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Sony Bravia KDL40W5500U 40-inch Widescreen £699.94 at Amazon and Dixons
Sony Bravia KDL40W5500U 40-inch Widescreen £699.94 at Amazon and Dixons

Sony Bravia KDL40W5500U 40-inch Widescreen £699.94 at Amazon and Dixons

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I was looking at getting this TV recently and the price was at least £100 dearer than this. The deal is on at Amazon and Dixons, not sure what price it will be in Dixons stores. Can anyone confirm that the in store price would be the same?

Product Features

* Intelligent software creates additional frames with Motionflow 100Hz to reduce blur during fast-moving images
* BRAVIA ENGINE 3 for unique HD picture enhancement technology delivering unbeatable image quality
* Dynamic Contrast of 100,000:1 to deliver high levels of detail in darker scenes
* DLNA technology to share your multimedia content with DLNA certified devices in your home network
* USB Media Player allows easy access to photos, music and video through your TV

7 Comments

Dixons dont have any stores now only online all old Dixons stores are Currys now as they are all the same company anyway

Good price for the tv!

I work in a currys store and no they won't match dixons prices, if you want it you'll have to buy it online.

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Same price there and for £69 get a 5 year warranty.:thumbsup:

Go in and haggle a bit and you might get a bit more discount or some freebies thrown in.

Or with Blu Ray player for same price if you can trade in an old TV ]here

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I want it in 46" ... for the same price

Peggy Bedford;6874735

I want it in 46" ... for the same price



is that your haggling technique?

SUPERCOOLWILLOW;6874210

Dixons dont have any stores now only online all old Dixons stores are … Dixons dont have any stores now only online all old Dixons stores are Currys now as they are all the same company anyway



Personally I'd buy it from Amazon not Dixons/Currys/PC World, Amazons after sales support it much better, to be honest it couldn't really get any worse then DSG (Dixons Stores Group)
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