Sony's HX750 offers the company's edge-lit with local dimming for what should be a competitive price.
In an effort to keep prices down and sales up, TV companies are pushing TVs with "fake" refresh rates. Know your terms and tech to make sure you're really getting what you think you're paying for.
In a few short weeks the world will be consumed by soccer, er, football. Whether you're a casual, every-four-year watcher or a die-hard hooligan, here's a few ideas to improve the watching and listening experience.
The Sony KDL-W800B series is a classy television with excellent color and shadow detail, but in pure bang-for-buck terms, its black level can be bettered for much less.
CNET did not review the Sony KDL-EX400 series, but we did review a similar series of 2010 Sony LCD TVs.
Once you’ve got the basics (contrast, brightness, color, etc.) set, there are still dozens of adjustments on your TV. What do they mean, and what’s the right setting? I’m glad you asked.
The new Sony Bravia NX713 and NX813 TVs give you the choice of whether to include 3D capability with a smart add-on.
The flagship Sony HX850 series lacks the full-array dimming of last year's XBR929 series, relying on an edge-lit LED configuration instead.
Sony only announced three series of LED TVs at CES 2012, and two of them are 3D compatible. The EX640 series is the third.
Sony's wedge-shaped KDL-W850B TV offers better picture quality, albeit for a higher price, than many big-screen LCDs.