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Sony KDL-32CX523

  • Sony KDL-32CX523
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Based on 8 scores, 9 reviews available
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Expert reviews and ratings

By Trusted Reviews on 90

For a 32in TV we’ve found selling for less than £350, Sony’s 32CX523 has plenty of tricks up its sleeve, and is a good performer to...

By RegHardware on 80



I came prepared to scoff at the lowly Sony Bravia KDL-40CX523 and left a fan. This affordable fat-screen is a good-looking charmer. Image quality is fine for the price, and Sony’s IPTV services are first rate. Expect to see some...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Picture quality good rather than great, but Sony’s CX523 has so many other features, it's a great budget TV...

By CNET UK on 80

The 32-inch Sony Bravia KDL-32CX523 LCD TV offers excellent value for money, delivering impressive standard- and high-definition images, and top-notch Internet...

By Whathifi.com on 80

is master of the myriad model launch. The CX range is the entry-level series for 2011 – though from the styling you’d be forgiven for being unsure. It says a lot that this chassis, thicker and more cumbersome than the most, it had some staff...

By HDTV Reviews on

The Sony KDL32CX523 LCD TV is by no means a performance model, but it could have been, had it featured a better video processor and functioning greyscale controls. Nevertheless, the CX523 still delivers excellent value for money provided you’re...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Although it doesn't look much cop and is certainly far from perfect, Sony's new entry-level 40in TV, the 40CX523, is nonetheless an excellent value proposition thanks to some overall good AV quality and an outstanding online content...

By TechRadar on 100

The 2011 batch of Bravias has been kept back a little, but rather than herald the arrival of a new lineup of big, bold, competitive and cutting-edge flatscreen TVs. The Sony KDL-32CX523 32-inch LCD TV delivers purely as a good value package. And then...

By Pocket-lint on 90

Well-specified LCD TV that makes up for its lack of LED backlighting by piling on the features. Smartphone control is worth considering while the presence of BBC iPlayer and DLNA streaming make this a thoroughly modern effort - and one that punches...