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Sony KDL-LX903 Series LCD TV (40", 52", 60")

Sony KDL-LX903 Series LCD TV (40", 52", 60")
alaScore 88

8 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the resolution and energy efficiency. The color and tuner are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the value for money. There are some mixed reviews about the sound and image quality.

usability, tuner, color, energy, resolution

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony KDL-LX903 Series LCD TV (40", 52", 60") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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Sony Bravia KDL40LX903 review

 

Can Sony's pricey new 40-inch 3DTV compete at the high-end?

Freeview HD tuner ; USB file support ; Full HD clarity

Mixed 3D images ; Limited networking ; Poor sound

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Sony Bravia KDL-40LX903 review

 

Unlike in the world of Blu-ray players, where buying a non-3D-capable deck is fast becoming a waste of time, the jury is still out on 3DTVs. Sony's KDL-40LX903 doesn't do much to change that. LED backlighting, a Freeview HD tuner, loads of online...

BBC iPlayer, user interface, contrast, colour

Limited digital file support, too small for 3D, 3D flicker & crosstalk

A fantastic user interface, plenty of high-end features and a great user experience; what’s not to like about Sony’s latest high-end TV? 3D, that’s what. With flicker, some blur and a generally unconvincing look to 3D, it could be worth waiting a while...

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Sony Bravia KDL-60LX903 review

 

This monster 60-inch 3D LCD TV is big and clever, but will cost you an arm, leg and maybe a kidney or two

Sheer picture scale ; Excellent 2D performance ; Integrated Freeview HD tuner ; Lots of power-saving modes ; Full HD resolution and 1080/24p support ; Powerful networking and unusual features

MotionFlow needs adjusting for natural pictures ; Given the price, more pairs of 3D glasses should be supplied ; Only one Scart socket ; DLNA player doesn't cater for DivX and some other popular codecs ; 3D pictures spoiled by flicker and ghosting

Four and a half grand does, however, buy a pretty decent projector (including Sony models). This will produce pictures of even more impressive scale, and although you'll need an audio system the cynic might argue that such equipment is also needed if...

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Sony Bravia KDL-60LX903

 

It's Sony's flagship 3D-enabled LCD television, but is it all good stuff from the LED-lit 60in whopper?

This includes the inevitable Bravia Engine 3 (BE3) system with its particular talents for scaling and detail enhancement; Sony’s Live Colour system for producing more natural and dynamic colours; and MotionFlow 200Hz PRO, which delivers four times the...

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Sony Bravia LX903 (KDL-60LX903) review

 

The Sony Bravia KDL-60LX903 is a sturdy performer in most areas. It does disappoint with 3D material, though, producing pictures with less depth than other models and some definite flicker in images.

SD picture quality is decent ; Blu-rays look pretty awesome ; Whopping size

3D not as good as we had hoped ; High price ; Doesn't always deliver the best picture quality

Our opinion is somewhat divided on the Sony Bravia KDL-60LX903. While we do like many of its features, we weren't entirely sold on the 3D quality, and there were times when we found the HD performance a little lacklustre. Even so, if you want a 60-inch...

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Stuff magazine

 

A premium TV at a premium price: if you can accommodate and afford it, we envy you

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Sony KDL-40LX903

 

fantastic picture in2D

when viewed in3D picture goes dark

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