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Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black
Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
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Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black


Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black

Lay back and enjoy as this seamless sheet of glass becomes thecenterpiece of your living space. Featuring truly transcendentpicture quality, each scene in everything you watch—HD movies,sports, even YouTube™ clips—is presented with unprecedenteddetail and astonishing color from Sony’s exclusive X-Reality™ PROpicture engine. Ultra-clear, realistic motion during slow scenicsweeps and fast action sports comes courtesy of Motionflow™ XR960.

  • Pro-grade detail for discerning eyes: X-Reality PRO
  • Experience precise motion clarity w/ Motion flow XR 960
  • Frameless design with Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Dynamic Edge LED backlight for amazing contrast & color
  • Thin LED Design: TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 42.375-Inch x 25.2-Inch x 1.375-Inch, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 42.375-Inch x 27.44-Inch x 10.55-Inch

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  1. 55 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome TV and a nice step up from the HX820, April 26, 2012
    By 
    greg
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black (Electronics)

    I got this TV on a swap with Sony on the 21st of April, so far it has been AWESOME! (Sony took back my defective 820 and gave me a 850) 46′ model. I will be comparing the HX850 to the HX820.

    Pros:

    *Slimmest bezel of any Sony TV yet
    *Silver lining around the bezel adds a nice touch
    *Input lag seems better on the 2012 850
    *Less adjustment needed right out of the box, at least in my case.
    *Speakers seem a tad bit better this year, but nothing to brag about.

    Cons:

    *Remote is garbage, Sony needs to bring back the remote they used with the HX820. A victim of cost-cutting.
    *Illuminated Sony Logo is gone. Another nice feature butchered by Sony’s new cost-cutting strategies of 2012.

    So-So’s:

    *3D viewing seems to have improved overall over the 2011 HX820, however tilting your head at all will ruin the picture. Perhaps this is resolved with the new 3D glasses? I am using the TDG-BR250 glasses.
    *Motion sensor is gone. Never really liked this feature, but it was a good idea.

    Overall the HX850 is a superior TV to the HX820, which is saying a lot considering the HX820 was and is an amazing set. Black levels are similar to the hx820 (awesome) and picture quality has gone up. As always, Sony is king when it comes to displaying the correct colors, vibrant and colorful to say the least.

    Good set!

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  2. 35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    KDL46HX850 Review and Setup, July 9, 2012
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46HX850 46-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black (Electronics)

    This is really a superb TV. The settings right out of the box are probably the best you will ever
    see. The Gorilla Glass2 is incredibly thin. This TV is about half the depth of the XBR HX929 and
    is much lighter. To get the most out of this TV, I recommend the following:

    1. Leave the TV in standard mode. Decrease the color saturation by 4% to 56. Turn off the presence
    sensor and the light sensor. Set motionflow to standard (never use any of the others, including smooth,
    as unpleasant background viewing will be very jumpy). When streaming SD set motionflow to OFF, otherwise
    leave on standard as the motionflow manipulates the backlight to achieve localized dimming.

    2. Set audio to standard and not dynamic. Increase bass to +8 and turn on auto-volume.

    3. These settings should be used for all inputs including the special game mode. In my opinion, do not
    use game mode.

    4. For simulated 3D use the medium settings and not lo or hi. This seems to be the only one that works well.

    That’s about all there is to change. Best LED TV I’ve ever seen and that includes the XBRs. (I realize that
    this TV is a 2012 model and the XBR is a 2011 model). I am sure the 2012 XBR will be spectacular, but as of now
    this is the best LED TV on the market with black levels approaching the very best of the plasmas with much, much
    better light transmission through the glass rather than diffused through a typical LCD panel.

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  3. 43 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb TV & great picture, so good that I bought a second HX850, May 19, 2012
    By 
    James O. Kahan (Santa Barbara, California) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Updated July 19, 2012 -

    The 55 HX850 is a very good 2D TV with a picture that is so good that I purchased a second HX850 – the 46 inch version.

    I would still recommend the HX850 with one caveat. We can’t use the 3D. Sony’s 3D should be labeled as a “beta.” I would not have been so disappointed if I had been warned. I tried it and lost. The 3D was interesting for one short viewing, but the active glasses were uncomfortable to wear & bothered my eyes. Perhaps, they would have been OK if I had 20-20 vision & did not have to wear my corrective eyeglasses. Sony graciously allowed the return of its glasses and gave me a credit. For practical purposes, I am now the owner of 2 very good 2D TVs.

    I purchased a 55 HX850 after reading the early Amazon reviews. The positive reviews about that TV were correct as were the negative comments about Sony support.

    Both the 55 HX850 & 46 HX850 have superb pictures & appearance. The 2D picture is so good that it appears to have some qualities of 3D.

    Excellent picture with nice appearance. CNET concurs. See its evaluation.

    I was so irritated by the treatment from Sony Support (up to National Customer Relations) that I received that I went out and bought a 46 inch Samsung for another room, but its picture was very poor when compared to the HX850. Therefore, I returned the Samsung. I plan to keep the HX850 as my primary TV until 4K arrives. For another room, I bought its 46 inch version.

    I have been buying exclusively Sony TVs for more than 40 years (at least 10 sets). Sony’s support staff even referred to its records which showed many of my purchases. I was shocked that a very loyal customer’s concerns were ignored.

    My apologies to John Mi He got it right on Sony’s support can be very bad. Sony’s support varies in quality. If you get the right person it is good, but if you get the wrong person it is very bad.

    Horrible support. It’s a tragedy. It’s unfortunate that Sony has not followed the Apple model. Microsoft copied Apple & its stores are mobbed. But Sony stores are empty. I hope that Sony learns.

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