Sony BRAVIA KDL-60NX720
Released May, 2011
The Pros:Slim and clean design, looks impressive and attractive. Despite having durable Gorilla Glass in the front, it's pretty light and easy to set up out of the box. MotionFlow works great, no noticeable blur during sports at all.
The Cons:Using adapters is a little more awkward than it should be.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL-60NX720 is an upper mid-cost 3D LED TV. This TV has a sixty inch LED display powered by Sony's Dynamic Edge LED backlight, which promotes a slim TV design. The display operates at full HD (1080p), and will show 3D with the addition of active shutter glasses.
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The BRAVIA KDL-60NX720's OptiContrast panel elevates the picture to the front surface of the TV and creates a dark background for high contrast picture, even in well-lit rooms. The MotionFlow XR feature of this TV works at 240Hz to compensate for quick screen movements, reducing blur and streaks. The BRAVIA KDL-60NX720's single chip X-Reality Engine utilizes Sony's Intelligent Image Enhancer to improve picture quality and cut down on unwanted noise. This TV comes with integrated WiFi (802.11n), and is Skype-ready, so that you can chat face-to-face in 720p. The BRAVIA Internet Video platform includes Sony's Video On Demand, as well as access to content sites like Netflix, Pandora, HuluPlus, Amazon Video on Demand and YouTube. There is also video and music streaming powered by Qriocity. With the TrackID feature, any song played on the TV will be identified by song/artist/album. This TV differs from the lower cost BRAVIA KDL-55NX720 model in that the BRAVIA KDL-55NX720 model has only a fifty-five inch display. The Sony BRAVIA KDL-60NX720 3D TV has a Monolithic design concept, with a display that draws attention when on, and blends in to the background when off.
- 60" 1080p LED 3D-capable display
- Color: Black
- Dynamic Edge LED backlight
- Monolithic design
- OptiContrast Panel Technology
- Integrated WiFi (802.11n)
- Skype-ready in 720p high definition
- BRAVIA Internet Video and Qriocity
- MotionFlow XR 240Hz
- X-Reality Engine
User Reviews (1)
slim and clean design, looks impressive and attractive
despite having durable Gorilla Glass in the front, it's pretty light and easy to set up out of the box
MotionFlow works great, no noticeable blur during sports at all
built-in online applications are useful, give good access to streaming content
plenty of inputs available, with adapters for anything not built-in
user interface is easy to work with and doesn't completely cover what you're watching
using adapters is a little more awkward than it should be
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