There’s nothing comparable watching movies in a cinema. The picture is lush and full of detail. The sound reverberates across the four walls of the theater. With the arrival of the Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 HDTV, you can now enjoy this cinematic experience in your home.
Watch your favorite movies and TV shows in a high-definition format. Sony has invested good picture and sound qualities in this TV model. So expect an optimum viewing experience in the Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 wherever you are in your house. Be it in your bedroom, the living room or just any corner in your humble abode.
Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 at 720 HD
This Bravia HDTV has a width of 30 ½ inches. This measurement accommodates well of its 32-inch screen when measured diagonally. The height and depth are at 20.8 inches and 3.2 inches respectively. Weight is at 18 lbs. So this model is not too heavy. Together with its smaller size, you can carry this set and place it anywhere in your house.
Sony has been known for decades in producing top-of-the-line television sets. The Sony BRAVIA KDL40BX450 has received good reviews among professional critics and users alike. Though Sony was supplanted by Samsung as the world’s top manufacturer of television sets, the Japanese company still managed to produce more good quality and reliable models in the market. The Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 has a clear 720p image resolution on screen. Some users have commented on this picture quality when they connect a COAX cable. The image is not too sharp, almost balanced in terms of contrast quality. Others used an HDMI connector and the picture quality increased two-fold or three-fold.
Next to the user’s TV rating is the sound. Images are everything in the Silent Era of Televisions. But when someone invented an audio feature on TVs, sound quality matters second in importance to most viewers afterwards. So far, the Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 was received well by many. Some find the audio capability of this model bad for their ears. However, built-in speakers of HDTVs are usually weak. When supported by sound-enhancement technologies, the audio quality gets slightly better. Wiser buyers purchase a separate, powerful speaker system to amplify their TV’s audio. The result is an almost cinematic rendering of treble and bass volumes echoing across their room.
There is now a Sony HT-CT150 3D Sound Bar System that enhances the sound quality of supported HDTVs available in the market — both online and real time.
Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 Specs
- Four HDMI inputs for your Blu-Ray Player, PC, Playstation 3, HD component cable, etc.
- A USB input to allow to play any USB-enabled device
- Has a noise-reducing technology that also “cleans up” grainy images when viewing photos or movies in your USB device
- A CCFL backlight technology that balances pixels showing on its LCD screen
Instant HD Connection
Probably, part of the KDL32BX330’s near superior picture quality is its connection inputs/outputs. This Sony model has all the regular component and composite video plug-ins that a modern HDTV has. But the Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 has two HDMI connections at its rear. We all know how effective HDMI technology is in rendering pictures and sounds on TV screens. This Bravia model has managed to materialize contents from separate devices on its LCD screen very well.
USB devices are very popular nowadays because of their small size and portability. When you have a USB that can store 32 GB of data, you are able to download movies and watch them on PCs. The BRAVIA KDL32BX330 has a single USB port located at its side. Plugging your USB device is very easy and the download is not too slow. Unlike PCs, you can watch movies, view photos and listen to MP3 music on the 32-inch screen of this Bravia model.
We all love movies. Be it in DVD or in Blu-Ray format. Part of the appeal of movies showing in our own homes is the development of the Home Theater System. The Home Theater System aims to replicate the cinematic experience within the four walls of your room. Now, it is competing for cinema theaters in showing 3D movies. The KDL32BX330 doesn’t have the 3D features that its higher tier Bravia siblings include. But again, many people today are not too demanding for a 3D experience. Moviegoers are more concerned in the plot, acting and special effects in films. The KDL32BX330 delivers a consistent picture quality that is acceptable to the majority.
This is also true for gamers. Most video console users have little problem with the picture quality of the KDL32BX330. A 720p resolution is considered good among video game players. Actually, it seems that a huge number of gamers tend to settle for a smaller size; moderately high-quality HDTVs. This Bravia model seems to fit in this category. In this troubled economy, such purchase makes sense.
The BRAVIA KDL32BX330 also does well with PCs. As there are people connecting their computers to HDTVs because of the latter’s’ bigger screen and higher picture quality, it is natural that Sony designs its Bravia TVs to accommodate this need.
So, is the Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 worth to you?
The KDL32BX330 doesn’t have the extra two HDMI ports of the Sony BRAVIA KDL40EX640 or the 3D technology of the Sony BRAVIA XBR55HX929. These are two higher tier HDTVs of Sony, which are bigger in size and price. But if you are a person on a tight budget and/or are living in a small space, then you need something that is catered to the likes of you. In that case, you might want to pick up the KDL32BX330. In fact, this model is the smallest and cheapest of today’s Bravia series.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL32BX330 was already bought and tested by many people. Most online reviewers rated this Sony model – 3.5 stars out of 5. So it is above average. Online retail sites show its price range around $300 or less. Hence, for those who want a smaller HDTV with an affordable price tag, then this TV is definitely for you.