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Sony Bravia 40 Class / 1080p / 60hz / 3d Led-lcd Hdtv

Sony Bravia 40 Class / 1080p / 60hz / 3d Led-lcd Hdtv
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This 40 LED-LCD HDTV is Internet Connectable for access to Instant Content, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and more, and features 3D technology for a high-quality dimension of entertainment. To build a complete 3D home theater system, you'll need to purchase 3D glasses designed for this TV. You'll also need a 3D Blu-ray player and high-speed HDMI cable; and we recommend an A/V receiver that is compatible with 3D products. Smart TV Get a world of instant entertainment on this smart TV. Connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music and access a wide variety of other content on your HDTV. Learn more about smart products. Netflix Pandora skype YouTube
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s carlson says...

Hi,Bought this Set on October 13 of 2011,Its a great set but it does need to be calibrated,the vivd setting is gorgeous and the tv was very easy to connect to the internet,I have always swore by Sony and will continue to do so.As Stated the set will need to be fine tuned as far a different picture settings,my vivid is beautiful but the sports mode needs to be set to the proper settings,Geek squad said it cost $200.00 dollars,only when you have watched it for 100 hours can this be done,I went into the volume control and opened the speakers all the way up and the sound is nice.Great t.v. and great company,you will not go wrong with this great set.I have been a sonyman my entire life and always had/have a great experince with their products.

t ross says...

A Sony user for over 30 years with this 3D Bravia replacing a seven year old Sony XBR HD TV. The LED technology lives up to the advertising with the only negative that the viewing must be near the center of the screen as described in most reviews. The quality of the picture is stunning with HD used as a source. Sound from the unit is ok, but you need to add some version of a Home Theater system to really have quality sound. I chose an integrated Sony Sound Bar which works fine.

Xrumermodgods says...

This is the most beautiful television I have found. XBRs are the best TVs around. The glass panel is easy to clean and durable instead of plastic-like materials found on other "high-end" TVs. The edges are coated with a "steel" like material and it is very thin (not as thin as a samsung but thin enough to impress anyone).

brandon campanera says...

This TV is packed with a lot of features, normally if you go out to buy a TV you will need to buy separate stuff to enable certain features. This is our very first ever LCD TV, it was a big jump from our trusty little CRT. But what a difference does size make, the picture is very bright and very sharp. By default the back light is in max you might need to reduce it to adjust it your room depending upon how much bright your room is. The colors are vivid and and very deep, again certain adjustments needs to be done. There are some times when the black does not seem black, but it only happens in really dark scenes. Aesthetically this is a joy to look at and blends in your furniture very well.The mount is very strong and holds the TV in place. Wall mounting the TV would make it look really really cool (have not wall mounted yet). 3D looks really really cool, the glasses are very comfortable to wear and works great with the TV. The problem starts when you move while watching a 3D movie, it looses its 3d capability, its really really annoying, looking up online this seems like a common problem (Hint: Call Sony, they are offering Polarizing Lenses for free of charge).All in all we are really really happy with this TV and will be enjoying it a lot

Arigiohogue says...

I watched Iron Man on Blu-ray and the 3D feature worked well even though it was not a 3D Blu-ray!3D gaming will take sometime to adjust but it is AWSOME!!

Traimacar says...

I get a kick out of CNET. They never seem to rate Sony5 Star yet they will rate a Panasonic 5 Star and in the same breath they say Panasonic black level fadehappen's pretty quick. I looked at Panasonic 3D and Sony 3D at Best Buy and Panasonic does not impress me. I have owned sony TV'S foreever and I can't find betterPicture Quality. I bought one of the first XBR 35 inch Flat Screen's 15 years ago and it still has a great Picture. I gave that to a family member and it is still going strong. The only problem is don't expect these newer TV'S to last that long.

yerikka guzman says...

There is no perfect TV. While some TVs excel at some things and include many features, there is no TV that excels at everything and includes all features. But, this the LX900 comes close.

Nussyperevy says...

This TV (XBR-52LX900) is just plain spectacular in 2D. We were buying our 1st HD after years of waiting and the wait was worth it. We were ready to buy the HX800, when we saw the LX and saw that the 2D was just plain better than the HX. We also preferred the built-in emitter and included glasses for 3D. What we have seen in 3D is great, too; but "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" can only go so far!

