Sony KDL40W2000U 40" 1080p LCD - What HiFi 2006 product of year @ £809.99 - HotUKDeals
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Sony KDL40W2000U 40" 1080p LCD - What HiFi 2006 product of year @ £809.99

£809.99 @ K and Co
40" W-series BRAVIA LCDTV Integrated digital tuner (also receives analogue) Supports 1080p signals 1920x1080 resolution HD Ready 8000:1 contrast ratio SRS Trusurround XT with BBEdigital …
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
40" W-series BRAVIA LCDTV
Integrated digital tuner (also receives analogue)
Supports 1080p signals
1920x1080 resolution
HD Ready
8000:1 contrast ratio
SRS Trusurround XT with BBEdigital
PC input
1 Year Parts Guarantee/1 Year Labour Guarantee

FREE Delivery - Use the 10% EmpireDirect code posted here for this price.

Recommended: Add £19.99 for XtraCard to get 3 year warranty - that's a CHEAP warranty!

I own this TV, it is fab! What HiFi Sound & Vision product of the year 2006... there are some newer models out now in Sony range but this is still alot of TV for the money. I paid around £1400 12 months ago.

Also: Don;t forget 2% QuidCo
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#1
Why is this voted cold? My friend has it and it is an excellent TV. I was just about to order one from Digital Direct for more than this price. Is the problem with Empire?
#2
Don't ask me, with Quidco this is around £794 for a Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel)40" TV.

I've had stuff from Empire Direct before, no problems at all. Also cancelled orders and had full refund no probs.
#3
reading the net forums their seems to be a common bicklight bleed problem with the W series by sony.. :( shame cos its a excellent price
#4
This is a great buy at about £800 and is a current model too.
#5
Re: backlight bleed. I looked into this at the time I bought. It was an issue in early models, and it was said that it was caused by laying the LCD down in the wrong position for a long period. i.e. I think it has be be transported/stored vertically, not horizontally.

I think suppliers and couriers are much more aware of how to handle lcd & plasma screens now, so it shouldn't be an issue. I certainly had not problems.

I used to read the AVforums avidly, but there are so many conflicting viewpoints from "experts" on what is best lcd vs plasma, Sony vs Panasonic vs Pioneer - everyone has a story to tell on the quirks of their TV/device... you end up getting even more confused.

Unless your an absolute home cinema guru do a bit of research, read the reviews (professional and independent) - then go with your gut I say.
#6
How can people have voted this cold, this is an excellent deal.
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