Sound And Vision Shop, Bolton And Leeds TV And Electrical Sale-Save Up To 93% On High Street Prices

Winter 2009/2010 - Sound and Vision are having their biggest sale ever, offering savings of up to 93% on Home Cinema, Blu-ray players and recorders,DVD players and recorders,lcd tvs,plasma televisions and electricals.

Online PR News – 03-January-2010 – – Shop online or in store and make terrific savings on the latest AV models. In the Sound and Vision Winter sale discover savings of up to 93% on electrical items including huge savings on LCD TVs, Plasma televisions, DVD players, DVD recorders, Blu-ray players, Blu-ray Recorders and home cinema systems. In store and online you will find huge savings on the biggest brands, including Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, Philips, JVC and LG.

Bring in the New Year with an amazing upgrade to your home cinema system. Buy an LCD television or plasma TV from Sound and Vision and make your friends green with envy with jaw dropping high definition detail. On sale in the Sound and Vision sale are televisions that have a Full HD 1080p panels, built in Freeview tuners and new to 2009, built in freesat-HD tuners.

2009 has been a massive year for high definition (HD), with the introduction of freesat-HD and affordable Full HD 1080p panels. 2010 is expected to be even bigger that is why Sound and Vision the home cinema specialists are having their biggest Winter Clearance Sale, to make way for the new releases due in spring.

2009 saw the introduction of televisions with built in freesat-HD from the major manufacturers including Sony, Panasonic and LG. Freesat HD works in a similar way to Freeview as there is no monthly subscription fee or contract, simply plug and play. The main difference is it uses a satellite dish to receive free to view high definition channels like BBC HD and ITV HD. In the Sound and Vision winter clearance sale you can pick up one of these revolutionary LCD or plasma televisions at almost half the high street price. Watching programmes in full high definition opens up a new world of television viewing with intensified detail, improved colour and sharper lines. In the Sound and Vision January Sale pick up one of these latest models from big name manufacturers like Sony, Panasonic, Philips, Toshiba and LG at heavily discounted prices.

If you call in to one of the electrical retail outlets for Sound and Vision in either Leeds, West Yorkshire or Bolton, Greater Manchester you will uncover a huge selection of products that are not available online from manufactures such as Bose, Pioneer, Kef and Yamaha as low sale prices. The expert sales team in the Sound and Vision shops are on hand to help and assist you in making the right purchase and save you money where they can. In the Sound and Vision shop you can try before you buy, and see firsthand the cheap prices, offers and great deals available. There are often exclusive deals in the Sound and Vision shops that are not available online, extra discounts are often obtained with a face to face service.

The cheap prices are not only available in store; there are pages and pages of seriously discounted products to browse through online at

Make remarkable savings online and browse pages and pages of products that have been heavily discounted. In the Sound and Vision January clearance sale you may also find further bargains on mail order returned items. The mail order returns are products that are in full working order, but as they have been taken out of the box for one reason or another they cannot be sold as new, giving the customers a further discount on the latest models.

Updating your home cinema system is more affordable than ever, with the VAT increase looming now couldn’t be a better time to order a new home cinema systems, TV of speaker system in the Sound and Vision January Sale 2010.

Sound And Vision electrical shops are located at 78 Armley Road, Armley, Leeds, West Yorkshire. LS12 2EJ. 0113 244 3030 and 44 - 46 Higher Market Street, Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire. BL4 9BB 01204 861861. The web site address is

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