Sony BRAVIA KDL-46HX820
Released May, 2011
The Pros:No need for a sold-separately WiFi adapter. "Monolithic Design" is very visually striking. TrackID retrieves song information for anything being played.
The Cons:Edge-lit LED dimming offers poor performance compared to full-array local dimming. WiFi Direct functionality requires a firmware update.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL-46HX820 is a high-definition LED LCD display capable of 3D performance. This is similar to the Sony BRAVIA KDL-55HX820, but has a 46 inch display. In all other ways they are the same, including support for full 1080p high definition pictures.
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Backlighting is handled through Dynamic Edge LED technology, and the Monolithic Design draws attention to the picture when the unit is turned on. Fast-moving video is also aided by MotionFlow XR 480 technology, ensuring crisp display of every frame. Integrated Wi-Fi enables access to BRAVIA Internet Video and Qriocity for a wide variety of videos and apps, and the X-Reality PRO engine ensures that little to no lag interferes when using gaming consoles.
- Full HD (1080p) picture quality
- 46 in diagonal display
- Dynamic Edge LED backlight
- Sleek Monolithic Design with OptiContrast Panel Technology
- Integrated Wi-Fi (802.11n)
- Skype ready
- BRAVIA Internet Video and Qriocity
- X-Reality PRO Engine
- MotionFlow XR 480
User Reviews (1)
No need for a sold-separately WiFi adapter.
"Monolithic Design" is very visually striking.
TrackID retrieves song information for anything being played.
MotionFlow XR 480 makes video games look very clear.
Free apps on the iPhone and Android App Markets allow for smartphone-as-remote functionality.
Edge-lit LED dimming offers poor performance compared to full-array local dimming.
WiFi Direct functionality requires a firmware update.
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