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Sony Bravia KDL-46HX750 3D LED LCD HDTV Review$1,599.00
3D Effect & Experience
The 3D experience with the Sony Bravia KDL-46HX750 was not bad at all. Movie scenes were given added depth and foreground images would sometimes appear to pop out of the screen. The picture looked sharp, except for the occasional image ghosting.
Sony is in serious need of a 3D glasses overhaul. The glasses we used are hideous, heavy, and uncomfortable. These glasses are much bigger than the 3D glasses other brands use, yet they fit much tighter. If you wear glasses, you will have a very hard time using these. To make matters worse, Sony does not package these spectacles with this TV series. You can purchase them (model TDGBR250) from Sony's website for about $100 each.
The black levels were even darker with 3D glasses on but the peak brightness suffered a tragedy, going from a decent luminance of 203.16 down to 36.
The chart here shows the image getting a cooler tone when it is darker. Most of the fluctuations in the color temperature for this TV are minor and not perceptible, which is why the Sony Bravia KDL-46HX750 scored very well here.
The Sony Bravia KDL-46HX750's colors were not as good with 3D enabled. While the red levels look decent, the blues and greens were slightly brighter than they should be. The blacks took the biggest hit in color quality, though.
The greens and reds look very similar to their 2D levels, which were very good, but the blues suffer a little bit and tend to be brighter.
Crosstalk did rear its ugly head during testing. Movie scenes with intense motion caused some image ghosting, meaning that a character in a movie would have a blurry double image next to him/her in some scenes.