EMIs from ₹508/month
Boring ol’ TV sets that let you just watch regular TV channels are so yesterday. Upgrade your entertainment system with this Sony Bravia LED TV. It features USB and HDMI ports which let you connect external devices to your TV. When you’re bored of watching the TV, simply tune into your favourite radio stations - yes, this TV has built-in FM radio.
You’re really going to enjoy watching your favorite shows, matches and movies on this Sony TV, thanks to Sony’s Clear Resolution Enhancer technology. By reducing visual noise and improving contrast levels, the TV makes images look sharp and natural.
It doesn’t matter whether you love watching deep, narrative-driven dramas or gung-ho action movies. The 20-watt speakers on this Sony TV will ensure that you have great audio experiences. Crisp, clear dialogue and terrific explosions, this is where it’s at.
Got a pen-drive full of videos and photos from vacations and trips? Well, no need to watch it all on a boring old monitor any more. Just stick that thing straight into the TV and you are good to go. The comfort of your couch and the grandness of the big screen beckons.
While many companies tend to focus on adding a ton of new features, not many stop to consider protecting the device. A single, errant power surge could fry your precious TV, leaving you with an empty box. This Sony TV comes with X-Protection Pro which safeguards it from electrical surges.
Manufacturers can put tons of features in their TV, but what’s the point if no one can understand how to use it? This Sony TV lets you navigate content in multiple languages. In a country where a majority of the population prefer to speak in their native tongues, that’s a superb bonus.
Sound output of 20 watts, Dolby Digital audio technology, two HDMI ports, one USB port, a screen size of 60.96 cm and a resolution of 1366x768 pixels.
3 Sep, 2016
Worth every penny
12 Oct, 2016
Found some Heating problem
10 Mar, 2017
29 Sep, 2017
30 Oct, 2016
Good quality product
28 Sep, 2016
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29 Jan, 2017