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6.2 Mega Pixel resolution from Sony's 10 Bit LCD panel for stunning picture quality
BRAVIA Engine Pro for greater picture definition
Live Colour Creation and x.v.Colour technology producing vibrant colours the way nature intended them to be viewed
Motionflow +100Hz to show fast-moving sequencies with precision and smoothness, ideal for sports
24p True Cinema to experience home cinema exactly as the director intended
Photo TV HD technology for viewing high-resolution digital still photographs in optimal quality
USB Photo Viewer to easily display your digital photos on a big TV screen
Built-in S-Force Front Surround for stunning full surround sound effects from only 2 front speakers
Voice Zoom feature for altering the volume of voices without changing background volume
BRAVIA Theatre Sync enabling you to operate your TV and entire home cinema system by pushing one button
HD 1080p compatible to display High Definition signals in breathtaking quality, i.e. Playstation®3, Blu-ray Disc, etc.
3 x HDMI inputs for easy connectivity - 2 on rear, 1 on side
Built-in Digital TV (MPEG 2) terrestrial tuner (also receives analogue)
Audio Description compatible allowing for blind or partially sighted people to follow television programmes (available in selected countries)
Can be wall-mounted using bracket SU-WL500 (optional)
Available to buy from September 2007
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#1
Are you sure as there no mention of this on Debenhams web site.
#2
Are these worth their money? £1100 (even with 5 year warranty) is a lot to pay for a 40" 1080p LCD...
#3
Considering this TV was last year top of the range by Sony. Cost under £2k.
#4
this offer is inside the debenhams... not online its within the concession department.
#5
is it actually 1080p?, just says 1080p compatible?
#6
No idea why voted cold - great deal for top of the range. was over £2000 in M&S, currently £1179 at Amazon (only 1 year warranty). Great deal, well done.
#7
maddogb
is it actually 1080p?, just says 1080p compatible?


Yeah I saw this too - I don't know why Retailers do this!

If you go to the site and look at the specification, it says 1920 x 1080 resolution as well as FullHD and 1080p HD Ready logos. If they just said FullHD 1080p on the description instead of just confusing people, it would be so much better!
#8
[COLOR="Red"]Dodgy alert![/COLOR]

OK, maybe I overplayed that a little. However, when you look at the technical specification, it turns
out to be a run-of-the-mill 1920x1080 - which by my reckoning is 2mega-pixels, not the 6.2 they claim.
Might be good, but I'm put off by the misleading description.

> Display Resolution (Pixels) 1920 x 1080 (6.2 Mega Pixels)
#9
pete_l
[COLOR="Red"]Dodgy alert![/COLOR]

OK, maybe I overplayed that a little. However, when you look at the technical specification, it turns
out to be a run-of-the-mill 1920x1080 - which by my reckoning is 2mega-pixels, not the 6.2 they claim.
Might be good, but I'm put off by the misleading description.

> Display Resolution (Pixels) 1920 x 1080 (6.2 Mega Pixels)


lol no idea where they're getting 6.2, unless the "6." is a typo and they just meant to type "2". Either way, we don't really measure TVs in megapixels as the resolution speaks for itself.
#10
Xb0xGuru;3050817
Are these worth their money? £1100 (even with 5 year warranty) is a lot to pay for a 40" 1080p LCD...


about the same as i paid just over a month ago for a 47" philips ambilight 1080p with 24p and 100 hertz with 5 year warranty from amazon.co.uk (model number 47pfl9632)
well the tv was £999.00
and the 5 year extended warrany was £124.99 again from amazon through allianz (legal and general)
mine is also 1080p 1920x1080 resolution and there is a sticker on the lcd says 6.2 megapixel and has 4 trillion colours
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pete_l
[COLOR="Red"]Dodgy alert![/COLOR]

OK, maybe I overplayed that a little. However, when you look at the technical specification, it turns
out to be a run-of-the-mill 1920x1080 - which by my reckoning is 2mega-pixels, not the 6.2 they claim.
Might be good, but I'm put off by the misleading description.

> Display Resolution (Pixels) 1920 x 1080 (6.2 Mega Pixels)


1920 multiplied 1080 gives you 2073600.

You multiply 2073600 by 3 because the tv uses blue, green & red sub pixels to produce it's images. This gives you 6220800, or more accurately 6,220,800. Ergo the 6.2m figure!
#12
grannie_mac;3052368
1920 multiplied 1080 gives you 2073600.

You multiply 2073600 by 3 because the tv uses blue, green & red sub pixels to produce it's images. This gives you 6220800, or more accurately 6,220,800. Ergo the 6.2m figure!


WELL WORKED OUT MATE
i always wondered how they came to megapixel figures
#13
I have this TV in all 3 sizes... 40, 46 and 52.... money well spent..... HD picture is truely superb. I also have the older x2000 as well even that gives current TV's a run for the money.........

If you have money to spend this is a TV to buy. Not for everyone.... especially if you are on a budget........
#14
wellbha
this offer is inside the debenhams... not online its within the concession department.

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