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Sony KDL-52X2000 - 52" Widescreen Bravia 1080P Full HD LCD TV - With Freeview
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- Brightness in Candela/mÂ²: 450
- Common Interface Slot: Yes
- Compact Flash Card: No
- Contrast Ratio (X:1): 1300
- DVB-C: No
- DVB-S: No
- DVB-T: Yes
- DVD Player / Recorder: No
- DVI Interface: No
- Depth in cm: 12.3
- Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
- Energy Savings Trust Feature: No
- Frequency: 50 Hertz
- Front AV Interface: Yes
- Full HD: Yes
- HD Tuner: No
- HD ready: Yes
- HDMI Interface: Yes
- Headphone Output: Yes
- Height in cm: 82.7
- Horizontal Resolution in Pixel: 1920
- Loudspeakers: Yes
- Memory Stick: No
- Multimedia Card: No
- Number of HDMI Inputs: 2
- Number of Scart Interfaces: 3
- PC Interface: Yes
- PC-Connection: Yes
- PCMCIA Interface: Yes
- Picture and Picture (PAP): Yes
- Picture and Text (PAT): No
- Picture in Picture (PIP): 1 Tuner AV PIP
- Power Consumption Standby in W: 0.3
- Power Consumption Standby in Watts: 0.3
- Power Consumption in W: 290
- Power Consumption in Watts: 290
- RMS Wattage: 22
- Rear Projection Technology: Not Applicable
- Reflection Angle: 178
- Response Time in ms: 8
- S-Video Interface: Yes
- Screen Format: 16:9
- Screen Size in Inches: 52
- Screen Size in cm: 132
- Secure Digital Card: No
- Smart Media Card: No
- Type of Monitor: LCD
- USB: No
- VGA / D-Sub Interface: Yes
- Vertical Resolution in Pixel: 1080
- Weight in kg: 54.5
- Width in cm: 141.5
- YUV Interface: Yes
- xD-Picture Card: No
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Top Customer Reviews
I never thought I'd entertain the idea of a silver surround on a tv (you can buy different colours from sony btw) and always thought it would be like sitting at the cinema with a foot wide white line painted around the screen - which is worse than not being able to get onions with the cinema hot dogs.
The only reason I went for this tv was that it was one of the first 52 inch LCD models to support 1080p (full hd). Despite my reservations about the silver surround I can honestly say it just hasn't bothered me.
The picture is clear and colours are vivid, whether playing blu-ray, sky, dvd, media hdd or digital tv I've had no problems with this tv. It has two HDMI connectors and 4 scart sockets making it easy to connect all the AV equipment you care to throw into you living room. The sound quality is very good though most of the time I run the sound through an av amplifier.
The killer - well that's got to be the price, you could probably buy a cheaper 52" tv and take a holiday in the bahamas - even the 46 inch X Series is around 1000GBP cheaper.
That said, even if I did like flying I still go for this tv - can't say a bad word against it. Whatever the source material this tv makes it look good, if you've got HD, HD-DVD or blu-ray this tv is in it's element particularly with a 1080p (full HD) source (blu-ray or computer).