June 29, 2009 at 2:00 am
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Sony BRAVIA 40 inch Full HD Television with 100Hz Motionflow

The Sony KDL-40W4720 40 inch television is the latest debutant of the BRAVIA family and is fitted with the new BRAVIA 2 engine to ensure that the images are absolutely sharp and the contrast ratio extremely high. The exclusive BRAVIA 2 engine makes for an unprecedented viewing experience with enhanced depth, brightness and full HD image quality. What you get is a 40 inch image field and an amazing 1920 x 1080p resolution. Motionflow 100Hz technology creates virtual images, incorporates them on the basis of the existing frames and doubles them. The result is an extremely sharp but softly flowing image of sport and action scenes. You can now finally watch a good game of football without ghosting! With a dynamic contrast of 50000:1 and 3HDMI connections, this gem is totally prepared for the future. On par with the brilliant image quality, the TV also has excellent audio power. Experience the effects of digital Surround sound with just two loudspeakers with virtual Dolby surround and BBe ViVA audio technology. This full HD TV is also equipped with Bravia Theatre Sync, which means that you can operate the audio system, the TV and the DVD player with just one remote control. The three HDMI inputs make it even easier to connect high definition sources like your Xbox 360 or your PS3. The KDL 40-40W4720 is also a winner in the looks department. With the luxurious piano black exterior, and an illuminated Sony logo, the KDL-40W4720 is a veritable feast for the eyes. Watch movies as the directors meant them to be with the Sony BRAVIA KDL-40W4720 40 inch full HD TV with 100Hz Motionflow technology!
  • Brand: Sony
  • Type: Sony BRAVIA KDL40W4720 40 inch FullHD 100Hz Television
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 High Definition LCD-screen
  • BRAVIA ENGINE 2 for improved depth, brightness and definition
  • Motionflow 100Hz: makes extra frames so that even the fastest sport scenes are displayed with fluid transition.
  • High quality 10-bit LCD-screens: these screens display the various colours in natural tints. Conventional 8-bit screens display 256 levels of gradation, but 10-bit screens can display upto 1024 steps. That means that the colour tints are finer and more nuanced
  • BRAVIA Sync: with a touch of a button, you have control over your entire home theatre system
  • 24p True Cinema and Theatre Mode – so you can watch the movies with the quality that they were meant to have!
  • Super wide viewing angle van 178º - beautiful pictures from practically anywhere in the room
  • Dynamic contrast ratio of 50.000:1
  • XMB (Xcross Media Bar) - new Sony-interface for easy operation of the system
  • Built-in Virtual Dolby Surround and audio enhancing BBE ViVA-technology
  • PhotoTV HD – to view pictures in better quality and high resolution
  • Picture Frame Mode – use the TV as an electronic photo album
  • Thanks to the USB 2.0 Photoviewer, you can view the pictures on your camera on a large screen too.
  • Light sensor: the BRAVIA adjusts the brightness of the images automatically to the ambient light as detected by the sensor
  • DLNA: offers access to the photo files that are stored on your computer and plays slide shows on the large BRAVIA screen. It also offers acces to the music files stored on your computer.
  • 3x HDMI: 2 at the rear, 1 on the side, connection options for a computer, 1 component en 2 SCART connections
  • Ethernet connection
  • Integrated HDTV-tuner
  • Integrated Digital Terrestrial Tuner (also receives analogue)
  • Integrated Digital cable tuner (with supporting operators)
  • Can be fixed on the wall and is compatible with VESA Hole Spacing (not included)
  • Rotating stand included
  • Remote control: RM-ED011
  • Dimensions of TV without stand (B x H x D): 986 x 646 x 110 cm
  • Dimensions of TV with stand (B x H x D) 986 x 684 x 279 cm
  • Weight: 23 kgs
  • Warranty: 2 Years
June 29, 2009 at 10:45 am
wicknight User

Anyone know if this is the W4500 (ie a version of that TV with a European number instead of a UK number)

http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Sony-KDL-40W4500/

edit moderator: Correct!

June 29, 2009 at 12:30 pm
carlprescott User

“Anyone know if this is the W4500 (ie a version of that TV with a European number instead of a UK number)”

99.9% sure that they are the same, and on that basis I’ve ordered one.

June 29, 2009 at 7:08 pm
littlemrt User

cool tv i want 1

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