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Sony KDF-50E2000 50 in. HDTV LCD TV

alaAverage 4.6

5 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 92/100.

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impressive alternative to plasma and lcd imo.

 

I had recieved this tv as a gift and cost roughly about $2000 when adding all taxes when it was purchased. There has been a price cut since then is now available for $1500 and less. some places sell the stand for it for free. i needed a tv that had to ...

Great picture, 7 inputs, hdmi, 720p, wega engine,

start up is slow and can take 10secs

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We are STILL amazed at this tv

 

We got this tv at Christmas. We were not prepared for the astounding experience of hdtv. I was caught up in the confusion of lcd, dlp, rear projection, plasma, yada, yada. I looked everywhere. My wife got disgusted with me, and quit going with me to ...

Picture, WEGA, sound, weight, lots of connections

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Amazing TV, Amazing Value

 

When I got this TV, it was my first HDTV set. However, this was not my first experience with HDTV's as my father went nuts last year and bought 3. No kidding. This TV produces incredible HD picture and great regular def as well. Hooked up to an XBOX ...

Cost effective and top notch audio/video.

not too many to discuss - nothing worth really noting.

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Just...so...pretty...

 

I'm the proud owner of 2 Sony Wega CRT TVs (32" review here). Recently, I had the funds and space to upgrade to a much larger TV, and started shopping. I headed out to the Electronics Expo. I decided to go with an ...

Picture, sound, tunability, weight, price

Needs tweaking, confusing video settings for beginners, up/down viewing angle

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With A Good Signal Source, It Is Great

 

Rear Projection TVs Back in 2002, I bought my first rear projection TV (RPTV). It was, and still is a Mitsubishi 55” CRT based one that takes up quite a bit of space in the living room. In recent years things have changed and ...

Large screen, capable of excellent HD pictures

Silk screen effect may be an issue

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