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Hi,yes we have amazon prime and it was easy to set up.
By Christina F. on 04 September 2014
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It has Freeview HD, so it is just a question of urging on the coax aerial cable, then going through the set up procedure. The TV tunes itself to all the Freeview channels and stops when it has finished. All you do then is select which channel you want to watch. It is very simple.
By Snikliw on 22 July 2014
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Yes you can go onto the.Sony.website they have a range of different brackets for this TV
By riccardo on 21 January 2014
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Just found Sony 24" TV on www.prcdirect.co.uk (should have googled it before I answered you previously) and the price seems to be the cheapest. Good luck
By msmac on 06 August 2014
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No Warranty
By Hesham on 17 February 2014
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The tv has the red and white jacks to connect your surround system. There are 2 HDMI ports and there are two audio outputs
By B.Raphael on 12 April 2014
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You sure can! It comes with a mounting kit.
By RoaringMoo on 28 March 2014
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Yes it does. I have connected both a USB key, USB HDD, USB memory card reader and all work. TV will read 1080p 60fps files straight off the bat which is nice. USB HDD needs to be 'registered' with the tv before it will record. But I think this a locking key that stops media being recorded on the tv to be played by … see more Yes it does. I have connected both a USB key, USB HDD, USB memory card reader and all work. TV will read 1080p 60fps files straight off the bat which is nice. USB HDD needs to be 'registered' with the tv before it will record. But I think this a locking key that stops media being recorded on the tv to be played by any other device. Yet to test this function fully though. see less Yes it does. I have connected both a USB key, USB HDD, USB memory card reader and all work. TV will read 1080p 60fps files straight off the bat which is nice. USB HDD needs to be 'registered' with the tv before it will record. But I think this a locking key that stops media being recorded on the tv to be played by any other device. Yet to test this function fully though.
By Simon on 25 November 2013