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Sony Bravia KDL46EX713 - 46" Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD Internet TV with Edge LED Screen, Motionflow 100Hz and Eco Features *Freeview HD* - £689.87 (with code) @ Amazon

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Use Code SONYTV80 Claim £20, £40 or £80 off Selected Sony TVs with our Discount Codes Until 23:59 BST, Sunday June 5, 2011, you can claim £20, £40 or £80 off the Amazon.co.uk selling price of a… Read More
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Sony KDL-46EX713 46" LED Full HD 1080p TV

The super-slim 46-inch Sony Bravia KDL-46EX713 provides stunning picture quality and offers an amazing Full HD experience, while clutter-free design fits any space effortlessly. The EX713's online entertainment capabilities allow you to access the growing entertainment options you can get straight for the web, while a new design lets you save on energy bills too.
The 1080p Full HD Sony Bravia KDL-46EX713 allows you to benefit from the latest Edge LED technology, which means this model can be both ultra-slim and deliver an amazing picture experience. Incredible contrast and details, rich colours and smooth action are supplied by Motionflow 100Hz, offering a spectacular way to enjoy TV, movies and games.
The KDL-46EX713 is your passport to the wide world of of Internet TV. You can sit down to your favourite TV shows whenever suits you with catch-up TV, or stream the best from YouTube, Dailymotion and other popular websites. It's the easy way to enjoy full-screen online entertainment from the comfort of your sofa.
This model has been designed to enhance your living space, with a clean and slim design that will fit in seamlessly with your room interior. It's even Wi-Fi Ready so you can access the Internet without the mess of unsightly wires by adding an optional wireless dongle.
This Sony Bravia KDL-46EX713 helps you save energy and reduce household bills. Its presence sensor turns the picture off automatically if you leave the room. With ambient sensor you automatically get the best picture brightness to suit the room and save energy when the lights are low.
Enjoy a huge range of free digital TV and radio channels, including HD programmes, with built-in Freeview HD. There's no subscription or contract and no need for a set-top box or satellite dish - it's all easily accessible using just one remote control and your external TV aerial.
Built in DLNA lets you stream movies, music and photos to your Bravia from compatible devices, such as a laptop, mobile phone or music player, no matter where in the home they are located.
The Bravia KDL-46EX713 has a USB socket and built in media player to allow you to plug in a USB device and enjoy movies, photos and music on your TV, and also offers 4 HDMI sockets to let you plug in a Blu-ray player, games console, camera, camcorder or other high definition device.
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#1
Excellent price, heat added. A mate of mine bought this tv from John Lewis last week for a penny short of a grand
1 Like #2
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame
#3
£779?
#4
Stradders
£779?

Read the top of this post then click the link?
banned#5
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame

have the same model in 40,absolutley fine...........the old v3000 i got rid of,definately!
#6
RFC
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


have the same model in 40,absolutley fine...........the old v3000 i got rid of,definately!


I've got the NX (same panel) and picture in HD and 3D is awesome!


Edited By: No8 on Apr 09, 2011 20:24
#7
RFC
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


have the same model in 40,absolutley fine...........the old v3000 i got rid of,definately!


Not what many of the reviews say tho,maybe they are faulty i dunno.

Genuinely interested in this tv BTW
banned#8
No8
RFC
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame

have the same model in 40,absolutley fine...........the old v3000 i got rid of,definately!

I've got the NX (same panel) and picture in HD and 3D is awesome!

oops ,just realised this is the ex....i have the nx too???

sry peeps!
#9
is this better or worse than the g20?
#10
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


yes it does for the first couple of weeks, then it goes away

mine did and now its uniform, awesome tv got it for £840 from JL in November

is it better or worse then the G20? funny thing you say that as i have both and gonna sell one of them, I will copy and paste my amazon.co.uk review

Both good but in VERY different ways

This is my first Sony TV and upon turning it on the first thing I noticed were the colours, which were much richer and vibrant than my old TV (even coming from an Samsung LE40B650T2 which is no slouch in the visual department). The sound quality was another big improvement I noticed from the Samsung, the bass and sound clarity were much better especially considering half the TV is just over an inch thick.

The big complaint I have seen with this TV after doing alot of digging, would be the issue of 'edge-bleeding'or 'clouding'. I also had this problem but as another reviewer said after a couple of weeks or so my screen is now completely uniform. And looks fantastic. So people that send it back straight away are just shooting themselves in the foot. I also have a 50' Panansonic G20 and while I would say that It has a better picture overall (with better blacks) AND also has more features. The practicalities of this Sony Bravia like the eco-settings, the absolutely silence, power usage, slimness, weight, the brilliant XrossMediaBar (which is far better than the G20's interface) and the amazing colours make this TV as good as the G20 Panasonic range although in very different ways.

In terms of the minor negatives, it really could have done with an extra USB slot (1 isnt enough) and supporting a few more video formats, also the optimum viewing angle isnt great as the blacks tend to grey is you are anything off centre (maybe 20 degrees off centre), but these are my only gripes with this TV. Recommended!







