Best HD tv i've seen
The color quality of this model is incredible due to the innovative technology of ColorIQ and Triluminous. You won't believe the reds and greens and blues that this unit achieves. If you want the highest quality picture at a reasonable price, this is your choice.
I set this TV up yesterday and it was easy and quick. I am streaming Netflix movies through WiFi with minimum set up time.
A true powerhouse
Sony still doesn't - get it - in terms of smart features, but proves it knows exactly what it's doing in regards to picture quality. Color accuracy, motion performance, contrast - they're all superb on the W900A. And don't get me started on design, which is becoming a staple of Sony's products.
So what's there to dislike? As mentioned before, this TV's viewing angle isn't terribly wide.
Colors are richer and the gradations are smoother
The LED edge-lit KDL-55W900A wears the crown in Sony's 2013 line of HDTVs and rightfully so with its color rich TRILUMINOS display and wealth of streaming content partners. At 55 inches, this Sony is a serious contender as the cornerstone of your home theater.
I wish it were a little less expensive, but its combination of features and Picture Quality earns it our HDTV Solutions Highly Recommended rating.
Solid, not perfect, picture quality
We may be halfway through 2013, but Sony is just getting started with its TV lineup. If the W802A is any indication, this is going to be a good year for the Japanese electronics giant.
There are many things to like about the W802A: It looks good enough to make your in-laws jealous, it produces a solid picture, and has vastly improved smart features compared to last year. So is this the right TV for you? That depends on how much you're willing to spend.
Excellent treatment of standard def content
Sony's W802A proved to be a formidable TV for everyday use - particularly for viewing in daylight - providing a sharp image, a feature packed smart interface, and that telltale Sony appeal, all wrapped in a handsome frame. We enjoyed the TV for sports, gaming, and most other content. However, its difficulty with 24fps film content and the issues we experienced with its "frame dimming" feature make it feel a bit unfinished, lacking the luxury experience we expect from Sony's second in command.
Awesome TV and a nice step up from the HX820
Overall the HX850 is a superior TV to the HX820, which is saying a lot considering the HX820 was and is an amazing set. Black levels are similar to the hx820 (awesome) and picture quality has gone up. As always, Sony is king when it comes to displaying the correct colors, vibrant and colorful to say the least.
Delivers a very strong picture quality performance for an edge-lit LED/LCD TV.
The picture quality aspects of the Sony 55HX850 is certainly its best traits as we found some of the features lacking or absent. There are significant picture controls, lots to test, but ultimately the TV produces a very nice picture with most of the "extra" picture features turned off and proper calibration plugged in. The essential premium Internet Apps are covered. The speakers/audio quality is a pleasant surprise, while the menu is disappointing.
A top-notch contrast ratio and colors on this TV are very good.
When all is said and done, the 55HX850 (MSRP $2,600) proves that Sony still knows a thing or two about crafting TVs.
There are plenty of good reasons to consider checking this Sony out, chief among them the TV's picture quality. The 55HX850 has a superb contrast and great colors. This Sony's 3D experience is also great, with no noticeable image ghosting found during our testing. Did we mention that the 55HX850 is a looker, too?
Internet functionality is where this flagship stumbles.
Offered good light output, good detail, great color accuracy
The KDL-55HX850 incorporates many things we liked about the KDL-55HX750, and the addition of local dimming should improve upon the main thing we didn't: its black level. This TV also has a more stylish design and a slightly thinner form. Do these features merit a $400 price increase over the KDL-55HX750? It depends on how you plan to use the TV. If you primarily watch TV during the day or in a fairly well-lit room, then the HX850's improved black level might not matter as much.
Beautiful picture with excellent colors and the blackest blacks
The good news is that Sony' HX850 displays a uniformity of picture quality no matter the source - streaming, over-the-air HD, Blu-ray discs, and MKV-MP4 files from a USB hard drive.
One stumbling block: 3-D. It's only so-so, and it requires a pair of Sony-made glasses, as the company doesn't use one of the cross-compatible standards other manufacturers are relying on. Still, I'm not going to let the bummer 3-D experience sour me on this television.
One of the nicest looking TV sets around.
When compared to the Sony HX820, this is a superior model, which is actually saying quite a lot since that model is a truly amazing TV set. The picture quality is higher and the blacks couldn't get any blacker than they are on this one. Sony has long been considered the king of technology and it when it comes to this Sony KDL55HX850 this is so true. Sony has risen up to the challenge by providing a top-notch TV that is as close to perfect as you can get.
Picture quality is fantastic, even straight out of the box
At $2100 and $2600 (for the 46-inch and 55-inch models, respectively) the HX850 is on par with its LED competition in terms of price - it's certainly more affordable than Panasonic's WT50 - while producing a picture that can compete with plasmas like Panny's VT50. That's a rare talent.
You WILL be dazzled!!!
