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Sony Bravia 52" 3D HX909 Series HDTV Review

Posted: July 29, 2010
Sony Bravia 52" 3D HX909 Series HDTV Review
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Bring 3D into your home with the Sony Bravia 52" 3D HX909 HDTV which an unprecedented infinite dynamic contrast ratio, 240 Hz smooth motion, Bravia Internet video and more for $3,600. Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira put this TV to the test.

What You Need To Know

  • This Bravia features Sony's new "monolithic" design, which makes this one of the sleekest TV we've seen.
  • It measures just under 3" thick.
  • Some inputs are on the back and some are on the side (like 2 HDMIs), so you might not have to drill holes in your wall if you wall-mount it.
  • The monolith design also gives the whole TV a uniform feel.
  • Not only is this TV 3D, but also can up-convert normal 2D content to 3D.
  • It also have streaming Bravia content, all of which works well.
  • Sony's 3D is good but not the best we've seen.
  • The ghosting of a second image (or crosstalk) is visible some of the time, and the glasses flicker just enough to annoy you, but it's not all the time.
  • It's not better than Panasonic's 3D but definitely more watchable than Samsung's.
  • The 2D to 3D conversion was also interesting, but not necessarily something you'd want to watch for long periods.
  • The Bravia Internet content is always something we really like, because there's so much of it. The interface is also very easy to use.
  • Somehow, the dynamic contrast ratio is not 5 million or 7 million to 1, but infinite, which translates into an amazing picture.
  • This has some of the smoothest picture quality we've seen, meaning that fast moving scenes look amazing because of the details you can pick out.
  • Blacks are incredibly deep and colors are vivid and accurate.
  • Our one complaint is there is a little bit of washout from the LED backlight in darker scenes.
  • Other than that, it's practically perfect.

Price

  • $3,600.00

Rating

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  • Joshua W.K.

    STOP WITH THE FREAKIN COMMERCIALS BEFORE EVERY SEGMENT!

    Posted: July 30, 2010 6:46 PM
    Joshua+W.K.
  • Blue_Vortex

    I know I've said this in the past before but still, I don't understand how this can be called a 3D tv if we're using glasses (my only logical guess is that it's receiving 2 visual signals and combing them into one and you can set how far each visual is set apart in distance to vary the 3D effect).

    I rather see a tv with a built in camera that tracks your head position and movement and use it to make a window effect.

    Posted: July 30, 2010 2:34 PM
    Blue_Vortex
  • dantastic4

    Life in 3D is much better.

    Posted: July 30, 2010 11:13 AM
    dantastic4
  • Peragulator

    JESUS H CHRIST DO I HAVE 2 SEE THIS FAKKIN AD EVERY FREAKIN TIME?!!!!

    Posted: July 30, 2010 1:54 AM
    Peragulator
  • Twenty_20

    carbonite key penis lmao good one kevin

    Posted: July 30, 2010 12:22 AM
    Twenty_20
  • J_Boolihans

    I really don't enjoy watching 3d movies more often than once a year.

    Posted: July 29, 2010 9:00 PM
    J_Boolihans
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