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Experience TV, movies and games in superb Full HD on the Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U. You’ll also be able to enjoy music, photos and videos from your digital devices via the USB Media Player.

The KDL32EX403U is also Wi-Fi Ready so when you add your wireless adaptor or USB dongle (sold separately) you can easily connect to your wireless home network without the clutter of cables. Fancy some catch up TV? With Bravia Internet Video you’ll be able to connect your TV directly to the Internet to access selected online services such as BBC iPlayer and YouTube.

The Bravia Engine 3 ensures that images are displayed with impressive detail, optimal contrast, and truer-to-life colours. S-Force Front Surround complements the great picture with the full effect of digital surround sound. The ‘Invisible’ speakers are cleverly hidden in the design and positioned for the ideal sound elevation.

Fans of the movies will love Cinema Mode. You can choose from two different modes to reproduce an authentic movie experience with unique film-like textures and adjusted colour and brightness settings.

And let’s not forget that the Sony KDL32EX403U is also DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatible. This enables you to access your photos, music and movies from your PC across your home network from a compatible device. For instance, you could play your friends the latest MP3 track you’ve just downloaded, even though your computer is upstairs in the spare bedroom.

The Light Sensor on this model automatically reacts to the brightness of the room you’re in, making sure you always get the best picture. It also saves energy – and saves you money too.

1080p
1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed “progressively” or all at once, rather than in an “interlaced” fashion.
Key Features

3D Ready No

Audio qualityDifferent manufacturers use different sound systems to improve your audio experience S-Force Front Surround, Dolby Digital Plus

AV inputsWhere on the TV your DVD Player or other equipment can be plugged in Rear - 2 HDMI on side

Digital tunerDigital tuners give a better quality picture and let you receive extra channels without an additional Freeview box. Freeview HD



Dimensions H53.2 x W80 x D22cm (including stand)

DLNADigital Living Network Alliance compatible - lets you build a digital network around the home with other DLNA devices Yes

Frame rate 50Hz


Freesat built in No



Freeview HD built in Yes



Full HD 1080p Yes



Guarantee FREE 5 year guarantee




HD ReadyAbility to display high-definition pictures when connected to an HD compatible device Yes


LED backlighting No


Memory card slotGreater amount of slots means more variety of card formats can be used No



Model name / number KDL32EX403U



SCART socketsSocket for connecting audio-visual equipment together 2



Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1920 x 1080p



Screen size 32"


Speaker output (RMS)The total output measured in watts. The higher the number, the louder the sound! 20W


Table Top Stand Included



USB portsUniversal Serial Bus- socket for transferring data between electronic devices 1



Visible screen size (measured diagonally)Diagonal measurement across screen 81cm



Web enabledAccess the internet or selected websites through the TV Yes



Weight 11.8kg (without stand); 14kg (with stand)
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hambrook#121
I could resist no more, perfect for the bedroom.
philko#122
Was weighing this up for awhile!
Some good comments swung it!!
ORDERED!!!
stuartw#123
After reading this site looking for a TVand the summary to far is:

Sony Bravia KDL40EX403U 40" £399.99 Delivered Amazon without the 5yr warranty Heat Rating 1261

Sony Bravia KDL40EX403U 40" £399.99 Delivered John Lewis with the 5yr warranty Heat Rating 560

Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U £299.99 Delivered John Lewis with the 5yr warranty Head Rating 920

The Summary as I see it
John Lewis is the best place to buy it.
32" is £300 40" is £400
For the front room of an average terrace, watching downloaded movies and snowboarding dvd's, with the occasional iPlayer should I go for the 40" and pay what is an etra 1/3rd? (i know it is most likely subjective)

Thanks in advance
ryan7#124
Seems a perfectly priced set however I think I'm looking for something with a bit more class for the living room. A 37' inch is what I'm after but you never see many kicking around. Any opinions out there?
cajeyme#125
ryan7
Seems a perfectly priced set however I think I'm looking for something with a bit more class for the living room. A 37' inch is what I'm after but you never see many kicking around. Any opinions out there?


The Sony 40" is better than 37" which has an inferior panel.
Leadbeter#126
cajeyme
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The Sony 40" is better than 37" which has an inferior panel.


