Summary: Until OLED television sets become the standard mainstream, this will be my primary television for high definition movies and gaming. The first so-called LED TVs were local-dimming models, where the LEDs behind the screen could be dimmed or brightened in different areas to correspond to darker or...
Summary: We absolutely love this TV (have 2 of them, both 55 inch) In the living area with a lot of light, the picture is great during the day and at night at theatre time. The auto intensity adjustment just works great.
Summary: Got the XBR55HX929 and just love the screen's output. The colors are vibrant, sound is great, without any soundbar, or amplifier. I found the remote's joystick a little annoying are the up/down and left/right arrows are sunken below the surrounding buttons and you tend to hit the outside buttons...
Summary: This unit replaced a three year old 50 inch Sony XBR LCOS projection TV that I thought had an excellent picture once it warmed up; but the clarity, color purity and black detail on this set is simply astonishing, especially when viewing refernce Blue Ray discs on my Oppo 95 player.
Summary: I have been a loyal purchaser of SONY products for years and the BRAVIA XBR55HX929 has surpassed my expectations. The detail and colors make everything seem so lifelike and the 3D pops right off the screen. Highly recommend it to anyone that is willing to pay for the best.
Summary: THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST TV I HAVE EVER SEEN. The HD picture quality is amazing. The speakers are very good. I cannot say enough about the picture quality of this television. The internet TV and other apps are good.
Summary: Replaced a 55" Visio HDTV with this Sony Bravia and am very pleased with the purchase. I viewed movies from a Oppo 93 BluRay player as well as a WDTV Live media player. Each gave excellent viewing. In some cases, it appeared as though I was looking thru glass.
Summary: I love my new Bravia. It definitely isn't the cheapest set (especially when you consider that it doesn't even come with 3D glasses), but the performance is spectacular. Color and detail rendering, even in shadowy scenes, blows away my old set. The user interface is good.
Summary: After a good bit of hand-wringing over the price, I finally decided to buy the XBR65HX929. What tipped me to this decision was a visit to a local store that had every imaginable brand of 65 inch plus TV on display side-by-side with the same video.