Sony 50" Bravia HD Ready Freeview LCD DLP TV (A Grade) Fof £ 699.99 - HotUKDeals
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50" Widescreen High Definition Ready Built in DVB Freeview Tuner Virtual Dolby Surround Sound (20w) HDMI Connectivity 7 day electronic programme guide bull; Picture in Picture facility Receive up to 30 digital TV channels Free
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#1
nice screen. we should also give money to charity
#2
i told myself WOW AN LCD... but then read the full specs :)
nevertheless, still nice deal if u have the space
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Shame its collection only:x
#4
Careful people - its an RPTV so it will take up three quarters of your house, you will require a dumper truck, a team of polish builders, an architect and a crane to get it through your door, the bulb will need replaced in a week requiring you to sell your children to replace it and you will only be able to see a picture in a blacked out room with all the lights off and even then you will need to be straight in front of it allowing you to enjoy the rainbows and colour blobs it will give you instead of a picture.

Or it might just be a great inexpensive way to get a fantastic HD picture on a decent sized screen.

Voted Hot - great bargain
#5
effpee
Careful people - its an RPTV so it will take up three quarters of your house, you will require a dumper truck, a team of polish builders, an architect and a crane to get it through your door, the bulb will need replaced in a week requiring you to sell your children to replace it and you will only be able to see a picture in a blacked out room with all the lights off and even then you will need to be straight in front of it allowing you to enjoy the rainbows and colour blobs it will give you instead of a picture.

Or it might just be a great inexpensive way to get a fantastic HD picture on a decent sized screen.

Voted Hot - great bargain


quality!!
#6
effpee;1613992
Careful people - its an RPTV so it will take up three quarters of your house, you will require a dumper truck, a team of polish builders, an architect and a crane to get it through your door, the bulb will need replaced in a week requiring you to sell your children to replace it and you will only be able to see a picture in a blacked out room with all the lights off and even then you will need to be straight in front of it allowing you to enjoy the rainbows and colour blobs it will give you instead of a picture.

Or it might just be a great inexpensive way to get a fantastic HD picture on a decent sized screen.

Voted Hot - great bargain



lolz read your first para and thought you were retarded.... until I read the rest ;)

as they say in the land of ALI G: RESTECP :thumbsup:


Nice telly, ok price.
#7
effpee
Careful people - its an RPTV so it will take up three quarters of your house, you will require a dumper truck, a team of polish builders, an architect and a crane to get it through your door, the bulb will need replaced in a week requiring you to sell your children to replace it and you will only be able to see a picture in a blacked out room with all the lights off and even then you will need to be straight in front of it allowing you to enjoy the rainbows and colour blobs it will give you instead of a picture.


My sis has a similer 50" Sony TV and it wasn't that hard or big at all.. width is probably 12 inces.
#8
Shock
.....it wasn't that hard or big at all.. width is probably 12 inces.


I really have to clean up my mind:oops:
#9
PinkyPonk Driver
I really have to clean up my mind:oops:


Snap!! :-D
#10
Can I just point out that this is a rear projection TV not an LCD as listed in the title and on the website?
#11
PinkyPonk Driver
I really have to clean up my mind:oops:


ROFL....12 inches wide...aint natural
#12
Fat Bird
Can I just point out that this is a rear projection TV not an LCD as listed in the title and on the website?


Sony refer to it as an LCD Rear Pro TV, so it's not completely out.

We have this TV in my pub, its a very good picture in all but direct sunlight. Think we paid 1000 for it a couple of years back, so this ain't a bad price. I wonder if it still comes with the matching stand?

Oh, and it's a KDFE50A12U in case anyone was wondering? (doesn't actually say it anywhere that i can see). Or at least that's what the image is of! :)
#13
Fat Bird;1614185
Can I just point out that this is a rear projection TV not an LCD as listed in the title and on the website?

It uses 3LCD technology. 3LCD technology is a video projection system that uses three LCD panels to produce an image.
So many people on here post nonsense about goods they seemingly know nothing about.
And funny post effpee!
#14
publandlord
Sony refer to it as an LCD Rear Pro TV, so it's not completely out.

We have this TV in my pub, its a very good picture in all but direct sunlight. Think we paid 1000 for it a couple of years back, so this ain't a bad price. I wonder if it still comes with the matching stand?

