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  • Customer Rating Not bad for a 32 inch LED-CD, 2011-04-11
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I have had this tv for about a month. Nice picture. Attractive television. Some minor flashlighting when the screen is all dark, but that is to be expected from an edge lit television. Very nice remote – especially like the dedicated netflix button. The viewing angles for this are much better than the 32 inch ex710 that I bought before. As other reviews state, the picture does start out very dark with the factory settings, but with tweaking it now looks very good. I have not tried the 3D feature yet as I am waiting for the new glasses to come out. I have read that last year’s glasses won’t work as well with this tv. Sound isn’t that hot but again that is the standard anymore for flat screen televisions. Plan on getting some sort of sound system or soundbar. I appreciated the addition of a second USB port on the back of the TV so I can use the wireless adapter (sold seperately) as well as view things from a usb stick.

    I got this model because it was the best that they had that would fit into the space available. So far I am very pleased with it. I will update my review if anything comes up.

  • T. E. Hale says:

    Customer Rating Great TV for a den or bedroom, 2011-03-30
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I just received this TV from Amazon 2 days ago after returning a Vizio with similar features. The Vizio picture would freeze up and HDMI inputs were unstable until the set warmed up for about 6 minutes. Amazon did a great job of handling the return.

    My new Sony has a great picture and general features. The color was good with almost no adjustment, yielding good contrast, saturation and flesh tones. As mentioned by another reviewer, the picture was on the dark side as received. This was easily fixed by turning off the auto dimming feature. It would be nice if the auto dimming was adjustable because it currently stops down the backlight too much.

    Not too sure I like the onboard manual which has to be exited before going to the “Home” mode to adjust a feature. I found myself forgetting the adjustment sequence shown in the Manual by the time I got the proper Home feature displayed. It would be better if the Manual and the Home modes could be displayed side by side on the screen and each (at least the “Home” mode) could be accessed.

    When I try to run a Playstation 2 game on this computer, such as Guitar Hero, the Playstation controller button pushes are out of sync with the screen feature being controlled, which renders it unplayable. I have searched the on board manual and not found any reference to synchronizing the game controller to the screen action. Pressing the “Scene” button on the TV controller gives a “Game” option, but apparently this only sets screen colors, etc and does not synchronize with the Playstation controller. Is this set incapable of working with a Playstation game?

    Despite the above criticisms, I love this TV for its great picture and general quality and performance. It works great in TV and HDMI input modes, which is what I use 99% of the time. It also syncs easily to my non-Sony Audio receiver and Blu Ray player.

  • Customer Rating Great TV, 2011-05-26
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    The picture quality is excellent. The sound is also good — from the description, I wasn’t even sure if it had speakers, but it does. This is our first HDTV, so I can’t compare it to others, but I can compare it to the 25″ CRT TV it replaced, and the sharpness is stunning. Be sure to get proper HDMI cables. For the first five days or so we had the TV connected to our cable company’s box with their coaxial cable, and the picture even then was greatly enhanced over what our old TV produced. But after we swapped that for an HDMI cable, the picture quality improved by yet another magnitude. Some have commented on the screen’s small size (32″ diagonal). We have a small house with a small living room, and we sit only about seven or eight feet from the screen. The size is perfect for us. Additionally, we were able to continue using our entertainment center because the screen is only about 29 3/4″ wide and 21 3/4″ tall (without the stand, it’s about 18 1/2″ tall).

    The only thing I’d ask to be different so far is the addition of a single button on the remote to adjust screen size. True HD programs are best viewed in “full” screen mode; but some programs, like those on BBC America, may be in wide screen format, but they are not being transmitted in true HD, so they have to be watched in “zoom” mode to fill the screen. Yet others, especially old movies like those on TCM, or older TV shows, are best viewed in “normal” mode so the top and bottom of the image aren’t cropped off (I would have designated this mode “classic” or something similar, since “full” is clearly the new normal). As things are, it’s not difficult to change the screen mode, but several additional button presses are required to get to point were changes can be made.

    Overall, a great TV, though.

    UPDATE May 27, 2011
    I found the button I was looking for on the remote. It’s marked “Wide,” and it does exactly what I wanted it to do. The only reason I didn’t remove the second paragraph from yesterday’s review is because I think “Wide” is a poor choice of label. It should have been labeled “Aspect” or “Width.” It’s also not as well positioned on the remote as it could have been. But it does the trick, and I’m glad it’s there.