Arofefeargo says...

I promised myself not to buy Sony stuff anymore for various reasons, but maybe because my old 12 years old CRT TV was from Sony, the first website I visited was actually Sonys. Usually I do tons of research before I buy anything, not to mention expensive stuff, as I always try to go for most expensive things that I can afford. This time I didnt even look further, but I should have.Because I cannot compare this TV to others (my first HD LCD TV) I will only mention things that I have noticed during few months of owning it. First of all this TV is super expensive and as such I would expect absolutely the best from it. Unfortunately its not the case. Setup and installation was very easy. I didnt even need the manual.Blu-ray picture quality is excellent. HD cable, especially Science and Discovery Channels is also nice. Only I wish I didnt see pixilation which is NOT TVs fault but cable's.Sound coming from the TV is a joke. It is very weak and there is no bass at all. I understand that most of users would hook it up to a receiver; however for this price sound should be much, much better. What I only like about it, how linear volume is, so adjusting it to your likings is very precise. My old Sony at 10% and 100% volume would sound the same.3D simulation on high setting is decent. It creates some illusion of spaciousness but screen flickering is just too much. Real 3D is awesome but flickering is also noticeable. Shouldnt each eye get at least 120Hz to get rid of flicker if the TV is 480Hz? 3D effect is not as great as in a movie theater, but that has to do with screen size difference. I guess. Motion flow PRO creates soap opera like effect. Im not crazy about it.Many power savings options, but they work mysteriously. My kids were watching something and the TV turned off due to inactivity. That face detection either work not so well or it was too dark in my basement. By the way; I wonder if anybody already tried to hack into the TV and spy on people. Think about it. It is connected to the internet and has a camera for face detection. Lastly remote control is very nice but it is not glitch free. I love how it is curved and has tiny legs, no battery cover just the whole thing slides open and has an extra big power on/off button on the back. What is really dumb about it that backlit outlines buttons, but not captions on them, so you have to memorize what each key does. Backlit was a great idea but execution was soooo poor. For this price range there should have been no glitches whatsoever. Im glad I got 4 years of free financing. I wont even feel paying this TV off.

Wellman Laurito says...

This tv is exactly what I expected and is why I bought it. My other Sony LCD XBR has been fantastic and I was eager to see what Sony could do with 3D. It is amazing. Whether I am watching regular tv or 3D, I am thrilled with everything about this purchase - except the trucking company that delivered the tv. FedEx was great at delivering the components, I can't say that about the trucking company.

Cassey Chiu says...

This TV (XBR-52LX900) is just plain spectacular in 2D. We were buying our 1st HD after years of waiting and the wait was worth it. We were ready to buy the HX800, when we saw the LX and saw that the 2D was just plain better than the HX. We also preferred the built-in emitter and included glasses for 3D. What we have seen in 3D is great, too; but "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" can only go so far!

Kruti_khatiwala says...

I do need a review from someone who will own it at the end of this month. Not from someone who take PIP feature as a standard to deduct 2 star from this this TV... Keep you bulky box until 4D set released... lol

Plunnyengef says...

This tv is exactly what I expected and is why I bought it. My other Sony LCD XBR has been fantastic and I was eager to see what Sony could do with 3D. It is amazing. Whether I am watching regular tv or 3D, I am thrilled with everything about this purchase - except the trucking company that delivered the tv. FedEx was great at delivering the components, I can't say that about the trucking company.

Sogyrntgv says...

Sony should make more size of this LX900 It is a very nice TV but more sizes (32"-46") would be nice. I like the LX900 becuase it comes with bulit in 3d, and wifi so you don't have to purchase the glasses and the 3d transmitter. As with all lcd-led tv's you need to buy a good sound bar or sound system as the bulit in speakers are just not goo enough.The price is to high for this tv maybe that has to do with only having two sizes for purchase.

Joy Walters says...

I do need a review from someone who will own it at the end of this month. Not from someone who take PIP feature as a standard to deduct 2 star from this this TV... Keep you bulky box until 4D set released... lol

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