Excerpt: The flagship of Sony’s 2011 HDTV line, the Bravia XBR-46X929 , will probably sail into the end-of-life sunset at the end of this year. That’s actually a good thing, because you might be able to score one at a price that more accurately reflects its size and capabilities.
Pros: Some of the best color and deepest blacks you’ll find in any modern LCD. Tons of streaming media options, plus built-in Wi-Fi to deliver them. Supports 1080p/24 video sources.
Cons: Priced like a 46-inch TV from 2008. No 3-D glasses included, though maybe that’s for the best. Slightly muffled-sounding audio. Overcrowded and unintuitive remote.
Excerpt: Packed with features, Sony’s latest top-line Bravia XBR 3DTVs are very well equipped (they currently offer two sizes in the HX929 series, a 55-incher and the 46-inch model tested here, with a third 65-inch version due to arrive in stores around Labor Day) and all three models provide 3D playback and...