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Sony 70" Bravia HD ready TV is packed with the latest technology. This TV has integrated digital tuner, Bravia Engine Pro, EPG, Virtual Dolby Surround and 2 HDMI connections.

A perfect blend of style and technolgy.

***This TV comes with stand as shown***

70 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
10000:1 Contrast Ratio
2.5 (ms) Screen Response Rate
1920x1080 pixels
1080p resolution
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
BRAVIA ENGINE
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
Freeview
EPG (Guide Plus+)
Sound & Power Output
Dolby Pro-Logic 2
Virtual Dolby Surround
2 x 15 W Power Output Per Channel
Connections
2 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x S-Video Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
2 x Standard Scart Connection/s
1 x RGB Scart Connection/s
1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s

Accessories Supplied
Remote Control
User Manual
Batteries
Warranty Card
Power,Weight & Dimensions
74 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
1885x1520x611 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
285 W Power Consumption
0.5 W Standby Power Consumption
£2199.00

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#1
now all i have to do is buy a new house for it :roll:
#2
If only my room was bigger :(
#3
These things are huge! Not just the screen size but the rear.
#4
would only look nice in a mansion me thinks
#5
That is bigger than the windows in my house! Great price and a fantastic set, just don't have that much to spend :x
#6
FGS don't forget Quidco or other cashback sites :thumbsup:
#7
611mm FAT!
#8
crazymonkey
611mm FAT!


You think thats Fat when its a 70" screen? :?
#10
YES, I would rather spend 20k + on a 70" x series bravia. If I had the money, well the new years round the corner i'm sure I am thinking up some criminal monkey activity to subsidise a new expensive TV
#11
Just bought for the bedroom....................... in my dreams.
#12
The same outfit will sell you, for £249.96 ( a saving of 44%), a unit with
"Excellent picture quality - 1080p Up-Conversion" ...

trouble is, it's a set of speakers.
http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/products_moreinfo3/index.asp?product_id=12779

:santa:
#13
I would squeeze it into my flat even if it meant migraines every day.
#14
only trouble that it is a projection tv.
#15
I just about have the optimal viewing distance with the 55" version of this bad boy and it is superb, I have also seen this mutha in store and it is truly magnificent!

MM
#16
I would sooooo love to have this tv
#17
Have just realised that the Samsung has a 500000:1 ratio
where as the Sony only has 10000:1
#18


the samsung is an lcd and the sony is rear projection.
but the samsung has a contrast ratio of 500,000:1. thats gotta be one awesome looking screen!
#19
Samsung is in its own league
But still, for 2 G's this TV is amazing
#20
Got a 50" Plasma just now , If I had a spare couple of grand to spend I would
give this a try..................what could I sell :whistling:

You could get it now then worry about paying for it December 2008 LOL

must resist .....must resist
#21
brrrrr.. its getting very cold in here... maybe it will snow :santa:
#22
When you think about it , It wasnt that long ago (maybe 18 months ) that Panasonic was getting
this kind of money for a 42" plasma !!!!
#23
If you want this size of picture, you're far better off paying for an HD projector.
#24
I must admit to being somewhat puzzled by this "offer"; Digital direct are marketing this as a new model but Sony don't appear to be producing a SXRD any more. Sometime ago it was reported that a Sony spokesman stated that Sony will soon be exiting the rear projection TV business as soon as their current inventory is gone. Even though Sony's rear projection TVs were still popular, they will be shifting their resources toward LCDs, which they believe is "what people really want." This news isn't too strange since Sony isn't the first to be dropping rear projection from their lineup; Philips, Toshiba and Hitachi have already done the same. Don't get me wrong these are good TV's but given the shift in emphasis by Sony; potential purchasers should be aware of this change of direction. SXRD (LCD on silicon) would appear to have been shelved and along with it your longer term service options.
#25
yeah , agree with above.
Good chance of getting your money back if you have problems in the first year.
After that though ( if you take the extended warranty ) they would just write it off
and offer you the wear and tear reduced price.
Nobody is going to lump that huge telly about to repair it
#26
it might be rear projection but to get the quality of this screen you would have to spend like £20,000 on a lcd/plasma, even then i think i would prefer this sxrd.
#27
Ento
I must admit to being somewhat puzzled by this "offer"; Digital direct are marketing this as a new model but Sony don't appear to be producing a SXRD any more. Sometime ago it was reported that a Sony spokesman stated that Sony will soon be exiting the rear projection TV business as soon as their current inventory is gone. Even though Sony's rear projection TVs were still popular, they will be shifting their resources toward LCDs, which they believe is "what people really want." This news isn't too strange since Sony isn't the first to be dropping rear projection from their lineup; Philips, Toshiba and Hitachi have already done the same. Don't get me wrong these are good TV's but given the shift in emphasis by Sony; potential purchasers should be aware of this change of direction. SXRD (LCD on silicon) would appear to have been shelved and along with it your longer term service options.


yeh people still blinded by the looks of a lcd tv than the quality of the picture, this still amazes me.
#28
just buy a 1080p projector like the Mitsubishi HC4900 Projector fr £1300 quid

http://www.projectorpoint.co.uk/projectors/Mitsubishi_HC4900.html

The sony is effectivly a SXRD 1080p back projection tv.

the Mitsubishi HC4900 is far smaller and all u need is a blank white wall.
#29
a typical barrett home lounge should easily accomodate it

Viewers may however need to stand (or sit on the lounge they have had to remove to accomodate it) outside and peer through the longe window! :)
#30
the pixels on sd tv must be the size of one of the first tvs i ever purchased

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