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Sony Bravia P Series 40" 40P3020 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV - WOW !!!! P Series !!!! just £529.99 @ Play = £470 OFF !!!!!
Sony Bravia P Series 40" 40P3020 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV  - WOW !!!!  P Series !!!!       just £529.99 @ Play    = £470 OFF !!!!!

Sony Bravia P Series 40" 40P3020 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV - WOW !!!! P Series !!!! just £529.99 @ Play = £470 OFF !!!!!

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Was £999.99
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Amazing price for a Sony Bravia P series


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Screen size: 40'' (16:9): HD Ready
Dynamic Contrast: 8000:1
Brightness: 500 cd/m2
Response Time: 8 msec
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Bravia Engine picture technology for enhanced depth, clarity and definition
Bravia Theatre Sync enabling you to operate your TV and entire home cinema system by pushing one single button
HD Ready for the display of High Definition signals, i.e. Playstation 3, Blu-Ray, etc.
2 x HDMI inputs for easy connectivity
Built-in Digital TV (MPEG 2) terrestrial tuner (also receives analogue)
Ultra-wide 178° viewing angle for clear images from wherever you are looking
BBE ViVA high quality sound and built-in Virtual Dolby creating the effect of full surround sound from just 2 front speakers
Audio Description compatible allowing for blind or partially sighted people to follow television programmes
Video Signal: 480p / 576p / 720p / 1080i
On Screen Contrast: 1500:1
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HD Ready 40" P3020 LCD Sony Bravia TV, featuring Bravia Engine picture enhancement, Bravia Theatre Sync for one-click control over your home entertainment system, ultra-wide viewing angle, wall mount options and 2 HDMI inputs to easily connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-Ray.

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I think "amazing" might be stretching it a bit :whistling:

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toonarmani;7013236

I think "amazing" might be stretching it a bit :whistling:




but it's a P series

Peggy Bedford;7013316

but it's a P series



and that means? :thinking::thinking:

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I think the P stands for Prehistoric - its only got two HDMI's and its not even 1080p.

Was just about to post when my Firefox crashed. >.> Anyway, yeah. This is a very old model. Don't waste your money. If it's not full HD (1080p) in 2009, don't buy it.

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UpYours2;7013440

I think the P stands for Prehistoric - its only got two HDMI's and its … I think the P stands for Prehistoric - its only got two HDMI's and its not even 1080p.



what do you expect for this price ? .. maybe you should stick to a Technika from Tescos:whistling:

Probably better off with the Sainsbury's deal posted yesterday for the W series, only a little more and much better TV. :whistling:

poor poor choice !

just 8000:1 contrast

and only HD ready not HD 1080p

cold cold cold

I knew this deal was too good to be true! COLD!

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KPGrimmy;7013517

Probably better off with the Sainsbury's deal posted yesterday for the W … Probably better off with the Sainsbury's deal posted yesterday for the W series, only a little more and much better TV. :whistling:



I cant find it

So, is it one letter up each year? like P, Q, R, S (sure you know your alphabet, not meaning to talk down to yous)

PS, this is very cold product, the W series annihilates the P series (I am surprised the P series exists anywhere)

equalityforall;7014000

So, is it one letter up each year? like P, Q, R, S (sure you know your … So, is it one letter up each year? like P, Q, R, S (sure you know your alphabet, not meaning to talk down to yous)



No, different letters represent the level of spec.

Usually, the higher the letter the better, with X being 'top of the range'. :thumbsup:
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