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Sony KDL32V4000U - £369.99 at Richer Sounds

£369.99 @ Richer Sounds
Hopefully not already posted as I couldn't find it but this seems like a good price. With its stunning contrast ratio of 30,000:1 the Sony KDL32V4000 offers a superb picture quality. Thanks to t… Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Hopefully not already posted as I couldn't find it but this seems like a good price.

With its stunning contrast ratio of 30,000:1 the Sony KDL32V4000 offers a superb picture quality.

Thanks to the latest technology, this 32" Sony HD TV offers a picture more realistic than ever before from a TV of this class. With a raft of picture enhancing technologies from Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) to Auto Noise Reduction, the KDL32-v4000 offers crisp and precise images.

From the company that brought you Blu-ray, you can not only expect the best picture compatibility but also the right selection of sockets to connect it all up. Clearly, Sony understands HDTV, which is why this 32" Sony LCD features a trio of HDMI sockets. Two of the sockets are mounted at the rear of the TV, while the other is side-mounted for easy access - ideal for plugging in an HD camcorder. Thanks to a digital optical output, the KDL32-v4000 can be plugged into your home cinema system. This should give you the scale of sound from Freeview digital TV services to match the 32" HD screen. If you've no room for a separate home cinema system, then the built-in digital amplifier with the newly acquired BBE sound system does an adequate job of providing a spacious and clear sound quality.

With its smart piano black finish and famed style, the Sony KDL32V4000 provides a quality of design that's every bit a match for its performance.

For a 32" HD TV which matches performance with the style, the KDL32v4000 is well worth a look.
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#1
I picked one of these up from ebay for £330 delivered a few month back.

Good price for high street though!
#2
sounds a cracking price to me.
#3
I don't mind people marking this as cold but it would be nice to know why - is there a better price that you know of? I'd love to know and I'm sure everyone else would as well.

Thanks.
#4
surely this is a better tv than the sense 32" that was posted a couple of days ago - although it is £70 more. Can anybody tell me why this one is better than the sense one and the other sony tv 32" on offer from richer sounds which is £20 cheaper?

thanks
#5
"only available in shop" =useless
#6
good
"only available in shop" =useless


lazy?
#7
Im not sure its because people are lazy but because most people work all day so dont get many chances to go to a shop. If they do then its at the weekend and by then a good bargain would have sold out in all likelihood.

Also I have tried to use a number of the offers that are available "in store" and all of them have turned out not to be running at my local store.

Maybe people should just not rate a deal if they dont like "in store" offers rather than make them cold. Thats my take on it anyway.
#8
I really want a 1080P True HD TV.

If you can find me one of those, 32", from a well known manufacturer for under £400 you can have a heat :-D
#9
Richer Sounds have great customer service. Ring them up and reserve one - pick it up when you like. Simple.
#10
instore only so cold???? thats pathetic if you ask me!.

if the TV is a good price and a good brand (Sony V series TV's are great) then its hot, simple as!.
#11
willgimmence
I really want a 1080P True HD TV.

If you can find me one of those, 32", from a well known manufacturer for under £400 you can have a heat :-D


if you can tell the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 32 inch lcd then i suggest you ask seb coe to introduce a "really great eyes" event for London 2012, as you are in with a great chance of a medal.

:thumbsup:
#12
Most Richer Sounds stores have work-friendly opening hours. As part of their way of keeping store running costs down they try and keep the stores open less hours but when most people are free and that means opening later on a weekday and closing later.

And there's always Saturday...

Though if you live in the Highlands neither will help
#13
Geoggy
if you can tell the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 32 inch lcd then i suggest you ask seb coe to introduce a "really great eyes" event for London 2012, as you are in with a great chance of a medal.

:thumbsup:


I don't agree...

Just try lowering the resolution on your PC or 360/PS3 then you will get the idea.
Also viewing distance is lower for higher resolutions' so I'm sure if you sat less than ten feet away you would see the difference.

http://myhometheater.homestead.com/viewingdistancecalculator.html

Personally the more detail I can see; the better! :thumbsup:

Nice price though.. if it isn't a seconds model.
Heat added.
#14
Hi, is this a good model the V series? I will do a google search on it but wanted feedback on the spec, what do you think? Is it worth paying a bit more for a newer model?
Thanks Lisa (new to the tv scene and not a techie)
#15
very good price
#16
blammo
lazy?



heard of a thing call internet shopping\\\\???

in case you haven't , it is there so shoppers can save time and money instead of traveling to a store 50 miles away from home just to find out the shop no longer sells the item they wish to purchase.



it is like most things, eg. cars. people don't use them because they are lazy, but because it is more convenient and economically efficient.


