Sony Bravia KDL46EX520

The Sony Bravia KDL46EX520 offers several of the features of the high-end Bravias — TrackID, Skype and IPTV — but should come in at a much more reasonable price.


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Updated: The Sony Bravia KDL46EX520 is not compatible with 3D as we first reported

The Bravia KDL46EX520 is not a top-of-the-range television, but rather a screen that promises decent image quality and a smattering of features, and will be one of the first televisions from Sony's 2011 range to be released. It features a full high-definition (1080p) resolution LCD with edge LED lighting and extra picture processing grunt care of the new X-Reality processor.

The TV comes with a number of network features that can be accessed via Ethernet port or the optional wireless USB adapter. These include Sony Internet TV with access to dozens of on-demand channels from the likes of the ABC and SBS, Skype calls, TrackID and Sony's Music Unlimited.

The Sony Bravia KDL46EX520 will be available in March 2011, though the price is yet to be announced. Get a wriggle on folks!

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fst posted a comment   
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sony Bravia use a chip set engine which means it will run full 1080p all the time (BRAVA ENGINE on side of box) some other tv's do not use the engine and it will run 3% to 5% under high def (can't be fixed) it will never run real 1080p but the sreen is the real high def just no engine in it.so is that what the shop said?.

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fst posted a review   
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sony Bravia uses an bravia engine chip set which mean it will run 1080p 100% of the time but the tv might not have a chip set in it so it will away be 3% to 5% under real 1080p high def(all the time) and the sreen is the only thing in it that is 1080p.(it can not run 1080p without the engine in it.) So is that what they told you at the shop!.

 

fnat posted a comment   

when is this tv being released exactly?

 

Ben Fitzsimmons posted a reply   

It has been released we have it in JB hifi stores now, the 50hz refresh rate is a terrible idea. this tv basically sucks

 

Andy posted a reply   

Not sure about this comment here: this TV has 60Hz refresh rate, not 50Hz according to Sony website? Care to clarify your comment?




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  • fst

    fst

    "sony Bravia use a chip set engine which means it will run full 1080p all the time (BRAVA ENGINE on side of box) some other tv's do not use the engine and it will run 3% to 5% under high def (can't ..."

  • fst

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    "sony Bravia uses an bravia engine chip set which mean it will run 1080p 100% of the time but the tv might not have a chip set in it so it will away be 3% to 5% under real 1080p high def(all the tim..."

  • fnat

    fnat

    "when is this tv being released exactly?"

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