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Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240  Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black
Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240  Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black


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Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black


Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240  Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black

Experience premium picture quality in a revolutionary, slim design with the Sony® BRAVIA® NX810 Series LCD HDTV with 3D1. Enjoy incredible contrast and sharp, vibrant images with the Dynamic Edge LED backlight plus see smooth motion detail during fast-action scenes. Wi-Fi® connectivity allows you to conveniently access photos, videos and music4 or instantly stream the widest variety of online entertainment2. Add the Sony sync transmitter, active glasses and experience movies and video games in 3D like never before Full HD 1080p or convert 2D to 3D with a push of a button on your remote3. Designed to deliver dazzling Full HD 1080p resolution, this 46-inch BRAVIA NX810 Series HDTV (model KDL46NX810) features advanced dynamic LED backlighting technology for incredibly high contrast levels, deep blacks and bright whites. And get ready for a three-dimensional revolution in your living room with the NX810′s 3D capabilities. Just add the optional Sony sync transmitter and active glasses to

  • 46-inch Dynamic Edge LED-backlit HDTV with Full HD 1080p resolution; ready for you to enjoy 3D movies, sports and videogames with optional accessories
  • Motionflow 240Hz technology for smoothest motion in fast action sports and games; 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 42.75 x 27.25 x 10.75 inches with stand
  • 46-inch Dynamic Edge LED-backlit HDTV with Full HD 1080p resolution

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  1. 105 of 106 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s a nice TV but 3D is not worth the premium you pay, November 28, 2010
    By 
    R. Schueler (Ohio) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I have had my Sony KDL46NX810 for about a month. I have the 3D accessories, a Sony PlayStation 3 and a computer hooked to the TV. Most of the content I watch is on the internet over the computer, streaming Netflix, and Amazon Video on Demand. The 3D effect is a novelty. Once the new wears off I will put the 3D glasses in a draw and forget about them. I wish I purchased a less expensive TV that does not have 3D. Other than my disappointment with 3D, I am quite happy with the TV.

    CONNECTIONS: My computer and PlayStation are both connected to the TV with 12′ long inexpensive HDMI cables purchased from Harbor Freight (seller of cheap tools). The 3D starter pack I purchased came with a “High-speed HDMI cable….. (for the) transfer of both 3D video and audio signals”. So far the inexpensive HDMI cable seems to work fine even with 3D content. The TV is also connected to the internet with a cat 5 cable. It has WiFi but I didn’t need it (or try it). I have high speed internet access through the local cable provider. I have experienced no trouble streaming content.

    ANTENNA: I get the same number of channels over the air as I did when I had a 7 year old generic HD TV. There is an onscreen program guide. During setup the TV asked if I wanted the programming guide from the internet or from over-the-air. I chose the internet option. On the TV guide channel I can see what will be on hours from now.

    LOOK: The TV looks great. The Sony emblem lights up when you turn on the TV. You can turn that feature off if you want. I have the TV mounted on the wall. The monolithic design was great. I say was because the IR emitter that is required for 3D makes the TV not so monolithic any more. The emitter is the bunny-ears of the 3D television age. It should have been built in to the TV. It’s not that bad but it does not add to the look and Sony is selling the “Monolithic Design”.

    ACCESSORIES : The remote control seems rather long and has many buttons. When I first got the TV I tried to learn the remote and how to get from thing to thing. After a day or two I navigated the options of the TV through the Home Menu. The Home Menu is easy to navigate and is very similar to the PS3 menu organization. Everything is easy to find and the TV is easy to navigate. The stations that I get over the aerial all have their own icon in the menu. There is also a description of what is on now. Everything the TV can do is available through the graphical menu.

    The remote control also will navigate the PS3 menus and control video play back on the PS3. Play, Stop, Fast Forward, and Next all work as expected from the TV remote controlling the PS3. The cross button in the center of the remote is the same as the x button on the PS3 controller. The back button will move you back towards the main menu. I am very happy with the way the TV remote controls the PS3. I tried to use the TV remote as a controller for a game but there is no Start button so I could not start the game. There would be no advantage to the remote as a controller for PS3 games but I thought I would try anyway. I can’t turn the PS3 on with the TV remote. I have the impression that the TV remote can turn on the PS3 but I have not figured that out yet.

    DIGITAL VIDEO CONTENT: To make many of these features work it is helpful to have both a separate computer and the TV connected to the internet. When I first tried to register the TV, I was using the TV as the monitor to the computer. I could not register the computer until I was using a computer that did not need the TV as a monitor. Other then needing both the TV and the computer at the same time, the registering process was easy. There were a lot of steps. You register the TV with Sony then Netflix then Amazon Video on Demand, then what ever else.

    Accessible through the TV are Qriocity video on demand, Amazon, Hulu +, Netfix, YouTube, Crackle, an RSS feed (Not a fully functional RSS feed) and a bunch of other stuff. Let’s start with the bunch of other stuff. It is mostly internet shorts. I have a friend with a Roku and it is similar to the things that he watches on his Roku. Roku has much more content of the internet short variety. Someone will like some of these channels, I don’t bother with them.

    There is a RSS feed but you can’t add anything to it or delete anything from it. It’s an RSS feed that you don’t have any control over. That said, it has episodes of Meet The Press an, the Nightly News and other things. I have not used it but on occasion I do like to watch Meet The Press. It’s nice to know it’s there.

