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Sony Bravia KDL-32EX650 LED Television-Black

Model Year 2012
Colour Black
Display Size 32 inches
Screen Resolution 1080p
Display Technology LED
Aspect Ratio 16:09
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Product Description

This smart TV belongs in a league of its own. Built with the care that sets Sony devices apart, the sleek TV will not enrich your lives with entertainment, but provide a good looking wall wherever it is set up. This life enhancing TV gives you unmatched picture quality and sound like you've never heard before. Read on to know more about the full suite of features that sets this LED television apart:

32 Inches of Life Enhancing Fun

When you buy a Sony product, you do not buy a device to plug in and enjoy; you buy yourself a piece of technology that will enhance and engage at the same time, and fill your life with entertainment that is unmatched in its reproduction! This Sony Bravia LED TV is no different. The 32 Inch TV brings with it a world of entertainment and a host of other options that make it ideal for those relaxed evenings when you just want to sit back and enjoy, and those rushed mornings when you want to make the most of the information swimming around before you start your day!

In Built Motionflow Technology

Sony and superior image quality go hand in hand. But did you also know that Sony works just as hard to ensure that moving images reach you with zero lag and complete clarity. This basically means that you do not need to miss out on those details even when you are viewing those fast paced action movies, or those slow tear jerking romances. The Motionflow technology is a unique Sony feature that brings to the fore sharp and natural looking images - even when they are on the go!

Connectivity Options: Making life easier

With a WiFi enabled TV like this Sony Bravia, you can now get connected and stay there. Internet enabled and ready to go, this TV makes information surfing a lot easier than you thought possible!

Product Features

  • X-Reality picture engine
  • Edge LED
  • Full HD
  • Dolby digital/ Dolby digital plus/ Dolby pulse
  • Deep color, Intelligent image enhancer, Intelligent MPEG noise reduction, Advanced contrast enhancer (ACE), 24P true cinema
Product Details
Manufacturer Sony
Manufacturer Part Number KDL-32EX650
Brand Sony
Model Number KDL-32EX650 IN5
Colour Black
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty 1 year warranty provided by the manufacturer from date of purchase
In the box KDL-32EX650 TV / Remote Control RM-GD023 (New Simple) / Batteries 2 x AAA
Technical Specification
Model Year 2012
Display Size 32 inches
Screen Resolution 1080p
Display Technology LED
Aspect Ratio 16:09
Refresh Rate 50 Hz
Wattage 70 Watts
Batteries Required Yes
Power Source AC
Power Adapter Included Yes
USB Ports 2
Connectivity Technology ETHERNET
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 10.2 grams
Product Dimensions 296.5 cm x 20 cm x 86.2 cm

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  1. 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
     A very good choice! Absolutely brilliant product! 29 October, 2014 On
    I bought this TV a month ago for INR 45K and during all this time, all I can say that I have absolutely no regrets for choosing to buy this. It has been worth every penny.

    Q1. What are the best things about this TV?

    A. Thay are:
    - Ease of use
    - Vivid dynamic contrast
    - Low power consumption (70W)
    - Array to medium and device support
    - Swivel base (most other models in the TV bracket doesn't support this)

    Q2. What are the things to be aware of before buying this product?

    A. They are:
    - Even though this TV supports direct plug-and-play, there is a limitation of the file size that this TV can play directly from a USB device
    - Price bracket vs. Screen size (not everyone is satisfied with a 32" TV - for larger models, price increases significantly)
    - Has functionalities like Wi-fi but could make them better (for eg. could have had a built-in Wi-fi adapter)

    Q3. How hard is it to setup the components?

    A. The Sony Bravia KDL-32EX65 is extremely easy to setup by yourself at home. With just only a few screws, anyone can assemble the base with the TV and set it up. Moreover, its quite light in weight.

    Q4. Does Sony Bravia KDL-32EX65 have view angle adjustment?

    A. To your delight, Yes. The TV has a swivel base for horizontal viewing angle adjustment, which is not very commonly available for other TV models in the same class. There isn't any scope for vertical viewing angle adjustment however.

