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32-inch Sony breaks with tradition

01 Apr 2008 22:59

32-inch Sony breaks with tradition Sony's popular range of Bravia LCD TV panels may usually be synonymous with high performance, but according to a new review there is one that bucks the trend.

An article for the HDTV News website this week suggests the manufacturers 32-inch KDL-32M3000 LCD panel offers an entry-level answer for consumers, but is still equipped with enough extras to bear Sony's badge.

The screen, which is part of the M-Series range of Bravia units, offers style and performance as well as an "excellent" viewing angle of 178 degrees, the site reports.

Also highlighted is the inch KDL-32M3000's sleek black cabinet that wraps around speakers at the base of the panel and the "comprehensive range of input interfaces" that include HDMI inputs and PC connectivity.

"As a first time LCD TV buyer, you can't go wrong with trying out the Sony KDL-32M3000 LCD HDTV," the review states.

©mangotango.co.uk
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