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Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black

Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black
Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black


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Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black


Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black

Enjoy high-definition entertainment from Sony in any room with the BX320 series. Featuring 720p HD resolution, five HD inputs, a USB port for your digital media, and Sony technologies for a great picture no matter the environment, the 32-inch KDL-32BX320 is sure to fit into your home as well as your budget. January 2011
Enjoy high-definition entertainment from Sony in any room with the BX320 series. Featuring 720p HD resolution, five HD inputs, a USB port for your digital media, and Sony technologies for a great picture no matter the environment, the 32-inch KDL-32BX320 is sure to fit into your home as well as your budget. Sure to fit into your home as well as your budget. Click here for a larger image Light Sensor automatically adjusts picture brightness based on ambient light. Side view. Click here for a larger image High-Definition in a Compact Size HD 720p Resolution Panel Enjoy crisp, detailed and vibrant images in 720p picture quality while watching movies, sports,

  • 32-inch LCD panel with 720p HD resolution (1366 x 768 pixels)
  • Five separate HD inputs (two HDMI, two HD component, one PC)
  • USB port for enjoying photos or MP3s from your USB devices
  • Light Sensor adjusts picture brightness based on ambient light
  • Get the best picture with preconfigured picture and audio settings

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  1. 97 of 98 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sony KDL 32bx320, April 12, 2011
    By 
    RBT778
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    This base grade 2011 model does all that is expected at this price point and resolution. Very clear picture with just a hint of graying in the black areas. The 5.1 audio out is great for older style A/V receivers that don’t handle HDMI input. One digital audio (toslink) cable from the tv handles all audio to the receiver that was input to the tv via HDMI. Easy set up but swivel base would have been nice. One piece of deceptive advertising is the PIP funtion. Only available if you are in PC mode. Don’t expect to get PIP from two sources unless one is main screen PC. The matte screen handles reflected light well and the glare from the frame is bearable. Very little motion blurring at this screen size with 60hz response and back lit flourescent versus LED isn’t worth the extra money. Good solid buy at this price.

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  2. 46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, April 23, 2011
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    R. Kavuri
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    This Sony HDTV provides unbelievable options for picture selection and audio selection. The modes are pre-calibrated by Sony and I just love the various scene selection options, I just need to switch between the various modes based on the need (I just use the Game Mode and Movie Mode).

    I notice a lot of people complaining about the sound in their HDTV. I like the audio output on this Sony HDTV compared to the Samsung C350 that I owned before this one.

    Additionally, the remote has the option to control other HDMI output devices such as a blu ray player or a PS3. You can also connect a USB device to this HDTV and play songs or photos.

    I was not too impressed initially by the picture output but later realized that dullness in the picture was due to the light sensor, once I turned it off everything looks picture perfect. This is a 2011 model, and I guess there is no Sony HDTV that would provide you all these options for this price range.

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  3. 38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superior TV, July 18, 2011
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    70′s_Rule “mb” (Olean, NY) –
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    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I’ve purchased and returned 2 LCD TVs: a Samsung 40″ LCD in 2008, and a Panasonic VIERA 32″ LCD just a few weeks ago. Both of these seemed to be good TVs, but IMHO the Sony Bravia blows them both away, especially considering that Amazon’s price is significantly cheaper vs the others.

    The set-up was very fast and simple. I used the enclosed TV stand for my Bravia and it took less than 5 minutes to assemble. The TV is extremely stable on the base, even a little more so than the Panasonic. I had no qualms about setting it on top of a small, sturdy dresser to get some height for better viewing.

    The only snags I encountered at all were with setting up the HDMI interfaces between my Lenovo laptop computer and Panasonic DVD player/recorder. At first the picture quality was marginal, but I think the HDMI settings must take some time to sort out. The TV seems to be smart enough to eventually get everything set, and the laptop’s external viewer settings did identify the Sony television and once that was done, I could make some changes to the view settings to get what I wanted. (When I changed from the PC HDMI input to another source and back, the Panasonic TV wouldn’t show the computer input and I’d often have to reboot the computer to get it to show right.) So, patience is required to get your view settings as desired, but this TV can handle just about any preference!

    It’s possible the Panasonic might have had a slightly “crisper” picture and less darkening effects with some movies, etc. But I just turned up the backlight on the Sony and no more worries. The sound on the Sony, however, is superior IMHO.

    PROS:
    Excellent remote control with logical labels. ALL the buttons serve a useful purpose and their purposes can be learned intuitively and quickly through use.

    Ease of changing viewing width/angles to accommodate quality of source signal, on the rare occasion the TV didn’t get it right the first time.

    Great sound quality and functions – RCA out jacks are critical!

    Video motion seemed very smooth – I have ear/balance/migraine issues and even so I didn’t get a nauseated/dizzy feeling as much as I did with the Panasonic or Samsung (though the Sam’s screen was too big for the room).

    Current price at Amazon – $358.99?!

    CONS:
    Dark/night scenes in movies could be a little “too dark” unless the backlight was increased. I suppose this might shorten the life of the TV, but I don’t think it’s necessary to do this except for certain programming.

    Like most LCD TVs in this price range, the internal speakers are marginal. I’m currently looking for a cheap external audio solution (e.g., higher-end self-powered computer speakers with an adapter to the RCA out jacks)

    This is a safe investment in a quality, solid TV – the cheaper TV models weren’t “enough cheaper” to warrant taking the risk. For a bedroom or small living room the SONY Bravia LCD 32″ is simply unbeatable for the price.

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