Sony KLV-S32A10 Video
The Sony KLV-S32A10 is 32 inches of fun for Pat Houston.
This no-name LCD isn't much of a bargain, and its image quality is less than impressive.
Although Sony's KLV-S32A10 LCD produces relatively deep blacks, its overall image quality isn't worth the higher price.
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Like other expensive Sonys, this XBR needs professional help to look its best, but its best is quite impressive.
For noncritical viewing, this stylish Sony can do the trick, but it's not the best bargain.
Being a Sony product, it's not made from no-name parts; up front you'll find Carl Zeiss optics and behind that are a 16-megapixel Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and a Bionz processor.
This no-name 30-inch LCD HDTV proves that sometimes a good price is too good to be true.
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