Understand?or is it too difficult for you to comprehend?
:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D
#17
Geoggy
if you can tell the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 32 inch lcd then i suggest you ask seb coe to introduce a "really great eyes" event for London 2012, as you are in with a great chance of a medal.

:thumbsup:

Side by side you can definitely see a difference in HD content. Admittedly not sat 10-15 feet away but 2-3 feet.

And as above just reserve one instore and pick it up at the weekend. Richer Sounds have plenty stores about.
#18
Is it true you can haggle with Richer Sounds staff? Therefore getting this price even lower?
#19
why does this review show it as a 1080? I know its an australian site, but strange sony has given it same number or have i mised something?
http://www.cnet.com.au/tvs/lcd/0,239035307,339289817,00.htm
#20
good
heard of a thing call internet shopping\\\\???

in case you haven't , it is there so shoppers can save time and money instead of traveling to a store 50 miles away from home just to find out the shop no longer sells the item they wish to purchase.



it is like most things, eg. cars. people don't use them because they are lazy, but because it is more convenient and economically efficient.


Understand?or is it too difficult for you to comprehend?
:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D


Yes I comprehend the reasons behind the popularity of internet shopping, i don't comprehend how someone thinks that just because something isn't available online that somehow makes it a 'useless' deal? How does something that is slightly less convenient all of a sudden become 'useless'??

Understand?or is it too difficult for you to comprehend?
#21
Its actually cheaper in digitaldirect, http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl32v4000.html?referredby=google-adwords&gclid=CP2Zq_T29pUCFRSO1QodjHp54Q

But £30 delivery charge = £389.95 delivered
#22
Geoggy
if you can tell the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 32 inch lcd then i suggest you ask seb coe to introduce a "really great eyes" event for London 2012, as you are in with a great chance of a medal.

:thumbsup:


Have a look at http://www.carltonbale.com/2006/11/1080p-does-matter/ - it's got good information on viewing distances/etc.
#23
ZoLa__
Its actually cheaper in digitaldirect, http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl32v4000.html?referredby=google-adwords&gclid=CP2Zq_T29pUCFRSO1QodjHp54Q

But £30 delivery charge = £389.95 delivered


not to mention there £149.95 for a 5 yr warranty and richer add £38
#24
Cold - Gotta be 42" these days!
#25
joeymcjoe
Cold - Gotta be 42" these days!


So post a decent 42" for the same price
#26
joeymcjoe
Cold - Gotta be 42" these days!


You would seriously want a 42" TV if you were sitting a few feet away or had it in a small bedroom?

:)
#27
joeymcjoe
Cold - Gotta be 42" these days!


in no way is that a reason to vote cold!!
#28
Geoggy
if you can tell the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 32 inch lcd then i suggest you ask seb coe to introduce a "really great eyes" event for London 2012, as you are in with a great chance of a medal.

:thumbsup:


HrHr, that made me laugh so hard I snorted potato and leek soup up my nose. :p
#29
There are plenty of people who want a 32" simply because they don't want a huge TV. It wasn't that long ago that 32" was considered quite large and I don't see our lounges or bedrooms getting bigger. If so then why would you not want a top spec 32"?

I have a large lounge but I "only" have a 32" simply because it suits my needs down to the ground with the PS3 etc. I don't want half the wall taken up by a tv, I have pictures for that!
#30
plonky
So post a decent 42" for the same price


Size isn't everything.

I wouldn't want a 42" TV in my living room. More than happy with my 37" Panny Plasma, which fits rather nicely as is doesn't take over whole room. :whistling:
#31
joeymcjoe;3048099
Cold - Gotta be 42" these days!

thank you for explaining why you voted cold but that has got to be one of the worst reasons for voting cold in sometime.
#32
oska
There are plenty of people who want a 32" simply because they don't want a huge TV. It wasn't that long ago that 32" was considered quite large and I don't see our lounges or bedrooms getting bigger. If so then why would you not want a top spec 32"?

I have a large lounge but I "only" have a 32" simply because it suits my needs down to the ground with the PS3 etc. I don't want half the wall taken up by a tv, I have pictures for that!


