Sony KDL-46NX720 LED LCD 3D HDTV Review$999.00
Tour & Design
The overall look and feel of the KDL-46NX720 is very slick and sleek, with an uncluttered front and attractive casing that won't stick out like a sore thumb.
As a nice bonus, the stand of the KDL-46NX720 swivels, allowing easier access to the rear ports and cables. The base does collect fingerprints very quickly though.
The manual controls on the KDL-46NX720 are frustrating, to say the least. It's not often that we're given a TV with a breaker on the unit itself, but that's exactly what Sony has done here. Despite its mendacious branding of an "ENERGY SAVING" switch, the KDL-46NX720 really makes a rather ambitious lie in order to snare the attention of the eco crowd.
The remote control of the Sony Bravia KDL-46NX720 is identical in every way to that of the KDL-55EX720, and carries with it the same pitfalls, like the very ill-placed auxiliary power button that's easy to accidentally press.
The remote itself is a bit bulky, but it isn't uncomfortable to hold unless you use the channel or volume buttons quickly after using the internet control buttons near the top of the remote. Despite all this, the options the remote grants you are actually quite nice, and the addition of a Netflix button greatly expedites use of the movie-streaming service on your TV.
In the Box
The Sony Bravia KDL-46NX720 comes packaged with the TV, user manual, stand, remote, adapters and batteries.