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For you gamers out there, I just posted the results of a lot of input lag tests I ran on my 60" Sony NX720 display. Basically, lag is horrible in Cinema Mode (as expected), but a respectable 2.4 frames of lag in Game Mode no matter how much you adjust the settings. That's pretty good for a 60" screen, and it stays at the level even if you turn on 3D.

Only hardcore gamers will notice a very slight hint of lag (this is measured in 1/60th of a second). Average players won't notice a thing as long as Game Mode is turned on, which is what we've seen from the positive gaming observations made in this thread.

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Not exactly sure what "Black Crush" is or looks like, but I find that the black images are overwhelming in some scenes, with little or no shadow detail. This is the case even after tweaking the settings as recommended by several posters on this forum. No question that the black levels on this set are amazing, but I'm not sure it is worth the loss of detail. For example, black clothing often loses any detail and looks like a big black glob at times.
Is this what is referred to as "black crush," and if so, any thoughts, comments or suggestions? Thanks.

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Yes, that's black crush. There are a lot of settings to play with to address the issue (back light, brightness, black corrector, gamma. etc.).

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Is this more of a problem on the NX720 than on other competiting displays? Any particular settings I should try to minimize it?
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No, it isn't. All TVs can crush blacks if the settings are off.

Just play around with them since it could be any combination of factors. I mean, simply upping the brightness will diminish black crush, though the image can become washed out.

Better yet, invest in a Blu-ray calibration disc. It will help you adjust some of the settings better than you probably can do for yourself.

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I want to hardwire my KDL60NX720 and my BDP-S580 to the internet.
The owners manual suggest that I use cat7 ethernet cable.
Do I really need cat7 or can I use cat6 cable, which I already have?

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I want to hardwire my KDL60NX720 and my BDP-S580 to the internet.
The owners manual suggest that I use cat7 ethernet cable.
Do I really need cat7 or can I use cat6 cable, which I already have?

Cat 5 is what I've been using and it's been working great with my Sony EX700 and S-770.
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Cat 5 is what I've been using and it's been working great with my Sony EX700 and S-770.

Thanks.

I'll use the cat6 cable that I have on hand.

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Here's some info on CAT 7 ethernet cables:

Specifications of the Cat 7 Ethernet Cable

Cat-7 cabling supports frequencies of up to 600 Mhz and speeds of up to 10,000 Mbit/s.
This is a big improvement on previous network cabling speeds (CAT 3: 10 Mhz, CAT 5: 100Mhz, CAT 6: 250 Mhz).
Cat 7a cables can perform up to frequencies of 1000 Mhz and 40 Gbit/s.

CAT7 cables feature even more strict specifications for crosstalk and system noise then CAT 6.
This is achieved through shielding on the individual wire pairs and the cable as a whole.
Category 7 is recognized for all the country organizations members of ISO.

Uses for Cat 7 Cables

Cat-7 network cables can be used for 1000Base-TX, 100Base-T & 10Base-T networking and Cat-7a cables can go up to 10Gbase-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet).
It is important to remember that your network will not perform at Gigabit speeds, unless all of the components are validated at Gigabit speeds.
So you will need not only need gigabit cables, but you will need a gigabit switch, router or hub and also gigabit network cards.

There are two types of Cat7 cables.
One of them is a cross-over cable that is used to connect two devices directly to eachother, eg. a PC directly to another PC or a Hub to another Hub.

However, the majority of Cat7 cables are straight through cables, and these are used to connect computers to hubs and switches.
You can read more about this on the computer network cable page.

CAT7 Cables Summary

CAT7 Cables can either be crossover or straight through cables
CAT7 cables are fairly new and becoming more popular
CAT7 Network Cables support frequencies of up to 250Mhz (CAT 7a up to 500Mhz) and speeds of up to 1000 Mbit/s (CAT 7a up to 10Gbit/s)

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Hi all!

I am awaiting the arrival of my new KDL-60NX720. I have a couple of questions for those who have this display:

1. Does the 60" feel fairly stable on its attached support stand? The TV looks so huge compared to that support.

2. Does anyone know which color temperature setting of "warm 1", or "warm 2", is closest to 6500K?

3. Typically, I have programed my Harmony remote to turn off my present TV's speakers when switching to watching a Blu-ray/DVD, and using my AV receiver. I am not seeing a "speakers off" kind of command in any of the NX720 manuals. Might someone have some insight on this?

Thanks for your time.
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I want to hardwire my KDL60NX720 and my BDP-S580 to the internet.
The owners manual suggest that I use cat7 ethernet cable.
Do I really need cat7 or can I use cat6 cable, which I already have?

cat7 is used for 10gig connections and I would bet you don't have any 10gig connections in your house and your TV doesn't support it. I doubt these tv's even support gigabit...

cat5e or cat6 would be perfect.
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Hi guys. Formerly very happy KDSr60SXRD owner who recently had the dreaded optical block issue. Have corresponded with Sony and they very graciously have offered the KDL60NX720 as a replacement at a very attractive price. The tv looks awesome and I think will be a good replacement for my SXRD. Thought briefly about the 55HX929 but I am not willing to give up the 5" (actually 20% less than my former set).

