Sony Bravia KDL46EX720 LED Television Review-A Bit Overpriced But Still Good

Sony has given us a lot of interesting pieces in their time, and we’ll get another one worth looking at by way of the Sony Bravia KDL46EX720, a fairly large and still very impressive piece that might cost a little more than it should, but will still prove a decent bargain all the same.

The Sony Bravia KDL46EX720 is a forty six inch 1080p LED television that offers 3D capability once you get all the components together, a 240 Hz refresh rate to cut down on blurring as much as possible, both Edge LED Backlighting and the X-Reality Engine technology to promote the best possible picture, Internet streaming capability which gives you a host of streaming video sources as well as some extra stuff like Skype video conferencing, a presence sensor that automatically turns off the picture with no one in the room (which is great for those people who like using television as “background noise”), four HDMI ports, one component video input, two composite video inputs, two USB ports, an RF connection, two PC inputs, and an ethernet jack.

The picture is terrific, with a variety of augmentations backing it up, and the sound not so much, with precious little to note there. There’s plenty of great applications here, lots of features, and it will handle today’s hardware and tomorrow’s streaming capability nicely. Of course, I’m not at all happy with the lack of love for older gear, but then, in a 3D television, it would be sort of out of place anyway.

There are two different places where you can get this for fourteen hundred thirty eight dollars, which I think is a bit much, but still within reason for a large television in the newest technology style.

And if you’re looking to get in a new television, you’ll have a good candidate in the Sony Bravia KDL46EX720.