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Sony KDL-32V4000 - 32" HD Ready Bravia LCD TV - Freeview £365.95 @amazon delivered
Sony KDL-32V4000 - 32" HD Ready Bravia LCD TV - Freeview £365.95 @amazon delivered

Sony KDL-32V4000 - 32" HD Ready Bravia LCD TV - Freeview £365.95 @amazon delivered

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I know this has been posted last week but it is now back in stock and the price has gone down by £5.
Power consumption is often overlooked when comparing LCD TVs. This TV uses about half from most other 32" LCD TVs. 1 Hour usage @ 100W costs about £5 per year, so if you watch an average of 5 hours a day, you can save £25 per year on electricity. Besides that, this is one of the most advanced Bravia around at the moment.

Power consumption data: 101W in operation (0.7W in standby)

* Experience sharp, vibrant and life-like images with BRAVIA ENGINE picture enhancement technology
* Watch digital TV with the integrated standard definition digital terrestrial tuner (MPEG-2, also receives analogue)
* Watch cable TV with the integrated digital cable tuner (subject to country and with supported operators only)
* Three HDMI inputs (two on rear, one on side, all with CEC) make it even easier to connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc and PLAYSTATION3
* Control your entire home cinema set-up with just one click on the TV remote thanks to BRAVIA Theatre Sync
* Watch TV, movies and games in superb detail thanks to the 3.1 mega pixel resolution
* Featuring a "Piano Black" finish, the BRAVIA V4000 looks stylish and has a versatile swivel function
* Experience the effect of digital surround sound from only two front speakers with Virtual Dolby Surround and BBE ViVA sound technology
* Wall mountable with the optional bracket SU-WL500 (or other suitable bracket)

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Has been around this price for a little time. When advertised a week ago for a fiver more, the positive feedback went white hot. Excellent TV and price, for those who missed out before.

I dont understand all the jargon but we are looking to change our TV before Christmas, we still have the big sort!

Not too bothered about freeview because we have Sky, so is this tv a really good deal?

Thanks

The TV is excellent, got the 37" version. Never bothered with the Freeview, got Sky plugged into it.

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bizzyme;3235189

I dont understand all the jargon but we are looking to change our TV … I dont understand all the jargon but we are looking to change our TV before Christmas, we still have the big sort!Not too bothered about freeview because we have Sky, so is this tv a really good deal?Thanks



Last night I compared the specifications of all well-known 32" sets between £300 to £400 including the Samsung from amazon for £349. IMO, what came out best was 1st Sony KDL-32V4000 £365.95 and 2nd Sony KDL-32P4000 £349. But the KDL-32V4000 model is still the newer and better model with lower power consumption. The KDL-32P4000 is a bit older, also very good but uses more power. With Sony it's only one letter changed in the model name but this can make a big difference in performance.

I have the slightly larger model of this - but Crickey - this looks like an excellent price!?

Well done OP.

I can't fault the TV at all..... Although sometimes I do look at the sexy LG TV's or Samsung (is it?) Only because they look - in my humble opinion quite cute for the spare room / bedroom but this price ROCKS!

Have some Heat & Rep!

Got this from Richer Sounds a few weeks ago. A fantastic telly!

Voted hot. Execellent value. Bought one last week.

Great price so voted hot, but could someone please explain this bit to me:

Watch cable TV with the integrated digital cable tuner

Thanks

john

what a beauty - I got the class leading 32" bravia - the only way to go.

Bravia=beauty

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bizzyme;3235189

I dont understand all the jargon but we are looking to change our TV … I dont understand all the jargon but we are looking to change our TV before Christmas, we still have the big sort!Not too bothered about freeview because we have Sky, so is this tv a really good deal?Thanks



yes it is, it will be a bit cheaper around xmas time just depends if u can wait.

Bought this from Amazon last week (£363 including postage). It was money well spent as far as I'm concerned - Excellent TV. Voted Hot.

nonstop;3235305

Got this from Richer Sounds a few weeks ago. A fantastic telly!



Me too with 5 years extended warranty for an extra £37.00

Definitely a good price, but I'm going to wait until next year and get one of the new laser TVs
Voted hot.

