Tuesday, March 4, 2014

===SONY HDTV=== *.mkv file question?


I am planing to purchase a 40~42" HDTV (100~200 Hz, energy saver, good picture quality, 3+ HDMI, USB with video support...)

I would like learn whether 40" Sony HDTVs support *.mkv video format. If so, which ones?

Thank you very much.


Samsung - http://ars.samsung.com/customer/DownloadAnsTempl?AT_ID=155835&SEQ_NO=1
- doesn't include 2010 models though, but models with the same numbers as these with a "C" infront should be 2010 models which still support the same video types.

Sony - It will vary from model to model. Some of the older sets I think were MPEG1, MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS, AVCHD (maybe AVCHD, not 100% sure). Some of the newer sets I think are now support AVCHD, AVC, and MPEG4. Its all related to what they offer up in their consumer camcorders.

If you go to sonystyle.com, Shop, TV and Home Entertainment, Bravia Televisions you can go through their various TVs there. Find the TV model you're interested in and then go to its "Specifications" tab. Look for the "Convenience Features" heading. Scroll to the bottom of that list and it should say USB Applications. In there it should list which video formats are supported.

I went through a handful and none said .mkv as far as I could tell. I think the only way to do that would be some method related to a PS3 (I think only works by streaming through the PS3, not playing back directly on/from it).

2010 Panasonic 42'' plasma tv OR 2010 Toshiba 40'' LCD tv?


both 1080p
panasonic- 600hz

toshiba- 120hz

***Both around same price, tv is for my bedroom

I was just googling and came across this product hope it helps you
Panasonic TC-L42U25 42-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV
Panasonic IPS Panel for uncompromising picture quality
120 Hz Motion Picture Pro 4
Viera Image Viewer for Picture viewing

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