The test lab over at our review partner Digital Trends published a review of the Sony KDL-32XBR6 32-inch LCD HDTV.
Quote from the review: "Depending on the source you read, Sony is among the top television sellers in the United States. Ever since the fabled Trinitron (introduced way back in 1968 if you can believe it), the company is practically synonymous with TV. After a few missteps several years ago as it let the flat-panel parade go by, Sony got its Mojo back and now has dozens of flat panel sets ranging from 11-inch OLEDs to a 70-inch LCD for a cool $30K. In between are more models than you can shake a remote at or possibly try to remember. However, if you're looking for Sony's best, think XBR Series-which is what we did when we wanted to test a compact HDTV that could neatly fit in a small apartment's living room or bedroom. Sony usually puts its best video and sound processing in the XBR line-up and the KDL-32XBR6 has the Bravia 2 Engine, Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) and an alphabet soup's worth of acronyms to create its 1080p (not 1080i or 720p) image. Sony typically asks for a gets a hefty dollar premium for its TVs. It was time to see if the extra cash was worth it."
Read the full Sony KDL-32XBR6 32-inch LCD HDTV Review .
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