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About this product
- DescriptionRevolutionize your television viewing experience with the BRAVIA KDL-46V25L1. With 1920x1080 pixels resolution, this Sony BRAVIA V-series will make your favorite television characters come alive. The Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) in this LCD television gives you an amazing 7000:1 contrast ratio along with optimizing backlight levels for you to see a perfect picture. The BRAVIA KDL-46V25L1 is enhanced by BRAVIA ENGINE full digital video processor that turns your standard movie format to a crystal clear digital form. The PC input (HD-15-pin) of this Sony BRAVIA V-series allows you to conveniently turn your 46-inch TV to a computer monitor. Your lifestyle demands the best, so why settle for anything less than this LCD television.
- About The BrandSony is a Japan-based corporate group focused on the electronics, entertainment and financial service sectors. The company consists of various subsidiaries including Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Corporation and many more, as Sony Corporation is nowadays one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for both the consumer and professional markets. Worldwide-known for its reliable, high-quality devices such as cameras, laptops, mobile phones and tablets, Sony is noted to be the third-largest manufacturer of televisions as well. In 2005 the company introduced its in-house brand BRAVIA which offers high-definition LCD TVs in a wide range of screen sizes.
- Family LineBravia
- TV TypeFlat-Panel
- Display TechnologyLCD
- Screen Size46"
- Aspect Ratio16:9
- Display Resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
- 3D Technology3D Not Supported
- Smart TV FeaturesNot Supported
- Contrast Ratio1300:1
- Viewing Angle178°
- Number Of Speakers2
- Audio TypeVirtual Surround
- Exterior ColorBlack
Most relevant reviews
- exactrackSep 17, 2016by
Sony Bravia HDTV 46" 1080p, TruSurround, DTS, all the best of everything! Solid, serious equipment that retains value and goes n goes. Years of fun!!!
Sony at its best, quality excels and value is maintained over time. These models were built to last and they have. Entertainment and enjoyment for many years, with so many features that they stand the test of time. Mine is a 2007, but it's got the tech chops to deftly navigate and elevate many generations of content. 1920 x 1080 resolution, overbuilt engine and robust backlit display give this model the edge over lesser competitors that are much newer. Darks and bright imagery are like high and low notes in music. The ability to reach the further "registers" (range) is as vital to the viewers' fulfillment as dextrous balancing of them, and this set offers all this, as well as the depth of stage needed to encompass and incorporate the content. The sound, as is expected with better Sonys, serves to round out the users' enjoyment. Over 2 million pixels set alight by an advanced full digital video processor and complimented by Sony's Live Color Creation System for the culmination of audio/visual bliss, while treated to the sights and sounds of cutting edge digital expressions in media and entertainment. Digital Dolby and DTS, TruSurround as well as high quality audio components and 2 ch x 10W ea, give adjustability and fullness; painstakingly enhanced contrast ratios and established, reliable and repeatable parts and processes saturate the senses and draw the viewer into the experience. One comes to trust the machine for the symphony of sensory stimulation it offers on demand. This certainty can't be had with all points of contact to content that, in particular, the TV represents. If the television centrepiece is a portal at which we enter and engage all manner of captured and variable iterations of our reality, strange and familiar, cramped and comfortable, foreign and very close to home, then let that transition want for as little as possible. That seems to be the edict when a machine is made in order to always deliver. The V-Series Bravia by Sony, whatever the goals of the maker or purpose behind executing to such a degree, almost awakens to anticipate each passing quality that the viewer will most benefit by receiving. There is no doubt that this aspect of our consumption will increasingly benefit from advancing technology and artificial intelligence. But the Bravia is a high-water mark on that traverse, possibly even presupposes some of the simplicity but elegance that will no doubt offer the most by way of continued solutions to complex demands. If each step on a journey is not, in fact, identical in effect to every other - surely, sometimes we are heading 180° in the wrong direction! - the V-Series is a leap and a bound. Bravo, Bravia. Read full review
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