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New Sony NX710 and NX810 models

post #1 of 480
Thread Starter 
Just wanted to share that Sony has unveiled two new TV ranges in the NX series. The NX models are the ones with Monolithic design. The models are called NX710 and NX810.

More info: Sony NX710 and NX810 are new designer 3DTVs

Expect Internet Video, DLNA, 240/120 Hz systems and the leaning Sony design. They are also 3D Ready.
post #2 of 480
Some more info here, and they're also on Sony's UK website.

Unfortunately they are edge-lit LED, but it is nice to see somebody coming out with some new models this time of year. 2010 has been so disappointing that I keep hoping somebody will release a killer new backlit LED local dimming model, similar to a certain Samsung that came out almost exactly a year ago.
post #3 of 480
Thread Starter 
I'm sure we'll see a lot of new models from September, to be unveiled during IFA 2010.
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Does anyone know when the NX710, NX810, and EX710 models are coming out?
post #5 of 480
The EX-710's are now listed on the Sony web site for preorder. The site shows shipping will be in earlyto mid September depending on the size selected.
post #6 of 480
They are ALOT better than NX700/800 (NX710/810 have Dynamic Edge Led , Motionflow 100Hz/200Hz pro , 3D and about 3cm thick ) , now Sony can compete with current Samsung LED LCD TVs.

Unfortunately , there will be new sets from Samsung very soon .....
post #7 of 480
what is the difference between these sets and the HX800 other than the monolithic design?
post #8 of 480
Ya, I've been following the new Sony sets since last CES, but I'm now getting so confused by all the new models that are being replaced just a few months after they were released. Initially I was planning on getting HX800, but now NX810 seems to be the new HX800 - only with monolithic design
post #9 of 480
FlatpanelsHD listed these as debuting mid Sept and most likely on display at IFA early Sept and perhaps CEDIA also.
post #10 of 480
Seems like the NX810 combines the NX800 and the HX800 and also the opticontrast panel coating from the XBR. This seems like the TV that LX should have been.
post #11 of 480
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Originally Posted by xxrando View Post

Seems like the NX810 combines the NX800 and the HX800 and also the opticontrast panel coating from the XBR. This seems like the TV that LX should have been.

Yes, it will be interesting to see if there's LX910 in the near future
post #12 of 480
The LX900 just started shipping - the NX has been out for a year or so, I doubt we'll see the LX910 anytime soon, lol.
post #13 of 480
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Originally Posted by Spiff69 View Post

the NX has been out for a year or so

a year? more like six months. lol.

Sony has so many models this year that I don't think they can even keep track. Once these come out, what's the purpose for the HX8 and where will the LX line stand? ugh. lol
post #14 of 480
I guess it has been more like 6 months, haha. I still don't think we'll see an lx910 anytime soon. A six to seven month product cycle is pretty rare for Sony.
post #15 of 480
I guess I just don't "get" the sony lineup this year. BX, EX, NX, LX, HX...and so many models within each range. lol

And then they have completely pointless models like the EX6.
post #16 of 480
What do you think about Samsung's C5000 series LED LCD ? Edge Led , no 120Hz

C5000 and EX600 are for people who think "LED TVs" are completely different from "LCD TVs".

I don't like this year's Bravia , but I don't think the new system used by Sony is that difficult to understand and Sony still has less models than Samsung. (just an example - Samsung has C6000 , C6300 , C6500 , C6900 and they are very similar)
post #17 of 480
Oh, I know the difference between all of Sony's models this year. It just doesn't make sense to have so many different models to me, same goes for Samsung. It just seems that lots of companies are having some supply problems this year, or they're not able to acquire enough panels for all their models...hence it would make sense to streamline it a bit.

C5000 and the EX600 are completely nonsensical models to me. Maybe in a smaller size, they might make sense...but Samsung has the C4000 series, which make more sense for smaller sizes.

Nobody wants a 46"-55" 60Hz LED-LCD tv...and I mean nobody. haha
post #18 of 480
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Originally Posted by Spiff69 View Post

I guess it has been more like 6 months, haha. I still don't think we'll see an lx910 anytime soon. A six to seven month product cycle is pretty rare for Sony.

It just seems like by updating NX800 - the NX810 is now a better set than both HX800 and LX900. I personally have completely lost any interest in both of those models - since NX810 comes in 55 (like HX800) and 60 inches (like LX900), has dynamic edge LED (like HX800) and better than edgle-lit LX900, and it is monolithic design - same as LX900 and better than HX800 (in my opinion).
So as far as I'm concerned - they can now cancel both HX800 and LX900 and promote the NX810 to XBR status
post #19 of 480
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Originally Posted by vladi123456 View Post

It just seems like by updating NX800 - the NX810 is now a better set than both HX800 and LX900. I personally have completely lost any interest in both of those models - since NX810 comes in 55 (like HX800) and 60 inches (like LX900), has dynamic edge LED (like HX800) and better than edgle-lit LX900, and it is monolithic design - same as LX900 and better than HX800 (in my opinion).
So as far as I'm concerned - they can now cancel both HX800 and LX900 and promote the NX810 to XBR status

From what I have been able to read on the NX810, the largest size is 55" not 60" that the LX900 offers.
post #20 of 480
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Originally Posted by JoeSony View Post

From what I have been able to read on the NX810, the largest size is 55" not 60" that the LX900 offers.

http://www.sony.com.sg/product/resou...h_brochure.pdf

Page 44.

