Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-46GT1
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Worth the price
Louis C., Newegg
1 December 2011
Summary: I have a Onkyo TX609, all high end Polk surround sound, PS3, AT+T cable, and Sony 400 DVD changer all connected, with only 1 HDMI cable from the reciever to the TV using the ARC technologies, and it works seamlessly perfect. ONE remote to control is great, one power on, one power off.
Pros: I own 2 of these TV's, bought one at Best buy for $600 a few months ago, and one from Newegg last week during cyber Monday sales for $700 since for the money, it is the best LED-LCD TV for $600-$700 with its capabilities. Streaming services work fine with the most current android update, the orig...
Cons: 1080p/2k upscale lags, 60hz is not fast enough, but at 1080p it looks great. Noticeable lag on video game console.
Summary: - I didn't notice any display latency with the device. - Google should be releasing the honeycomb update for this in the next few weeks, which should significantly increase it's functionality.
Pros: - Very capable browser, will make your android phone look like a dinosaur - Interface is easily controlled with the dpad. - Nice and low black levels, cant even tell it's on when the screen is black other than the power indicator.
Cons: - Lack of analog inputs. The details page says it has 1 component input, and 1 composite AV input, but they are actually shared. It's one or the other.
Summary: I bought this TV for one purpose: streaming videos from my computer with UPnP or DLNA. I did not buy this for web browsing or looking for factitious 3D effects; I would've bought a TV with the right features.
Summary: The other reviewer complained about the 60Hertz. This is not something to rate it poorly on.. it's clearly written in the specifications and they should of known this before they bought it if it was such a concern. This TV works great!
Pros: -Great features (Google TV!) -"What's on" interactive menu -Full QWERTY keyboard on remote, easy to get a hand of -Everything that the TV advertises for in the specifications... really. -Enough Inputs -Vivid display
Cons: -Google TV doesn't update often, but honestly nothing to knock an egg off for as it's not really the TV's/Sony's fault. -A bit pricey I guess, but it wasn't really an issue.
Summary: ---- Since my initial review, the APP Market has just arrived, and price has decreased making this a better deal. I have updated my rating to a 4, rather then my initial 2 1/2 or 3. I first loved the remote, now I only like the remote.
Summary: The tv has great picture and easy set-up. However, I am disappointed in the sound. To really enjoy this tv I think I am going to purchase a surround system to make up the lack sound on the tv.
Summary: This TV is beautiful, sleek, and works like a dream. Set up took a solid hour (an initial update taking the bulk of the time) and it takes some getting used to if you've never had a smart TV before. It's a product for the hungry though..
Summary: This TV has met all my expectations of picture & sound quality. I am very happy with the product, especially the cost to quality value ratio. The one improvement that would helpful would be a better functioning remote. It is somewhat difficult to use, especially the google TV functions.
Summary: pro: large screen images on it were crisp and sharp. connects to wifi easily and was easy to setup the control was very easy to use. was able to stream my movies and music from my laptop through a certain program and worked great sound quality was decent for a tv cons: had trouble hooking up my sony...
Summary: I love this TV. My only issue with it is the remote. Dont get me wrong, it works well, I just wish that it was backlit. Also, I dont like the lil button used to move the cursor. My way around this was to use an android app (Google TV Remote). All other features work very well.