There are two versions of Sony's KV28LS range a 35 and 60. The only difference as far as I am aware is that the LS60 has a scanning rate of 100HZ, rather than the 50HZ of the 35. I purchased the LS60 approximately 18months which at the time cost just over £600, no doubt it has fallen in price ... Read review
"...and works wonderfully with my Sony DVD player. Comes in handy when you have a pile of remotes for Hi-Fi and TV equipment.
Picture quality is excellent, from all inputs digital and analogue. The pure flat screen is great. Also there are several screen settings you can select depending on the source, i.e. wide, 14:9, 4:3. Can be great fun to stretch pictures to wide when watching a normal 4:3 broadcast - people become a little 'wider' shall we say, ..."
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Phenomenally Flat. Bask in the brightest, most detailed on-screen picture available and don't look back. Get lost in superior sound. Is the WEGA really Flat Out Better? The answer is there when you watch…PRODUCT FEATURES:FD Trinitron WEGA;Digital noise reduction;Virtual Dolby + BBE Sound;3D Sound system;250 page text memory;SmartLink.