£716.09 Sony Bravia 46" 1080 HD Active 3D LED TV with Internet, Skype, WiFi, Freeview HD, Monolithic Stand/ Soundbar! KDL46NX723BTN @ TribalUK
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£716.09 Sony Bravia 46" 1080 HD Active 3D LED TV with Internet, Skype, WiFi, Freeview HD, Monolithic Stand/ Soundbar! KDL46NX723BTN @ TribalUK

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Found 23rd Apr 2012
Requires Code 7tribal to get the price down to £716.09

Seems like a lot of T.V for the money!

This T.V really does seem to have it all...apart from the glasses :-(

Change the way you see TV with Monolithic Design. 46", Full HD 3D TV with Edge LED, Motionflow XR 200, Wi-Fi, Internet video and Skype. Ultra-slim LED screen with Monolithic Design. Watch Internet videos and make calls with Skype. Smooth, high quality viewing in 2D and 3D. Also included is the Monolithic Design TV stand with built-in speakers, subwoofer and 6 degree angle positioning for low furniture

FeaturesKDL-46NX723

Full HD picture with crisp detail - Enjoy 2D and 3D pictures in high definition with Full HD 1080 technology
Superior 3D picture - Enjoy lifelike 3D action in Full HD quality. 3D from Sony delivers the clearest, brightest 3D pictures from a wide viewing angle
Edge LED for high picture contrast - Benefit from enhanced colour intensity, high contrast and improved energy efficiency, all within a slim screen design
Give the room unique style with Monolithic Design - Add a sense of space with an elegant, flush screen surface which enhances viewing and looks stunning even when the picture is off
Built-in Wi-Fi® to easily connect to the Internet - Stream entertainment from your wireless home network and the Internet without the clutter of cables
Enjoy the best of the web on the big screen - Connect your TV to the web and stream full-screen Internet videos or keep up-to-date on social networks (firmware upgrade needed)
Ready for video and voice calls with Skype™ - Add a voice control camera and microphone and make free Skype™ calls to friends and family from the comfort of your sofa
Browse the Internet on your TV screen - Visit your favourite websites and search the Internet (display of embedded video not supported)
See action clearly with Motionflow XR 200 - See action sequences at the equivalent of 200 frames per second and enjoy a clearer picture with less judder and blur
Natural colours and clear, detailed pictures - See crisp detail with no degradation or noise, even for Standard Definition pictures, with the X-Reality picture engine
Cinematic picture quality with OptiContrast Panel - Enjoy high contrast and detailed black tones with minimized glare from ambient light in the room
Control your TV using free mobile phone apps - Use a smartphone as a TV remote control or second display screen for online video with Media Remote (firmware upgrade needed)
Get full details about a movie you’re watching - Find out detailed information about the cast and crew of movies and TV shows you’re watching using Video Search
Share entertainment from around the home with DLNA - Stream movies, music and photos to your TV from DLNA compatible devices, such as a laptop, mobile phone or music player
Connect directly to other Wi-Fi® devices - With a firmware update your TV can connect directly to other Wi-Fi® Direct devices without cables, routers or complicated settings
Record TV shows to an external hard drive - Save the TV programmes you watch to a Hard Disk Drive via USB and watch them back when it suits you (may require firmware upgrade)
Let Intelligent Presence Sensor do the thinking - Let the TV warn the kids if they sit too close, save energy when you stop watching and optimize pictures to your viewing position
Optimize picture quality to suit ambient light - Let the TV automatically optimize image quality by detecting room brightness and colour temperature using the Ambient Sensor
3D sound with a 5 channel audio effect - Get a digital 3D surround sound effect from your TV speakers with S-Force 3D Front Surround
Built-in access to Freeview HD - Access digital HD channels with a built-in Freeview HD TV tuner (DVB-T2): no need for a set-top box or extra cables
Get benefits and exclusive offers with My Sony - Register your BRAVIA® TV and become a My Sony member for exclusive access to tutorials, special offers and more
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I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. And £1 for a 20 inch Ferguson. These modern tellies are a rip off they all display the same rubbish.
3spartan

I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. … I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. And £1 for a 20 inch Ferguson. These modern tellies are a rip off they all display the same rubbish.



But how did you install a web browser on your Spectrum ZX?
My PC is top end 2004 running Ubuntu tyvm. Monitor is 19 inch CRT, paid £1 for it
3spartan

I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. … I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. And £1 for a 20 inch Ferguson. These modern tellies are a rip off they all display the same rubbish.



In 1995?
3spartan

I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. … I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. And £1 for a 20 inch Ferguson. These modern tellies are a rip off they all display the same rubbish.



