Sony Bravia S Series 37" 37S5500 HD 1080p Freeview Widescreen LCD TV (Includes Sony 3 Year Guarantee) £479.99 @ Play
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Sony Bravia S Series 37" 37S5500 HD 1080p Freeview Widescreen LCD TV (Includes Sony 3 Year Guarantee) £479.99 @ Play

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Found 4th Mar 2010
Cant see this anywhere else. Hope it helps someone out.

* Key Features
* 37" HD 1080p (1920 x 1080)
* BRAVIA Engine 2
* Integrated digital tuner
* BRAVIA Sync
* HDMI LEC
* 3 x HDMI
* USB photo and music
* Eco Settings
* Scene Selection
* PC Input

Description

A BRAVIA LCD TV is no ordinary television. Design is sleeker, pictures are brighter, details clearer. All BRAVIA televisions are HD Ready with 2 HDMI connections as a minimum and come with an integrated digital tuner so there is no need for a set-top box to view Freeview TV and radio channels. After all advanced technology should simply mean technology that does more for you.

The stunningly designed 37" & 40" BRAVIA S5500 has Full HD1080 capability, letting you enjoy cinema quality entertainment at home. Powered by the BRAVIA Engine 2 processor, it delivers superb picture quality with vivid colours and sharp edges. Dynamic Contrast up to 33,000:1 gives the picture incredible depth and detail. And for true versatility, USB connectivity allows playback of both music and photos directly through your TV.

6 Comments

Sony's S-Series is their basic range, correct? Then surely it should be in-line with other brands, as there is no real premium in this range?

I mean, this telly, being an S-Series, should be closer to £379... I understand the W/V/Z-series to command a higher price, but not this!

BTW - not voted, just trying to start up a debate about the value of a brand...

Original Poster

I fully agree but heyho its not closer to £379 itscloser to £479 but definatley better than The rrp of £899. Take it up with the retailer dont shoot the mesenger.
Anyway I thought this was for posting deals that may be helpful to someone not debating the value of the brand. Try AV Forums for that.

jockgee ftw!

I have this tv. Don't get it. Sony charge a premium but they fall short on quality. Got a panasonic v10 after and believe me the panny deserves all the high ratings it gets. LCD has major problems with lag and can't handle sports scenes

jockgeee;8017446

I fully agree but heyho its not closer to £379 itscloser to £479 but d … I fully agree but heyho its not closer to £379 itscloser to £479 but definatley better than The rrp of £899. Take it up with the retailer dont shoot the mesenger.Anyway I thought this was for posting deals that may be helpful to someone not debating the value of the brand. Try AV Forums for that.



Easy, tiger, no-one is getting shot here. This forum is for debating whether the deal is good or not, and that is effected by the perceived value of any product. That's all that's happening here. :whistling:

pp45;8019598

I have this tv. Don't get it. Sony charge a premium but they fall short … I have this tv. Don't get it. Sony charge a premium but they fall short on quality. Got a panasonic v10 after and believe me the panny deserves all the high ratings it gets. LCD has major problems with lag and can't handle sports scenes



You do realise you're comparing the bottom of the range Sony to a TV near the top end of Panasonic's line (only the V's are better in their regular line-up), so really what did you expect? :thumbsup:
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