Originally Posted by KillerBox
After calling doing the FaceBook thing with Sony and calling them again they gave me 2 more choices:
KDL55NX720 for $1000 + local sales tax
KDL55HX729 for $900 + local sales tax
Plus the original 2 choices of:
KDL55BX520 for $575.00 + local sales tax
KDL60EX720 for $1375.00 + local sales tax
Which one should I choose? The money difference is not that great so I just want the best TV for my money. And I don't know that much about them.
I would like a TV that has built in Wi-Fi with NetFlix and 3d. My room has a lot of sunlight too.
Replacing my KDS-60A2000 purchased in 2008.
Thanks for your help!
I think you can rule out the BX520 and the EX720 would be in third place, unless you really don't want go down to a 55". That leaves the other two models. I suggest you check out www.cnet.com
for their reviews. The NX sets was one of their top choices last year.http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...re#reviewPage1
The good: The Sony KDL-NX720 series produces deeper black levels than any edge-lit LED-based TV we've tested. It evinces relatively accurate color, has a uniform screen for edge-lit LED, and can properly handle 1080p/24 sources. It has a beautiful, thin-profile exterior design with flush Gorilla Glass, it has built-in Wi-Fi, and its Internet suite includes numerous streaming services and widgets.
The bad: The expensive KDL-NX720 shows some blooming artifacts and crushes detail in shadows, and its image deteriorates more noticeably than usual when seen from off-angle. The design of its menu and Internet services is lackluster, and Sony does not include 3D glasses. Its 3D image is poor, with significant crosstalk, flicker when dejudder is turned off, and extreme intolerance to head tilt.
The bottom line: Albeit expensive and plagued by 3D image issues, the beautifully styled Sony KDL-NX720 has better picture quality than most other edge-lit LED-based LCD TVs.