Sony BRAVIA KD-32W800-32-inch – HD Ready (HD) – High Dynamic Range (HDR) – Android TV – (Black)

£284.10£366.90 (-23%)

  • BRAVIA Engine: The power behind amazing pictures
  • Live Colour: Beautiful, natural colours in everything you watch on this Sony TV
  • USB HDD REC: Turn your television into a digital recorder
  • Find all the entertainment you can dream of, as fast as you can talk – With advanced voice control, this Android smart TV lets you enjoy movies and shows from apps such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video or broadcast in an instant.
  • Box Contains: 32W800 TV, Table Top Stand, Voice Remote, Control Batteries, AC Power Cord, Operating Instructions , Quick Setup Guide
  • Included components: KDW800, RMF-TX521E Remote
  • Connectivity technology: HDMI
  • Display type: LCD
  • Display size: 32.0 inches
  • Power source type: Corded Electric; Display technology: LED
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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by pat lardner

    Good quality

  2. 08

    by Butch

    SONY best brand in the business and always has been. Excellent value. Picture is natural as you would expect from SONY.
    Just be aware this is 720p not 1080p. Makes no difference in real life usage as the screen is only 32″.
    Great for a bedroom. Looks good too.
    Excellent.

  3. 08

    by Keith

    Great set with the expected high quality Sony picture… good buy

  4. 08

    by Mister T.

    Such a great TV, it’s only 32-inch but it’s perfect for my small bedroom. It’s worth the price tag as well, you can’t go wrong with a Sony Smart TV.

  5. 08

    by M. Hadfield

    My first flat screen was a 32” and seemed huge when it arrived to replace a 19”CRT. Now, compared to my 49” tellies this new one seems tiny. And despite the quick set up chart showing that it needs two people to lift it out of the box, it is small, light, and easy enough for one person to handle and remove from the box. You need a flat surface handy to rest it on while attaching the small legs. Each leg is fastened on with two screws. You will need a smallish Phillips screwdriver to attach these legs.

    Despite the instructions making it clear that you should not put pressure on the screen, there are two totally unnecessary stickers actually stuck to the screen and which need peeling off. These are fiddly to get a grip on and need a fingernail pressing repeatedly against the screen to scrape up enough of an edge to get a grip before peeling off. Utter stupidity.

    Also I would suggest inserting the power connector (UK 3 Pin plug) while you have the TV face down after attaching the legs. This connector is a tight fit and needs some pressure to push fully home. I found this easier to do with the TV lying down rather than struggling to reach round the back of it when in its final resting place.

    This TV has a decent number of ports (for a modern TV that is) There are two standard HDMI ins, plus one HDMI (ARC) making three altogether. There are two USB-As. One of these is dedicated for the use of either a portable HDD or flash drive. This is used to record programmes (via the programme guide) to watch later. There’s also a headphone socket, LAN connectors, Optical audio out, a satellite co-ax, and a terrestrial aerial co-ax.

    As always with Sony gear the remote is supplied with the necessary pair of AAA batteries. The whole back of the remote comes off to insert the batteries rather than having a small battery compartment door.

    Set up is the easiest I’ve had with a TV. If you wish to use this easy option you need your Android smartphone handy. The TV and smartphone connect via Bluetooth (by the way, the remote works via Bluetooth too. This is a new one for me.) and the TV loads your Google account details up from your smartphone, and also the wifi router password and connection details. Piece of cake. Very little input needed.

    As I’m only using this TV for streaming and satellite services I didn’t go through the terrestrial tuning setup.

    As I’ve come to expect from Sony Bravia TVs, the picture quality is excellent. Unfortunately, with this TV, the sound quality is poor. It has no depth or quality. This is the worst sound from a Sony TV I’ve ever had. Considering the price of this Bravia TV compared to other manufacturers offerings in the 32” range, there is no excuse for skimping on sound quality. I’m happy with everything else on this TV, and my judgement may be a little coloured because my main TV is connected to a high quality sound system so that’s what I’m used to hearing, but the sound on this TV is noticeably weak – not in volume, in depth. Knowing this wouldn’t necessarily stop me from purchasing this model, but I would have to budget, at the very least, for a sound bar to go with it. If Sony can’t make it sound good enough on its own, then it should be bundled with a sound bar. Unfortunately, from reading a lot of reviews, it seems that Sony isn’t alone in this and poor quality sound on flatscreen TVs is the norm rather than the exception. Still if they made the sound high quality they couldn’t part your from more of your pennies with sound bars and receivers and surround sound systems could they?

    Apart from sound quality, this is a really nice TV and I’d happily buy another. I have, however, knocked off a star for the poor sound and those stupid stickers on the screen.

  6. 08

    by Andrew A , London UK

    Fantastic product just wish it was thinner lcd like the bigger screens sound is good.

  7. 08

    by Neil G.

    Superb TV!
    I now own Two sets.
    My 10 year old set is now in my bedroom. The picture quality is the same as the day that I took it out of the box. Both sets are Sony Bravia.
    The new 2021/2022 model is more user friendly via the upgraded remote control.
    The features are more than enough for the average family.
    I am not a Tech wizard, so do your research to make sure that the set covers all your digital needs.
    If you want a TV that will give you Many years of supreme service then look no further.

  8. 08

    by Peter Brook

    This TV is brilliant as i bought it for my parents, apart from the tinney sound the TV is brilliant for what you pay for, get a surround sound system for best results

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