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  1. Sony 46HX853

    Sony KDL-46HX853

    Price as reviewed £1,450.00
    7 May 2012
    Our rating:

    Sony badly needs a TV hit - and in the 46HX853, that’s exactly what it’s got.

  2. Sony Bravia KDL-40NX803

    Sony Bravia KDL-40NX803

    Price as reviewed £869.00
    10 Aug 2010
    Our rating:

    This 40in LCD TV is one of the best edge LED picture performers we've seen yet - find out why.

  3. Sony Bravia KDL-46NX703

    Sony Bravia KDL-46NX703

    Price as reviewed £1,699.00
    22 Jun 2010
    Our rating:

    It's the first mainstream edge LED-lit LCD TV we've seen from Sony, so what do we think?

  4. Sony Bravia KDL-46X4500 46in LCD TV

    Sony Bravia KDL-46X4500 46in LCD TV

    Price as reviewed £2,482.50
    7 Apr 2009
    Our rating:

    Sony's decision to use LED backlighting is paying off as we look at the KDL-46X4500 LCD TV.

  5. Sony 46HX923

    Sony Bravia KDL-46HX923

    Price as reviewed £1,649.00
    23 Nov 2011
    Our rating:

    With its direct LED lighting system, is Sony’s flagship LCD TV, the KDL-46HX923, the stuff of AV dreams?

  6. Sony Bravia KDL-40HX803

    Sony Bravia KDL-40HX803

    Price as reviewed £898.95
    13 Jul 2010
    Our rating:

    As a 2D LED LCD television, it's excellent, but if you're interested in 3D, this 40in set becomes a more considered purchase.

  7. Sony Bravia KDL-46Z5500 46in LCD TV

    Sony Bravia KDL-46Z5500 46in LCD TV

    Price as reviewed £1,649.00
    25 Aug 2009
    Our rating:

    The Sony KDL-46Z5500 has design flare, excellent 200Hz processing and fine HD pictures, so is there anything not to like?

  8. Sony Bravia KDL-40ZX1 40in LCD TV

    Sony Bravia KDL-40ZX1 40in LCD TV

    Price as reviewed £3,208.00
    24 Feb 2009
    Our rating:

    Sony goes ultra-thin and wireless with this LED-lit 40in LCD TV.

  9. Sony Bravia KDL-47W805A

    Sony Bravia KDL-47W805A

    Price as reviewed £1,250.00
    23 May 2013
    Our rating:

    Can Sony's second tier W8 series pick up where the deliriously good flagship W9 left off?