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Size: 32-inch | Colour Name: Black
Feel your favourite programs and films come alive before your very eyes. You'll love how the W7 boosts the picture quality of everything - including HD content, on the big screen. This image-enhancing technology analyses, cleans and refines pictures to make them sharper, clearer and more enjoyable to watch.
Not only does this Smart TV allow you to choose from a whole host of catch-up TV, films, and complete box sets, but the intuitive One-Flick Entertainment menu makes it easier than ever to browse through it all and find your favourite content.
Live Football Mode offers the best way to experience football on your TV, by not only optimising the picture and the sound for the big game action, but by also giving you instant access to the latest World Cup standings and clips of the most memorable World Cup moments.
You can even share what you’re doing on your smartphone with friends and family, by wirelessly mirroring it to the big BRAVIA screen.
Experience stunning picture quality. The detail in everything such as Blu-ray Discs, HD and standard broadcasts, web videos and even smartphone clips is improved thanks to Sony’s X-Reality PRO technology. It cleverly analyses, cleans and refines images for the most detailed Full HD picture possible, bringing whatever you are watching to life.
Control your world of content with BRAVIA's quick and intuitive One-Flick Entertainment interface. Flick through TV channels, catch-up TV, recommended films, and photos on your network and access them within seconds. Plus, with Social Viewing you can even follow tweets from around the world as you watch - just choose your keyword and see comments relating to the show you're watching flow across the bottom of the screen. TV has never been so social.
Get the match-day experience, with everything you need for football. Live Football Mode automatically adjusts picture and sound settings to closely match the authentic stadium experience. This setting also gives you access to the latest World Cup standings and videos of the most memorable moments from past World Cups via YouTube. Result.
Screen mirroring lets you instantly view your smartphone's videos, photos, apps, web pages and games on your TV. It connects your phone to the television wirelessly so there's no need to hunt around for connecting cables. You'll see exactly what's on your phone or tablet's screen on your TV, with sound from the phone reproduced loud and clear through your TV's speakers. Screen mirroring works with any Miracast-compliant Android smartphone or tablet.
The sleek W7 seamlessly blends into any living room, without taking up too much space. Crafted from high-quality aluminium, it's slim and elegant with the intelligent core at below the screen acknowledging interaction between you and the TV and softly cascading a light below.
*One-Flick remote is not included and only available as an accessory.
AC Power Cord
Remote control RM-ED061 (Europe) / RM-ED059 (UK & Ireland)
Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE (GA)
Table Top Stand (separate,assembly required)
Would have initially said 5 but, 4 now as online services keep crashing (netflix and amazon prime). I end up using my xbox one as a media center... Read morePublished 6 days ago by F Fourn
Love it. Was for the living room. Wife objected to the size, so now its in my office where I watch box sets and play console games from time to time. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Scritty
I like the TV, the picture and sound etc. but I bought it thinking it was a smart TV and would have iPlayer, 4OD, ITV Player etc. Read morePublished 24 days ago by M. Page
Lush but the apps are rubbish ..very well made tv good on u Sony improve your apps pleasePublished 2 months ago by paul