Had this TV six years and it's still going strong as picture is as clear as the first day I got it!!!!
Lisamarie Benito, Amazon
20 January 2014
Summary: I bought this TV in 2008 for $850!!! Ouch!!! But back then flat screens were expensive. Anyway, this TV is great. The quality that we've come to expect from Sony. The picture is as good as my Samsung LED 1080p TV.
Lasted Only 2 1/2 Years, And Sony "Was Balony" On Customer Service
WJK "Consumer Advocate", Amazon
3 October 2010
Summary: The high amount of heat that comes off, and the high electricity use with this 2 1/2 year old Sony Bravia S-Series KDL-32S3000 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV that recently went bad, are horrible buyer benefits!
Summary: first i must start my review by sayin thanks to the boys & girls who have postes such helpful reviews.second i want to say thanks to amazon for givin its customers the ability to express there views about product that they've purchased.
Summary: I have now owned this television (Sony Bravia KDL-32S3000) for about two months and feel I have used it enough to write an adequate review. So here it goes: Picture: I have the set hooked up to a HD satellite receiver via a HDMI cable. I must say that HD picture is absolutely amazing.
Summary: This is an awesome TV! The first set I received from Vann's was damaged by the shipper, and Vann's customer service was excellent! Their sales people were very helpful when I had questions about this set.
Summary: This was my first HDTV purchase and I couldn't be more pleased. I had looked at other competitor's sets and read many, many, reviews and I chose the KDL-32S3000. From reading some of the more critical reviews, I was concerned that I might have to spend a lot of time tweaking the set in order to get...
Summary: Great picture. Great Price. Scary packaging. The UPS delivery driver was so sure it was trashed he opened the box. Not so. It was perfect inside and works very nicely as a TV and DVD monitor. Highly recommended!
Summary: This TV produces a beautiful picture on both standard and HD inputs. The color balance, contrast and motion response are all excellent, right out of the box. Different types of inputs (ie. cable and different DVDs) may benefit from slight tweaking, but this is easily done on the fly via the remote.
Summary: "You get what you paid for" is a common saying these days, especially with electronics, and when it's about TVs, it speaks the truth. I've had two prior HDTVs before settling down with this Sony BRAVIA KDL-32S3000, a Vizio and a Sharp.