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Sony BRAVIA KDL46BX450 46-Inch 1080p HDTV, Black (2012 Model)

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46-Inch
  • Amazing High Definition picture quality
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 43.875-Inch x 26.625-Inch x 3.875-Inch, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 43.875-Inch x 28.125-Inch x 11-Inch
  • 5.1 Channel Audio,Wall Mountable: VESA 300 x 300 mm
  • Refresh Rate 60Hz
  • Twin Picture : PAP(Fixed), PIP
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Product Information

Size: 46-Inch
Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight39 pounds
Product Dimensions52 x 7.4 x 30 inches
Item model numberKDL46BX450
  
Additional Information
ASINB006U1VG5Q
Best Sellers Rank #50,557 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68.1 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 9, 2012
  
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Technical Details

Size: 46-Inch
  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: KDL46BX450
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 46 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

Size: 46-Inch

Product Description

Get great Sony high-definition picture quality with the Sony® BX-Series HDTV. Limited Warranty Term : 12 Months Parts / 12 Months Labor

From the Manufacturer

Sony BRAVIA KDL46BX450 46-Inch 1080p HDTV, Black

46BX450
  • Brilliant Full HD 1080p picture quality
  • Four HD inputs for a cable box, PS3 and more*
  • Share your pictures on the big screen via USB input
  • Clear detail & contrast w/ Clear Resolution Enhancer
  • Less grain & clear picture w/ Digital Noise Reduction
  • Theater-like movie viewing with 24p True Cinema
  • One remote for multiple devices with BRAVIA Sync





















Experience Full HD 1080p clarity-the highest resolution available-with the Sony KDL46BX450 Full HD 1080p HDTV. From football games to TV shows, everything will look its best. And with 4 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.


Key Features


Full HD 1080p

Enjoy crystal-clear detail with Full HD 1080p picture quality. It's the highest in-home resolution available and takes advantage of the all-out HD experience of broadcast TV, satellite and other HD sources like your Blu-ray Disc player or PlayStation 3 entertainment system.

Four HD Inputs

With the KDL40BX450, you can plug into the action with versatile HD connection options. Four HD inputs include two HDMI inputs for sources like your HD cable box, home theater system, Blu-ray Disc player or PS3 system, one HD component input and a PC input (HD-15 pin) which lets you use your HDTV as a computer monitor.*

USB Input

Share your vacation photos instantly on the big screen or listen to your favorite music. Simply connect your compatible digital camera, USB-enabled MP3 player or USB storage device directly to your HDTV's USB input. It's a fast and simple way to relive the memories without a hassle.

Clear Resolution Enhancer

Fine details and textures appear in whatever you’re watching, even in flat areas. Powered by Sony’s advanced noise reduction algorithm, this technology boosts image clarity with heightened contrast and depth that you won’t find on most televisions.

Scene Select

With the KDL46BX450, adjusting the picture is as easy as changing the channel. Just make a quick choice among five pre-configured audio and video settings for a customized fit to what you're watching. Scene Select options include Sports, Photo, Game, Cinema and Music.

24p True Cinema

Enjoy movie theater-like quality with Sony’s 24p True Cinema technology. The technology allows the TV to maintain a movie’s original 24 frames per second (fps) rate so it looks less like television and more like it would in the movie theater.  

BRAVIA Sync

With BRAVIA Sync, you can conveniently operate and control other BRAVIA Sync compatible devices – including BRAVIA HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc players, surround sound systems, Handycam camcorders and Cyber-shot digital still cameras, all with one remote control.**


*Cables sold separately.
**Syncs with BRAVIA Sync or Theatre Sync products.



