The Sony Bravia HX925 is a tad pricey even with 500 dollars shaven off its retail price, but it's ravishing picture quality is worth the dough if you have $5,499 to spare. This 55-incher is powered by direct LED backlights and also features Sony latest X-Reality Pro video engine to improve contrast levels and image clarity. A winner in our recent Tech Awards, this 3D-capable HDTV is not afraid of your boisterous kids either with Sony's incorporation of a Corning Gorilla glass panel. What's more, there are a whole load of freebies to be had, and that includes a Sony tablet as well as four pairs of 3D glasses among others.
What can $1,099 buy you? In Sony's case, you can grab the 40-inch Bravia EX520 if you can't quite afford the high-nosed HX925. As a mid-range model, this Full-HD panel is capable of delivering a palette of natural colors and enjoyably crisp image detail. Social media fans might also relish Sony's Internet TV platform, which includes a nice selection of video and social media widgets like Facebook and Twitter. Those conscious of their utility bills would appreciate the EX520's edge LEDs and the TV's conservative power consumption of 99 watts.
Fancy a 3D Blu-ray home theater system for less than $500? You're in luck for Sony's BDV-E380 is priced at only $499. And what's equally important is that this 5.1-channel system packs a wallop of features. The E380 comes equipped with a 3D-ready Blu-ray player, network capabilities, USB playback, and Sony's Bravia Internet Video widgets. Don't fret if your TV lacks a web browser, for there's one to be found in the E380 as well.
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