Sony KDL-46EX620

  • Sony KDL-46EX620
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Based on 4 scores, 6 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    0
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Affordable, Good online features, Energy efficient.
  • The KDL40EX620's edgelit LED design allows for energy efficiency and a slim cabinet, Motionflow 120Hz technology effectively reduces motion blur and offers several settings to tailor the smoothing effect to your liking, LCDs can be very bright, which

Cons:

  • No Wi-Fi, Mediocre black levels.
  • Edgelit LEDbased LCD TVs can suffer from brightnessuniformity issues. Unlike some higherend Sony models, the EX620 Series does not include the Dynamic Edge LED system that allows the individual LED to more precisely adjust their light output to produce de

Expert reviews and ratings

By evogadget.com on -

The Sony Bravia KDL46EX620 is somewhere in the lower middle category in terms of performance. We don't recommend it to consumers who want superb quality, features and...

By PC Mag on 70

If you're looking for a solid large-screen HDTV at a nice price, the 46-inch Sony KDL-46EX620 offers some nice features including affordability....

By TelevisionInfo on -

The Sony Bravia KDL-55EX620 (previously $2099, now $1619 MSRP) has a lot in its favor: strong contrast ratio, a fantastic color performance, energy-efficient LED edge-lighting, and a vast collection of streaming content options. Given the price...

By Home Theater Review on 90

With a current street price under $1,000, the KDL-40EX620 is targeted at the consumer who's not interested in 3D but does want the slim profile of an edge-lit design, as well as media streaming and other Web services. Sony's BRAVIA Internet...

By LCD TV Buying Guide on 72

Overall, we were not overwhelmed by HD picture performance. The EX620 picture quality will perform extremely well in very dark controlled light rooms, but there are many drawbacks otherwise. Color is realistic and not over-saturated, but I would not...

By Plasma TV Buying Guide on 72

We have discovered that we much prefer clear coat screens over their filtered anti-glare screen counterparts. The latter come with a few too many issues. One such is weak side viewing contrast which the EX620 suffers from. Another is lack of dark...