Summary: I have to admit that this KDL46NX810 BRAVIA served its purpose mighty fine as a monitor for my family's home business as we displayed work to clients and handled editing in Adobe Premier and Encore. The pixel image and clarity was magnificent. It was very customize-able to suit anyone's visual needs. We bought it January 28, 2011 under a great 48 month interest free financing program.
Summary: Overall I'm very satisfied w/the Sony NX 810. I really didn't care whether I had the 3D or not but the Sony's 3D TVs seemed to have a slightly better picture than the non-3Ds. I was extremely worried about 2 things; 1)glare, as I have two walls of windows in my family room and 2)sound quality. As far as the glare, it's ok..... better than my old CRT. I was worried that the NX with it's hard glassy front would have alot more glare than the HX800. But all is well....
Summary: Superb picture quality, a lot of hdmi hook ups,excellent favorite menu. Easy set up for Netflix and other internet services. Works well in bright room with its glossy screen. The Bravia sync in fantastic, we have 3 Sony components automatically linked to the tv remote. Cons: Very poor quality speakers! Need surround sound or other speakers. Why is there an other power button on the back of the remote?
Summary: Picture quality is very good, hook-up was easy. Sound quality is poor, it has a tinny sound. I had to run the audio through my external sound system. While this solved my problem, there is no reason for the sound quality of an expensive Sony product to be so poor. Other than that I am very pleased with the set.
Summary: We've had this TV for a month now. We love it except for the sound quality. That's why I'm not giving a five star rating. Eventually, we bought a Bose sound system and always mute the TV. I guess it is hard to have good sound quality when the machine is so thin. We use it to watch netflix and youtube. But mainly, we use it to watch directv. It is a little disappointing to find that a lot of the programs we watch are not in HD.
Summary: I bought this TV for Christmas for my wife (and myself). It is absolutely outstanding. The only issue I had was the set up. If you are buying this TV for the purpose of occassionaly watching 3D programming make sure the 3D sync transmitter's 3 lines are directly facing where the viewing audience will be. If the transmitter is off by more that 20 degrees it will cause the glasses to malfunction.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I'm a big Sony fan, and that this is my 7th Sony TV. I have always liked the picture and quality of the Sony TV products. Prior to purchasing this TV, the KDL-46NX810, I bought a KDL-40NX700 last summer, and I love it! Now for this TV.... The style is fantastic! The monolithic design (full glass panel) not only protects the screen, but gives the set a gorgeous, sleek and clean appearance. The TV is incredibly thin, and is an engineering marvel!
Summary: I purchased this Sony Bravia TV recently. It is beautiful and the picture is great but there is a quirk. If you use this TV with an antenna (many people in Pheonix do), you can get a clicking sound every 10-30 minutes when it is turned off. It sounds like the TV is turning on, but it's not. It's really annoying. After lots of internet searching, I found three things that fixed this problem. 1) If your TV is on a surge protector, plug it into the wall instead.