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Old 06-26-2011, 10:42 AM
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The Sony KDL46HX800 HDTV is a new set that can handle 3D images. This is a great set for those who want to get a 3D television set but are not willing to go as far as to spend way too much or to get something that is relatively large in its size.

This Sony set works with the company's Bravia Engine 3 processor. This works to create quality images with little to no noise. The noise on the processor was practically nonexistent while the 1080p image was crystal clear.

The set was able to handle a Wi-Fi adaptor. This meant that it was able to get online services handled without the use of any additional wires. This is a refreshing change from other sets.

Of course the big thing that anyone would talk about with regards to a 3D set is how its 3D technology works. The set needed a 3D Sync Transmitter and 3D Active Glasses. These were sold separately and cost two hundred dollars to get. The 3D did look great after all that was gathered. The two images that were created by the set worked out very well to create some impressive looking images.

An interesting part of the KDL46HX800 set came from how easy it was to install. It did not take too much time to set up because of how its construction makes it easy to handle on a wall. The set is only three inches deep and it is about forty pounds in weight. For a set that can handle 3D images this was a very pleasant surprise.

Another great part of the KDL46HX800 comes from its many image options. There were several different display options on the set that were very easy to go back and forth around. There were options for a movie, game, photo, sports and general viewing system. Each option worked with its own zoom processes as needed, thus making this one of the better systems that have been tested in recent time.

The KDL46HX800 costs about $2700 on the market. This is less than that of other larger 3D television sets on the market and is a good value for those who want 3D images but don't want to break the bank on it. The materials that are needed for 3D viewing will still have to be bought separately but it should not be too much of a problem to get them.
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