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Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV
Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV


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Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV


Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

Enjoy Full HD 1080p Sony picture quality and an innovative six-degree tilt for improved viewing at a lower level with the sleek and slim Edge LED backlit Sony BRAVIA NX700 LCD HDTV. Also features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for convenient access to your favorite entertainment apps including movies, TV shows, videos, music and more.1

  • 46-inch Edge LED-backlit HDTV with Full HD 1080p resolution and slim design
  • Motionflow 120Hz technology for smooth motion; BRAVIA Engine 3 fully digital video processor
  • Integrated Wireless-N Wi-Fi; access to BRAVIA Internet video and widgets; USB port for photos, music and video playback
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 component, 2 composite, 1 PC, 1 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 optical digital audio output
  • Includes removable stand; measures 44.3 x 29.5 x 12.6 inches with stand

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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful Screen, Few Quirks, October 4, 2010
    By 
    E. Travis “etravis78″ (IN, USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I have had the KDL46NX700 for about 6 months now and I do have to say that this is a very nice set! I will start off with what I like about the TV and move on the few cons I have found. I love the monolithic design of this TV… it really does look stunning on or off. The internet streaming capabilities are very cool. The included internet widegets/ channels make it easy to wirelessly stream various media (which has been fun) and it’s also a breeze to connect to your Windows 7 machine to stream photos, videos, music etc… Like all HD sets you need to be connected via HDMI and have a true HD source to get the best picture quality… with that being said I have a PS3 for games and blu-ray, and a DirecTV HD DVR for cable. The picture is very sharp, bright and crisp. I would also say that standard def processing is above average as 4:3 content looks pretty smooth as well. I have handed off the up-scaling to a nice Anchor Bay chipset on my Denon receiver and didn’t notice any improvement in picture quality. So the on-board processing is definitely above average. All-in-all this is a very nice set from Sony. The only negative comments I have about this set, is that when the TV is on for a little while, I hear a slight popping noise… I believe its from the set heating up? No big deal to me, but it has bugged me on a few occasions. Other than that, the picture controls are somewhat limited which makes it hard to get the exact colors you may want to achieve. Great set from Sony! NX700 and NX800 series TV’s are very sexy!

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  2. 16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for HD Broadcasts/Not so Good for other stuff, December 7, 2010
    By 
    madtsr “madtsr” (Chicago) –
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    Overall, a good deal for the price. It is super thin (total width, not including the base is 2 inches). Super-easy set-up for base mount (didn’t do the wall mount). The quality of pictures depends on whether you are watching something in HD or not. Some channels listed as HD show SOME programs in HD, but not all. No complaints about HD programs which come in great, with the usual caveat that the blacks have some slight color issues (black comes in black/purple black), which is pretty common with LCDs. You really can’t get away from this problem unless you go with a high end HD TV (thousands of $) or you buy a good plasma TV which have their own issues as well. Overall, you won’t notice this too much. Blu-ray DVD movies come in great as well (with HDMI cable-see comments below).

    One of the nicer features is that it has an LED backlight behind the LCD screen, which you can adjust to make the picture brighter/darker. Just playing with it, it looks best with the LED backlight turned up and the room lights dim. As far as the sound, it is excellent-really good speakers. I’m not too crazy about the menus, which are cumbersome because this TV has many different features (for example, settings for movies, gaming, sports). I leave it on auto, which has been working fine. It also includes the ability to access the internet for certain things, but you cannot surf around the internet like you do using a web browser. The TV can do this, but you would need to purchase another box, like the Logitech/Google TV (it comes WiFi capable with a mini-keyboard for typing). If all you want is what the TV offers out of the box (Netflix, Youtube, Slacker, facebook, twitter, Sony Music, & more), the WiFi is as easy to set up as a laptop, if you have a wireless network, which I do. It searches for available wireless networks, you pick yours and enter your network password and you’re done. One problem – Does not work with Mac. Some folks have suggested they have gotten it to work with some adaptors, but since I don’t have a Mac I didn’t bother reading much more about it.

    IMPORTANT – If you are going to order satellite or cable, make sure that you talk to your provider and ask specifically for a receiver that has an HDMI port. The HDMI port is capable of faster/better data transfers than the ordinary three cable (yellow, red, white) plug in connections. This makes a difference! Some cable/satellite companies will give you the HDMI cables, and some won’t. If they don’t provide them, you can buy an HDMI cable almost anywhere, but the receiver has to have the HDMI port. I would suggest that you do not pay more than $5 for a 6 foot HDMI cable. You will see advertisements for HDMI cables than run up to $50 (gold plated, turns a sandwich into a banquet, etc.). You do NOT need anything more than the basic HDMI cable. Any reputable techie website like CNET will say the same thing.

    Standard Definition programming is not so great. Most of the time, they come out ok. But for some of the older shows, often you get pixilation around the edges of text/images and the picture quality ranges from good to not so good (fuzzy). Also, my wife has a huge collection of older movies (going way back to the 40′s through the 60′s), and she thought they would look really good on HDTV. We have a Sony Blu-ray DVD player, also connected via HDMI cable, and some of the older DVDs look ok (e.g., The Honeymooners DVDs) and others were pretty sucky, so she is keeping her old TV to watch her old movies. It’s probably worse because this TV is a 46 inch, and the TV is essentially translating the standard definition information into a larger image in a different format. If you’re not looking back too far (only watching only the current age shows), this shouldn’t be as big an issue for you.

    Finally – the remote is huge (10 inches by 2 inches long) and not all features are captured by the cable remote, so you can’t just use the cable/satellite remote. Not a good design at all. Also, the printed instructions that come with the TV are minimal, and the i-Manual (which you access via the TV) is a pain in the xxx to use. I prefer e-copies of user manuals, but I cannot seem to find one for this TV on Sony’s website. I sent them an email, and will update this review if I ever get an e-copy.

    12/9/10 Update: I received an email back from Sony, saying that there is no pdf version of the i-manual for this TV. Whoever thought of the i-manual obviously never tried to use the i-manual instructions with the TV. It is a ROYAL PAIN!

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  3. 25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good TV, July 18, 2010
    By 
    INB
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX700 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    Its been almost 2 months since we bought our 46 inch NX 700. Its a very good TV with amazing features and amazing picture quality. Internet connection is fast, File Sharing between PC and TV is amazingly fast. Picture and sound quality is above competition.

    Was thinking about whether to buy Samsung or Sony, no doubt Samsung also makes good TV but Sony makes it better. I would say Picture/sound quality is almost equal between two but Internet features are really good on Sony and it loads internet videos very fast. SO far no complains absolutely love it…

    This is my first review of any product, I found it strange that there is no review for product of this quality. SO wrote one..

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