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.
Summary: I had planned on getting a 32" tv for my bedroom, but when I did some research, it was just an $80 upgrade to a 40" tv. So I opted for the larger picture and am glad that I did. My last 40" tv was a bravia W series I got three years ago at twice the price! The picture appears the same to me on both televisions...beautiful. When I got it home and installed in the bedroom, however, I was disappointed by how hollow the sound was coming from the television.
Summary: I have to say, I really like this TV. My previous LCD was a Samsung 32" 720p - and this set blows it away in almost every aspect. I think I paid around $550 for the Samsung a little over a year ago, so I jumped at the chance to upgrade to the EX400. Pros: The ambient light sensor works terrific. - 4 HDMI inputs! Plug away my friends. - Bravia Sync feature works great with my Sony home theater system. - PS3 games have never looked better.