Summary: Been using it for quite some years now. Pictures are crystal clear, 3D is good. Web TVs function great. WiFi enabled upgrades and etc. For the price, it was a steal. I believe this thing is still going for $1,100+, while I got it for $1000 flat, no tax, no shipping 2+ years ago.
Summary: Super Clear , no noticeable jitter when there's a lot motion in the picture. Gorilla Glass is easy to keep clean. Glare could be an issue , but dealt with it through angling the TV. Viewing angle is perfect , if you can see the front of the TV the picture is perfectly clear , so viewing angle is as close to 180 degrees as you can get. Only gave it 4 stars due to the "Smart TV " add-ons , that appear to be 1/2 baked, understandably as this is a 2011 model . 1.
Summary: Bought this model as a replacement for our other Bravia when we had a bunch of electronics fried when lightning struck our house. We loved the first model and love this model even more. Great product, beautiful picture and sleek, thin design. Would highly recommend Bravias to anyone.
Summary: Sony model KDL46NX720 is absolute garbage. I purchased this TV brand new in April of 2012 and the TV started shutting off randomly about 6 months later. The TV was barely used and continued shutting down randomly for another 6 months until it completely died at 1 yr & 1 Month. I contacted Sony for a repair and the TV was 1 month out of warranty. I paid $120 to have the TV sent to Sony and tested.
It was good while it worked - died after 15 months
Matt P, Amazon
25 July 2013
Summary: This was a good TV for the features versus price but unfortunately it died after 15 months and Sony declined to assist with repair as it was just out of warranty. Apparently the failure is with the panel itself and I'm being quoted $1200 for just the panel so I'll be looking at non-Sony products for its replacement. I had been hoping to stay with Sony as all of my other audio/video components are Sony but that is not to be.
Summary: I purchased this television about 9 months ago and it is everything it is advertised as. My first flatscreen was a Polaroid that I did not do my research on. That television died one month after the warranty expired. After doing some research I found that it was a common issue. So with this purchase I did real research and found this product was everything I wanted and needed.
UPDATE! Repaired issue returned/// I love the TV and all of its options but had to get it repaired after a couple months
3 December 2012
Summary: See bottom for update. Original review: The power inverter in my TV was making an audible buzzing sound intermittently so I contacted Sony. They sent me a "refurbished" TV that was scratched, warped, and plain dirty. I had to send that back and they sent someone to my house to repair my original TV about a month later. Customer support from all electronic companies stinks, so I'm just happy I got mine fixed at no cost to me.
Summary: This is probably the 3rd big screen TV I have owned along with several smaller 32-40 inch TVs. The picture on this one is awesome It really makes all movie no matter their quality look their best. The Visio I have in my room does allow for more formats on my hard drive to play, but that can be fixed by converting the movie to the agreeable format.
Summary: I purchased this TV as a Christmas present for the family, so i didn't mind much the expensive TV since it's a SONY, because all the electronics that I have purchased are Sony, and they are great.. But this TV is really something! The main problem with this 3D LED TV is that you cannot watch 3D with it. The crosstalk is just too strong at the top 1/3rd of the screen that will make watching 3D bluray movies or playing 3D games impossible.