Sony KDL40U2000U 40in HD Ready Digital LCD TV

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  1. dan8152

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    hi there

    i'm new to this forum, i was told to come on here for some advice, i have just bought the above lcd tv for £900, original price £1500 from argos

    is this a good plasma and is it a good price, where could i see reviews on this tv

    i'm not majorly into tv's, but fancied a bigger tv snd that was all i could spend, and all my other gadgets are sony.

    also i havea sony tv and stand for sell...where is the best place to sell that

    the tv i have for sell is a sony trinitron, 28inch

    many thanks in advance and happy new year to you all
     
  2. KelvinS1965

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    Hello dan,

    EDIT: Just re-read your post and saw the £900, which blows away my original comments (that you could get a better model for the same price) as I only read the £1500 part.(ooops!).

    The 'U' is the basic model in the range, but still gives a good picture for the money. Just check around this forum for some settings advice....just don't leave the picture set to out the box 'Vivid'. Even if you can't be bothered to go into 'Custom' settings, the 'Standard' setting is much better than Vivid.

    BTW the set you have isn't a 'Plasma', it's an LCD.;)
     
  3. dan8152

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    Kev

    cheers mate, sorry i meant lcd, not plasma, i was reading someything at the time about a plasma, ans typed that!!

    thanks for the advice

    what's the difference between models, is it just the picture quality?
     
  4. Dankeech

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    I can help partially on that question. Apart from picture quality etc, the inputs do vary too. There's more varied and numbrous inputs on upper models too.

    Friend of mine has the ?S? series. It has inputs so he can run his desktop PC through it. He mentioned the model above funnily-enough didn't.

    hth.

    Dan.
     
  5. stockyvillage

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    you can run a pc through the u series too
     
  6. Dankeech

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    Hi,
    A good place to sell is the trading forums here. You must read the trading rules before posting a for sale thread and abide by the rules and the mods throughout the transaction.
    Sounds complex, but it's pretty straight forward and many people here looking for TV's, and hifi etc.
    Be prepared that 28" CRT TV's don't go for much nowadays. Friend just sold his Sony one for £100 to a friend at fair price nowadays for his one.

    Linkage to the AV-related trading forum.

    Linkage to the rules you must read and abide by..

    Dan:)
     

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