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Sony KDL37V4000 37" Bravia LCD TV + Free 5 Yr Guarantee - £488.37 Delivered @ Marks & Spencer + Quidco £463.95
Sony KDL37V4000 37" Bravia LCD TV + Free 5 Yr Guarantee - £488.37 Delivered @ Marks & Spencer + Quidco £463.95

Sony KDL37V4000 37" Bravia LCD TV + Free 5 Yr Guarantee - £488.37 Delivered @ Marks & Spencer + Quidco £463.95

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Cheaper than the recent John Lewis deal. There's also 5% cashback with Marks = £463.95

Main Specifications:
Product Description: Sony KDL-37V4000 - 37" LCD TV
Product Type: LCD TV
Diagonal Size: 37" - widescreen
Dimensions (WxDxH): 92 cm x 27.9 cm x 64.9 cm - with stand
Weight: 20.5 kg
Colour: Piano black
Digital Television Certification: HD ready
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Display Format: 720p
Input Video Formats: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 576i, 576p
Video Interface: Component, composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART
PC Interface: VGA (HD-15)
Technology: TFT active matrix
LCD Backlight Technology: Wide Color Gamut-CCFL
Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
TV Tuner: 1x analogue, 1x digital
Digital TV Tuner: DVB-C, DVB-T
Analogue TV Tuner: PAL, SECAM
Multi-channel Preview: Picture-and-picture (PAP), picture-in-picture (PIP)
Features: Parental control, contrast enhancer, auto noise reduction, channel labeling, BRAVIA Sync Function
Sound Output Mode: Stereo
Speaker System: 2 speakers
Sound Effects: Virtual Dolby Surround, BBE ViVA HD3D
Stereo Reception System: NICAM
Remote Control

9 Comments

Great price!

I was thinking of getting this tv but eventually went for the Toshiba 37xv555db which is 1080p for £460 on Amazon (was a few days ago anyway), but doesn't have a 5 year warranty. I would definitely recommend the Toshiba!

Edit:looks as if Amazon are currently out of stock of the toshiba, there is a new line of them in which is probably why.

amazon.co.uk/Tos…I3E

I wrote this for another thread and I'm going to make it my mission to post this on every HDTV post! Hopefully before anyone starts to comment that 1080p is the best for everyone

When to buy 720p (HD) or 1080p (Full HD)
Simply put (excluding screens over 52"):
If your source is 1080p (Full HD) it will look better on a 1080p TV than an equivavlent quality 720p TV (However, having a screen size below 52ish" and a 'normal' viewing distance it's very very hard to tell the difference.) but it'll still look great on a 720p TV
If your source is 720p, it'll look best on a 720p TV
If your source is Standard Definition, it'll look better on a 720p TV due to less upscaling

What the hell is upscaling?!
If the TV has a resolution greater than that of the source, it must 'stretch' the image to fill the screen. This creates 'gaps' between the pixels that make up the image - which would look awful if uncompensated for.
Upscaling looks at the pixels adjacent to the gap and makes an educated guess at what to fill that with. The better quality the upscaling software, the better the end result.

1080p Sources:
Most BluRay discs (not all)
PC (if supported)
Some (not many) PS3/X360 games

720p Sources:
Everything else branded HD!
Sky/Virgin HD
FreesatHD
Almost all PCs
Almost all X360/PS3 games
Those remaining BluRay discs that arent 1080p

SD Scources
Sky/Virgin
Freeview
Freesat
DVD

So, work out how much you'll be using the TV for each of the above sources, and you will know wether to get 720p (most people) or 1080p
It's also worth noting that TV broadcast resolution won't reach 1080p for years, if ever.

Following logic, the safest bet for the best picture quality for the next few years is 720p. Unless you go over 52ish" then pixel density (or lack of) starts to make a difference.

mooncat - Great post!

In the lounge we have an 80" screen and 1080p makes a difference which can be seen.

In the master bedroom, we have the 32" version of this TV (bought December 2008) and the picture is great, especially for the price and 5 year warranty.

out of stock :-(

Rubbish, went to buy and out of stock

I wanted this TV for a while after missing the 40" John lewis 499.99 offer at xmas. Anyone know if this will be restocked?

Bought the same TV from Makro for £399.99 plus vat

Mike2325;5193363

I was thinking of getting this tv but eventually went for the Toshiba … I was thinking of getting this tv but eventually went for the Toshiba 37xv555db which is 1080p for £460 on Amazon (was a few days ago anyway), but doesn't have a 5 year warranty. I would definitely recommend the Toshiba!Edit:looks as if Amazon are currently out of stock of the toshiba, there is a new line of them in which is probably why.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-37XV555DB-Widescreen-1080P-Freeview/dp/B00179SI3E



Hi whats football/Sport like on this TV, much motion noise?

Good TV for that price....wish I had notice this deal when it was in stock :roll:
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