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Ready for HD done the Sony way? Sony's KDL-46V4100 brings 1080p picture quality home with amazing, Sony-exclusive features like the XMB (Xross Media Bar®) with 3D graphics, DMex capability so you can add functionality to your TV, and picture quality technologies like ACE (Advanced Contrast Enhancer) and BRAVIA Engine 2¿. Add to that a sophis[Read More]

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Ready for HD done the Sony way? Sony's KDL-40V4100 brings 1080p picture quality home with amazing, Sony-exclusive features like the XMB (Xross Media Bar®) with 3D graphics, DMex capability so you can add functionality to your TV, and picture quality technologies like ACE (Advanced Contrast Enhancer) and BRAVIA Engine 2™. Add to that a soph[Read More]

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For consumers who want an HDTV that keeps pace with fast-action movies, sports, and game play, Sony BRAVIA V-Series Flat Panel HDTVs combine Full HD 1080p performance and Motionflow 120Hz technology for an amazing viewing experience. Motionflow 120Hz takes both high-definition and standard programming a step further by increasing sharpness and deta[Read More]

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The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 46 "1080p LCD HDTV is a stylish black frame with his piano. Black is a reflection, but not annoyingly bright like a mirror, as if not directly in front of a fire source. It is well-designed LCD HDTV with its black finish and anti-glare screen. Not only is aesthetically pleasing, but it is great if you look at the most, the image.
The picture, like the Sony Bravia V2500 models, it seems incredible. Do not ruin your look awkward viewing experience and the fog that hit some of them with the V2500 model is gone. If necessary, you must be unhappy. The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV has a refresh rate of 60 Hz, while the high end 120 Hz so that the motion blur is not as good as the games more expensive. This does not mean that it is blurry. It still very good at action sequences quickly and probably will not be able to say when playing HD content.
The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV-480th scale up standard definition content with its Reality Creation Multi Function v1.0 technology and you can see that SD is indeed possible to make things less horrible than what it should be. This means looking for the programming is good, but not at the level your used to when watching a CRT, but not as bad as many other LCD televisions.
The black and contrast is good, in contrast to what was expected of LCD. The colors are rich and the image comes to life more than any other LCD HDTV. Side by side with the Samsung or Sharp, Sony looks better. In fact, it can also compete with some of the plasma TV market. Just switch to normal mode and do not use the strong and make some adjustments from there to your taste and the image will be almost perfect. Test the sharpness of images and more black.
Configure the settings for Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV is a breeze thanks to the high esteem in XMB menu system which is also in the PS3. Speaking of PS3, watching Blu-ray, the KDL-46V3000 is simply breathtaking. If you do not have a PS3 or a Blu-Ray, is required to obtain, if you have an HDTV. HD-DVD is dead.
The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV does not have PIP or Picture in Picture, but P & P or the image and the image. You can read the video from two sources simultaneously, but only HDMI, TV tuner and video on the left side of the TV and components to the right. This means not watching HDMI and HDMI at the same time. This is not a deal breaker because the image quality is well up there.
Sound quality is good, if you choose not to invest in a home theater surround sound system, but lacks some Oomph below department. It ;a lot better than many LCD panels to consider how small the frame is piano black.
I recommend the Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV, if you do not want to spend a little 'more about Ben Franklins XBR4 and do not want older, but still excellent KDL-46V2500. You can not go wrong with this choice, and is one of the best bangs for the dollar.

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By j.unter (south florida)
WHO TO BUY FROM: Amazon did not have this item in stock, so I waited for Amazon to have it in stock before buying – turned out to be the right decision. I bought another LCD tv last year from “ButterflyPhoto”, a seller on Amazon’s website, and it was a horrible experience. So I vowed never to buy a big ticket item from any other seller than Amazon on its site. Those sellers have such great reviews b/c if you get screwed like I did and the sale never goes through, you can never rate them. So only happy customers get to rate those sellers, hence the above-avg reviews.

DELIVERY AND DEFECTIVE TV: I ordered the TV on a Thurs and it was delivered to my house on Tues. Pilot (carrier) called to schedule and appt, brought it into my house, took it out of the box and placed it on my tv stand, then made sure it worked before asking me to sign. But by Friday, a 1/2 cm black line appeared in the screen (yikes!). On Sat. I called Amazon and they were great in shipping out a replacement TV immediately at no extra cost to me (they even gave me the option to replace with another make/model). The new TV arrived the next Fri and Pilot packaged and removed the defective TV. The new TV works fine (so far, fingers crossed). After mentioning my ordeal to several friends, a few mentioned they had defective LCD TVs also – so I guess its not so uncommon.

Dealing with Amazon is great. If I bought from those other sellers, I would have been left to deal with Sony via the warranty – No Thanks! Its worth the extra hundred dollars or so to go with Amazon.

PICTURE QUALITY: The HD picture is amazing. I had a 2004 42′ Sony WEGA that produced 1080i, but the Bravia is a much, much better HD picture (however, it seems Comcast broadcasts in 1080i, not 1080p). When watching sports on my WEGA, the picture could not handle fast action so well. The Bravia corrects this pretty well (via the 120hz) and there is definitely a noticable difference/improvement versus my old WEGA. The 120hz is well worth the money.

BOTTOM LINE, at $1,823, I am happy with the TV even after the first one was defective. I found the Samsung to be too glossy a picture and didn’t like the touch of red, so the 52v5100 was the perfect TV for me at that price. Buy from Amazon, not those other tricksters.
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