Sony HDTV Are Great Quality Products Though A Bit Too Expensive
Sony products are well known for their excellence and the Sony HDTV is impressive as well and is leaving its mark on the market that from the launch of its first HDTV product in 2006 has seen much evolution in the entire Sony HDTV product range. Sony has since diversified and come up with more products than the simple plasma HDTV that it began with, and it has also changed the name of its LCD televisions to Bravia, all of which has resulted in better quality and enhanced reputation of Sony as a maker of great HDTV's.
Problem With Reliability
Though Sony HDTV does suffer from a fair share of criticism, the company has still made sincere endeavors to overcome the general perception amongst reviewers that the products are high priced and not as reliable as one would expect. Thus, when you look at the new products that Sony is launching and also the improvisations being made in their Sony HDTV products, you can easily discern a move to solve whatever problems may have cropped up from time to time.
The Sony HDTV product range is broad and it starts from its twenty-six inch Bravia XBR to the bigger forty-six niche Bravia, and you can't help but is impressed by the staggering 1366x768 resolution and also Sony's own Bravia Engine video processor that are major features worth having in a HDTV, and despite having all of the features found in competing makes and models, the price is what ultimately detracts from the Sony HDTV.
Still, with a Sony HDTV you can expect the best of picture quality and the colors are vivid while blacks are outstanding though there may be some amount of calibration in order to obtain the desired end results and this is noticeable in the 720p reproduction in forty inch Sony HDTV's that have very sharp images though getting the colors to balance out right is rather more difficult to achieve.
There are other endearing features to the Sony HDTV including the multiple built-in tuners and the Advanced Television Systems Committee or ATSC tuner that are especially useful for receiving over the air HDTV broadcasts that are now gaining more ground in their usage. And, you can also expect your Sony HDTV to come with Digital Cable Ready via Cable Card as well as Quadrature Amplitude Modulation tuner which can in certain instances obviate the necessity of having separate as well as external cable boxes.
Though there is a lot to owning the Sony HDTV, the price is the big problem, which can in many cases cause buyers to look at other brands, and thus sacrifice quality for quantity.