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Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV

Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV
Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV


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Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV

BRAVIA S-Series Digital LCD TelevisionAmazon.com Product Description The sleekly styled, silver 32-inch Sony Bravia KDL32S2000 is packed with the latest high-performance video features, including a wide viewing angle, blazing fast 8ms response time (great for sports and action movies), and a wide color gamut backlight that provides more natural skin tones and highly accurate overall color reproduction. It also offers integrated HDTV capabilities (with an integrated ATSC tuner), digital HDMI video connectivity, and a bottom speaker design that helps save space. The thin profile of this Bravia TV accommodates VESA compliant mounting systems (separately available). The removable pedestal swivels 30 degrees left and right and also tilts forward 3 degrees and backward 8 degrees for additional placement flexibility. With clean lines and styling, Bravia TVs look great in any room, either on a stand or mounted on the wall. Like other TVs in the Bravia line, the KDL32S2000 uses Sony’

  • High-performance 32-inch LCD TV with integrated HDTV tuner; measures 31.25 x 23.6 x 8.6 inches (WxHxD) with included stand
  • Wide color gamut produces deeper reds, more vivid greens, and cleaner blues; 3D digital comb filter; Cinemotion 3:2 pulldown
  • 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, super-fast 8ms response time, 1300:1 contrast ratio
  • Connections: 3 composite A/V (1 side), 2 S-Video (1 side), 2 component (Y/Pb/Pr), 1 HDMI, 1 RF
  • Two stereo speakers, 10 watts apiece (20 watts total); Dolby Digital decoding and SRS TruSurround XT virtual surround

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  1. 245 of 249 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Gamer and HD Fan, April 5, 2006
    By 
    blankwave (New York, NY United States) –
    This review is from: Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I purchased this set after a lot of research online and in various stores, and a lot of penny pinching. I am more than happy to own this set.

    First off, it’s refresh rate is perfect for fast motion items, such as sports and almost any videogame: there is no lag in what you’re doing on the game pad and what you see on the screen. Many HD’s have a “ghosting” effect where an image moving across screen leaves a bit of a trail in it’s wake. This TV doesn’t have that problem. I’m running an Xbox360 on it and the clarity and depth of the image is amazing. I have an HD cable box as well and nothing else comparable in this screen size and price that I saw in the stores, besides the Samsung, looked nearly this good The Samsung is high quality as well, but it’s blacks didn’t look as BLACK as the Sony. So I went with it for it’s crispness and refresh rate. Also found that LCD HDTV’s are expected to have a very long life before any picture degrading, the longest of any technology out right now.

    Another reason LCD is impressive and worth your hard earned cash is because they don’t get burn in with any regular use. This was VERY important to me as many videogames have a constant display (health bars, points, etc.) on the screen and I have seen friends with plasma tv’s that were ruined after a couple of months of casually playing video games on them alongside dvds and tv. This was the number one reason I was holding off on stepping up to HD, and I’m glad I waited because it was worth it.

    The HDMI input is AMAZING. I’m running that to my HD cable box. I can’t wait for HDDVD players to come out, because after watching HD HBO and seeing a movie on it that I own in my DVD collection, well, let’s just say my DVD player hasn’t been getting much use since I brought this puppy home. I watch every single nature show on Discovery HD that I have time for, and when you see it yourself, you’ll know what I’m talking about. BUT DVD’s on a progressive dvd player still look great, just not as good as true HD, and that’s not the TV’s fault. Really though, DVD’s and movies in HD over the cable box look better than seeing a movie in the theater.

    I have a 6.1 surround home theater set up, all Sony components actually, and the experience is astounding. Late nights though, my roommate goes to bed and I only run sound through the tv’s speakers and the sound is still very clear and has a good range. If you’re not an audio buff, you will be more than happy just playing this straight out of the box. If you are an audio buff, you’ll be impressed, and I’m sure you’ll be able to bring it to life with your own setup.

    Bottom line, if you want an HD NOW, this is the one to get in this size range. But you don’t have to take my word for it!

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  2. 135 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A worthy set for anyone, May 11, 2006
    By 
    Tony M. Phan (Iowa, USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    After my 4-year old 32″ Hitachi plasma set was toasted with some serious burn-in issues, I hit the books and the stores to see what was out there for a replacement set.

    LCD TVs have come a long way, and panel sizes keep getting larger with each passing year. I decided on a direct-view LCD TV because of the aesthetics and good experience with a Sony KLV-23M1 23″ LCD set I purchased last year.

    The TV itself looks pretty slick and should blend in with any decor. The bezel surrounding the screen has been made thinner compared to previous sets and is now a charcoal/graphite color, which doesn’t draw your eye’s attention as much as some of Sony’s prior bright silver-rimmed models. Along the bottom of the screen is a light blue/green frosted strip, which things like the IR sensor and Power light are embedded into.

