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Sony 40in 1080p LCD TV (KDL40D3500) + Glass TV Stand + DVD Recorder £678.99
Sony 40in 1080p LCD TV (KDL40D3500) + Glass TV Stand + DVD Recorder £678.99

Sony 40in 1080p LCD TV (KDL40D3500) + Glass TV Stand + DVD Recorder £678.99

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Sony 40in KDL40D3500 bundled with a Black Glass TV Stand and a Sony DVD Recorder. The 3% off voucher works bringing it down to £678.99 + 2% Quidco.

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Dont forget to check the Vouchers bit - there's 10% off various items - not sure if it applies to combo packages, but was 10% off LCD TVs rather than 3% - go Vouchers then filter for merchant Empire Direct THEN click the 'new' tab as it only shows 'hot' by default !?!?! 10% off ones expire on Tue 5/5...

[LATER EDIT: Seems those codes aren't live anymore ? eg LCD code EM4549 with edsave worked earlier in the week on another set but not anymore]

These D3500 and the VERY similar V3000 (one more HDMI & redesigned casing) sets have a very good retuation over on AVForums - the V3000 is currently c£720 at best so this with stand and DVD recorder with HMDI upscaling is quite a combo, especially as you can bump the warranty to 3yrs for just c£30. Now whether you could get a John Lewis pricematch and their 'free' 5 year warranty is another matter lol.

Dont forget 2% quidco

So can you use the EM4549 voucher to get 10% off? and then join to become and Ed member for the 3 year warranty??

Seems like a decent package... but it's a pre-order?

Quality deal! Will really look in to this!

Andyrolfe666;2008497

So can you use the EM4549 voucher to get 10% off? and then join to become … So can you use the EM4549 voucher to get 10% off? and then join to become and Ed member for the 3 year warranty??



It was just an IDEA - seems it comes up with "Sorry, this voucher code is invalid" when I actually just tried but it was working earlier in the week with another LCD code EM4549 and edsave

Maybe they've withdrawn the offer, or it was only meant for certain customers

mk-donald;2007495

Dont forget to check the Vouchers bit - there's 10% off various items - … Dont forget to check the Vouchers bit - there's 10% off various items - not sure if it applies to combo packages, but was 10% off LCD TVs rather than 3% - go Vouchers then filter for merchant Empire Direct THEN click the 'new' tab as it only shows 'hot' by default !?!?! 10% off ones expire on Tue 5/5....



Unfortunately whilst you can get 10 % off the basic TV - also a bargain - the 10% code does not work on the packages. The 3% code does.

Also note the DVD recorder is an old model and has an analogue tuner only.

madtriad;2008550

Seems like a decent package... but it's a pre-order?



Pre-order ? Their website explicitly says "Availability : In Stock"

Though there is a link to it from the ED homepage too so not sure how long it would stay "in stock".

If you aren't buying through a referal site for any cashback then in the past it was best to PHONE UP and purchase from ED as their online system was LAGGED by comparison with their phone operators - yes really :oops: So phone orders got delivered and online orders got sorry it's gone out of stock!

(Again not sure if the 10% discount codes are still working or were ever working for combos like this or who the discount was meant for/restricted to - was just giving a tip in hope of saving you £.)

Also note the DVD recorder is an old model and has an analogue tuner only.



Really good point! The DVD RDR-GX350 manual (after a lot of searching) on the Sony Europe website as a PDF here
pdf.crse.com/man…pdf
There was a Digital Spy thread about it over Xmas at
digitalspy.co.uk/for…550

And if one was after the TV manual it's on Sony Europe site too (5MB though)
pdf.crse.com/man…pdf

BTW: The reason I know anything about this was I that I had it in my sights on ED at £699 for the TV, then it leapt to £749 and meanwhile I found John Lewis would NKU Price Match a retailer for the 3x HDMI 40v3000 at £699 with 5yr warranty so that swung it for me. However if one wanted one of those stands and an (Analog) DVD Recorder with HDMI upscaling this offer ain't half bad with 3yrs warranty in my view

mk-donald;2008789

Pre-order ? Their website explicitly says "Availability : In Stock"Though … Pre-order ? Their website explicitly says "Availability : In Stock"Though there is a link to it from the ED homepage too so not sure how long it would stay "in stock".



At the time I posted it said Pre-order, obviously it's been updated since!

Ordered.

Many thanks to the op and mk-donald. Was looking for a decent tv to fit my student budget!

Will rep both of you.

madtriad;2008922

At the time I posted it said Pre-order, obviously it's been updated since!



Its been saying in stock on my IP since 18.00 as was checking every 5-10 mins to see if it was still available whilst I checked out the credentials of the kit on AVForums etc.

Leadbeter;2008975

Its been saying in stock on my IP since 18.00 as was checking every 5-10 … Its been saying in stock on my IP since 18.00 as was checking every 5-10 mins to see if it was still available whilst I checked out the credentials of the kit on AVForums etc.