  • Matt Nealer says:

    Customer Rating Great TV, 2011-06-01
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    Love this tv, great picture and easy menus. This is the first TV i’ve bought to replace the old one i used through college and i couldn’t be happier. The setup is easy and relatively quick. The only downside is the need to buy 3d glasses, but i honestly didn’t buy it for the 3d, since i find 3d movies a headache inducing experiance. Even not using the 3d it is still a great tv for the money, a LED with 1080p in this size was acutally kind of hard to find and after looking for 2 weeks this one was my best choice.

  • Customer Rating OK, but no prize winner where the sound / speakers are concerned, 2011-05-15
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I like the TV overall, but the speakers are on the weak side. They kind of sound tinny and cheap at low volume.

    DON’T believe everything you see on Amazon though… This thing does not need a device to sync the glasses to the tv – there is actually NO way to even hook it up.

    I bought all 3 – TV, glasses, sync device because the amazon page for the TV suggested it.
    Now I have to return the sync device.

  • Customer Rating Nice TV, 2011-03-21
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I was looking for a 32 inch TV to fit in a cabinet I had made for the living room. Most TVs in this size are pretty basic and was looking for something a little more high tech. This model of Sony fit the bill perfectly. The styling of the TV is really nice with a glossy black bezel all around and without the funny grey band on the bottom of the lesser 32s Sony sells. The screen is more of a matte look and is great in eliminating glare from nearby windows. I purchased the set primarily for the Internet streaming and so far this works great. I was disappointed that I had to buy the wifi adapter for wireless streaming but it works really well. If your lucky to have your internet close to the TV you can plug the ethernet cord directly to the TV. I have kind of a lousy internet provider but it didn’t seem to effect the streaming to the TV. The TV found my home network quickly and connected easily. There was a software update and it did this quickly also. There are a number of internet sites that come up on the menu including Netfix, Hulu, You Tube ,Crackle, Amazon instant movies, Qriosity (Sony library) etc. Qriosity has hundreds of movies available including 3D movies. They are not free however and charge anywhere from $3-$6 depending on if you want Standard Def, High Def or 3D. You can watch the previews for free, however, which I did for several hours. The need for a blue ray player is questionable as there is so much content available through these internet sites. The remote has no keyboard so a lot of scrolling around for is required for doing searches on You Tube, kind of a pain. I have not tried the 3D feature yet so cannot comment on this. The picture is beautiful out of the box and required very little adjustment by me to make it perfect. The speakers, like most LED TVs are really bad and a sound bar or external speakers are a must. The TV satisfied most of the requirements I had and at a price that was quite reasonable.

  • Customer Rating Sony Bravia KDL-32EX720, 2011-04-01
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I recently purchased the Sony Bravia EX720 from a local electronics store (and not Amazon, since I prefer to make large electronic purchases locally in the event I need to quickly return and exchange a defective item). Overall, the TV is good, but not great. Here is a quick down and dirty list of “in my opinion (IMO)” pros and cons:


    – High quality LED side-lit LCD screen
    – True 1080P 3D and Hi-definition capable, but with some limitations
    – Colors and contrast are vibrant, once you take the time to manually adjust the picture settings
    – Built-in 3D transmitter; no need to buy the external transmitter which saves you about $35
    – 3D effects are very good overall, but best results can only be attained by watching 3D Blu Ray movies
    – Artifical 3D option in the 3D options works decently and provides an alternative to playing PC games in 3D without having to use the NVidia 3D Vision or 3DTV Play drivers; this allows you to maintain up to 60fps frame rates without have to revert to a 24hz (24fps) refresh rate
    – No 3D ghosting evident, but you may need to make manual adjustments to the depth effect – I needed to do this
    – 4 x HDMI 1.4 ports
    – Internet capable right out of the box
    – Swivel and 6 degree backward tilt adjustable
    – Directly compatible with the Sony PS3 (shouldn’t be a surprise since it is a Sony TV)
    – TV firmware can be updated, but does require internet connectivity
    – Weight of TV is 25lbs – very light and easy to move or mount on wall without worry of mounting screws tearing out of the studs in the wall!
    – Shortcut keys on the Remote are very convenient and will save you time from having to dig down into the sub-menus everytime just to make adjustments to certain functions


