Summary: My 65HX929 has caused no end of grief here in our house. Having fallen for it's dashing looks, I had to have one. I forked out the whopping 6 Grand for this set and have been nothing but dissapointed.
Summary: Sony does not make TVs like it used to be. I bought NX model 18 months ago and it just died. Look at the 1 star reviews for all sony TVs. They seem to have common problems. You have been warned!
Summary: Holy cow the picture is stunning! The first time I saw this TV was at the Sony store in the Galleria in Houston. At $6,000 I knew I had to sell a kidney to get one (JK). It finally went on sale and I was able to buy it from AMZN for $4K. Yes it's expensive but it's worth every penny.
Summary: I had my reservations about buying this tv after reading so many stories about production problems like "screen creases", but Amazon has a great return policy so I gave it a shot and fortunately didn't have any problems. The sticker on the back of my tv states it was built in March 2012.
Summary: This tv has the best picture I have ever seen on a tv. The color is wonderful and the contrast is outstanding. But this is true only for near straight-on viewing. It does have an important flaw that could be important for some viewers: the tv loses contrast for viewing angles wider than a large...
Summary: Little too expensive but if can afford GO for it The picture quality is unbelievable on TV channels and blu ray DVD Black level is fantastic i really have nothing to complain about On Dec 2011 i purchased 65" Samsung I try everything to get a decent picture quality but no success.
Summary: I picked up this TV from local Sony store. I had chance to play with it just for a day. No dead pixels. No clouding as far as I can tell. Panel is stylish. I am able to stream my MPEG4 720p movies from my UNRAID Twonky media server. You can also pause, fast forward these movies.