Sony Bravia KDL-46BX420 LCD HDTV Review
A decent budget buy that crams more performance in its 46-inch screen than many higher-priced models.
The Sony KDL-46BX420 ($899 MSRP) is a decent budget buy that crams more picture performance in its 46-inch LCD screen than many others do in higher-priced models. You will sacrifice a bit in the way of connectivity options, but overall this TV is not a bad entry-level buy, as it will give you more bang for your buck in terms of raw performance than some of its competitors at this price.
Before you buy the Sony Bravia KDL-46BX420, take a look at these other televisions.
- Tour & Design
- Blacks & Whites
- Color Performance
- Viewing Effects
- Audio & Menus
- Multimedia & Internet
- Power Consumption
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