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By HDTV Reviews on February 15, 2010
Sony KDL32D3000 impressed us so much that it earned HDTVTest's first ever "Highly Recommended" award....-
By TechRadar on February 07, 2008
As befits the first HDTV out of Sonys stable to use 24p technology, the high-definition pictures that the KDL-32D3000 dishes up are of a very high quality. But this 32in LCD TV is also just shy of the 1,000 mark expensive when compared...100
By Electronicsme on January 26, 2008
The Sony KDL40D3000 LCD television provides 720p high definition compatibility with sleek contours and design.ProsExcellent picture clarity & color. A wide assortment of features A good quality TV 120 HZ LCD excellent performance for fast motion...88
By Stuff.tv on November 02, 2007
Extensively specified, well-made, easy to use and live with, and a sharp-looking, punchy performer this 32in Sony is among the best out there...100
By Home Cinema Choice on November 01, 2007
By Tom's Hardware UK on October 24, 2007
There are two driving forces behind the switch towards Full-HD. On the one hand we have the high-definition video discs Blu-ray and HD-DVD, on the other HD-compliant TV programmes. Unlike America, however, where the switch from the ancient NTSC...-
By CNET UK on October 16, 2007
Its fair to say that Sony hasnt done things by halves with the Bravia KDL-32D3000, its latest 32-inch TV. It really seems to have left no stone unturned in its quest for picture perfection. But ironically were left feeling Sony might have been...75
By Trusted Reviews on August 14, 2007
It feels like we’ve been waiting for Sony’s ‘proper’ new Bravia LCD TVs for an eternity now. We’ve tried to fill the time by checking out various upgrades to Sony’s previous Bravia range, but all the time we’ve...80
By DigitalVersus on July 11, 2007
The D3000, the latest creation from Sony, was equipped with a number of improvements compared to the previous line. More specifically we can note the arrival of Motionflow +100Hz which is 24p compatible (called 24p True Cinema) and a new panel with...80
By EISA on June 01, 2007
For every square centimeter of its impressively-sized screen, the Sony BRAVIA KDL-40D3000 uses a mere 0.0395 Watt of power in operation, with the possibility of reducing energy consumption still further by activating the power-saving light sensor...-