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In the last couple of years the LCD TVs have successfully improved their market sales, thanks to great features offered for less money than the price tags from 2007. Even if, nowadays buyers are purchasing packages made out of surround sound systems and LCD TVs, the stand alone sales of LCD HD Televisions are still at the sky level. Even the economic crisis didn’t change too much the LCD TV sales. A more accurate explanation of this phenomenon is that educated people (interested within the latest available technology) can’t give up the modern technology. We are talking about laptops, LCD TVs, consoles, mobile multimedia consoles, and so one.
The economic crisis affected directly the less fortunate ones, and the average buyers (only within the purchase of cars, houses, and furniture). For the time being the technology is such an important part of our lives that we can’t give it up just yet. Sony is one of the best manufacturers out there. In order to survive the crisis, Sony adopted a new management plan, which paid off by now. The not essential gadgets, such as digital photo frames, accessories for iPod and iPhone, Blu-ray systems, digital book reader, and others within the same functionalities, kept their price levels intact, while the LCD TVs, surround systems, Laptops, and digital point and shoot camera, diminished their prices in order to balance the negative sales due to the economic crisis.
Sony has three LCD TV categories within its portfolio, the 22 inches to 26 inches LCD HD Televisions category, the 32 inches to 40 inches LCD HD Televisions category, and the 42 inches to 70 inches LCD HD Televisions category. The first category sports two models. The first model sports a 22 inches wide screen diagonal. It is part of the Class Bravia L Series LCD HDTV, and it sports the unique allocated number KDL 22 L5000. Its key features includes 720p resolution, Energy Star certifies, 8000 to 1 contrast ratio, and 6 HD inputs. This TV sports a nice conservative design with the matte black plastic frame.
This TV looks nice, not very modern, but nice, with the all black look. However, don’t expect to get any exclusive finishes like stainless steel frames. The only non black element is the “Sony” logo, with a silver finish. With a varying height from no pedestal to including pedestal, 14 5/8 inches (370mm) to 16 Â½ inches (417 mm), wide of 22 inches (558 mm), deep of 3 1/8 inches (79 mm) to 8 1/.2 inches (215 mm – varying because of the pedestal), the KDL 22 L5000 weights about 6.9 Kg (or 15.2 lbs) with the pedestal, and about 6.1 Kg (or 13.5 lbs) without the pedestal. As you may have already imagined it, this Sony device sports a solid build quality, a true investment in every possible way.
If you are interested in the power consumption, because it is all so in vogue right now to drive green cars and buy eco friendly products, you should know that this HD LCD TV sports a power consumption of maximum 55 Watts when used, and less than 1 Watts when left in standby. Even more, this LCD TV really includes good energy saving and efficiency features, such as backlight off mode, eco settings, energy star version 3.0 certified, an annual consumption (average calculation) of 82 kWh, several power saving modes, and computer power management.
In terms of inputs and outputs, the connectivity is well ensured. Beside the AC power input, you get five analog audio input, HDMI port, audio out, component video input, digital audio outputs, HDMI computer connection, composite video input, S video detection, S video Input, one PC input with HD 15 pin, and one 2.0 USB port. Sony embedded within this model, a 21.6 inches diagonal widescreen LCD (backlight type CCFL) with a maximum resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, an on screen contrast ratio of 800 to 1, with a dynamic contrast ratio of 8000 to 1.
The general aspect ratio is 16 to 9. This display offers great brightness in any environment lighting conditions. Sony really thought about the viewing angles. Therefore you get good viewing angles, for a LCD TV in its class, both right and left angle sport a 170 degree value, while the up viewing angle and the down viewing angle, both sport 160 degree value. Both audio and video department is well represented within this Sony product. In the audio department you get excellent features including Â the five in one channel audio out, the alternate audio feature, Dolby Surround Sound technology, several audio modes (such as Clear voice, dynamic and standard), and great “Steady Sound” automatic volume control.
The video department is also well featured. You get several resolutions available, such as 1080/60p in HDMI component, 1080/60i and 1080/24p in HDMI only, and both 480/60p and 480/60i. you also get several video features such as 3D comb filter, 4 to 3 aspect ratio by default, advanced contrast enhancer, “Cine Motion” Reverse 3 to 2 technology, three picture mode (cinema, vivid, and standard), and several wide modes such as zoom, full, wide zoom, and normal mode. The built in speakers will deliver a total audio power of 10 Watts (5 Watts x 2). Sony included in the retail box of the 22 inches Class Bravia L Series LCD HDTV a remote control (RM YD028), batteries AA x 2 (for the remote controls), the AC power cord, warranty card, operating instructions, quick setup guide, pedestal, and 3 screws for pedestal (which has to be assembled).
Overall the 22 inches Bravia L Series LCD HDTV is an interesting choice. It delivers good features within a small package, it looks a little too conservative, but for $399.99 price tag you might just start to love it. Even more, this TV is certainly durable, and can be considered to be a great investment, with the excellent display and Bravia engine.
Even more, Sony offers a full range of accessories for the Bravia line, including Blu-ray Disc Player at $199.99, wall mounting bracket at $249.99, dual arm articulating wall at $119.99, all sorts of necessary cables, Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System for $699.99, and Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System for $599.99. If you want to buy a bigger LCD TV you should consider opting for other display sizes from the Bravia L Series, such as 26 inches, 32 inches, or 37 inches. If you are looking to buy a great LCD HDTV with a full line of accessories with small power consumption, then you should buy a Bravia L Series LCD TV.
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