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Sony KDL-60EX720

Sony KDL-60EX720
alaScore 85

313 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 313 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the sound and design. The usability and price are also mentioned favorably. Reviews are divided on the resolution.

image quality, price, usability, design, sound

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony KDL-60EX720 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Sony KDL-60EX720

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 297 user reviews of Sony KDL-60EX720 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other TVs on Amazon.com.

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78% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Sony BRAVIA KDL60EX720 60-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV, Black (2011 Model)

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Sony Bravia KDL-60EX720

 

Sony's KDL-EX720 series represents the least-expensive model in the company's 2011 TV lineup with 3D and a 240Hz refresh rate--both bullet points that the less-expensive KDL-EX620 series lacks. It's also Sony's highest-end 2011 TV to feature a matte...

The Sony KDL-EX720 has accurate color in bright areas; handles 1080p/24 content properly; and is extremely energy-efficient. Its automatic turn-off feature saves power and its matte screen reduces glare in brighter rooms. It has solid Internet...

It reproduces lighter black levels, and its darker areas are tinged blue. The Sony KDL-EX720 cannot customize dejudder processing and has less-even screen uniformity.

The picture quality of Sony's KDL-EX720 shows some flaws but its efficiency, design, and well-stocked feature list will win plenty of converts.

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SonyBravia KDL-60EX720

 

The Sony KDL-60EX720 (price pending) is an LED-edgelit LCD capable of 3D display. These second-gen 3D TVs are finally coming down in price, but we're still not sold on the whole headache & eyestrain thing. That said, this TV has a great core...

This is a review of the Sony KDL-60EX720. Test results were derived from the 55-inch version, the KDL-55EX720, but should indicate the general performance of other sizes in the series. The xxEX720 series includes the following models: KDL-32EX720,...

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Sony Bravia KDL-60EX720

 

The Sony KDL-60EX720 is a mid-range model that offers 3D and online connectivity via ethernet port. The TV is a bit of a step down from the higher-end models because it's only WiFi ready, which means you'll have to purchase a separate adapter to get...

The KDL-60EX720 is a mid-range HDTV that will aim to make 3D more accessible to those who want the feature and only that feature. If you want WiFi you can upgrade to it, but if not, the TV still has an ethernet port for wired connectivity. This...

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Sony KDL-60EX720 Review – 60-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

Sony has designed the model as a device usable for a number of different purposes. Along with watching various programs, movies and shows being aired across the television channels, you can even use the set just like a computer. With efficient...

A viewer will also love the efficient wireless connectivity option offered by the TV set through built in Wi-Fi and BRAVIA internet video support. Further, the model comes with a HTML browser which can be used to access the various websites and social...

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Sony KDL60EX720 60inch 3D Full HD LED Television

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Sony Bravia KDL-60EX720 – Matte display

 

Sony Bravia KDL-60EX720 is the least expensive TVs in the repertoire of Sony having 240 Hz refresh rate and 3D functionality. Both of them are absent in the cheaper KDL-EX620 series of TVs. This is also the highest end TV for the year 2011 from Sony to...

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"Not a bad TV, but died after 10 months & AWFUL service"

 

I purchased this TV from the Sony Store in July 2012. The TV was not delivered and installed until 3 weeks later, after multiple snafus in scheduling. I paid $180 for installation, but the two technicians could not figure out how to hook up a cable...

Wide range of Internet features, including Hulu Plus and Netflix. Attractive and sleek form factor. Clear picture with near-true color in average to dim lighting. Numerous HDMI ports, easily integrates into typical home theater system.

Mediocre 3D picture. All hardware for 3D functionality must be purchased separately and is not inexpensive. Image quality suffers significantly in rooms with very bright natural light. Dramatic shift in volume across channels and components.

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"CNET's review says "Good" tv. What about Sony Service?"

 

A line of red lights on a brand new TV is just unacceptable. I liked the picture (and therefore the 2 stars and not 1) but calling Sony Service is not a pleasant experience.

Picture: Bougth tv "new, in-box" on Apr 2012 (this is a 2011 model). My 1st HD TV so can't compare to others but I thought it had a great picture right out of the box.

Quality: 3 times in the first 3 weeks, there have been a row of red lights across the screen. They stay on even if the cable box channel changes. I assume it is something wrong with the tv. (Turning tv off/on takes care of it)

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"3D on this TV is absolutely horrendous and not usable."

 

The 3D on this TV is terrible and not worth a dollar.

2D is fine.

3D is absolutely unwatchable.

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fantastic

 

picture is out of this world set up is easy with two people spent more money than originally planned on but it was worth it!!!

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