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Bravia KDL-55 W 905 A
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Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Wi-Fi Direct, Face recognition, Internet TV, …

The only problems that Home Cinema Choice had with the KDL-55W905A were a slight hint of crosstalk with 3D and limited viewing angles, but everything else about it is extraordinary, from its superb …

3 reviews

 

Bravia KDL40W905A
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Sony Bravia KDL-40W905A

LCD; Full HD; 40"; 3D-ready, LED Backlight, Media Streaming, Media player, PVR, NFC, 24p, …

If you're bent on getting an LCD TV rather than a plasma model, the KDL-40W905A is one of your best bets, even though it's more expensive than Panasonic's GT60 series. Its picture

8 reviews

 

More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 7/2013 Sony KDL-40W905A Sony's KDL-40W905A is the successor to last year's stunning HW8 range, and it promises to be just as spectacular. … to review

Bravia KD-65 X 9005 A
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Sony Bravia KD-65X9005A

LCD; Ultra HD; 65"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Audio return channel, 3D Conversion, Media player, …

The 65X9005A is an extraordinary TV that lives up to the expectations generated by its massive price tag, but CNET weren't convinced that 4K's benefits can be appreciated at this size.

7 reviews

 

More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 9/2013 Sony KD-65X9005A With the KD-65X9005A, Sony intends to prove once and for all that 4K is not just a fancy marketing term and that having four times more pixels does make a difference. … to review

 
Bravia XBR-84-X-900
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Sony Bravia XBR-84X900

LCD; Ultra HD; 84"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, Media player, 4K upscaling, LED Backlight, …

There aren't many products the KD-84X9005 can be compared to, so if you can't afford it, TechRadar can't suggest many alternatives save for Sony's VW1000ES 4K projector and

4 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 10/2012 Sony KD-84X9005 4K TVs are still exceedingly rare, one of the main reasons being that there's barely any native Ultra HD content yet to feed them. But some companies are slowly starting to launch such sets, and the latest one to join the 4K party has been Sony with the gargantuan KD-84X9005. … to review

Bravia KDL46W905A
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Sony Bravia KDL-46W905A

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, PVR, 24p, Media player, Web browser, Wi-Fi Direct, Face …

"FOR: Stacks of detail; good black levels; crisp 3D. AGAINST: Whites could be brighter; contrast could be better; lacks picture punch of rivals."

3 reviews | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

Bravia KDL-42 W 653 A
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Sony Bravia KDL-42W653A

LCD; Full HD; LED Backlight, Media Streaming, PVR, 24p, Media player, Web browser, Wi- …

Sony's decision to not include 3D in the KDL-42W653A is a fantastic one in TechRadar's opinion, since it helps keep the price down and most people don't care about it anyway. Features …

4 reviews

 

Bravia KD-55X-9005-A
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Sony Bravia KD-55X9005A

LCD; Ultra HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, PVR, Smartphone controlled, 24p, Wi-Fi Direct, …

While the folks at Trusted Reviews would advise going for the KD-55X9005A's larger 65-inch sibling, 55 inches is still a great size to make the most of 4K content, and right now there is no TV …

2 reviews | 7 opinions (Excellent)

 

KDL26EX553
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Sony KDL-26EX553

HD-Ready; Wi-Fi Direct, Internet TV, WLAN, LED Backlight, Media Streaming, 24p

"FOR: Plethora of Internet content; built-in wi-fi; decent colour; smooth, easy-to-watch picture. AGAINST: Expensive; pretty terrible sound quality; could be more detail on offer."

