Summary: This TV worked fine for the 2 years we used it (only live here 8 months out of the year). Then it died, dead, black screen. Found out that Sony outsources it's Bravia line to a company in Mexico that makes the TV. It cost me $1078, the biggest rip I have ever experienced. The local repair person could not fix it, I will take to Sony, but doubt it will be worth it. Don't buy this product, or any Sony product. They are not made by Sony any longer.
Summary: This 46 inch television has been another great Sony product purchase. We have not had any negative issues with it. The picture is consistently sharp and the color hues are vivid and natural. Menu navigation is not difficult, even for a non-techie. I am pleased that I found it on Amazon.com and for their prompt, safe shipping.
Summary: Have been a Sony T.V user since 1980 known for to last for years . Purchased this T.V three years back and grey lines began to appear diagonally on the screen with repair services said the LED screen display had gone bad and it would cost a $1000 to fix . Had to attach extra speakers for poor sound quality . Recommend not to buy this product and very disappointed with this type of quality . Expected a great deal out of it .
Summary: My Sony Bravia lasted 18 months before it started blacking out and needed to be turned off and back on in order to reset the picture. Sony 'offered' to replace their faulty TV with a 'refurbished' model for $600 + tax. I don't think so - try other brands - you won't get much sympathy from 'Sony customer support'. Disappointed that I paid $1200 and only got 18 months of use out of it - in fact, I'm still paying on it for another 6 months.
Sony 46ex620 LED edge lit TV. Excellent DLNA network features
1 March 2012
Summary: I was trying to decide between this and a 55" BX520 that was on sale for the same price. I generally tend to prefer larger screens, but ended up selecting this TV. I was initially reluctant to pick this up since the only thing it seemed to offer was the thin bezel and frame and DLNA support. I already had a sony blu ray player that could do Netflix and Amazon and all other online video playback.
Summary: Fantastic television set for this price range. Absolutely perfect if your main uses include enjoying Playstation 3 games and Blu-ray movies (I do not use this set for anything else, so I cannot comment on its performance concerning other realms of entertainment). I have but one important, easily rectifiable issue to note: At first I was unhappy with the dismal contrast (the letter-box bars were noticeably bright on every movie).
Summary: Did pick this one up at Costco before the holidays. Our model number is Bravia KDL46EX621 (not 620), but even though there are a few minor differences listed on Sony's web site (PiP functionality), I truly think the TV out of the box is the same as the 620 (since the the PiP works just as on the 620). My guess is that the 621 was branded specifically for the likes of Costco and Walmart.
Summary: I absolutely love this TV. The picture couldn't be better. And I didn't experience any of the audible issues as others did with the built-in speakers. I love everything about this TV: it's really thin, doesn't run hot, has great picture, and very easy to use. The ONLY cons I could come up with are that the power cord doesn't detach like other models making it easier to hook up in some cases, and I think the stand feels a little shaky.