Sony Bravia HX753 (2012) Series

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 501 recensioni su Sony Bravia HX753 (2012) Series. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.4/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.3/5 per altri prodotti. Gli clienti sono entusiasti circa qualità fabbricazione e design. In aggiunta, prezzo e qualità immagine ottengono buoni commenti ma si possono individuare recensioni non positive circa la connettività e il telecomando.

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Sony KDL-32HX753


Can Sony's new HX753 series continue the run of form kicked off by the outstanding HX853s?

Crosstalk-light 3D pictures, Excellent online features, Can work well in a dark environment

Black levels not great with most picture settings, Pictures lack dynamism, Input lag



Recensione esperto da : John Archer (

Sony KDL-46HX753


Bigger is definitely better for Sony's latest 46in TV.

Good 3D pictures ; Good value ; Surprisingly strong black level performance

Surprisingly chunky design ; Calibrated pictures not the brightest ; No 3D glasses included


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Sony KDL-32HX753 review


Best 32in TV, Awards 2012. Across-the-board quality, from menus to motion handling

Stylish design ; intuitive menus ; extensive Smart TV content ; brilliant motion handling ; excellent colour balance

3D glasses not included ; white balance could be punchier

Best 32in TV, Awards 2012. The Sony does everything you need and performs superbly: an excellent all-rounder


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Sony KDL-46HX753 review


Sony has hit the performance/price ratio spot on with this impressive TV

Looks, build, finish ; ample spec at the price ; tremendous picture-making ability, with black tones a real highlight

Sounds frankly poor ; contrasts could be starker ; so-so DVD upscaling

The performance/price ratio is all in the consumer’s favour here – the HX753 needs to be seen


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Sony KDL-32HX753 review


Sony's premium 800-series sets – like the HX853 – have rightly attracted a lot of praise, but the other end of the company's 2012 line-up is just as talented: the KDL-32HX753 brings some of the high-end picture-enhancing tech employed by its bigger...

Smooth, crisp picture, Great selection of TV streaming apps, Visually appealing

32in may not be enough for some


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Sony KDL-40HX753 review


Smart TV with a corporate feel on this good value, though average, Edge LED TV

Video app selection ; Cinematic Blu-ray pictures ; Impressively clean 3D ; Colours ; Laid-back 'easel' design

Repetitive user interface ; Average upscaling ; No MKV support ; No 3D glasses included

Forget and make.believe; should be Sony's new motto if this 40-incher from its HX7 Series is anything to go by.


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Sony KDL-32HX753 review


Can its mid-range smart TV continue Sony's resurgence?

Potentially good 2D ; Crosstalk-free 3D ; Excellent online features ; Fair value

Input lag gaming issue ; Poor Home menu ; Pictures not the brightest ; Backlight inconsistency

In the nick of time, Sony has finally got its flatscreen TV act together, delivering with its flagship HX853 series arguably the best-performing LCD TVs ever. So it's with real enthusiasm that we take receipt of the first model from the brand's new...


Recensione esperto da : Steve May (

Sony KDL-32HX753 review


Also available is the 40in KDL-HX753 (£899), 46in KDL-46H753 (£1199) and 55in KDL-55HX753 (£1549). Value for money definitely improves as you step up in screen size.

The Sony KDL-32HX753 is an expensive, undeniably stylish Freeview telly with a fine feature spread. The amount of streaming content available from Sony's online entertainment portal is dizzying, and HD picture quality is solid. If you like sports...


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Sony KDL-32HX753


Sony's KDL-32HX753 is a 32-inch full high definition 3D LED TV with built-in Wi-Fi and Sony Internet TV, allowing viewers to use apps such as YouTube, Facebook, Netflix and similar such apps. It has four HDMI inputs, the ability to connect to a PC, two...

For a mid-entry television, the Sony KDL-32HX753 does itself justice, but with less than stellar picture quality and sound compared to the best, don’t expect it to blow you away. Sony KDL-32HX753 is tagged with Sony, KDL-32HX753, review, HD TV, 3D, LED...


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Sony HX753 (KDL-55HX753) 3D LED LCD TV Review


Will Sony's return to form continue with the HX753? We get our second look at the 2012 Bravia range.

Excellent contrast ; Rich blacks - with dynamic contrast enabled ; Very accurate colours out-of-the-box ; Reference greyscale and colour when calibrated ; Plenty of Video on Demand content ; Price is realistic

Cloudy blacks - with contrast enhancer off ; Panel banding evident on light colours ; 3D glasses need to be kept totally level ; SEN content/apps need to be unified