sony 15in kdlg2000u digital lcd tv £174.99 pick up only @ Argos

sony 15in kdlg2000u digital lcd tv £174.99 pick up only @ Argos

Found 6th Oct 2007
Television Picture Quality

Integrated digital (freeview).

15in (38.1cm) with 38.1cm visible screen size.

Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels.

Brightness 450 cd/m2.

Contrast ratio 500:1.


1 SCART socket.

PC input socket.

Component video socket.


Headphone socket.

S-video socket.

Side AV socket.

Sound Quality

Nicam sound.

2 x 3w RMS power output.

Digital sound processor.

Freeview Features

Digitally interactive.

Digital text.

Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.

RF loop.

Auto setup.

Auto scan for new channels.

Now and next electronic programme guide.

7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).

Not Top up TV compatible.

Additional Features


UHF and VHF tuners.

Auto setup.

Auto search tuner.

Auto search sorting.

Auto search labelling.

Sleep timer.

Remote control requires 2 x AA batteries (supplied).

230v AC mains operation.

Complete with tabletop stand.

Size of TV (H)36.6, (W)39.4, (D)11.1cm.

Size of TV with stand (H)39.8, (W)39.4, (D)17cm.

Weight of TV 4.8kg.

Weight of stand 1.3kg.

Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not supplied


Good price & random stock too... thanks sid1763

Original Poster

this is the best price i've seen, next best £213 delivered. must be quite popular as there is limited availability. this is no use to me as the nearest store is miles away, but hopefully somebody might be lucky. I found 7 stores it is available in, there might be more - cardiff bay, aberdeen berryden, honiton, inverness eastfield way, fort william, cwmbran, & eastbourne terminus road.

In stock @ Becton (London)

Having a 4:3 TV and Freeview is not a good mix, irrespective of the TV's quality. A 15" will either have two massive lines top and bottom or you'll have to stretch the picture to fit, the only advantage of which is that all the actors look a lot taller and thinner! A 16:9 picture on a 15" 4:3 screen will be around 13", you'll need to sit pretty close or have very good eyesight. :thinking:

A much better (and just as cost-effective) solution is to buy a 16:9 (or more probably a 16:10) 19" LCD with an analogue tuner (these TV's are very good value at the moment) and get Freeview via a set top box.

Original Poster

this is rubbish i have a 4.3 with freeview running through it, and don't have any the problems you mentioned.
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