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Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV at Amazon for £199
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Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV at Amazon for £199

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Posted 4th Jan

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I'm not fussed about 720/1080/HDR, and nor should anyone else be at this screen size and price point.

It's a great kitchen/bedroom smart TV and a good find, have some heat.
Edited by: "Mojomaster1979" 4th Jan
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HD Ready HDR 😳
mattrixdesign204/01/2020 08:18

HD Ready HDR 😳


Weird isn't it. I think the HDR compatibility is only really useful for PS4 games.
It's a good telly for looking at Minecraft stuff. Hot.
Hot! Considerably better than a full HD JVC, Toshiba, Philips or Sharp. If you can't find a full HD Samsung or LG for this price, buy this instead, the Vestel ones I've mentioned are rubbish.

This was over 600 hot in Oct and the price was £5 more, also over 300 in Dec for this price. This should get hot IMO.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Jan
I'm missing something here. It's a 2017 TV with 720p?
I wouldn't say it's HDR. In its own manual it states "HDR (HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE) COMPATIBILITY". Wow. Now if I tell you it has a scart socket as well ......
I'm not fussed about 720/1080/HDR, and nor should anyone else be at this screen size and price point.

It's a great kitchen/bedroom smart TV and a good find, have some heat.
Edited by: "Mojomaster1979" 4th Jan
Mojomaster197904/01/2020 10:07

I'm not fussed about 720/1080/HDR, and nor should anyone else be at this …I'm not fussed about 720/1080/HDR, and nor should anyone else be at this screen size and price point.It's a great kitchen/bedroom smart TV and a good find, have some heat.


I've learnt it the hard way, wasted my money on full HD JVC and Toshiba. Took me months to get my money back and buy a different TV. An 'outdated' TV from a good brand is often better than a top specs TV that does not work as it should. Never mind people will not buy this as a main TV, so why should compromise on brand to go with higher specs which are often unrealistic or made up.
I didnt take others advice when I've got my JVC and Toshiba, after my experience, I can say the others were right. I wanted a full HD TV in a room I probably go once a month, what's the point on high specs if not used? At least in my case the full HD TV was cheaper than this, but in reality it didnt give me any value for my money.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Jan
Am needing a new tv for my studio place and just wanting a decent smart tv with good options, even if apps go out of date there are plenty ways to get apps on tv these days, so does it get much better for this price and size?
But this is an outdated TV on Sony's old Linux based OS, not android. So the chances of there being any useful software updates this decade are close to zero. So expect the built in online services to fail quite quickly. Ok if you are happy with 720p and to use it with external sources or just Freeview.
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