For its' price the TV looks very promising. It has good image quality with some (albeit not many) extra features. It definitely has it's place in your household if you are looking for a secondary tv. Buy it for your bedroom, mount in on the wall and enjoy!
Image quality - good contrast and deep black levels
The BRAVIA KDL-46NX810 is the 46" model in the upcoming NX810 series of mid-range Sony 3DTVs. Aside from the added 3D support, the models are basically identical to those in the NX800 series, featuring built-in wi-fi, widgets, and an ambient light sensor mechanism to automatically adjust brightness and contrast in response to varying light conditions.
Built-in wireless capability
With local dimming and a 240Hz frame rate, this edge-lit LED KDL-55NX810 produces an impressive 55" 2D picture. I'm not as enchanted with its 3D PQ. But Sony has loaded this BRAVIA with an abundance of features like built-in wireless capability and a passel of Internet content providers which makes it a good candidate for the centerpiece of a home media system.
Stunning picture quality and impressive video processing.
The NX810 delivers an outstanding picture with incredible brightness, contrast, color and black levels. The superior video processors it employs really help to separate it from budget sets and the result is apparent the first time and every time you see it. If that isn't enough, the NX810 is loaded with a wealth of internet video content and includes a built-in Wi-Fi adapter to help you get at it.
Very sleek, stylish design
The Sony KDL-55NX810 is a 55-inch LED 3D TV that has some really great features and backs it up with some solid performance too. Built-in Wi-Fi and Internet video capabilities all come without requiring you to shell out too much because Sony makes this TV well worth the money.
Brilliant 2D quality and convincing 3D performance.
A solid construction, stylish form factor, and a slim 30mm depth. That's what you get with the BRAVIA NX810. Cosmetically, the TV oozes more class on its Bunchin stand rather than the table-stand alternative. Both stands have their merits - you receive an audio boost with the Bunchin while your TV gets to swivel with the table-top. Whichever is preferable, the good thing is tha you get both of them bundled locally.
Equipped with a very accessible Internet experience.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 HDTV has basically all the features that make LED TVs nice combined with a powerful 3D technology. It originally sold for $2,800 but the price has gone down significantly as Sony rolls out newer models.
Great 3D performance with very little cross-talk and ghosting visible.
This Sony BRAVIA KDL-46NX810 is a very impressive LED 3D TV from Sony that features excellent 2D and 3D performance and provides good value for money with accurate colors, plasma like black levels, and good backlight uniformity. For 3D enthusiasts, the downside is that they will have to spend extra on a 3D sync emitter and 3D active shutter glasses but the good news is that this is one of the best LED 3D TVs currently available and has less cross-talk and ghosting issues compared to some of...
Top-class movement compensation
The Sony BRAVIA XBR-52HX909 is a high-end, 52", 3D HDTV to be released in July 2010. Prohibitively expensive for many at $4000, the unit's key feature, aside from its 3D capability, is full-array local LED dimming, which allows parts of the backlight to shut off independently, producing higher black levels.
Impressive 2D and 3D picture quality.
With the BRAVIA XBR-52HX909, Sony has packaged all of the high-end technologies, dynamic full array LED backlighting, a 240Hz frame rate, 3D capability and Internet connectivity, into an LCD TV that produces impressive 2D and 3D picture quality.
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