I am faced with a dilemma... I have a 6 month old 46EX500 and a 3 year old 46XBR4 with a new display screen (compliments of Sony). I can only keep one of these. The EX is out of all warranty and the XBR has an extended warranty on the screen. They both look great, are both 1080p 120Hz. Specs are similar with the exception of Contrast ratio- The XBR is 18,000:1 while the EX is 150,000:1. The darks look a little better on the XBR but both pictures are excellent. The XBR does have much improved sound. So... Do I take the EX down off the wall and sell it and mount the XBR or do I jus ..
I have a KDLV4100 that has developed a problem. It will work perfectly sometimes and other times there is a what I can best describe as a dark splotch that will move from left of the center of the screen to the right side. It's almost like ink moving over to the side. Another symptom is that images will freeze in the dark area and slowly fade away. This happens more when the TV is cold and just starting up but will also happen when the set has been on for awhile. Then it will "snap" back and the picture will be great. Any ideas? I've got my opinion but need yours. --Joe
I have virtually the same set KDL-40VL130 that I bought on C-list for $25. The previous owner had bought it from sams club and they replaced it under the extended warranty. They did not want the set , they just told them to pitch it!!! It had the 13 blink problem so I opened it up and guess what - one of the ccfl's was out! Got it from ccfl warehouse and the TV now works great! So I got a 14 month old 40" Sony Bravia LCD for a total of $50. Can't beat that!!! Thanks for this forum!
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