Sony KLV-L32M1 only £699.95 at Richer Sounds

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  1. fatmarl

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    OK, I know it hasn't got HDMI or DVI but for those of us who are happy with our Freeview PVRs then I think it is an absolute steal.
     
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    Yeah, those were good TVs. The panel and inputs are a bit dated by today's standard but it's still a good price for a TV that does a really good job with standard definition video.
     
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    it just shows how much they have dropped in price,instore about 18months ago they where just over £2k:eek: wonder how much richer sounds are getting them for:rolleyes:
     
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    When I picked mine up yesterday the assistant told me that they were selling them at a significant loss just to clear the stock:)
     
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    Seeing as Sony of Europe didn't go on a bizarre "let's cut out the best quality inputs" binge with them and didn't take off the HDTV inputs, then the current BRAVIAs should hold their value as they're actually future proofed.
     
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    its a shame cause the us version i believe(32 m1)had hdmi on them:rolleyes: and the pic quality is not to bad
     
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    Yeah, the US version of the KLV-26hg2 (basically the slightly cut down 26" version of this) had DVI in America as well. Wonder how much Sony of Europe lost themselves (and their customers) because of their bizarre decision.
     

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