Summary: Sony’s premium 800-series sets – like the HX853 – have rightly attracted a lot of praise, but the other end of the company’s 2012 line-up is just as talented: the KDL-32HX753 brings some of the high-end picture-enhancing tech employed by its bigger brothers down to a much more affordable price.
Pros: Smooth, crisp picture, Great selection of TV streaming apps, Visually appealing
Excerpt: Key differences between the Sony KDL-32HX753 and HX853 elite TV ranges include the swivelling easel stand, which replaces the step-up Monolithic sound pedestal, and a simplified picture processing package. See also Group test: what's the best TV?
Conclusion: While it's certainly not nearly as awesome as Sony's HX853 series, it's not really fair to compare the Sony 32HX753 to those illustrious televisions. Versus similarly priced 32-inch TVs it's pretty good, provided you accept that you have to be careful with setting it up if you want to get anything like the best out of it.