Sony KDL-46EX700 LED LCD HDTV Review
By all accounts, the Sony KDL-46E700 is one of the better HDTVs we’ve reviewed.
This is a nice-looking TV. It doesn't do anything different, other than the metallic trim along the bottom, but it executes its design quite well. It's also crazy thin, which doesn't hurt.
The front of the TV is surrounded by a glossy black bezel along its top and sides. The bottom is a metallic band.
The back of the TV keeps its ports in a cluster to the right side of the TV.
The left side of the TV has a handful of ports, and the right is where you'll find all the controls. The ports and controls are indented a good inch or so from the edge of the TV's bezel.
The stand is a glossy black, and swivels.
The controls cover all the basics, and also feature an energy saving switch.
The remote is simple enough, but looks and feels quite cheap.
In the Box
The TV came with a remote, batteries, and not much else. Assembly was fairly easy: toss the screws in the appropriate holes and tighten them.
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