happy with my purchase and thinking it would entertain my ...
Coffee Lover, Amazon
29 April 2014
Summary: I bought my Sony Bravo in 2005, happy with my purchase and thinking it would entertain my children and I for years to come. I paid $2400.00 for it – a huge expense for me but I thought it was a good investment at the time. In January of 2013, my TV developed the now infamous “blue blob”.
Summary: We purchased this TV and it is not even a year old and no longer works, customer service is terrible because your dealing with someone from Canada. We have been trying for 2 days on hold for hours to get this resolved.
Summary: I have had this TV for over a year now and have started to see some issues. Every now and then I have started to see issues with sound. Either it won't go up and suddenly it is at max. Sound button sort of hangs. Apart of this I have not seen any issues with this TV.
Summary: The Sony Bravia itself was fine, however....We bought this TV in Nov. 2010. In mid February 2011 the TV stopped working. After calling Sony they lined us up w/a repair service as the TV was still under warranty.
Summary: Nice TV. I like the Sony Menu. Picture is nice. One stupid thing I thought was that despite being an internet TV it doesn't include the wireless adapter by default. You have to buy it, or use the cable to connect it to the interent.
Summary: Bought the KDL46ex701 because it comes with the internet adapter and also a 3 year warrenty..Picture is outstanding as you move to the side angle it seems to lose some color depth...but the other lcd/led also have the same situation..
Summary: When I bought this TV I also purchased a Sony BDP-N460 Network Blu-ray Disc Player with Content Streaming. The only trouble I have had is that occasionally when I power the TV and the Blu-ray I have to select the HDMI input a couple of times before it figures out that the player is there.