Summary: I bought the TV in April 2009. I will say I was generally happy with it. Had to play with the antenna sometimes to get the reception - which was a bit strange since I live within a few miles of the transmitters, but others have told me that is a problem with digital TVs.
Summary: My husband and I purchased this TV way back in 07/2008. Out of curiosity I decided to look it up on here. I was reading this one and two star reviews and I am baffled. It's worked just fine for us. Great in fact. No problems with it...or hardly any.
Summary: Nicely priced TV for sony,it works pretty well. It has a good selection of inputs on the back including 2 component rows.2 HDMI and 2 Composite/RCA.The only things wrong with it though is there is no optical digital audio plug, and the tv takes like 20 seconds to boot up,and there's an annoying...
Summary: This is a nice TV, great for general use for the most part. The one issue that it fails at, and on epic proportions, is the internal computer. I have a recurring problem with two different bravias, but I'm only writing the review for this one. The entire screen will dim when a dark scene is present.
Summary: Purchased this in March 2009 for bedroom. Was easy to set up and install channels from Comcast. Had no problems. I have on fireplace mantel and it fits fine. I've not dabbled in a lot of the features and settings as I'm a basic user.
Summary: I purchased this TV Sony Bravia M-Series KDL-26M4000 26-Inch 720p LCD HDTV for my mother and paid the premium for a Sony as I wanted to be sure my mother would not experience any problems. To our surprise, after 10 months, the picture went bad. Fortunately, there was a 1 year warranty with the TV.
Summary: Wanted a small HDTV that would fit in a cabinet opening, finally settled on this Sony Bravia 720p with some trepidation as I have a 1080p set from another brand in the living room and thought that the picture quality might be less than I was becoming accustomed to.