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Does anybody know the difference between the sony KV-32FQ75B and KV-32FQ75U

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by mlsoares, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. mlsoares

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    Hi,
    Would you please help me out understanding the meaning of the sufix letter after the sony model KV-32FQ75, for example:
    KV-32FQ75 B
    KV-32FQ75 S
    KV-32FQ75 U
    Are there any differences? If so, where could I learn about them and which model is the best?

    Thank you very much (I would need help on this one quite quickly, again, many thanks)
     
  2. lynx

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    S- stand, U - no stand.
     
  3. mlsoares

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    Thank you very much for the reply, Linx.

    But what about the "B" (and apparently ther's also an "E")?
    Thanks a lot.
     
  4. mlsoares

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    Anyone, please?

    Thanks.
     
  5. HowieC

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    Suffix letters refer to the country the set is specified for.

    B=France E=Spain U=UK S usually dealer code for 'with Stand'
     
  6. TV Headache

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    What do you mean "Which one is best?" For what?
     
  7. mlsoares

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    If the suffix letters were related to features of the TV, the question "what is the best" would make sense (i.e. which has better/more features). But apparently they don't mean anything of that kind.
    Is it correct to assume that a "B" or "E" will still play well here in the UK?
    Thanks for the replies so far.
     
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    Reception-wise you should be OK with a B (not sure about an E) but it won't necessarily have an English instructions. You may also want to check about the stand because that particular TV looks funny without the designated Sony stand for that model.
     

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