Summary: • Good display quality • Stylish monolithic design • Comes with Corning Gorilla Glass • Wide viewing angle • Low power consumption • Comes with excellent extras • Expensive • Some color bleeding • Flicker visible in 3D mode • Wobbly swivel stand • No NTFS support Now-a-days, large screen TVs, both...
Summary: No LED TV we’ve ever tested in the past has ever managed to wow us in such a comprehensive manner. Several instances during the viewing sessions are now perpetually etched in our memories and log-sheets, and will serve as reference points for every other LED TV that we will test in the future.
Sony BRAVIA HX925 review: Sony’s best TV is hamstrung by its glossy screen
Good Gear Guide.au
25 July 2011
Conclusion: The Sony BRAVIA HX925 is Sony's top TV, and as you'd expect it's crammed full of class-leading features. We can't fault its picture quality when displaying 1080p high definition video, and it also does a reasonably good job of upscaling DVD content.
Pros: Excellent detail and colour vibrance in default settings, Great design