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Sony Bravia KDL-40EX503

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  • Sony Bravia KDL-40EX503 40in LCD TV


    • Freeview HD included
    • Bravia Internet video platform
    • Excellent black levels


    • Slightly washed-out colours
    • No 200Hz engine

    3 år sedan
  • Sony KDL-40EX503

    TV Product of the Year, Awards 2010. A fantastic addition to the Sony range, and one that should be sampled at all costs

    11 år sedan
  • Sony Bravia KDL-40EX503 review


    • Good picture quality
    • Freeview HD onboard
    • Good value
    • Excellent internet features


    • Picture could be crisper
    • Colours could be more vibrant

    11 år sedan
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    Sony KDL40EX503

    The Sony KDL40EX503 is a nice HDTV. Sony label it as being 'cost-conscious', and since it can be had for around £750, it is actually comparable in price to the Samsung LE40C650. In fact, the two displays are very similar, warranting a small comparison. Both feature an SPVA LCD panel (arguably the best type of LCD panel for home cinema applications, due to its high contrast): Samsung's with a glossy coating, Sony's with a more matte finish which will be less reflective in brighter rooms. Samsung's TV features marginally better colour and greyscale performance, but you would be hard-pressed to spot the limitations during actual viewing. Samsung also provide slightly better 'Motion Plus' processing, since they allow the user to completely avoid the 'soap opera' effect while still improving motion clarity; Sony's 'Motionflow' features some motion interpolation at all times. On the other hand, the Sony KDL40EX503 has a clear advantage over Samsung's for film fans, since it renders film grain cleanly and accurately, without attempting to remove it. Comparisons aside, this is a solid display. Although input lag (which is on the higher end of the scale) is a potential annoyance for hardcore gamers, the Sony KDL40EX503's Greyscale tracking (after calibration) is largely excellent with few visible errors, and colours are very accurate indeed. Sony's budget-priced displays seem to be getting a lot of things right, so we look forward to checking out some of the premium offerings.

    10 år sedan