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Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black
Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black

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Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black

Experience brilliant Full HD 1080p picture quality with Sony’s 55-inch KDL-55NX720 LCD HDTV with 3D. This HDTV features Dynamic Edge LED backlighting technology with local dimming, for serious contrast levels, deep blacks, and brilliant whites. It also features MotionFlow XR 240 for crisp, fluid motion in fast-action scenes. Pair with Sony 3D glasses and you’ll be ready for another dimension of entertainment, with immersive playback of the latest 3D titles. Or use the built-in Wi-Fi to access connected entertainment options with BRAVIA Internet Video and Widgets, or your digital video, music, and photo files over your home network. Internet-Ready Television Internet-ready TVs use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content, whether it’s streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today’s weather forecast. Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, socia

  • Brilliant Full HD (1080p) picture quality for 2D & 3D
  • 55-inch display with full HD (1080p) 2D/3D picture (1920 x 1080 native panel resolution)
  • Power consumption operational:93 Watt,0.2 Watt (Standby)
  • Experience smooth and precise motion detail during fast-action video with Motionflow XR 240 technology
  • Wireless BRAVIA Internet TV and Widgets for a wide variety of streaming media and other Internet content

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  1. 270 of 274 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent TV – Amazing changes from 2010 line up, June 8, 2011

    First of all this TV has fantastic features. Until now most of the Sony TVs are matte finish screens which are non-reflective. Although Sony TVs are the best but when compared to Samsung, Sony has been lacking a little crispiness and black levels in the picture. Now Sony with this OptiContrast panel has overcome the shadow of Samsung in picture crispiness and black levels.

    The picture processing is amazing with brighter picture and excellent black levels. The black color is real black not blue black like before.

    I have connected regular DVD player and Blu-ray player to this TV. I have compared 1080/24P (Blu-ray) picture vs 1080/60P (DVD). I have done this test with the movies Inception, The Dark Night and Shrek. The DVD picture quality almost matched with Blu-ray picture quality. Black levels, picture consistency and amazing crispness have been achieved through the OptiContrast panel and X-Reality Engine. Blu-ray movies are awesome with this TV but DVD movies are no less. You can rent DVDs from Redbox and enjoy the Blu-ray picture quality.

    When I connected the TV to regular DVD player in Standard Definition mode, the TV has automatically upgraded the picture. I had some doubts over the SD contents before buying, but this TV came up with better SD content and picture processing than previous TVs from Sony. When I have compared this with my other Samsung LED 46D8000 TV, I could see that Sony has bettered the SD picture processing. The TV upgrades the SD content to HD content level. This is the best part of this TV.

    Sony and Samsung have kept certain benchmarks (standards) for the TVs in their own path. Sony until 2010 did not venture into reflective screens where Samsung was outclassing the Sony’s matte finish. With this NX720, HX820 and HX929 models Sony stepped into the reflective screens and achieved amazing black levels and brighter picture.

    Another advantage for this TV is Corning Gorilla Glass. At first when I knocked the NX720 screen hard with my side first, the picture bloomed and came back to normal. When I knocked on Samsung screen lightly with middle finger, the picture shook very wildly and it looked like it might break easily. Sony scores marks over the other TVs with the Corning Gorilla Glass. I have seen ads from Sony and Corning about the strength of the Gorilla Glass but still need to see the durability although the glass on the TV appears stronger. Someone really needs to try breaking this TV and see how much strong this screen is. :)

    I have tested the sound and the quality is good. One great thing about Sony is, it delivers 5.1 Channel Audio output. I have Comcast HD DVR cable connection. High Definition movies come up with 5.1 channel audio and this TV delivers exact replication. I have tested this with/without Home Theater connection. Still the sound is very good without the Home theater speakers. Another place where Sony scores marks over the rivals is it delivers 5.1 channel output through Optical Audio output. Other TVs deliver only 2 channel Audio through the Optical Audio output.