Correct for 37" get a Panasonic which has an IPS-alpha panel
spannerzone#127
A super hot deal......
neils123#128
I bought this tv for our bedroom from John Lewis about a month ago. In the last couple of years we have also purchased 52" and 40" sony lcds, the picture on this one is the best of the lot and the internet tv is great to have (which we use quite a lot after purchasing the wifi dongle). Great picture and sound, quality brand, brilliant price and 5 years peace of mind - the whole package.
cajeyme#129
stuartw
After reading this site looking for a TVand the summary to far is:

Sony Bravia KDL40EX403U 40" £399.99 Delivered Amazon without the 5yr warranty Heat Rating 1261

Sony Bravia KDL40EX403U 40" £399.99 Delivered John Lewis with the 5yr warranty Heat Rating 560

Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U £299.99 Delivered John Lewis with the 5yr warranty Head Rating 920

The Summary as I see it
John Lewis is the best place to buy it.
32" is £300 40" is £400
For the front room of an average terrace, watching downloaded movies and snowboarding dvd's, with the occasional iPlayer should I go for the 40" and pay what is an etra 1/3rd? (i know it is most likely subjective)

Thanks in advance


Without going into SD/HD issues, if it's only occasional viewing the 32" is perfectly adequate but because you soon become used to the size with lots of viewing you may wish you had chosen the larger one. Always best to go for the largest you can afford providing your room allows.

Edited By: cajeyme on Dec 27, 2010 10:48
reeshenry#130
Does it have FREEVIEW+ as TVs without are obsolescent!

Edited By: reeshenry on Dec 27, 2010 11:02
nichewidgets#131
Err Freeview+ is about RECORDING devices - not Tellies !
paulkristy#132
How does this fair against the LG LD550, forgetting the 5 year warranty?

Link

Edited By: paulkristy on Dec 27, 2010 11:18
callum1990#133
I have just been to the sony store at trafford centre as i reserved it there as they are doing the exact same deal, however when i got in there, above the display it said 12months warranty and they said that the internet was incorrect and should only been 12months, however as i pre-ordered it, they gave me the full 5 years. WATCH OUT! Now time to install :)
norbie#134
This is an incredible deal!
pghstochaj#135
callum1990
I have just been to the sony store at trafford centre as i reserved it there as they are doing the exact same deal, however when i got in there, above the display it said 12months warranty and they said that the internet was incorrect and should only been 12months, however as i pre-ordered it, they gave me the full 5 years. WATCH OUT! Now time to install :)
With the dispatch note for online orders, they provide you with the 5 year warranty Ts&Cs, so they sound like they were pulling your chain. It also states 5 year warranty throughout the purchase process - they don't have a leg to stand on.

"FREE 5 Year Guarantee!
Click here for terms and conditions (PDF Document)

This now completes your order."
mrwhippy#136
STEROO
STEROO
Bought from J Lewis two weeks ago for £409.Sent e-mail for price match to £299.If all goes well will get £60 vat back from Sony and £110 from J Lewis bargain.

Phone call to J Lewis CS this morning and refund of £110 confirmed on e-mail.
Just the £60 VAT cashback from Sony to come and the unit bought for £240 happy days!


Anyone know if Amazon do this as well?. Bought mine from them about two weeks ago for £409 excluding the Sony cashback. Bit gutted to see it's now available for £299.
ryan7#137
Leadbeter
cajeyme
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The Sony 40" is better than 37" which has an inferior panel.


Correct for 37" get a Panasonic which has an IPS-alpha panel


I want a Pana... any recommended deals for 37' ?
huxley1#138
Pr3cious18
Are there any good deals or recommendations for a 'Powerline adapters'?... My router is downstairs, need to use this TV in my bedroom to stream the internet features but not planning on purchasing the Sony USB dongle. People have reported using a Powerline adapter on this TV with no problems and find it better than using the official Sony dongle!


Can the Powerline adapters that come with BT Vision be used?

They come as part of the standard Vision kit, and as loads of people don't need them, there are always loads on eBay, seems to be easy enough to pick up a set for about £20.
huxley1#139
Does anyone know if there is a Freeview output via SCART on this TV?

Until I bought a new recorder, I'd like to know if I could use my old SCART VHS as a temporary solution till I buy a proper PVR.
Pr3cious18#140
huxley1
Pr3cious18
Are there any good deals or recommendations for a 'Powerline adapters'?... My router is downstairs, need to use this TV in my bedroom to stream the internet features but not planning on purchasing the Sony USB dongle. People have reported using a Powerline adapter on this TV with no problems and find it better than using the official Sony dongle!


Can the Powerline adapters that come with BT Vision be used?

They come as part of the standard Vision kit, and as loads of people don't need them, there are always loads on eBay, seems to be easy enough to pick up a set for about £20.

I'm not sure... Though I don't see why not :). I am at the moment looking to go for the Netgear one which goes for around £60 on Amazon, since it has 5 star reviews. Unless anyone can recommend another?

I did initially order the TV on the JL website, but decided to cancel it and order instore for collection today (4th Jan was just too long to wait for delivery!)... When I phoned at 10:20 they had 32 left in stock, phoned up 20mins later after transferring funds etc and they only had 18 left - WOW, they're selling like hotcakes!!!

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