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SONY KDL40S2530 40" HD Ready digital LCD TV £599.98

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Just did a quick Google search and this is the cheapest price (free delivery) around at the moment for this model-not sure if attached voucher works?

Amazon are selling this for £799.99 including delivery!

The Sony KDL40S2530 40" HD Ready digital LCD TV has brilliant picture quality with superb colour and sharpeness. It has integrated TV receiver for more channels. Boasts picture enhancement technology. Picture Enhancement - Bravia Engine
Contrast - 5000 : 1 (Dynamic)
Sound type - SRS Trusurround XT
Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1xComponent, 1xPC
Visible Screen Size - 39.5"
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#1
this makes me very sad.

this time last year(2007) I brought the 32" 2530 which was the new sony model out at the time. The 32" cost me £815 the cheapest i could find. A year later & for slightly less than what I paid I could of had a bigger screen.lol
the 32" version you can pickup for around £500 now. Just shows you how much prices of LCD tv's have dropped over the last 12 months.

If anyone is buying this TV I recomend it. I would go back and buy another of these sony 2530's without hesitation.
#2
Contrast ratio seems a bit low compared to other TV's.

Still looks like a good price though
#3
andrewr;1462177
Contrast ratio seems a bit low compared to other TV's.

Still looks like a good price though

most manufacturers seem to have their own way of measuring contrast....
#4
£585 with 2% quidco
#5
****** out of stock at mine
#6
worth spending a little more for a newer model to be future proof - just ordered a Samsung 46" 1080p, the current model for £999! COOOOL!
#7
Seems like they're all gone.
#8
jakenjo
worth spending a little more for a newer model to be future proof - just ordered a Samsung 46" 1080p, the current model for £999! COOOOL!


Where from as im looking for a 46 or 50" bargain
#9
u cant be future proof...
personally im saving my pennies as i have NO HD content to watch and i see some nice led back lite / 120hz tv's out this year.
#10
Beware that this is a very old model.

There are at least 3 series of 40" Sony LCDs that have succeeded this. And more than one model within those series.

In fact unless I'm wrong the series have gone:

S
T
U
D
W
X

Which makes the S series really rather old!
#11
jakenjo
worth spending a little more for a newer model to be future proof - just ordered a Samsung 46" 1080p, the current model for £999! COOOOL!


If you don't know what technology will be released for certain over the next few years, it removes the idea of future proof. Marketing hype is all that comes to mind.
#12
Knowledge1973
Where from as im looking for a 46 or 50" bargain



it is a bargain and good too!
#13
mccormickja
Beware that this is a very old model.

There are at least 3 series of 40" Sony LCDs that have succeeded this. And more than one model within those series.

In fact unless I'm wrong the series have gone:

S
T
U
D
W
X

Which makes the S series really rather old!


YAY Thank you!
#14
Blanco
If you don't know what technology will be released for certain over the next few years, it removes the idea of future proof. Marketing hype is all that comes to mind.


For most tvs yeah, I could have had the lower model, saving a hundred, but it wasn't as future proof as this one... know what i'm talking about... have been looking for the right deal for ages. £1500 elsewhere generally in your usual rip off stores and seeing as the next model is already on the market, I compared them both... just as good as this one, just a marketing added extra on the screen.
#15
jakenjo
For most tvs yeah, I could have had the lower model, saving a hundred, but it wasn't as future proof as this one... know what i'm talking about... have been looking for the right deal for ages. £1500 elsewhere generally in your usual rip off stores and seeing as the next model is already on the market, I compared them both... just as good as this one, just a marketing added extra on the screen.


So are you going to share where you got this bargain then?
#16
mccormickja
Beware that this is a very old model.

There are at least 3 series of 40" Sony LCDs that have succeeded this. And more than one model within those series.

In fact unless I'm wrong the series have gone:

S
T
U
D
W
X

Which makes the S series really rather old!


You're confusing product lines for generational updates, it's not the letters, it's the following number that you look for. The S2xxx series was replaced by the S3xxx series last year.

Neither the T nor the U (or P) are higher up models than the S range BTW, those are lower end models.
#17
so all in all is this tv worth the money?
#18
If you're willing to forfeit real HD for "HD Ready"
#19
Is this tv the same as this?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL40S2530U-Widescreen-Bravia-Freeview/dp/B000MD2WFG/ref=pd_bbs_1?ie=UTF8&s=gateway&qid=1200521280&sr=8-1
Looks the same however reading about the series post now im not too sure...:?
#20
#21
JustExtreme
If you're willing to forfeit real HD for "HD Ready"


which depends on if you have a 'real' HD source :thumbsup:
#22
Knowledge1973
So are you going to share where you got this bargain then?




I found it on Price Runner at xmas - not sure if it's there anymore.

They are going from around £1070 delivered now. Must have got myself a bargain!
#23
raagil
which depends on if you have a 'real' HD source :thumbsup:


Yeah, you tell em mate, lol
#24
"SORRY
Due to high demand the following item(s) are currently unavailable.
SONY KDL40S2530 40" HD Ready digital LCD TV"

Am I missing something?

It's been saying that since the deal was posted, yet people still seem to be voting hot.

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