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Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black
Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black


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Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black


Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

Access more entertainment than ever. Presenting Sony Internet TV, powered by Google TV. Search the entire web, TV listings and apps1 to find exactly what you’re looking for. Watch TV, browse the internet2, or do both at the same time on the same screen. Plus, finding your favorite content is a breeze thanks to the included, intuitive handheld keypad with mouse. Now you can watch the game while tracking your fantasy team, tweet about the TV show you’re watching, or update your Facebook status while viewing TV.C Internet-Ready Television Internet-ready TVs use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content, whether it’s streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today’s weather forecast. Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, social networking apps, online photo galleries, news and financial updates, weather info, sports scores, and a variety of other s

  • 32-inch class (31.5 inches diagonal), full 1080p HD, LED-backlit Internet TV powered by Google TV

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  1. 98 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Pictuer and features, but…, January 24, 2011
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    This review is from: Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    This is a marvelous TV with a fantastic picture and some of the deepest blacks and best contrast of any LCD television on the market. It has an abundance of features and I have gotten addicted to the ability to browse the web on it. I thought the remote would be too much with all the buttons and the qwerty keyboard, but I was wrong. It is well laid out with the top section set up to control your most often adjusted features and the bottom set up for internet browsing. I found two flaws that may or may not bother people. The controls for adjusting the screen aspect ratio are a few layers deep in the menu system. That can be a pain if you are changing around from standard definition to high definition a lot. More significantly, the off-axis viewing is awful. If you are sitting anywhere near the sweet spot, say an angle of 45 degrees off center, the picture is excellent. If you go further out than that the picture becomes milky, which I cannot tolerate. My family doesn’t seem to care. I work in TV so it bothers me a lot. If those two flaws wouldn’t bother you, buy one.

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  2. 50 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    solid sony product quality, March 7, 2011
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    Charlene C. Trapp (ATLANTA, GA USA) –
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    This review is from: Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    just purchased the tv this past weekend. based on the two previous reviews, we were a bit hesitant to purchase. however, we tend to be early adopters and i’ve been looking for a reason to sign up for google tv.

    the tv really is about 2 components: 1) tv and 2) software. i will call them out separately.

    the tv is what you expect from sony. solid, designed beautifully, solid metal stand. picture quality is excellent. expected number of inputs. you can’t really complain about the tv. we had a samsung tv that had a cheap tuner and wouldn’t pick up all the unscrambled digital channels but this tv did. we own other sony’s and knew they had a solid tuner built in. we would never buy a samsung again due to the cheap tuner. it’s a moot point if you have a cable box, but not everyone wants an additional box.

    the software. first off, the sony typical UI software is ok. even with our 52 inch and bravia xbr, the UI isn’t anything to brag about. though the UI is better than Vizio and other smaller brands, but you are buying a tv, you aren’t buying software. Having google tv as the tv UI is refreshing. unfortunately, if you’ve read anything online about google tv, it’s really in the infancy stages. the number of apps are limited. however, this can be overcome by the fact that updates are being pushed out regularly by the google tv team. the software appears to be more responsive against the remote keystrokes than earlier comments, BUT really the UI is a menu that allows you to surf on Google’s Chrome browser. I believe the software has a lot of room to grow and that is why i can’t give the tv 5 stars yet.

    so in summary

    Pro:
    Solid picture quality
    Good Tuner
    Google UI better than Sony’s previous UI

    Cons:
    Google TV still in infancy
    Remote looks cool but volume and channel buttons should be bigger

    Overall, it’s solid. if you want something cutting edge, this is a good product. Just need to be aware that the software definitely has room to grow. I have no regrets in purchasing this product.

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  3. 42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    TV Internet Access is OK, September 5, 2011
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    This review is from: Sony NSX-32GT1 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    I purchased this for my main TV in the living room to replace a 4 year old Visio LCD TV. I liked having the TV with easy access to the web and free movies. The remote with the full Qwerty Key pad is nice and gives you control to browse the web and enter text. To use the Google TV you must have a Gmail account this is part of the startup setup. It’s easiest if you already have an account or set this up from a regular PC first. You’ll also need an account with online movie sites to rent online movies. You can view trailers for many movies but as for free movies, other than YouTube there arn’t any. Using the remote takes some practice. It takes two hands for many commands. The Google TV menus give you many shortcuts to find TV Channels and related online content, My Channels, Bookmark channels of sites, Movie serices. There is a search button to get quick access to web and channel search. This was one of the better features. There is a Guide to access the Cannel list which requires a subscription I didn’t set up, so the guide was useless to me.

    Cons:
    The user menus are hard to access and follow. The channel info that displays when changing channels and selecting info is very small and uses light gray text so its very difficult to see. The Now Playing Channel list information shows the Network name, a description of the show and time remaining, but not the Channel numbers. Good information but its hard to tell what channel you were going to until you select the show. The screen settings and volume varied considerably from TV to internet viewing and even when changing from one channel to the next, so much so I was adjusting the settings every time I changed the channel. The picture was either too dull or too saturated. To change the screen settings you have to go through a multi step menu selection first selecting setting using 2 keys [fn]+[Settings], then go to screen setting using a nav menu about 5 – 6 lines down, then select from the items on the screen dialog, Then change the setting. The dialogs are in the center of the screen and cover most of the screen so you can’t easily see the effects of changes until closing the menu. There is not an Exit menu command you have to use several steps to access the menu then use the ‘Esc’ key to back out of the menu the same way you entered it. The buttons on the remote are small. On the 32″ monitor text on web pages is very difficult to read without zooming in, if more than 6 feet away from the TV. The viewing angle is minimal the screen does not look good if you are more than 20 degrees to either side.

    Bottom Line, It’s an alright TV to get on the internet. It’s not the best TV for a main room. I returned it to the store after using it for two days and bought a different model, larger 37″ screen that does not have internet. I liked the internet access and may purchase the Sony Blueray Web TV box later if I find a deal on one.

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