- Screen technology: LED
- Screen size: 43 ″
- Screen Resolution: UHD 4K
- HDR: Yes
- Operating system: Linux
- Internet and Wifi: Yes
- USB ports: 3
- HDMI ports: 3
The Sony KD-43XG7005 television from the Japanese multinational is a model that, despite some small flaws, we can say has satisfied the needs of consumers. In fact, most negative experiences are related to the delivery, and not to the product itself . This easily suggests that the TV in question has potential.
Starting from the design we can say that this Sony Bravia is characterized by modern and refined linearity, with a thin panel and ultra-slim frames. In addition, the Clean Cable solution ensures a tidy environment, thanks to the poor visibility of wires and cables. In addition to aesthetic beauty, the television experience can also be said to be remarkable.
Various technologies and functions have been applied to the panel to ensure excellent content. In addition to 4K UHD resolution and HDR we have 4K X-Reality ™ PRO technology , made by Sony to increase the level of sharpness of images, regardless of the content being broadcast. At the same time, thanks to the Dynamic Contrast Enhancer function , the contrast levels are also optimized, bringing out even the smallest details.
The TRILUMINOS, on the other hand, has been implemented to expand the color range and to ensure very realistic and vivid colors and shades. Even the most animated and action-packed scenes are fluid and natural, thanks to the Motionflow function , which reduces the response time. As a result, the quality of the viewing experience is not only top of the range, but is ensured by the precision of Sony technologies.
At the same time, the sound sector was also created to expand the quality of television entertainment. In fact, this Sony Bravia supports four Dolby Audio formats , and offers two 20 watt bass reflex speakers of total power. But, Sony wanted to do something more to make its LED TV shine.
The latter in fact, is characterized by three functions (Clear Phase, DSEE and S-Force Front Surround) that make the sound rich, powerful and clear. Up to this point, therefore, we cannot deny that the Japanese company has not given its best. Some flaws, however, go back to the smart section. The Linux operating system, in fact, was a bit limiting for several users.
In particular, the impossibility of enriching the offer of applications in addition to those already pre-installed was pointed out with harshness. Consequently, we will have to be satisfied. Another limitation that has amazed many Sony aficionados is the lack of voice interaction , given by the absence of integrated voice assistants.
Even the navigation and settings of the TV in question have raised some doubts, as they are not so simple and intuitive. However, the same cannot be said for accessing Netflix and YouTube, two apps that you can access via the buttons on the remote control. Similarly, the connection with external devices is also a simple operation.
The recording of your favorite programs on a USB key to be inserted in the appropriate port is very popular. In short, this Sony Bravia is characterized by advantages and disadvantages that must be evaluated before proceeding with the purchase, so as not to be disappointed once the product has arrived at its destination.
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