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  • PaulGo says:

    Customer Rating Excellent Picture and Sound with Great Features, 2011-06-08
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    The picture and sound quality is excellent. This set does not emit and hum or other noises. This set has many adjustment for picture and sound quality to get the picture and sound you want. One great feature is the ability to output variable sound while the internal speakers are on – this allows me to directly connect a sub-woofer. Sony also has the great set of available internet features built into the set along with DLNA to allow getting pictures, music and video from your computer. The set has a fast picture response time and I do not notice any motion blur.

  • Customer Rating Nice Features, but some design flaws, 2011-03-20
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    The picture and sound are pretty good. No complaints there.

    Viewing angle is pretty narrow; you don’t have to move far to either side before the picture gets washed out. But I usually watch straight on, so not a big deal.

    The integrated WiFi is a nice feature, mainly for watching NetFlix without having to hook up a computer or PS3.

    But there are a couple of really disappointing things I can’t overlook.

    The worst thing is that the T.V. emits is a high pitched whine or buzzing sound constantly. And when I say “constantly,” I mean EVEN WHEN YOU TURN IT OFF! Actually, I think the reason the noise doesn’t stop is because you can’t really turn the T.V. “off;” when you hit the power button, it just goes into “standby.” So if this is a bedroom T.V. and you want to turn it off and go to sleep, that means you have to get up and go over and pull the plug unless you are hard of hearing or can sleep through the noise it makes all night. If, like me, you have it mounted to the wall and plugged into an outlet hidden behind the T.V. itself, you’re screwed.

    Another annoying thing is that the PC video input is on the side of the T.V., but the PC audio input is on the back (so you cannot easily connect your PC with one of those cables that has a 15-pin video and a stereo mini plug in the same cable). To mock you further, the designers did actually put a mini-jack right next to the PC input, but THAT mini-jack is not an input, it’s an output (for headphones).

    I wanted to give this T.V. a higher rating, because the picture and sound quality aren’t bad, but I expect better design decisions from Sony, and a T.V. that goes silent when I turn it off.

  • mikel123 says:

    Customer Rating Easy Setup, Beautiful Picture, 2011-07-28
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    This television is laughably light and easy to carry and move around. The stand it comes with is excellent at sticking to whatever surface it is placed on. It’s not exactly suction cups, but I put it on my recently-finished hardwood floors while unpacking and I had a hard time picking it up off the floor. Which is great! Less chance of it falling over if it ever gets bumped.

    The menus and options are very complete, and the built-in wi-fi is great. The picture is miles better than a 42″ LCD TV I bought a few years ago. This is one of the cheaper 1080p TVs with wi-fi built in, and I think that makes it a good choice for a lot of consumers like me.

  • Customer Rating Does the job, looks good (1 week in), 2011-05-22
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    The picture is pretty good. I am waiting for a HD receiver to arrive to give a final verdict. I’ll update at some point. Tomorrow the wall mount arrives. I like that it is less than 1.5 inches thick. Should look nice on the wall. The BX420 and others from last years Sony line really disappoint there. ES523 is also only 17 pounds on the wall, which makes for a minimal load on the wall mount.

    I know it is only 60Hz. That doesn’t matter to me. I did not plan on 3D or HD sports of any importance.

    My biggest positives are the volume control, off-axis viewing and color quality.

    It is has very fine volume increments at the low end. Great for night time TV in bed. The Off-axis viewing has minimal drop-off. Viewing alternatives in Best Buy led me to give Sony a shot. In there, they seemed to have this down, with earlier models, so I figured this one would work out well.

    My kids really like it over the 15 inch standard def LCD it replaced. Now they can read the on-screen Guide.

    I didn’t calibrate it. But in that line of thought, I don’t like that it only has three picture modes. Normal, Vivid, and custom. I typically use “Movie” mode on both of my Samsung’s, and it serves me well. I am stuck in Normal for now. Another minor annoyance, I didn’t find any good instructions for how to put the stand together. I figured it out, but some better directions would have been nice.

    No idea if the Stereo is working. I cannot tell. But I do like the pair of 10 Watt speakers. They deliver. The 5 watt of my Samsung is a joke.

    No noisy PSU issues, like another reviewer indicated. I really hope he took it back.

    It also looks really nice.

    I like the internet connectivity. Integrated Wifi made it easy to update firmware. I don’t really need the features, they just came along for the ride. I may try and use the DLNA support with my media server, at some point. It isn’t a priority right now. I chose this TV for the expected picture quality based on looking around Best buy at competitors.

