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Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU at Amazon for £199
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Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU at Amazon for £199

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Posted 26th Dec 2019

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Juts seen this which looks like its a great price for a 32" smart tv with Freeview Play and HDR.

Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO, Slim and streamlined design) - Black

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Feel the thrill of great entertainment

Enjoy a great entertainment experience with pictures enhanced close to Full HD by our X-Reality PRO upscaling and bass sound boosted by a powerful built-in subwoofer. And with one-button access to YouTube, you’ll find all your entertainment in an instant.
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It's 720p.
sam_of_london26/12/2019 08:51

Buy 4k now


In 32 inch, good luck!? For one they're aren't any and two even if there were then you would not notice the difference on such a small screen.

Pointless comment.
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Buy 4k now
It's 720p.
Edited by: "bally12345" 26th Dec 2019
Aradria26/12/2019 09:04

It's 720p.


Yes this is definitely not full hd and is 720p as it says on the spec sheet linked.
bally1234526/12/2019 09:08

[Image] just in case you missed it in the description



Where is that screenshot taken from? The amazon listing says "HD Ready" (which means 720p) in the description and " 720p HD Ready" further down. Googling the model number lists a bunch of other places that also describe it as 720p, including Sony's own website.
bally1234526/12/2019 09:08

[Image] just in case you missed it in the description


The spec sheet linked says 720p and so does Sony site and everywhere else.
According to Sony and according to Amazon, this is an HD Ready (720p) panel:


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That doesn’t mean it isn’t able to accept Full HD sources (but will obviously reduce their resolution once displayed).
Edited by: "mkpianist" 26th Dec 2019
phoenix02926/12/2019 09:11

The spec sheet linked says 720p and so does Sony site and everywhere else.


Screenshot taken from the listing... But a quick Google search and looks it does look its 720p

Looks like theres error on the amazon listing

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Edited by: "bally12345" 26th Dec 2019
I'm afraid it is 720p, but very misleading as some of the description on Amazon says Full HD. But pdf spec sheet confirms its 1366x768.
sam_of_london26/12/2019 08:51

Buy 4k now


In 32 inch, good luck!? For one they're aren't any and two even if there were then you would not notice the difference on such a small screen.

Pointless comment.
The reason I haven't bought a new TV is because my 15 year old Sony KDL32V4000 is still going strong. Far from the best now but no doubt a great cheap TV for a spare room, kids etc
So misleading, please change the mention of 1080p in the opening blurb so no one is fooled by this.

Done. Thank you.
Edited by: "CarlottaMonroe" 26th Dec 2019
CheapoChaser26/12/2019 09:30

In 32 inch, good luck!? For one they're aren't any and two even if there …In 32 inch, good luck!? For one they're aren't any and two even if there were then you would not notice the difference on such a small screen.Pointless comment.


You'll get used to our "sam of london" eventually
Voted HOT, at least SONY actually make their own TV's and its not just a licensed brand to a manufacturer who could not sell their product without a brand name stuck on the box e.g SHARP
M_z26/12/2019 10:06

If you want a 32 inch screen TV, is 4k even an option?


They're not common that's for sure and it's arguably pointless at that size.... my nice new 43" Sony is 4K and the difference from Full HD 1080 to 4K is not a massive leap and hardly worthwhile in my opinion, probably more noticable on screens over 50" I imagine.

4K was created to give us a reason to replace our 3D TVs which was created to replace our Full HD TVs which were created to replace our 720P TVs which were created to replace our widescreen TVs which were created to replace our 4/3 Flatter squarer Nicam stereo TVs which were created to replace our rounded edged TVs which were created to replace our black and white tvs.

You can see a pattern right?
Edited by: "spannerzone" 26th Dec 2019
Problem is that this is almost 3 year old tech, with software that is 3 year old (it's running an older linux operating system, not Android). As far as I can see Sony have not updated their 32inch screens for quite some time. If you're bothered about any online services working for the next few years then I would not be buying this. But if you just want to plug in external equipment via HDMI for a 720p image then this should be fine.
M_z26/12/2019 10:06

If you want a 32 inch screen TV, is 4k even an option?


Buy 40 inch then . This is junk
spannerzone26/12/2019 11:24

They're not common that's for sure and it's arguably pointless at that …They're not common that's for sure and it's arguably pointless at that size.... my nice new 43" Sony is 4K and the difference from Full HD 1080 to 4K is not a massive leap and hardly worthwhile in my opinion, probably more noticable on screens over 50" I imagine.4K was created to give us a reason to replace our 3D TVs which was created to replace our Full HD TVs which were created to replace our 720P TVs which were created to replace our widescreen TVs which were created to replace our 4/3 Flatter squarer Nicam stereo TVs which were created to replace our rounded edged TVs which were created to replace our black and white tvs.You can see a pattern right?


Totally agree, that's why I laugh at people who think things are junk because they aren't the latest or the best. People like that must be very popular with TV manufacturers and sellers.
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