My Sony Bravia has incredible color & clarity from all angles.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Because of the digital conversion coming up we decided to but a new, flat screen television. We opted for a Sony Bravia, 52" set up. WOW! The clarity, color and depth at the showroom were amazing. While there are an incredible array of choices, this model had all the features we wanted. Seeing this one next to all the other brands convinced us it had the best picture of all.
Excerpt: This has been a great tv. Haven't had any trouble with it at all. Bought it for Christmas 2008. Great picture, went from a 27" so it is like being in a theatre. Never have had any trouble with it being blurry.
Excerpt: I recently purchased Sony's 52W3000, a 52 inch LCD TV that has impressed me every day since purchase. The picture is so amazingly clear and crisp I can hardly believe a consumer can get such high quality in their own living room. The 52W comes with plenty of inputs to ensure all of your components (i.e. DVD player, VCR, Gaming System, Digital, Satellite and/or Cable box) have a home. The TV comes with an easy to understand menu and simple setup process.
Excerpt: I am still truely amazed at the picture quality of my Sony Bravia Television. I looked at much higher priced HDTVs None of them ccompared to the quality of this Bravia I would highly recommend this television to anybody looking for a large screen LCD High definition television! The picture for a 52 inch television is absolutely incredible.
Excerpt: I thought my husband was insane for wanting to spend so much money on a television. I thought that they're all just about the same so why bother spending so much. I was so wrong though. The picture quality is so fabulous, you can see why people spend the extra $10 through the cable company to get everything in HD. Also, I like that even with the sun shining in through the window, there is no glare.
Excerpt: In choosing a new television my features list was precise. 50" or larger, picture in picture, PC monitor ability, 1080p, multiple HDMI inputs, anti-glare screen. The list of televisions that fit my needs was very short. After multible trips to different retailers to view picture quality and play with picture adjustments, etc., it became very clear that the Sony line consistantly had the best picture quality after adjusting the picture settings.
Excerpt: We upgraded from an old 32" TV that was dinosaur to this Sony Bravia 52" LCD TV about a year ago. What a huge difference! The sound quality and the picture quality are amazing. We looked at and viewed a bunch of other brands and sizes when we shopped for something new. My husband wanted to "go big or go home" so we ended up with a 52". At first I thought it would be way too large for our small condo, but it works well in the space we have.
Excerpt: The picture quality on sports is incredible. Also, has a really nice cinema mode to watch DVDs. Looks unreal with an XBox or playstation. Some channels look better than others, but that's the channels not the tv I was like a skydiver about to jump out of a plane at 20,000 feet. I was nervous about spending this much ($3,000)on a TV, and had to be talked into making the leap so to speak.I am soooooooo glad I went ahead and bought this TV.
Excerpt: This really is an awesome TV. It is well worth the mony. The picture is great. The sound is great. I don't think I will ever own anything else. It has all the hookups you could ever need. Don't spend the money unless you plan on having HD TV though. Just like any other flat screen, it isn't worth it unless you get HD TV to go along with it. I have had this TV for about a year and a half now and I don't have one complaint! It is worth the extra money.
Summary: It took me about a month to decide which telly to go for. If you're looking for a cheaper set I'd recommend the LG it's got a good picture for the price. But if you want superior quality then it's got to be a BRAVIA. It just stands out way above the rest. The rich colour is what I love and the fact that unlike a lot of other lcd tv's it doesn't pixellate. In FULL HD it really shows what it's made for.