Sony Bravia 32” Class LCD HDTV

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Sony Bravia 32" Class LCD HDTV
$479.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

Product List:

  • 1 Sony 32" Class (31.5" diagonal) BRAVIA KDL-32M4000 Black LCD HDTV

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New Sony Bravia 32" Class LCD HDTV, for $479.99 + $5 shipping
Product: 1x Sony 32" Class (31.5" diagonal) BRAVIA KDL-32M4000 Black LCD HDTV

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Does anyone know how many HDMI ports this unit has?

ewww. gross, a 720p tv for more than $400, rip

not a good price for 720p

HDMI Connections: 2 Rear
Supports 480i, 480p, 720/60p, 1080/60i

Yeah, old Sony 32" 1080i… Meh. Not good enough!

Pretty good for a little LCD. While it’s not 1080p, this resolution should be fine at and distance more than 3 feet.

Two, both on the rear.

Also, here’s Sony’s link for it:

It appears just 1, according to amazon.

And the power consumption when not in stand-by?

I can’t believe how much the price has dropped on these televisions. We bought a 32" Sony only a couple years ago for about 3 times the price. If only we had waited…

Brand-new 32" Sharp Aquos HDTVs were going for $500 at Costco just a few weeks ago.

It has 2. You could read the nice description woot always supplys for us you know?

sony premium $$$ for not so great features 720P??? what is this 1999…

1080p XBR version at 32 inch occasionally
at $550; not sure this is a grand deal…

Yea, well, this is def that old 720p technology… Over $400 is WAY to much for a sub par HDTV

Godd reviews here at Buzzillions

New its ~$700, so this is a great price

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[*]With two HDMI inputs, an additional two component inputs, as well as a PC input you now have up to five different ways to make sure you see HD-level picture quality on the screen.