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Sony KDL-40R510C LED TV Review

31.5 in.
40 in.
48 in.

Sony's entry-level TV is perfect for cinephiles on a budget

May 21, 2015
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Series Name R500C
General Type LED
Screen Size 40 in.
Screen Sizes in Series
  • 32
  • 40
  • 48
Format 1080p
Height (with stand) 22.875 in.
Width 36.5 in.
Depth (with stand) 6.625 in.
Weight 19.2 lbs.
3D Capable No
Refresh Rate 120 Hz
LCD Backlighting LED edgelit
Input Ports
  • HDMI
  • Component Video
  • Composite Video
  • Analog Audio
Energy Star Compliance Yes
Number of HDMI Ports 2
Number of USB Ports 2
Smart Features Yes

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