Sony KDL40W3000U LCD Television - £1,006.98 delivered plus 4% Quidco. @ TribalUK
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Sony KDL40W3000U LCD Television - £1,006.98 delivered plus 4% Quidco. @ TribalUK

£1,006.98
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Found 9th Mar 2008
This is £1,068.99 (including the £29.99 delivery charge at Amazon). I did find it for a couple of £ cheaper at some sites, which I consider less reputable plus there was no Quidco (£35).

They also do 12 Months Interest-Free.

Screen Size in cm: 102
HD ready: Yes
Full HD: Yes
DVB-T: Yes
Horizontal Resolution in Pixel: 1920
Type of Monitor: LCD
Rear Projection Technology: Not Applicable
Screen Size in Inches: 40
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
DVB-C: Yes
DVB-S: No
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
Screen Format: 16:9
Vertical Resolution in Pixel: 1080
Contrast Ratio (X:1): 16000
Brightness in Candela/m?00
Reflection Angle: 178
Frequency: 50 Hertz
Response Time in ms: 8
DVI Interface: No
HDMI Interface: Yes
YUV Interface: Yes
USB: No
Memory Stick: No
Secure Digital Card: No
Energy Savings Trust Feature: No
Number of Scart Interfaces: 2
Power Consumption Standby in Watts: 0.3
Power Consumption in Watts: 240
Common Interface Slot: Yes
PC Interface: Yes
Number of HDMI Inputs: 3
Weight in kg: 22
Depth in cm: 12.2
Height in cm: 64.3
Width in cm: 99.2
Front AV Interface: No
Headphone Output: No
S-Video Interface: Yes
VGA / D-Sub Interface: Yes
RMS Wattage: 22
Picture and Picture (PAP): Yes
Picture in Picture (PIP): 1 Tuner PIP

11 Comments

buy now pay next year is better than 12 months interest free.

Original Poster

chri1143;1691070

buy now pay next year is better than 12 months interest free.



Thank you.

I've ordered one. Gives me 12 Months to save up for it - in effect £20 a week (including the £20 Administration Charge).

Banned

Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version is £705 in Costco from Tomorrow, even if you took out a loan for £705 over 12 months you would pay less back in interest that paying the extra £314 for this telly

Roccostan;1691837

Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version … Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version is £705 in Costco from Tomorrow, even if you took out a loan for £705 over 12 months you would pay less back in interest that paying the extra £314 for this telly




But isnt Costco trade only and requires a membership?

I cant find the deal that was at Costco - is that because its been pulled or is my searching rubbish?

Original Poster

Roccostan;1691837

Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version … Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version is £705 in Costco from Tomorrow, even if you took out a loan for £705 over 12 months you would pay less back in interest that paying the extra £314 for this telly



Im buying it because it gets cracking reviews everywhere. I was going to buy the V series, but according to the reviews the W is a massive leap in quality.

Original Poster

Well this deal has turned out about as popular as the Pope taking tea at Ian Paisley's house.

Banned

search by merchant costco and you will find the deal. Costco accepts individual members too now, its about £25 per annum

Roccostan;1691837

Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version … Are you buying this because you can spread the payments, the 3500 version is £705 in Costco from Tomorrow, even if you took out a loan for £705 over 12 months you would pay less back in interest that paying the extra £314 for this telly



Buzzz!

The 3500 version of it is NOT £705 at Costco. The KDL40D3500 (note "D") is £705. This one is the "W" series one. This is a totally different TV. The "D" series is Sony entry level TV which are IMNSHO rather average LCD for their price band. They are virtually re-badged low range LCD with a Sony logo to attract naive buyers that are willing to pay extra for a Sony badge regardless of the lack of (legendary in the past but unfortunately disappearing fast) Sony quality.

The "W" series is a proper high quality Sony LCD. This is one of the best LCD one can buy regardless of the price (bettered by Sony's own "X" series). I wouldn't buy a 40" LCD but if better alternative didn't exists or if I was mostly a gamer, then the Sony X and W series would certainly be on my shortlist. By comparison, the D series are lost in the mass of mid-range LCD.

Original Poster

yant;1696092

Buzzz!The 3500 version of it is NOT £705 at Costco. The KDL40D3500 … Buzzz!The 3500 version of it is NOT £705 at Costco. The KDL40D3500 (note "D") is £705. This one is the "W" series one. This is a totally different TV. The "D" series is Sony entry level TV which are IMNSHO rather average LCD for their price band. They are virtually re-badged low range LCD with a Sony logo to attract naive buyers that are willing to pay extra for a Sony badge regardless of the lack of (legendary in the past but unfortunately disappearing fast) Sony quality. The "W" series is a proper high quality Sony LCD. This is one of the best LCD one can buy regardless of the price (bettered by Sony's own "X" series). I wouldn't buy a 40" LCD but if better alternative didn't exists or if I was mostly a gamer, then the Sony X and W series would certainly be on my shortlist. By comparison, the D series are lost in the mass of mid-range LCD.



Thanks. I've gone for the W series because of the reviews.

Original Poster

This is now £1,014 so with the voucher it's £1,009 and a further £34 via Quidco.

Original Poster

Liverpool_Bear;1710917

This is now £1,014 so with the voucher it's £1,009 and a further £34 via Q … This is now £1,014 so with the voucher it's £1,009 and a further £34 via Quidco.



It's now down to £1,007 (£1002 after voucher).
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