Summary: Bought to replace my 42" Toshiba that died. The Toshiba had a feature-TV Guide On Screen- that I loved. Sony was the only mfg that had that option. TV was great, great picture, didn't try connecting to the internet since I did not have a need to. The main reason I purchased this TV was for the TV guide onscreen since I receive over the air signals. Sony's version of the TVGOS only allowed a 24 hour preview vs Toshiba's 7 days.
Summary: Died after 20 months. This was a replacement for a another Bravia that died at 18 months. Not very good lifespan for a pricey item. Update: Sony did surprise me and paid 25% of the $400 bill to fix it. Not much but it was something.
Summary: I've had this TV for a year now. The picture on HD programs is great; not so great on SD. Fortunately, most programs that I watch are in HD format. Was disappointed in the sound from the TV's speakers, but mine is now hooked up to a Bose sound system so it's not a problem. I don't think any company has perfected the sound on these TV's. If I had it to do over, I'd buy the same TV again.
Summary: I have owned this TV for a month now. I love everything about the TV. For five months, I searched for a replacement for my 12-year old Sony Triniton that still works like magic. I visited many electronics stores and compared the items physically. Here are what I like about the TV: -Monolithic design. There TV is covered with a glass [as in a plasma tv]. This reduces glare associated with other LED tvs. The glass looks tinted dark, just a little.
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.
Summary: I am in love with this TV, make sure to find contrast settings help from forums, also make sure to use the scene categories, it makes a world of a difference in sports vs movies and gaming. Bought this primarily for COD MW3 and it was the best purchase, plays and looks awesome.
Summary: overall experience with the TV is pretty good. I like the thinner profile hanging on my wall and the updated interface is a big improvement. picture is a little washed out no matter how I try to tweak it. previously had a 3/4-year old 40" XBR which had a little bit better picture...I gave it to my mother because I wanted a bigger screen. the glossy screen is nice but gets lots of glare from room lights at night. the remote is awful.
Summary: I have had the KDL46NX700 for about 6 months now and I do have to say that this is a very nice set! I will start off with what I like about the TV and move on the few cons I have found. I love the monolithic design of this TV... it really does look stunning on or off. The internet streaming capabilities are very cool.
Great for HD Broadcasts/Not so Good for other stuff
madtsr "madtsr", Amazon
30 June 2011
Summary: Overall, a good deal for the price. It is super thin (total width, not including the base is 2 inches). Super-easy set-up for base mount (didn't do the wall mount). The quality of pictures depends on whether you are watching something in HD or not. Some channels listed as HD show SOME programs in HD, but not all.
Summary: Its been almost 2 months since we bought our 46 inch NX 700. Its a very good TV with amazing features and amazing picture quality. Internet connection is fast, File Sharing between PC and TV is amazingly fast. Picture and sound quality is above competition. Was thinking about whether to buy Samsung or Sony, no doubt Samsung also makes good TV but Sony makes it better.