Sony has lost all Quality control - 4 blinks = waste of all your money - plus $80 insult to have repair tell you its dead.
G. Ryan, Amazon
10 July 2014
Summary: Per other comments DO NOT BUY a Sony Bravia. This is the SECOND time this has happened to me - i know, why did I buy another? I bought the 2nd one while the first was still working. Then the 1st one died.
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: We bought this to replace a Samsung TV Smart TV that was about 3 years older. We would have stuck with Samsung, had the comparable model not been so much more expensive. This TV has great picture, but the app system could be better.
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: There are repeating issues with Netflix streaming (all discussed here [...] or [...] On my laptop the streaming of the same movies has no issues, and I don't see an effort from SONY to fix it (its has been more than ~4 month now).
Summary: Was just doing my semi-occasional check of the avs forums owners thread for the nx720 (this tv has one of the best communities ever) and saw someone mention checking the Amazon reviews. I must say it is very distressing to see the proliferation of one-star reviews as the result of dead sets.
Summary: I purchased the Sony KDL46NX720 because I expected quality and long life from Sony from past experience. The KDL46NX720 was fine for roughly a year and half but started having glitches such as settings changing. It died by turning itself off, then back on.
Summary: This was a good TV unfortunately it died after 24 months and Sony declined to assist with repair as it was just out of warranty. Apparently the failure is with the panel and being quoted $1200 for just the panel so I'll be looking at non-Sony products for its replacement.