Sony KDL-32EX403




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By Trusted Reviews on 90

With the Japan earthquake disaster causing delays to Sony’s new range of TVs, sets like its 32in KDL-32EX403 are enjoying a longer shelf life than they might otherwise have expected. Which is starting to look like good news in one way, as the...

By TechRadar on 60

Positioned beneath Sony's flamboyant NX flatscreens, the EX line is squarely aimed at mainstream TV buyers. These are not screens designed with cost-no-object electronics and from a cosmetic standpoint are more Ugly Betty than Heidi Klum. However...

By CNET UK on 70

The Sony Bravia KDL-37EX403 TV's rich and cinematic images are occasionally let down by motion blur during action scenes. Overall, it offers good, but not exceptional, value for...

By HDTVorg on 93

With excellent all round performance and some useful additional features, the KDL-32EX403 is one of the best value LCD TVs we have come across for some time.At around £100 less on line, Samsung's LE32C530 offers similar performance with fewer...

By RegHardware on 65

Although lacking in DLNA functionality, there are some good touches in this set, including Freeview HD. It’s a keen price for such a large screen but, given its size, it really needs to have HD content pumped through it to make an impression....

By HDTV Reviews on

Sony’s TV ranges appear to have undergone a shake-up for 2010. Until recently, their product catalogue showed an escalating number of coded TV series: V-Series, W-Series, X-Series, and so on. This year, though, Sony have categorised all of their...