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Sony Sony Bravia 60" Class 3D LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV,1.62"ultra- slim,Internet-Connected, KDL-60EX720

Fusing a striking picture with elegant design, this edge LED-backlit Sony 60" LED-LCD HDTV is packed with state-of-the-art technology, including 3D in full-HD 1080p. Watch your favorite fast-action movies and sporting events in crystal clear detail thanks to X-Reality Engine. In addition to advanced energy saving features, this 3D TV is Wi-Fi Ready, which lets you instantly stream hit movies, popular TV shows and the latest music from Qriocity, YouTube and many more when you add the UWA-BR100 wireless adapter (sold separately). Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Sony 60" LED-LCD HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV service provider for details on how to upgrade.
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Customer Recommendation80%8 out of 10reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Sony Bravia 60" Class 3D LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV,1.62"ultra- slim,Internet-Connected, KDL-60EX720

Sony could give you more for your money

06/15/2011
By ,
Cherokee Village, Arkansas
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
I was forced into this 60" set since I needed a matte screen. I was going to buy the Vizio 65" for $200 more but the reviews stated it had a glossy screen. (I now have 2 Sony's, 1, 47" Vizio which this 60" set replaced, and 1 Panasonic LCD sets.) I have no complaint about the picture quality but can't comment about the 3D until I spend another $200 for 2 pair of glasses. Sony has cut corners so much that they don't even include any 3D glasses with this $2800 set. (Vizio gives you 4 pair). The owners manual is typical of Sony today and not much. The main owners manual is built into the tv. Now I see why all the magazines rave about the great manual Vizio furnishes. The menu is more complicated to navigate than the Vizio, but you have control over a large number of settings per scene setting. If you wall mount this set, get a mount that will stick out from the wall. Unlike Vizio, Sony did not recess the connections on the back. I had to get a 90 degree HDMI angle plug because a heavy HDMI cable pushed the set away from the wall. We sit 10 to 14 feet from this tv and anything larger might be too big. If you think SD looks bad on an HD set, it sure looks worse on one with a larger screen. A good upconverting DVD player is a must. We use a Sony BluRay unit and you can tell a little difference between a standard DVD versus a BluRay DVD. On the 47" Vizio or the 40" Sony it was hard to tell any difference. This review is not intended to be as negative as it may sound, but if Vizio had built a 60" with a matte screen I would have gone with it in a heart beat. If the 65" Vizio had a matte screen, I would have ordered it but I might be writing about how the screen was too big for the room. I marked that "I would recommend this to a friend" but only because I believe there is nothing else available in a 60" that would be better. I did look at LG and Sharp, read various magazine reviews about them and did not consider either. Also, to hook this set up to the internet requires a hard line ethernet connection or an optional Sony wifi adaptor. Come on Sony, this is not some $799 low end special. Internet ready should mean just that. The wifi should be built in or the adaptor free.
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Value
3 out of 5
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Meets Expectations
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Picture Quality
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Sound Quality
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Features
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Gender:Male
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
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Sony is listening to customers
Posted 04/10/2012
Sony decided to listen to its customers and not force them into 3D but giving them a option. That is why they offer the glasses separately, If they would include the price would have gone up do to the glasses are powered active glasses and not passive polarized glasses like Vizios fake 3d. Remember that only Active right now can give true 1080p True HD 3D where as passive tech which Vizio uses only gives you 720p for their 3D due to the limitations of the Polarized glasses tech. They are working on correctly this but the tech still isn't as good as the active glasses tech that is our now. This is why Sony hasn't jumped on the passive 3D bandwagon, granted it is cheaper but it isn't giving the best picture and Sony wants 1080p 3D, which utilizes 3D Bluray to its full potential. I myself have seen Vizio Sets next to other brands and Sony always shows a crisper picture, even Samsung and other branded set show better picture quality than vizio. But most just see the savings and accept the picture due to the money saving. but if you can get a Sony set for close to the price of a vizio jump on it. Walmart just recently dropped the price of a 55inch Sony LCD nonLED and it gives a great picture for $998.00 Very good price.
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Review 2 for Sony Bravia 60" Class 3D LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV,1.62"ultra- slim,Internet-Connected, KDL-60EX720

Buy at own risk

11/01/2011
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1 out of 5
I purchased this TV less than 13 months ago. The picture and sound went out two days ago. Dealing with Sony is a huge joke. They do not stand behind their product. We spent 3000.00 for a TV that is now basically useless. If you have money to throw away, buy this product, if not I suggest you google Sony and the Bravia product line and see all the complaints. Their products are defective. I wish I had, now I have to buy another TV which is a huge investment for our family. I guarantee it will not be a Sony product.
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1 out of 5
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1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Recommends this product? No
Age:45 - 54
Gender:Female
Ownership:Longer than one year
Usage:Every few days
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Warranty
Posted 11/03/2011
Maybe you should have considered an extended warranty on a 3000.00 TV. Every company has policy and procedure and usually that policy or procedure is to follow the Manufacture's warranty or extended warranty purchased by the customer. Sony is the only company that offers multiple years of extended warranty's. You would have to contact them to find Exact in formation on that.
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Review 3 for Sony Bravia 60" Class 3D LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV,1.62"ultra- slim,Internet-Connected, KDL-60EX720

Sony is the best.

10/02/2011
By ,
Huntsville, TX
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Easy to hook up and had all the features I was looking for in a TV. The 1080P HD and 3D is a great upgrade from my previous TV, which was also a Sony. The 3D sports are really nice. I use a lot of Sony and have never been disappointed.
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Meets Expectations
5 out of 5
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Picture Quality
5 out of 5
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Sound Quality
4 out of 5
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Features
5 out of 5
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Recommends this product? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
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Ratings-Only Reviews for Sony Bravia 60" Class 3D LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV,1.62"ultra- slim,Internet-Connected, KDL-60EX720
Based on the average of (7) ratings-only reviews
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