Sony Centre Camberley
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Sony Centre Camberley

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LocalFound 2nd Jul 2011
They have a few tv's left that are around 25% of and loads of cables and cases at around 50% off!!
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Crazy how many stores are closing down or are in trouble this year

Everything will still be overpriced in there
my local sony centre closed down a couple weeks ago and no bargains to be has as everything was full priced , example 32" HD was reduced from £499 to £299 not exactly a bargain is it
My local Sony Centre closed too... sadly I missed the sale!
Overpriced to begin with, so a closing down sale might bring it close to being a "normal" price
I'm not surprised they are closing down here and there, overpriced and uncompetitive.
Sony no longer have the kudos they once had.
Sony products are nothing special these days.
Infact most of there products are inferior to other manufacturers.
aabs

Sony no longer have the kudos they once had. Sony products are nothing … Sony no longer have the kudos they once had. Sony products are nothing special these days.Infact most of there products are inferior to other manufacturers.



Total ****!! Have you actually read a review of any Sony product recently?!
Most are franchises, the one near me shut down a few years ago as he was sick of people trying to return Sony products they had brought elsewhere and getting into arguments with them.
aabs

Sony no longer have the kudos they once had. Sony products are nothing … Sony no longer have the kudos they once had. Sony products are nothing special these days.Infact most of there products are inferior to other manufacturers.



Like most manufacturers these days they make a lot of dross at the lower end, where you are simply paying a premium for the name. But mid to higher end of their lineup is still decent and they still lead the market in certain areas. High res laptops being a case in point (Vaio P, Vaio Z).
What a load of dross 'some' have written about Sony, and the Sony Centres.
Sony Centres are franchise owned, and like any business including electronics, when recession strikes no-one is safe. Any electrical product from whatever maker is not going to sell as well in recession. All luxury goods will suffer, people will make do with their old TV for a few more years before changing it.
Pre recession the way we buy electrical items has changed, we now buy because of the latest models rather than waiting till it no longer works, just look at the mobile phone market, but when recession strikes it all changes back to the make do and mend mentality.
Sony IS a premium product, if the uneducated of you out there should pick up a copy of "what hifi Sound & Vision" and take a look who the big players are, rather than rant that they are no good. Consistantly over the last few years Sony has had "Product of the year" based on all factors including price and performance. Dont believe me, then look yourself...
And for the muppet above, if you think getting a 40% discount off a £499 TV isnt a bargain should go back to school for some maths lessons...
lotuscortina

What a load of dross 'some' have written about Sony, and the Sony … What a load of dross 'some' have written about Sony, and the Sony Centres.Sony Centres are franchise owned, and like any business including electronics, when recession strikes no-one is safe. Any electrical product from whatever maker is not going to sell as well in recession. All luxury goods will suffer, people will make do with their old TV for a few more years before changing it. Pre recession the way we buy electrical items has changed, we now buy because of the latest models rather than waiting till it no longer works, just look at the mobile phone market, but when recession strikes it all changes back to the make do and mend mentality.Sony IS a premium product, if the uneducated of you out there should pick up a copy of "what hifi Sound & Vision" and take a look who the big players are, rather than rant that they are no good. Consistantly over the last few years Sony has had "Product of the year" based on all factors including price and performance. Dont believe me, then look yourself...And for the muppet above, if you think getting a 40% discount off a £499 TV isnt a bargain should go back to school for some maths lessons...




Psst - this is the same magazine that is notorious for awarding HDMI cables costing over £100 a five-star rating, praising the "deepness of blacks", "wide soundstage", and other such claims that are entirely impossible via digital transmission. Anything they say to praise Sony should be treated with suspicion, until you see the multi-page advert spreads, after which point it should be treated as entirely untrue.
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