Sony Bravia 52 inch HDTV $1,999 (Save$600)

Sony Bravia 52" KDL52V4100 HDTV

Sony Bravia 52" KDL52V4100 HDTV

Here’s another one day offer from Dell. The offer becomes available on March 4, 2009 at 6 AM CST and lasts until 5 am CST on March 5, 2009.  Regularly this TV sells for $1,999, but for one day only you can save $600 and get it for $1,399 with free shipping. Here’s the scoop:

One day only! Save $600 on the Sony Bravia 52″ KDL52V4100 HDTV. $1999 before discount + free ground shipping.

The Sony Bravia offers full high-definition with 1,080 lines of vertical resolution (1080p) with the BRAVIA Engine Full Digital Video Processor which provides crisp, clear and sharp images. Its Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) uses real-time image processing to dynamically adjust backlight levels for improved contrast. The HDMI connection on this LCD TV uses one cable and one plug to simplify connections.

Use as PC Monitor

This set is also suitable as a display for a personal computer. A 52 inch screen may sound crazy to some, but businesses and classrooms will find them suitable for presentations and classroom instruction. I have a few friends in NYC who use their TV as a computer monitor so they can play watch YouTube and live streaming Netflix videos in their living room or den. They can also compute from the comfort of the couch. Digital couch potatoes anyone? You can even watch TV while using your computer with the “PC Picture In Picture (PIP)” feature.

Media Extenders

Rear Connections

Rear Connections

Sony’s Digital Media Extender (DMex) offers a digital connection path for optional modules like the Internet VideoLink, as well as other modules you can add in the future.


Digital media extenders allow you to connect to a home network to retrieve digital media files (such as music, pictures, or video) from a personal computer or other media server and play them back on a home theater system or TV. A DMR includes a user interface that allows users to navigate through their digital media library, search for, and play back media files. Different DMRs are designed to handle different tasks. Some DMRs only handle music; some handle music and pictures; some handle music, pictures, and video; while others go further to allow internet browsing or controlling Live TV from a PC with a TV tuner.

bravia2Some other capabilities which are accomplished by DMRs include:

  • Watch, pause, & record live television
  • Play and store music CDs and view album art
  • Play, catalog, and store DVD videos
  • Listen & Pause Digital Radio
  • View, store, and edit digital pictures
  • Create automated picture slideshows

One day only! Save $600 on the Sony Bravia 52″ KDL52V4100 HDTV. $1999 before discount + free ground shipping.

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3 comments

  1. owen says:

    I want a lcd tv that can do 50% pip on any input. This seems lame compared to what the old tvs could do.

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