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Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1

Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1
alaScore 85

249 reviews

Aug, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 249 reviews of Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Views about the price and remote control are generally positive. The design and image quality also get good feedback. Comments are divided on the reliability, and many are negative about the connectivity.

usability, image quality, design, remote control, price

connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 160 user reviews of Sony NSX-24GT1 / 32GT1 / 40GT1 / 46GT1 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. Reviewers really like the remote control and design. The price and image quality are also mentioned favorably, whereas many are less positive about the reliability.

usability, image quality, price, design, remote control

reliability

81% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Sony NSX-24GT1 24-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LCD HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (2010 Model)Sony NSX-46GT1 46-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV, Black (2010 Model)Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (2010 Model)

Aug, 2015

Expert review by: PC Magazine (pcmag.com)

Sony NSX-32GT1 (Google TV)

 

Good black levels. Built-in Google TV app. Energy efficient. Sleek design

Narrow viewing angles. Screen uniformity issues. Some noise displayed in standard definition. Limited connection options

The Sony NSX-32GT1 LCD HDTV delivers Google's Chrome OS-based Internet TV without the need for an external box. This 32-inch panel offers a fairly good HD picture but suffers from a few image quality issues, including narrow viewing angles.

Apr, 2011

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Expert review by: Nick Mokey (digitaltrends.com)

Sony NSX-32GT1

 

Sony GT1 series information: The review of Sony's 32-inch NSX-32GT1 Internet Connected TV is based on our hands-on experience with the 46-inch NSX-46GT1. The observations made also apply to the 40-inch NSX-40GT1 TV. Sony says that the GT1 TVs have...

Complete Google TV integration into every aspect of the TV ; Image quality exceeds spec expectations ; Modern edge-to-edge glass design ; Smart, capable controller ; Reasonably priced

Google TV remains under construction ; Steep learning curve for controller ; Wobbly stand

Sony has engineered a valiant attempt at the ultimate vehicle for Internet TV, but Google TV’s persistent potholes provide a bumpy ride.

Jan, 2011
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Expert review by: David Katzmaier (cnet.com)

Sony Bravia NSX-GT1 series (Google TV) review: Sony Bravia NSX-GT1 series (Google TV)

 

Aside from actually hooking a PC to your TV, Sony's Internet TV with Google TV , aka the NSX-GT1 series, is the closest you'll likely come today to converging the two devices. That's both an advantage and a disadvantage compared with more conventional...

Integrated TV and Google TV software enables potential access to virtually all video sources media through one interface and search bar; full Chrome browser supports Flash and HTML5 video; includes RF QWERTY remote; built-in Wi-Fi; user interface...

Poor screen uniformity apparent with many Google TV sources; produces light black levels; some flashing in shadows at times; frustrating touch pad and overlarge keyboard on remote; sparse analog connectivity; major content providers like Hulu, CBS, and...

Easily the most capable Internet-connected TV ever made, Sony's NSX-GT1 series calls for a tech-savvy buyer who can live with Google TV's growing pains, a touchy remote, and so-so picture quality.

Nov, 2010

Expert review by: AVguide (avguide.com)

Sony NSX-32GT1 Internet-Enabled Google TV (TPV 98)

 

Usually, when a new technology or advanced feature package is rolled out, TV manufacturers typically start at the top, introducing high line (and correspondingly high-priced) models at the outset, and then over time expand the offerings to lower priced...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Chip Chick (chipchick.com)

Sony NSX-46GT1 Google TV Review

 

From the moment we first set our eyes on Sony's Internet TVs powered by Google TV, we were impressed. Google TV basically brings the best entertainment on the ...

Stylish and Unique Design, Solid visuals, Excellent keypad / remote control, Google TV is a powerful platform, Built-in Wi-fi, TV is Energy efficient

Some popular services like Hulu are missing, thin metal stand is a bit chintzy, Google TV user interface is unintuitive

Dec, 2010

Expert review by: Televisioninfo.com Staff (reviewed.com)

Sony NSX-32GT1 Google TV

 

A scientific, in-depth analysis with side-by-side comparisons

The NSX-32GT1 is a good TV. It looks good, has good overall picture quality, has built-in WiFi, and connects to the actual internet. The remote is a bit hard to get used to, but if you’re used to smart phones or console controllers, it won’t be so bad...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: CJCcnetuser (cnet.com)

"AVOID SONY TVs!"

 

After the warranty expires, you'll be quickly disappointed and disgusted.

Nothing special about this TV.

My NSX-40GT1 stopped working after 18 months. Wouldn't turn on - red light blinking. Sony warranty expires after 12 months. Not a coincidence.

Dec, 2012

Consumer review by: mrmc1981 (digitaltrends.com)

Sony NSX-46GT1

 

This television is absolutely awful, even for a first-gen. I had to stream my Netflix (HboGO) through video game consoles because it's so slow. The guide would need to be reset every week, which means you have to turn the TV off for 24 hours while it...

Jul, 2012

Consumer review by: gunnar123 (cnet.com)

"Now at Android 3.2 easily the most fantastic TV owned"

 

As with all Google TV products of the first wave they suffered from late arrival of Android platform advancements. Things began happening late 2011 with the arrival of Android 3.1. Now at 3.2 this TV is just fantastic. Google Play. Developer support. A...

Design.

Unfortunately early reviews scared people off and firmware arrived late so sales suferred. That is a real pity for a TV set that is just fantastic now with Android 3.2

Apr, 2012

Consumer review by: nortamzzo (cnet.com)

"Was possibly a great idea, but horribly implemented."

 

This is a failure of a TV. While it does display a good picture, that, uhm, is actually all the good I can say about it. Netflix needs to be constantly reset to work correctly. Sometimes twice in the same day. And now for the MAJOR issue. Input Lag....

Displays good picture. That's about it.

Netflix only works occasionally

Mar, 2012
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