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$996 Sony Bravia 32" (81cm) Full Hd Lcd - Kdl32v5500

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Hi all, catalogue shows the above TV available from this Thursday 29th October.

http://i38.tinypic.com/296f9eq.jpg

Promotional period 1 October 2009 to 31 December 2009, Sony is extending the standard warranty terms on its range of BRAVIA LCD Televisions from 1 year to 3 years.

For registration and full terms and conditions go to: sony.com.au/tvwarranty

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$499 doesn't buy you a Full HD TV. The $499 TV is unbranded and has a 1-year warranty.

Among the branded TVs, the Sony for $998 is pretty good. However, the 5-series Samsungs were ticketed under $900 a month ago.

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Is it worth that much? when $499 can buy a 100Hz 32" nowadays...

yeah, a 100Hz 32" CRT you mean?

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Hi all, catalogue shows the above TV available from this Thursday 29th October.

http://i38.tinypic.com/296f9eq.jpg

I noticed that price too. JB might have noticed it as well, as they have the same TV for $1050.

I am in the market for a 32" TV, but am mostly looking at HD sets, like the Panasonic THL32X10A, but Sony seem to have discontinued their line of 32" HD LCDs.

I was a bit interested in this Sony as it currently has a 3yr warranty (saves me $80) and has DLNA. Unfortunately the range of supported formats is pretty limited:

To play files that are received from a network device, they need to conform to one of the following file formats:

– Still images: JPEG format

– Music: MP3 format or linear PCM format

– Video: The following file formats stored on the server: AVCHD,HDV, MPEG2-PS (which in some cases may not be able to be played)

Depending on the network device, the file format may be converted before transfer. In such cases, the file format resulting after conversion is used for playback. For details, refer to the instruction manual for the network device being used. Even files conforming to one of the file formats given above cannot be played in some cases.

Anyone have any experience with this model?

Edited by aidan

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