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SKU: KLV-32S400A
  • Sony klv-32s400a Multi system TV
  • Worldwide NTSC/PAL/SECAM Color System
  • Worldwide NTSC, PAL BG, PAL I, Secam BG, DK/ PAL DK TV tuners
  • Sony klv-32s400a Multi system TV
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  • Screen Size (Inches)
  • The screen size advertised and published is always the size of the television and not the actual display. To know the exact size of the display screen, remove another inch or so from the published screen size.
  • The screen size of the TV is measured diagonally. It

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  1. Features
  2. Sony klv-32s400a Multi system TV
  3. Worldwide NTSC/PAL/SECAM Color System
  4. Worldwide NTSC, PAL BG, PAL I, Secam BG, DK/ PAL DK TV tuners
  5. Sony klv-32s400a Multi system TV
  6. Main Features:
  7. Screen Size (Inches)
  8. The screen size advertised and published is always the size of the television and not the actual display. To know the exact size of the display screen, remove another inch or so from the published screen size.
  9. The screen size of the TV is measured diagonally. It is the length from one corner to the diagonally opposite corner and is usually measured in inches. Curently in India, screen size for LCD televisions range from 15 to 52 inches; for Plasma and Projection televisions it ranges from 37 to 70 inches; for CRT televisions it ranges from 14 to 34 inches.
  10. Number of Programmes or Channels 100
  11. Type of Television
  12. Screens available today can be broadly classified into 6 categories 1) Regular (Conventional), 2) Semi Flat (FST and FFST) and 3) Flat and 4) Plasma 5) Projection and 6) LCD.
  13. Tuning Features
  14. Cable Tuner (S Band)
  15. Cable Tuner (VHF)
  16. Cable Tuner (Hyper Band)
  17. Cable Tuner (UHF)
  18. Tuning using Remote
  19. Picture Features
  20. Number of Selectable Picture Modes 3
  21. Black Stretch
  22. The Black Stretch circuit in television improves upon the black level of signal proportionately and in doing so enhances the contrast of the picture. Normally, if the white and black portions of the picture are next to each other on the screen, then the black picture looks a little less black. To overcome this problem television manufacturers have tried to increase the black level-calling it black stretch.
  23. Benefits
  24. It improves contrast and hence improves the picture quality.
  25. Picture In Picture
  26. The PIP feature can display more than one screen on your television as a smaller sub-screen. Any of the sub-screens displayed can be chosen for main screen viewing at the touch of a button on the remote control. Some televisions offer upto 9 sub-screens on the TV screen.
  27. Benefits
  28. This enables the viewer to simultaneously view two or more channels. However, the soundtrack is of the main screen channel. This feature is useful for large families where everyone wants to see their own favourite channel.
  29. Sharpness Control
  30. A control on the television (and on the remote control) that aids in altering the sharpness and clarity of the picture.
  31. In dimly lit conditions (such as the night), a very sharp picture could strain your eyes. In a well lit room, you would need a sharper picture to view the picture on the television screen. Thus the settings of the sharpness may need to be adjusted using the Sharpness Control. Some televisions are also provided with preset picture settings for different ambient conditions.
  32. Benefits
  33. You may need to alter the sharpness settings for a more relaxed viewing that is less strenuous for your eyes.
  34. Zoom
  35. Resolution (Pixels)
  36. Resolution refers to the number of pixels, or dots, used to create the image on the screen. Applicable to High-end televisions to measure ability to display image with millions of colours.
  37. The number of pixels horizontally (Lines of Resolution) by the number of pixels vertically, this is how many independent dots of colour the screen can display. Following are the types resolution available. VGA (Video Graphics Array) 640 x 480, SVGA (Super VGA) 800 x 600, XGA (Extended Graphics Array) 1024 x 768, SXGA (Super XGA) 1280 x 1024, WXGA (Wide Extended Graphics) 1366 x 768 and finally Full HD or True HD Resolution of 1980 x 1080 pixels. Full HD resolution is highest resolution available in televisions, where one can enjoy entertainment from sources displaying 1080i or 1080p signals. Currently in India we do not receive High Definition broadcast but one can enjoy it if connected to sources like Blu-ray or HD-DVD players, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
  38. Benefits
  39. Higher the resolution better the picture quality.
  40. 1366 x 768
  41. Contrast Ratio
  42. Contrast ratio is measured as the difference between the brightest and darkest colors on the screen and is associated with LCD, Plasma and projection televisions and monitors. TVs with a higher contrast ratio are considered to be better than ones with lower contrast ratios.
  43. There are two ways of measuring contrast ratio. The first is True or On-screen Contrast Ratio and the second is Dynamic Contrast Ratio. True or On-screen contrast ratio measures the difference between the brightest and darkest images a TV can produce simultaneously or at the same time. The ratio of the brightest and darkest images a TV can produce over time is called dynamic contrast ratio. Dynamic contrast measures the display twice, once with a dark screen and once with a bright screen. Dynamic contrast ratio is often four or five times higher than the static specification, so while comparing make sure you are considering them at equal terms. But in the end it is always advisable that you inspect competing models yourself for their contrast performance before purchasing.
