Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-40GT1
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Good tv for the price, expect input lag on HDMI inputs.
2 February 2012
Summary: The Sony NSX40GT1 is an excellent tv for the price that I paid (around $600.00). The picture is beautiful and the apps are awesome. I love the "built in" Netflix and there are apps that allow me to watch videos and listen to music from my Windows file shares (a huge plus for me). I am very dissappointed in the input selection, however. It has four USB, four HDMI, RF, and one component input.
Summary: I love this TV. I recommend calling the Sony helpline. Have them walk you through all the steps when setting up. Make sure your cable and wifi is properly set up before setting up this TV. If you can, buy a really long ethernet cable. This will help just incase the TV does not pick up the wifi signal.
Summary: The TV is excellent but I have experienced a couple of problems with the Google Android functions. Sony have been very responsive in providing support but they have advised me that the Browser does not currently support PDF files. Some App's don't work on this Android implementation also.
Impressive TV, but read the reviews so you know what you're in for!
1 December 2011
Summary: This TV is used in our bedroom. I got this TV in September for my wife, to replace our old 22" tube TV. I waited a couple months for us to use the TV before writing this review. We are in our early 50's. Pros: Even when it's off, this TV looks great - very sleek and clean, back side is white. All printed documentation that comes with the unit is in English only. No multi-language excess garbage.
Summary: I just got it and a week later on Nov3rd it upgraded to Android 3.1. Everything changed now so whoever got it earlier will have a different experience. Its mcuh better then a "dumb" TV alot more things to play with sort of like an Ipad or a Droid phone and the video quality is really good. Very detailed video adjustments with black correction macro and color correction macro and color temp etc. It gets very sharp.
Summary: Got this TV on about 9/30. Delivery was on time and it arrived in good shape, no nicks or dents. Set up was fairly straight forward though I had to call the support for assistance with the IR s for the remote. The support person knew exactly what to do and that part was done efficiently and quickly. The Tv is very good, not great. I think that my expectation of other Sony TVs is what did it. I have played with and continue to try different calibration settings.
Summary: bought it online. received it in a week. opened it and connected to Internet with built in wireless. worked immediately. if you plan to use it with your family or friends, create a new google account for the tv. had the tv for a month and still happy with it. media server streaming - a good feature if you have win 7 homegroup set up. can't wait to see android market upgrade.
Summary: Update*** So after the price drop 6+ months ago and right when they did the first update to 3.1 I decided to buy the 32". It made a huge difference in the TV's responsiveness and overall usability. I have no problem populating the program guide, Netflix works like a champ, as well as YouTube. Those are my primary uses for the TV.. The one problem I seem to be having now though is streaming movies from my PC.
Summary: Pros: -Decent picture -lots of stuff built in -nice qwerty remote that feels good in the hands and is easy to type with -netflix and pandora built in -updates frequently through google -works most of the time -decent sound quality from the built in speakers for an led tv IMHO--nice for Pandora -decent interfacing with cable boxes and dvr's Cons: -thick and heavy compared to other LED tv's due to computer components inside I assume, almost plasma like -frequent updates...
Summary: I wanted a TV for gaming and video-on-demand (particularly Amazon). I haven't had cable TV in years and get all my media from the internet, so the idea of having a non-internet-connected TV seemed ludicrous. When I began researching TVs I was astonished to find there are basically no televisions that have WiFi and full internet connectivity. And even the XBox 360 I'm buying is crippled by Microsoft so that web browsing is difficult or impossible.