The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 46 “1080p LCD HDTV is an elegant look with its piano black frame must be fixed. The black surface is reflective, but not disturbing bright as a mirror, as long as you do not jump in front of a light source . This is a serious research LCD HDTV with black finish and anti-glare screen. he sees not only aesthetically beautiful, but it sounds impressive, where it matters more than image. The image, like the Sony Bravia V2500 models, looks great. No annoying reflections, your viewing experience and fogging that some of the owner is hit with the model V2500 ruins of the hotel. If any, you need luck. The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV has a refresh rate of 60 Hz and high-end models 120Hz, motion blur is not as smooth as the more expensive sets. This does not mean it is blurry. It’s still fairly smooth during fast action sequences and you probably will not be able to say, however, when playing HD content. The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV up scales 480i standard definition content with its Reality Creation Multi-Function v1. 0-technology and you can see that it really helps to make SD stuff less terrible than it would be. This simply means the application programming interface standard is good, but not where you are with a CRT, but not as bad as many other LCD TVs. The black and contrast is different from what is expected of a good LCD. The colors are rich and images to life better than other HDTVs LCD. Side by side with the Samsung or Sharp, Sony looked better. In fact, it can even with some plasma televisions on hand to compete. Then, switch to normal mode and not use the Vivid mode and adjust some adjustments from there to meet your needs and the image is almost perfect. Tip: Sharpen the image and increasing black. Configure the settings in the Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV is a snap with the highly respected XMB menu, which even in the PS3. Speaking of the PS3, watching Blu-ray on the KDL-46V3000 is simply breathtaking. If you do not have a PS3 or a Blu-Ray, you must if you are getting an HDTV. The HD DVD is dead. The Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV PIP or not in the picture, but it will take on P & P or the image and the image. You can take video input from two sources simultaneously, but only HDMI, TV tuner and video on the left side of the TV and components to the right. That means no HDMI and HDMI observed simultaneously. This is not a deal breaker, since the image quality is up there. The sound quality is good, you should not invest in a home theater with surround sound, but lacks a little attention to the bass. It is much better than many LCD panels considering the size of a piano black frame. I recommend the Sony Bravia KDL-46V3000 1080p LCD HDTV if you do not want to spend a few extra Ben Franklins on the XBR4 and you do not want the older but still excellent KDL-46V2500. You can not go wrong with this election and it is one of the best beats for the dollar.