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Sony 46NX713 LED 3D TV - £899.00 (when trading in) @ RGB Direct

£899.00 @ RGB Direct
*** Cheapest price ever for this brilliant TV *** Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted - Create an impression with super-slim style and 3D home viewing: - Full H…
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*** Cheapest price ever for this brilliant TV ***

Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted


- Create an impression with super-slim style and 3D home viewing:

- Full HD 3D Capable - Upgrade your BRAVIA® with optional Active Shutter glasses and 3D transmitter and you’re ready for an amazing Full High Definition 3D experience

- Minimalistic Monolithic Design - Give your room a unique style and sense of space with an elegant, flush screen surface which enhances the viewing experience and looks stunning even when the picture is off

- Dynamic Edge LED - Innovative locally dimming Edge LED technology optimises the backlight for a superior picture and a superb GigaContrast for the whitest whites and blackest blacks

- OptiContrast Panel - Enjoy a spectacular, ultra-clear cinematic picture with an incredibly high contrast, detailed black tones and true sense of depth; the low reflective surface minimises glare

- Wi-Fi® Integrated - Easily connect to your wireless home network without the clutter of cables

- BRAVIA Internet Video - Connect your TV directly to the Internet to access online services, stream full-screen videos and watch the programmes you missed on catch-up TV

- BRAVIA Internet Widgets - Download handy online widgets to your TV to help you keep up-to-date with news from your favourite websites while you watch TV

- Full HD 1080 - Watch TV, movies and games in superb High Definition detail with the 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution

- Motionflow 100Hz PRO - Enjoy smooth, sharp images in fast-moving scenes, such as sports or action movies, with technology that delivers twice the number of images than conventional 50Hz TVs

- BRAVIA ENGINE 3 - View images with impressive detail, optimal contrast, and truer-to-life colour tones

- DLNA - Stream movies, music and photos to your BRAVIA from compatible devices, such as a laptop, mobile phone or music player, no matter where in the home they are located

- Live Colour™ - Select from four modes, Off, Low, Mid, and High, to adjust colour settings for vibrant pictures and optimal image quality

- Invisible Speakers - Enjoy the perfect fusion of image and sound from speakers hidden in the TV design and positioned for ideal sound elevation

- BRAVIA Sync - Control your entire home entertainment system with a universal remote control option which lets you play or adjust settings on compatible devices at the touch of a button

- USB Media Player - Plug in a USB device and enjoy movies, photos and music on your TV using USB playback

- Cinema Mode - Choose from two different cinema modes to reproduce an authentic movie experience at home with unique film-like textures and adjusted colour and brightness settings

- Scene Select - With one-touch of the remote control you can easily enjoy the best atmospheric, dynamic and realistic picture and sound settings to suit whatever youre watching

- 24p True Cinema™ - Reproduce the authentic cinematic experience and enjoy movies exactly as the director intended in 24 frames per second

- Favorites - Mark your favourite channels and Internet videos, browse favourites by genre and quickly go to your favourite content at the touch of the button

- HDMI™ - 4 inputs (2 on rear, 2 on side, all with CEC) make it easier to connect to High Definition sources such as Blu-ray Disc™ and PLAYSTATION®3

- Integrated Freeview TV tuner & HD TV tuner - Access free-to-air digital TV channels & HD channels from Freeview with built-in DVB-T/DVB-T2 tuners

- Connectors - Digital Audio Output (optical) / 4x HDMI Inputs / PC Input / Component Input / Composite Video In / USB 2.0 / 3.5mm MiniJack / PCMCIA Card Slot

- Connectors - RCA AV Input / RF In / Scart Input / BRAVIA Sync, Internet Video & Widgets / DLNA / Wireless LAN Ready

- Dimensions (with stand) - 1083(w) X 690(h) X 270(d)mm / 24.4kg

- Optional Designer Stand - This uniquely designed brushed aluminium TV stand brings an extra element of style to your living room
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#1
"Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted"

What are you basing this wildly inaccurate statement on the name Sony by any chance.? for instance the LG 47LW550T can be had for the same roughly the same price as this one but is just a favourably reviewed on Techradar as this one, and is passive 3D, which is much more affordable way of watching 3D for large families or groups as you can use glasses that you get at the cinema or for just a £1 and these type are a lot more likely not to give you headache whereas this Sony active glasses can do, and when Plex is added to the Lg Tv's with a firmware update soon, the Smart TV part of this set will be worth really owning.

Most people will spend the majority of time still watching 2D programmes and films still, and the 2D picture of the new LG's get excellent reviews as well and this is an important consideration when buying a 3D TV.