Could you give a link to the AVF thread. I've searched but not coming up with much on there! Have already ordered but would still like to see......

pakichan;2008987

Could you give a link to the AVF thread. I've searched but not coming up … Could you give a link to the AVF thread. I've searched but not coming up with much on there! Have already ordered but would still like to see......



]http//ww…500

There are several others also - use the search in AVF and put in "40D3500"

Leadbeter;2008975

Its been saying in stock on my IP since 18.00 as was checking every 5-10 … Its been saying in stock on my IP since 18.00 as was checking every 5-10 mins to see if it was still available whilst I checked out the credentials of the kit on AVForums etc.



Very strange then, must have only been for a very brief period, that or the server must be messing with me. Anyway, it's available now and that's what matters

There is a Sony Bravia Product Wizard online at
sony.co.uk/wiz…ard

If you choose 40" and Black and £1000+
it shows the KDL-D3500 & KDL-40V3000 and has ability to compare for instance.

To make that comparison REALLY simple here's a link to an Adobe PDF - ie an on-screen printout of that comparison of the two models. The black emboldening is the SONY website highlighting the differences between the two columns. I have not edited or tailored the comparison in anyway - it's straight from the horses mouth (though how accurate Sony website is could be another debatable point). It is a 65KB Adobe PDF to view in Reader.
cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/sel…pdf

The areas of TECHNICAL (rather than SUBJECTIVE) difference show as:
Digital Audio Output (optical)
The 3rd HDMI
Size/case-finish/weight/power consumption
Brightness
1cm of screen size (but same inches !)

How does this set compare to the 40v3000 is it better or worse?

Consensus is that D3500 and V3000 are same except V3000 has an extra HDMI and is a bit better styled.

I've been waiting for a good deal on the 40v3000 or 40d3500

John Lewis were going to give me the 40v3000 for £715 I think with 5 year warranty.
I think I'm happier with this, I could sell the stand and dvd if I feel no need for them and save cash on the tele.

I LOVE YOU!!:-D:thumbsup:

Taken the plunge as well, as this deal is HOT! Much better value than the Hitachi 42" at Argos. This Sony is effectively a "Which" Best Buy, the stand and DVD-R make a good deal great! Thank you! Heat and Rep to OP and mk-d. Now for the Quidco....

Firstly - thx to the OP.

Just to check i've got my order right - is the best available deal with the 3 yr extended warranty card coming in at £708.98? ( + the 2% via quidco)

TIA Fraz

mk-donald;2008789

BTW: The reason I know anything about this was I that I had it in my … BTW: The reason I know anything about this was I that I had it in my sights on ED at £699 for the TV, then it leapt to £749 and meanwhile I found John Lewis would NKU Price Match a retailer for the 3x HDMI 40v3000 at £699 with 5yr warranty so that swung it for me. However if one wanted one of those stands and an (Analog) DVD Recorder with HDMI upscaling this offer ain't half bad with 3yrs warranty in my view



where can I get the v3000 for £699 so I can get it pricematched? Was it sound & vision?

frazman, I can't answer your question directly I'm afraid, but my understanding is that the 2year extended warranty (the first year is covered by the SOG act anyway) will cost an extra £89.97. That is 3 years membership of edXtra, the first year to qualify for the "free 3 year Guarantee" and two more years to remain eligible:

Free 3 year guarantee includes manufacturers warranty period. Additional … Free 3 year guarantee includes manufacturers warranty period. Additional guarantee refers to ’standard guarantee’. Click here.


So the total cost comes to £768.96. Of course you will get the special offers available only for members, and maybe £89.97 is a bargain for a two year extended warranty, and maybe I've got it wrong anyway. Personally I didn't go for it, Extended Warranties don't have a good reputation and I never buy them! Famous last words!

muttyhc;2012758

where can I get the v3000 for £699 so I can get it pricematched? Was it … where can I get the v3000 for £699 so I can get it pricematched? Was it sound & vision?



Indeed it was - gone up to around £720 last time I looked though. Got mine delivered today so setting it up this evening

Good job ED management don't think like Comet's I guess as had a laughter filled coffee break - read newspaper and found a full page Comet advertisement trumpetting "upto 20%" off some of their TVs - when you look it says "when bought with stand" and then goes on to list sets with (for example) £199.99 stands :oops: Made me check their website which shows £964.98 for the KDL-40d3500 with a stand and the only mention of a 3-yr warranty has £179.99 against it - so that's £1144.97 and still haven't added a DVD recorder :oops: Mind you they are showing the KDL-40v3000 at £799.99, presumably to match Curry's to Tue 5/5 price, similarly John Lewis is also showing £799.99 for that model now with their 5yr warranty (down £200 on yesterday), and only £80 more than cheapest around.

