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Sony KDL-32U3000 32'' Widescreen Bravia HD Ready TV with Freeview
Sony KDL-32U3000 32'' Widescreen Bravia HD Ready TV with Freeview

Sony KDL-32U3000 32'' Widescreen Bravia HD Ready TV with Freeview

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* HD Ready
* Integrated Digital Tuner / FREEVIEW
* 2 x HDMI
* BRAVIA Theatre Sync
* Dynamic Contrast up to 7000:1*
* PC Input
* 2 x SCART
* Dolby Virtual / BBE VIVA sound
* 1 x Component Input
* VESA hole spacing compatible

16 Comments

is this the beko one??

I was gonna post this deal. Seems good!

£372.98 delivered @ Empire Direct, by using a voucher. - empiredirect.co.uk/con…00U
Use Voucher "EM4744" & Username "edsave" To Save 10%.

This tv is cr-p! its a low end tv!

This TV isn't a 'proper' Sony, and has no Bravia engine (or certainly not the same engine as other LCDs anyway).

Unfortunately, NOT hot. Sorry.

You can get a Tosh or Sammy of much better quality for this price.

PulseTurbo;2385610

This TV isn't a 'proper' Sony, and has no Bravia engine (or certainly not … This TV isn't a 'proper' Sony, and has no Bravia engine (or certainly not the same engine as other LCDs anyway).Unfortunately, NOT hot. Sorry.You can get a Tosh or Sammy of much better quality for this price.



I agree. The 32S3000 is available from Amazon for £429, which isn't a massive difference, for a much better set.

You can get the 32S3000 for £422 from Costco with 5 year warranty -->]DEAL

:thumbsup:

Not hot, pay £40 more for the S3000 for a much better quality.

edit: And it's available at Dixons for £419 using voucher AW10

not hot, Morrisons sold these for a while, absolute gash

I love that word!!

Banned

How on earth did this get to over 100 degrees?!? You can get a far superior and newly released Toshiba 32inch for less!!!

Banned

So what is the difference between the 32U3000 and the 32S3000 ?

Comparing them on the sony website, the features look virtually identical. I note one is Bravia Engine, and the other is Bravia theatre sync.

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bc.jacobs;2388544

So what is the difference between the 32U3000 and the 32S3000 ?Comparing … So what is the difference between the 32U3000 and the 32S3000 ?Comparing them on the sony website, the features look virtually identical. I note one is Bravia Engine, and the other is Bravia theatre sync.http://www.sony.co.uk/product/CompareProducts.action?site=odw_en_GB&pcReturnUrl=%2Fproduct%2FProductComparisonWizard.action%3Fsite%3Dodw_en_GB%26sectiontype%3DProduct%26deepestLevelCategoryId%3DTVP%2B32-40%2BSony%2BBRAVIA%2BTV&models=KDL-32S3000&models=KDL-32U3000



although this might be 1 thing on the list, the lack of a Bravia engine is a massive difference between the 2 sets

i bought the S3000 from Costco and the picture quality is fantastic. :thumbsup:

I own both TV's, the U and the S series and as perfectly put earlier the U is "GASH" compared to the S.

Pete

i was going to buy this but i have been put off it now with the bad reviews on this , which 32" is best atm then ?

asb1286;2390713

i was going to buy this but i have been put off it now with the bad … i was going to buy this but i have been put off it now with the bad reviews on this , which 32" is best atm then ?



Depends if you want 'full hd - 1080p' or whether you're happy with 1080i.

If 1080i is enough for you, Samsung LE26A456C, Samsung LE32A436T, Toshiba 32AV505D or Panasonic TX32LMD70 are in this sort of price bracket.
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