Summary: I replaced a KDF-46E2000 with this TV last year using Sony's replacement program due the notorious defect with the 3LCD projection system. This TV is beautiful with an outstanding picture. Colors are crisp, lighting is perfectly uniform, and glare is not an issue.
Summary: Had this Sony Bravia KDLEX710 for more than a year now and never had a problem . Easy to set up and calibrate but I will be getting a wireless dongle to check out more stuff! After calibration picture using the Disney Wow Disc picture is amazing!
Summary: Amazing quality. Beautiful picture, especially in hi-def. It shuts off automatically if it doesn't sense movement, so it forces some activity from time to time. I keep hoping it will help me lose weight.
Summary: Outstanding TV. The only problem I found is in attaching a DVD-VCR to it where the picture is black and white when connected to "component IN" in the back. When attached to the side connection the color returns.
Summary: Absolutely awesome set. Picture is superb, with a theatre mode for those who don't like the crisp digital look (like my wife, the theatre person). With interface to the internet and streaming video (Ntflix, Youtube, etc.)without intervening PC it is the couch potato's nirvana.
Summary: I bought this TV online during black friday for 1500$ delivered. Right out of the box the TV was simply amazing. I did not have to change any color, brightness, contrast settings. It chooses the right picture mode based on the content.
Sony 55" EX-710: An Excellent Affordable LED/LCD TV
13 March 2011
Summary: I spent hours researching and comparing "LED" LCD TV's in the 55" size category. I finally narrowed it down to two "edge-lit" LED TV's (the Sony Bravia 55" EX710 and the Samsung 55" LED 6300 series) based on price/performance, overall image quality, image contrast, refreshing rates (for sports),...