Sony BRAVIA KDL55EX620 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV, Black
R. Walker, Amazon
7 January 2014
Summary: We're very pleased with this Sony HDTV. The picture is so sharp and clear, compared to the Samsung HDTV it replaced (which died and had to be repaired less than a year after we bought it). We learned a valuable lesson, stick with the best.... Sony!
Summary: Had it for a year or so and this tv definitely delivers. It has excellent image quality, decent sound, settings that can adjust to your personal preferences and good integration with hdmi devices. My only complaint is when you turn on the tv, it takes a few seconds to be able to change inputs and other settings, but nothing unbearable. Highly recommended.
Summary: being a former huge Sony fan - I was happy to buy this TV. It worked great for about 2 years and then the picture died. Just turned itself off in the middle of watching TV. Then Sony tells me there is a 1 year warranty on this and there is nothing they can do about it - except - get the TV repaired - which I have to pay for. Outrageous. I will never buy another SONY again. Not for poor build quality and crappy service.
Summary: I purchased this television based primarily on the multiple reviews I was able to find, and, by comparing to other options. There seem to be areas of less-than-stellar-performance on all televisions in any like price range, and, this one is no exception. All in all, I have to say that this television rocks! The picture is bright, crisp, and, clean...the remote and on-screen menus are easy to navigate..
Summary: Sony has solved the typical flat screen audio problems with their KDL40EX620 model. We bought another 40" flat screen TV a couple of weeks ago and had to return it because of the very poor sound quality. After a lot of internet research I came across this Sony model that indicated they had improved the audio. They were not exagerating! The sound quality is crisp, clear and great in every way. If you are shopping for a 40" flat screen TV be sure and check this one out!
Summary: Picture quality is excellent, but I have had a few issues with garbled/distorted sound & with sound and picture (lip movement and voice) not in sync. This has happened 2-3 times in the last month, and seems to only happen when watching streaming video from the internet. Cycling the power resolves the issues. Hopefully Sony is working on a patch..... Main reason for selecting this model was that it would fit into the space available.
Summary: The Sony Bravia KDLEX640 is exactly what we wanted for our small living room. The digital channels available (such as 10.1) provide a stunning picture that looks almost 3-D. Watching golf or tennis, the 120 Hz refresh rate provides crisp detailed views of fast moving objects . The dozen or more input ports provide for many types of auxiliary devices. We have a DVD player, a VCR tape deck and a Roku working on ours.
Summary: I have been a faithful fan to the line of Sony Bravia TV's for a while. This will make my third Bravia, but my first LED. The other two(55" & 47") are an LCD. I did have the requirement of a motion processor (120HZ) in all TVs. It is a must for me. I like my action movies, gaming & sports. This is my first week with the 40" LED. Picture quality? I am not sure yet. Right now my LCD TVs produce a nicer picture. Factory settings on the new LED seem to make the picture dark.
Summary: I am so happy with the 40ex620 that we bought this week! Picture is great, hookup easy, handles all new and old "add-ons". Sony Store matched the best price we found and we walked out with the TV right then! We also have an appointment for a one hr free tutorial at the store on all the different features that the TV has. My DVD player and old video machine both work great. Still want to find a new video/dvd recorder combo (to copy old home videos to DVDs) ..