Sony Televisions Allen TX

Looking for Sony Televisions in Allen? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Allen that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Sony Televisions in Allen.

Accudata Technologies
(972) 390-2610
206 W McDermott Dr
Allen, TX
 
Wylie Tv Satellite Dss & Home Theatre
(972) 442-6399
701 N Highway 78 Ste D
Wylie, TX
 
Friendship Cable
(972) 924-8093
322 E 7 St
Anna, TX
 
Direct USA Satellite TV Authorized Dealer
(214) 556-1764
1550 K Ave
Plano, TX
 
Best Buy
(972) 578-8000
2800 N Central Expy
Plano, TX
Recycling Services
Recycling Kiosk
Ink & Toner Drop-off
We also recycle, rechargable batteries, cables, wiring, cords, game controllers

Andrew Corporation
(972) 952-9700
2601 Telecom Pkwy
Richardson, TX
 
Jcorp Dallas
(972) 625-7188
5150 Paige Rd
The Colony, TX
 
Fast Lane Electronics
(972) 682-4357
3403 Point East Dr
Mesquite, TX
 
Svtronics Inc
(972) 509-8065
3465 Technology Dr
Plano, TX
 
Direct USA Satellite TV Authorized Dealer
(469) 277-1388
1550 K Ave
Plano, TX
 

Sony Televisions

Sony Television

Sony is one of the true giants in the entertainment industry. This Japanese company is known for manufacturing television sets that provide extremely sharp images, and it continues to live up to its reputation today.

Pros: Historically, Sony has an exemplary record when it comes to the quality of the television sets it sells. Sony TVs rarely require any repairs and they consistently receive high marks for quality and durability from consumer reporting services. Sony is able to produce such high-quality televisions because the company spends so much on research and development. Rather than following the trends, Sony sets them. The company has been a leader in developing high-definition technology and the Sony Bravia line of HDTV sets is among the very best in the world.

Cons: The biggest downside to Sony television sets is the price. Although they are generally worth every penny, Sony TVs do tend to be a bit more expensive than other premium brands like Samsung, Panasonic and Hitachi, and a lot more expensive than budget brands like Vizio and Acer. Another minor complaint some customers have is that Sony can be tricky to deal with when it comes to warranty issues, particularly when it comes to dealing with dead pixels on Sony LCD TVs. Make sure you're familiar with your warranty and the retailer's return policy before you purchase a new television set.

Overall: There are lots of companies out there today that manufacture TVs. Most make s...

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