So anything I should know about these bad boys? I am hoping to get Jeff Meier from Accucal (UMR on the forum) to come and calibrate it. His effort on my old set produced a stunning picture and I am confident he'll do the same with this set.

I have not really considered using it in 3D mode but may play with it a bit. I haven't been impressed so far with the technology. If I was to get glasses, are there better performers than others?

Looking forward to the new set and hope it measures up to the SXRD. Until it's OB failure I was a very happy camper.

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Hi guys. Formerly very happy KDSr60SXRD owner who recently had the dreaded optical block issue.Looking forward to the new set and hope it measures up to the SXRD. Until it's OB failure I was a very happy camper.

Almost exactly the same situation, only I had the 55 and am going up to 60. Hopefully the new TV arrives this week.

I have a question for any others that may have owned KDS55/60A2000s with the matching stand(fit both 55 and 60). Will the KDL60NX720 be able to sit on the stand? Or do those two little latch things near the back get in the way of the base? Gonna look at the manual, but with the tv currently on it, there's no way to tell. It's definitely deep and wide enough according to the base measurements.
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My new 60" NX720 is on a table mounted on the stand and it is listing/tilting to the right. I have tried tightening the bolts on the stand, and adjusting it, but it keeps falling off to the right a few degrees. Does anyone else have this issue? Any thoughts on whether I should return the entire TV or just get Sony to send me a new stand?
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I purchased 3 of the new BR250 3D glasses. I wear glasses and these 3d glasses over mine I find the discomfort unbearable after 10 minutes. Anyone with these glasses might notice 2 holes in the nose piece. Anybody got a guess as to why? Any advice on making these bearable for a at least a movie's length

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Looking forward to the new set and hope it measures up to the SXRD. Until it's OB failure I was a very happy camper.

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I went the exact same route as you for the same reason. Once calibrated, the NX720 will smoke that SXRD. I think you'll be pleased. One caveat is off-center viewing. The NX is inferior to the SXRD in that regard. Loses brightness fairly quickly at an angle.
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Thanks kerplunk1. I think I'll be ok. The room is set up so that there are really five seats that view the TV - a 3 person couch ~10 feet from the tv dead centered on the TV. THe ther two are at about 7' from the display, and are 4'6" off center. I can push the new TV back another foot or so into the cabinet to decrease the angle a bit more from those seats if necessary. I'll have to see how it performs and the best way to locate the seating. It is a dedicated HT/listening/man cave, so I do not have to worry about the WAF too much.

Is it this particular set that has more of an issue with the viewing angle or is it LCDs in general? If this one is worse, what makes it so - the gorilla glass perhaps?

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I went the exact same route as you for the same reason. Once calibrated, the NX720 will smoke that SXRD. I think you'll be pleased. One caveat is off-center viewing. The NX is inferior to the SXRD in that regard. Loses brightness fairly quickly at an angle.

I have to disagree, even after calibration, the nx720 PQ isn't as good as my old SXRD.
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Thanks kerplunk1. I think I'll be ok. The room is set up so that there are really five seats that view the TV - a 3 person couch ~10 feet from the tv dead centered on the TV. THe ther two are at about 7' from the display, and are 4'6" off center. I can push the new TV back another foot or so into the cabinet to decrease the angle a bit more from those seats if necessary. I'll have to see how it performs and the best way to locate the seating. It is a dedicated HT/listening/man cave, so I do not have to worry about the WAF too much.

Is it this particular set that has more of an issue with the viewing angle or is it LCDs in general? If this one is worse, what makes it so - the gorilla glass perhaps?

Jeff

Off axis viewing probably remains of the biggest shortcominggs of lcd/led technology.

Ips panels have probably the best off axis picture quality.
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Off axis viewing probably remains of the biggest shortcominggs of lcd/led technology.

Ips panels have probably the best off axis picture quality.

While in general I completely agree, I have a friend with a 55" LED LCD (LG Infinia 55LW5600 55) and you can walk by it until you are behind it and the picture does not change. Its ridiculous that the viewing angle is nearly 180degrees. As to the SXRD vs NX debate... At a reasonable (correct) distance I am satisfied with the picture of the NX, but with the SXRD I can press my nose to the screen and not see pixels.. But I don't watch tv that way too often, soooooooo
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After a few weeks of research, finally settled on the 55NX720. Placed my order today and should be delivered by Friday. Can't wait for football this weekend
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I have to disagree, even after calibration, the nx720 PQ isn't as good as my old SXRD.

Of course, PQ is somewhat subjective. Never had the opportunity to see my old SXRD and the NX side by side to compare, but I noticed a huge difference.

