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Sony KDL55HX750

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and color. The usability and price also get good comments, but some have doubts about the glare and size. There are mixed opinions on the black level and remote control.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony KDL55HX750 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Sony KDL-55HX750

 

What a difference a digit makes. When I reviewed Sony's high-end KDL-HX850 series earlier this year, it earned great marks for style, overall picture quality, and energy efficiency. Sony's LED-backlit HX750 series is a different story altogether. It...

Accurate colors. Good 2D viewing angles

Unimpressive black levels. Plenty of off-angle crosstalk in 3D. Glasses not included

Sony's HX750 series of LED HDTVs deliver good color fidelity and come with plenty of Web apps, but you can do better for the price.

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Sony KDL-55HX750

 

Last year, we were mightily impressed by Sony's high-end televisions, with models such as the HX929 and the NX720 still some of our favorite LCD TVs. At CES in early 2012, Sony shocked quite a few pundits by only introducing a total of 10 models and in...

The Sony HX750 offers excellent color accuracy for an LCD and will give a decent picture without too much calibration. The feature count is one of the highest of any Sony TV this year. Styling is subdued but elegant, and it's not all about looks,...

The overall picture quality is hampered by light black levels. No 3D glasses are included, which is disappointing for a high-level TV. Compared with the stiff competition, this Sony is too expensive for what you get.

The Sony HX750 series isn't the headliner that you'd expect it to be with a performance that isn't up to the level of the asking price.

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Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 Review

 

Very good color performance, Suitable for bright rooms, Easily navigable user-interface, Decent on-board audio

Unimpressive black level performance, Lukewarm shadow detail, Poor smart TV response, Dodgy Wi-Fi performance

After falling in love with Sony’s NX720 in 2011, we wound up generally disappointed with the HX750 – it just doesn’t hold up. If we stop making that comparison, however, what we end up with is a handsome TV with a very solid picture, a wide range of...

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Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750

 

During a CES show in which TV manufacturers were trying to outdo each other for internet and streaming supremacy, the Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 was geared toward winning customers over with its picture quality and thin design. Compared to the innovation...

Don’t look for major improvements from the Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 compared to last year’s Sony Bravia lineup. It features the not-so-new, single-chip X-Reality engine and Motionflow XR 480 and edge LED back-lit 1080p display. These aren’t necessarily...

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Sony KDL-55HX750 LED/LCD HDTV Reviewed

 

Adrienne Maxwell's review of the Sony KDL-55HX750 LED/LCD HDTV revealed a television that offers a very favorable trait: consistent performance. But that is not the end of the story on this HDTV.

Never underestimate the value of consistency when it comes to TV performance, and that's exactly what the Sony KDL-55HX750 offers--consistently solid performance for both dark and bright viewing environments. Sure, its black level could be better, but...

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Sony KDL-55HX750

 

The Sony KDL-55HX750 It isn't nearly as sleek looking as its more expensive sibling, it uses more power, and its black levels and 3D performance fall short. On the plus side, this 55-inch LED-backlit model comes at a much lower price, and still...

Accurate colors. Good 2D viewing angles ; Cons: Unimpressive black levels. Plenty of off-angle crosstalk in 3D. Glasses not included. Editor Rating: 3.00 ; By John R. Delaney

Unimpressive black levels. Plenty of off-angle crosstalk in 3D. Glasses not included. Editor Rating: 3.00 ; By John R. Delaney

Sony's HX750 series of LED HDTVs deliver good color fidelity and come with plenty of Web apps, but you can do better for the price. Pros: Accurate colors. Good 2D viewing angles. Cons: Unimpressive black levels. Plenty of off-angle crosstalk in 3D....

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Sony KDL-55HX750 Review – 55-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

Sony has designed the model with a set of networking, connectivity and communication options that make it usable just like a desktop computer. The model sports a slim and stylish design and comes with much better video related to support the...

Sony has further included much better internet connectivity and wireless networking options to allow users with a more efficient internet browsing experience. The Sony Entertainment Network feature integrated with the TV set allows you to stream online...

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Sony KDL55HX750 3D LED TV

 

The 55HX750 series from Sony actually uses a matte-type screen finish rather than the Gorilla Glass Opticontrast panel on the HX850 and XBR929. The semi-matte screen does a decent job of presenting a good picture...

Still too much blue push but definitely a saturated picture and OK for bright rooms if you turn off the other settings which interfere with picture quality (see Picture Settings)

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Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750

 

The Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 is a conservatively styled and conservatively designed TV that does a good job generally, but is not the best for 3D.

Very good 2D picture ; Good network content ; Good table/phone control feature

Too much ghosting in 3D

The Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 LCD TV provides a good feature set and solid performance — except for the merely adequate 3D — in a neat, unpretentious package.

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"For under $1,500.00, it's a great value now."

 

Can't go wrong with this TV now at the moment. Smart and 3D aspects are good but IMO these are ancillary features. You can get Panasonic Plasmas in this price range that will deliver better inky blacks but the difference really isn't all that great and...

Good value at it's current market price.

Non, wish the blacks were a bit better but have to step up at a price jump that is pretty big for LED. You're better off buying a P55VT50 but you'll get that watching from "behind a sheet of glass" feel that I don't like with Plasmas.

Product Specifications

Configuration

2D to 3D Conversion: Yes
Application Store: Yes
Application Store (IPTV): Yes
DIGITAL RADIO: No
DVB-C:DVB-C (MPEG4)
DVB-S: No
DVB-T:DVB-T (MPEG4)
DVB-T2: No
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
HbbTV: No
HDTV: Yes
Loudspeakers: Yes
Media Player:Audio/Video
Picture and Picture (PAP): Yes
Picture and Text (PAT): No
Picture in Picture (PIP): No
Processor Cores:Single-Core
USB Recording: Yes
Video-on-Demand (VoD): Yes
Web Browser: Yes
Web Content Access: Yes

Connectivity

CI Plus: Yes
DLNA certified: Yes
DVI Interface: No
Ethernet: Yes
Front AV Interface: No
HDMI: Yes
HDMI PORT: Yes
Headphone Output: Yes
Memory Stick: No
PC Streaming:Audio/Video
Secure Digital Card: No
USB: Yes
VGA / D-Sub Interface: Yes
WiFi Connectivity: Yes
YUV Interface: Yes

Dimensions / Weight

VESA Mount:VESA 200 x 300

Display

Frame Refresh Rate in Hz:400
Full HD: Yes
HD ready: Yes
LED Backlight:Edge LED

Energy Information

Energy Efficiency Class (EU):A+
EU Flower: No

General Features

3D: Yes
3D Technology:Shutter Glasses
Product Type:LCD
Screen Format:16:9
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