Summary: This is our first LCD TV. We still had a floor model for 29 yrs until it bit the dust a year ago. We have this TV a year know and it has been working great. I checked reveiws on LCD TVs and deceided on this one. We are pleased with the TV and has performed to our expectations. Thank You.
Summary: This TV is well worth the purchase price and was less expensive to purchase through Amazon than our local outlets. We are very pleased with the picture quality and I highly recommend the T.V. to anyone looking to purchase this size of unit. It works great.
Summary: Pros: Pretty much everything. Cons: Not wifi, or internet streaming capable. But who needs this if your receiver or Blu-Ray have it? Is 32 inches really big enough? I opted for this over the 40in, because I didn't think 8 more inches should have costed $150 more, but am not sure if 32 inches is big enough for a TV. As a computer monitor, this TV has been great, though. Update 18 Jan 13. Apparently, this set is not ARC (Audio Return Channel) capable.
Summary: The picture quality is superb. We went to different Electronic stores checking out the different features on the televisions. When purchasing this we were very excited to be getting rid of our 6 year old Sony TV. Still performed well just had a large back on it. Very happy with the thin decision, flat screen. This is perfect size for our bedroom. I am only giving this a good rating because the sound system is horrible.
Great 1080p + PC. Get'em while they are still available
27 June 2012
Summary: If you are distributing HDMI and are worried about compatible supplementary displays to your primary monster flat panel or projector, the Sony KDLBX420 is a value not to be denied. Over $100 off what this model sold for a scant 4 months ago at the blue box, when they still had them. Electronics Express did a top notch job of double boxing the display to ensure safer travel via FedEx. The display arrived in pristine condition.
Summary: As other reviewers have accurately written, this TV is EXCELLENT as an external PC monitor. The SONY manual and SONY support are a little unclear on how to use the Picture-in-Picture capabilities. I spent the better part of a weekend figuring this out. First, the manual is CORRECT, but unclear.