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Sony KDL-37EX503

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Based on 10 expert reviews
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Expert reviews and ratings

By HDTVorg on 93

Unless it is important for you to experience the slender profile that comes with LED TVs, the KDL-32EX503 could be a perfect choice at this price level. Sony have created a well positioned screen with a decent feature set which performs well above...

By CNET UK on 80

Excellent sound and picture quality, great Internet services and a Freeview HD tuner combine to make the 40-inch KDL-40EX503 an impressive mid-range TV from...

By Expert Reviews on 60

The Sony KDL-46EX503 is a surprisingly affordable mid-range TV. Theres a generous feature set and good image quality from high definition sources. Unfortunately, the poor handling of standard definition content lets this TV down....

By Pocket-lint on 90

An excellent Freeview HD performer this small Sony keeps it light when it comes to picture processing; high-def pictures can lack ultimate detail and show-up a touch of judder and blur, but the prize for the patient is superbly clean images unrivalled...

By Whathifi.com on 100

It's still early days but it seems is back with a vengeance in the battle for supremacy among 2010's TV ranges. The 'EX503 range won a 32in so we have high hopes for its 37in sibling.The set is certainly up to its eyeballs in the latest...

By AVReview on 90

Even the 40EX503's sound is more robust than that of any of our rival TVs today, leaving it with an overall performance level which - together with its unique online talents and still-rare Freeview HD tuner - makes its £900 price tag look pretty...

By TechRadar on 100

At last, we have a 37in TV that carries a Freeview HD tuner that doesn't cost the earth. To celebrate the ground-breaking nature of the Bravia KDL-37EX503, Sony has departed from its usual aesthetic by adding a comely strip of brushed aluminium to...

By T3 Magazine on 80

It's not going to win any design awards and there's no LED backlight, but it's a dream to use and pretty good to...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Having only recently reviewed Sony’s rather excellent , you’re probably wondering why I’m looking so soon at the 37in version of the same TV. In fact, I often get asked as a matter of course if there’s really much point reviewing...

By Home Cinema Choice on 80

All the excitement about 3D has rather distracted us from the fact that many viewers haven’t yet caught up with HD. There’s also another revolution going on, in Internet-enabled TV. Sony’s KDL-40EX503 ticks both boxes. As far as...

By HDTV Reviews on

After battling our way through the uncharted territory of 3D TV lately, it’s a bit of a relief to sit back down with a good old 2D HDTV. Today we’re inspecting one of Sony’s “cost-conscious” Bravia LCD TVs for 2010, namely...