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Shopping-and-Product-Reviews The Sony KDL-40EX403 LCD TV is another true high-definition lcd tv model that’s offered by Sony, among the world’s largest producers of high quality consumer electronics. It’s a component of the new line of EX400-series TVs and it brings a host of features to the party, including a variety of methods to hook up with other devices, including PCs and laptops. The EX line of televisions is intended by Sony to be its so-called "budget" line of high-definition TVs. In this regard, the maker truly does deliver a large amount of capabilities at a relative bargain price (in the UK, it can be located online for about 750 pounds, including value added tax). It’s perhaps better, though, to say that it’s value-priced because the television delivers quality and price sensitivity in a very attractive package. In general the top performance criteria used to assess an liquid crystal display TV is the ability of the unit to display a quality picture. The Sony KDL-40EX403 is able to put out a good-looking picture because it makes use of a number of tried-and-true (and innovative) Sony technology suites to deliver true high-definition in 1080 pixels (1080p). Bravia Engine 3 and 50Hz motion control processor are part of the recipe to make it all happen as it does. All together, everything on this 40-inch television’s screen will look crisp and clear and Sony has ensured that it stays that way through use of a couple of different proprietary technology suites. There’s the maker’s True Color capability which helps to ensure that colors on the screen are realistic and appropriate for the action on the screen as well something called "Ambient Sensor." By using Ambient Sensor control, Sony’s been able to give the TV the ability to "read" its current environment (the one in which the TV’s been put into) and then adjust on-screen lightness or darkness accordingly. Many times, an LCD TV sitting in a too-bright room will suffer in terms of viewers being able to make out its display. Too-dark rooms can cause the picture display to look too intense. Ambient Sensor solves this dilemma. As with many of the better LCD TVs in Sony’s UK lineup, this particular Sony KDL-40EX403 model comes with its Freeview tuning filter, which allows for the viewing of over 100 satellite channels broadcast in the UK free of charge. It’s a nice feature to have, as are the 4 HDMI inputs and single USB 2. port. The Sony’s even capable of picking up WiFi with the addition of an optional WiFi dongle (it connects to the TV via a USB adapter). The sound put out by the KDL-40EX403 will also be fine enough, coming as it does from two 10-watt speakers that are cleverly hidden within the TV’s handsome black casing. Sony makes use of its standard True Surround sound technology as well as S-Force Front Surround along with standard Dolby Digital Plus sound filtering and a 5.1 Output to put it all together in a pleasing-sounding package. There’s indeed a lot to like about the Sony KDL-40EX403 LCD TV, starting with its relatively reasonable price (around 759 British pounds). It puts together a number of the Japanese television maker’s most popular features and technologies to bring to the consumer a well-working big-screen liquid crystal display television that will be easy on the pocketbook and pleasing to the eye, as a matter of fact. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: