Summary: Beautiful to look at and with excellent picture quality – making it beautiful to watch as well – the Sony Bravia KDL 46NX703 is an absolute gem of a HD TV. The network capabilities make it very flexible in terms of content delivery too and while the audio may not be as good as I’d have liked, this is a TV sure to be as monolithic in its popularity as it is in the design stakes.
Excerpt: The Sony Bravia KDL-46NX703 makes a big impact right out of the box, with its slender profile thanks to edge LED lighting and Sony's single-layer 'Monolithic' fascia. Our test sample was finished in a striking white, too.
Pros: Elegant design, Excellent pictures, Good features
Cons: Average sonics, Slight backlight inconsistency
Excerpt: The Sony Bravia KDL 46NX703 sits within Sony’s Network range of new Bravia HD TVs and is suitably equipped with a wide range of connection options including integrated Wi-Fi support, a big improvement over the optional (at extra cost) Wi-Fi dongle of yore. Other connections include four HDMI ports, two on the rear and two on the side. There’s a D-Sub PC jack, Ethernet port, USB socket an RGB Scart connection and both Composite video and RF inputs.
Pros: Good connectivity, excellent HD picture quality, slim “Monolithic” design
Cons: Seems expensive, audio quality, no 3D and already supplanted by 713 update model