dvd player, remember it has to be connected via a hdmi cable, will make the picture loads better... unless of course you meant the picture thru freeview or normal tv etc.


SD, as in Standard def not High Def (HD). So yes, Terrestial, Freeview, Sky non-HD, etc. HDMI will make zero difference here.
#12
hdmi would make a difference if the source material can be upscaled.
#13
so is this rubbish for SD?
#14
Sorry I am maybe wrong, although I said SD picture I thought this maybe included a standard DVD picture? I dunno, I am a little cr*p with tv's. Anyway :) Standard picture on a DVD player using a scart lead (A good one) the picture is terrible.

I have not tested through Sky tv or anything, I dont see it being much better at a guess.

The TV itself is lovely, daughter loves it, If I attempted to remove it from her room there would be war :)

Must try a HDMI DVD player and see if that helps, scarts really are dated arnt they?
#15
In plain english... dvds were orginally designed for old fashioned tvs.

LCDs/Plasmas required the picture to be enhanced hence the word "upscaled" and difference is quite amazing.
#16
this has been posted before, the same price
#17
Brewer
SD, as in Standard def not High Def (HD). So yes, Terrestial, Freeview, Sky non-HD, etc. HDMI will make zero difference here.

WRONG! My parents V+ box upscaled via HDMI has much better picture quality, as do DVD's via the upscaling player.
#18
I've sold hundreds of small screen tv's and have to say this is pretty much the best small hd tv for showing standard def. So good I have one myself, not sure whats going wrong in your case but Which also rate this as a best buy and it was either number one or number two of the small screens for them.

Bear in mind though no 20" HD TV is going to look great from a foot away but around 3 feet it looks great.
#19
the2ocan
I've sold hundreds of small screen tv's and have to say this is pretty much the best small hd tv for showing standard def. So good I have one myself, not sure whats going wrong in your case but Which also rate this as a best buy and it was either number one or number two of the small screens for them.

Bear in mind though no 20" HD TV is going to look great from a foot away but around 3 feet it looks great.


Had another look at at again last night (In between Peppa pig and Me too :) ) Even the menu's and settings screens are quite a bad picture (Low resolution).

It could be possible that there is a fault, I dont want to put anyone off buying one by giving bad information, so I will look into it further.
#20
martin1372
Got this TV when Amazon had it for £219.99 with a free wall bracket for my daughter. Very good TV with a great picture.


It amazes me how you guys seem to have bought every TV that's come on offer ,, you must be watching TV in the loo to !
#21
littlewoodsdirect.com have a pink 19" HD lcd with freeview and built in dvd player for £249. with 20% discount voucher got it for £200 for daughters xmas prezzi !!
#22
voted hot
#23
sparkyIreland
I bought one of these from Amazon for my daughters room, the SD picture is terrible I think. She does not complain though as shes only 2 :) And just watches her pixar films on it and loves it, matches her room etc.

Is there a setting that I am not using or??


Spending 200 quid on a TV for a toddler doesn't seem so hot to me!

Now, for my room...
#24
ASDA are selling a 32" TV for 278 only this weekend
#25
Fluff
Spending 200 quid on a TV for a toddler doesn't seem so hot to me!

Now, for my room...



unfortunately for me 200 odd quid on a tv for my daughters room is the least of my worries :p

Im already saving for the mini when shes 17 :p

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