4 reviews | 101 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 10/2012 Sony KDL-26EX553 Second TVs for small rooms such as the kitchen aren't usually impressive affairs since they usually lack advanced features such as streaming capabilities, but Sony wants to change that with the KDL-26EX553. … to review

Bravia KDL40HX853
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Sony Bravia KDL-40HX853

LCD; Full HD; 40"; 3D-ready, 24p, Wi-Fi Direct, Face recognition, Internet TV, WLAN; 200Hz, …

For almost £1000, you should be expecting much more of a TV than what the KDL-40HX853 offers, Computer Act!ve said. Except for slightly better motion handling and backlighting, there's barely …

4 reviews | 76 opinions (Excellent)

 

Bravia KDL-42W-805A
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Sony Bravia KDL-42W805A

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, Web browser, Smartphone controlled, Wi-Fi Direct, 3D Conversion, …

Although the 42W805A can't compare with Sony's W9 series sets in terms of picture quality, it's also much cheaper, so it wouldn't be fair to expect the same performance. In and of …

2 reviews

 

 
Bravia KDL-32 W 653 A
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Sony Bravia KDL-32W653A

LCD; Full HD; 32"; Media player, Web browser, Wi-Fi Direct, Internet TV, LED Backlight, …

The lack of 3D support of the KDL-32W653A isn't really an issue for S21, since at this size it's hard to get an immersive effect anyway, and elsewhere this is a truly impressive TV mainly …

2 reviews | 278 opinions (Excellent)

 

KDL 46 HX850
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Sony Bravia KDL 46HX850

LCD; Full HD; 46"; Internet TV, WLAN; 800Hz

It's not easy to configure and the menus are atrocious, but there's not much more that can be said against the KDL-46HX850 in Wired's opinion. Blacks are deep, colours are fantastic,

1 review

 

More information at: Wired.com, 10/2012 In the Black Sony is probably your best option if you favour LCD TVs over plasma models. The company's new KDL-46HX850 promises to offer most of the HX929 series' appeal for a sizeable chunk of cash less. … to review

Bravia KDL47W805A
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Sony Bravia KDL-47W805A

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, Media player, NFC, LED Backlight, …

For CNET, the KDL-47W805 is a mixed bag, since on one hand it offers fantastic 3D performance, a good selection of smart TV apps and excellent upscaling of SD sources, but on the other hand, its …

3 reviews

 

Bravia KDL55HX853
Sony Bravia KDL-55HX853

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, Face recognition, Integrated camera, Internet TV, WLAN, …

Sony's Bravia KDL-55HX853 pushes most of Pocket-lint's buttons owing to its uniformity, which is impressive for an edge-lit LED TV, good overall picture quality, top-notch connectivity and

6 reviews | 76 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, issue 7/2012 Sony's first 2012 television sets the performance bar sky-high It's not tremendously late to the party, but Sony's undoubtedly a bit tardy in getting its 2012 range of TVs into the shops. Mind you, the company was a little bit stung by the less-than-efusive reception some of its 2011 sets received ... … to review

Bravia KDL-32W5500
Sony KDL-32W5500

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 24p; 100Hz

“Good image quality in DVB-C, very good in regards to USB photos and as PC monitor. Good 100 hz movement optimisation. Home network connection. According to the provider,the CI slot is CI+ …

5 reviews | 108 opinions (Excellent)

 

Bravia KDL-32 HX 753
Sony Bravia KDL-32HX753

Full HD; 32"; 3D-ready, WLAN, LED Backlight, Media Streaming, 24p, Wi-Fi Direct, …

"... its Freeview HD tuner is a delight, consistently delivering exceptional clarity and sharpness. ... The Sony HX753 means you needn't compromise on spec just because you've opted …

4 reviews | 65 opinions (Above average)

 

Bravia KDL-46HX853BU
Sony Bravia KDL-46HX853

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, Wi-Fi Direct, 3D Conversion, Internet TV, WLAN, LED Backlight, …

"FOR: Great design; high-quality black tones and motion; exceptional sound for a flatscreen. AGAINST: DVD upscaling is so-so; contrast could be more dynamic; no glasses included."

4 reviews | 76 opinions (Excellent)

 

Bravia KDL40EX724
Sony Bravia KDL-40EX724

LCD; Full HD; 40"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 24p, Web browser, Smartphone controlled, Wi-Fi Direct, …

Although the Bravia KDL-40EX724 is an excellent TV as far as image quality, connectivity and power efficiency are concerned, its 3D performance is so shockingly awful that T3 concluded that there

6 reviews

 

More information at: Heimkino, issue 6-7/2011 Super picture quality with LED Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) are clearly gaining popularity amongst LED technicians: they promise the best picture at the lowest power consumption. We tested out five LED TV models with screen sizes of between 40 to 46 inches. In test: Five LCD televisions were reviewed: three upper class sets and two top-of-the-range models. Test criteria were image (HDMI), sound, features, workmanship and operation.

