Sony - BRAVIA / 32" Class / 720p / 60Hz / LCD HDTV
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Built-in HDTV tuner
Add HD-capable antenna to receive over-the-air high-definition broadcasts, where available. Optional set-top box required for high-definition cable or satellite programming.
32" class screen size
Measures 31.5" diagonally from corner to corner for a variety of placement options.
1366 x 768 resolution
Supports 720p signals for stunning image clarity.
16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
Delivers a cinema-style entertainment experience.
CineMotion reverse 3:2 pulldown technology and 24p True Cinema mode
For accurate reproduction of film-based sources.
Dynamic backlight control
Automatically adjusts the brightness of the backlight to optimize image quality and reduce power consumption.
3D digital comb filter
Brings out fine picture detail and enhances color purity.
2 built-in 20W stereo speakers
With Dolby Digital technology creates a cinema-quality audio environment. Dynamic, standard and clear voice audio modes let you choose the sound that is right for you.
Measures 3-4/5" deep. Mount to a wall with an optional wall mount kit (not included).
3 HDMI inputs
Provide an uncompressed all-digital audio/video link for the highest quality connection and they support copy-protected HD broadcasts.
PC video input
Lets you connect your computer to experience high-resolution images.
Include 3 HDMI (2 rear, 1 side), 1 S-video (side), 2 composite video (1 rear, 1 side), 2 component video, 1 PC, 1 AC power (rear) and 5 analog audio (4 rear, 1 side).
Include 1 optical digital audio (rear) and 1 audio (rear).
Keep children from being exposed to undesirable material.
ENERGY STAR qualified
Assures a high standard of energy efficiency.
Useful additional features
Include trilingual (English, French, Spanish) on-screen menus, favorite channel and sleep timer.
- Sony BRAVIA / 32" Class / 720p / 60Hz / LCD HDTV
- RM-YD028 remote with 2 AA batteries
- AC power cord
- Pedestal with mounting screws
- Owner's manual
- Height24.1 inches
- Width38.8 inches
- Depth10.5 inches
- Energy Star CompatibleYes
- TV TypeLCD Flat-Panel
- Screen Size Class32"
- Screen Refresh Rate60Hz
- USB PortNo
- ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
- Language OptionsEnglish, French, Spanish
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
NO ZOOMPosted .
IF YOU HAVE COMCAST CABLE, DON'T BUY THIS TV. HALF THE PROGRAMS HAVE A BLACK BORDER ON ALL FOUR SIDES...THIS MEANS YOU WILL BE WATCHING A 24" SCREEN ON YOUR 32" TV. THIS TV DOSN'T HAVE A BLOW UP ZOOM THAT DOSEN'T DISTORT THE PICTURE LIKE MY VIZIO HAS. IT HAS 2 ZOOMS WHICH STRETCH THE PICTURE TO THE SIDES WHICH DISTORTS THE PICTURE. YOU WILL GET 5 CHANNELS HD THAT FILL THE ENTIRE 32" SCEEN.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great TVPosted .
Whenever you go into a store and are shopping for a tv, you are bombarded with " Bigger is Better". Well I walked into my local best buy the other day, and this was certainly not the case. I was on the fence between the Samsung LN40B530, and the Sony KDL32-L5000. My room is 13 feet by 14 feet, and I was not sure which I was going to pick. After in depth discussion, I picked up this one. This TV is 720p, the Samsung was 1080p. This tv was 32 inches, the Samsung was 40 inches. I was regretful as I walked out of the store and was second guessing all the way until it got into my room, and I mounted it. This TV filled the room beautifully. The picture for HD is amazing, and the Non-HD is amazing as well. Blu Ray looks unbelievable as well. I was so glad that I chose this TV. I saved over 300 dollars by choosing this one, and now i can use that extra to get my self a surroun sound, even though the speakers on this TV are more than capable. Overall, this TV is magnificent. Buy One now, you will not regret it, i promise.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
So far, great TV!Posted .
My old Panasonic 21" CRT finally died so it was time to enter the 21st century. I did a lot of research, talked to a lot of people about their TVs and settled on this one. I'm quite happy with it. The picture: Sharp, clear, crisp colors. Sure, there's a sweet spot but outside of it seems to be limited to just minor color distortion. During fast motion, there is some pixelation but it's brief and not assaulting. I also like housing's beveled edge. It gives it a framed picture look. Colors/Brightness; Great! There are 3 manufacturer's settings from colorful to subtle and each can be adjusted -- which is great for me because I find the reds and yellows to be jarring and unnatural. But I find that on most HD LCD TVs. So I love these options! HD/SD: HD looks terrific on this set. Obviously SD is not as good but it's not that painful because the screen size can be adjusted so no more stretched out SD channels. Audio: Based on previous reviews, I expected it to be awful. But it's not the crime others have painted it. In fact, it's fine! Not home theater quality but perfectly livable. The ONLY downside I have found so far is that there's an audio bug: On a few occasions, the audio just drops. I have Comcast service and a Comcast DVR and I believe it's a compatibility issue based on research I've done on various web forums. When it happens I just change the channel or restart the cable/TV. I also find that skipping through ads more slowly seems to avoid it. But even this is not enough to deter me from rating this as anything less than a really great TV!!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
WONDERFUL TV!!Posted .
