Sony Television (35) Products
With RGB Direct, you can choose from Sony big screen TVs, OLED, full array LED TVs, LCD televisions, and more for an impressive viewing experience. As a global leader in consumer electronics, Sony is well known for manufacturing various products including televisions of various sizes and to suit prices from £350 to £9500.
Smart Televisions and High-Quality Visuals
With Sony televisions, no matter what size screen you choose, you are guaranteed high-quality visuals and often smart television capabilities as standard. Sony's new Cognitive Processor XR aims to deliver the most true-to-life image possible while the 4K HDR processor produces pictures, rich with real-world detail and texture.
For kitchens, bedrooms, or guest rooms, small TVs (32-40 inches) are usually the best choice. They're cheaper and easier to move when you need the additional space and they take up less wall or fixture space in a room that has a lot of movement and appliances such as a family kitchen.
TVs in living rooms and family rooms are usually 55 inches wide. In most households, the optimal viewing distance is around 7.5 feet or 5.5 feet for those looking for a more theatrical experience. These are the most commonly bought television sizes but you should take into account how large the living room is as this will affect the size of the television that will look sensible within the room.
Large master bedrooms may accommodate a 70 to 85-inch TV. Still, large televisions are often used in commercial buildings to display information and welcome messages to potential customers or visitors to the business. Sony recommends you view a screen above 70 inches from around 5 feet away, which works perfectly for passing visitors or using the screen behind a serving counter.
Why You Should Buy Sony Televisions from RGB Direct
The process of connecting your new Sony television to the wall unit or stand may not always be easy, especially if you are buying an 85-inch television. However, we have a team of trained engineers who can connect your new Sony television for you. We are able to do all types of installations, regardless of whether you need a custom installation or a flat-screen mounted on the wall.
As part of our partnership with PaybyFinance, RGB Direct is pleased to announce a range of special online finance plans. With Sony Televisions costing up to over £9000, RGB Direct offer easy finance options that allow you to make a necessary purchase by spreading the cost. Your purchase can be spread over a number of months, up to 48 months, to allow the television to be bought in easy-to-manage payments. Online purchases with finance are available only for selected items.
Once you have purchased your new television, RGB Direct can offer recycling services. Natural resources and the environment can be saved by repairing or recycling many electrical items. Electrical equipment that is not recycled will end up in landfills where hazardous substances will leak out and contaminate water and soil - harming wildlife and humans. RGB Direct are here to reduce the harm and are pleased to offer our customers the chance to recycle their old electrical items.
How do I choose a 2022 Sony TV?
You should not buy a TV that does not support High Dynamic Range (HDR). Additionally, you should consider a TV that uses quantum dots since these provide brighter colours. In comparison to standard LED TVs, quantum dot displays (often referred to as QLED or NEO QLED) typically have even better performance.
How long do TVs last?
It is estimated that the average television lasts between 4 and 10 years (approximately 40,000 to 100,000 hours) depending on how it is used and maintained. You can extend the life of your TV by turning it off at the end of the day, which is one of the simplest things you can do. Your new television's life can be extended by adjusting the contrast and brightness levels to suit the room it is used in.
Does leaving a TV on all night use a lot of electricity?
Depending on how long the user watches the TV and how energy efficient it is, this will differ. Sony televisions typically consume 90 to 170 watts per hour while operating. In energy-saving mode, TVs consume less than 0.2 watts of energy per hour. Taking your TV off standby at night and turning it off completely will save you some electricity and therefore money.