Edited By: Richard27 on Apr 10, 2011 09:58: bored
banned#11
i know Costco warehouses are not common, but got mine from Derby for £720 inc 5 year warranty may still be available
#12
Richard27
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


yes it does for the first couple of weeks, then it goes away

mine did and now its uniform, awesome tv got it for £840 from JL in November


Dunno how that fault can go away to be honest , maybe you got used to it

Its alot of money to risk for me

Whats viewing angles like ?
#13
Found it for £740 and 5 year warranty http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/televisions/lcd-televisions/46-inch-lcd-televisions/kdl46ex713u/product?gclid=CI6uyKqW_KcCFcJP4Qod1G_VqQ

You need to trade in an old TV tho and instore only :(
#14
deanos
Richard27
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


yes it does for the first couple of weeks, then it goes away

mine did and now its uniform, awesome tv got it for £840 from JL in November


Dunno how that fault can go away to be honest , maybe you got used to it

Its alot of money to risk for me

Whats viewing angles like ?


uniform after a month of use bar the 2 lightest columns on either side (about 1 inch wide),which you can only see when you strain your eyes, black are excellent also

viewing angle? about 40 degrees, 20 either way, the main reasons you buy it are for the reasons I mentioned in my review though


Edited By: Richard27 on Apr 10, 2011 13:18
#15
Richard27
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


yes it does for the first couple of weeks, then it goes away

mine did and now its uniform, awesome tv got it for £840 from JL in November

is it better or worse then the G20? funny thing you say that as i have both and gonna sell one of them, I will copy and paste my amazon.co.uk review

Both good but in VERY different ways

This is my first Sony TV and upon turning it on the first thing I noticed were the colours, which were much richer and vibrant than my old TV (even coming from an Samsung LE40B650T2 which is no slouch in the visual department). The sound quality was another big improvement I noticed from the Samsung, the bass and sound clarity were much better especially considering half the TV is just over an inch thick.

The big complaint I have seen with this TV after doing alot of digging, would be the issue of 'edge-bleeding'or 'clouding'. I also had this problem but as another reviewer said after a couple of weeks or so my screen is now completely uniform. And looks fantastic. So people that send it back straight away are just shooting themselves in the foot. I also have a 50' Panansonic G20 and while I would say that It has a better picture overall (with better blacks) AND also has more features. The practicalities of this Sony Bravia like the eco-settings, the absolutely silence, power usage, slimness, weight, the brilliant XrossMediaBar (which is far better than the G20's interface) and the amazing colours make this TV as good as the G20 Panasonic range although in very different ways.

In terms of the minor negatives, it really could have done with an extra USB slot (1 isnt enough) and supporting a few more video formats, also the optimum viewing angle isnt great as the blacks tend to grey is you are anything off centre (maybe 20 degrees off centre), but these are my only gripes with this TV. Recommended!








lol so which one are you going to sell, and have you done a review on the g20 as well by any chance?
#16
Cheers OP, ordered!
#17
brohood
Richard27
deanos
Seems it suffers with clouding like most LED lit screens, shame


yes it does for the first couple of weeks, then it goes away

mine did and now its uniform, awesome tv got it for £840 from JL in November

is it better or worse then the G20? funny thing you say that as i have both and gonna sell one of them, I will copy and paste my amazon.co.uk review

Both good but in VERY different ways

This is my first Sony TV and upon turning it on the first thing I noticed were the colours, which were much richer and vibrant than my old TV (even coming from an Samsung LE40B650T2 which is no slouch in the visual department). The sound quality was another big improvement I noticed from the Samsung, the bass and sound clarity were much better especially considering half the TV is just over an inch thick.

The big complaint I have seen with this TV after doing alot of digging, would be the issue of 'edge-bleeding'or 'clouding'. I also had this problem but as another reviewer said after a couple of weeks or so my screen is now completely uniform. And looks fantastic. So people that send it back straight away are just shooting themselves in the foot. I also have a 50' Panansonic G20 and while I would say that It has a better picture overall (with better blacks) AND also has more features. The practicalities of this Sony Bravia like the eco-settings, the absolutely silence, power usage, slimness, weight, the brilliant XrossMediaBar (which is far better than the G20's interface) and the amazing colours make this TV as good as the G20 Panasonic range although in very different ways.

In terms of the minor negatives, it really could have done with an extra USB slot (1 isnt enough) and supporting a few more video formats, also the optimum viewing angle isnt great as the blacks tend to grey is you are anything off centre (maybe 20 degrees off centre), but these are my only gripes with this TV. Recommended!








lol so which one are you going to sell, and have you done a review on the g20 as well by any chance?


dunno I have one day to decide, I have grown to love my Sony though
#18
no 3D , previous deal for 40 inch with 3d was good for me
#19
brohood
is this better or worse than the g20?


G20 has better spec. This can display ful 1920x1080pixel where the G20 cant (if you were planning to use with PC)

the reason I'd choose this over the G20 is the image retention & power consumption. Otherwise G20 wins hands down
#20
Now £673.97

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