Sony KDL40EX403U 40" Full HD 1080p Internet TV with Freeview HD LCD - £449.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Cracking price. Down a little more since posted earlier. Use voucher SONYCODE for this price
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#1
already posted this
#2
phillyboy
already posted this
At a higher price
#3
great price. horses for courses(and dont know if this was posted) john lewis have it for 499 but with a 5 year guarantee. both bargains. heat.
#4
It's actually Freeview HD as well, very tempting !
#5
Is 100 Hz???
#6
It's 100 Hz???

Edited By: b547563 on Oct 02, 2010 10:47: Bad question
#7
b547563
It's 100 Hz???
No 50 Hz according to the John Lewis website
#8
May be a daft question but what is an Internet televsion ?

Is it different from a Freeview television ?
#9
moyesdavid1
May be a daft question but what is an Internet televsion ?

Is it different from a Freeview television ?


it let's you access iplayer, youtube and other websites that offer streaming of videos :)
#10
I've got this TV - it's dropped in price so much I'm wondering if there's an inherent fault oO lol

Great TV for the money only thing I would mention is vertical banding issues noticeable when watching footy.
#11
Also DLNA - which means you can stream media from a pc or NAS.
Heat added, but 50hz too blurry?! Worth a punt for the price? How many years warranty you get ? 1y?

Tempted for this or the 100Hz 503 model.... really not sure if extra £100 is worth it... AV Forums and reviews all contradict one another about these two models...
#12
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?
#13
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?


Higher refresh rate helps reduce blur on LCD's
#14
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?

look at a 100 and a 50 in comet, you can really tell the difference. much less blurry in moving scenes. ideal if you like sports, action movies or games etc.
#15
Banzai
Also DLNA - which means you can stream media from a pc or NAS.
Heat added, but 50hz too blurry?! Worth a punt for the price? How many years warranty you get ? 1y?

Tempted for this or the 100Hz 503 model.... really not sure if extra £100 is worth it... AV Forums and reviews all contradict one another about these two models...

halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?


I went from a 100Hz Toshiba to this 50Hz Sony, the difference is minimal, only just noticeable.
On action sequences in films you'd never know - only when ball in motion during football, etc you can marginally pick it out when close up... IMO.
#16
yup,this post is cheaper,thanks.whizzkid
#17
spaceinvader
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?

look at a 100 and a 50 in comet, you can really tell the difference. much less blurry in moving scenes. ideal if you like sports, action movies or games etc.
100Hz on LCD's ruins the look of movie content though with the 'soap opera' effect.
#18
kharma45
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?


Higher refresh rate helps reduce blur on LCD's


Does the hz only matter when buying a LCD TV?
#19
1Jim0
kharma45
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?
Higher refresh rate helps reduce blur on LCD's
Does the hz only matter when buying a LCD TV?

I see these comments so many time and I am so confused. I am looking at a TV for watching Sky, playing blue rays and the PS3. But I thought 100HZ would be better than 50HZ.
I also want a 5year gurantee which is why I avoid amazon
#20
up to £499
#21
sabz786
up to £499
£50 off using the voucher
#22
can u play mkv/h264 video from usb?
like samsung le40c530/580
#23
PierremontQuaker
1Jim0
kharma45
halfpenny
50hz or 100 hz what difference does that make ?
Higher refresh rate helps reduce blur on LCD's
Does the hz only matter when buying a LCD TV?


I see these comments so many time and I am so confused. I am looking at a TV for watching Sky, playing blue rays and the PS3. But I thought 100HZ would be better than 50HZ.
I also want a 5year gurantee which is why I avoid amazon
100Hz has both pros and cons like any technology. Good things it does is keep the motion resolution reasonably high for LCD's (ie most 50Hz 1080p LCD's only have around 300 lines of motion resolution) and it does eradicate any chance of blur, however it does increase input lag which may annoy you if you're a gamer, and it also ruins the look of films.

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