Sony BRAVIA KDL-40V2500 40" LCD TV - 16:9


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Get all of the quality with none of the bulk. The new 40 V-Series gives you an exceptional 1080p HD picture and Dolby Digital surround sound with a space-saving bottom speaker design. Pack in the sports, movies and games with an amazing backlit 40 picture1, amplified and enhanced surround sound, and the convenience of sleep timer and picture freeze. Plug in your PC and up to 7 other components including HDMI to create the full entertainment experience. And enjoy the quality and style that can only come from a Bravia TV.

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Digital Tuner: ATSC

Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes, VGA Yes, Component Video Yes, S-Video Yes, Composite Video Yes, Headphone Yes

Display Type: LCD TV

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080


Product Title: Sony BRAVIA KDL-40V2500 40" LCD TV - 16:9

Manufacturer: Sony

Lowest Price: $60.99 from

Power Score: 4.2 | 35 Reviews

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Product Reviews (12)

sony bravia 40" hdtv

Strengths: nice picture

Weakness: terrible sound, wavering picture

Maybe I bought a dud, but our Bravia is awful. The sound is the most obvious problem, but I'd tolerate that as opposed to the wavering picture, as well as an unstable image. I have a few days left on the warranty, so here's hoping.

By jimbob69 - Sep 21, 2009

One word: awesome!!

Strengths: Picture quality , clear bright

Weakness: A little hard to find the input selection , remote feels cheap

I was dead set on getting a a Sharp Aquos or a Samsung TV I was looking at a 42 inch in both of those models, however after actually seeing the picture in the store and comparing the ones that I was interested in , I was blown away by the Sony. Do yourself a favor and actually go to a store and look at the TV's side by side you can't tell by a pic on the internet. The screen size that I bought...
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By anonymous; - Mar 21, 2008

Review from a guy who knows nothing about TVs

Strengths: Picture even looks decent on old analog cable

Weakness: No individual source buttons on remote (Vid 1 Vid 2, etc..)

Ok, I know nothing about TVs. My cable service is so old and got bought out so many times that I am now with Comcast, but paying a rate my friends can't believe is so low. It's analog cable but for under $20/month for what is expanded basic (normally over $50 in my area) but I don't want to switch. My old TV went out so I decided I'd take the plunge and by this one since I saw it at a friends...
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By anonymous; - Mar 8, 2008


Strengths: better than i thougt

Weakness: none

just bought mine for 1,199.00 at best buy compared to 1,299.00 that was the sale price. i got a steal !!! picture is unbelievable when direct tv and hooked everything for hd. at first i was disappointed at the picture quality. but that was just regular satalite. when it got connected , holy crap, i was amazed and fell in love! i would recommend this tv to anyone!!!!!!!!!

By dannyboi12 - Jan 29, 2008

A great TV that use to cost $3,000 USD

Strengths: Full 1080P HD, price is just right $1,298, anti-glare screen, the TV stand swivels

Weakness: none to report

I read a lot of comments before posting my review. I noticed that there was several reviews that did not like the look of the analog channels. I agree with all of them, but I don't think of it as a problem. The channels on my old 32 inch Panasonic, "Which I purchased 8 years ago", look a whole lot better than my brand new Sony HDTV LCD. LCD's and Plasmas were designed exclusively with the use of...
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By moviefanaticfan - Jan 26, 2008

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