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Sony 50" W660F Full HD Smart TV $639 (Was $799) Delivered @ Amazon AU

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I think this is a 660F, the Technical Details says it’s a KDL-50W660F. The picture is also a 660F.
Last time it was on sale for $715

Be entertained with detailed Full HD pictures, enhanced by X-Reality PRO upscaling.
Go straight to Netflix and Youtube and enjoy all your favourite videos.
Discover thrilling HDR entertainment. It brings you the excitement of movies and games in vividly detailed High Dynamic Range (HDR).

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  • +2

    Product Features:

    Screen size: 50"
    Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    Backlight type: Direct LED
    Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
    USB Playback Codecs: MPEG1/MPEG2PS/MPEG2TS/AVCHD/MP4Part10/MP4Part2/AVI(XVID)/AVI(MotionJpeg)/
    WMV9/MKV/WEBM/WAV/MP3/WMA/JPEG
    USB drive format support: FAT16/FAT32/NTFS
    Smartphone connectivity: Screen mirroring (Miracast), Photo Sharing Plus, Media Connect
    HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC)
    HDCP1.4
    TV System (Digital Terrestrial): DVB-T/T2
    USB ports: 2 (Side/Stacking)
    RF (Terrestrial/Cable) Connection Input(s): 1 (Side)
    HDMI inputs: total 2 (2 Side)
    Ethernet inputs: 1 (Rear)
    Digital Audio Output(s): 1 (Rear)
    Composite Video Input(s): 1 (Rear)
    Audio/Headphone Output(s): 1 (Side Hybrid with Headphone Out, Audio Out and Subwoofer Out
    Sound modes: Standard, Music, Cinema, Sports
    Picture modes: Vivid, Standard, Custom, Cinema, Sports, Photo-Vivid, Photo-Standard, Photo-Custom, Game, Graphics, HDR Game, HDR Cinema
    Motion enhancer: Motionflow XR 200
    HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR10, HLG
    USB HDD Recording
    On/Off Timer
    Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
    HDMI-CEC
    Power Consumption (in standby): 0.5W
    Power Consumption (in operation): 117W
    Annual Power Consumption*: 270 kWh/Year
    Weight of TV without Stand Approx. 11 Kg
    Weight of TV with Stand Approx. 11.4 Kg
    Stand Width Approx. 746 mm
    Dimensions of TV without stand: Approx. 1130 x 660 x 68mm
    Dimensions of TV with stand: Approx. 1130 x 717 x 268mm

  • +1

    Biggest downside is no 4K (even if you don't watch any 4K content, lower res content generally looks better on a 4K TV)

    Same size or larger 4K TV's available for less.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/tag/uhd-tv

    Also, it's a 2 year old model, released mid 2017

    • +2

      lower res content generally looks better on a 4K TV

      The only reason low res content would look better on a 4k tv compared to a hd tv is due to the quality of upscaling hardware/software within the tv.

      Being 4k resolution alone doesn't make low res content look better.

      • Yes I agree.

        But a 2019 4K TV will generally look better for most content due to other inherent improvements over a 2017 1080p TV as well. Brighter, greater contrast, HDR etc.

  • Does anyone know if this would have KAYO app built in? Keen to access KAYO without having to mirror / cast from another device. Unlikely given the age of the model but worth asking just in case. Thanks.

    • I'd look for android TV option

    • +1

      No, it is just a Sony Smart TV with inbuilt apps, you will need one with Android TV to download/install other apps like Kayo etc.

  • I think the description is wrong when it says 660E, I think it’s a 660F, as the 660E only comes in 32", 40" & 49". In the Technical Details it says it’s a KDL-50W660F. The picture is also for the 660F.

    Rang Amazon, it is a 660F

  • If I was after this size, I'd probably go for something like this cheaper and better specced TCL 50P8M for $595 instead.

    • UHD 4K HDR
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • 100hz
    • Android Oreo
    • Chromecast built-in
    • Bluetooth
    • Netflix / Stan / YouTube / Kayo
    • 2 X USB 2.0
    • 3 X HDMI
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Especially when the 50P8M has hit $400 a few times in the past month.

  • I have one of these for about a year now, the quality is very good, good enough for the standard of the Australian TV.

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