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Sony KDL-46W4500 - 46" BRAVIA LCD TV - 100Hz - widescreen - 1080p (FullHD) - HDTV 1080p - black

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      09.02.2009 13:58
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      Recently there has only been one make when it comes to televisions, Sony. There has also only been one brand that embodies the quality of the item, Bravia. This 46" Widescreen LCD version certainly lives up the name. HD ready with full 1080p resolution means that watching anything on this screen is simply a joyful experience. I must admit, I did not totally buy into the whole "HD" thing when it first arrived on the scene. Since seeing Planet Earth at a friend's house though I was completely sold, the detail was incredible. Suddenly the days of grainy attempts trying to work out the species of ape I was looking at, only to realise it was David Attenbourgh, are over! The HDMI cable input makes connecting anything into the TV easy, so ends the multitude of cables to every appliance under the sun. The sleek black body adds another level of glamour to the item. However there is a draw back, the cost. Invariably you have to pay a price for this level of engineering and the price for any Bravia is high. There are of course cheaper variants. However I do not feel that you would get anything like the quality, reliability and sheer power for less.

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  • Product Details

    PRODUCT FEATURES:

    View fast-moving images, such as sports or action movies, with life-like smoothness and sharper detail thanks to Motionflow 100Hz with Sony's image blur reduction technology

    Experience incredibly clear and defined images with Bravia Engine 2 picture enhancement technology and advanced contrast enhancer

    Enjoy all the music and photo content from your computer on your TV with DLNA home networking technology

    Watch TV, movies and games in high definition detail thanks to the 6.2-megapixel resolution

    Featuring Sony's unique draw the line design concept, the Bravia W4500 looks fantastic in any room

    See life-like and vibrant colors the way nature intended them to be viewed with x.v.Color

    It's easy to use your TV screen to view your digital photographs with USB photo viewer and with PhotoTV HD you can see them in superb high definition quality

    When you are not watching TV, turn it into a digital picture frame with picture frame mode

    No more confusing menu screens thanks to Sony's easy-to-navigate XrossMediaBar to browse all your TV functions

    If you love watching films then this is the TV for you - view movies exactly how the director intended with 24p true cinema

    Control your entire home cinema set-up with just one click on the TV remote and access the menus on compatible peripheral devices such as Handycam camcorders thanks to Bravia Sync

    Three HDMI inputs (two on rear, one on side, all with CEC) make it even easier to connect to high definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc and PlayStation 3

    Share music, photos, and video by connecting your personal digital devices such as Walkman or iPod to your Bravia TV with the digital media port

    Experience the effect of digital surround sound from just the front speakers with Sony's advanced S-Force Front Surround technology

    Alter the volume of voices without changing background volume with voice zoom

    Watch digital TV with the integrated standard definition digital terrestrial tuner (MPEG-2, also receives analog)