Although liquid-crystal display TV's, or LCD TV sets, have a relatively expensive price tag as compared to other types of television sets, they continue to stir a lot of consumer interest. One of the most popular LCD brands is the Sony Bravia line of LCD TV sets. Bravia actually means Best Resolution Audio Visual Architecture, and it replaced the LCD WEGA brand that the company used for its LCD TV's until the summer of 2005. Here is a thorough review of the Sony KDL32U000U.

BRAVIA – The Third Generation of Sony's U-Series

The Sony KDL32U3000 is included in the third generation of this esteemed Japanese electronics manufacturer's U-series, in the Bravia range of LCD television models. This Bravia model as initially released in the market on August 2007, and it's also equipped with the world-famous Bravia engine and the innovative Theatre Sync.

Armed With a Built-In Freeview Digital Tuner

The Sony KDL32U3000 LCD television is armed with Freeview digital tuner, which allows the TV unit to view over fifty digital TV channels using its terrestrial tuner. The KDL32U3000 is very much affordable, because Sony has since launched newer TV models afterward. The TV set's built-in Freeview allows viewers to watch Freeview digital television programs in superb, crisp and sharp images, without having to pay for any monthly subscription charges.

Equipped With the Unique BBE VIVA Audio System

The Sony KDL32U3000 brand an also receive analogue signals too, and for flat-screen TV standards, it relatively offers superb sound quality, since it utilizes BBE VIVA audio technology. The TV set's Virtual Dolby sound is also built-in, and makes full use of the two speakers located in front of the screen. For viewers who like hearing state-of-the-art sound, it can also be plugged in to other external sound systems and devices

One-Touch Control over the Whole System

This is probably one of the best attributes of the Sony KDL32U3000. With the Bravia Theatre Sync, users will be able to get full control over this home entertainment system, through just one click of the button on the remote control. It also offers 1366 x 68 resolution, HD-ready 720p/1080I, Picture-In-Picture, Dynamic Contrast up to 7000:1, PC Input, 2 x SCART, 1 headphone socket, Dolby Virtual BBE VIVA sound, and VESA hole spacing-compatible.

What customers generally like about the Sony KDL32U3000 32 Inch LCD TV is its affordable price. The TV set's sound system is excellent, and the single-click Bravia Theatre Sync option is also very convenient, and the television set is also very efficient when it comes to connecting to a PC or games console. The resolution is technically superb, and the wide-angle view is also ideal for large families. This Sony television is probably one of the most cost-effective LCD TV sets available today.

Source by Alex Bradbury