From a car boot sale?
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This guy gives it a biased review!! Not a bad job though, let me know if you make it through all 13 minutes of it!! YouTubeLinkReview oO
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probably the best TV available on the market at the moment

hot
A mate has just got one of these , yes the 3d is soso but the 2d picture (at least on his) is fantastic and the sound bar really adds some extra oomph , not surround effects but just a better stereo sound, deeper and clearer.
Ray Davies

probably the best TV available on the market at the momenthot



you serious oO

the new samsung es8000 would destroy this, but a 55" is 2500.00
I think best is HX series. NX series is discontinued. But hot for this price. John lewis is selling NX 40 for 729
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is this better then the panasonic TX-P50G30B, or am i just igniting the led vs plasma debate?
Lush.

http://www.sumnersonline.co.uk/uploads/Products/product_324/5.jpg
deelz001

is this better then the panasonic TX-P50G30B, or am i just igniting the … is this better then the panasonic TX-P50G30B, or am i just igniting the led vs plasma debate?



Think at this level it comes down to preference, personally I like Sony products but I prefer the Plasma picture so it'd be the Panasonic all day long for me. Serious, technically based answers will obviously ignite your debate!
What is the picture quality when you look at it from short distance - 1 - 2 meters?
I paid 899 for this in January from John Lewis. (with free 5 year g'tee). Great TV and very stylish.
The NX is the same screen as the fated EX range9which has terrible 3D reviews.

Pay a bit more and get the HX,much better,especially if you are wanting to use it for 3D viewing
Does anyone know if this has built in iPlayer etc - Also from experience some Sony DLNA content is not playable - can this play the equivalent files (music/video/photo) to that of the pS3 which I currently use and works with most file formats...??
DemonIT

But how did you install a web browser on your Spectrum ZX?



LMFAO!, that's the best comment I've ever seen on HUKD

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I had a choice to between this and This. I choose samsung.

This tv has inbuilt webcamera. I didnt know that this tv also has inbuilt wifi!!
has anyone tried to hang one of these on the wall? whats the weight?
KitKatFox

Think at this level it comes down to preference, personally I like Sony … Think at this level it comes down to preference, personally I like Sony products but I prefer the Plasma picture so it'd be the Panasonic all day long for me. Serious, technically based answers will obviously ignite your debate!



totally agree, Panasonic Plasma is the best if your looking for a large size TV.
lebreud

Does anyone know if this has built in iPlayer etc - Also from experience … Does anyone know if this has built in iPlayer etc - Also from experience some Sony DLNA content is not playable - can this play the equivalent files (music/video/photo) to that of the pS3 which I currently use and works with most file formats...??



I've had this TV for a while (without the soundbar stand) and paid a fair bit more than this for it. It is brilliant and all my mates comment on how good the picture is. It does have iPlayer built in as well as 5FWD (for what it's worth). Every media file that I can play/watch on my PS3 will play on the TV via my DLNA/UPnP server.

I can't comment on 3D, as never bought the additional 3D sync transmitter. But I think if you're looking for a 3D TV, you're probably better off getting something else.
KomG

has anyone tried to hang one of these on the wall? whats the weight?



Mine's on the wall using a cheap bracket from Amazon. Amazing value and good quality:

hotukdeals.com/dea…594
Is this better than Samsung UE55D8000?
COLD! bought this tv around 1 and a 1/2 weeks ago from john lewis, got the tv plus sound bar + SONY 3D BLURAAY PLAYER + 5YRS GUARANTEE all for £800. so it doesn't compare im afraid.
I have this TV, best TV I've ever owned, I also have a 50" Panny. I watched the grand prix on iplayer last night, (built in wireless). I have mine on the wall so don't use the soundbar but I have heard one with the soundbar and it's very good. Can't honestly say I watch much in 3D, the odd bluray but seems ok to me.
I've just measured it, it's 67mm from the wall to the front of the screen. It' frameless and very thin so everyone that comes into the room comments on how nice it looks.
Sony with Bravia Engine is much better than any Panasonic Plasma. End of story. Motionflow is truly remarkable technology that makes you feel part of the motion picture. At this price you'd be insane not to buy into the Sony family of home entertainment products. HOT! HOT! HOT!
OMG this is a truly beautiful piece of kit.

Shame that you have to lose the soundbar if wallmounting.

Are they ultrathin as well BTW?
3spartan

I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. … I paid £6 for my 20 inch Aiwa with built in video recorder AND videoplus. And £1 for a 20 inch Ferguson. These modern tellies are a rip off they all display the same rubbish.



