Sony BRAVIA KDL-46HX800 3D LED television

This LED TV supports 3D viewing and has excellent integrated IPTV features

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
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    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 2,999.00 (AUD)

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james connel



HEAD TILT-LOSE 3D somewhat,not much else
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Lucky for us,how fast prices on tv's/av drop.Approx. 6 mths after its release,cost had dropped dramatically to half the original RRP! So for such a loaded tv it was a no-brainer. Motionflow pro 200hz-Dynamic edgelit lcd panel,BTW the dynamic led dimming is no gimmick,once calibrated properly,ive never seen bluray look this good.Along with the rest of performance theres nothing negatively important to mention except losing effect to some degree if you tilt your head while watching 3D,which even in broad daylight is beautifully colourful,vibrant & full of depth.Fast,swooping panning shots are easy pickings to this tv.So along with inky atmospheric blacks & punchy whites along with stellar looks,good but not bombproof build,still in late 2011,early 2012 this led lcd still keeps up with best in class for PQ,but the closed line web access is where its fallen very slightly behind,but who cares with quality this good,right?

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