32" is tiny! I have a 32" and thought it was pretty big until I saw a 42" regularly. Size is perceptive and for me, this is too small-the supposed increased quality in the ACE whatever will not bring large enough benefits to warrent choosing this expensive 32" over a much cheaper one which will deliver the same results.

However, when we get up to large screens the contrast ratio and picture enhancing technologies really do make a difference. Therefore this is not a good deal.
#33
jaffacat
Hi, is this a good model the V series? I will do a google search on it but wanted feedback on the spec, what do you think? Is it worth paying a bit more for a newer model?
Thanks Lisa (new to the tv scene and not a techie)



Lisa, sorry no I cant help you with your question. However I can advise about taking any notice of what most people say on this site. Go to a proper review site. Im afraid most dont know the difference between a decent tv and a fridge. Cheers.

Also the person who voted cold for it not being 42" is just having a giggle. But in truth this is a cold deal simply because its actually not a 46". Cheers
#34
There are no benefits from having a 32" over a 42" unless you cannot afford the small added energy costs or the TV cannot physically fit in your house. Both of these reasons point to someone who is either a) living on a narrowboat and thus doesn't pay council tax so should be able to pay the higher energy costs or b) lives in a very small bedsit and as such would be better using the money saved not buying this TV to get a proper sized flat.

Thank you very much.
#35
YRA
Lisa, sorry no I cant help you with your question. However I can advise about taking any notice of what most people say on this site. Go to a proper review site. Im afraid most dont know the difference between a decent tv and a fridge. Cheers.

Also the person who voted cold for it not being 42" is just having a giggle. But in truth this is a cold deal simply because its actually not a 46". Cheers


Thanks YRA, I have done a google search on this model and doing some serious research.

Cheers Lisa
#36
joeymcjoe
32" is tiny! I have a 32" and thought it was pretty big until I saw a 42" regularly. Size is perceptive and for me, this is too small-the supposed increased quality in the ACE whatever will not bring large enough benefits to warrent choosing this expensive 32" over a much cheaper one which will deliver the same results.

However, when we get up to large screens the contrast ratio and picture enhancing technologies really do make a difference. Therefore this is not a good deal.


Have you seen the quality difference between a good 32" and a bad one? I would suggest saving £100 and buying a poor 32" panel is a far worse investment than buying a good one.

I do agree with you that if you've got the room (and can afford several hundreds more) that it's worth getting a larger screen but thats down to personal choice.

Anyway, I'm not sure whether to take you seriously or not as I'm sure you're just pulling my (and everyone else's) legs :).
#37
joeymcjoe
There are no benefits from having a 32" over a 42" unless you cannot afford the small added energy costs or the TV cannot physically fit in your house. Both of these reasons point to someone who is either a) living on a narrowboat and thus doesn't pay council tax so should be able to pay the higher energy costs or b) lives in a very small bedsit and as such would be better using the money saved not buying this TV to get a proper sized flat.

Thank you very much.

Absolute rubbish I'm afraid. As my post states above some people just don't want a large tv in their house or want it to fit into a certain area. I relate to both these cases. My lounge is large and I could afford larger but I want it in a certain area, between 2 items. Where I sit is about 7ft away from the set.

Also, have you seen the difference between a bottom of the range 32" and one at the higher end? There is a massive difference!
#38
oska
Absolute rubbish I'm afraid. As my post states above some people just don't want a large tv in their house or want it to fit into a certain area. I relate to both these cases. My lounge is large and I could afford larger but I want it in a certain area, between 2 items. Where I sit is about 7ft away from the set.

Also, have you seen the difference between a bottom of the range 32" and one at the higher end? There is a massive difference!


I have a Sony Bravia 32" I picked up from Woolworths via HUKD last year which is only 800:1 and 8ms response time or something similar and still looks great, even when compared to a "top of the range" model like this one here.
This set is not much cheaper than the one I picked up last year, therefore I believe money would be better spent getting a larger model rather than upgrading within the existing class.

Here's a practical example:

You have a VW Polo, you like it. You get a pay rise and now have more money. Do you:
A) Buy the top of the range VW Polo?
B) Buy a better, but less well equipped VW Golf?

I would choose the Golf...
#39
joeymcjoe
I would choose the Golf...


... but what if your garage wasn't big enough? :p
#40
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