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Sony Bravia KDL-52EX700
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  • Sony Bravia KDL-52EX700
  • Bravia Settings
  • Bravia Additional Features
  • Bravia Design

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    Sony Bravia KDL-52EX700 - Bravia Design

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    The styling of the Bravia is attractive, though it may fall behind some other aesthetic beauties currently on the market. Thanks to the Edge LED backlighting technology, the KDL-52EX700 sports a thin profile that is 2 5/8 inches thick, making it easy to mount on a wall.

    The set sports the typical glossy black bezel found on many other televisions, and it rests on a rectangular glossy black stand that allows for swiveling. The remote control that comes with the set is the standard fare, and includes buttons that are placed intuitively throughout.

    Connectivity is solid overall and allows for some flexibility with arranging your entertainment center. The side panel houses two HDMI ports, a USB port, and an AV input. The back panel houses two more HDMI ports, an RF input, an Ethernet port, composite and component video connections, an optical digital audio output, and other audio inputs.

    The Sony Bravia KDL-52EX700 is a well-rounded HDTV that would be a good addition to anyone's home entertainment center. While its picture is not the best out there, it does offer good connectivity, plenty of adjustable settings, and interactivity. To top it off, its energy saving features should attract many potential buyers as well.

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