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Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black
Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black


Product Added : February 23rd, 2013
Category : LED TV

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Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black

Discover a picture so real you won’t believe it’s TV. With highly acclaimed X-Reality Engine technology that analyzes each scene, it’s no wonder the colors and textures in everything you watch—HD movies, sports, even YouTube clips—look so natural. Lifelike motion comes via Motionflow XR 480 technology for that at-the-game feeling. And internet connectivity provides access to music, thousands of movies, TV shows, and more.

  • X-Reality creates crisp detail in each scene you watch
  • Enjoy ultra-realistic movement with Motion flow XR 480
  • Dynamic Edge LED backlight for amazing contrast & color
  • 3D in Full HD 1080p for phenomenal 3D picture quality
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 50.125-Inch x 30-Inch x 2.375-Inch, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 50.125-Inch x 31.5-Inch x 12.375-Inch

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  1. 123 of 126 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A consumer’s take on upgrading to 3D, 55′, and LED, May 28, 2012
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black (Electronics)

    My first and only flat-screen was a 40′ Samsung LN40A550P3F before purchasing the 55′ Sony Bravia HX750. The reviews were pretty lacking so I’ve decided to make this review detailed as possible from a consumer’s point of view.

    The main features that sold me on this set was the 55′ size, 3D capability, picture quality, and built in Wi-Fi. Three lived up to and surpassed expectations while one is a disappointment.

    Size upgrade makes a world of difference but hinders streaming experience

    The 55 inch HX750 dwarfs the old 40 inch Samsung. The television doubles as living room PC monitor and I was constantly having to squint and crank up the font sizes in order to read while sitting on the couch. The 55 inch screen size allows me to sit back and relax with a wireless keyboard as if I’m seated at the desk.

    Blurays look phenomenal on the large screen and bigger is better when it comes to immersing yourself in the 3D experience. I recently axed cable from our household as I was beginning to believe HD streaming was providing good enough quality to watch on the big screen. However, the artifacts present in the compressed streaming video is magnified greatly. Pixelation and banding that was only slightly visible on the 40 inch Samsung is now a distraction while watching on the large 55 inch screen.

    While watching on the larger screen makes for a cinematic experience, it also exposes flaws of streaming video compression. Looks like I’ll be switching back to multiple Netflix rentals, Redbox, and Cable if boosting my internet bandwidth doesn’t improve streaming quality.

    Is this 3D thing going to die fast?

    I’ve watched several movies in the theater and thought 3D added to the experience. I had my doubts an in-home television could deliver experiences anywhere close to cinema quality. I also purchased the Sony 3D Bundle/Narnia Glasses (wish glasses were included for the price).

    I popped in “Chronicles of Narnia Legend of the Dawn Treader”, A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (Two-Disc Blu-ray 3D / Blu-ray / DVD / UltraViolet Digital Copy), and Batman: Arkham City for Playstation 3.

    Playing my fist video game in 3D was like listening to a CD for the first time. The Narnia movie, something I normally wouldn’t give a chance, had me completely immersed. The imagery looked beautiful, added so much punch, I never wanted to take my eyes off the screen. One of the drawback of young technology is there are barely any titles available. Was really disappointed that I couldn’t purchase Avatar 3D without buying a Panasonic BD player.

    Another surprise was the Simulated 3D setting that tries to emulate the stereo depth on normal footage. While not perfect, or anywhere close to a 3D movie, the Simulated 3D added pop to the picture. I actually preferred wearing glasses, because the colors on the Standard setting looked more natural. It also helped to direct the eye to focal points, especially when shallow depth of field was utilized.

    I don’t believe 3D is going away folks so “adapt or die” (quote stolen from “Moneyball” which looked great on the HX750)

    Audio

    Can’t complain, sounds great in comparison to the old Samsung which has mediocre sound quality. Was really loud with the bar cranked a little over half way.

    Picture Quality

    Overall I believe the picture looks great with a couple of tweaks from the default settings. One of the first things I did was disabled the Motion Flow and Cinema Flow settings. The 240Hz frame interpolation gag that i am not a big fan of. Colors are vibrant and the image is sharp.

    Since this is an LED, there is some visible light vignetting around the corners and a light leak running along the bottom of the frame. It’s most noticeable while watching in a dark room. I’m not sure if this issue creeps up in plasmas or higher end LED models, but it’s definitely not a plus. I can live with it though.

    Default `Standard’ color calibrated for 3D

    I was really on the fence about buying the HX750 given the reviews on extremely poor black-levels. Now, I am no expert when it comes to judging picture quality, but here is my take.

    On many of the low-lit scenes, dark areas do appear lifted and have a bluish magenta cast over it. However, there are still deep black to be found. I’ve noticed throughout viewing and on certain end title sequences, the…

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  2. 95 of 102 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Faulty t.v., poor response from Sony, June 14, 2012
    By 
    JDo
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black (Electronics)

    Well, we bought this t.v. in early April and by the end of May, it stopped working. It was wonderful when it worked, but died within 2 months. Quick calls to Sony revealed this is a common problem they’re having with this t.v. and they said we need to replace the circuit board. We waited a couple days before a person from their local service facility called. That person informed us they didn’t have the board in-stock and it would be 4-7 days. Well, we’re still waiting. They have not been in-touch, we don’t know what the hold up is. We have to chase them constantly to find out what’s going on. Meanwhile, our t.v. still doesn’t work. (When we try to turn it on, it goes immediately to standby mode.) Soooo disappointed that we shelled out this kind of money for a t.v. that is faulty and Sony isn’t particularly motivated to get us up and running again.

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  3. 26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sony rules, May 27, 2012
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    Ron F
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX750 55-Inch 240Hz 1080p 3D LED Internet TV, Black (Electronics)

    You are not going to get a MIT review from me. I waited for a few months for the release and then purchased the 55 inch when it became available. All I did was plug in the TV without making one adjustment. Every friend that watches this TV with me rates it a 5. The 3D is perfect for the living room – don’t expect IMAX 3D. The TV is now $200 cheaper to buy and I really don’t care because I am more than pleased with the quality. HD viewing on this TV is fantastic. The picture on some of my weekly episodes is so clear that it appears you are sitting next to the actors. It is a very strange experience to describe because the picture is so amazing. For the price, pony up – you won’t be sorry.

    P.S. Bought TV from Amazon. Not one complaint. The delivery guys setup the TV and took the box with them. Also bought the 4 year warranty because of my past experiences with other TVs.

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