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The Impressive Sony KDL32EX403U

Sony Bravia KDL-32EX403

Rating: ★★★★★

I wanted a good quality picture and was fed up with buying TVs that are out of date before you get them home.

Well, this one has 1080p HD Freeview built in, which meant not having to worry about buying another box to plug in.

The picture lives up to my expectations and my aerial is now 25yrs old, and not one of the new digital ones I was told I must have. It has loads of things it can do.

You can connect your PC, connect it to the internet and with an additional bit of kit do it wirelessly. Loads more as well, but to find out, look at the tech spec as it will be quicker. It generally looks good but it did take me a while to get the hang of the remote as it has so many buttons.

It helped when I put my glasses on so I could see what the buttons were for, (I won’t repeat what my wife said). It also has a built in on-screen manual. It is good but could be a problem if you can’t get a picture. A bit like when your computer tells you to use an online help database when the problem is you can’t connect to the internet.

I have had the TV a couple of months now and I am struggling to find a negative for this TV. Maybe if I was pushed I would say the built in manual.

It works fine if the TV works (and it does) but I would find it annoying if the problem was no picture. Remember to be careful when you connect a Blueray/DVD etc that you choose the connection method (HDMI or one of the cable options).

If you choose the wrong method it can cause problems with being able to change it to the correct one. It was probably me that did not read the directions properly, (a man thing) and there may be an easier way of doing it.

Be careful when you connect a Blu-ray/DVD etc that you choose the connection method (HDMI or one of the cable options). If you choose the wrong method it can cause problems with being able to change it to the correct one

Pros

  • Impressive HD pictures on HD freeview and the blueray
  • USB connector
  • The TV looks good even switched off

Cons

  • The built in manual

Verdict

If 32″ would be an ideal size for your TV, I can say I have not seen one with a better screen picture and I have looked at quite a few. I would recommend it, but beware; my wife won’t give me my wallet back as I now want a 42″ version for another room.

I think I will try and convince her we need to do it before the VAT increase; “Luv, you know that Sony we bought, well there is a…”


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