uk.testseek.com  

 
 
Search:   
 

Home » Home Electronics » TV » LCD TVs » Sony KDL-43W807



Working
Please wait...

  Expert reviews    

Reviews of Sony KDL-43W807

Testseek.co.uk have collected 80 expert reviews of the Sony KDL-43W807 and the average rating is 78%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Sony KDL-43W807.
 
(78%)
80 Reviews
Users
(89%)
1327 Reviews
78 0 100 80

The editors liked

  • Wellcontrasted picture
  • Excellent colors
  • Efficient image processing and motion compensation
  • Crisp
  • Detailed and vibrant picture
  • Strong
  • Deep blacks
  • Good smart features
  • Sleek and sturdy build
  • Good connectivity and easy to use
  • Superlative picture quality
  • Space
  • Saving design
  • Content
  • Rich smart TV system
  • Good auto picture optimisation
  • Good out-of-the-box accuracy for colour and greyscale
  • Excellent video processing
  • Strong black levels in normal viewing environments
  • Decent input lag
  • Beautiful picture quality
  • Exceptionally space-saving design
  • Content-rich smart system
  • Clever circular stand
  • Easy mirroring of smart phones via NFC
  • Decent lineup of smart TV apps
  • Strong 3D performance
  • Good standard-definition upscaling
  • Great motion on pictures
  • Fast
  • Funky user interface
  • Jam packed Internet TV portal

The editors didn't like

  • Very disappointing 3D
  • Input lag higher than usual for a Sony TV (only concerns gamers)
  • Narrow viewing angles
  • Black scenes can swallow finer detail
  • Colour balance could be more natural
  • Standard def is quite noisy
  • Slightly flimsy build quality
  • Android TV isn't great
  • Not cheap for HD
  • Average sonics
  • Some clouding and backlight uniformity issues
  • Especially when watching in dim surroundings
  • Some DSE present
  • Smart TV is promising
  • But still a little slow and clunky UI
  • Android TV system doesn't impress
  • Very average audio
  • Not cheap considering it's not 4K
  • Pricey
  • TV interface is relatively poor
  • Black levels could be deeper
  • Smart TV portal a bit jumbled
  • Single tuner seems a bit retro
  • Not all catch-up services

Show Show

 

Reviews

page 1 of 8
Order by:
Score
 
  Published: 2015-10-12, Author: Tanguy , review by: digitalversus.com

  • Wellcontrasted picture, Excellent colors, Efficient image processing and motion compensation
  • Very disappointing 3D, Input lag higher than usual for a Sony TV (only concerns gamers), Narrow viewing angles
  • Compared to the 43W755C, the Sony 55W805C brings you active 3D on top. Unfortunately, the 3D picture is very disappointing and the active 3D system doesn't have a decent resolution and there's too much crosstalk. The rest is pretty good, but no better tha...

 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(60%)
 
  Published: 2015-09-04, review by: avforums.com

  • Good out-of-the-box accuracy for colour and greyscale, Excellent video processing, Strong black levels in normal viewing environments, Decent input lag
  • Some clouding and backlight uniformity issues, especially when watching in dim surroundings, Some DSE present, Smart TV is promising, but still a little slow and clunky UI
  • The Sony KDL-W805C is a strong LED LCD 1080p TV from the company and will find itself at home in the average well lit living room with strong black levels, good colours and decent motion. There are issues when viewing the W805C in dim environments which a...

Read the full review (KDL-55W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
  Award


(80%)
 
  Published: 2015-08-03, Author: Vincent , review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • The Sony KDL-55W805C is largely a sideways move from last year's W829 Bravia, but that's no criticism of the former, because the latter has set quite a high bar as far as large-screen HDTVs go. Images on the W805C looked positively absorbing owing to deep...

Read the full review (KDL-55W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
  Award


-
 
  Published: 2015-07-29, Author: John , review by: techradar.com

  • Superlative picture quality, Space, saving design, Content, rich smart TV system, Good auto picture optimisation
  • Slightly flimsy build quality, Android TV isn't great, Not cheap for HD, Average sonics
  • So long as you don't see yourself being fussed about 4K for the next few years, the 55W805C is a compelling TV. Its engagingly slim form plays host to a long list of features that includes everything the TV needs to produce one of the finest pictures I've...

Read the full review (KDL-55W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
  Award


(90%)
 
  Published: 2015-07-23, review by: whathifi.com

  • Crisp, detailed and vibrant picture, Strong, deep blacks, Good smart features, Sleek and sturdy build, Good connectivity and easy to use,
  • Black scenes can swallow finer detail, Colour balance could be more natural, Standard def is quite noisy,
  • The Sony's 55in screen is the biggest draw here. You could easily buy a 4K resolution screen for less (the Panasonic TX-40CX680B at £700, for instance) but you would be sacrificing the benefits of having a large, vibrant screen.The KDL-55W805C may not be...

Read the full review (KDL-55W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(80%)
 
  Published: 2015-07-03, Author: John , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Beautiful picture quality, Exceptionally space-saving design, Content-rich smart system
  • Android TV system doesn't impress, Very average audio, Not cheap considering it's not 4K
  • Sony KDL-55W805C – 3D Picture Quality The 55W805C gets frustratingly close to being as stellar with 3D as it is with 2D. It's exceptionally good at delivering the Full HD resolution associated with the active 3D approach, creating 3D worlds that feel tang...

Read the full review (KDL-55W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
  Award


(90%)
 
  Published: 2015-03-27, review by: evogadget.com

  • s The Sony KDL50W800B 50-inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV will make game lovers everywhere applaud its performance. If we were to pick some setbacks, we'd opt for the poor Smart TV capabilities, 3D performance and poor viewing angles. Our overall grade: 8...

 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(85%)
 
  Published: 2013-08-09, review by: itreviews.com

  • The Sony W802A series of LED-lit LCD HDTVs performs well, but you can find other models that offer better performance for the price—or a lower price for similar performance....

 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(60%)
 
  Published: 2013-07-18, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Clever circular stand; Easy mirroring of smart phones via NFC; Decent lineup of smart TV apps; Strong 3D performance; Good standard-definition upscaling
  • Pricey; TV interface is relatively poor; Black levels could be deeper
  • The KDL-47W805A delivers good pictures in brighter rooms and has very good standard-definition upscaling. Its mediocre black levels means it's not a great choice for evening movie viewing, however. It's also a tad expensive and its smart TV system lags...

 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(70%)
 
  Published: 2013-07-01, Author: Steve , review by: T3.com

  • Great motion on pictures, Fast, funky user interface, Jam packed Internet TV portal
  • Smart TV portal a bit jumbled, Single tuner seems a bit retro, Not all catch-up services

Read the full review (KDL-47W805) »    
Google translate to English »
 
Was this review helpful?   
 
(80%)
    page 1 of 8 « Previous   1 2 3 4 5 ... 8   Next »  
 
More popular products from the same category


Join our Consumer Panel!

  • Infuence products of the future
  • Up to 3€ per answer
TestSeek will regularly send you survey invites to your email, you choose if and when you participate.

Join now! » (opens in a new window)


×