The Sony KDL-40HX753 Television
The new Sony Smart TV is a terrific television, but still it is an average Edge LED TV.
Sony has two mottos which are:
1: Like. No other
2: Make. Believe
The third one to be incorporated should be less is more as the 40 inch TV is nothing, but the same in the HX7 Series lineup.
This time, Sony is focusing on core must have features and applications. Sony did have financial troubles and has deceived with its televisions recently.
Before this, Sony had released its HX8 TV, which was 46 inch and a 40 inch TV called KDL 32HX752. It had some problems in running 3D.
Technical features of Sony KDL 40HX753
1: The KDL 46HX853 is not an ugly TV to say the least. The 59 mm panel depth sure makes it a chubby customer by modern standards.
2: The screen is surrounded by sizable 27 mm gloss black bezel which can reach 37 mm at the bottom. It is rimmed with silver and the two metallic poles come out of the TV’s bottom.
3: The Sony TV seems to swim and leans back a bit. The tilt is six degrees. The effect is dramatic and subtle.
4: The renamed Sony Entertainment Network is just an additional hub screen which collects applications.
5: The applications such as BBC iPlayer, Love film as well as Netflix are available on Sony TV. But, the BBC sports application is not there.
6: This Sony TV employs a X reality processing and is equipped with a 400 Hz EDGE LED back lit Full HD LCD panel. It is quick enough for 3D compatibility.
7: Don’t get emotional though. 3D specifications are not there in the box.
What is Sony trying to do with 3D? The active shutter flavors are as less as 20 pounds.
8: Sony is a member of the Full HD 3D glasses initiative, which would make 3D glasses operate on every active shutter 3D TV’s.
The Samsung and Panasonic 3D specifications did not work well with this Sony TV. So, why did Sony sign in the first place?
The final word
This year, Sony has kept TV’s to a minimum. The 40 inch TV from Sony 53 is one of them and a 53 Sony TV, which is 32 inch. Also, there are 46 inch Sony TV and 55 inch Sony TV.
Sony also has some basic level EX553 models, which are two HD screen LCD TV’s. They are the 553 Sony TV, which is 22 inch and 553 Soy TV, which is 26.
Thus, it seems that Sony is going for quantity these days than quality. Its TV’s are average quality and have 3D problems.
Moreover, the Sony TV’s are very pricey and for all the money they do charge, they pale in providing adequate services.
So, buying a Sony TV is a definite no-no from our side.
Our advice will be the Sharp TV and Samsung TV which are cheaper and expensive respectively. But they are making waves in the TV industry. The reason is their quality and quality only.