Observations aside, from a technology standpoint, it would really surprise me to have a 5 year old set be capable of delivering better PQ.
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Of course, PQ is somewhat subjective. Never had the opportunity to see my old SXRD and the NX side by side to compare, but I noticed a huge difference.

Observations aside, from a technology standpoint, it would really surprise me to have a 5 year old set be capable of delivering better PQ.

The 5 year newer set has better bells and whistles. But the SXRD had a better base picture to start with.

I went to the NX720 from the A3000 because of the OB issue. I spent $1300 and I am disappointed to say the least.
  • On the NX720 if you are 11 feet from the screen and directly in front of the left side of the screen, the right side is washed out due to off axis viewing (60" set).
  • The blacks are not even close to what the SXRD could do.
  • I get the green 5:00 shadow on the NX720.

If you are just watching brightly lit sports you will greatly enjoy the NX720. Also, its Netflix interface is great.
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Of course, PQ is somewhat subjective. Never had the opportunity to see my old SXRD and the NX side by side to compare, but I noticed a huge difference.

Observations aside, from a technology standpoint, it would really surprise me to have a 5 year old set be capable of delivering better PQ.

That guy must have THE super duper SXRD or else an improperly calibrated NX720. I have retired my 60" SXRD to occasional use in the bedroom. Mind you, I only got a 2010 60EX600 from the Sony exchange from last year, but it blows the blacks, the colors and the sharpness of any SXRD I have ever seen.

Just my humble opinion.
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Every so often my tv is downloading firmware updates which take up to 5 minutes...is there anywhere I can find out what exactly is changing?
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That guy must have THE super duper SXRD or else an improperly calibrated NX720. I have retired my 60" SXRD to occasional use in the bedroom. Mind you, I only got a 2010 60EX600 from the Sony exchange from last year, but it blows the blacks, the colors and the sharpness of any SXRD I have ever seen.

Just my humble opinion.

We can agree to disagree on this one. Yeah, I'll admit the blacks are much better on the NX720. However, the sharpness and clarity on my SXRD was much better. I used periodically look at my SXRD and say, "Man, that's a good picture" when viewing all sources. Now I can only say that when viewing blu-ray. The only conclusion I can have is that this new TV is much more sensitive to source material.
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We can agree to disagree on this one. Yeah, I'll admit the blacks are much better on the NX720. However, the sharpness and clarity on my SXRD was much better. I used periodically look at my SXRD and say, "Man, that's a good picture" when viewing all sources. Now I can only say that when viewing blu-ray. The only conclusion I can have is that this new TV is much more sensitive to source material.

Was either TV calibrated? I have found that caibration makes a signifcant difference in the PQ. Using others settings will provide an improvement in out of box performance, but nothing beats a calibration by a certified ISF calibrator. I say this as the particular characteristics of sharpness and clarity should be strengths of the LCD panel - the SXRD was superb in my opinion simply because it was a more film like quality - very smooth and not necessarily digitally sharp. Sort of like vinyl vs. digital audio media. Some actually find the LED-LCD display too sharp.

Just my 2 cents.

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I haven't tried out the 3D, so I can't comment on it. I didn't buy any glasses as I'm really not interested in 3D much -- I bought this TV because it had a great 2D picture -- the 3D just came along for the ride. Whatever you're seeing sounds pretty annoying though! Even if I was able to figure out what was causing it, it's unlikely I could *do* anything about. A similar thing just happened to me with an LG set -- it had a weird problem that I identified, but the only way I could fix it was to buy something else. Or call LG and have a service tech take a look.That may turn out to be your only option as well.

That seems to be the thing with the generous return policies most stores have today. If a product gets out to the market and has a few that have an intermittent or rare issue, the maker never gets notified and it doesn't get resolved.
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I think Jeff hit it on the head. My SXRD looks more film like. But by EX700 looks sharper, plus the contrast ratio and blacks to me, makes it look more realistic, no matter what I am watching. The SXRD to me was heads over it's competition, but that was then.

"The fact that it looks so...a more film like quality - very smooth" at the time when ALL TV looked film like. However, the SXRD went smoother and more film like than the rest and that tended to set it apart from most of the competition. It is that quality that I find, makes the SXRD dated by todays standards. I can still enjoy it, however, life TO_ME does not look like a movie on a flat screen.
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Was either TV calibrated? I have found that caibration makes a signifcant difference in the PQ. Using others settings will provide an improvement in out of box performance, but nothing beats a calibration by a certified ISF calibrator. I say this as the particular characteristics of sharpness and clarity should be strengths of the LCD panel - the SXRD was superb in my opinion simply because it was a more film like quality - very smooth and not necessarily digitally sharp. Sort of like vinyl vs. digital audio media. Some actually find the LED-LCD display too sharp.

Just my 2 cents.

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Fair enough. That is why I set my sharpness down to about 15. I did not have them professionally calibrated. For the SXRD I used DVE and Avia discs. For my NX720 I used Disney WOW and Spears and Munsil discs.
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