Originally Posted by devilbones
Do any of these come with the USB adapter for WIFI? On the site it says some may be included but does not specify.
The 723's (my understanding is that those are BestBuy exclusive-but i could be wrong on that) come with WIFI built-in while the 720's need an additional adapter which you have to busy separately.
I have been trolling this thread for a few weeks and and have decided to post my settings. I have had the 46EX720 since early April 2011. Earlier I had a Sony 46EX711 (same model as the 710 but with wifi dongle/adapter through Sams Club which had terrible flashlighting and was returned when I got the EX 720 for the same price.) I also had VIZIO XVT 423 before that but it died (literally- the picture died- and it had to have been something major like the backlight from my conversation with Vizio Service Reps) so that went back as well.
Of the 3 models emtioned above, the 720 has by far the most superior Picture quality and reproduction of colors. I had a chance to have all three for over a month so had a chance to play with the settings and tweak them to my liking. Have the TV hooked up to a Motorola HD Cable Box and a Nintendo Wii straight to the TV and a PS3(used mostly for Blu-Ray and some games) through the Sony HT-CT 350 Soundbar (to get DTS from Blu-Rays)
The room has a lot of natural light during the day so a matte/ semi matte screen was a big factor for me. I do not have different settings for night and day but do change the scene options according to the programming I watch.
Normal Tv is under the General Mode, use Sports for Sports, Game- Original for Video Games and Cinema 1 for Movies.
I have only watched the Alice in Wonderland 3D Blu-ray once and was impressed with it (maybe since I did not buy the TV for 3D and because I saw the movie in 3D and was not impressed with it then.) I do have the 2010 glasses but the movie still looked a LOT better in 3D on this TV than in the theater.
Settings(for everyday TV use):
Scene/Picture: General/Standard or Custom
MPEG NR: Off
Dot NR: Off,
Film Mode: Off
All Off, or at 0
Everything stays the same as above except the things listed below for other programming
For Video games
Scene- Game Original
Scene/ Picture- Movies/ Cinema 1
Film Mode: Auto 2
Overall, I could not have been happier with my purchase and am still getting used to playing with all the bells and whistles that the TV comes with. I really love the pairing of the PS3 and the Sony soundbar with the TV as I can turn them off and on at the same time instead of having to do each one separately. I can even control the menu and playback options on the PS3 with the TV remote. I think it is a great TV for everyday use and what most people would use it for. I am pretty sure that are better and worse TV's out there but for my needs I think this fit the bill just right and is decent enough for its price point.