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Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black

Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black
Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black


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Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black


Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black

Experience Full HD 1080p, incredible contrast and sharp, vibrant images with this 40-inch Sony BRAVIA EX400 Series HDTV (model KDL-40EX400). It features Ambient Sensor and LightSensor Technology that automatically adjust the color and backlight based on a room’s lighting. And you can connect a USB drive and share your favorite photos and music with family and friends. Experience Full HD 1080p, incredible contrast and sharp, vibrant images with this 40-inch Sony BRAVIA EX400 Series HDTV (model KDL-40EX400). It features Ambient Sensor and LightSensor Technology that automatically adjust the color and backlight based on a room’s lighting. And you can connect a USB drive and share your favorite photos and music with family and friends. The Sony BRAVIA EX400 Series HDTV (see larger image). Connect your BRAVIA Sync compatible devices and enjoy convenient operation and control using one remote. Other features include 6 HD inputs (4 HDMI, 2 component), a USB port for photo, music, and video

  • 40-inch HDTV with Full HD 1080p resolution lets you take full advantage of HD sources like a Blu-ray Disc Player or PlayStation3
  • BRAVIA Engine 2 fully digital video processor optimizes color and contrast
  • Ambient Sensor adjusts color based on room light; automatic increase or decrease in backlight brightness based on room’s lighting conditions
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 2 component, 2 composite, 1 PC, 1 USB, 1 optical digital audio output
  • Includes removable stand; measures 39.1 x 25 x 9.9 inches with stand

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  1. 73 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    For the price? Buy this LCD!, March 8, 2010
    By 
    jrock81
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    I have to say, I really like this TV. My previous LCD was a Samsung 32″ 720p – and this set blows it away in almost every aspect. I think I paid around $550 for the Samsung a little over a year ago, so I jumped at the chance to upgrade to the EX400.

    Pros: The ambient light sensor works terrific.
    - 4 HDMI inputs! Plug away my friends.
    - Bravia Sync feature works great with my Sony home theater system.
    - PS3 games have never looked better. I played Killzone 2 right after I setup the TV and my jaw was open for about 10 minutes straight.
    - It only has a 60Hz refresh rate, but I’ve yet to see any blur while watching sports.
    - DVD’s look fairly crisp as well, considering I have a cheap DVD up-converter.
    - It’s a Sony! I’m sure some ppl have had bad experiences with Sony, but I’ve had nothing but luck. To each his own I guess.

    Cons: The remote is junk. It looks cheap and it isn’t very functional.
    - The grey panel on the front. I had a bigger problem with the online picture of the set than I do in person. It doesn’t look THAT bad – but it still throws off the continuity of the black perimeter. Strange call by Sony.
    - Calibration is frustrating. There are so many different picture settings you’ll probably struggle to find the perfect setup. I used the DVD THX Optimizer (found it on one of my Star Wars movies) and it helped a lot. (I posted them on [...])
    - If you’re using an antenna instead of cable/satellite you’ll find that channel surfing is a bit slow. This is kind of a nitpick, but the channels take a little longer to load on this set.
    - No swivel? I knew this set didn’t have it before I bought it – but it would still be nice.

    For around $600 you can have full 1080p AND a 40″ screen. Great TV – great deal.

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  2. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent TV, March 11, 2010
    By 
    BAM (New York, New York) –
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    Very happy. Sharp picture. Easy to use. Not an electronic-phile but I do my homework and was hesitant to buy a Sony. From what I read Sony was living on its laurels. But this TV seems to give great bang for the buck (and my wife wanted a Sony). I do not miss 120HZ or LED. The picture is not blurry when watching sports or action movies to my eye or anyone else in my family (of course all we watch is curling) (just kidding). Picture is bright, too. Easy set-up. It has a pre-set for home (rather than store), which has been fine by all of us. $599 for 40″ 1080p. Pretty Sweet.

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  3. 18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply a fantastic TV, May 19, 2010
    By 
    Justin T. Melanson “Sun Quan” (Tyngsboro, MA USA) –
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA EX 400 Series 40-Inch LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    It took me three months to pay for this, actually had it on layaway at my local Sears for that long. Originally I was going to go for two others TVs before this one until a gentleman who works there, went by the name of Peter, directed me towards this TV. As soon as I saw it, and saw the picture clarity in comparison to the Sharp Aquos as well as other TVs of similar size and specs, I knew this was the TV for me. Most of the other TVs looked washed out compared to this thing, so it was no contest.

    Anyway, I finally got this thing home, eventually set it up on a wall mount I got off of here for cheap, and it’s been a fantastic TV. Much, MUCH improved over my old standard-def TV, which was given to a friend afterward BTW. The picture quality is superb, the colours are rich and vibrant, no motion blur, no slowdown, no lag, none of the problems that apparently seems to plague most TVs with the 60Hz specs. Even standard-def cable looks fantastic on this beast, and that’s saying something right there. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed with this as a sports game TV at all if you want to primarily use it for that. However, the real star of the show is gaming. Especially with HDMI cables, which is a must, fortunately you can get them for crazy cheap nowadays.

    As one other reviewer said, games have never looked better. Like him, I sat there for at least 5 – 10 minutes drooling after booting up Killzone 2 on my PS3. I was absolutely amazed at how good everything looked, and that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Being able to read the text on Star Ocean: The Last Hope International and not having everything blur on me or having my eyes hurt for that matter, when using the classic Anime look of that game was astounding to say the least. Super Street Fighter IV, which is fast and frantic, ran without missing a single beat. Then there was Forza Motorsport 3 on the 360? Jaw-dropping to say the least. Same with Mass Effect, was amazing to see the text on screen whereas before I simply could not do so only downer was the slowdown but I feel that was due to in-game programming as opposed to my TV as the slowdown has only happened with this game alone. While I am sure other HDTVs would do the same thing, could they do so with the same quality? I can answer with doubtful.

    The only weak point is the sound, which is decent enough, it gets the job done but nothing more. There’s nothing special about it, I’d say if you can, hook it up to a good surround sound speaker system. You’ll most likely get better sound quality, and you’ll be able to enjoy the fantastic picture quality this badboy has to offer. All in all, this is really a fantastic TV with so much bang for the buck that it’s unreal. You won’t be disappointed if you decide to get this badboy. I am so glad I did, I could not be happier as a gamer.

    An Update: I have had this TV for just about 2 years now, and I have to say I am still amazed by everything. I’ve not had any problems with the thing whatsoever. I still can’t get over how many connections this thing has, alot of them are being used on it as we speak. I’ve even hooked up my PS2 through component cable, and my God I see what I was missing throughout all the years now. When even your older games that support Progressive Scan can look amazing on a nice TV such as this, you KNOW you’ve done something right.

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