Summary: We bought this for a downstairs rec room----love that it is internet ready---and selected it because we have had very good luck with Sony Tv's for 30 years----It doesn't get used as much as our 'upstairs' Sony but it is a very nice TV----3D ready (but we haven't used it in that mode ) I don't know how you could go wrong with a Sony-----and we have nothing bad to say about this one.
Summary: I've had the KDL60EX720 since August of 2011. I am a fairly heavy TV watcher, and it has been totally trouble free. The sound isn't anything great, but I have mine hooked up to a 5.1 system, and there are lots of good options for fantastic sound out there. I would suggest you upgrade your sound system if great sound is important to you. I love this television!
Summary: I can not believe that this TV burned out on me! This is my 2nd Sony TV that burned out and displaying either a white like the last Sony that I bought and now a recent purchase of this Bravia KDL60EX720. All the reviews were positive when I bought it too; CNET even scored good ratings on this version TV.
Summary: Minus 10 stars if I could. I got this TV from Sony in June 2012 as a 15% off replacement deal for another defective Sony DLP 60" XBR TV. They were not offering extended warranties at the time. This unit failed with a fat vertical line down the middle splitting the image in half and other distortions after only 17 months.
Summary: Most of the reviews here are for other Sony TVs. I would like to see only reviews for THIS PRODUCT - the KDL60EX720 SIXTY INCH TV. I do not care about the 32", 46", or any other sizes with "similar specs". Since I MUST give a rating, I've given it 3 stars since that shouldn't skew the ratings much either way but I do not have this TV and probably never will since the reviews are so screwed up.
Summary: First I want to say you get what you pay for, and Sony products for the most part are the best. I bought this TV on ratings and for what it does. The 3D features for one is second to none. The Bravia makes it easy to setup with your Sony BDP-S590 3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Wi-Fi, plus your Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Glasses. These are sold separate, but they work perfectly with your TV. They shipped the TV freight class with curb service.
Summary: I didn't think I would ever replace the sony that I had. This was like buying the exact same TV except it is an LED with 3D. The 3D works great when coupled with my OPPO Bluray player. The TV is quiet and there is really no warm up time. I can't speak for the sound as I have everything run through a Denon receiver with Bose surround. It is an excellent TV for the size. I think it will take a huge leap in the evolution of television before I replace this.
Summary: Product broke within 1st 90 days (solid vertical red line). Warranty service could not replace due to lack of parts, so they offered a refurbished TV. I refused and requested a new TV. Sony Warranty told me that they no longer manufactured this model, and offered a 55" replacement (worth $500+ less than I paid for the new 60" model).
Summary: I received my KDL-60EX720 through the Sony exchange program when my KDS-60A200 began to show a green haze due to an optical block problem. The HDTV picture was great (including in Bluray 3D) and it was feature-rich. Netflix & Amazon Prime integration was smooth. Network integration to access shared Music and Photos were Ok but menu was terrible. Audio quality is Ok but not tweeny. The remote is not desirable, keys were too bunched-up.