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Sony XBR-52HX909 3D LED LCD HDTV Review

$999.00 52 in.
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Introduction

The Sony XBR-52HX909 is Sony's top-of-the-line 3D HDTV and it shows. The TV had incredible picture quality overall, and while it's 3D experience wasn't perfect, it was definitely better than other Sony TVs we've seen and compared very favorably to other manufacturers' high-end 3D models. Lastly, as with all Sony HDTVs, you'll also get an incredible line-up of online content providers.

The downside? It's price: $3,699.99.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909, take a look at these other televisions.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. 3D
  7. Viewing Effects
  8. Calibration
  9. Remote Control
  10. Connectivity
  11. Audio & Menus
  12. Multimedia & Internet
  13. Power Consumption
  14. Vs Sony XBR 52LX900
  15. Vs Samsung UN55C7000
  16. Vs Panasonic TC P50VT20
  17. Conclusion
  18. Series Comparison
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Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909

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