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Sony KDL EX620(32", 40", 46", 55")

Sony KDL EX620(32", 40", 46", 55")
alaScore 89

145 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 145 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the color and usability are generally positive. The value for money and sound are also appreciated.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony KDL EX620(32", 40", 46", 55") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Sony KDL EX620(32", 40", 46", 55")

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 95 user reviews of Sony KDL EX620(32", 40", 46", 55") from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other TVs on Amazon.com.

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84% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX620 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV, BlackSony BRAVIA KDL40EX620 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV, Black (2011 Model)Sony BRAVIA KDL55EX620 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV, Black

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Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620

 

The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 (previously $2099, now $1619 MSRP) is the highest-end LED-lit TV that does not include 3D display. To our minds, that definitely makes it worth investigation, as 3D is a dubious attribute anyway and certainly not worth...

Strong color and contrast ; Lots of streaming video

Abysmal, labyrinthine menus

The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 (previously $2099, now $1619 MSRP) has a lot in its favor: strong contrast ratio, a fantastic color performance, energy-efficient LED edge-lighting, and a vast collection of streaming content options. Given the price...

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Sony KDL-40EX620 Review – 40-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

Sony has included a set of advanced connectivity and communication related features to make the model usable just like your desktop computer. You will surely like to add the TV set to your living room, if you are not that much interested in accessing...

A user also gets much smarter and efficient options to access internet through the wireless connectivity offered by the set with built in Wi-Fi support. You can browse the websites and social networks directly on the 40-inch LED TV screen through the...

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Sony KDL-46EX620 Review – 46-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

You will surely like the features included in this model, if you are not much into the 3D enabled movies and games. The set allows you to watch a wide variety of online and offline content in addition to watching the various programs, movies, and...

With built in Wi-Fi support, you also get efficient and smart wireless options to stream the wide variety of online content offered by the popular networks and content providers. Similarly, you can use the HTML browser added to the model, to browse the...

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Sony KDL-55EX620 Review – 55-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

This is one of the few sets from Sony this year without the 3D technology. It is a huge 55-inches TV which can really make your living room come alive if you are not in love with the 3D feature. The price obviously goes down with the absence of the 3D...

The refresh rate in the set is 120Hz which has been tested to keep the blurring away. Since this is a huge 55-inch TV which you will love to flaunt in the living room, you can expect to put the 4 HDMI and 2 USB ports to good use by connecting Blu-ray...

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Sony KDL-55EX620

 

A strong performer with a lot of features, hampered by a terrible menu

Strong color and contrast; Lots of streaming video

Abysmal, labyrinthine menus

The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 (previously $2099, now $1619 MSRP) has a lot in its favor: strong contrast ratio, a fantastic color performance, energy-efficient LED edge-lighting, and a vast collection of streaming content options. Given the price...

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Sony KDL-40EX620 LED LCD HDTV Reviewed

 

One of Sony's mid-level entries into the company's 2011 line of HDTVs is the KDL-40EX620 LED HDTV. The television lacks a few premium features but still has many features to keep users satisfied....

The KDL-40EX620's edge-lit LED design allows for energy efficiency and a slim cabinet ; Motionflow 120Hz technology effectively reduces motion blur and offers several settings to tailor the smoothing effect to your liking ; LCDs can be very bright,...

Edge-lit LED-based LCD TVs can suffer from brightness-uniformity issues. Unlike some higher-end Sony models, the EX620 Series does not include the Dynamic Edge LED system that allows the individual LED to more precisely adjust their light output to...

With a current street price under $1,000, the KDL-40EX620 is targeted at the consumer who's not interested in 3D but does want the slim profile of an edge-lit design, as well as media streaming and other Web services. Sony's BRAVIA Internet Video...

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Sony KDL-46EX620 Review

 

This shot from the Blu Ray of Troy shows the glare from ambient light that reduces dark shadow detail. The EX620 does not fare as well in darker scenes

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Sony KDL-46EX620 Review

 

We have discovered that we much prefer clear coat screens over their filtered anti-glare screen counterparts. The latter come with a few too many issues. One such is weak side viewing contrast which the EX620 suffers from. Another is lack of dark...

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Best Price-Performance

 

This TV is unbelievable for the price performance. My model is an EX-621 sold by Costco, but I trust it is the same exact TV as the EX620. In comparing this TV to my XBR-65HX929 (see review), I am shocked that the picture is only marginally less than...

Exception color, contrast, black levels and motion control. Low reflection. Small border. Reasonable sound from built in speakers. Low cost

No 3D. Need to purchase separate Wi-Fi card. I wished the Sony Logo lit up like on the HX-929

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Gamers Beware!

 

So I recieved this TV to replace my 2 month old kdl52w5100 that went. This is a great TV, it looks good... Off. There is something wrong with the MotionFlow compared to my w5100 that had B3 engine. It add alot of blurring in everything, especially in...

It is a thin sleek TV

Alot... MotionFlow is messed up, Letters are very pixelated

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