Basically, it says that NX710 is 40 and 46 inches, and NX810 is 55 and 60 inches
post #21 of 480
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Originally Posted by vladi123456 View Post

http://www.sony.com.sg/product/resou...h_brochure.pdf

Page 44.

Basically, it says that NX710 is 40 and 46 inches, and NX810 is 55 and 60 inches

Thanks. Hope they give a release date in the US soon.
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post #23 of 480
That's good news so maybe some of their current models will go down even lower in price.vim really eyeing the hx800 right now
post #24 of 480
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Originally Posted by seanmuldrow View Post

That's good news so maybe some of their current models will go down even lower in price.vim really eyeing the hx800 right now

Wait till Nov I guess
post #25 of 480
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Originally Posted by Spiff69 View Post

Press Release!

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/25/s...-nx810-series/

In comparing features with the NX700/800 they failed to notice the change from Edge Lit to Dynamic Edge Lit. Also the spec sheet indicates the 710/810 are thinner than the 700/800.
post #26 of 480
I wonder if they've improved these over the previous NX700/NX800 models; I owned the 46" NX700 in May and had to return it; between the horrible off-axis viewing, the 'cones' shadows at the top and bottom of the screen, and the cracking/creaking noises during the first hour of warm-up/cool-down, I had to return it.

Considering the $2400 i paid for it, the significant flaws were just too much. It looks like the NX710 would be just the same.

I bought a 40" EX700 (next model down and next size down) for $1300, (about half the price!), and have been MUCH happier with it. The viewing area is FAR better, and no creaking noises as the construction of the TV is metal instead of plastic.

The only downside of the EX700 is that it doesn't have the cool 'monolithic' glass stlying (which I suspect is the reason for the diminished viewing angle). Given the improvements I'd have to say the EX700 is much better!

I'm currently considering the local-dimming LED back-lit HX909, trying to decide if it's worth the steep premium, given that even the HX909 isn't flawless, with the slight blooming issue...
post #27 of 480
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Originally Posted by chicagorunner10 View Post

I'm currently considering the local-dimming LED back-lit HX909, trying to decide if it's worth the steep premium, given that even the HX909 isn't flawless, with the slight blooming issue...

Please point us to the Flawless flat panel thread? No such thing has ever existed and unlikely will on this OCD Forum no matter the price. The closest thing I've ever seen to on this forum and viewed for HT was the Sony Qualia 006 70" at $13K five years ago and not seen anything truly match it since with HT size and PQ WoW.

You have to choose what to your eyes is the Holy Grail at the time but not even a Kuro was Flawless otherwise it would still be hanging around for sale and I easily have the funds to buy one but it never impressed me running it's Kuro Demo next to a Samsung B750 - I found the Samsung in daylight viewing to beat the Kuro at it's own Demo feed and I never once saw a crowd gathered around King Kuro admiring it in over a year of viewing it at BB unlike the Qualia which did regularly at Sonystyle.
post #28 of 480
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Originally Posted by westa6969 View Post

Please point us to the Flawless flat panel thread? No such thing has ever existed and unlikely will on this OCD Forum no matter the price. The closest thing I've ever seen to on this forum and viewed for HT was the Sony Qualia 006 70" at $13K five years ago and not seen anything truly match it since with HT size and PQ WoW.

You have to choose what to your eyes is the Holy Grail at the time but not even a Kuro was Flawless otherwise it would still be hanging around for sale and I easily have the funds to buy one but it never impressed me running it's Kuro Demo next to a Samsung B750 - I found the Samsung in daylight viewing to beat the Kuro at it's own Demo feed and I never once saw a crowd gathered around King Kuro admiring it in over a year of viewing it at BB unlike the Qualia which did regularly at Sonystyle.

I hear ya on that... my wording didn't quite convey what I was thinking; if the HX909 came out truely flawless, it would have done what no other display has ever done.

Basically what I'm saying is when I saw the HX909, I didn't think the display quality was good enough for it's high price. An of course that 46" NX700 I had and returned that I paid $2200 for was just ridiculously bad; I wouldn't have paid half that and kept it. The cool monolithic design is all it had going for it. At $1300, I've been very happy with the EX700.
post #29 of 480
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Originally Posted by Spiff69 View Post

Press Release!

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/25/s...-nx810-series/

Would've been nice to see the NX810 head-on, instead of from the 60 to 75 degree off-angle taken with a disposable camera.
post #30 of 480
I would like to see 810 HX in person, otherwise will get a 909 hx 52 inch around christmas when prices drop as bundle.
This tv looks amazingly good IMHO.

Sonystyle was offering bundle with 2 glasses/. Transmitter and BD 470 for $3599' $100 more than what I paid for my pro 510

Around $2k might be better price I guess
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