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Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV
Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


Product Added : February 17th, 2013
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Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Ready for HD done the Sony way? Sony’s KDL-40V4100 brings 1080p picture quality home with amazing, Sony-exclusive features like the XMB (Xross Media Bar®) with 3D graphics, DMex capability so you can add functionality to your TV, and picture quality technologies like ACE (Advanced Contrast Enhancer) and BRAVIA Engine 2™. Add to that a sophisticated, piano black design, 24p capability so you can get the most out of the movies you watch on Blu-ray and DVD, 4 HDMI™ inputs along with three other HD-capable connections, and what you have is a television that can bring dreams to life.

  • 16:9 Full HD 1080p Resolution (1920x1080p) LCD Panel
  • DMex ™ compatible; allows seamless feature upgrades
  • BRAVIA® Sync™ (HDMI-CEC)
  • Enhanced XMB™ with 3D graphics incl. TV Guide
  • HDMI™ x4, HD Component x2, PC Input

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  1. 127 of 132 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sony reliability now at a Samsung price., July 13, 2008
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    Samuel Chell (Kenosha,, WI United States) –
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    This review is from: Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I have the V-Series Sony 40″ LCD set immediately preceding this model. Based on my experience with the earlier model, I’ve recommended the KDL 40V4100 to friends and family. The differences: 1. When the 40V4000 first came out, it was being sold for as much as twice the price of this one; 2. the previous model had 10- bit color processing (which now is available only on the more expensive Z or later series). Although 120Hz is now the rage (available beginning with the W series), Sony’s unique 24 fps Movie True mode is likely to make a more noticeable difference in “smoothening out” camera movement than 120Hz capability (which is primarily a come-on for the gamers and “Matrix” generation).

    For under $1500, this is the set I would unhesitatingly select ahead of a comparable Samsung (you can get the price down to around $1000 if you go with the S series, but you’ll sacrifice Sony’s acclaimed Bravia 2 processor as well as Sony’s auto-link feature permitting operation of all components with a single switch). If I were willing to spend close to $2000 or more, I would look at a 46″-52″ Sony with 120 Hz (just to be current) and 10-bit color processing for a hi-def picture that simply leaves nothing to be desired. I would also do everything possible to purchase from Amazon. (I had to make two exchanges before ending up with the “right” model, and Amazon as usual made both hassle-free transactions.) Also, be sure to check out Amazon Warehouse for a “refurb” or “scratch and dent” model. I’ve never been disappointed in any of these items at reduced prices, or even noticed any difference from mint.

    A couple of things learned through experience: 1. A flat-panel set does not “play” as large as the old tube models. If you formerly required a 27″ convection tube screen, you’ll need 32″-40″ to enjoy a similar viewing experience with an LCD flat screen. 2. When watching HDTV telecasts (still only a small percentage of channels), it’s quite likely you’ll notice little to no difference from standard definition if the screen is less than 40″. So if you’re planning on purchase of a 36″ or smaller screen, skip the extras. 720p is more than adequate, and most of the other frills can be regarded as needless extra expense. Also, SD (standard definition) will look better on any small screen than on the most expensive manufacturer’s large screen models, so make price–not brand name–the primary criterion when selecting a screen under 40″.

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  2. 58 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, Superb Picture (except the static dot sparkles see text), Good Value, June 21, 2008
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    EP in TX (Texas) –
    This review is from: Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    Have had my 40V4100 a month now. Had originally wanted the “W” with 120 Hz but this “V” was on sale locally making the difference $600. I do not regret buying this 60 Hz set, and saving hundreds of dollars. Overall it is excellent after getting the picture settings adjusted to my liking. Audio quality from the built-in speakers is surprisingly good with the Dynamic mode ON and some extra bass and treble. I do have a minor problem that seems to be common to this new line of Sony LCD TVs – intermittent tiny bright white dots that appear randomly across the picture in a straight line, just a few at a time, about 4″ below the top of the picture, in HDMI mode only. Most noticeable on dark or black scenes. I almost exchanged the set for another one, until I saw the same white dots on a 40V4100 at the store playing a Blu-Ray disc. So far Sony’s support does not seem to recognize the problem. I hope Sony will pay attention to what their customers are telling them and come up with a fix for this ASAP because it can be quite noticeable on HDMI upcsaled DVD or Blu-Ray sources. If not for that I would rate it a 5.

    EDIT and UPDATE! Sept 14, 2008 – I am happy to report that Sony has come through and addressed the white dot sparkle problem with an easy to use software/firmware update via a USB flash drive they sent. I now have ZERO white dot sparkles, and a perfect picture. Excellent! And at today’s prices a couple of hundred dollars less than in May when I bought mine, it is an even better deal!

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  3. 34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very nice HDTV for its price, May 29, 2008
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    N. Gupta
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    This review is from: Sony Bravia V-Series KDL-40V4100 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    There are many LCD HDTVs in market today and picture quality is quite comparable. When you take a TV home, it always “look” great but what you should also consider is its feature-set, user friendliness. This Sony tv is very nice in all aspects for the price tag it has. The discounted one, I mean and not the MSRP. The remote is much more responsive, lots of control options, very nice cinemotion even without the 120Hz. Dont judge TVs too much by response time and contrast ratios. These numbers are product specific and can not be compared across. I also like this tv can lock channel irrespective of the ratings info. The on-screen guide is very nice.
    Has very rich and true colors, deep black levels, good surround sound. When you switch channels, they change very quickly as compared to some other TVs. The information displayed is also very good.
    Overall, a very good buy.
    Cons: No backlit remote, no swivel stand, USB port is not generic.

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