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Sony BRAVIA KDL-46NX810


$3,000.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Looks good - slim, streamlined aesthetics. Image quality - good contrast and deep black levels. Feature complete - includes many of the upper-range technologies.

The Cons:Poor integrated speakers - only loud enough for small rooms. Doesn't include 3D glasses. Expensive for the vast majority of consumers.

The BRAVIA KDL-46NX810 is the 46" model in the upcoming NX810 series of mid-range Sony 3DTVs. Aside from the added 3D support, the models are basically identical to those in the NX800 series, featuring built-in wi-fi, widgets, and an ambient light sensor mechanism to automatically adjust brightness and contrast in response to varying light conditions.

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The 1080p 46NX810 also features LED backlighting to optimize brightness and reduce energy consumption, and 240Hz technology for a smoother moving image. In extremely dark content, parts of the backlight turn off, resulting in a technically infinite dynamic contrast ratio. Models with 55" and 60" screen sizes are also available.

Features

  • 46" LED-backlit LCD
  • 1080p resolution
  • 3D-ready
  • Infinite dynamic contrast ratio (Edge LED)
  • 240Hz technology
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • LightSensor ambient-light sensing
  • BRAVIA Engine 3
  • BRAVIA Internet Video
  • BRAVIA Internet Widgets
  • USB input
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • 20W audio output (10Wx2)

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Pros
  • 4

    looks good - slim, streamlined aesthetics

  • 4

    image quality - good contrast and deep black levels

  • 2

    feature complete - includes many of the upper-range technologies

  • 2

    built-in WiFi

  • 2

    3D capable

  • 2

    1080p, 240Hz

  • 2

    ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the displays brightness and contrast to best suit the room's viewing condition

  • 2

    online streaming functionality from popular outlets such as Hulu +, Netflix, YouTube, etc...

Cons
  • 3

    poor integrated speakers - only loud enough for small rooms

  • 3

    doesn't include 3D glasses

  • 1

    expensive for the vast majority of consumers

  • 0

    operates slowly - especially when using the Yahoo Widgets feature

  • 0

    poor remote control - long, clunky and loud

  • 0

    glossy bezel/stand - easily attracts dust and fingerprints

  • -1

    ineffective illuminated buttons on the remote - glows around the buttons, so you can't read the text

  • -1

    MotionFlow technology can't be used with certain games - especially First Person Shooters

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