    Q5. In terms of power consumption, how efficient is the Sony Bravia KDL-32EX65?

    A. This TV is quite efficient in terms of power consumption. Even with the edge LED technology coupled with their Motionflow XR motion interpolation engine that ensures vivid and fluid picture quality under almost every video conditions, combined with a very decent sound quality, the this TV still does a very good job at just 70W. Compare that to an old TV that you might have to gain some perspective.

    Q6. What exactly is X-Reality and Motionflow that this product talks about so much?

    A. X-Reality and Motionflow are both proprietary technologies by Sony that make the viewing experience so much richer. X-Reality is said to boost the details and lighting conditions for a video to provide a very vivid life-life picture. Motionflow XR is what makes the motion in the video so much smoother while viewing. If you are technical person, consider that you are running a video shot at 25 frames per second. This may seem a little jagged while viewing. What Motionflow does is use the information of the position of objects in each frame of the source video to generate and display intermediate frames amongst the original ones displaying the same video at let's say at 60 frames per second, such that the motion now is much more smoother. Just to give some context, the task of the X-Reality and Motionflow technologies combined would be very similar to what the features like Detail Boost, Light Boost and iMotion available on media player softwares like Mirilis Splash Pro do.

    Q7. Does it support direct media playback from storage devices and/or the network?

    A. Absolutely. One of the best features of having this TV is that there's a very wide range of media devices that can be used with it. It supports direct plug-and-play from USB devices, which means that all you need to do is plug in your flash drive or external hard disk drive and watch some videos present there. Do note that it has a upper limit in the video file sizes that it can play, which is around 2GB for a file. Although this itself isn't a very special feature since it's available with almost every model of TV in the market today, what makes this one so special is that apart from just USB connectivity, you also have features like Wi-fi connectivity, RJ45, HDMI, etc.

    Q8. Can I stream media over the internet directly using this TV?

    A. Yes, you can. The Sony Bravia KDL-32EX650 has Wi-fi connectivity using which you can directly stream videos from the internet as well as any home network that you may have. Thanks to the BRAVIA internet video functionality, this TV fully supports browsing video networks like Youtube, BigFlix and directly stream video from them. So now, all you need to watch Youtube videos is connect this TV to the internet and voila! However, do note that it doesn't come with a built-in Wi-fi adapter so you would need to buy a Wi-fi dongle in this case.

    Q9. What other internet based features or functionalities does this TV provide apart from just streaming videos?

    A. The Sony Bravia KDL-32EX650 has a lot to offer. Not only you can just watch videos online, you can actually browse almost anything on the internet thanks to the inbuilt web browser that comes. It even comes with dedicated support for social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Moreover, you can actually video chat with your friends and loved ones directly using this TV with Skype.

    Q10. Does this mean that the Tv also comes with a webcam?

    A. Sadly no. For being able to fruitfully use Skype, you need a added piece of webcam hardware from Sony that is compatible with this TV. The CMU-BR100 is one such.

    Q11. Apart from videos, what other media playback capabilities does the Sony Bravia KDL-32EX650 possess?

    A. You can watch videos, listen to music, view photos - basically anything that you would want your media centre to do. One good added functionality that this TV comes with, is being able to identify what song or artist may be playing on the TV right now, using something Sony calls as Track ID. I really love this feature.

    Overall, I think it is a very good choice and I would definitely recommend this to others who want to buy a LED TV under 50K!
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  2. 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
     Brilliant razor sharp picture that's not harsh on your eyes! A wonderful LED HD TV! 31 August, 2013 On
    Well, a little over 6 months of viewing in this model of Sony's 32" HD LED TV has reaffirmed almost all of my trust on Sony TVs. And a couple of let-downs too! That's later. My review given here is from a non-technical user's perspective and I hope this will help such people to get a fair idea about this model.

    First things first. A TV essentially has to open up a virtual window into the outer world for our personal viewing. The more one feels a sense of oneness with the visuals seen due to the natural and life-like quality of the picture, the better the TV must be. Based on this benchmark alone Sony Bravia KDL-32EX650 wins hands down. I can vouch for it from my 6+ months of daily viewing and occasionally comparing it with other TVs too.

