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  • Jetnfast says:

    Customer Rating Exceeded expectations!, 2011-08-27
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    Overall the television is gorgeous to look at whether it is off or on! The Corning Gorilla glass screen is beautiful and appears very durable. The frame of the television is ultra thin and the weight of the TV itself is around 50 lbs. I am upgrading from an 8 year old sony Trinitron CRT so this was a huge upgrade for me. Having owned the TV for a little less than a month I have not had an opportunity to fully explore all of the features but so far what I have used has been great. For the 1080p test I used my PS3 to play the Inception blu-ray which was spectacular! The 240 motion flow refresh rate was excellent and brought the scenes to life like I have never seen before, even better than I remember in the movie theater. Gaming on the TV hs been limited to Gran Turismo 5 and Tiger Woods golf, both which look excellent. I would say the only negative so far has been the sound which varies alot depending on the scenes in the movie, basically the balance is not the greatest. Overall I am very pleases with the purchase.

  • Julie says:

    Customer Rating Great so far!!!, 2011-08-26
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    I received the Sony 55″ tv in perfect condition. I am not very tech savvy but I was able to set it up and program it for wireless fairly easily. There are a few codes needed and I had to go back and forth between my computer and tv to get the codes and enter them into the tv. I do not plan on using the 3D option so I have no feedback regarding that feature. The picture is fantastic. I was a bit skeptical about the Corning Gorilla Glass with Opticontrast for reducing glare. The tv faces a large window and although it is far better than our last tv regarding glare, I was hoping for even better glare reduction. The Netflix streaming works great! It’s better than on my home pc! I have already watched a few movies via wireless Netflix with absolutely no problems. I tried Pandora and Facebook briefly and those seem to be just fine as well. There are several other apps/widgets that a person can peruse through but I’m sure I won’t ever use most of them. I’m extremely happy with the picture and the functions. The remote control is user friendly enough, except when you want to type something in such as on Facebook or setting up weather stations, it takes a while as expected without a true keyboard. Very nice tv! I highly recommend.

  • BC Online says:

    Customer Rating Sony no Bologna!, 2011-09-09
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    Excellant TV – EZ set-up – fantastic price – instantly sync’d with my Time Warner DVR remote. BIG SCREEN. Would have given 5 stars except the box was open when it arrived, which I wasn’t to happy about, everything was there, and it works great – super picture quality.