I don't own either but for my own personal preference having tried both and if I was in the market for one, then the LG would get my cash to replace my current Sony TV even if in your opinion this Sony is a far superior TV


Edited By: stephenjames84 on Apr 23, 2011 19:53: .
banned 2 Likes #2
stephenjames84
"Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted"

What are you basing this wildly inaccurate statement on the name Sony by any chance or just ignorance? the LG 47LW550T can be had for the same roughly the same price as this one but is just a favourably reviewed on Techradar as this one, and is passive 3D, which is much more affordable way of watching 3D for large families or groups as you can use glasses that you get at the cinema or for just a £1 and these type are a lot more likely not to give you headache whereas this Sony active glasses can do, and when Plex is added to the Lg Tv's with a firmware update soon, the Smart TV part of this set will be worth really owning.

Most people will spend the majority of time still watching 2D programmes and films still, and the 2D picture of the new LG's get excellent reviews as well and this is an important consideration when buying a 3D TV.

I don't own either but have tried both and if I was in the market for one, then the LG would get my cash to replace my current Sony TV

If you knew what you were talking about you would know that active 3D is superior to passive 3D
2 Likes #3
stephenjames84
"Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted"

What are you basing this wildly inaccurate statement on the name Sony by any chance or just ignorance? the LG 47LW550T can be had for the same roughly the same price as this one but is just a favourably reviewed on Techradar as this one, and is passive 3D, which is much more affordable way of watching 3D for large families or groups as you can use glasses that you get at the cinema or for just a £1 and these type are a lot more likely not to give you headache whereas this Sony active glasses can do, and when Plex is added to the Lg Tv's with a firmware update soon, the Smart TV part of this set will be worth really owning.

Most people will spend the majority of time still watching 2D programmes and films still, and the 2D picture of the new LG's get excellent reviews as well and this is an important consideration when buying a 3D TV.

I don't own either but have tried both and if I was in the market for one, then the LG would get my cash to replace my current Sony TV

To be fair Sony is far superior to Samsung and LG.
#4
active 3d still has crosstalk problems especially on older sets, passive tv's don't suffer from this problem as much only downside is the 3d is not full hd
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Hmmmm, superior to Samsung! The same Samsung that supplied panels to Sony?
Indeed Sony's quality has taken a nosedive since it outsourced a greater percentage of its panel supply to Taiwan recently making the 'panel lottery' in their sets a great cause for concern.

Reviews mention it, have you not heard?
1 Like #6
my father in law has a very high end Sony LCD tv and it's not a patch on my old panny plasma, sd picture quality is terrible, picture quality is flat.
not impressed
1 Like #7
LG are the best
banned#8
ohdaesu
my father in law has a very high end Sony LCD tv and it's not a patch on my old panny plasma, sd picture quality is terrible, picture quality is flat.
not impressed

errr ... this is LED not LCD

DOHHHHHHHHHHHH !
3 Likes #9
horacevankhute
stephenjames84
"Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted"

What are you basing this wildly inaccurate statement on the name Sony by any chance or just ignorance? the LG 47LW550T can be had for the same roughly the same price as this one but is just a favourably reviewed on Techradar as this one, and is passive 3D, which is much more affordable way of watching 3D for large families or groups as you can use glasses that you get at the cinema or for just a £1 and these type are a lot more likely not to give you headache whereas this Sony active glasses can do, and when Plex is added to the Lg Tv's with a firmware update soon, the Smart TV part of this set will be worth really owning.

Most people will spend the majority of time still watching 2D programmes and films still, and the 2D picture of the new LG's get excellent reviews as well and this is an important consideration when buying a 3D TV.

I don't own either but have tried both and if I was in the market for one, then the LG would get my cash to replace my current Sony TV

If you knew what you were talking about you would know that active 3D is superior to passive 3D

if you both knew what you were talking about you would know that 3D is FAIL.
#10
horacevankhute
stephenjames84
"Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted"

What are you basing this wildly inaccurate statement on the name Sony by any chance or just ignorance? the LG 47LW550T can be had for the same roughly the same price as this one but is just a favourably reviewed on Techradar as this one, and is passive 3D, which is much more affordable way of watching 3D for large families or groups as you can use glasses that you get at the cinema or for just a £1 and these type are a lot more likely not to give you headache whereas this Sony active glasses can do, and when Plex is added to the Lg Tv's with a firmware update soon, the Smart TV part of this set will be worth really owning.

Most people will spend the majority of time still watching 2D programmes and films still, and the 2D picture of the new LG's get excellent reviews as well and this is an important consideration when buying a 3D TV.

I don't own either but have tried both and if I was in the market for one, then the LG would get my cash to replace my current Sony TV


If you knew what you were talking about you would know that active 3D is superior to passive 3D


No where did I state that passive is better than superior, just more affordable for viewing in groups and less likely to cause headaches, but for the difference in picture which I found pretty comparable(I found the ghosting on the Sony really noticeable but it did seem to have better depth) what I was trying to get across is that the LG offered Smart TV in its package and that is worth more to me than what any Sony can offer for an iffy active 3D picture for a £900 TV

I think what the LG total package offers for £900 over this Sony makes it a machine worth considering and most reviewers seem to agree.

