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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 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.