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Sony KDL32RE403BU 32 Inch HD Ready 720p HDR Freeview LED TV - Black £193.99 @ Argos Ebay
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Sony KDL32RE403BU 32 Inch HD Ready 720p HDR Freeview LED TV - Black £193.99 @ Argos Ebay

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The Sony 32RE40 is an HD Ready HDR TV that brings you amazing picture quality in a slim and sleek design. The slim design means it looks great whether it's on or off, and with USB Playback you can watch all your videos, photos and music from a USB hard drive.

With HDR, detail lost in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture are preserved, giving a much more dynamic look. X-Reality PRO upscales every pixel for exceptional clarity. Enjoy smooth and sharp details even in fast-paced action scenes thanks to Motionflow XR. Record your TV shows with HDD Rec.

  • Model number: KDL32RE403BU.
  • Television picture quality:
  • LED TV Screen.
  • HD Ready display resolution.
  • Motion rate 400Hz.
  • Viewing angle 89/89 degrees.
  • Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
  • Dimensions:
  • Screen size: 32 inches.
  • Size of TV H44.2, W73.1, D7cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H49, W73.1, D18.7cm.
  • Weight of TV 5.8kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand: 6.2kg.
  • Footprint of TV 32.9cm.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 100 bracket.
  • Length of cable: 0.5m.
  • Packaged size H54.3, W15.6, D82.6cm.
  • Packaged weight 9kg.

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720p = why would you ... just don’t
Even at 32" I would get 1080 over 720. Not worth it.
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Voted hot even this is not full hd. The 32 inch TVs are expensive in comparison with larger ones, but if you need 32 inch, this is what you need.
Yes, you can get full HD JVC, Toshiba, Sharp and so on for less money. Apart from the fact these are Vestel and flimsy, they are rubbish too. I've replaced my JVC and Toshiba 3 times in 2 months.
The best value ones are LG and Samsung full hd, you can find deals on HUKD for about £200 (The LG is still available new at £199 and refurbished at £174) or HD ready Sony. The rest of them not worth the price and hassle, this is based on my personal experience.
sheffield78821/01/2020 11:32

Voted hot even this is not full hd. The 32 inch TVs are expensive in …Voted hot even this is not full hd. The 32 inch TVs are expensive in comparison with larger ones, but if you need 32 inch, this is what you need.Yes, you can get full HD JVC, Toshiba, Sharp and so on for less money. Apart from the fact these are Vestel and flimsy, they are rubbish too. I've replaced my JVC and Toshiba 3 times in 2 months.The best value ones are LG and Samsung full hd, you can find deals on HUKD for about £200 (The LG is still available new at £199 and refurbished at £174) or HD ready Sony. The rest of them not worth the price and hassle, this is based on my personal experience.


I was recently looking at TVs for my brother. Was surprised at how many Full HDs are still available. Even in +40" size.Thought they'd be forced out the market by now. Shame you can't still pick up a CRT in the same way
I bought this recently for £199 with the Amazon deal after deliberating for a while over what 32" to buy. I also had a voucher to use at Amazon. I was slightly worried about this only being 720p but it displays HD images really well. The software is fairly quick and easy to use compared with what you may get with a budget TV manufacturer. I'm hoping this should last a lot longer too. Overall, happy with my purchase!
its421/01/2020 12:09

I was recently looking at TVs for my brother. Was surprised at how many …I was recently looking at TVs for my brother. Was surprised at how many Full HDs are still available. Even in +40" size.Thought they'd be forced out the market by now. Shame you can't still pick up a CRT in the same way


You will not find a 32 inch 4k TV, I can guarantee this, I did my research. You can get a monitor instead if you really want 4k. Personally I can't see the benefit of 4k on 32 inch.
720p = why would you ... just don’t
Even at 32" I would get 1080 over 720. Not worth it.
its421/01/2020 12:09

I was recently looking at TVs for my brother. Was surprised at how many …I was recently looking at TVs for my brother. Was surprised at how many Full HDs are still available. Even in +40" size.Thought they'd be forced out the market by now. Shame you can't still pick up a CRT in the same way


Can I ask which LG TV this is?
its423/01/2020 23:28

Sorry, which LG TV?


Oops sorry, I meant to quote the comment you quoted haha, my bad
Jallen1623/01/2020 23:49

Oops sorry, I meant to quote the comment you quoted haha, my bad


No probs
sheffield78821/01/2020 12:12

You will not find a 32 inch 4k TV, I can guarantee this, I did my … You will not find a 32 inch 4k TV, I can guarantee this, I did my research. You can get a monitor instead if you really want 4k. Personally I can't see the benefit of 4k on 32 inch.


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wwwedwardscrg07/02/2020 21:24

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Good find. My correction: you will not find a 32 inch 4k TV IN THE UK . I did my research about 6 months ago, this TV is 2019 so it was either released at the end of 2019 or it is exclusive for other continents, not Europe. Never came across this before, good to know it exists.
Brilliant little TV, excellent quality picture. I get the WiFi model though.
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