I have been searching for a year now for an LED HDTV that has excellent SD upscaler because I watch mostly international channels that only broadcast at 480i resolution. Another one of my major requirements for the TV would be a very low input lag as I play shooter games very often on the PS4.
I finally stumbled upon the SONY KDL-42W653A, a 2013 model made for the UK and the Asian market. A review done from CNET stated its spectatular SD upconversion capability and SD picture quality.
Here is the link: http://www.cnet.com/uk/products/sony-kdl-42w653a/
Another review done from HDTVTEST.CO.UK stated that this TV broke all records with a jaw-dropping input lag of 14.6
Link to that: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-...1308113237.htm
This TV was exactly what I had been looking for until I discovered it wasn't made by SONY for the U.S. market. Through desperation for it meeting my requirements I went ahead and ordered it from someone on EBAY until I realized it wasn't universal as I stumbled on it's manual which doesn't clarify its specific voltage and HZ frequency but rather a bunch of other SONY models. This is what the manual stated:
Power and others
19.5 V DC with mains adaptor
Rating: Input 220 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Here is the link to the manual and the information posted above is on the 5th page of the manual: http://pdf.crse.com/manuals/4453095131.pdf
Here are my questions. I really want to keep this TV but can I make this TV work in the U.S. at peak performance even though I believe it only runs on 220-240V and 50HZ? What will I need to make it work? Or if you have any recomendations for an American model LED TV that meets the requirements I've been seeking?
I appreciate the input and help in advance.