A Sony KDL-32EX503 Review

The Sony KDL-32EX503 is a new 32 inch, Bravia TV that is coming out in 2010. At about 700 pounds, it’s relatively affordable. The television offers several improvements over earlier versions of this TV. Users can take advantage of settings that provide for clear, crisp and comfortable viewing.

The TV has high definition 1920×1080 native screen resolution, which means viewers can watch in full high definition clarity. This combines with MotionFlow 100hz technology that means fast moving pictures remain clear and sharp. This works well for sports and action movies.

The television offers connectivity for a variety of devices. Users can connect their TV to the internet. They can also use the TV to view their photos and plug in USB devices. This model has four HDMI inputs that work with Blu-Ray Players, PlayStations and others. The television also offers parental controls.

The ambient sensor function of the television senses the amount of light in a room and adjusts the picture accordingly to make watching TV more comfortable. The LiveColour feature gives the viewer four options for colour settings. These include Off, Low, Medium and High. This feature optimizes the colours on the screen.

Sound is adjustable and optimized in several ways. The speakers are hidden but placed to provide the best angle for sound. S-Force Front Surround technology works with the speakers to offer digital surround sound. This provides a quality sound experience.

The TV offers power saving that uses less energy. The television also has an automatic shut-off if there isn’t any activity in a certain amount of time. Users can also set the sleep mode. The TV has a mode called Power Saving that reduces the backlight in dim rooms. This feature not only saves energy, it makes watching TV more comfortable. When connected to a computer, the television switches to standby if it has not received a signal in 30 seconds.

The remote offers SceneSelect. This features allows the user to push one button on the remote and adjust the picture and sound to preset settings. Further, the remote control can act as a universal remote and run other devices. Users have the convenience of managing their multiple uses with one remote.

The TV tuners are built in to the set. The digital tuner is included and users don’t need a set-top box for digital channels offered over the air. The model also has a high definition tuner built in. This means that people don’t need a separate box for hi-def channels. This TV is a good choice for those looking to get ready for the switch to digital television.

European customers need to be aware that there is a slightly different model available to them. The Sony KDL32EX503 is known as the KDL32EX502. This model uses a different HD tuner, the MPEG4 AVC HD tuner. Other than that, it has the same features.

The Sony KDL-32EX503 is the next generation from Sony and incorporates Bravia technology. It allows users to attach several devices, look at photos and optimize their sound and picture experience. Customers can expect to spend around 700 pounds for this television. At 32 inches, it’s a good fit for many homes.

Source by Andrew Emerson

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