    Sony includes a little plastic clip that corrals all your cables towards the middle-back of the set, making for a cleaner appearance from the front. A nice touch is that you can turn the TV about 15 degrees to the left or right on its included pedestal. The on-TV control buttons have been moved to the top, allowing for a thinner and cleaner area below the display.

    The speakers are along the bottom of the screen, and put out some decent sound on their own. The pseudo-surround effects, while no substitute for a proper 5.1 or 6.1 system, do a pretty good job of approximating a wider soundstage. Watching The Fifth Element while flipping between surround and stereo modes showed a marked difference with no impact on dialogue clarity.

    Like other reviews have stated, standard-definition content is nothing special when viewed on this TV, and its quality brings out a lot of flaws in the image that I couldn’t see on a regular tube TV. The set was most at home when I put HD content on it, like an Xbox 360, HD-DVD player, and over-the-air HD programming. Regarding the latter, the KDL-32S2000 has both NTSC and ATSC tuners, so you don’t need an external box to get over-the-air HD signals. You’ll have to tweak the picture settings to get the most out of the TV, the Vivid mode it defaults to is really bright and oversaturated, blowing out fine details and highlights in the picture. Calibration DVDs are inexpensive, I usually use either Digital Video Essentials or Avia.

    I’m pretty sensitive to refresh rates, and some PSP games can make me nauseous due to that unit’s well-documented poor-responding screen. The refresh rate on the KDL-32S2000′s is great and I didn’t notice blurring or color shifts at all.

    I watch a lot of TV shows on DVD, and you’ll get about the equivalent of a 27″ square TV when you view 4:3 material on this set. There’s a few zoom options you can use to stretch or crop the image to take up the entire display, but I like seeing the show as it was originally presented.

    Physically, the remote control is pretty cut-down and cheap-looking and feeling compared to previous Sony remotes. However, the button layout is simple and Sony has simplified the TV’s internal menus and sped up navigation, which makes for a more pleasant user experience. I especially appreciated the drop-down listing of all the TV’s inputs, from which you can just scroll to and select the one you want.

    Speaking of inputs, the KDL-32S2000 has a nice assortment, my only wish is for one additional HDMI input. The jacks on the component inputs are a tiny bit closer together than on my other TVs, and some Monster cables I had with big fat plugs had some trouble fitting in without rubbing on each other. This is more a cable problem than a TV problem, as all other cables I tried had sufficient clearance.

    My set was made in Japan (20 years and no Japanese-made Sony electronics failures, knock on wood) and Sony’s customer support was excellent when it arrived with a couple of dead pixels. A replacement arrived quickly and was flawless. Balancing nice design, quality construction, features, a surprisingly decent price, and the Sony brand name, this set is an appealing contender for your hard-earned dollar.

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  3. 64 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Developed Picture Problems after 5 Months, August 29, 2006
    By 
    Gregory L. Dauria “daurigl” (Connecticut USA) –
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    This review is from: Sony Bravia KDL-32S2000 32-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    This is the fourth Sony television that I have owned. Currently, we have a 57 inch XBR CRT Rear Projector in the home theater room, a 36 Trinitron direct view CRT in the living room, and most recently the 32 inch Bravia (subject of this review) in the master bedroom. We also recently purchased a brand new Sony T9 Cybershot camera. I have also purchased three Sony camcorders over the years. The point of the aforementioned is that Sony has always delivered quality electronics and I have stayed with their products in return.

    When I first purchased the 32 inch LCD Bravia everything worked very well and it appeared to be another fine product. After approximately 5 months of operation the television developed – for lack of better technical description – a pixel problem. A permanent dark splotchy image appeared on the left hand side of the screen. At first the image was hardly noticeable, but then intensified to the point that it could be readily seen in all video formats.

    To be fair to Sony, this is the first problem that I have experience with a new product. When I called customer support, I was told to take the TV to an authorized service center, but since there are no service centers within 30 miles of my residence, Sony offered to replace the TV with a refurbished unit. I was not pleased that my relatively new TV was going to be replaced with such a unit, but since it carried the same warranty and Sony assured me that it would appear and work like new, I agreed to the exchange.

    The first indication that something may be wrong is when the crew that delivered the refurbished unit told my wife that they have to come back many times to replace the units. True to their observations, I quickly experienced problems with the video input switching function, and was back on the phone with customer support. I was told to reset the TV by simply disconnecting the power and restarting it. This quick fix eliminated the problem, but now I am just waiting for it to reappear.

    Not happy with the performance of the refurbished unit I requested Sony to go into their “A” stock (new versus refurbished) to replace my original Bravia. This request was rejected as I was told that the model has been discontinued – keep this in mind if you are thinking about purchasing this television.

    I recently walked through Wal-Mart and looked at the new LCD’s on display. Many less expensive sets had as good, if not better, picture then my Bravia. I am sure that Sony has also improved their LCD televisions, and will be lowering prices to hold their market share against the increasing competition. They are a good electronics company with superb engineering capabilities, but I think they have considerable room for improvement when addressing a defective product and an unhappy customer.

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