Sony KV-32FS100

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Price Paid: $800.00

Purchase at: Best Buy

Strengths
Easy to setup, excellent resolution and picture clarity using component video with DVD. I was hypnotized first night. Good integrated simulated “surround” sound.

Weakness
Widescreen format with DVD produces a slight funhouse effect. Wife can’t see it, but my trained eye can. Being a perfectionist, I’m somewhat bothered that on a $800.00 TV this is even an issue. I’ve always had great luck with Sony in the past. Glad I bought the vendor 4 year extended warranty on this TV just in case. I still haven’t decided if I should return the TV for an exchange and/or go with the Toshiba 32AF42, although I feel the Sony KV-32FS100 has more features.

Comments/Review
I’ve only had the TV for two days. I’m happy with all of the features on the television except for the slight funhouse effects with widescreen formats.

I have a 20 year old Sony projection TV that still works as well as the day it was bought. In fact, every Sony product I’ve ever bought still works. Not one Sony product I have purchased over the past 20 years has issues, except for the new flat screen. The vendor even steered me towards the Toshiba, but based on my past with Sony, I stuck to my guns. Some reviews of this TV on other sites have been less than stellar. I just hope I won’t end up regretting my decision…

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