  • Customer Rating Sony Bravia KDL55NX720, 2011-09-17
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720 55-inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi, Black
    We had been holding off on the big TV – first, because we had a 10 year old Sony Wega that weighed close to 300 lbs to move out which would have been a royal pain due to a difficult and narrow door that almost made it impossible to bring in originally. Last year we renovated with a full 36″ door, so removed that hurdle. But then my wife got transferred to Norway for the better part of the year, so household upgrades were put on hold. In Norway, we had a 46″ LG in our apartment and decided it was time to get a new HD TV when we returned. My sister has an older Samsung and I was always impressed with it, and several other friends and relatives we know have Samsung or Sharp and they all seemed pretty nice. The LG we had was ok – but not overly impressive. So, upon our return, we did quite a bit of looking at TVs although the choices of places in our area are pretty limited – Sams Club, Sears and Best Buy are about it. The wait was worth it because LED types pricing dropped right into our budget range – at least if we stayed away from the very top of the line. Originally we planned for a 46″ but considering the size of our room and the fact that we gained about 18″ of depth compared to the old beast plus another foot moving the couch all the way back, we had a 14 ft viewing distance so the 55″ made a lot more sense. We were pretty well set on the Samsung until we saw the Sony at Best Buy and it just seemed to have a much more even image – no glaring spots stood out as too overly contrasty or what I felt looked like hot spots on bright white areas of the Samsung – it seems the edge light with local dimming made a bigger difference than we thought. Again. at Sams Club, the same held true – the Sony was a 2010 model but still the image just seemed more even overall – not overly contrasty anywhere – obviously we knew these TVs could have been setup differently but the richness and clarity of the images without excessively glaring whites on the Sony was the biggest thing that swung us from the Samsung. Price was also very attractive – Sams dropped the price to under $1600 probably because they were trying to clear out the last of the 201o’s. Doing my due diligence price checking on-line, I found this 2011 model here on AMazon for just under $1650. The few extra enhancements seemed worth the small additional cost – actually less cost since I saved the gas of another trip and the sales tax. Well, we are completely thrilled. The old TV was donated to a family that lost all their electronics due to a lightning strike – easily moved out through the new door. The Amazon contract delivery was right on time – calling at least twice to arrange the delivery time and again an hour before arrival. My only complaint is they left the TV leaning up against the cabinet and would not wait the 10 minutes for me to assemble the base and assist me in lifting it onto the base. They said they were not allowed – just had to power it up to see it work. However, I did make them wait until I connected the cable and used the remote to make sure the image was normal and all things were working. So after cleaning up the mess they left of the packing materials, I got the TV fully set up and it was fantastic from the get go. Going for the 55″ was the best choice for us too – we have the perfect space for it. The only complaint I have is the speakers are not very good – some say due to the thinner depth of the LED TVs – but then Bose seems to do pretty good getting rich sound from small enclosures. No matter – I have an old 5.1 Yamaha and some decent speakers so the sound is great. Minor complaint is putting the connectors on the back off to one side rather than near the middle and having some connectors on the side that would be better on the back. The ambient sensor I had to disable since my center speaker temporarily sits in front of the TV and the base is not high enough to clear it – will be a non-issue once TV is wall mounted. The Internet wifi connected right off and has been no problem – I even setup the iphone remote app but generally just use the unified cable box remote. I’m still playing around with the scene/image settings so can’t advise on the best – most things look fine using the default. For the motion settings, I find the default works perfectly fine, choosing the extra-smooth seems to dim the image too much. The default setting seems to be fine for baseball and football so far – we’ll see about hockey soon. Overall we are thrilled and feel we made the best choice – I would recommend this model for anyone, especially at the price we got it – have not checked into the 3D yet – not a big attraction for us – we don’t watch movies much – more into sports – of course your mileage may vary. But5 without going to a top of the line model for a lot more $$$ I find it hard to see any better. Also, for the record – Vizio does have some really great images – just the boxy looking thick bezel would not fly for my wife, otherwise I might be looking at a Vizio right now!

  • Nev Lockwood says:

    Customer Rating Great TV….for the one day it worked…now replaced, 2011-08-17
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    Picture and options very nice. Watched a football game in HD on the first day.

    Stopped working the second day (LED on front blinks 5 times….Sony response – it needs service).

    Returned to Amazon (they shipped replacement with no questions). I turned off auto software update just in case and everything good ever since.

    Changed review from 1 star to 4.

  • Customer Rating Extraordinarily good HDTV at a great price, 2011-09-09
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    I am extraordinarily pleased with this purchase. I replaced a 12 year old Pioneer Elite 62″ rear projection HDTV that was too old to support HDMI. It had an incredible picture for most of it’s life but was starting to dim and the convergence was going away. The Sony’s picture quality is just superb. The contrast is as good as most of the plasmas I looked at. The Gorilla Glass really makes a difference. It has the nice glossy look but no glare. It is far better in this regard than my Pioneer was. I still can’t believe how thin it is when I walk past it. The off-angle viewing is really good as well. I’ve read that LCDs struggle in that area but I can’t tell with this one.

    I have an older Onkyo home theater receiver and I opted to connect all my HDMI sources (PS3, XBOX 360, Cable, Apple TV) to the TV and ran optical digital audio to the Onkyo. It just worked. My Logitech Harmony One controller had no issues controlling it.

    The price really sealed the deal. At most places I looked the price was $750 higher than what I paid. I was worried about buying a TV online but the delivery was uneventful.

  • Paul T says:

    Customer Rating Sony 55″, 2011-08-14
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL55NX720
    I am very pleased with my new television. It has an excellent picture and the remote is easy to operate. I have other Sony televisions and have never had a problem with any of them. I am also pleased with purchasing the TV from Amazon. I had previously purchased TV’s for two or three online stores in the New York Area. These companies immediately called and tried to sell me additional products and extended warranties. I did not like their hard sell approach. Buying from Amazon was much different. Once I made the purchase there were no followup phone calls. They kept me well informed till the product arrived. I will continue to support Amazon with other purchases.

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