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Sony KDL-32EX653 (KDL32EX653)32 Inch Smart Bravia LED Internet Television with 100Hz,Freeview HD,Wi-fi,DLNA Full HD,Skype,USB Media inc Recorder - Best UK Price

Sony
Model: KDL-32EX653BU (KDL32EX653)

Bravia 32 inch LED Full HD Internet TV, DLNA, USBs

  • Full HD BRAVIA LED Smart WiFi TV
  • Wireless DLA network USB recording
  • 100Hz Motionflow X Reality 24p
  • Skype ready Monolith Style Web TV
  • Actual Colour: Black

 
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FEATURES
Edge Lit LED
 
100Hz
 
1080p resolution
 
1080i resolution
 
1920x1080 pixels
 
24P (Frames Per Second) Playback
Motionflow +100HzHD Ready 1080pFull 1080p HDGame ModeIntelligent SensorBRAVIA
Motionflow 100HzIntelligent AutoSKYPE CertifiedBBC iPlayerMP3 (MPEG-3)
WMA (Windows Media Audio)DivX® Video CompatibleUSB RecordingFreeview-HDWiFi ReadyDLNA Certified
Dolby™ Digital Plusx HDMI Connection/sx USB 2.0 Connection/sYouTubeLove Film
Demand FiveFacebook

Description

For many people, Sony remains the pre-eminent television manufacturer and with the sleek BRAVIA KDL-32EX653BU, full high definition, LED edge lit, Smart TV, it is not difficult to see why.

For years, Sony has pioneered breakthrough technologies in picture quality and with current BRAVIA models, including the 32 inch EX653 LED smart series TV, that duty falls to X Reality which is a process to optimise both standard and high def images.

The technique involves the sharpening of several picture components - colouration, contrast level, image edges and image textures, to clarify and clean up any and all still or moving picture material – which is of particular benefit to normal TV, downloaded You Tube type video or standard DVD (or even VHS!) where the basic resolution and production values may be less than ideal, so you end up with a more HD like effect.

In addition, the effect of an array of LED backlights behind the full high def, 1920 by 1080 resolution, flat LCD panel, represents Sony’s latest tweaking of the edge lit LED format and you will not be disappointed by a triple salvo of excellent black, super white and vivid colour levels that blend to provide subjectively superior picture quality, whatever you are watching.

The LED backlight scanning rate over and above that of the basic LCD panel is doubled with the 32EX653 HD set and using Sony’s motion flow enhancement system to a designated XR 100Hz frequency, this – in conjunction with the built-in 24p processor - yields tremendous realism during the most frenetic action sequences in films and high speed sports events, noticeably reducing the ‘artefact effect’ where on screen objects can sometimes blur during motion.

The KDL32EX653BU LED set is also a fully smart complaint TV with exceptional networking potential: with an integrated Wi-Fi chip, wireless compatibility to your home router means direct internet connection without cables whilst an integral web browser means easy surfing from the off.

Via Sony’s same Home Entertainment Network, the KDL32EX653 full HD television opens up the full vista of on screen App portals – favourites including face book and you tube for down loading innumerable video content – plus the ability to acquire many others (including a bespoke Media Remote App to convert i-Phones, Android device or smart tablet into the TV’s main handset) and make free, long (and short) distance video calls using the Skype App whilst DLNA compliance ensures universal connectivity with all manner of Blu-ray, digital camera, PC and other smart devices (e.g. tablets) which can stream their music, photo and video content from around the house, direct to the KDL-32EX653’s HD screen.

Even more impressive, in addition to the comprehensive range of connection sockets (you name it, it’s got it!) the Sony BRAVIA KDL-32EX653 allows the quick connection of USB or other external HDD (‘Zip’) drive connectors to quickly upload multiple media file content or record directly and live from the TV’s Freeview HD tuner or whatever is on screen – ideal for borrowing, lending or sharing AV content between friends, family and colleagues.

With up to 6 degrees tilt back from the 32EX653’s minimalist, easel design feet, the gorgeous monolithic design of this latest BRAVIA smart LED will complete the experience of performance and classic, effortless, Sony chic with Dolby Digital pseudo surround providing ample sonic verve whilst its energy efficient eco credentials will complete the repertoire thanks to low power consumption and several intelligent, power conserving modes.

This superb TV will delight the casual, style conscious consumer or true connoisseur with ease of use and sheer quality that will always set Sony apart – buy the KDL-32EX653BU at the cheapest price in the UK – by ordering through our special discount links, above.


Picture/Display

Manufacturers Technology Features

  • BRAVIA
  • Motionflow 100Hz
  • Intelligent Auto
  • Game Mode
  • SKYPE Certified
  • USB Music Player
  • USB Media Player
  • USB Photo Viewer
  • dlna
  • BBC iPlayer
  • WiFi Built-in

Playback

Recording

  • USB HDD Recording
  • USB Recording

Convenience

Sound & Power Output

  • Dolby Digital
  • Dolby™ Digital Plus
  • Nicam Digital Stereo
  • TV Virtual Surround Sound
  • 10 W Power Output Per Channel
  • Dolby Pulse

Connections

Accessories Supplied

Power,Weight & Dimensions

  • 753 x 490 x 226mm Dimensions (W x H x D) With Stand
  • 753 x 472 x 60mm Dimensions (W x H x D) Without Stand
  • 9.7 (inc pedestal) Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
  • 41 W Power Consumption
  • 0.25 W Standby Power Consumption

Network Access Features

  • YouTube
  • Love Film
  • BBC iPlayer
  • Demand Five
  • Facebook

The KDL32EX653BU LED Backlit Television is also known as:

Sony KDL32EX653BU, Sony KDL-32EX653BU, Sony KDL-32EX653-BU, Sony KDL32EX653, Sony KDL-32EX653
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