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Sony KDL46X4500 LED £1,599.00 @ Robert Whyte

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Seems to be still selling for £2999 at Comet

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Experience deeper blacks (over 1,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio) and the most realistic colour reproduction thanks to local dimming RGB Dynamic LED backlight technology See enhanced picture depth, clarity and definition with BRAVIA ENGINE 2 PRO View fast-moving images, such as sports or action movies, with life-like smoothness and sharper detail thanks to Motionflow Pro 100Hz with backlight blinking Enjoy all the music and photo content from your computer on your TV with DLNA home networking technology See life-like and vibrant colours the way nature intended them to be viewed with x.v.Colour It's easy to use your TV screen to view your digital photographs with USB Photo Viewer and with PhotoTV HD you can see them in superb High Definition quality When you are not watching TV, turn it into a digital picture frame with Picture Frame Mode. Fill the black hole in your living room by using your TV to display your own pictures or the 6 pre-installed images Featuring our draw the LINE design concept and a unique 'floating design', the BRAVIA X4500 has a modern and sophisticated look Customise your TV with an optional Obsidian Black or Ruby Red speaker grille accessory No more confusing menu screens thanks to our easy-to-navigate XrossMediaBar to browse all your TV functions If you enjoy watching films then this is the TV for you - view movies exactly how the director intended with 24p True Cinema Control your entire home cinema set-up with just one click on the TV remote and access the menus on compatible peripheral devices such as Handycam® camcorders thanks to BRAVIA Sync Four HDMI inputs (three on rear, one on side, all with CEC) make it even easier to connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc and PLAYSTATION®3 Share music, photos, and video by connecting your personal digital devices such as WALKMAN® or iPod® to your BRAVIA TV with the Digital Media Port Experience the effect of digital surround sound from only two front speakers with our advanced S-Force Front Surround technology Alter the volume of voices without changing background volume with Voice Zoom Watch digital TV with the integrated standard definition digital terrestrial tuner (MPEG-2, also receives analogue) Watch cable TV with the integrated digital cable tuner (subject to country and with supported operators only) Wall mountable with the optional bracket SU-WL500 Power consumption data: 0.5W in standby, 270W in operation
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Hmmmmm how long before these become more affordable I wonder?!?! Isn't LED being slated a bit as being inferior to LCD (just a question....).
#2
Not that it really matters with the saving to be had compared to Comet, but it's £49.99 delivery.
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frakison
Hmmmmm how long before these become more affordable I wonder?!?! Isn't LED being slated a bit as being inferior to LCD (just a question....).


This TV and many new "LED TVs" are still just LCD panels with LEDs used for backlighting. The benefits include more true-to-life colours/deeper blacks, but such problems associated with LCD technology, such as motion blur, still exist.

LED backlit TVs should not be confused with the newer OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TVs which aren't available for purchase at a reasonable size (more than a new inches). OLED televisions will produce a better overall picture, giving deeper blacks and no motion blur issues like current LCDs (and plasmas for that matter).

I think what is being slated is the marketing of these new LED backlit TVs. Many consumers think they are buying the newer OLED technology but in fact it is still an LCD, just using LEDs for backlight. Many retailers don't make this point clear enough.

Hope I got that right :thumbsup:
#5
frakison
Hmmmmm how long before these become more affordable I wonder?!?! Isn't LED being slated a bit as being inferior to LCD (just a question....).


I watched a Bluray instore being played next to a LCD, it dumped all over it, it looked "real".

My next TV will be an LED.
#6
Jerec
I watched a Bluray instore being played next to a LCD, it dumped all over it, it looked "real".

My next TV will be an LED.


Just be careful, in our local they put an LED next to a (crappy) LCD (Im sure by complete coincidence :whistling:) and the difference was incredible..... HOWEVER, compare the LED to one of the decent LCDs around the corner with 100hz, motionflow etc (but still cheaper than the LED!!) and it was not so incredible :thumbsup:
#7
frakison
in our local they put an LED next to a (crappy) LCD


Wow, I wish my local sold TVs, I have to make do with beer. :-D

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