Summary: Purchased this after returning VIZIO XVT473SV 47 inch LED. Vizio was a little underwhelming in size, and moving up to a 55 inch was a big improvement. I also didn't like that it didn't have an ambient sensor to adjust to the light in the room, which the Sony does have. To change the display settings in the Vizio you had to dig down in the menu at least three clicks to make the adjustments.
Samsung C6400/C6300 vs Samsung C6900/C6800 vs Bravia EX710/EX711
Matt P, Amazon
9 February 2011
Summary: I spent weeks researching and testing various LCD/LED flat screens. In the end I purchased the Samsung 55 inch C6400. The C6400 model is the same screen as the C6300 model except the C6400 has Samsung's built-in internet apps whereas the C6300 does not. In the process, I purchased two Samsungs (C6400 and C6900) and one Sony Bravia (EX711). Here is what I learned: * All of the review websites "calibrate" their screens before performing a review.
Summary: I have BOTH, the Sony Bravia KDL55EX710 LED and the SAMSUNG UN60C6300 LED.. The SAMSUNG LED is by far a much better TV.. The picture quality is much better, the remote control is more functional with a varity of more options choices than what's on the Sony remote,,, the Samsung remote is BACK-LIT, the Sony's is not... The contrast adjustment on the Sony TV does almost nothing causing the TV to have an almost cloudy haze even with the auto-motion turned off..