Today we’ve got an absolutely magnificent piece of hardware to review for you, and you’re going to be absolutely blown away by the Sony Bravia XBR46HX929, a fairly large but beautiful home theater display device.
The Sony Bravia XBR46HX929 is a forty six inch 1080p LED television that offers onboard wi-fi, 3D capability (that is itself in full 1080p), the X-Reality PRO Engine for advanced image processing, Corning Gorilla Glass in the display (much like Apple devices) to provide extra durability and increase brightness and contrast, as well as minimize light reflections. You’ll also get Bravia Sync capability, LightSensor systems to automatically adjust brightness levels based on conditions, four HDMI ports, one component video input, one composite video input, two USB ports, one analog audio input, one PC input, one Ethernet jack, one digital audio output and one headphone jack.
There’s just about everything you could want here–it handles most of today’s current needs nicely and provides an excellent base point for your future needs in regards to streaming. It doesn’t handle your older hardware so well, though, but for the most part you’ll want up to date gear to take advantage of that HDMI connection suite anyway. The picture is positively breathtaking, and the sound is pretty nice for television speakers. Basically, it’s about all you could want if you have a room sufficiently small to accommodate a forty six inch display nicely.
And of course, for a system this impressive, you can expect to pay a healthy sum for such an impressive piece of hardware. And you certainly will: the folks at Amazon are asking $2,203.98 for one of these, which is very much on the higher end, but well worth the cost.
In fact, that’s the best way to describe the Sony Bravia XBR46HX929: well worth the cost. It’s an incredible display system that will show off your components’ performance to its utmost. It’ll cost like that, but there’s no denying the impressive.