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Sony KDL32S3000U 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV was £599.99 now £449.99 with vouchers only £404.99 incl Delivery
Sony KDL32S3000U 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV was £599.99 now £449.99 with vouchers only £404.99 incl Delivery

Sony KDL32S3000U 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV was £599.99 now £449.99 with vouchers only £404.99 incl Delivery

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Stunning 32" HD Ready BRAVIA LCD TV with BRAVIA Engine picture enhancement, 3x HDMI, Live Colour Creation for more rich colours and Theatre Mode picture settings.

Features

* 32" Sony LCD
TV
* Digital TV terrestrial tuner (also receives analogue) built in * HD Ready
* 1366x768 resolution
* Bravia Engine picture enhancement technology
* Light sensor for automatic Backlight Control
* Theatre Mode picture settings optimized by Sony Pictures Entertainment
* Bravia Theatre Sync for easy control of AV devices
* Virtual Dolby
Surround
* 3 x HDMI
for easy connectivity - 2 on rear, 1 on side

1 Year Parts Guarantee / 1 Year Labour Guarantee


Use Voucher "EM4646" & Username "edsave" To Save 10%. End today, I think.

Thanks to sophamundo for this Voucher code.

I think this is a great TV with great reviews and I think this is the cheapest it can be found in stock?

4 Comments

Bought one of these a month ago from Dixons. Picture is stunning and sound is ok...however the one thing i'm not happy with is the way the cabinet fits to the screen panel. On mine at least there is a slight gap along the bottom of the cabinet. Because I've had it just over the 28 days I can't even request a replacement as Dixons say it's Sony's problem. Doubt if they will consider this a fault and wont exchange it:x
Despite my initial rave review of this set have to vote cold now!

Great price, shame I'm after something just a little bit more upmarket - I need a 32' or 37' but want 1080p cos i gotta sit pretty close to the screen.

Well done voted hot

Original Poster

I strongly suggest that you try and get to a store to check this out, as you really won't notice much between 1080p and 720p on a 32" tv. If you decide to go 37" then maybe a 1080p will be better.

Thanks for the heat anyway.

Had one of these for about a year. Stunning picture, rubbish sound.

Still very happy with it and a bargain for this money.

Pete
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