Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-40GT1
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No cord included
Johnnie Williams, Amazon
28 August 2013
Summary: I bought this product from the seller. I was really nervous because when the package arrived there was no cord included in the box. Who sells a tv with no power cord? Luckly the TV worked great, but it would have been nice if the cord was included.
Summary: MAJOR FLAW...there's no VGA input. All other Sony models have VGA. Sony really missed the boat on this one, otherwise, this would have been a "keeper". PROs: 1. The picture is phenomenal. It's big and crystal clear, almost what you expect a Sony to be. I refuse to pay for cable so I got a coat hanger TV antenna and it works perfectly with a pre-amp (google COAT HANGER ANTENNA on YouTube). Gets CBS, NBC, PBS and several UHF (Fox, ION, CW, WB) but does not get ABC. 2.
Pros: Exceptionally sharp image on HD content. Access to cracker provides a stream of free movies. Vast improvment over our 14yr old CRT. Does more than we expected our tv to.
Cons: The setup is designed to be user-friendly, but there are a few rough spots to smooth over. The wireless internet setup was pretty difficult- neither the wizard nor the manual notify you what the access parameters on your router need to be set to for every
Summary: I recently purchased this for my Son to replace an old Sony Hi-def CRT TV. My Son is an avid XBOX 360 gamer, so I figured, no problem, this is basically a computer within a TV, so it should be fast enough to meet my Son's needs, plus it is such a cool looking TV and he was enamored with it's appearance (he is very particular). He and I were both excited and we quickly set it up and he started playing. That's when the trouble started.