We read a lot of reviews online for hdtv's before we decided the Sony 32L5000 was the model we wanted. We decided to purchase it from our local Best Buy, and we are glad we did as it was a great transaction. I was a little worried from reading some reviews that the picture, and color quality might not be so great right out of the box, and some reviews had an issue with the sound quality. I'm happy to say that both the hd picture and sd/hd sound are simply fantastic! The sd picture loses a little sharpness of course, but thats not an issue for us as it's still a great picture. We have not had to do any color tweaking at all. Standard dvd's look great as well. We have Comcast cable service, and they provided component cables, instead of an hdmi cable. The hd picture is stunning!! The picture brightness, and the sound can easily be adjusted with the "tools" button. We set both picture and sound to "standard" and are very pleased. Also, some reviews were unhappy with the time it takes for the picture to come on when the set is powered up, and when turning channels. We find the times just fine for both functions, and have no issues with them, as they are in line with the two regular tube tv's we own. Your results may vary of course. Consider also that we have had the tv for only two days so far, but we are very, very happy with the Sony 32L5000, and I would tell anyone to buy it. 5 stars for sure.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I did my homework...Posted .
First off, I would rate every category, (except sound which is 4) 4.5 stars out or 5, because I believe nothing is perfect. However, this is as close as it comes for the price range. I browsed the net, researched all the specs on many models, physically shopped at 3 stores just to compare. I had planned on buying from Best Buy all along, having put the 32" Dynex on hold over the phone, which was on sale for $329. (I was upgrading from a 22" Insignia which I was very happy with) . I spent over an hour comparing every 32" in Best Buy, and not taking anything away from any other TV, the 32" Bravia was the best in almost every category, HANDS DOWN. It even beats the more expensive 32"s. I use it for gaming, cable TV and DVD's. As far as sound, I use a home theatre, but if in the event the theater fails in the next month and I can't afford a new one quite yet, this Bravia has 2- 20 watt speakers which could hold me over (Some other 32" models have only 1 watt speakers.) I got it on sale for $449, and I was presented with a 10% off secret shopper coupon in the store. Even for the $500 regular price, pull the trigger, buy it and don't look back. You WILL NOT regret it. I posted this simply to help out some avid gamers like myself who are indecisive. Only con, you will need 2 people to screw in the stand as someone must hold the tv in place. However, it is quite a small con. Enjoy!!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
crisp picture;tv gets a bit hotPosted .
my old tv's component inputs were going out and with a ps3 and other stuff i need as many conections as i can get so i needed a new tv and i wanted to have my pc conected to it to minimise clutter in my bedroom so now insted of a desk and an entertainment center and chairs an bed so on.. i can have everythan conected to one display and if you do your reseach before you buy a hdtv you will find from many sources that a tv under 50" its verry hard if not inposible to tell the diference between 720p and 1080p so why spend the extra money on 1080p? thats just money you will never see literally. as far as the sound goes for this tv in my openion its a but weak, lacking in any real bass and if you turn it up to a substancial levl the tv will rattle and the sound distorts severly and the speakers are located on the bottom facing down... also the stand it comes with is a bit flimsy its made of hard plastic with 2 metal bracketts atached so if some one bumps into whatever you have it sitting on it will make the tv wobble there is an audio out of some sourt havent checked into it but it does offer an external alternative to satisfy people like me that want to hear the bass from movies and games all in all this tv is one awesome, beautyful addition to anyones homeI would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
OK for the moneyPosted .
I was looking for a second TV unit for the basement, primarily for playing games. The price was good so we took the Sony as the picture is stunning. Fortunately, I'm running audio through a sound system as the bass of this TV is seriously lacking. We have a 3 year old 32" Sharp and the sound is much more impressive. Another issue is the backlight. When viewing dark scenes, the uneven backlighting is very obvious - something I really did not expect to see in a Sony. But it's their low end series, so I guess you get what you pay for. Decent input options, a lot of configuration options, and a nice picture still make this a good choice, although maybe not as your primary TV.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Doesn't Display True 1080p. Sorry.Posted .
I saw a review on here that says this tv can display 1080p even though it's a 720p. Sorry, but that's technically impossible. 1080p takes twice the pixels to display (1920X1080 vs. this tv at 1366X768). What this tv does is it accepts a 1080p signal but scales it down to fit the 720p screen. My Vizio 720p does as well. It simply can't miraculously display true 1080p. Any more than a Xbox 360 can play a Blu-Ray. It just can't be done. Hopes this helps someone who is confused.I would recommend this to a friend