Sony Bravia EX700 Series 46-Inch LED HDTV, Black

  • 46-inch LED HDTV with full HD 1080p resolution lets you take full advantage of HD sources like a Blu-ray Disc Player or PlayStation3 gaming console
  • Ambient Sensor and LightSensor technologies automatically adjust the color and backlight based on a room’s lighting
  • BRAVIA Internet Video for instant video and music streaming; Wi-Fi adapter ready; Motionflow 120Hz technology for smooth motion; USB port for photos, music and video playback; BRAVIA Sync controls compatible devices with one remote
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 2 component, 2 composite, 1 PC, 1 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 optical digital audio output
  • Includes removable stand; measures 44.125 x 28.75 x 11.125 inches with stand
Product Description
Enjoy Full HD 1080p, incredible contrast and smooth motion performance with the slim Edge LED backlit Sony BRAVIA EX700-Series LCD HDTV. Connect to the internet and instantly stream a wide variety of movies, TV shows, videos and music using apps from Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, YouTube, Slacker and more… More >>

Price: $1,448.95

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3 Responses to “Sony Bravia EX700 Series 46-Inch LED HDTV, Black”

  1. J. Smith says:

    I’ve had this TV for a couple of days and it exceeded all my expectations. I have been in the market for a new TV since November of 2009. I have done a ton of research and I believe that for the money this is one of the best TVs in the market. I looked at the Samsung LEDs and while they are good TVs, I find the glossy screens are distracting with all the reflections it creates. This can definitely be troublesome if your house has big windows next to the TV like mine does.

    At the end, the Sony KDL-46EX700 was the perfect TV. Some of the great features include: ambient light sensor (the backlight changes depending on the amount of light source in the room), internet capabilities (Sony has a ton of widgets), exceeds energy star ratings, presence sensor (turns TV off when it does not sense a person in the room), motion flow control and finally a attractive modern clean design.

    As for picture quality the TV shines on all level. I have U-Verse cable and the picture looks great in HD and SD. The picture quality on DVD is great, as well as, the Netflix streaming. Blu ray quality is out of this world.

    As for sound quality, I am uncertain as my TV is connected to a home theater system. I really have nothing bad to say about this TV. The only knock that I have on this TV if any, is that the remote looks cheap. It does work, however, so I really can’t complain. Plus I plan on replacing it with a universal remote.

    In the end, If you are in the market for a new LED TV I highly recommend this TV.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Jay F. says:


    Getting a matte screen was the top consideration for me, as I live in a room with intense sunlight. If you are putting the TVin a bright room, it’s one of the better options I found at this price point. There is excellent color accuracy. Greens are actually natural green, not neon as they appear on other brands. Very good black levels. I think the HD content is incredible. The Motionflow setting (120hz) is great for sports, but turn it off for movies and most other content. Excellent looking TV design. The ultra thin screen is striking. The automatic ambient light adjustment is a nice feature. The internet content is decent – particularly Netflix and Amazon on Demand. Be aware that not every movie in the Netflix catalogue is downloadable, and also be aware that only some of the content for Netflix and Amazon is in HD (this will probably improve with time, though). You can hook the TV up with an ethernet cable, or go wireless with a USB adapter (though it costs another $80 to purchase from Sony). This was easy to set up. The menu is easy to navigate. I like the various screen modes for different content. There are a thousand ways to customize the picture to your liking. Unlike some of the Sony models in recent years, the stand does swivel. Very energy efficient.


    Contrast does diminish a bit when you are off center, but no more than other LCD’s I have seen. It would be nice to have a separate Motionflow button on the remote for ease of access. The sound is thin, although you can improve it with some tweaks. If you are going to use it with a home theater, it doesn’t matter. If you aren’t, you might find it substandard. The Presence Sensor is a bit gimmicky – you won’t care that you have this 10 minutes after you set it up. There is some noticeable judder on certain content, but I set the TV to the CineMotion Auto 2 setting in Picture Adjust – it seemed to smooth this out a lot. I can’t discern much benefit from the LED edge lighting, other than the fact that it allows for the thin design.

    The TV isn’t perfect, but overall, I’m pleased with my purchase.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Purple Tang says:

    It’s my first HD TV and I am really happy with it. I have to upgrade my DVD so that I can use HDMI and it transforms regular picture to 1080 format. The motion flow is great. No motion blur is noticeable. I hook up the sound to my Hi-fi audio system and you feel like in the movie theater.

    The volume adjustment is a little bit tricky. The adjustment at the side of the unit has to adjust first. The volume was small when I use the remote. I have to crank up the manual volume adjustment to get higher volume on the remote control.

    You have to act quick to pick the signal inputs selections otherwise it reset. Can Sony give me more time to select the inputs?

    The specification sheet indicates PIP function. I can not find it.

    The TV channel switching takes a while (few seconds). Is it typical for digital TV?

    The picture quality on HD broadcast is super. I notice that some of the news broadcaster’s faces are like new to me. I can see the face hairs and wrinkles.

    The picture quality of non-HD broadcast is poor and I believe the HD TV set is not responsible for that. I have a regular 13″ TV in the other room. I know the differences.

    Rating: 5 / 5

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