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usenetz;3235704

Great price so voted hot, but could someone please explain this bit to … Great price so voted hot, but could someone please explain this bit to me:Watch cable TV with the integrated digital cable tunerThanksjohn



I don't think this applies to the UK model.

What are laser tv's ive heard them mentioned b4..they sound expensive!!

Rudki;3235811

Me too with 5 years extended warranty for an extra £37.00



I paid for mine using a credit card. Should anything go wrong after the first year, I'll see if my credit card issuer can help. The 1979 Sale of Goods Act states that goods should be of a satisfactory quality and without defect. As far as I'm aware, I'm legally entitled to have a domestic electrical item repaired or replaced within six years (dependent on price and condition) if I can prove the product had an inherent fault. Failing that I would be covered by my home contents insurance.

How do you prove it had an inherent fault though?

My 50" plasma with 7.1kw surround sound uses 1kw per hour... and it's worth every dead polar bear!

Who would anyone need a 50 inch plasma,do you live in a mansion ?

A tv that size would overpower my room

I got this tv yesterday from John Lewis, Glasgow. They price matched Richer Sounds at £369.95 and give the 5 year warranty. Richer Sounds is now at £399.95 though -- they increased their price the day after JL price matched them. This is a good price though and I am delighted with the tv.

m1tche11;3235983

I paid for mine using a credit card. Should anything go wrong after the … I paid for mine using a credit card. Should anything go wrong after the first year, I'll see if my credit card issuer can help. The 1979 Sale of Goods Act states that goods should be of a satisfactory quality and without defect. As far as I'm aware, I'm legally entitled to have a domestic electrical item repaired or replaced within six years (dependent on price and condition) if I can prove the product had an inherent fault. Failing that I would be covered by my home contents insurance.



Why are you so worried about potential problems with the tv?

joeymcjoe;3236044

My 50" plasma with 7.1kw surround sound uses 1kw per hour... and it's … My 50" plasma with 7.1kw surround sound uses 1kw per hour... and it's worth every dead polar bear!



kW stands for KiloWatt and is a measure of power, not energy. Power is energy consumed per second. 1kW is 1 kilo joules of energy consumed per second.

Your electricity metre measure energy in a pseudo unit called Kilo-Watt-Hours kWh, which is the energy used powering 1kW appliance for an hour.
So I think you mean your TV+7.1 speakers uses 1kWh per hour, or simply put, 1kW.

Would John Lewis pricematch Amazon by any chance ?

m1tche11;3235983

I paid for mine using a credit card. Should anything go wrong after the … I paid for mine using a credit card. Should anything go wrong after the first year, I'll see if my credit card issuer can help. The 1979 Sale of Goods Act states that goods should be of a satisfactory quality and without defect. As far as I'm aware, I'm legally entitled to have a domestic electrical item repaired or replaced within six years (dependent on price and condition) if I can prove the product had an inherent fault. Failing that I would be covered by my home contents insurance.



Do all credit cards have this cover?

Men and their tv size are a bit like men and their ***** size..lol

deb8z;3236000

How do you prove it had an inherent fault though?



You'd expect a £363 LCD TV from Sony to last at least 2 or 3 years. If it broke after the first year, for no obvious reason, I'd assume it was because of an inherent fault. I'd then pay someone qualified/reputable to have a look at it and write a report. I'd claim these costs back from the manufacturer of the faulty product, in this case Sony. If they refused, I'd take them to a small claims court and sue them for my statutory rights. You don't have to pay costs if you lose. Of course I'd hope it wouldn't come to this. I'm sure Sony would be reasonable and repair/replace my TV if I assert myself. Its worked for me in the past.

roryk83;3236109

Why are you so worried about potential problems with the tv?



I'm not worried. I've purchased loads of Sony products in the past and never had problem. I'm just trying to inform people that you don't necessarily need to buy an extended warranty to cover a product. You're already protected by law.

Rudki;3236206

Do all credit cards have this cover?



When you buy something using your credit card, your contract is with both the trader and the card issuer. If anything goes wrong with your purchase, they're equally liable (Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act). I'm not sure if it would apply in these circumstances though.