Take my advice and go check this model out for yourself! Just be prepared to be DAZZLED and don't be surprised if you end up signing your life away to get one! These new 4K resolution HDTV's are game changers, just like the original 720/1080p sets were. Sony's upconversion with their X-Reality PRO chip is TOP NOTCH , the build quality is great , the sound is WAY WAY above average and the color/detail is out of this world.
Solid color performance, poor contrast ratio
If you're going to purchase a TV in the R550A series, do so because you need a media-hosting device, or are particularly attuned to 3D movies. The 50R550A has plenty to tweak to make the picture better, but the bottom line is that it does not have the dynamic power to create a majestic image, and no amount of fiddling will fix that.
There are plenty of smart, 3D, lower-performance 50-inch TVs available this year and last year for less than $1000.
Impressive looking picture quality
I have had this TV for a few months now and am very pleased with it. Let my preface this by saying that I used to sell TVs for a living and I am pretty particular about picture quality. (I am particular about sound quality as well, and don't believe that any of the speakers that are built into TVs nowadays are worth a darn. I have all the TVs in my house hooked into separate audio systems, so you won't see me addressing the sound quality of this unit.)
Delivers smooth images without excessive judder.
At $900 this Sony TV is a compelling value especially if you do not care about 3D capability. It should be a very strong seller at this price. Competition comes from the LG 47LM6200 and the Samsung UN46ES6100 to name a couple which sell for $100 more.
A very average Smart TV that is not as easy to use as the better performing competition.
The Bravia KDL-40EX640 ($899 MSRP) is a low-end, 1080p Smart TV from Sony in 2012. We like that they are producing a cheaper Smart TV, hitting a niche audience that wants online features, no 3D, and a good television.
The menu system and the performance are definitely acceptable. We saw great improvements in the Smart TV interface compared to Sony's attempt at advanced features last year. The Home menu puts together everything you need in one easy-access list.
A consumer's take on upgrading to 3D, 55 in. and LED
Overall I believe the picture looks great with a couple of tweaks from the default settings. One of the first things I did was disabled the Motion Flow and Cinema Flow settings. The 240Hz frame interpolation gag that i am not a big fan of. Colors are vibrant and the image is sharp.
Since this is an LED, there is some visible light vignetting around the corners and a light leak running along the bottom of the frame. It's most noticeable while watching in a dark room.
Super natural color rendition and solid saturation levels.
So what kind of value is the KDL-55HX750 at $1899. Well, certainly better than the 46" version which costs $1499. This is a solid TV with a good, but not great picture. It's loaded with features too, some easier to use than others. There are some frustrating aspects to this TV which are hard to overlook. There are no 3D glasses included with the HX750. With other LED TVs this set competes OK on price. The LG 55LM7600 or the Samsung UN55ES6500 are pretty comparable units, though less in price.
Excellent picture quality and plenty of options for customizing the picture.
The Sony Bravia KDL-46HX750 (MSRP $1599) seems influenced by the motto "function over form." Aesthetically, it is an average looking TV, but its screen has a good contrast ratio (3386:1) and displays colors nicely. Sony's menu system also lacks a nice form, yet there is an abundance of options to choose from, giving the user plenty of control to customize the TV to his or her specifications.
In regards to the 3D experience, Sony again chooses function over form.
Offers unparalleled color accuracy for this LCD TV.
The Sony KDL46HX750 is a great TV for viewers that are used to the Sony quality of picture and the reputation of the company itself. While there are a lot of good features to this TV set it is questionable whether it is worth the price tag it has been given. If you're a diehard Sony fan, however, it will be worth the price you pay and you will end up with a high quality TV set with endless features.
Isnâ??t a bad pickup if you don't mind paying the extra cash for the 3D and Sony brand name.
The Sony Bravia KDL-46NX720 is a 3D LCD TV with a mid-range price and an entry-level performance. While it does have a good contrast ratio, it underperforms in a few key areas like color temperature and motion performance that should give the consumer pause if they're looking for a TV that will give them the performance you'd expect from a TV at its price.
Excellent black/white level and contrast.
You may have noticed that we've gone out of our way in this review to highlight the differences between the NX720 and its XBR counterpart. Here's why: The NX720 is such an outstanding television that we think it will be the better choice for many buyers. It's easier to set up, it's local dimming does a terrific job, it's slimmer, looks fantastic and, best of all, it's less expensive.
The look of the TV is stunning and is one you'll want to show off.
The KDL46NX720 offers many features of HX series models and is a step up from the EX series line. It has Gorilla Glass and the optional monolithic stand but is 240Hz as opposed to the HX series 480Hz. Competition comes from the Samsung UN46D7000 and the LG 47LW5600.
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.
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
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.
Aesthetic design appeal and clean detailed image edges.
The Sony KDL-40EX620 is a mid range Sony offering for 2011. At around $999 we believe this TV will come down in price slightly through the year. It delivers a few extra features over the econo-models such as thin depth, a complete Internet suite, 120Hz, good black levels, and great design and appearance. It has its negatives as well as discussed above. Competition is from Samsung with the UN40D6300 and the Sharp LC-40LE832U.
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