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Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 LED LCD HDTV Review$2,099.00
Sony was the first of the HDTVs to really put style at the forefront. Since then, Samsung and others have caught up, but Sony continues to produce some very attractive televisions. Even at 55 inches, the panel is remarkably thin thanks to the slender LED edge-lighting.
The stand is fairly small, considering the size of the panel, but it feels solid and the hardware is quite durable.
The controls are located on the lower-right side, wrapping around from side to back. They're discreet yet easy to locate in the dark.
The remote control that comes with the Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 is rather good. Some of the buttons, like the volume, channel up/down, and Home menu buttons, could have been better sized or shaped for differentiation, but it feels right when it's in your hands.
In the Box
The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 ships with the stand, neck piece, & screws, remote control & batteries, and assorted documentation. It does not ship with an instruction manual.
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