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Awesome tele, I got one after the last post for 369 from amazon. It is just brill, got Sky HD plugged into it and the quality is just amazing. Even on freeview channels it is just amazing and very easy to use. Recommended.

zermattbusby;3236189

Would John Lewis pricematch Amazon by any chance ?



No way...I tried to get JL to price matcher Richer sound ad they refused as the item was not on display any any of the RS stores.

m1tche11;3236210

You'd expect a £363 LCD TV from Sony to last at least 2 or 3 years. If it … You'd expect a £363 LCD TV from Sony to last at least 2 or 3 years. If it broke after the first year, for no obvious reason, I'd assume it was because of an inherent fault. I'd then pay someone qualified/reputable to have a look at it and write a report. I'd claim these costs back from the manufacturer of the faulty product, in this case Sony. If they refused, I'd take them to a small claims court and sue them for my statutory rights. You don't have to pay costs if you lose. Of course I'd hope it wouldn't come to this. I'm sure Sony would be reasonable and repair/replace my TV if I assert myself. Its worked for me in the past.



Exactly as i thought,a right palava and personally one i wouldn't go through on a 300 quid tv

Rudki;3236223

No way...I tried to get JL to price matcher Richer sound ad they refused … No way...I tried to get JL to price matcher Richer sound ad they refused as the item was not on display any any of the RS stores.



From JL T&Cs

We do not price match outlets which are not normal shops, eg membership clubs, market stalls, duty free shops, closing down sales, mail order catalogues or the Internet. We also do not apply this policy to our internet prices as such retailing makes straightforward comparisons with conventional shops difficult.

zermattbusby;3236258

From JL T&CsWe do not price match outlets which are not normal shops, eg … From JL T&CsWe do not price match outlets which are not normal shops, eg membership clubs, market stalls, duty free shops, closing down sales, mail order catalogues or the Internet. We also do not apply this policy to our internet prices as such retailing makes straightforward comparisons with conventional shops difficult.



think Richer Sounds would price match it, im sure i read their price match promise and it mentioned online retailers

macsaver;3236102

I got this tv yesterday from John Lewis, Glasgow. They price matched … I got this tv yesterday from John Lewis, Glasgow. They price matched Richer Sounds at £369.95 and give the 5 year warranty. Richer Sounds is now at £399.95 though -- they increased their price the day after JL price matched them. This is a good price though and I am delighted with the tv.



Macsaver, I have a Price Match letter from JL Glasgow, but for £400, I don't know if it is allowed but can you PM me your price match code? I'd really appreciate it!! Ta

roryk83;3236294

think Richer Sounds would price match it, im sure i read their price … think Richer Sounds would price match it, im sure i read their price match promise and it mentioned online retailers



Mmm... thanks rory, however not so straight forward :roll:

richersounds.com/inf…eat

roryk83;3236294

think Richer Sounds would price match it, im sure i read their price … think Richer Sounds would price match it, im sure i read their price match promise and it mentioned online retailers



Richer Sounds would match Amazon as I have got them to price match a DVD player from Amazon in the past.

The main question is does Richer Sounds have them in stock????

TBH its not so much finding a company to price match Amazon (although would be nice) but finding somewhere I can actually pick it up from. I'm not in 08:00 while 18:00 so would have a problem receiving it. Is it possible to track large items from Amazon to day, am/pm.

Does anybody know what the difference is between this and the KDL32L4000. Thanks

If any one whants a Sony KDL40V2500 for £399 brand new from a major retailer in Herts area as they have one one in stock and it is reserved for me which I don't want now.

zermattbusby;3236409

TBH its not so much finding a company to price match Amazon (although … TBH its not so much finding a company to price match Amazon (although would be nice) but finding somewhere I can actually pick it up from. I'm not in 08:00 while 18:00 so would have a problem receiving it. Is it possible to track large items from Amazon to day, am/pm.



What area are u in

what a useless deal.

I got a 32" Sony for 305 GBP.

The same TV is available in Makro this week for £299 excl vat. So slightly cheaper after 17.5 vat - have the makro mail here - front page
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