Design is attractive and the menu system is easy to use
Disappointing black levels
Good overall image quality
Aesthetically beautiful, Well rounded features
Shadow detail isn't up there with the better TVs.
Delivers smooth images without excessive judder.
A very average Smart TV that is not as easy to use as the better performing competition.
'High-gloss bezel/stand - attracts fingerprints and dust.'
'Excellent energy consumption rating.'
'low ongoing energy consumption costs'
Too blue in dark areas and too red in bright areas and its screen showed brighter corners.
No Internet or network features.
'superb picture quality'
'Equipped with a full Wi-Fi internet browser. '
'Using Netflix requires Sony account.'
Impressive 2D and 3D picture quality.
'high quality tuner on-board'
'Skin tones were a little dull to me.'
'Less uniform screen'
'highest resolution HDTV reception'
'We were quite happy with the excellent black level and the correspondeng contrast ratio.'
'very simple yet elegant design'
'A cluster of keys at the top of the remote can command other gear that's compatible with the HDMI-CEC control-over-HDMI scheme, but the remote can't control other devices via infrared.'
'impressive 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio'
'Sony KDL-46W5100 built-in BRAVIA Internet Video feature allows you to access select on-demand entertainment available through your broadband connection.'
'the KDL-52XBR9 scored particularly high for brightness and contrast, expertly handling light, dark, and midrange areas within an image.'
'Limited color adjustments'
'exciting Internet and connectivity features'
'four versatile and user friendly HDMI slots'
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