Sony KDL40HX800 HDTV Review
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Pros: Deep blacks and produces clean sharp visuals. It is 3D ready and comes with an attractive styling.
Cons: A bit small for a full 3 Dimensional impact and receiver along with 3D accessories like 3D glasses are separately sold.
Description: The Sony BRAVIA KDL40HX800 is a 40 inch HDTV that would make you say, it is classy. The TV features edge lit which means that LEDs sit inside the bezel enabling the TV to look slimmer. It looks so great hang from the wall. It also includes the power button located on the underside for some reasons.
- Sony Bravia’s Internet Video with content streaming from SBS, Yahoo! 7 and others as well as supports DLNA. These are all available from the Xross Media Bar Menu.
- 40 inch screen, although small, it does not take away from you the chance to experience immersive 3D viewing. The size however is decent enough for most of the materials in a modern room.
- MotionFlow Pro 200Hz that delivers more beautiful sport replay, and has the capacity to display better quality picture because of the Bravia Engine 3 and the local backlight dimming.
- 3D receiver port for connections are comprehensive with the HDMI slots provisions, three AV inputs, two components and PC connector.
Performance: People were not thrilled about the edge-lit LED set ups for they have less quality comparison and tone down colors. But this latest version from Sony would end up such concept. When you are turning up the backlight too much it will result into some spotting in black areas which is called as backlight clouding. But when it is turned down, this is where you can basically see that it is real HDTV.
This model proved about how Sony excelled in image processing. Of all of the models around, the HX800 is one of the sharpest and most detailed set. The images displayed from videos are noise free and are razor-sharp naturally.
Sony stands out with standard definition because it is smoother in movement and three dimensional images. The 3D experience is immersive and the effect is the real definition of what 3D is all about.
Apart from the other features, the TV has 2D and 3D while it is added with a bit more depth. The sound quality was one of the best features of the Sony HX800 as they come with much better speakers compared to other brand and models. It does not go loud or gone distort even hours of audio playing.
Sony created another amazing model with all features that defines real 3D HDTV with more of the pros sufficing the cons of many other manufacturers of famous branding HDTV that are out in the market as well.
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