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Reasons to choose Sony KDL-55HX850TOP.:.

Screen Size : 55" , Year : 2012 See all tech specs for Sony KDL-55HX850
Sony KDL-55HX850 vs LG 42LM660S
  • 3D Glass Type Active 3D glasses Active vs Passive There are several 3D technologies on the market. Some TVs require active glasses (which require battery special electronic-ware), some TVs have passive, simpler glasses. Active glasses are capable of displaying full hd (1080p) resolution to both eye where passive glasses split up the resolution and provide 540p to single eye.
  • Screen Size Bigger screen 55" vs 42" Approximately 71% bigger screen
  • Thickness Slightly slimmer 30,5 mm vs 33,4 mm 9% thinner design
  • Video Types Wider video format support WMV, MPEG1, MPEG2PS, MPEG2TS, AVCHD, MP4Part10, MP4Part2 vs HD, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 This model supports more audio formats compared to LG 42LM660S. It is crucial for watching videos with various video-codes and file formats.
  • Screen Refresh Rate Higher screen refresh rate 800 Hz vs 400 Hz This TV has about 2 times faster screen refresh rate. For example, a TV that supports 1080p/24 (which means it can display 24 distinct frames per second for a 1920x1080 resolution) will show 24 distinct frames that will be displayed more than once in a second. In our example, a 120Hz TV will show each distinct frame 5 times (120/24 = 5)

Reasons to choose LG 42LM660STOP.:.

Screen Size : 42" , Year : 2012 See all tech specs for LG 42LM660S
LG 42LM660S vs Sony KDL-55HX850
  • USB Ports More USB ports 3 port vs 2 port LG 42LM660S has 1 more extra USB ports which is widely used by most of pluggable devices such as digital cameras, external hard drives, wireless keyboards, mice etc.
  • Power Consumption Much less power consumption 52 Watt vs 93 Watt Around 44% less power consumption per hour (41 Watt difference). It is better for your pocket and environment.
  • Weight Much lighter 14,800 g vs 27,900 g 47% lighter design
  • Vesa Mount VESA mount support Yes vs No You can mount your TV to the wall by any products that has VESA logo on it ( Video Electronics Standards Association ). If your TV supports VESA mount, you will have more options for your TV to mount it.
  • Audio Types Wider audio format support AC3(Dolby Digital), EAC3,HAAC,AAC, Mpeg, MP3, PCM, DTS vs MP3, WMA, LPCM This model supports more audio formats compared to Sony KDL-55HX850. It is crucial for watching movies and listening to tracks with various audio-codes and file formats.

Pros & ConsTOP.:.

Common Pros

Common Cons

  • 3D Display Supports 3D Amazing television experience with 3D property
  • HDMI Ports Too many HDMI ports 4 port
  • USB Ports Sufficient USB ports KDL-55HX850 : 2 port 42LM660S : 3 port
  • Power Consumption Energy-saving models KDL-55HX850 : 93 Watt 42LM660S : 52 Watt
  • Picture In Picture (PIP) Picture-In-Picture You can watch a second channel in a little popup at the corner of the screen
  • Built-in Wi-Fi Built in wifi You can surf the internet with your tv by connecting the network wirelessly
  • Ethernet Port Wired internet connection You can plug and surf the internet with a ethernet cable
  • DLNA Support DLNA With DLNA supported mobile phones, computers and tablets, you can show your pictures and videos on the screen
  • Audio Types Supports lots of audio formats KDL-55HX850 : MP3, WMA, LPCM 42LM660S : AC3(Dolby Digital), EAC3,HAAC,AAC, Mpeg, MP3, PCM, DTS
  • Video Types Supports lots of video formats KDL-55HX850 : WMV, MPEG1, MPEG2PS, MPEG2TS, AVCHD, MP4Part10, MP4Part2 42LM660S : HD, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4
  • Screen Backlight Advanced backlighting Edge-lit LED
  • Screen Refresh Rate Very high refresh rate KDL-55HX850 : 800 Hz 42LM660S : 400 Hz
  • Local Dimming Local dimming Local dimming is the process of switching off appropriate lights at the back of the screen which is managed smartly by the TV itself regarding to the brightness and contrast of the scene. For example, with local dimming you can see the burning section of a lit candle (on a black background) sharper because black areas will not be backlit.
  • Native Resolution Full HD screens 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • We couldn't determine any common cons

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