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Sony Bravia KDL32EX503U 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 100Hz LCD Internet TV with Freeview HD

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  • 32-inch Full HD 1080, Wi-Fi Ready, LCD TV with Motionflow 100Hz, online services and eco features
  • Enjoy movies and games in stunning Full HD
  • Smooth-flowing, fast-action sports and movies
  • Wi-Fi Ready to explore online content services
  • Built-in tuner for easy access to Freeview HD
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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
71 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
32" / 81 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 80 x 9.6 x 49.7 cm ; 12 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 14 Kg
  • Item model number: KDL32EX503U
  • ASIN: B003BVI49Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,149 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

Box Contains

  • Sony Television
  • Instructions
  • Warranty card
  • Remote
  • Table top stand

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars

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    124 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Paolo Sammut VINE VOICE on 23 May 2010
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    Sony Bravia KDL32EX503U 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 100Hz LCD TV with Freeview HD

    My Sony Bravia arrived just in time for my weekly dose of Doctor Who and within moments I had it out of the box, installed and configured. Everything was nicely packed with a clear protective film over the screen and the black glossy base. It was then just a very simple job to attach the unit to the base (this does require a phillips screwdriver) and move it to the stand.

    The TV comes with 2 scart connections - perfect for my older DVD recorder and Sky box, 4 HDMI connections (Media drive, second DVD player + 2 spare) and a composite connection for my gaming console. There is also a ethernet connection (more later) and a USB socket). For me it was simply a matter of unplgging the various leads from the old TV, moving my new Bravia in place and reconnecting. Everything is quite cleverly arranged so that the scart, ethernet and 2 HDMI sockets are on the back, and the USB, 2 HDMI and composite on the left hand side for easy access.

    Switching on, the automatic setup ran error free, first scanning and collecting channels ready for use. We then switched on each of our external devices (DVD, media drive etc) to ascertain which input channel they connected to. There is actually some clever engineering underneath this - the system works out which ones are connected and the others are all "greyed out". So at first we see AV1, AV2, HDMI1, HDMI2 etc. In the setup it is possible to easily relabel these so my AV1 quickly got relabeled DVD, etc and we could then see what channel connected to what device very quickly.

    Now we could set the channel and watch some sample programmes it is clear that Sony have
    worked very hard to ensure that picture quality is perfect.
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    49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By T. Carter on 15 May 2010
    This TV is great!... had been looking for a good Tv for a few months i looked at alot and i narrowed my choice down to this, the samsung 32b6000 and the sony 32w5810. i then noticed the samsung had an auto dimming setting that could not be turned off. This was quite annoying and did not look good. i then decided to buy the 32w5810 as it was on offer for £500. when i got it home and played some games there was huge input lag and many artifacts with the 100hz motionflow turned on! this was one of the setting i really wanted to look good, so i returned the 32w5810 and exchanged for this! it was £200 more expensive but in my opinion worth it! the internet features are good tho not alot of choice at the moment! picture quality is outstanding, coulors are perfect!
    sound is better than most LCD tvs i have seen. looks are cool aliminium strip at bottom is a nice touch. very easy to use menu, and no input lag on games! only negative things i have to say about this set is that motionflow could be a little smoother, menu load times a little quicker and Freview HD isnt available in alot of places yet. Tho the freeview website said i wouldnt be able to receive it and i can looks amazing! would highly recommend this TV to anyone!
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    36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By The Soft Machine Operator TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 May 2010
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    I like the minimalistic look of this television. There are some connectors hidden away down the side along with some buttons, with the rest on the back - and this TV has its fair share on connectors. Aside from a couple of LEDs, the front is pretty much just the screen surrounded by a narrow border. A neat stand fits onto the bottom and is unobtrusive.

    Switching on and configuring for the first time was easy, and also gave first experience of the smooth and responsive HMI. This is pretty important in my opinion, given the amount of options this TV offers.

    After a few minutes the TV located all the freeview digital and normal analogue channels (It has both tuners) and was ready to go - if you want to rearrange channels, you can.

    First impressions were impressive, with strong colours, a sharp, bright image and no blurring during fast movement. The tuner also supports Freeview HD. The HD picture was impressive, with crisp detail that added real depth to the image.

    Connectivity

    Connectivity these days is a big plus, and the Bravia comes with more option than you'll ever need: there are 4 HMDI sockets, plus 2 Scart, Composite, Component for video. There's an optical audio out. Two HDMI sockets are located on the side along with Composite connectors and a USB port.

    The USB port can be used for a wireless network dongle (Not supplied, which is a shame) or a memory stick. You can browse the memory stick and play films from it - I tried it out with some standard XVID files and pleased with the playback quality. You can also view photographs and play music. The audio quality was impressive through the TV's speakers.
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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Finemind on 25 May 2011
    I bought this TV on the strength of seeing it working in a shop. When it was delivered I thought the contrast was poor and was irritated by the need to swivel the screen towards me as otherwise the colours disappeared.
    I later found out that I am not the only one who has noticed this. The TV that got great reviews and which I saw in the store was fitted with a Samsung PVA screen. Later models have been fitted with an Optronics MVA screen which suffers from the issues mentioned above. My model was made in February 2011. This must have saved Sony some money. Hopefully this review will cost them some money.
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