Login or Register

Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV

  • Model: KDL40W600B
  • MPN: KDL-40W600B
  • 36.5(w) X 22.0(h) X 3.6(d)
  • 40.0" Measured Diagonally
  • 1080p Display Resolution
  • Smart TV w/ Built-In WiFi
Special financing available
Screen Class
40" Class
Actual Screen Size
40.0" Measured Diagonally
Display Type
Display Resolution
1080p Display Resolution
Internet Connectivity
Smart TV w/ Built-In WiFi
HDMI/PC Inputs
4 HDMI Inputs
HD Component Video Inputs
1 HD Component Video Input
Headphone/Earphone Jack
Headphone Jack
Audio Output
Digital Audio Output
Additional Features
Introducing a picture so lifelike, it's like looking through a window. Images appear with natural color transitions and in each scene everything you watch shows crisp, clear detail. HD movies, sports, even YouTube clips and home movies burst off the screen with astonishing detail and color. Sony's X-Reality PRO picture engine draws on its extensive reality database to display more color, clarity, and detail in every image.
Internet Applications
Netflix, YouTube and More
Call Out Feature
Motionflow XR 240 Technology
Additional Sizes
Also Available in 48"
36.5(w) X 22.0(h) X 3.6(d)
Shipping Weight
27 lbs
Warranty Terms - Parts
12 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
12 Months


by PowerReviews
Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV

(based on 193 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars



  • 4 Stars



  • 3 Stars



  • 2 Stars



  • 1 Stars




of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 193 customers

Sort by

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »




from 20785

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

This is the third Bravia that Ive purchased and by far the best of the lot. The colors are great and seem to pop off the screen. Watching sports is great and I anxiously await the upcoming football season to check out the footbal mode on this set.


Poor Digital Tuner for OTA Reception

By JJ2D9

from Omaha, NE 68104, USA

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

I receive my TV channels over-the-air with a quality external antenna and cable. This TV has had a very difficult time receiving some of my local channels. And several of those received frequently suffer from image degradation/pixelation. Compared to another older HDTV which receives more channels with more consistent signal strength and using the same setup, the Sony comes in a poor and distant second. Sony was contaced about the issue but unable to resolve. A disappointment and regrettable purchase.


Samsung has a better feature

By Anonymous

from 92865

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

If I want to open channel 7, then I must enter 7.1. The ".1" addition is automatic on Samsung. This feature is very important since if the Sony set has not warmed to the point it demands your entry my end up as .1 or some variation depending on the number of numerals in the channel being selected. This cause the audio to make a God awful racket. I must mute for safety when selecting a channel. A real pain!


Exceptional HDTV!!!! Stunning picture and sound!!

By Viking77

from 92677

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

I would recommend this TV to anyone of my friends. Reasonable price and superb quality. Easy hookup and very "user friendly!" I'm looking for a Swivel TV arm bracket for my wall right now...I was hoping if anyone has any solid suggestions for one that would be compatible and an easy install for my Flat screen? I would appreciate any comments or feedback...Thank You!


Great TV

By adrianagm72

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

I love it's programming layout and how it stays on the last input I used. I only have one problem and that's with the AC power plug. It seems to be very sensitive and the TV shuts down if I move it.


Excellent purchase

By chen2463

from Hilton Head, SC

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

I had a little trouble setting up the tv and Sony customer service went far and beyond to help me. I would recommend this product to everyone. I love it. Wish I had bought it sooner.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Second Bravia that failed

By Evoy

from Colorado Springs, CO 80923, USA

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

Second Sony Bravia that got broken, this one within 23 days of purchase date.


Best Picture Ever

By Buppie

from 11206

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

The 40� (diag.) Sony W600B Series LED HDTV exemplifies some of the most spectacular and vivid colors of all screen-viewing devices currently on the market today. I recently watched The Sound of Music (1965) on Blu-ray; I must say the visual experience was simply breath taking.


A great tv.

By fpours

from Piqua, OH 45356, USA

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

I love this tv. The picture is excellent. It set up easily. Connected to my wifi home network flawlessly. The apps work fine.


Glad We Took the Leap

By Audioboy

from Orange, CA 92866, USA

Comments about Sony 40" Class LED 1080p Smart HDTV:

We bought a Sony 40 inch LCD eight years ago after getting some money from a giant branch falling on and demolishing our old car at my former place of employment. We noticed that suddenly we were losing channels and the scan function was not able to retrieve them. Despite the still great picture quality I was forced to bite the bullet and buy another TV. I decided Sony had the quality and reliability that we wanted and because of cost restraints opted for the 40 inch again. So far an excellent choice on our part. The old Sony cost us around a thousand dollars and weighed 60 pounds. This one was less than half the cost and less than half the weight. I only had to assemble the stand and that was it. Turned it on and the firmware led me through all the set up steps. WiFi connected immediately and streaming so far has been seamless. The picture quality has been stunning using just our antenna. Audio is adequate but nothing to cheer about. The speakers are good, but are still small considering the space constraints of the cabinet. I use the optical output (TOSLINK) to connect to our stereo system for a fuller audio experience. This has all the usual connectors. Our DVD player is also Sony so the HDMI cable connected the two devices via BRAVIA® Sync. If you have shows, movies or music on a USB drive simply plug it in and stream from that device. Waaay too many features to describe here. Just take the menu items one day at a time, experiment and see what give you the best picture and sound. The only negative, if you can call it that, is the frame/case is so much smaller and lighter than the old TV so our visual acuity is fooled and it feels like the picture is smaller. Plus, the stand is lower so it takes some getting used to after having the old set sit 4 inches higher for eight years. I'll just build a small stand and we'll be set.

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »