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13 June, 2008

Sony Bravia LCD TV

As mentioned on Tuesday, the new television has arrived today this lucky Friday the thirteenth at 4:15 pm.

It is big (to me anyway), and the picture quality (HDTV) is amazing. Much much better than previous CRT TV (30-something inches, as shown in photo below).

Without further ado, here are the photos and the specs of this new TV. Starting with the important box.

Sony Bravia LCD TV box

(more photos and specs follow...)

Laurent and I have been looking for a TV for quite a while. He wants something really big, but I am more into full HD resolution and using LCD instead of Plasma (to save energy). So we compromised on full-HD LCD but 52-inch. (Sorry Rev. Dr. Wu Yi, it is slightly larger than your Sharp TV.) (Sorry Don, this TV is just an incy wincy teeny weeny bit larger than yours.)

For the comparison, here's is the old 30-something inches CRT TV. The most irritating part of this television is simply NO remote controls. Very annoying trust me.

old CRT TV

And the new Sony Bravia 52-inch W series LCD TV (KDL52W3100)

Sony Bravia 52-inch W series LCD TV (KDL52W3100)

Sony Bravia 52-inch W series LCD TV, with Deal Or No Deal on

The quick specs of Sony Bravia LCD TV W Series:

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Congratulations and welcome to the 21st Century of visual entertainment. I am happy with our 42" Sharp Full HD LCD TV. If I had a 52", I would have to open the kitchen window and view it from the outside via the side passage of our house.( The viewing room being too small )
Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 13 June 2008 10:45 PM.
Thanks Rev Dr Wu Yi. I suggested you to put your huge Sharp full HD LCD TV in your living room (or middle room, whatever it is called).
Posted by Antony Shen on 15 June 2008 11:35 AM.
So jealous of your 52inch jumbo screen!! I am still looking for mine.... In progress of determine which brand more suite me, in term of cost and size.
Still headache with research on brand, and which size to go for.... haha.
http://www.guide2lcdtv.com/
Posted by Guide2LCDTV.com on 4 October 2008 12:26 AM.
but i have no 52" inch tv but have 48" inch i think it is much batter. but thanks for this more information
Posted by Sonalee on 5 November 2008 5:22 PM.
Those who reside in coastal cities should beware before purchasing Sony product. Sony does not design their products for withstanding moisture levels prevalent in coastal places in India. I purchased Bravia Model No. KLV-32S200A in October 2006. It went bust in July 2009. The authorized service center informed me that the inside panels are corroded. When I took up the matter with the customer care, I was informed that due to moisture in the air, the panels were corroded. I stay 800 Meters from the coast in Visakhapatnam. Considering the distance, the moisture levels are normal. My earlier TVs Thomson, BPL and Konark served me more than 10years each. This clearly shows that Sony products are not good in coastal places. So people should beware. Regards,
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