Just a final tip to the not-yet-learned : buying a £50 HDMI cable, especially a 1m one, is likely to be a very, very expensive waste of money. Most competently made 2m cables sell for approx £10 and will work perfectly even for 1080p signals.

ozodimal;2012864

frazman, I can't answer your question directly I'm afraid, but my … frazman, I can't answer your question directly I'm afraid, but my understanding is that the 2year extended warranty (the first year is covered by the SOG act anyway) will cost an extra £89.97. That is 3 years membership of edXtra, the first year to qualify for the "free 3 year Guarantee" and two more years to remain eligible:



Ah - hadn't realised that sublety - if that's accurate, ie that you have to remain a member throughput the period then the £90 for 2 years additional warranty over makers' 1yr seems a bit steep - especially when without ANY arguing you can get the KDL-40v3000 from John Lewis for £799 with 5yr JL guarantee (and still have 28 days to try to find a cheaper instock retail store to get a Never Knowingly Undersold price match rebate against - eg possibly down to c£720). Of course that wouldn't come with a stand/recorder - see johnlewis.com/230…spx

Regardless of any warranty, you have your legal rights against the retailer (and creditcard/finance if over £100 spent on finance) for up to 6 yrs, although obviously as time goes by the right to a working/fit for purpose set becomes less & less, that's what's debatable/arguable in the law courts - which is what an extended warranty can avoid the need for.

PS:
Pleased to see from later posting that the ED 3yr doesn't require 3yrs of membership just the one! My folks got their 42" 1080p Sharp at a then 'bargain' £1100 16m back now and had good service - including a prompt no quibble replacement 28 days in as the first set had a fault (and in those days loads of MutualPoints that gave them a £70 M&S voucher treat).

hey guys,
does this bundle come with an hdmi cable?

if not, where's a cheap one?
only needs to be 1m as it's gonna be on the glass stand or my current av unit.
may also need a 2m for pc

ozodimal;2012864

frazman, I can't answer your question directly I'm afraid, but my … frazman, I can't answer your question directly I'm afraid, but my understanding is that the 2year extended warranty (the first year is covered by the SOG act anyway) will cost an extra £89.97. That is 3 years membership of edXtra, the first year to qualify for the "free 3 year Guarantee" and two more years to remain eligible:So the total cost comes to £768.96. Of course you will get the special offers available only for members, and maybe £89.97 is a bargain for a two year extended warranty, and maybe I've got it wrong anyway. Personally I didn't go for it, Extended Warranties don't have a good reputation and I never buy them! Famous last words!





i dont see anywhere in the terms and conditions that you have to remain a member to be eligible for the last years of the extra warranty.

t and c's

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dont see anywhere in the terms and conditions that you have to remain a … dont see anywhere in the terms and conditions that you have to remain a member to be eligible for the last years of the extra warranty.


Well no, but I don't see anywhere in the t's and c's that you don't have to either. What I do see in you list doesn't fill me with too much confidence though, shelo, eg nos. 8, 11 and 12. The list of repair/replacement exclusions: eg nos. 11, 12, 13, 14 and 19 will exclude a lot of claims. It all looks to me about as comprehensive as my bank's free travel insurance, which is to all intents and purposes free of any practical travel insurance!

I called them up and they said that even once membership ends, the guarantee continues, so good times.

Also, we bought a 50" Sony tv about 2.5 years ago with 5 years insurance from ED. About 18 months later, the TV developed a fault. We had a repairman come round within the week and everything was sorted.Having said that, the insurance was covered by Domgen (who are excellent) with ED as the broker.

Not sure how good this guarantee will be, but I hope it's up to scratch!

HarryB;2013081

hey guys, does this bundle come with an hdmi cable?if not, where's a … hey guys, does this bundle come with an hdmi cable?if not, where's a cheap one?only needs to be 1m as it's gonna be on the glass stand or my current av unit. may also need a 2m for pc



Dont underestimate how long a cable needs to be if you are for instance going to pull out a DVD player to do anything on the back that adds 30-50cm, or if you are going to route the cable from the connector (which might be near an edge) across to the centre of the TV so it can run down out of sight behind the central stand etc. I speak from experience of thinking a 1m or 1.2m was going to be long enough but really needed at least 1.8m.

As long as you are keeping to only a few meters, 10m maximum, just about any HDMI cable should work 100% successfully AS LONG AS its connectors are properly spec'd/made and the cables been properly made.

Incidentally there is NO such thing as a HDMI 1.3 cable - there are only STANDARD or Cat 1 spec cables which are certified at upto 1080i pictures, and HIGH SPEED or Cat 2 for anything beyond that, eg 1080p. See hdmi.org/lea…spx But very few manufacturers bother to go through that licensing system.

