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SONY KDL 40V3000 - £706 delivered after codes. Full 1080p HD
SONY KDL 40V3000 - £706 delivered after codes. Full 1080p HD

SONY KDL 40V3000 - £706 delivered after codes. Full 1080p HD

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This is quite a good price for the above full HD 40" Sony Bravia.
It is £767 minus 5% code (HOT5) and then 3% quidco.
Seems to be one of the cheapest around from the "well-known" retailers.

Picture Enhancement - Bravia Engine
Contrast - 16000 : 1
Sound type - Digital Dolby
Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1xComponent, 1xPC
Visible Screen Size - 40"

I was hoping to pay around £675 top whack but might have to bite the bullet and stick with this. You could also price match John Lewis for a 5-year guarantee.

I have seen this TV several times and it really looks a superb picture and gets good reviews from most magazines etc.

Hope it helps someone

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Direct Link:
dixons.co.uk/mar…580

Sony 40" HDTV in title might help...

If this was L.E.D. backlit, I could give it some credit, but compared to all the other £600-£800+ 1080p sets which John Lewis "may" price match for that coveted 5 year warranty, I can't vot hot, not sure it's cold though either...

http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/6822/kdl46d3000stordm4.jpg

Pretty poor deal I think

Get John Lewis to price match Sound and Vision Bolton. I got a price match for £674.99 inc delivery and 5 year warranty.

Thats the wrong picture, the V3000 has a mitred picture frame surround

Original Poster

Sound and Vision & Digital Direct are both quoting £717.90.
soundandvisiononline.com/lis…000
I am sure they are a good company, but some people may just trust Dixons more and it is still cheaper!!!
I can't find a better price today, please find me one if you can!!!!

Original Poster

Sound and Vision are actually £714 so not cheaper at all!!! And Dixons may be easier to return items to in case of problems...!?
soundandvisiononline.com/lis…000

You cant add quidco.

£728.65 by my shoddy calculations????

ludichris;2069344

You cant add quidco.£728.65 by my shoddy calculations????



Doesn't say anything on Quidco about not being allowed on TV's - there's a massive list of what isn't allowed though! :shock:

If Quidco doesn't track then it's £729.50 (TV without discount is £767.90)

I'm not sure if it's the same model but Tesco were selling a Sony Bravia 40" for £649 instore last night.

Rubisco;2071526

I'm not sure if it's the same model but Tesco were selling a Sony Bravia … I'm not sure if it's the same model but Tesco were selling a Sony Bravia 40" for £649 instore last night.



If its the same one i would suggest people get it. I have a 40V3000 and it is a fantastic TV! Probably the best 40" on the market at the moment. Wish I had saved up for the 46" version tho :P

utweirdo;2072245

If its the same one i would suggest people get it. I have a 40V3000 and … If its the same one i would suggest people get it. I have a 40V3000 and it is a fantastic TV! Probably the best 40" on the market at the moment. Wish I had saved up for the 46" version tho :P



I also have the 40V3000 and agree that it is a super bit of kit. I would've liked to have the extra 6" (funny, that's what the wife keeps saying) but I certainly couldn't justify the extra £300 for the 46V3000. Value-for-money I'd say that the 40V3000 definitely comes out on top.

Also, for those of you who would like to buy one but are waiting for the new Bravia V4000-series models to come out (probably just in time for the Olympics as Sony knows that loads of people will buy new HDTVs for the occasion), the specs for the new models aren't really any better. I can't recall them offhand but I do remember that they didn't offer any major benefits over the V3000-series.
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