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Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV

Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV
Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV


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Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV


Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV

BRAVIA Engine¿ Full Digital Video Processor — BRAVIA¿ S-Series LCD televisions use Sony’s BRAVIA Engine¿ full digital video processor for crisp and clear images. Several special picture enhancement technologies are integrated into the processor to create better gradations and details, enhance contrast, and dynamically improve color. HDMI¿ and PC Connectivity — Designed for maximum versatility, Sony’s BRAVIA S-Series Digital LCD TV line is equipped with a comprehensive range of input interfaces. The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI technology supports enhanced or High Definition video, together with multi-channel digital audio to provide matchless image and sound reproduction. The PC input (HD-15-pin) offers easy connection to your PC, allowing you to use your high resolution BRAVIA S-Series Digital TV as a computer monitor.Sit back and enjoy an unprecedented level of depth, color a

  • HDTV with ATSC¿ Digital Tuner
  • BRAVIA Engine¿ full digital video processor
  • 16:9 HD Resolution Panel (1366×768)
  • Live Color Creation featuring WCG-CCFL backlight
  • 1080p Inputs – HDMI¿ (x2), YPbPr (x2), PC Input (x1)

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  1. 200 of 204 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Oh yeah!! Sock it to me with this!, June 20, 2007
    By 
    Twiddles42 (MN, USA) –
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    This review is from: Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    No stupid “Dynamic contrast ratio: 8000:1″ gimmicks that merely flicker the backlight when the set’s AI decides it ought to be, which is disconcerting and not to mention misleading in terms of real display quality…

    Just a true, real contrast ratio that allows numerous shadow and hue detail that you’re not going to see so clearly in any competitor’s 32″ set.

    No washed out or dull colors, either – this Sony is a worthy replacement for dead-end, electricity guzzling, heat generating CRT technology.

    And I looked at 6 brands, looking at every nuance, black level, color saturation, sharpness, detail, features, menu functions, et cetera, noting all TVs were at out-of-box conditions. I’d love to namedrop the worst ones, but that’s a no-no… Here’s a hint – those models are “inexpensive for their size”. :)

    Sony costs more, yes, but the difference in visual quality is formidable – worth every penny. Detail is exceptional, and sharp. Other models may not be as bright, may give edges jagged lines, colors may be flat, and so on…

    If you are a videophile, this is THE set to get. Every setting under the sun can be changed (brightness, ‘picture’ (contrast), tint, et cetera). And this monitor also, much to my surprise and delight, includes filters to make DVDs (MPEG2) and broadcast signals look less grainy/noisy and sharper. You bet I’m a happy couch potato.

    Casual viewers would probably be satisfied with any competing model, but why? As with lower quality screen technology, the hardware quality is bound to be lower as well. You do get what you pay for. If you read up on competing models where people say “it broke after 1.5 years”, you’ll see a pattern forming…

    And if you looked at the competing model next to the Sony, you’d be tempted to buy the Sony anyway. Even if the cost difference was a mere $150.

    I also apologizing for sounding like a shill for Sony. I’m not.

    One small addendum (06/30/07): The stores’ labels say it’s 1600:1, the sticker on the left side of the monitor claims 8000:1. This TV set does alter the backlight’s brightness – solely on the level of ambient light in the room, not the incoming signal. Either way, I’ve still had no negative issues with visual quality on DVD playback, NTSC TV, HD broadcast, or PC display (if your computer cannot handle 1366×768, try 1280×720 if possible.)

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  2. 72 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply the Best in Every Way!, October 18, 2007
    By 
    Mighty Mac (El Dorado, AR United States) –
    This review is from: Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    We’re in the “senior citizen” class and were looking to replace our 27″ Panasonic tube TV (which did serve us well for more than 10 years.) Being in our 70s did not mean I didn’t THOROUGHLY check out and compare EVERY high-rated 32″ LCD HDTV on the market–at Sears, Circuit City, Wal-Mart and other brick&mortar stores. I searched on-line, read technical reviews, and paid particular attention to what buyers said about the products. The hands-down winner for us (and apparently all accompanying buyer-reviews) is this awesome Sony product. It is in our opinion simply the best in every way. Period. (“Consumers Report” magazine recently also ranked this product best in its category.) [...]Now we enjoy a superb television picture with startling sound clarity. I like it when a plan comes together.

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  3. 97 of 102 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    fantastic television!, July 25, 2007
    By 
    soulelement “soulelement” (CA United States) –
    This review is from: Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I am a first-time buyer of a HD-LCD and just picked this television set up yesterday. Overall I am very pleased with the performance I am seeing. I went through two Samsung television sets: the first being the Samsung LN-S4095D 40″ 1080p LCD and the second being the Samsung LNT3253H 32″ LCD HDTV (after realizing I needed something smaller). Both models are full of video-tearing and audio-muting issues that Samsung has failed to resolve, so I decided that before any of these problems severely affected me, I would return them before the 30-day return policy expired. The sales person even mentioned that the LNT3242 model by Samsung was returned to his store over 7 times by the same customer (possibly in hopes of finding a non-defective set).

    I ended up purchasing the Sony KDL-32S3000 and am very satsified with the purchase. I was initially hesitant to purchase a Sony, especially after hearing about the issues of clouding on XBR2 & XBR3 models.. but it seems now that most issues have been resolved for both the S-Series set & the new XBR4 model. I can certainly say it out performed the two Samsungs I purchased, especially in terms of picture quality. While both manufacturers have good television sets, the Samsung, while maintaining softer imagery, did not have as sharp and vibrant of picture-quality. From what I understand, the new Bravias (2007) are equipped with a 10-bit video processor, unlike the previous Bravia Models equipped with 8-bit processors (BR2-3 Models); thus creating more vibrant colors & making previous models look inferior. Sound-wise, this TV also does better than the Samsungs. The Sammys had a less than mediocre output from the speakers (no deep lows whatsoever & mostly high-ends).

    In terms of the User Interface, the Sony sports a menu similar to that of PSP and PS3 interfaces. It can be confusing for the first time user, but I find the system to be rather easy to navigate through. The set itself is loaded with many options for tweaking video output, but does not have enough options to flexibly tweak color temperature (I.E. cool, warm, etc). It also comes with an Internet Link option, mainly for streaming HD to your television from the Internet using a proprietary Sony device. I am not sure if I would take advantage of this, but the option of having it is nice. The built-in tuner was also able to pick up a variety of HD 1080i and SD 420i channels. They look fantastic on screen.

    If you are a gamer looking to use your PS3 on this, you will be pleased to know that games do output on this set at 1080p resolution. DVDs also display (according to the television information) at 1080p. Mpeg2-noise reduction is also available, in case you would like to reduce the amount of noise on DVD output. There is a PC-input on this television, which also displays very nicely, but only displays at a max resolution of 1360×768.

    From my understanding, the only major difference between this set and the XBR4 set (the higher end consumer model) is the option of having “motion-flow” 120-hz display; however, according to other users who have purchased the XBR4 set, motion-flow is still not fully developed. Apparently, the system creates artifical frames in between frames in order to create a much more fluid and realistic picture (which I hear is quite amazing), but this also creates artifacts and other miscellaneous noise in the process. All in all, the picture quality is improved with this system, but whether you want to take a 200-300 dollar gamble on this is purely up to you.

    I am usually not inclined to give products a 5-star rating and I do believe that there are products that are far-superior.. but this television is definitley worth its bang for the couple extra bucks.

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