Oh, and it's a KDFE50A12U in case anyone was wondering? (doesn't actually say it anywhere that i can see). Or at least that's what the image is of! :)


Just had a shufty and Sony don't actually make it any more so I can't find any further information but it does point to obselete technology, how deep is the unit (approx)?
#15
Sony...
#16
Could someone kindly answer this question

If I connect my pc to a HD LCD Television will it be upscaled through software or is it better to buy a separate upscaler? Thanks
#17
Yeah, its a couple of models out of date now. Still a very good set though - like i say, ours is installed in a pub so it gets a LOT of use! Its still going strong with no signs of dimming yet.

Must be ~40cms max depth?? Although it tapers significantly thinner towards the top.
Weighs about 30Kg.
#18
superdudeo
Could someone kindly answer this question

If I connect my pc to a HD LCD Television will it be upscaled through software or is it better to buy a separate upscaler? Thanks


You should be able to set the size of your pc display through it's settings, you won't need an upscaler.
#19
thanks
#20
publandlord;1614310
Yeah, its a couple of models out of date now. Still a very good set though - like i say, ours is installed in a pub so it gets a LOT of use! Its still going strong with no signs of dimming yet.

Must be ~40cms max depth?? Although it tapers significantly thinner towards the top.
Weighs about 30Kg.


almost spot-on, but the matching stand that it sits on is 42ish.
#21
Now is this TV DLP or LCD?
LCD refracts light, and you lose quality, refresh rate and brightness (as the light is seperated into the three colours then shone back out as a whole) whereas DLP Reflects light on minute mirrors (each mirror equals to one pixel!), that then gets shone through a spinning wheel of coolurs and you lose next to no quality at all, and it has a very fast refresh rate...
#22
MasterMunt
Now is this TV DLP or LCD?
LCD refracts light, and you lose quality, refresh rate and brightness (as the light is seperated into the three colours then shone back out as a whole) whereas DLP Reflects light on minute mirrors (each mirror equals to one pixel!), that then gets shone through a spinning wheel of coolurs and you lose next to no quality at all, and it has a very fast refresh rate...


Quick answer is it's LCD, but read message #14

@alchemistkevin: i stand corrected :) Geddit? Stand? No? Oh well....
#23
I've got a 52inch SONY LCD and I can tell you in a lot of ways its not as good as my old DLP infocus x1 projector which you can pick up for about 250 quid now ! The picture is miles bigger, and probably better on SD input. You can only use it in the evening though and my one doesn't support HD (although you can obviously buy more expensive higher spec models now that can.)

In summary I just wanted to say DLP projectors are great and not sure why you'd buy a back projection TV instead. All that does is vastly limit your projected picture size, and its bulky where as you'd hardly notice the projector.

My advice would be a sensible sized TV for daytime viewing and a DLP projector for evening viewing of football and films. (Yes I know I didn't follow my own advice and went OTT on my TV size !)
#24
I have this television at home, it is absolutely huge!
#25
Had this tv for 2 years now,
It is a big screen but its surprising how you soon get used to it
Really is a good picture, especially when run with hd source (sky or ps3) (720p or 1080i)
Cannot comment on picture thru freeview as i do not live in an area where it is available at the moment.
No probs with bulb and its on morning noon & night.
At this pricepoint looks a bit of a bargain.:thumbsup:
#26
what inputs does this have?

ie component? VGA etc

just thinking for xbox360, media centre PC and PS3 :)
#27
i think its worth asking if anybody has dealt with this company before? could this possibly be another mh100? (i was stung by them for £1238, but manged to get money back, even using debit card)
#28
tomw
It uses 3LCD technology. 3LCD technology is a video projection system that uses three LCD panels to produce an image.
So many people on here post nonsense about goods they seemingly know nothing about.
And funny post effpee!


So it reflects the image and therefore for all intents and purposes is a rear projection tv, LCD projection or not, it projects the image and as publandlord says it's about 40cm deep which is what you'd expect from a rear projection unit.
Second post and already mouthing off.
#29
I have this tv at home its brilliant I bought it 2 years ago when it was £1300 and never had any trouble. The picture is really good but it can look darker when stood above or from the sides i.e. playing on the wii. I have used it with sky hd and virgin media and with my ps3 and blue ray discs it always corrects to the best format available. It does not have 1080p but I didn't mind at the time when all the other 42" tvs lcd/plasma in the stores were £2k. I'd buy another next time and the tv weighs hardly anything, the stand on the other hand if you get it is heavier. It works fine with my laptop plugged in as well and the freeview tuner has always worked well and displays a good picture........... thinking about it I might just get another :-)
#30
This company had an advert in the London Daily Mirror on the 8th Feb and had this TV in it!
So it would appear its pretty safe to order

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