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Topic # 60530 27-Apr-2010 14:05
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Bond and Bond are advertising the Sony 32" HD LCD TV (KDL32EX400) as a "New Release". 

But, this is not a new release, this is last years model. The KDL32EX500 is the new release version.

This is in the B&B junk mail dropped in our mail today. 


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  Reply # 323631 27-Apr-2010 14:09
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No quality control it seems.

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  Reply # 325041 30-Apr-2010 00:29

Actually you are wrong, it is the current model. One is the 100Hz motion flow version of the other. YOu would actually be better to get last years model, because it is better than the current model, as it can be networked. Only the higher end ones can now be networked.


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  Reply # 325082 30-Apr-2010 08:40

New Release... It is a new release if they have not sold it before. Just like how tv3 say "NETWORK PREMIER"... Doesn't mean they were the first to show it on tv in NZ...

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  Reply # 325508 1-May-2010 09:15
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Um... the KDL32EX400 is one of Sony's "new" range.
It's full HD, but only capable of 50Hz.

The KDL32EX500 is the 100Hz model (with a brushed alloy strip and swivel base).

While it has been out for a few months now, I'd venture that it would still be considered 'new' by the majority.

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