    If you are too much into technical specs, NX720 TV panel is 120Hz panel by default. HX820 and HX929 panels are much more better with 240Hz refresh rate. Do not be confused with the panel refresh rate with motion blur processing. Both are separate. As per my knowledge all the TV panels are 60Hz panels and 240Hz motion blur or flow processing is added to the TVs. Sony is coming with better panel refresh rates 120HZ and 240Hz. Added to it 240Hz or higher motion flow processing betters your TV. I am impressed with the NX720 motion blur processing. The motion blur is getting better and better. There are no artifacts noticed so far surrounding the images.

    The 3D picture conversion from 2D is very good. Still testing the feature with Blu-ray DVD but so far the conversion is at its best.
    The original 3D movies are the best to watch. Looks like Sony dealt with off-angle view issues. The 3D effect in the off-angle view is better than the previous TV line up. But if you sit in extreme angles like corner angles then the 3D view looked bit uncomfortable. For any 3D TV the off-angle view is a problem and this TV scores marks in this too.

    I tested the internet features. The internet content is good but there are lesser applications available for Sony when compared to Samsung. The Netflix and Youtube videos are very good to watch. We don’t get the QWERTY remote like Samsung but you can handle this with media remote application from IPhone and Android phones.

    Not to mention the best gaming experience with PS3! Fantastic 3D gaming experience on this TV.

    This is definitely one of the best TVs with amazing crispy picture and better 3D processing.

    NX720 is a thin TV but still the bezel is bit bulky but I don’t mind it because this is an amazing TV for my living room. I like the Samsung D8000…

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  2. 56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV with just a few flaws, July 15, 2011
    Christopher M. Blount (San Antonio, TX USA) –

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    This TV is replacing my 2 1/2 year old Samsung 61″ DLP. I wanted to get something thinner with no rear projection system and full HD 3D.

    Right out of the box, the picture is quite stunning. The colors are accurate and the contrast ratio is very good. As usual though with any “default” setting, the sharpness is up too high revealing digital artifacts with too much edge enhancement. A quick calibration with any calibration DVD or Blu-Ray takes care of these problems. I will say that I did not need to adjust the color and tint settings. They were spot on.

    When you first turn on the TV, you are presented with a series of screens to setup language, screen settings, network and other various options. It goes pretty quick. Nothing too difficult. If you use MAC security on your router, you will need to skip the network setup part and do it later since you will need to retrieve the MAC code from the network setup menus. Also, the internal WiFi adapter is 2.4 GHz only. It does not run at 5 GHz. You will need a separate adapter to do 5 GHz.

    Once I had everything setup, I did various tests from different sources. Satellite TV, Blu-Ray and online streaming from Netflix and YouTube. All looked excellent. As much as I’m not a big fan of “Motionflow” technology, this TV does it quite well so I might leave it turned on. Fast actions scenes with Motionflow look quite amazing.

    The anti-glare glass screen is the biggest surprise. Reflections are very subdued so if you have lots of light in the room, you won’t have any problems seeing the picture.

    3D from true 3D sources work as expected. Things pop right out of the screen. The simulated 3D works just OK. Depth is not all that great. It’s more of a novelty than anything else.

    The setup menus are very PS3′ish. Sort of the same design. If you have a PS3, you will be right at home when navigating the menus.

    Now a few of the flaws.

    1. When placing the TV on the included stand, its quite unstable. It seems that Sony was sort of lackluster when designing the stand. I guess they figure most people will mount the TV on the wall. In the documentation, it does mention a few ways to stabilize the TV but overall, it’s probably not a good idea to use the stand especially if you have kids.

    2. The viewing angle quality could be a bit better. If you are right in front of the TV, the contrast and colors look wonderful. As soon as you stray a bit to the left, right, up or down, you begin to see some contrast issues especially in a dark room. Honestly, it’s not a big deal but depending on the content you are watching, it could be a big problem for those sitting at an angle. I did notice that the TV automatically adjusts the picture depending on the light in the room to minimize the problem. Every LCD TV I own has this problem so it’s really nothing new but Sony has done a pretty good job trying to keep it from being a huge issue.

