Sony TV reviews

All our Sony TV reviews from 2010 and 2009 in one place

Thinking of buying a Sony TV? BRAVIA LCD and LED TVs from Sony come in a huge range of sizes, prices and feature-sets. Basic models compete in price with other brands like LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, and even Kogan. Sony's best TVs are full of features like 3D playback, Internet and video on demand and are often very stylish. We've put together a full list of our Sony TV reviews from 2010 and 2009 — check them out.

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Sony's BRAVIA KDL-46HX800 is impressive. It has better black levels than last year's plasma TVs, and even its default settings deliver a great level of detail without being excessively sharp. It is expensive though, and if you want to view 3D content you’ll need to shell out even more.

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  • 2nd Aug., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Great black levels, good default sharpness levels, good detail, excellent BRAVIA Internet Video service
  • Cons:
  • Expensive, 3D receiver and glasses must be purchased separately
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