  • S. Mattaini says:

    Customer Rating Works great, easy set up, great picture, 2011-06-08
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    While I am fairly technologically savvy, I am not a technophile. I have a strong bias toward Sony, so take that into consideration. This TV was easily set up, including connecting it to our wireless internet network, and setting up our Netflix account on it. Now we can directly watch movies from our “Instant Queue” on Netflix on the TV, with no wires. The picture is great, the controls intuitive. We are just starting to utilize the other functions, but for a basic viewer who wants to watch movies this is a good solution. I am very happy with the TV and would recommend it.

  • Dreamspinner says:

    Customer Rating Love it., 2011-04-15
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    I love this model. I have it in my bedroom and the picture is large, sharp, and easy to see regardless of ambient light conditions from bright sunlight to total darkness. I especially love the internet ready feature since I am a great fan of Netflix. No extra box or plugs needed–just WiFi. I use the handy bright red Netflix button on the TV’s remote which takes me there in one step. The Netflix search function on the screen is not easy to maneuver through categories, however, so I keep it simple by staying in my “instant queue” to find something to watch. I bought the TV from Amazon because it had the best price and I knew the model, but I have to admit I was worried about buying and shipping such an expensive item. All was good–the TV arrived quickly with perfect packaging intact. No worries.

  • david kuhn says:

    Customer Rating Great TV, 2011-07-03
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    This is our first LED TV. Our old set was also a Sony that was nearly 20 years old. The picture on this new set is outstanding. That is with just normal TV and not HD. HD will knock your eyes out. I really like the fact that it has an earphone jack. I also like the presence sensor. It is very handy to have. The set functions flawlessly and was extremely easy to set up! The old set weighed 120 pounds. This one weighs a mere 22 pounds. the picture quality is truly amazing!

  • KBeasley says:

    Customer Rating Using for gaming and PC inputs (1 Week In), 2011-07-27
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    What can I say, this TV is great. It’s slim, and looks absolutely stunning. It turns on much faster than my 2009 Sony that I used to have. The menus are fairly clean and the internet connectivity is awesome! It updates it’s own firmware!

    Anyways, It took some adjusting, but I’m using the VIVID preset with a few minor changes. There is no noticeable input lag which is awesome for anyone who plays games. I also have this hooked up to my PC through HDMI and boy does it look good! I have honestly never seen a picture so sharp and colors so vivid. 1080p is well worth it.

    There are only two cons that I can think of. First, there was one screw missing on the stand, but that’s not a huge deal. Second, Sony will not warranty this TV at all. I should have known this, being it is an open box or “used” TV, but Samsung will still warranty their TV’s sold on Amazon’s Warehouse. Ah, oh well. I have faith that Sony’s products will not fail on me anytime soon.

  • Customer Rating This is a great TV, 2011-05-11
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    I spent months researching for a replacement TV in the master bedroom and finally settled on the Sony KDL32EX523. Set up was a snap – and I did it twice as I did not have a DVR in my bedroom – so I originally connected the TV directly to my Comcast cable (no box or DTA) and it was able to grab all my channels (I do not subscribe to premium services like HBO). A few days later, I added the DVR and was channel surfing in no time. (Well – actually had issues with Comcast to get their own DVR to receive their own signals, so a 1 star rating for Comcast – dang near switched to Direct TV during that process.) Adding the Sony to my wireless network was as simple as entering my network password into the TV (this model Sony has built in wireless – no need for external USB device), just like adding a computer – join the network it found, type in the password, and boom – connected. Initializing the TV to work with my Netflix account was just as simple – I logged into my Netflix account with my laptop – input the code from the TV – and boom – the TV blinked and was instantly added to Netflix. This Sony streams Netflix content better than my TIVO DVR in the other room which is right next to my wireless hub. Picture quality is great – no issues with viewing angle, no high pitched power supply sounds. I do not want to sound like a Sony commercial, but for my use, this is one great TV.

  • Customer Rating Sony Bravia is the best, 2011-04-07
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX523
    Before buying I spent alot of effort reading reviews etc. Too many people dished the product because of problems that, it turns out, are not unique to Bravia, or even Sony…it’s like saying ” don’t buy a ford, cause I had an accident in mine that wasn’t my fault! This tv is one of the best I have owned and my research confirms that Sony most definately stands behind their product. Read reviews carefully and don’t believe everything you read!

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