Our run through the LED jungle continues on with the Sony Bravia KDL32EX710, and it’ll be a little bit of a mixed bag, but still generally likeable.
The Sony Bravia KDL32EX710 is a thirty two inch 1080p LED television with edge backlighting, Motionflow 120hz technology, wi-fi adapter capability (you’ll have to pick one up, but if you do, it can use one), Bravia Internet Video that gives it access to a large variety of content sources, two ten watt speakers with Dolby Digital decoder, Bravia Engine 3 for image processing, an ambient light sensor, 24p True Cinema display, four HDMI inputs, two component inputs, two composite inputs, an ethernet port, an RF input, one USB port, and a PC input.
It’s a bit on the small side, which kind of limits the video, and there are only two ten watt speakers, which in turn limits the audio. But they’re still not half bad, especially for a smaller set, and there’s plenty of room here for your old and your new hardware, an extra plus. And you’ll even get internet access, which gets you poised for the next wave of content.
And in a further note of good news, you can actually pick this one up in at least two different places for eight hundred and eight dollars, which is a nice price for an up to date LED television.
The Sony Bravia KDL32EX710 isn’t the best LED television you’ll run into out there, but if you’re looking for a relatively low cost way to get in on the new line of LED televisions, this one should do nicely.