Summary: Love this tv! Still figuring out the settings, but the picture is great, and the screen is not too reflective, which we like. Swivel stand is great. Also, the cabinet is nice, much better looking than Samsungs. We got a great price too $739 with 90 day price protection guarantee! We hooked up a Sony bluray to it and the two work great together. FYI, the internet functions are cool, but overwealming because so many choices are available.
Summary: We bought a new TV when flat-screens first became affordable (NOT flat panel; flat panels were about $10,000 at that time). It was a 50" 200 lb behemoth; after a few years it started a high-pitched whine after the TV was on for a couple of hours, so we gave it away and bought the cheapest TV we could find to wait until the technologies settled down before buying a new TV. This was 7 years ago or so. We want a GOOD picture and are willing to pay for it.
HD is incredible, SD is still better than my older TV
30 October 2010
Summary: Since purchase of this TV, i have been loving every bit of it. I think that this TV for the price, was an incredible buy and has amazing features. There is no glare from the sun on the screen and it starts up really fast, with no annoying sound everytime you turn it on and off. One thing is that in standard def it is not as clear, but maybe its just because you are used to how incredibly clear the HD is. Would deffinitly recomend this to anyone considering it.
Summary: As an owner of a 50" Pioneer Kuro, you can say that I am an HDTV snob when it comes to black levels and contrast. I truly missed the details seen in dark scenes on old CRT televisions when I first made the switch to HD with a 50" Sony Grand Wega. Though this EX700 does not attain the Kuro's degree of black level, it comes close, and as I have purposed it to be my bedroom TV, I am more than satisfied. The black levels are not the only strength of this set.
Summary: I would have liked the same model in at least a 46" but didn't have the space. Fantastic performance in every respect. Minimal documentation enclosed and nothing about connecting it. I only got it to find the signal by accident, playing with the Input screens. J&R had the best price in the country -- and only two subway stops away! A friend immediately went out and bought one after seeing mine.
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Best looking TV out there, Good Remote Control, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound Quality, Outstanding picture clarity/resolution
Summary: Great picture, just as advertised. Sound adequate, easy to hook up a sound system for great sound. Only thing I don't like is that when you turn it on it has a "Sony chime" announcing it turning on. I would like to defeat it but don't know how. A little pricey for a 32 inch-but I looked at Samsung's top non 3D 32 alongside it and the Sony had better shades of dark. A dark men's suit in the Samsung looked just black while the Sony had shades of black/grey.
Summary: This is an excellent TV. You can read a lot of positive reviews about the EX500-32 on Amazon that will give you sufficient detail about the Sony Bravia EX's. Start with those reviews and note the differences between the 500 and 700 are: - Video Processing : BRAVIA Engine 3(tm) Technology: Many of the LCD tv companies share the production of various parts, including the screen. One of the major differences between the brands is the software that drives it.
Summary: I purchased the Sony KDL-32EX700 about two weeks ago. The TV is super thin. The colors are fantastic.Internet is very usful. Internet has netflix built in. the Internet is super fast. You have to purchase A Sony wireless adapter if you want a wireless connection for internet. The TV has 4 HDMI ports. The sound is very good. The TV has swivel stand very usful. The only thing bad about this tv is the remote control. The Remote controls TV only.