The kid needed a sovrumstv.
The only requirement was wi-fi and SmartTV
After 2 days, I can say waaoow!
Cruel televisions with amazing colors, easy installation> 2min.
We have not linked this to NGN boxer / antenna can not agree with the previous writer who returned the unit. In this TV for 2500: - it is shitload fine for the money, BUY!
Okay folks with Netflix button (good for our 5åring) lacks nothing on this TV.
Was looking for a TV for digital terrestrial broadcasts that would fit on a bookshelf. Then the 32-inch maximum that would fit. In addition, a DVD / BD players used as the image source. Smart features were totally uninteresting. After reading What HiFis reviews online so I bought a copy. And I agree that the colors are very good. The viewing angle from the side as well. It is dingy, if you look a little bit from above but sit on a sofa with the TV at normal altitude so there is no problem. The sound is the thinnest team but works OK. Also like operation including remote control is very good. The manual is not necessary, but you will find what you need. Everything had been on top if I could put the point here but unfortunately there are some very annoying things:
1. Audio and video are out of sync! The image will be slightly ahead of the sound. This is particularly clear at SVT HD broadcasts but can also be marked on SVT's usual channels (SD). After searching around on the Sony forums, this is apparently something many have problems with. Latest FW update (time of writing 2016-12-03) will not solve this problem. The problem is apparently in other Sony models too.
2. Channels disappears from the channel list. If the TV been idle overnight so it may happen that a handful of channels disappeared from the channel list. New channel search is a must. Highest annoying IOM having to create a new favorite list then.
3. You can not navigate to a favorite list with the help of the numeric keys. No problem on the favorite list is short but if you have 20+ channels, it will be a right pain. For me that is primarily thought to run free terrestrial TV is manageable but still an annoyance.
So this TV go back (thanks for the guarantee). And the score will be low, unfortunately. If Sony fixes listed problems, this is in my opinion a spot test winner in its price range.
How it works via HDMI / SCART I do not know because I have not tested more than sporadikst. Fed briefly with a FullHD signal and it looked good but sync problems, I looked not for.
Followed the What Hi-Fi's advice and bought this TV and are right impressed with what you get for the money (SEK 3,500 in October 2016).
Would buy an affordable 32-inch to the landing gear and the choice fell on this. The only negative I can think of is that the remote control is not as sexy as well as apps that you install via the Opera TV Store (such as Plex) requires several keystrokes on the control to open.
The picture quality is really good. Run an old Pioneer Kuro plasma in the living room at home that still delivers, it is generally a bit skeptical of LCD / LED, but as I have said, however, say that the money is really good. That it is not full-HD does not matter at 32 inches.