Product Specifications

Backlight Type:
 CCFL
Display Device:
LCD
Display Resolution: Full HD 1080p
Screen Size (diagonal):
46 Inches
HDMI:
2 (1 Rear/1 Side)
Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr):
1 (Rear Hybrid with Composite)
Composite Video: 1 (1 Rear Hybrid)
USB 2.0 Ports:
1 (Side)
RF Connection:
1 (Rear)
Analog Audio Input:
1 (Rear)
PC Input: 1 (D-Sub: Rear, Audio IN: Rear Hybrid with HDMI)
AC Power Input:
1 (Rear)
Digital Audio Output:
1 (Rear)
Audio Out:
1 (Side)
Dimensions: 43 7/8 x 26 5/8 x 3 7/8 (3 5/8) Inches-(43 7/8 x 28 1/8 x 11-Inches With Stand)

Sony 2012 HDTV Comparison



Series:
BX330
BX450
EX640
HX750
HX729
HX850
HX929
Models:
 32"

Picture Quality

             
Display Resolution
HD 720p
3D in Full HD 1080p


Picture Engine
LED Backlight

Motionflow Technology

OptiContrast Panel




Corning Gorilla Glass




Connectivity

             
Skype Ready

Sony Entertainment Network


Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi Adaptor Included
Wi-Fi Direct



"Media Remote" App


USB Input
2
2 4
4
4 4
4
HDMI Inputs

Energy Efficiency

             
Energy Star

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, I think Samsung have better picture quality.
m22
You will be glad you did and I wouldn't be writing this/wasting my time if I didn't think that the Sony Bravia tops them all!!!
mrlibra63
This is a great TV with clean, crisp picture AND good sound.
Di.Li.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

330 of 343 people found the following review helpful By D. Chambers on April 9, 2012
Size Name: 40-Inch Verified Purchase
Please 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.
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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 this unit (like the EX640 unit) does have it. Specs constantly change; inquiring minds want to know. It seems to reduce the out-of-focus conditions on the old Hollywood DVDs that are just plain old VHS transfers. Nice!

Another thing: older analog SONYs let you "Fix Channel" (lock it) on, say, channel 3. This is for us folks that get all their broadcast signals from a cable box--which has all signals coming out of the box to the TV on, say, channel 3. This keeps the kids and spouse and dog from hitting the numeric channel numbers on the remote, and inadvertently going into a black-screen situation. And the subsequent troubleshooting, puzzlement, etc....
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115 of 125 people found the following review helpful By skyewalker on April 7, 2012
Size Name: 46-Inch Verified Purchase
First, 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.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Jay Goswami on April 29, 2012
Size Name: 40-Inch Verified Purchase
I'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 product to anyone who is looking for a quality LCD 40-incher with a great price.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By mrlibra63 on May 29, 2012
Size Name: 40-Inch
I have been a Sony user/buyer since the first Walkmans appeared. I still have my 1992 Sony rack system that has been moved countless times and been through hell. The 5 disc carousel still works great but the tape-deck finally gave-up a couple years ago. Sony really shines with this Bravia. I wanted one ever since I first set eyes on one in a Fred Meyer store in Oregon. I FINALLY was able to purchase the 40inch Bravia (Best Buy) and by then (2010) they had introduced the "motion flow" technology which really enhances the viewing experience. I think I paid $800.00 that summer. Purchase a Sony Blu-Ray player at the same time you buy the Bravia, the absolute best 1080p flat-screen on the market!! You will NEVER go back to 720p or regular DVD's again. The improvement is that good. It redefines the old HD and has an almost 3D effect with some animation blu-ray movies. The Bravia has many inputs/outputs for components, game systems, etc, and you will want to invest the extra 40 bucks for the HDMI cable. It saves a lot of time and helps if you have additional components to add like surround sound system (which I hooked up to that old 1992 5.1 surround/lol) Just buy it. You will be glad you did and I wouldn't be writing this/wasting my time if I didn't think that the Sony Bravia tops them all!!! Personally, I find the 40 inch a very nice size. One more neat thing about the Bravia, it doesn't have that cheap-glossy glass screen like those cheap Vizeo's. The screen is matte which reduces glare tremendously. I can't stand TV's and laptops with a shiny screen, what a drag.
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