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Be the first to get Integrated Entertainment!

29 July, 2008

Be the first to get Integrated Entertainment!

Not only is the new 40” Sony V-Series BRAVIA LCD TV sleek and sexy, it is one of the first televisions on the market to boast an integrated digital tuner that allows you to pick up Freeview|HDTM with no set top box!

As well as being ready to receive Freeview|HDTM you will be spoilt with Full HD 1080p picture quality and all the convenience and features and you would expect in a Sony BRAVIA including stunning picture quality and reliability.

With over nine channels in crystal clear digital quality you can sit down and relax in front of your favourite programmes with more clarity and less clutter in your lounge.

Available at Noel Leeming retail stores for $2799.00

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