    3. Since the screen is so flat, the hookups on the back have very thin clearance. If you have a HDMI cable with a thick outer shell on the connector, you might have a problem hooking it up. It took me a few minutes getting the HDMI cable just at the right angle so it would slip into the connector on the TV.

    Overall, I’m happy with the purchase. Sony has basically done it again. The picture quality is very good. With all of the great features and built in internet access, you would be hard pressed to find anything better at this price point.

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  3. 54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressive TV, June 10, 2011
    Mark Rush (Gainesville, FL USA) –

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    Well, my son loaned me his 40 inch TV to take the place of my 5 year old 30 inch TV. I loved the bigger TV because it was so much easier on my aging eyes. I loved that bigger TV…for a solid 8 days, until it broke. I couldn’t simply go back to my 30 incher, so I finally bit the bullet and purchased this TV. After watching it for a week or so, I am very glad I did so.

    The setup was reasonably easy and quick. The TV found my network and connected with no problems. The Internet setup of this TV is somewhat different than that of the Sony Blu-ray I purchased to accompany the TV. The Blu-ray allows me to easily access Amazon’s free-to-Prime customers downloads of movies and TV shows. I haven’t been able to figure out how to make the TV access as easy. Of course, I don’t “need” the TV access because I have access via the Blu-ray player, but in some sense it would still be nice if I could use the TV itself for access. I don’t (yet) subscribe to Netflex or similar services, so unfortunately I have no comment on their ease of use. Edited to add: After the TV updated itself (very easy!) it no longer was able to connect to the Internet. My computer-expert son had to manually connect it. If I was able to subtract a halof-star so that the rating was 4.5 stars, I would do so.

    The instruction book is on the skimpy side. Thankfully there is an “i-manual” on the TV itself, which is handy. Still, I guess I’d have liked more detail in the print manual, especially about issues such as setting up Internet access. On the plus side, the TV just finished up-dating its software with no glitches, so I know that my Internet access is at least semi OK.

    The picture on the TV seems significantly brighter than that on the old TVs. I like this feature. A feature that takes a bit more to get used to is how the TV handles scenes with rapid (or, even in some cases, not so rapid) motion. Often the people or objects seem to “glide” across the scene. It’s hard to describe but I think that once you see it, you’ll understand. Presently this effect is somewhat jarring, but as I’ve watched more on the TV, this effect has become somewhat less disconcerting. Perhaps ultimately I’ll grow accustomed to it.

    The TV definitely runs much cooler than did my 5-year old 30 inch TV or, especially, the 4-year old 40 inch TV. I expect that this difference is due to the use of LCDs as the light source. Given that I live in Florida, this heat saving is hugely appreciated.

    One drawback is that the package did not include any 3-D glasses. Because I doubt I’ll ever watch much (or any) 3-D at home, this point does not bother me.

    Amazon’s delivery was first class. The TV even came a day earlier than initially promised. Of course, unless you live next door to me and get the same delivery person, your mileage may vary.

    Another huge advantage has been Amazon’s low-price guarantee. Merely by checking on Amazon’s web page, I have (so far) saved slightly more than $250 by submitting multiple “found a lower price” link to Amazon. Perhaps if I was more ambitious and looked at still more websites, I could save even more, but checking Amazon’s alone is just so easy….

    EDIT: As I have gained experience with the TV, I’d subtract another half star (and be down to 4 stars) due to frustrating Internet access and even more annoying Sony help. At 12:00 noon today, the Internet access was fine. We watched a free-to-Amazon Prime customer TV show. But at 6:30, with absolutely no changes, it failed. After 30 minutes of repeatedly successfully connecting to my network and the Internet(at least according to the TV) and still being unable to access Amazon I decided to use the apparently helpful Sony help screen built into the TV. There was a nice 800 number, which I dialed…only to discover that 7:10PM Eastern time is “after hours” for Sony help and if I wanted to talk to someone, I had to call some other long-distance number. I decided I’d call tomorrow. I have my fingers crossed…

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