Sony KDL-40HX703




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By on 100

Having read about or looked at 's cheaper five-star TVs such as the £760 , it could be hard to wonder how a model further up the range could improve on it enough to justify a higher price tag. As it's considerably more expensive, that's...

By Pocket-lint on 80

In truth, the HX703 is a fantastic TV to live with, but given that much of that nicety comes from features you'll find on the cheaper EX range, you have to be prepared to swallow the extra cost in return for that 200Hz feature and a slightly more...

By TechRadar on 100

The Bravia KDL-40HX703 boasts Sony's new Monolithic design, with the screen sporting a fetching single-layer, black-edged fascia, and the facility to tilt backwards. It uses a so-called Deep Black Panel, too, in a bid to further create the...

By Trusted Reviews on 90

After struggling for some time now to find a strong and consistent TV design identity, Sony might just have stumbled on a solution with its new ‘Monolithic’ TV series - as represented today by the 40in KDL-40HX703. The fact that Sony has...

By CNET UK on 89

The Sony Bravia KDL-40HX703's starkly minimalist design is attractive, but what really impressed us is its combination of excellent picture quality and class-leading multimedia talents...

By DigitalVersus on 100

Our Readings Contrast:2936:1Black level:0.07 cd/m²Gamma quality:4.7/5 deltaE:1.6Average discrepancy across display:12%Viewing angles:2.1/5Energy consumption:109 WMultimedia player:2.2/5Find and compare our other readings in our Face-off.We take...

International Review By Betabuzz on 85

Der Sony KDL-46HX703 steht seinen Vorgänger in Nichts nach. Verarbeitungs- und Bildqualität sind wie immer von spezieller Güte. Besonders bei HD Quellen zahlt sich die 200 Hz Engine aus. Das Bild ist scharf, farbtreu und extrem schnell....