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The Sony BRAVIA KDL-46VL160 is a 46” high-definition LCD television featuring a 16: 9 full HD 1080p resolution panel.

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plenty of inputs and outputs for all types of devices, even legacy devices

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24p format makes Blu-ray movies look stunning, excellent detail and gorgeous colors

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tuner finds channels quickly, compatible with most cable providers

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sports play back sharp and clear, no blur or lost frames

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streams media from networked devices smoothly, makes compressed files look good

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blacks tend to get a bit muddy, darker scenes are a bit difficult to watch sometimes

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need to make sure you turn off MotionFlow for anything but sports - makes things look strange

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The Sony BRAVIA KDL-46VL160 is a 46” high-definition LCD television featuring a 16:9 full HD 1080p resolution panel. It utilizes MotionFlow 120Hz technology to double the frames of incoming video content, which reduces blurriness and results in a smoother, more fluid experience. Included also is 24p True Cinema, which means 24fps content — such as from a Blu-ray disc — can be viewed in their original format; this in turn means it’ll look better on the screen. The unit is also DLNA compliant, which allows it to access digital photos from DLNA-enabled PCs and/or other devices. Overall, the BRAVIA KDL-46VL160 is an advanced HDTV built for reduced noise, enhanced image detail, and superior contrast.

  • 46” HDTV
  • MotionFlow
  • True Cinema
  • DLNA
  • Dynamic Noise Reduction
  • Advanced Contrast Circuit
  • BRAVIA Engine
  • Screen Size: 46”
  • Contrast: 3000:1
  • Dynamic Contrast: 30000:1
  • Native Resolution: 1920x1080p
  • Pane Bit: 10-bit
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Tuner: ATSC/NTSC/Clear-QAM
  • Audio Output: 20W (10W x2)
  • Component Video In
  • Composite Video In
  • Digital Audio Out
  • RF Connection In
  • S-Video In
  • Analog Audio In
  • Audio Out
  • HDMI Connection
  • PC In (D-Sub)
  • USB 2.0
  • Digital Media
  • Ethernet
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07/10/2013 12:00

I have owned this tv for 3.5 years. It just developed a broad dark vertical band across 1/4 of the screen. It's out of warranty and the cost to fix it is more than the cost of a new tv. These tv's were more expensive when I bought it. I paid $1,500 for 3.5 years of use. That's not value for the money. I have had better luck with Vizio. Thru Costco I got a new 47 inch Vizio LED smarttv for $600 with a Costco 2yr warranty plus an additional 3 years for $60.00 I paid a premium for Sony Bravia and got an unreliable product.

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