Summary: This review is for the Sony 55HX820. I have had this television for several weeks now. If you're reading this, you probably already know that this edge-lit LED television sits between the top of the line XBR929 (a full array LED) and the NX720 and the HX729 in Sony's 2011 television lineup.
Summary: While I won't get so technical like many of the reviewers here, let me say I am very pleased with this Sony product. It replaced a still-working-fine Sony Bravia 52XBR4. I purchased the KDL55HX820 because of the thinness and the updated features (compared to my Bravia).
Summary: We had an almost new Vizio go bad and after Amazon took it back, we decided to purchase this SONY HDTV. The features are amazing and I couldn't ask for a more beautiful picture right out of the box! Did not need to "tweak" anything.
Summary: I bought this TV with a lot of anticipation. After comparing it to the Samsung 8000, the Panasonic plasmas, and the LG LW series, it stood out as the best for watching movies, if movies aren't your thing, a Samsung is probably a better buy, and yet comes with the free 3D glasses as well, whereas you...
Summary: This set is very nice looking and has many features included that make it worth the price. If you can find it on sale, it is an excellent value. The picture is crisp and clear, the 3D is amazing and I like the fact that I don't need the sync bar (which was required with the HX700 we had previously).