My point was your statement "Superior TV to the LGs and Samsungs recently posted" which I felt was inaccurate.... Try a demo of the LG's compare its 2D as well as 3D, read up on Smart tv and Plex and see what it can do now and in the future and maybe you will find the LG's may not be that inferior.

Edited By: stephenjames84 on Apr 23, 2011 20:29
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shamus1975
LG are the best


Lol - of course you being the all knowing recognised expert that everyone goes to for answers.
2 Likes #12
horacevankhute


errr ... this is LED not LCD

DOHHHHHHHHHHHH !


Duuuhhh - all 'LED' tv's are LCD you fool - LED is just for backlighting.
1 Like #13
nobbyogden
Hmmmm, superior to Samsung! The same Samsung that supplied panels to Sony?
Indeed Sony's quality has taken a nosedive since it outsourced a greater percentage of its panel supply to Taiwan recently making the 'panel lottery' in their sets a great cause for concern.

Reviews mention it, have you not heard?

id be interested to know who did make the panel in this as it is one of those used in the higher end sony televisions such as the HX range, it is an opticontrast panel which makes a massive visible different to colour reproduction and particularly the blacks, this is a veyr thin edge lit LED set, only about an inch and a half the whole way through without any of the protruding processing or cooling areas, its a very nice television to look at aesthetically

woudl be great fro wall mounting also as it would give a very flush finish to the wall, personally im a fan of the monolithic design and its a very good tv set at a very good price, you will not be dissapointed with this television its one of sony's superior sets

how do i know? i worked in a shop for the last 8months selling the things, looking at them everyday and playing with the whole range..

personally though i must say the new samsung 46D8000 is one of the best looking sets i have seen! (is retailing at £2,500 atm though..)

lets face it, the picture is going to look not great either way if your watching SD thats just not what their made for... HD is going to look great on them all, its getting to the point for me when the aesthetics are the important thing and this ticks that box
#14
Bigfootpete
horacevankhute


errr ... this is LED not LCD

DOHHHHHHHHHHHH !

Duuuhhh - all 'LED' tv's are LCD you fool - LED is just for backlighting.

the 150" screen down in my local pub garden is all LED and it looks........ Fugly

but yes you are correct


Edited By: joeprosho on Apr 23, 2011 20:30
1 Like #15
The new samsung D8000 doesnt have the best reviews. Yes its a great looking TV, but it has the same problems last years models had, such as clouding. I had the C7000 and C8000, which i returned and went for this. It looks stunning On or Off! lol

Edited By: anil2 on Apr 23, 2011 20:48
#16
anil2
The new samsung D8000 doesnt have the best reviews. Yes its a great looking TV, but it has the same problems last years models had, such as clouding. I had the C7000 and C8000, which i returned and went for this. It looks stunning On or Off! lol

tbf there are reports of coning and such orther stuff with TV's from this range and such, they do vary in how they leave the factory though, there jsut are differences between identical sets sumtimes, havnt read any reviews on the d8000 yet tbh, just saw it at the gadget show and i twas the only TV which caught my eye

but like i said i cnt relaly say a bad word against this tv particularly at the price, was an easy sell because it looked soo good

Edited By: joeprosho on Apr 23, 2011 20:52
banned 1 Like #17
anil2
The new samsung D8000 doesnt have the best reviews. Yes its a great looking TV, but it has the same problems last years models had, such as clouding. I had the C7000 and C8000, which i returned and went for this. It looks stunning On or Off! lol

The Monolithic Design is stunning and cannot be matched by ANY other brand
#18
horacevankhute
ohdaesu
my father in law has a very high end Sony LCD tv and it's not a patch on my old panny plasma, sd picture quality is terrible, picture quality is flat.
not impressed


errr ... this is LED not LCD

DOHHHHHHHHHHHH !

still an LCD tele but with LED backlights DOH!!
banned#19
ohdaesu
horacevankhute
ohdaesu
my father in law has a very high end Sony LCD tv and it's not a patch on my old panny plasma, sd picture quality is terrible, picture quality is flat.
not impressed

errr ... this is LED not LCD

DOHHHHHHHHHHHH !
still an LCD tele but with LED backlights DOH!!

It is LED backlit .. so what's your problem

DOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH !!
banned 3 Likes #20
Hmmmm nice debate but you are all wrong.....

I can talk from experience as I have at home now a Sony, a LG, a Samsung, a Philips and none of them perform anywhere near the quality of my Alba tv....

At the end of the day people talk this that and tuther about tv's but it is down to the perception of the viewer...I think 3D sucks and is for the cinema, that is just me...I have had tv's that have been from here to hell and back in reviews etc and I thought they were fantastic, it is your own perception, your budget and your expectation that counts, if you meets your expectations what does matter that Joe Bloggs thinks it is crap???

By the way I do not really have an Alba......
#21
Panasonic plasma **** on Sony LED.
go try this sorta trash talk on AVforums.....troll

oh and its only 3D ready.....so you need the optional transmitter aswell as the Sony specs.

3D ready......like HD ready.


Edited By: slackrat77 on Apr 26, 2011 18:43

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