  44. 1800:1, Dynamic 15000:1
  45. Brightness (cd/m2)
  46. Brightness on display units is measured in candelas per square metre or cd/m2 (1 cd/m2 is sometimes called a nit).
  47. 450cd/m2
  48. Brightness Sensor
  49. Brightness Sensor Function automatically adjusts the screen brightness depending on the room brightness, helping to reduce power consumption. Features like Golden Eye, Digital Eye in televisions denote that they have Brightness Sensor.
  50. Response Time (Milliseconds (ms))
  51. It is screen reaction time, ie the time it takes for your screen to react to any command. The pixel response time in milliseconds is the time it takes for a pixel to go from black to white and then back to black.
  52. In the earlier days of LCD display technology, higher response times meant that in fast moving scenes, the panel would not be able to draw each rapidly changing frame in time, and a slightly blurred, ghosting effect could be seen in some places.
  53. Benefits
  54. Pixel Response Times apply to LCD Televisions only, as Plasma Displays use a different type of technology. So choose LCD TV with lesser response time than 8ms.
  55. 8ms
  56. Aspect Ratio
  57. Aspect ratio is the width-to-height ratio of a visual image. Standard NTSC televisions have an aspect ratio of 4:3 (4 units wide by 3 units high). Widescreen televisions have an aspect ratio of 16:9.
  58. 16:9
  59. Comb Filter (Type)
  60. A Comb Filter is a device that separates chrominance (colours) from luminance (light) to improve picture resolution, to minimize picture distortion and to reduce distortionary colour artefacts, such as dot crawl and shimmering.
  61. 3D Digital
  62. Noise Reducer
  63. The noise reducer reduces the snow-flake effect caused by bad signal reception.
  64. When there is a poor signal or bad satellite reception in your area, the television emits disturbing snow-like particles on the screen thus distorting the image. This is video noise. The Noise Reducer significantly reduces the disturbance caused to the image.
  65. Benefits
  66. It enhances image quality on your television set.
  67. Audio Features
  68. Audio Output (PMPO) (Watts)
  69. PMPO stands for Peak Music Power Output. A high PMPO suggests a higher maximum volume achievable by the television set. Most Indian brands measure sound output in terms of PMPO. However, audiophiles feel it is RMS (Root Mean Square) and not PMPO that is the more correct way of measuring music power output. Roughly 8 watts of PMPO power is equal to 1 watt of RMS power. The higher the PMPO (or RMS), the louder you can play your music. Around 30 watts PMPO per channel should be sufficient for easy listening pleasure in a small room.
  70. 200
  71. Selectable Sound Modes 3
  72. Graphic Equalizer
  73. Nicam Stereo
  74. NICAM (Near Instantaneous Compounded Audio Multiplexing) broadcast, is an audio signal.
  75. This is a Digital Stereo System that is built into the television set. Ask your cable operator to tell you if your area receives NICAM broadcasts.
  76. Benefits
  77. You can enjoy CD sound quality on your television.
  78. Stereo Playback
  79. Stereo playback enables you to connect or route the sound signals from your TV to the audio system. You can also have an audio amplifier that can power the regular speakers of your TV set giving you a stereo playback.
  80. Benefits
  81. Produces clear dynamic stereo sound when connected to external stereo devices.
  82. Number of Speakers 2
  83. Speakers
  84. Tweeters No
  85. Woofers No
  86. Convenience Features
  87. Game Capability No
  88. Hotel Mode or Volume Lock
  89. Blue Screen or Blue Back
  90. Auto Off
  91. Auto Sound Leveller
  92. Child Lock or Channel Guard
  93. On Timer ---
  94. Off Timer
  95. Sleep Timer
  96. Programme Swap
  97. On Screen Display
  98. Connectivity
  99. Composite Video Input
  100. Composite Video Inputs are the most common ports available in projectors/televisions to connect compatible devices like VCRs, camcorders etc. Composite Video Inputs produces lowest resolution at 200-220p.
  101. Benefits
  102. This input is useful if in case your source device lacks superior S-video or component video outputs.
  103. 1F/2R
  104. Component Video Input
  105. Televisions with Component Video inputs have 3-jack connection, which facilitates the ultimate in color accuracy with a Component Video Output compatible DVD Players and other devices, and virtually all of todays DVD players include it.
  106. They separate the video signal into 3 component parts, and improve resolution, picture detail, and have great color accuracy. A single component video input includes three RCA jacks & one for the brightness (luminance) section of the video signal, and two for the color (chrominance) section. Due to these separations in component video connections, they offer even higher-quality video transfer than S-video connections, with improved color accuracy and less bleeding.
  107. 2R
  108. S-Video Input
  109. Higher quality video input than composite video connection available in television/projector, which can be connected to the devices like DVD player and camcorders. S-video inputs connection that segregates chrominance and luminance signals for optimum reproduction from high-quality video sources such as SVHS, Hi8 and DVD players.
  110. Benefits
  111. S-video inputs connection are better than traditional composite video inputs.
  112. 1R
  113. DVI Input
  114. The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to maximize the visual quality of digital display devices. DVI is the best way to connect to a computer, for using the TV as a large monitor.