I paid 38p for a loaf of value bread and a tin of smartprice beans. Why bother with taking the wife to restaurants? It's just food.

Also, lol at "Videoplus".
DemonIT

But how did you install a web browser on your Spectrum ZX?



Just got it. lol
whats the dimensions?
watcher456

COLD! bought this tv around 1 and a 1/2 weeks ago from john lewis, got … COLD! bought this tv around 1 and a 1/2 weeks ago from john lewis, got the tv plus sound bar + SONY 3D BLURAAY PLAYER + 5YRS GUARANTEE all for £800. so it doesn't compare im afraid.



Why vote cold, wouldn't it have been more helpful to have posted your great deal, could have helped others
Well, I am only go for full led or plasma, edge led is still not quite there yet, and there are lots reasonable priced plasma out there, I know people will say edge led is more efficient but for 15 or 20 pound difference a year, I would rather choose plasma, especially panasonic one. Currently I have LG 47 LE8900, bought it at a bargain price last Christmas, just realize how much difference between full led and edge one. I always recommend going to the shop and look at it first, but I do like the sexy stand
quick question, if you guys wall mount these where do you put your other stuff, like ps3, sky box etc
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wait so you guys are sayings sony bravia > panasonic TX-P50GT30B? as i am looking to buy the 50 inch 3d panny i would be very much grateful if someone told me the pros and cons of both or put simply which ones superior and why. Also, not too fussed about the sound bar as I have a 5.1 system anyway

Edited by: "deelz001" 24th Apr 2012
spratty

I've had this TV for a while (without the soundbar stand) and paid a fair … I've had this TV for a while (without the soundbar stand) and paid a fair bit more than this for it. It is brilliant and all my mates comment on how good the picture is. It does have iPlayer built in as well as 5FWD (for what it's worth). Every media file that I can play/watch on my PS3 will play on the TV via my DLNA/UPnP server.I can't comment on 3D, as never bought the additional 3D sync transmitter. But I think if you're looking for a 3D TV, you're probably better off getting something else.



Doesn't need a transmitter.. It's built in. Just need the glasses.

Cracking TV, somebody said it uses the same screen as the EX series.. No that's a lie just somebody trying to justify why there TV is better. I have an EX model, and the difference between the 2 is huge! Colours much better on HX. Cracking price, discontinued models making way for the 753 range. So they are dirt cheap, and better then any Samdung or Panny at it's level.
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michalko

What is the picture quality when you look at it from short distance - 1 - … What is the picture quality when you look at it from short distance - 1 - 2 meters?



Kind of similar to 0-1 meters, only a bit smaller.
StJimmy

quick question, if you guys wall mount these where do you put your other … quick question, if you guys wall mount these where do you put your other stuff, like ps3, sky box etc



On a stand underneath the wall mount usually. Try these ebay.co.uk/itm…177 as a basic idea.
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watcher456

COLD! bought this tv around 1 and a 1/2 weeks ago from john lewis, got … COLD! bought this tv around 1 and a 1/2 weeks ago from john lewis, got the tv plus sound bar + SONY 3D BLURAAY PLAYER + 5YRS GUARANTEE all for £800. so it doesn't compare im afraid.



So after you get this price matched, you paid £100 for a blu ray player. And you think it doesn't compare at all?

Not sure if serious...
i have this tv. it is simply amazing. even turned off this thing is a beauty. get alot of compliments on thgis tv. bought 2, with 5 year warranty from M&S. BUY BUY BUY
deelz001

wait so you guys are sayings sony bravia panasonic TX-P50G30B? as i am … wait so you guys are sayings sony bravia > panasonic TX-P50G30B? as i am looking to buy the 50 inch panny i would be very much grateful if someone told me the pros and cons of both or put simply which ones superior and why. Also, not too fussed about the sound bar as I have a 5.1 system anyway



Depends what you want out of a TV. Plasma's handle a more natural colour, but there's a reason they are so cheap now. Only reason Panasonic still make them is because they invested so much money into it they can't pull out. Where as the other brands, like Sony only now produce LED models.

Panny TV has no WiFi built in, so that's extra. Sony does. Panny has 20W speakers, Sony has 40W. Not much differance but still better. Panny's "600hz" is Equivilent to a 200hz Sony, based on the way they measure there refresh rate against Sony. More online service content with Sony if you bothered and going to use it. The Sony looks much nice when it's off too, which matters to some. Plus LED more energy efficient, lighter, higher viewing angle

Thats just a quick compare on the specs of each model. Personal choice is a different thing, TV is a long time investment and something you will use for years..
Edited by: "mastahpeo" 24th Apr 2012
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