Great TV for movies but the 120MHZ is better for actions sports
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I did my research before I purchased my Sony 40 inch 60 MHz LCD TV. I personal believe that the Sony 60 MHz is the best 60 MHz LCD TV on the market. I say this because I personally have friends that have LCD and asked them what they like and dislike about their TVs before I purchased mine.
Excerpt: I've had the TV for about a month now and have loved every second of the video playback however, there are some drawbacks to the TV which is to be expected since it is not intended to be used for the high end, state of the art home theater. The video is exceptional. Utilizing the HDMI connection from my BluRay player, I am able to rediscover movies that I used to watch in standard definition. One of my concerns is the audio.
Summary: I looked for tvs prob for at least 6 months before i finally bought this one. It doesnt have a lot of the features i want but i couldnt pass up on it for 425 at the sony outlet. Well worth the money, i got it over 3 months ago and the price has actually gone up.
Summary: GOT IT FROM A MAJOR ELECTRONICS RETAILER FOR $455.00 TO REPLACE ANOTHER TV STOLEN FROM MY APARTMENT ( LONG STORY). I HAVE ALWAYS BEING SKEPTIC ABOUT SONY PRODUCTS.THIS TV IS A GOOD ONE. DO NOT TRY TO ADJUSTING PICTURE SETS MANUALLY. IT'S IMPOSIBLE. USE THE " AUTO" SETTING AND LET THE SENSORS LOCATED AT THE FRONT DO THE ADJUSTMENT AUTOMATICALLY. AUDIO IS GOOD; BUT WHO HAS A HD TV WITHOUT A GOOD AUDIO SYSTEM?. NO S-VIDEO INPUT BUT PLENTY OF HDMI AND RCA.
Definitely Worth it! However look for cheaper deals elsewhere
Hari Srinivasan, Amazon
10 March 2011
Summary: First of all, let me confess that I am not really a TV geek and this is my first LCD TV. That said, this TV blew my mind when I first installed it at home. The size is just right and the quality is amazing. I own a PS3 and the quality of the picture is just worth dying for. However, there are a couple of Caveats. 1. The sound quality, while not bad, is not great either 2. Do not buy from Amazon.
Summary: We recently purchased the Sony Bravia 40-inch TV from WalMart and so far the tv seems to have been a good purchase. Previously we had a 32-inch Samsung tv in our family room and wanted to get a larger screen. Pros: 1. Good directions and easy setup. 2. Good picture quality, especially on the HD cable channels. 3. Lightweight - easy to pick up in case you want to move the tv. 4. Remote - contrary to earlier reviews, our remote seems to work well. 5.
Summary: I purchased this TV to replace the old 37 inch Vizio I've had for a few years and I was really expecting the picture to blow the Vizio out of the water even in standard definition, but it really didn't. The picture while watching a blu-ray disc or HD programming is beautiful , but for standard signal my Panasonic EDTV has a clearer and sharper picture. It's worked perfectly so far; easy set up and the controls are user friendly.
Summary: I have this TV now for about 1 month and am so far pleased with the purchase. This TV replaced a 42" plasma EDTV. This TV went into a bedroom with a 8 foot viewing distance. I would reccommend a larger set if your distance is greater than 8 feet. When I first got the TV home I mounted it to the provided TV Stand, but then ordered on Amazon a $30 tilting wall mount for it. This TV without the stand is very lightweight.
Summary: I have been shopping around for TVs for a long time. I had a pretty strict budget, but I wanted a TV that I would not constantly be desiring to replace. After a while it came down between this and the Panasonic TC-P42S2 plasma. Since I live in pretty high elevation in Colorado Springs (over a mile high), it would be safer to go with LCD. I bought this TV for $624.04 price matching with Ultimate Electronics at Best Buy.