  115. 0
  116. HDMI Input
  117. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a new connectivity standard that carries high definition audio and video signals on the same cable. It is a digital cable and connection that supports digital data transmission. Unlike DVI, which supports only video transmission, HDMI supports both high definition video and audio.
  118. Benefits
  119. HDMI is superior to component and DVI. HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio, and interactive controls on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio.
  120. 1F/2R
  121. USB Port 0
  122. VGA Input
  123. VGA Input is a Computer Input Some high-end TV sets have that allows the TV sets to be connected directly to computers.
  124. 1R
  125. AV Output Socket 1R
  126. Earphone Socket 1F
  127. External Speaker Terminal ---
  128. Compatibility
  129. LD or VCD or DVD Player Compatible DVD/PC
  130. Power Requirement
  131. Voltage (Volts) 110-240
  132. Power Consumption (Watts) 156
  133. Machine Dimensions
  134. Width (mm) 809
  135. Depth (mm) 99
  136. Height (mm) 542
  137. Approximate Net Weight (Kgs) 14
  138. KLV-S32A10 S32A10 S32A10 S32A10 KLVS32A10 KLV-S32A10 S32A10 S32A10 32A10
  139. Model
  140. Video enhancing features like: Motion flow processor, 10-bit video panel, 24P True Cinema processor
  141. 1080p, Hi Def 32" wide LCD Screen with 1080p
  142. 3 HDMI inputs, PC input, 8000:1 contrast ratio
  143. Newly Developed Real 16x9 WXGA (1366 x 768) ASV & Black TFT LCD Panel
  144. World-Wide NTSC/PAL/SECAM Color System - Watch any video signal on this TV! NTSC M, PAL BG/PAL I/Secam BG, DK/ PAL DK TV tuners
  145. LCD Screen Size
  146. 32
  147. (81cm), 16:9
  148. TV System
  149. M, B/G, D/K, I
  150. Colour System
  151. NTSC 3.58, PAL, SECAM, NTSC 4.43 (AV In), PAL 60 (AV In)
  152. Video Signal
  153. 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i, 720p, 1080p
  154. Picture
  155. Display Resolution
  156. 1366 x 768
  157. Video Processing
  158. BRAVIA Engine 2
  159. Backlight Module
  160. CCFL
  161. Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE)
  162. Yes
  163. Theatre Mode
  164. Yes
  165. 24P True Cinema
  166. Yes
  167. MPEG Noise Reduction
  168. Yes
  169. Dynamic Contrast
  170. 15000:1
  171. Panel Contrast
  172. 1800:1
  173. Viewing Angle
  174. 178
  175. Screen Format
  176. Wide Zoom / Normal / Full / Zoom
  177. Picture Mode
  178. Vivid / Standard / Cinema
  179. 3D Digital Comb Filter
  180. Yes
  181. Audio
  182. Sound Mode
  183. Dynamic / Standard / Clear Voice
  184. Surround Mode
  185. S-Force / Simulated Stereo
  186. Voice Zoom
  187. Yes
  188. Surround
  189. S-Force
  190. Stereo System
  191. NICAM, A2
  192. Audio Output Power
  193. 10W + 10W
  194. Terminals
  195. HDMI / Audio In
  196. 3/1
  197. Component / Audio In
  198. 2
  199. Composite / Audio In
  200. 3
  201. HD15 PC Input / Audio
  202. 1
  203. Composite Monitor Out / Audio Out
  204. 1
  205. Audio Out
  206. 2
  207. Headphone Out
  208. 1
  209. Other Features
  210. BRAVIA Sync
  211. Yes
  212. Power Saving Mode
  213. Yes
  214. Clock
  215. Yes
  216. Sleep Timer
  217. Yes
  218. On/Off Timer (with Time Setting)
  219. Yes
  220. Teletext
  221. Yes
  222. PAP (Picture And Picture)
  223. Yes (1 tuner)
  224. PC Input PIP (Picture In Picture)
  225. Yes
  226. Ambient Light Sensor
  227. Yes
  228. OSD Language
  229. English / Traditional Chinese / Thai / Arabic / Persian
  230. Swivel / Tilt
  231. Yes / -
  232. Swivel Range
  233. Left 20
  234. / Right 20
  235. General
  236. Power Requirements
  237. 110-240V 50/60 Hz
  238. Power Consumption
  239. 156W
  240. Standby Power Consumption
  241. Less than 0.3W
  242. Dimensions (W x H x D) with Stand
  243. 809 x 584 x 242 mm
  244. Dimensions (W x H x D) without Stand
  245. 809 x 542 x 99 mm
  246. Weight with Stand
  247. 17kg
  248. Weight without Stand
  249. 14kg
  250. Supplied Accessories
  251. Remote Control
  252. RM-GA011
  253. Batteries
  254. 2 x AA
  255. Optional Accessories
  256. Wall Mount Bracket
  257. SU-WL500 / SU-WL50B
  258. Sony klv-32s400a Multi system TV
    Power: 100-110-220-240 Volts 50/60 HZ (for WORLDWIDE use)
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