Sony KDL32W653 32-inch Widescreen Freeview HD LED Smart TV (New for 2013)

July 8, 2013 - Comment

Sony KDL32W653 32-inch Widescreen Freeview HD LED Smart TV (New for 2013) Product Features Full HD (1080p) Edge LED TV with X-Reality PRO, wireless screen mirroring, and Motionflow XR 200Hz X-Reality PRO takes everything closer to Full HD Enjoy smartphone photos and videos on your TV Discover a world of music, movies, TV and apps

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Sony KDL32W653 32-inch Widescreen Freeview HD LED Smart TV (New for 2013)

Product Features

  • Full HD (1080p) Edge LED TV with X-Reality PRO, wireless screen mirroring, and Motionflow XR 200Hz
  • X-Reality PRO takes everything closer to Full HD
  • Enjoy smartphone photos and videos on your TV
  • Discover a world of music, movies, TV and apps

Comments

MyKeyReviews says:

Utterly stunning! ♦ Brief ♦Having previously owned a much older Sony LED TV, I was quite excited to see how well this would compare and if it was actually any better in quality.One things for sure, it’s very light for a TV it’s size and has a good weight distribution making it easier to lift.It has a lovely design, the TV width is nicely thin and has very little frame in the way of the screen.This TV also boasts an X-Reality Pro picture processing engine with 200Hz Motionflow to deliver smooth and detailed images.♦ Box Contents ♦Television | AC adapter & power cable | Remote control | 2x AAA batteries |Wall mount kit | TV stand & bolts | Instructions & other paperwork.♦ Set-Up ♦All you need is a Philips screwdriver (Unless you are mounting it onto the wall, in which you will also need a drill).As my walls are extremely flimsy, I…

T. Turner says:

Sony on form in 2013! Following on from their 5-star review in What Hi-Fi’s 32-inch TV category last year, the KDL-32W653a continues Sony’s return to form. They’ve now incorporated X-Reality PRO from 2012’s higher end models, as well as Motionflow XR 200Hz. This is my first flat screen TV, replacing an old CRT. Standard definition Freeview is upscaled and looks much, much better than expected. The four Freeview HD channels look absolutely superb. The display quality is very uniform and I’ve not noticed any clouding. The build and styling is really nice, with a thin black metal bezel. Sound quality is better than most flat LED TVs. The user interface is sleek and easy to both set-up and navigate. WiFi connectivity is built-in and features BBC iPlayer, YouTube, Sony Entertainment Network, Demand 5, Netflix, LoveFilm and various other media apps. It’s a shame it doesn’t have 4OD, but hopefully this will come on board with future updates. You get two HDMI ports, 1 SCART socket, 1 USB, 1 ethernet and various…

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