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  • Customer Rating Good Picture, 2011-09-26
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    Decent picture. Could be a little bit brighter but I have to learn the controls. I don’t have HD so I am not sure how good the picture quality can be, but it is certainly much clearer than an analog.

  • Customer Rating A nice TV at a good price., 2011-07-28
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    The picture is sharp with good contrast and sound. The factory adjustments were almost perfect and required very few changes.
    This is the second one I purchased from Amazon. The first was given as a gift and after seeing how pleased the recipient was
    I decided to buy one for myself.

  • Customer Rating So far, so good, 2011-07-18
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    Just received the Bravia X320 last week, easily unboxed it, put it on it’s stand using VERY brief instructions, and connected it to my Charter cable line and power. It lit up, and after doing quick setup procedure, I was welcomed with a great picture and audio. I am keeping the box it came in for a while, but so far, everything is working perfectly!

  • RBT778 says:

    Customer Rating Sony KDL 32bx320, 2011-04-12
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    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.

  • R. Kavuri says:

    Customer Rating Awesome, 2011-04-23
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    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.

  • Customer Rating high quality and great value, 2011-05-08
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    Easy set up, very light weight, spectacular picture and color, sound is good but I have it in a close enclosure in a bedroom. I did a lot of online and local store shopping and think this a great value. No need for more pixels in this size set,details are very sharp.

  • Customer Rating sony 32 in lcd tv, 2011-10-03
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    Great tv for bedroom.Color is great and picture is clear and detailed. The remote is another matter. The volume and channel buttons are at the end of the remote and make it very awkward to use.Of course there is no backlight which would be a wonderful asset.

  • Customer Rating Superior TV, 2011-07-18
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    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.

    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?!

    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.

  • Ben says:

    Customer Rating Couldnt be happier, 2011-06-17
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    I havent even had the tv for 24 hours and already i am super pleased. one other customer stated that this is a 1080p tv and not 720p. this is not accurate. the tv simply accepts 1080p signals via HDMI. if the tv did not have this built in, you would either have to downgrade the source, or you would just get a blank screen. this is only a 720p tv.

    that being said, its crisp, its lightweight, doesnt produce alot of heat, deep blacks, bright whites, and great color. i dont use the speakers, as i have a sony soundbar for space saving reasons. plenty of options inside the menu for customization. it may be a smidge more expensive than some other comparable tv’s, but it is well worth the price and its still more than affordable.

  • Weltbild says:

    Customer Rating Great Entry Level Set, 2011-08-13
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX320
    Pleased with the set overall.

    The audio could be better as the speakers face behind the set and need to be loud to hear the set well (but doing it that way seems to improve the sound tone somewhat). No jack for headphones, nor can the remote adjust the volume of the RCA audio outputs (I have to listen through headphones by connecting my headphones to the cable set top box, and then change the cable box settings every time I switch from speakers to headphones).

    Picture quality (black levels, contrast) seems excellent, with color looking pretty accurate to my eyes right out of the box. Without a colorimeter or spectroradiometer and software for precise measuring, it’s difficult to say much empirically. I read that the Bravia3 engine improves standard definition (SD) quality somewhat from last year’s BX300 model that has the Bravia2 engine. Not having watched a BX300, I can’t say if the BX320 is that much better or not, but it certainly improves on the SD picture quality of other brand’s sets I’ve tried out over the last few years and eventually returned, mostly because of SD picture fuzziness.

    I have most all the picture adjustment features for reducing noise set to off, and use the Cinema mode.

    Another similar set, the BX420, may be better if you plan to hookup a computer using HDMI (1080p looks better for this).

    Even though Sony doesn’t manufacture these sets in Japan anymore, I’m hoping the reliabilty and longevity I’ve had with other Sony televsions in the past will continue with this set.

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