    – NOT a 240hz 3D TV; Sony.com website lists the specifications for this model as “120hz” refresh rate (AMAZON NEEDS TO FIX THE LISTED DESCRIPTION FOR THIS TV NOW!)
    – Had to contact Sony customer support directly to verify which Sony 3D glasses model is compatible with the KDL-32EX720; their website did not provide this information; confirmed with the tech rep that the TDGBR100/B version is compatible with the KDL-32EX720; important to note the “B” Think of it as the “B” represents “Bravia” 🙂
    – 3D viewing @ 1080P limited to only 24hz and 30hz?? 24hz = 24fps & 30hz = 30fps That’s not a problem for watching 3D Blu Ray movies (or watching converted 2D movies into 3D), but is not acceptable if you want to play computer games on this TV; part of the reason why I bought it
    – Takes a few hours to manually adjust the picture just the way you want it; you will need to go into the “Advanced Settings” to change things like White Balance, Black Level correction, Edge enhancement, etc.
    – Priced a bit high for not having 3D glasses included or a 240hz refresh rate; WARNING! The glasses cost $150 separately O.o
    – Power cord is hard-wired into the TV; would have preferred a universal power cord solution so that it could be replaced easily should it get damaged
    – Remote control is a bit clunky and large and does not provide universal remote functionality as it only allows for control of the TV; unlike other remotes that allow you to conrol several devices – a universal remote function would have been nice for me because I could have used the remote to control both the TV and my Sony PS3; not sure why Sony would not allow for this other than to make more money from their customers…no way! lol


    Depending on your intentions of what the primary use of this TV is/are will ultimately determine your final decision to buy it or not. If you plan to watch regular and 3D Blu Ray movies and like the convenience of the integrated internet functionality, then this TV is a good choice, albeit a bit expensive when considering you have to pay $150 more for the 3D glasses. The picture quality when watching Blu Ray movies is excellent and there are lots of options to configure the picture appearance according to your specific tastes/preferences. Think of it as adjusting the driver’s seat on a brand new car that you are thinking of buying. You really don’t know exactly the right settings until you have had it for a while, but when you do figure it out, the ride was well worth the wait.

    I would NOT recommend you buy this TV if you plan to do serious 3D computer gaming on it. I highly recommend you wait for the new 27″ and larger “true” 120hz 3D monitors coming out later this year. Because of the limitations of the frame rates when using 3D mode on this TV, I’ve decided to keep my Alienware OptX AW2310 3D computer monitor so that I can get the best 3D experience while PC gaming.

    To those who are a bit more serious about there hardware and do not want to compromise, I would highly recommend you wait to buy the 240hz or 480hz version of this TV (not yet released) and maybe even wait for HDMI 1.5 which is rumored to support 3D (stereo) 1080P @ 60hz 🙂

    Overall, the Sony Bravia KDL-32EX720 is a very good, but not great 3D TV that seems to be the “Jack of All”, but the “Master of None”.

  • Jules Loesch says:

    Customer Rating Best 3D yet!, 2011-06-16
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    I bought this TV on sale for a amazing price, over $300 below retail and all I can say is wow. The 3D looks amazing, using DirecTV, and the simulated 3D is good. It’s super thin, has great black levels, and good contrast. The only complaint I have is I wish they wold include a pair of 3D glasses, but they can be found for as low as $24 on the web and eBay. I purchased mine on amazon. You do not need to buy the 3D transmitter that amazon says was bought with this item, that must have been for the 2010 model. Overall a good 3D TV by Sony.

  • Kent John says:

    Customer Rating Quick points, 2011-04-24
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    Beautiful picture, just wanted to make some quick points…this set DOES work with DirecTV, even though the website and phone help tells you it won’t…it has a built-in transmitter for the glasses so don’t buy one.

  • Seth Emerson says:

    Customer Rating Bravia KDL32EX720 32-Inch 3D LED HDTV, 2011-06-04
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720
    Love the set, No issues so far. Replaced a 24″ Dell (1980 x 1200) Monitor which, although it had a DVI input didn’t support HDCP. The 32″ display spreads out the 1080P a bit more, so it isn’t as sharp as a monitor as the Dell – Not surprising at all. But the display is very nice, and my older eyes appreciate the larger fonts. The TV features of the set are great, as to be expected with a new Sony. The Internet apps are okay – really too many to count, and many are of the “WTF – who needs this?” variety. Netflix works fine, but the search/select functions could be better. Some Sony apps are still locked up while they clean up their data breach. It has a good rear mounting for an inexpensive wall mount. (Found one on Amazon). The DNLA features found my stored movies on both the PC I had it hooked to (The TV found it over my wired ethernet) and found all kinds of recordings on my other Windows 7 Media Center PC including Off-air recordings in Hi def. I like this 32″ TV so much I am looking at a 46 or 50 inch version for the family room.

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