Summary: With our wedding anniversary coming up in January, my wife and I have a tradition of purchasing some new piece of technology to help celebrate it. This year we decided to replace our 10-year-old Sony 34" tube-type TV with this sleek wonder of technology.
Summary: I recently (Aug 2010) had to replace by Sony Bravia 52" W-series due to unfortunate circumstances. Initially, I purchased a Z-series as the replacement, but they were water damaged, so the company offered me an upgrade to the NX800 52". This is a great TV.
Summary: Folks, first off, PLEASE be aware that if you purchase this TV from a third party here on Amazon, you will not be able to return it as others have stated - so again, if you can't purchase directly from "Sold by Amazon", then you're hosed if you get a defective TV - if you purchase from "FlyingMoth"...
Summary: I've purchased this TV around end of March (manufactured date January 2010). Noticed a unusual distribution of back lighting in the form of vertical lines. Two in the lower quarter portion of the screen and one in the center top portion of the screen.
Crystal clear, great color, sharpest picture i've seen yet
Joe Jr., Amazon
8 June 2010
Summary: I've had this TV for almost a year now, so I think I can give a pretty thorough review. The thing I like best about this TV is the color. Extremely vibrant, and bright. Animation, especially Disney Pixar films look AMAZING on this.
Summary: I have bought a Sony NX800 a couple of weeks ago and I felt the need to inform potential buyers of a substantial problem in this model: you are very likely to hear creaks for around 30'-60' after turning the TV on and after turning it off.
Summary: I've had this TV for about two months and it is fabulous in all ways. I researched Sony, Samsung, LG and others for several months in stores and on the web and decided the NX800 was the one. I have not been disappointed.
Summary: I owned a Sony Bravia XBR 52 inch TV less than one year (about 11 months) when I began noticing horizontal lines and shadowing; both would come and go. I assumed it was related to the cable provider, cable box, signal, etc. I called Sony and was put on eternal hold.
Summary: Ok, I've been through 5 (yes five) TV's in the past 3 weeks since our original Sony rear projection died. We originally purchased a Sony EX700 series TV to replace the dead TV, however due to extremely poor viewing angles we returned it.
Summary: I have had this tv for nearly 2 years, so I feel that I have tested it well enough now. PROS: Amazing Picture - This set has an amazing picture that is hard to beat in this price range. For an LED tv, it can achieve fairly strong blacks while still maintaining vibrant colors.