In my view : £10 should buy a 2m cable with a 'quality look and feel' to it, £5 for a 2m cable that does the job but hasn't had anything spent of aesthetics or 'lifetime warranty'. (After all last month I only paid £27 for a HD-DVD player that came with a Toshiba validated 2m 1080p HDMI cable Sorry just being smug there - not a fair comparison really - though I do blame that HD-DVD player and BBC/ITV FreeSat that's coming next week with HD for my spending £700 on a 40" 1080P set.)

eg checkout the ebuyer vast range of cables at ebuyer.com/sto…DMI
though they do charge for P&P unless £50+ - hence the 2 x 2m for £10 delivered.

Just want to say that I got this today too. Picked it up instore and watching it now.. VERY pleased with this TV.
Got a better deal than most too.. asked for the 10% off the £699 and the guy ummed and ahhed, and then tried to put it thru at £630, didnt work at first, but then he put an override code in and it went thru. So £630 for this TV/DVD recorder/Stand.. delighted.... maybe you should try your luck too...!

Charlie.

charlie71;2016245

Just want to say that I got this today too. Picked it up instore and … Just want to say that I got this today too. Picked it up instore and watching it now.. VERY pleased with this TV. Got a better deal than most too.. asked for the 10% off the £699 and the guy ummed and ahhed, and then tried to put it thru at £630, didnt work at first, but then he put an override code in and it went thru. So £630 for this TV/DVD recorder/Stand.. delighted.... maybe you should try your luck too...!Charlie.



Charlie - if you don't ask, you don't get - the worst he could do is say NO pay the list price. Jolly well done guy! That is one HOT UK DEAL :thumbsup:

I would suggest using half that saving to add the 2nd/3yr warranty for £30 membership - you can phone up tomorrow and find out for everyone if you can 'retrobuy' it :whistling:

Bedtime tonight is watching my first HD-DVD 1080p/24 on my 40v3000 :w00t:

Link not working. I have a horrid feeling this has juts expired. Damn was such a good deal too

Stig_Marshall;2019827

Link not working. I have a horrid feeling this has juts expired. Damn was … Link not working. I have a horrid feeling this has juts expired. Damn was such a good deal too



Indeed it has.

Mines being delivered Tuesday.

Mine was delivered today at 10am... took me 4 hours to actually take it all out it's box, though... delivery man had to deal with a very hungover customer...he took the tv upstairs for me

Anyway, the tele is good, the dvd recorder isn't much use to me, but I'll keep it anyway as a quiet dvd player, take the burden off the 360.

Great service, really quck to deliver and they rang me yesterday to let me know it didn't come with an HDMI cable and didn't try and push one on me either.

That was one fine spot by Danderham for those lucky enough to get in in time. My v.similar KDL-40v3000 gives an amazing picture when fed with a HD source and at 40" is still wowing me with standard Freeview pictures after 22" & 32" norms. Later this month I plan to [url]www.freesat.co.uk[/url] to gain some more HD sources...

Original Poster

Does indeed seem to be expired now. Mine is being delivered on Thursday, not too sure if I'll keep the DVD recorder yet. Just need a PS3 to play them HD movies on and Sky HD now... this could get expensive!

the dvd records a very dark picture and there doesn't seem to be a way of correcting this! anyone help? I'm connecting it by hdmi. recorded the matrix 3 last night and it's too dark compared to when i flicked over and watched it through the aerial on the tv, not the recorder.:?

Just spoke to ED on 01132351770 (Saynoto0870!). My order is awaiting stock, due in later in week. They are adamant that it is secured, so asked about EdXtra Card. Pakichan's post confirmed, ie 1 Year's membership only required to secure 3 year guarantee and it could be added to the order. Did just that as £30 for 2 year extended guarantee is a good deal. Pointed out that the wording is ambiguous and that I and others read it as 3 year's membership required. Was told that others can do the same as I, ie get cover now, even though their order is already in. Hope that helps. Apologies if my earlier interpretation misled others as it did me.

HarryB;2022461

Mine was delivered today at 10am... took me 4 hours to actually take it … Mine was delivered today at 10am... took me 4 hours to actually take it all out it's box, though... delivery man had to deal with a very hungover customer...he took the tv upstairs for me :DAnyway, the tele is good, the dvd recorder isn't much use to me, but I'll keep it anyway as a quiet dvd player, take the burden off the 360.Great service, really quck to deliver and they rang me yesterday to let me know it didn't come with an HDMI cable and didn't try and push one on me either.



Please tell me it took you 4 hours to unbox it because you were hungover! I'm gonna be back late from work tomorrow and wanna get this set up asap!

haha yeah, very quick to unbox it's just I felt so ill I couldnt facedoing it for 4 hours.

The box sits upright. you pull some plastic clips out the bottom and lift the box off the tv I was scared I'd have to try and tip it out or something...take you no time at all. Not built the glass stand yet, waiting until I get an htpc
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