Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV Customer Review

Is it the right time to go 3D?

This hub article reviews the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV, a TV that has already received plenty of praises from customers. We have a look at the pros, cons, technical specifications and customer feedback of the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV. Before we do so, we are going to review the differences between plasma vs LCD TV, as 3D TVs can come with either of these two TV types. It is important to know the differences as it can make or break your purchasing decisions. If you already know the differences then feel free to skip to our review section.

If we were to condense the differences into simple phrases, you can break them down into three primary factors: size, speed, and lighting. When it comes to size, Plasma TVs tend to provide better value for money. Of course, when you watch 3D movies, you would want to experience it with a big screen. This rule does not necessarily apply to all plasma and LCD TVs. Lately, LCD and LED TVs have been built with additional technologies that help caters large screen TVs. When it comes to speed, you would definitely want to go for a plasma over a LCD TV. In general, plasma TVs are better at handling fast motion images. For example, action movies, sports games, fast video games, and any other fast-paced videos are better suited for Plasma TVs. Why? You will notice less motion blur. What is motion blur? It occurs when the pixels cannot change quick enough to display the precise details. This has been a more prevalent problem with LCD and LED TVs. Do note however that some LCD and LED TVs are now equipped with systems that can handle fast-paced images. They are normally specified in the features section if they are able to handle such images. Last but not least, one must take into account their house space before purchasing a TV. Plasma TVs are a big NO for bright light conditions. If you leave it in a bright area (as in an area with a lot of sunlight) of your house then you will notice something called light glares. This is not the case for LCD and LED TVs, hence why they are used in public areas. Now that you have a brief understanding of the differences, let us delve into the actual review of the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV.

Firstly, at 32 Inch, I would consider this TV to be a solid choice for those with a small apartment, or for an individual room. At 1080p, it can handle the latest HD pictures with ease. The native resolution of the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV is 1920 x 1080, but you can easily change it if the screening does not fit the native dimensions. Like most other TVs, the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV has internet capability. This means you can utilize great services like Netflix and watch endless amounts of movies every month.

Sony TVs have a special engine called the X-Reality Engine. This feature enables you to watch crisp pictures on your TV. As stated earlier, some LED TVs comes with additional features that helps reduce the effects of motion blur. This is the case for the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV. The MotionFlow XR 240 is designed to handle details during fast-action scenes, hence reducing the effects of motion blurs.

So what did customers have to say about the Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV? One customer highlighted several pros and cons of this 3D TV. In terms of the benefits, you get a true 1080p 3D and HD picture. The images are precise, crisp, and well-detailed, even in dark scenes. Overall, he also agreed that the 3D pictures were adequate but he also felt that there was a little more work to be done before 3D pictures truly become mainstream at home. On the downside, one customer had to spend several hours in order to calibrate the original picture settings. She also felt that the price of the TV was abit above average, especially as it does not come with 3D glasses. Do you own a Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX720 32-Inch 1080p 3D LED HDTV? What do you think of it? Please share with our fellow readers by using the comment form below!

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jacobkuttyta 5 years ago from Delhi, India

Nice review,

Thanks


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Didge 4 years ago from Southern England

Really useful hub. Good job!

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