Sony KDL32EX700 Television Review-A New Sub-Thousand LED

June 9, in LED television

We’ve got another comparative rarity for you today, folks–a second in a vanishingly small class of LED televisions.  Today we’re talking about the Sony KDL32EX700, only the second sub-thousand dollar LED television in recent memory.

The Sony KDL32EX700 is a thirty two inch 1080p LED television that offers internet connectivity, the BRAVIA Engine 3 full digital video processor, a variety of picture modes (including the oft-touted game mode), Motionflow 120Hz technology to reduce blurring in high-speed images, two ten watt speakers, two component video inputs, two composite video inputs, an RF input, a optical digital audio output, four HDMI inputs, a PC video input, USB port, and the Advanced Contrast Enhancer.

“Not bad” is quite possibly the best way to describe this one–there are inputs here for both the older and newer brands of hardware, and plenty of solid options besides.  The picture looks LED-terrific, and the sound is pretty fair for ten watt speakers.  And of course, the fact that this weighs in at just south of a thousand bucks speaks heavily in its favor as well.  It’s clearly a l0wer-end television, but when it comes to LED, more and more it seems that even the low end is still pretty high when matched against a lot of LCD and plasma televisions.

There are vastly better televisions out there, not surprisingly, but if you’re watching your budget and still want the very newest, the Sony KDL32EX700 will give you a lot of value.

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