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Sony XBR-52HX909 52 1080p 240Hz 3D LED LCD HDTV

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Brand NameSony
Item Weight80 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 56 x 34 inches
Item model numberXBR52HX909
Color Nameblack
  
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ASINB003Q55A4W
Best Sellers Rank #99,422 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight106.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 7, 2010
  
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TV Display Technology led-lit LCD LED LED
Resolution 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080 4K Ultra HD 1080p
Refresh Rate 240 240 120 Hz 120
3D (Y/N) No No Yes Yes
Smart TV Yes Yes Yes Yes
Total HDMI Ports Information not provided Information not provided 4 4
Dimension 34.0 x 56.0 x 10.0 inches 30.6 x 49.4 x 2.6 inches 31.0 x 48.6 x 11.2 inches 27.3 x 44.0 x 7.1 inches
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  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: XBR52HX909
  • Display Technology: led-lit
  • Display Size: 52 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Sony XBR-52HX909 52" 1080p 240Hz 3D LED LCD HDTV

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The image looks great.
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It displays some very vibrant colors, crisp whites & very, very deep blacks.
jtorion
So I go to BB to look at this set.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Greg Balko on November 19, 2010
I recently decided I was going to purchase a new TV. I went online and spent a lot of time researching everything. It seemed like the Samsung UNC8000 was a well liked set by most reviewers. It is a edge lit LEd set with the added feature of local backlight control.

So I go to BB to look at this set. I'm in a relatively bright area and I see flashlights in the bottom corners. No guessing where the light source is located. I think to myself, "self, how terrible will this look in lower light?" So I go into the Magnolia room and spot the Samsung UNC9000, the flagship. Really beaytiful looking set. Turn it on and it is flashlighting also. I ask the guy to turn on the other TV in the room. We are watching Beowolf and the scene goes black. The Samsung turns dark gray with corner flashlights and the other TV goes pitch black. I can't tell the bezel apart from the screen. "Oh my God!", I said, asking what TV I was looking at. Turns out it was the Sony HX909. I didn't remember reading much about it. More about the PQ. Gorgeous is all I can say. The colors were dead on. The trumpet in Beowulf was gold like a trumpet should be. Turn around and it is dull yellow on the Samsung. The dark blacks of the Sony create so much contrast that all you can say is Wow! I really tried to get the Samsung to match the Sony. I lowered the backlighting, made sure it was in cinema mode and that it had its backlight control on. It still looked terrible compared to the Sony. I then tried to make the Sony look bad. I put it in torch mode and there was no flashlighting and it was still pretty impressive.

So I knew I need to research a little more. Turns out what separates this set from the masses is its full array back lighting.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By jtorion on October 23, 2010
Hello- I am no expert here & I normally don't write reviews for things. But I've noticed this LCD/LED TV only had 1 review for it, so I'll show it some love. I've had it for a day now and after tweaking the "out of box" settings just a bit, this panel just came to life. It displays some very vibrant colors, crisp whites & very, very deep blacks. The sharp/clean image detail is way beyond my softer more subdued looking XBR2. Although my XBR2 had better off axis viewing, the HX909 is pretty darn good when it comes to this. This may have something to do with the HX909's Glass Monolith panel design, which by the way is very cool looking. The panel comes with a swivel base that can be tilted back 6 degrees. The internet hook-up via ethernet cable works great.

I replaced my older 60XBR2 with this 52HX909 and the PQ makes up for the loss of 8" in panel size. IMHO, I feel that the HX909's full array back lit led w/local dimming makes this panel the best option that's available within the 2010 Sony HDTV lineup. I only care about 2D, therefore 3D does nothing for me. Also, I'm not a gamer. Although this TV lacks some of the on board gadgets that the LX900 series has, it certainly makes up for this with it's far superior PQ. Based on the better PQ I would go with a full array back lit w/local dimming panel over any edge lit/some local dimming(NX810) panels any day. Whatever panel you may decide to go with, just enjoy your new TV.

Good Day!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By jesse on October 10, 2010
I have had my tv for 4 weeks now and I must say I still get impressed by it's picture. Today I watched Train spotting on standard dvd via my Sony bdps550 and I was amazed how good it made the 480I look. It looked almost like a blu ray. The picture was perfect it had that film texture perfect brightness. This led is so good because it uses white led light it does not have a blue tinted light like so many lcd /led panels;call edge led. You see if you have a blue led it will tint your white color and it will offset all the other colors. So when you go out and look at a big tv wall compare the white colors on this set to others. You will notice other sets make the skies way too blue and peoples face look off color and on outside footage you lose the golden glow of the sun.
The other great thing about this set is the part that also makes it expensive; it is the back lit led. It allows sections of the panel to have no light which gives you great black levels " it makes a dark movie like Batman" look great and you don't lose detail in the surround parts which may need to be lighter.
The hd off the air antenna looks great and leaves you wowed and the remote is so cool too it has a power key on the underside so you can use your index finger to power the set. Now you don't have to make your way to the top of the remote to turn it off.
Lastly the 3d part. You may not care about 3d but you will like it when you see it. Remember this led has the best picture you can buy so 3d is just an extra feature. ps if its outside the budget checkout the kdl55hx800/810 it's also good. One more thing always use monster cable and monster power. good luck I hope this helped
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jack on November 16, 2010
I've been using my HX-909 for a couple of months and continue to be impressed with the quality of the picture it presents. The best description I can give is that it it's like looking out an open window. The LED backlight makes for vibrant colors. The black level is by far the best I've seen on an LCD set. It's nearly as black as the black plastic frame around the screen. The glass in front of the screen does an excellent job of eliminating glare from other sorces. The set is not a power hog by any means. My Kill-A-Watt meter shows an average draw of about 130 Watts with normal programming although that figure can drop quite a bit if there is a lot of dark in the scene, when some of the LED backlights are off.

Fast-moving scenes are rendered very well by the HX-909. Whether that's due to the 240 Hz processing or just Sony's basic technology I don't know but I do know that I've never seen any juddering. Picture quality seems more reliant on what's being fed to the set, rather than it adding any artifacts of its own. Also, as another reviewer noted, the way this set upconverts regular DVDs is pretty amazing. It really is hard to tell many of them from Blu-ray discs.

The number of inputs (4 HDMI, 2 component, 1 composite, 1 PC-RGB) is certainly adequate. The internal speakers are located in the bottom of the cabinet and are down-firing. Their sound is somewhat better than one might expect but you really need a home theater sound setup to do justice to the picture. I'm using a Sony HT-SS370 with mine along with a Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray player, all using HDMI connections. HDMI is also used to connect a Comcast HD box to the home theater.

Now, that remote control. It is both a pleasure to use and frustrating to use.
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