Everything we said in the original article holds true--the only thing that's different is the size!
The only exception is that some manufacturers fit different sized televisions with panels from different sources. In that case, our comments are only valid for the panel that we originally tested. Contrast, black levels, colour handling and ghosting are all subject to change from one panel to another.
Manufacturers who do fit the same panel in all of the TVs in a range can expect the same results across the whole range. The only factor which could be prone to slight variation is the brightness, producing slightly different contrast. According to our own tests, and assurances from manufacturers, the results of one TV can accurately be applied to others in the range.
- Excellent contrast and very deep blacks: 3364:1 and 0.06 cd/m²
- Accurate colours: average deltaE of 1.5
- Matte finish doesn't suffer from reflections
- No clouding on the version we tested
- Low energy consumption: 71 W
- No motion interpolation
- Viewing angles too narrow
- Media player doesn't support enough video formats
- Panel responsiveness below average
The Sony Bravia CX520 is an entry-level TV with great picture quality and no problems with clouding. All that's missing is support for 3D and motion interpolation.