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Sony BRAVIA KDL-46BX450 46" LCD TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)
Sony KDL-46BX450 Lay your eyes on the true beauty of Full HD 1080p claritythe highest resolution available. From football games to TV shows, everything will look its best on this BX Series HDTV. And with four HD inputs, you can connect your cable box, PS3, Blu-ray Disc player and more. There's also a USB port for enjoying your camera's photos on the big screen.
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Product Details of Sony BRAVIA KDL-46BX450 46" LCD TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)
DescriptionSony KDL-46BX450 Lay your eyes on the true beauty of Full HD 1080p claritythe highest resolution available. From football games to TV shows, everything will look its best on this BX Series HDTV. And with four HD inputs, you can connect your cable box, PS3, Blu-ray Disc player and more. There's also a USB port for enjoying your camera's photos on the big screen.
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3 Reviews for Sony BRAVIA KDL-46BX450 46" LCD TV09/04/2012Please be aware that this unit is a 60-Hz. You would be hard-pressed to learn this from the specs and reviews.
While 120-Hz units cost more, and reduce blur, the quality of this 60-Hz unit is adequate, especially at this price. All TV signals are broadcast and/or recorded in 60-Hz. Thus, any 120-Hz or 240-Hz unit is not receiving/displaying a higher-quality signal, but merely interpolating the time-slices between the 60-cycle images (a digital scrubbing, as it were), to reduce blur.
Probably info overload, but I just wanted to say that it's a 60-Hz unit, in case anyone is looking for that spec. Wikipedia has an article on "HDTV blur" (section 100 Hz+) that explains it all.
Revision, about a month after purchase: I am very happy with this unit. The product page on Amz. is a bit misleading re: "Clear Resolution Enhancer" (whatever that is). Amz indicates that this unit does not have it, but the manufacturer's shipping crate clearly states that...29/04/2012I've used this product for a full day and I am blow away from what it delivers. I bought this TV for heavy gaming (PS3 & PC), watching Dish Network Satellite channels, and Blu-ray movies. I've tested each of these criteria on the Sony KDL40BX450 and have seen amazing clarity. There are also lots of features that it has which add to your personal viewing experience (i.e. different aspect ratios, scene selects, equalizer, etc.). The BRAVIA Sync Functionality works great as well (provided you have a capable SONY device which supports the feature).
Additional Information: I have set this up in a small to medium size room, so viewing distance is not a problem. I'd recommend this model even if you're planning on installing it in the living room. Also, don't bother listening to another reviewer who stated that this is not a BRAVIA model. There is a big fat "BRAVIA" label on the top left of the TV (not to mention it has BRAVIA Sync).
To conclude, I would recommend this...07/04/2012First, I have to say we were a little worried about ordering a TV online. I talked to somoene in the "big products" (not the right phrase, exactly) department at Amazon who assured me the TV would arrive in perfect condition, and if not, returning a TV was as easy as returning a book. So we ordered. And the TV did arrive in perfect condition. So if any of you are worried about ordering such a large and expensive item, set your worries aside.
As far as the TV goes, I cannot give you a technical review. All I know is the picture is GREAT, it was easy to set up and it's intuitive to use. We aren't gamers and we don't have 6 different things to plug into it. We have a DVD player. That's it. Movies look and sound great for our needs.