Sony Bravia KDL32U2000 £400

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  1. SAMMYTHE

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    Price very good,but the model is very basic!Avoid that and take something else
     
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    Glad I didn,t dive in, just had a good look on here at previous postings which put me off.
     
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    they are going crazy for it on www.hotukdeals.com (over 600 degrees, HOT HOT HOT), however I always thought this model had quite average to poor reviews. Just came on this site to confirm this.:lesson:
     
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    I was considering this. What's it like compaired to the SAMSUNG LE32R87BDX or TOSHIBA 32C3030 or other LCD's you can pick up for around the £400-£450 price region?
     
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    I was just about to buy this set from John Lewis on a pricematch with Richer Sounds at £449, including JL 5 year warranty. The extra £50 over the Woolies price must be worth it for the warranty. Er I'm not so sure now after reading this thread. Can anyone expand on why to avoid this model?
     

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