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The Bravia KDL-32EX523 is a high-definition television from the Sony company.

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connects to WiFi quickly and easily, well designed online apps

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draws very little power while in operation

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sets up quickly and easily, and auto-detects all the channels without hassle

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sound is fairly good, can clearly hear the actors

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powers up quickly, and the power supply runs silent without a high-pitched whine

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wide viewing angle, can sit anywhere in the room to watch it

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some blurring when watching sports

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The Bravia KDL-32EX523 is a high-definition television from the Sony company. Featuring a 32-inch LCD display with edge-lit LED backlighting, this model supports full 1080p HD content for bright, vivid imagery. Wi-Fi connectivity is available for cable-free content accessibility, incorporating optimized YouTube, Netflix, Hulu Plus and Qriocity interfaces for simple playback. A wide variety of online and offline applications are also available via the Sony Entertainment Network spanning games, calendars and other utilities, with Android and iPhone controller apps made possible for faster device navigation. DLNA content sharing is also supported, making it possible to instantly stream various files within a common home network across a variety of devices (smartphones, tablets, select laptop and desktop computers). Combining the Bravia KDL-32EX523 with one of Sony's microphone/camera accessories allows users to access videoconferencing capabilities directly from their TV set, using a software service like Skype or Google Talk to connect with friends, family or colleagues anywhere in the world. The unit also features a built-in USB port for instant access to picture, video and audio files from a flash or external hard drive. 

  • 32-inch LCD display 
  • Full 1080p HD resolution 
  • Power saving motion sensor
  • LightSensor backlighting technology
  • Bravia Sync compatibility 
  • Energy Star 5.0 certification 
  • Auto shut-off capability 
  • Password-controlled channel blocking
Post Review
10/16/2011 09:55

do you need an HD box to recieve HD on channels that delivers HD??

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