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Wanting to Purchase a Sony TV

by Jermaine Jones / October 5, 2010 4:27 AM PDT

I am trying to descide which one of these Sony Televisions is the better buy for my father Christmas gift... Sony KDL-52EX700 ,KDL-52EX701 or KDL- 52NX800.

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Try this.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 5, 2010 4:33 AM PDT

List what's different and the prices. There are no Sony staff here so members would have to figure out what's different. And then if you were able to get one model for half price all the features would be moot.

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Some differences
by Dan Filice / October 6, 2010 4:16 AM PDT

The Sony website lists the TVs and their specs at I believe the EX700 series is a 120Hz LED while the NX series is a 240Hz LED that has 3-D. If no one has any intent on using the 3-D (which means buying another DVD player too), then IMHO the 120Hz is great. The 3-D sets utilize the 240Hz scan rate, which to me adds horrible artifacts to regular TV and DVDs. But 240Hz is essential if you do 3-D. The tradeoff is: 3-D or getting a great image from TV and DVDs.

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sony kdl52ex700
by Roncrow / October 26, 2010 3:57 AM PDT

I bought a sonykdl52ex700 and the picture was great and the matte screen eliminated the ambient glare a lot. The only real problem is from the sides, picture very white and fuzzy.

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The problem with my Sony...
by Dan Filice / October 26, 2010 6:46 AM PDT
In reply to: sony kdl52ex700

Is that when I stand behind the TV I can't see the picture Happy

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