    Crackle is full of things that Sony owns. That you can watch at any time. There are 4 episodes of each of the following TV shows on Crackle ; Barney miller, Dilbert News radio, I dream of Jeannie, 10 items or less, the Jackie Chan Adventures, Vip and Bewitched in their TV episodes folder. There…

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  2. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect (edited review), December 27, 2010
    By 
    J. Walker (Wisconsin) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I have owned this tv for only about 1 week, but here are my early impressions:

    I tried two different HDTVs before purchasing this one. Both were edge-lit LED and both exhibited some clouding and flashlighting (very bright screen in the corners). I took a chance on this Sony based on the quality of my past Sony products and comments/reviews from others. I have not been disappointed.
    First off, I would like to praise Amazon for getting this TV to me quickly and in one piece. From the time I ordered it to plugging it in was less than 6 days! Pilot was the delivery company and I have nothing but nice things to say about them.

    From the moment you take it out of the box you have to like the look of this tv. The front panel is all glass–no plastic bezel around the outside. It is a handsome tv. It is also quite heavy.
    I installed it on the included base and it sits on a low bookcase. It does swivel and the base install instructions give some cryptic indication that it tilts 6 degrees. Not sure about that one and I didn’t try to force it.
    Right out of the box the picture is very good. Setup is easy and with some very simple picture adjustments you will be enjoying your tv.
    I have windows that are directly behind me as I view the tv, but I was amazed that the glare is not overly-distracting. Yes, there is glare, but it does not diminish the view or picture quality. Your tolerance for such things may vary. I have blinds and a curtain I can draw for daytime viewing, and there is no problem at all there.
    As a 3D tv, the verdict is still out. The Alice in Wonderland movie I received in the bundle with the tv does not play in my PS3, so I cannot make an evaluation of 3D movies. A couple of 3D games are available for the Playstation, and they look pretty good, particularly Wipeout HD. A very good 3D experience. I don’t know much about 3D picture quality (cross-talk, ghosting, etc.), but it looks pretty cool to me.
    You can simulate 3D, but it really is a poor substitute and doesn’t enhance the viewing much. This is the part of 3D that is pure novelty.
    I honestly don’t care much about the 3D aspect, as this will take some time to develop. There is so little 3D content out there, it is not worth upgrading to 3D if you are happy with your current TV. I purchased this tv because it is probably the best 2D set at this price range.
    The problem I had with other LEDs was the edge-lit technology. The brightness was inconsistent. This Sony uses a “Dynamic” edge LED backlight. This is Sony-speak indicating that it provides more precise control of the LED. There is no clouding or flashlighting or other inconsistent bright spots in the picture. The blacks are very dark and the bright scenes are vivid, but not overly bright or saturated in color.
    The Motionflow 240Hz technology refers to the refresh rate of the screen. It is an improvement over 60Hz found on earlier LCDs, but most people probably could not tell the difference between 240Hz and 120Hz (found on most newer LED/LCD). I wouldn’t buy this tv just because of 240Hz, but it certainly enhances the total viewing experience.
    Once you activate the tv via Sony, you can use the Internet video and audio functions. There are dozens of video applications from Netflix, YouTube, Amazon on Demand, and Hulu+, to epicurious.com, crackle.com, and other similarly obscure video sites. They are good time wasters and work very well. I stream Netflix and Pandora and have had no troubles at all. I have it hard-wired for internet (I have an unreliable router), but I tested the built-in wireless-N wifi, and there were no problems.
    Additionally there are plenty of energy-saving features included (LED tvs are more energy-efficient anyway). Of course, the most energy-saving thing you can do is to unplug it and read a book.
    The Bravia snyc is great. I have a Sony AV and one remote will operate them both. You can run all your peripherals to the Amp and need just one HDMI to the TV. Of course, your setup will be different. I have an older PS3 that the remote will not operate, but I have heard that the new PS3 slims can take advantage of the Bravia sync (as well as bluray, cd, etc.)
    **EDIT** the new “slim” PS3 does use Bravia snyc, and you can use the TV remote to operate the bluray!**

    Negatives:
    The Internet widgets (not to be confused with the apps) are slow and pointless. Maybe the will improve on that in the future.
    You have to buy the 3D transmitter separately. I don’t know why they couldn’t build it into the tv. Yes, the glasses are expensive, but to have to buy the transmitter too, is an insult. Just make sure you get a bundle deal to save some $$.
    The only other negative–and what keeps this tv from getting a perfect 5 stars–is the horrible speakers. I have heard better sounding transistor radios. I have fiddled with the settings over and over, and I still cannot get a…

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  3. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Astonishing picture, December 29, 2010
    By 
    Richard S. Lee (Charleston, WV USA) –
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46NX810 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D-Ready LED HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I got this along with a Sony Blu-ray player with 5.1 sound system. The built-in sound system is not very good but with the add-on sound it’s fabulous. Blu-ray HD and HD from the cable are so amazingly good on this tv it’s unbelievable. Seriously, it’s the best looking tv I think I’ve ever seen. I didn’t get the 3D add-on system because I’m just not at all interested in that.

    I was watching E.T. on cable in 1080i HD last night and it was like watching a completely new movie. The picture was so lifelike I felt like I was right there. Newly produced TV shows in HD are freakishly real-looking. It’s almost unnerving. I’m a professional photographer so I did a little bit of custom setup on the video to get it just right, but it was good right out of the box.

    Great TV… don’t bother with 3D (in my opinion), get a good add-on sound system.

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