Sony KDL-32V5500
Sony KDL-32V5500

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 24p

“A lot of TV for little money, that’s if you don’t want things XXL.”

7 reviews | 63 opinions (Above average)

 

Bravia KDL60LX905
Sony Bravia KDL-60LX905

LCD; Full HD; 60"; 3D-ready, WLAN, LED Backlight

“The Sony KDL-60LX905 looks good, delivers a splendidly massive picture in both 2D and 3D and impresses with its practical haul of features. What more could you want? If you’ve ever sat in front of

5 reviews

 

More information at: Heimkino, issue 12/2010 -1/2011 The biggest ‘HEIMKINO’ TV buyer’s guide A new TV has to be ‘just right’. On the following pages we have organized a selection of TVs from three categories of typical use (home cinema, family TV and multimedia) that have been tested and that we are happy to recommend. Because overlapping is unavoidable, and as some models can apply to several different categories, we’ve included a check-list at the end of our ‘shopping trip’ which lists the most important features from each of our best buys. In test: 18 TVs were tested, including 6 for home theatre systems, 6 for TV enthusiasts and 6 for networkers. One TV did not receive a rating.

 

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Total TV Computer Bild 1/2011 - Surf the internet with the remote control, look at photos, download films: network-capable TVs offer the full entertainment program. Review details: Five TVs were reviewed, that were evaluated according to their image quality (visual test of HDTV and TV reception, laboratory testing ...), sound quality (installed driver, laboratory testing ...) as well as operation and features (cross-over speed, other handling, initial set-up....).

Sony Bravia KDL37W5500 TechRadar UK 11/2009 - A good all-round 37in LCD TV but not quite the refined experience we have come to expect from Sony.

Sony S Series is an absolute steal What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 8/2009 - If you are willing to pay more, you can get all the bells and whistles, but for a good quality budget LCD TV, the KDL-40S5500 is good value and gives a solid performance.

Sony Bravia KDL-40EX1 television. Is this wireless HD TV in the frame? Pocket-lint.co.uk 4/2009 - Sony's 40" LCD TV looks like a picture frame because that's what it can be. When not watching HD video, the Bravia KDL-40EX1 can stream images from your photo albums via the wireless BRAVIA Media Receiver. And what else can it do?

Sony Bravia KDL-46W5500 46in LCD TV TrustedReviews 4/2009 - Backlight inconsistency in some of Sony's new LCD TVs might be traced to pre-production models rather than consumer releases, an important distinction when judging a product. Sony's Bravia KDL-46W5500 46" LCD TV tested here is the production model and with backlighting solved, how does the rest shape up? Review details: Single Test. One LCD TV was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality, sound quality and value.

Sony Bravia KDL-40S2010 CNET.co.uk 10/2006 - Sony's latest range of Bravia LCDs have been setting the AV world alight. We've reviewed several models from the high-end X2000 and V2000 series and been stunned by the class-leading standards of design and performance.

Sony Bravia KDL-40V2000 CNET.co.uk 6/2006 - If you're a global megacorp like Sony and you're struggling to make your customary critical and commercial impact in a particular area of technology, you can do one of two things. You can bail out and plough a fortune into coming up with a new rival technology. Or you can knuckle down and stick at it in a bid to finally do it better than anyone else.

Sony Bravia KDL-46X2000 CNET.co.uk 9/2006 - The KDL-46X2000 is the flagship model of Sony's Bravia LCD TV range and its price reflects this.

Sony MFM-HT75W 17in Multifunction Display TrustedReviews 6/2005 - While Plasma has long been associated with flat TVs, LCD has traditionally been the technology of choice for smaller displays. Things have started to change with LCD TVs now available up to 45in, such as Sharp’s Acquos LC45GD1E, which offers native 1080i resolution. However, at the smaller screen end of the market, a place where Plasma just can’t go, LCD is still very much doing the business.

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