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Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview £179.99 @ Amazon (720p)
Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview £179.99 @ Amazon (720p)

Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview £179.99 @ Amazon (720p)

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cold sorry because this is not full HD and should be for a sony and at this price point.

Voted hot. Good for a bedroom where you just watch normal TV channels. Not much value in 1080p when 90% of TV channels are not even 720p currently. I like the USB recording feature especially.

Voted hot also. perfect Bedroom TV

seems ok as a tv for a bedroom. Unless someone else can point me something similarly sized with USB output cheaper.

Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, with a cold.

So what's the best value 32" HD TV with 4K?

ezzer72

Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, … Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, with a cold.


Well another small difference is that this is made by Sony rather than Vestel or UMC with a Sony badge stuck on it. I'd probably prefer to get this Sony rather than a Full HD Tecnika, Toshiba, Sharp, or any of the other numerous badged TV's out there. Maybe it's due to me once being in the TV service industry and couldn't face having one in my home

£179 for a Sony 32" LCD is a remarkable price and the perfect demonstration as to why very few TV shops exist on the high street now
Edited by: "spannerzone" 18th Sep 2016

spannerzone

Well another small difference is that this is made by Sony rather than … Well another small difference is that this is made by Sony rather than Vestel or UMC with a Sony badge stuck on it. I'd probably prefer to get this Sony rather than a Full HD Tecnika, Toshiba, Sharp, or any of the other numerous badged TV's out there. Maybe it's due to me once being in the TV service industry and couldn't face having one in my home :D£179 for a Sony 32" LCD is a remarkable price and the perfect demonstration as to why very few TV shops exist on the high street now



​Let's not forget that the cheap brand 1080p models at this price are 40-42"

Definitely paying too much because it's a Sony
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