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About this mode movies at 24 frames per second can be viewed in the form as the director intended for a large screen. Currently, movies are played back on home theater equipment faster than the projection onto cinema screens. When a film is shown on TV or sold on DVD, it must be converted to be compatible with the PAL format be. This is because the films at a rate of 24 frames per second are taken, however, conventional television play 25 frames per second.


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The LG 47LH7000 offers additional inch screen diagonal and costs just 920 euros. The image quality is also convinced the test. However, the LG needs with 209 watts significantly more power than the Sony and the sound quality of the built in speakers is significantly worse.

The latest BRAVIA models are equipped with this newly developed image processor. BRAVIA Engine 2 is based on the innovative technology of BRAVIA ENGINE and includes four new image processing stages. Thanks to the built-in BRAVIA ENGINE 2 technology for fully digital signal processing, optimized high-resolution images are generated in both standard definition and in HD signals. The image quality is improved by contrast enhancement and noise reduction even further.

24p True Cinema
About this mode movies at 24 frames per second can be viewed in the form as the director intended for a large screen. Currently, movies are played back on home theater equipment faster than the projection onto cinema screens. When a film is shown on TV or sold on DVD, it must be converted to be compatible with the PAL format be. This is because the films at a rate of 24 frames per second are taken, however, conventional television play 25 frames per second.


USB playback
Sony KDL46EX640
The USB port on your BRAVIA TV offers you a simple way a whole new world of home entertainment. Simply connect a camera, a music player or USB flash drive via the USB port on your BRAVIA TV, and turn your screen into a giant photo gallery, music system or video player.





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