Sony KDL-55HX823




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By CNET UK on 70

We love the sophisticated styling, punchy 2D pictures and impressive line-up of Internet video services on the Sony KDL-55HX823. It's marred, however, by less than sterling 3D performance and backlight...

By on 80

KDL-55HX823 is billed as a premium 3D-enabled screen, so the fact it comes with no 3D glasses seems to be taking the mickey a bit. That apart, the Sony is a talented and hugely desirable TV. Its styling is dramatic and purposeful, and Sony’s...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Excellent 3D, useful upscaling of web sources and an engaging online dimension. Better pictures can be got for less from a plasma...

By TechRadar on 80

High up in Sony's "Cinematic" HX Series and just 27mm deep, this Edge LED-backlit LCD TV is a high-end choice indeed. Treated to Sony's much trumpeted, but really rather bland monolithic design (plain gloss black with no embellishments), the...

By on

Overall, the conclusion is that the Sony Bravia KDL-55HX823 delivers noteworthy 2D and 3D performance and has an attractive design, but the price is rather too...

By HDTV Reviews on

For a short time around 2004-2006, Sony, who, like the rest of the industry, was transitioning away from CRT televisions, was one of the top names in LCD performance. Using panels produced in a joint venture with Samsung (who, at the time, were still...