    When I wanted to replace my ageing CRT Sony TV, I was searching for the most advanced model in the Sony LED range just below the 3D models as I was not yet convinced of the 3D technology. After visiting at least 5 showrooms in Chennai and seeing demo of quite a few brands displayed there, I zeroed in on this particular one for all its features plus that "extra" feeling with its picture quality: 32" (just adequate for my house), Full HD, Edge LED (more efficient), Low Power Consumption (just 70W), decent range of connectivity (ports), USB Play, and of course price of around 40K, the lesser the better!

    After assembling the TV (very easy, if you can understand simple diagrams and know how to thread-in a few screws without damaging the plastic) when I lifted it to place it on the TV table, it felt discouragingly light for its size! But on its stand it sits very stable and my fear of whether it will topple disappeared. The screen can be moved left-right to some degree, but no vertical tilt adjustments.

    The first thing I did was to plug in my internet connection from my broadband router straight into the RJ45 jack! Voila! It sensed the connection and after a few clicks as given in the manual, I was able to watch YouTube videos. It was a joy to watch because this TV buffers nicely to play video without the stop-go pains one experiences with occasional slow speed internet connectivity (like it was on that day).

    Next I wanted to play the Full HD version of a movie my friend lent me in a USB stick. We were thrilled no end! The details were so clear - either from a 2 inch distance or 10 feet away! We were almost "into" the movie's location! There was no "trailing" effects in scenes of high speed motion we've become used to with our old TV! The picture was life-like. Period.

    But, alas! The movie stopped playing after a few minutes into it. I learnt the hard way the first drawback in Sony TVs: There's a limitation in video file size when played from USB pen drive. It cannot play files larger than 2GB in size! That's one big let down for me, for I imagined I can borrow ANY Full HD movie from friends in a USB stick and happily view in this TV. No. No. You need to connect a media player for hassle-free viewing of videos of any size and quality. There's also the limitation of the types of files that can be played directly.

    Similarly, though this model is Wi-fi enabled it does not have an in-built wi-fi adapter. We have to buy it separately and connect it to enable wire-free internet / LAN.

    Now, finally when I plugged in my DTH from the set top box (connected to roof-top dish), it was a revelation! Each channel was distinctly clearer and that much life-like! Everyone in our family felt this model has superior picture quality compared to some earlier models or a couple of other brands (owned by our friends and relatives). It was (and is) pure joy watching video in this TV. The default setting of brightness/contrast was so adequate, the picture was never harsh on your eyes, even while the details of gray in dark areas were clearly visible! That's wonderful actually but, only seeing is believing!

    The sound quality was good but I initially felt the volume was a little less at the highest volume setting. But, when our ground floor neighbours rushed in to inform that the TV sound levels disturb them, we realised it must be more than adequate. Perhaps that's what the high quality of the audio does to your ears. Nice new experience.

    There was an additional surprise we noticed after a few months: My earlier 21" CRT TV was a power guzzler (110W) compared to this! As we use this TV for 6-8 hours every day, its lower power consumption makes a significant difference to our electricity bill too!

    Overall, its a very good buy.

    I would list the following as its main pluses:
    - Easy to use, easy to maintain
    - Exceptional picture quality
    - High quality audio
    - Low power consumption
    - Nice buffering for hiccup-free viewing of videos from internet
    - Everything is almost plug-n-play! So easy.

    And, the following as main minuses:
    - Limitation of video file size when played from USB stick
    - Not all file formats are supported. Google to find out. The manual is not helpful for this.
    - Lacking vertical tilt adjustment

    As the minuses are not critical in nature, I would give 5 Star rating for this model.
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  3. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Excellent TV 12 February, 2014 On
    One of my friends bought this TV. He was initially in a dilemma to go for LCD or LED. He concluded LED picture quality is much better than LCD. So, he took this product.

    This TV comes with X-Reality picture engine, which advanced than Bravia and its ia Full HD display.

    That has made him to buy this TV and he is very happy with it.
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