Through legendary brands like Trinitron, WEGA and now BRAVIA, Sony has always remained firmly at the forefront of television technology, giving viewers the very best experience possible. We are equally committed to supporting environmental innovation and initiatives, so are proud to have adopted the Government’s voluntary energy-efficiency labelling scheme, which helps you understand and compare the energy consumption of our world-leading TVs.
Find out the consumption (based on average use) of this particular model by clicking on the Energy Rating label; and when comparing models, note that the more stars the label highlights, the more efficient the TV is.
But high performance has not been sacrificed to improved efficiency. Read about the specific technical highlights of this model here:
The revolutionary BRAVIA Engine 3 uses a new high definition video processor that reproduces images with impressive depth, vibrant colours with true-to-life tones, and high-definition images with amazing clarity. With the BRAVIA Engine 3, you can now enjoy clear and vibrant images in finer detail from both SD and HD sources.
Live Colour™ can reproduce colours more vividly with an image processor that uses an algorithm specially developed by Sony. You can even adjust colour vividness for optimal image quality with four different options available. With Live Colour™, you’ll be able to experience the power of vivid colours and impressive pictures with finer colour tuning.
With High Definition (HD) 1080 recording, the effective scanning line is 1,080, which is more than twice the number in conventional standard definition (SD) format, and video data quality of High Definition 1080p recording is about 4.5 times more.
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a standard designed to realize seamless interoperability of connected devices on your home network, enabling you to share your digital media and content services easily and without fuss. With DLNA, you can simply connect and enjoy!