Sony KDL40U2000 - 40" Widescreen Bravia HD Ready LCD TV With FreeView £929.98 Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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This is the lowest price for a Sony Bravia 40" LCD TV with HDMI connectivity and digital FreeView, at just £899 before delivery. Although it's screen resolution isn't the highest in their range, at this price it's an excellent buy I think. I'm sure a lot of you have some helpful informtaion and know more of its pros and cons than I do. So please post under "Comments" from the front page. Thanks!

Features: 40'' hd ready lcd tv * wxga panel (1366 x 768) * intergrated digital tuner * 3d comb filter * 1 x hdmi * 2 x scart * 1 x component input * 1 x s+ composite video * pc input * vesa compatible
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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]
[LEFT]SONY BRAVIA
The experience like no other,
just got even better.
BRAVIA is fast becoming synonymous with a quality of colour and a clarity of detail that no comparable LCD TV can match - a picture so good it enhances the viewing experience, no matter what you like to watch. With the incredibly successful launch of BRAVIA, the new Sony FTV and 3LCD range is ready to take the market by storm with its new model launches. The new entry model U-Series features high resolution image processors, integrated digital tuner and is HD ready with HDMI input.[/LEFT]

HD Ready. So you can experience High Definition on our BRAVIA range.
BRAVIA U-Series large screen televisions are High Definition (HD) ready. The HD signal will contain nearly five times the information of a conventional signal and bring even more lifelike imagery to your favourite programmes and movies.


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HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
This is a high-bandwidth video connection that carries digitized RGB picture information and can support copy-protection methods. The HDMI specification allows for the presentation device and display device to agree on an optimal picture size and resolution to ensure the highest quality picture automatically. The multi-pin HDMI interface transfers uncompressed digital video with copy protection and multichannel audio. Using an adapter, HDMI is backward-compatible with most current DVI connections.
And with HDMI™ your BRAVIA LCD TV can be linked to other future HD sources, such as Blu-Ray players, next generation games consoles and HD camcorders.
#3
This is the base model and this is being replaced soon.
#4
Doh!!
#5
Hi, we are looking for a new Tv after the problems with our current one. Was after a Sony Bravia is this a good deal or should i give it a miss?
#6
This ain't bad if you want a big bravia.

But for the money you can get a 42" Full HD 1920x1080, twice pixels of this one, showing most HD stuff in native form where this Sony would downscale to 720P, which admitedly would be ok from a living room couch, but mo re detail is nice and full hd much nicer for a living room pc/laptop 2nd monitor setup.
#7
I'm also looking for a 42" with 1920 res for around the price of this tv, still holding on for the right deal Toshiba 42WLT66 is in the lead for now but the only reason i haven't bought it yet is it's 1080i and i would prefere 1080p

Hopefully the deal for me is around the corner, i already bought the stand.....lol
#8
Well i have ordered it. Hopefully i havent made a huge mistake. Does anyone know of any stand bargains floating around???
#9
lisaloo
Well i have ordered it. Hopefully i havent made a huge mistake. Does anyone know of any stand bargains floating around???


Not off hand i'm afriad, i bought my stand from this deal posted last week HERE, but this was deal of the day so it's expired i'm afriad....very nice stand it is too
#10
Anyone have experience of the W2000? It's the one i've been looking at, it won awards recently.
#11
horacehogarth
Anyone have experience of the W2000? It's the one i've been looking at, it won awards recently.

The W series is the daddy and it's not cheap either.
#12
Try this for a stand ....been posted before hope it helps.....nice for the money.

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=98233
#13
lisaloo
Well i have ordered it. Hopefully i havent made a huge mistake. Does anyone know of any stand bargains floating around???
Nice one on Argos that goes well with this: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=37814&highlight=sona £100 now though...
#15
smokedog
The W series is the daddy and it's not cheap either.

The X series is the daddy, and that really aint cheap.

Here is a typical Sony LCD model number

KDL46V2000U

This number can be split up into 5 different parts - KDL - 46 - V - 2000 - U

KDL

The first part tells you about the TV's tuner. KLV- means an Analogue tuner. KDL- means that the TV is equipped with a digital one and can pick up Digital Terrestrial broadcasts ("Freeview" in the UK).

46

This is the size of the screen in inches.

V

This is the series number. There are 6 different letters that you can find here (U, S, V, X, W & E).

The U-Series:
The "value" range. The bottom range, designed to be cheap and sold at supermarkets and the like.

The S-Series:
One step up. The new S-Series models (KDL-xxS2000) feature the BRAVIA Engine technology. The older ones (KDL-SxxA12) do not.

The V-Series:
This is the affordable higher end option. They have always featured picture cleanup technology. The first BRAVIAs used "WEGA Engine", but the new ones use "BRAVIA Engine". The upcoming "V2000" versions also feature the new "Live Colour Creation" backlight, which apparently produces far better colour reproduction.

The X-Series :
These are the best ones available but only come in 40" and above sizes. They take the features of the V-Series, add full high-def (1920x1280) screen resolution, 2x HDMI inputs, and 2x Component inputs. The picture quality is also slightly better than the V-Series. The X-Series also features BRAVIA ENGINE EX and Digital Reality Creation, which are both included to enhance the quality of the picture specifically for large, high-res panels.

The W-Series:
They feature the S-Master digital amplifier, 1366x768 resolution, and 1 HDMI input. They are still one of the "prestigious" Sony models.

The E - Series:
These are the Rear Projection TVs that are based off an LCD technology.

2000

This is the colour of the TV's casing and does not change the technical spec of the TV.

2000 - Grey
2010 - Dark Grey
2020 - Silver

U

The "U" suffix means "United Kingdom". Continental Europe has the "E" suffix.

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