Written on: 28/03/2010
We've had ours for close to 10 years now!! It has been a fantastic TV over that time but our recent move to BD means we need full HD now :(
AS far as TV's go this thing will probably go performing for another 10 years with exceptional standard, well worth the premium we paid at the time. It has been a constant work horse (especially with two kids) and still performs brilliantly.
Thank you SONY… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2010
I bought this television 5 years ago and i had never any problem with this tv set.i am enyoing this every day.the only thing i need is a new remote control ,i ,lost mine,dont ask me how.please can you tell me how to order a new remote… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2009
the sony kv-32fq75s is a very nice tv. 7 years with no problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/11/2008
I have had my KV32FQ75u for over five years now with no problems unlike some. I found the 100hz wide screen excellent quality only to be let down by the sound (need a separate hi-fi).
The remote is simple & easy to use with all the functions you are likely to be using… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2005 by golfer99 (1 review written)
I have only ever bought Panasonic before this and have never had any problems. My old Panasonic set is still working fine and it's nine years old. The reason I went for a Sony other than it's looks was the reputation it had for excellence. I for one will never consider buying a Sony product again having witnessed what they accept as minor problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2004 by helenmcs (1 review written)
Sony KV-32FQ75(S) - Sony, who came to my rescue after all the preceding events, were wonderful, if slightly ineffectual. The faulty tube not only had the afforementioned scratch but also an arc-shaped black circle in the centre of it. The shop it was from refused to accept any responsibility before going belly-up within 1 year so I moaned to our local Sony dealership and to my rescue came a very nice Sony person who agreed to replace the tube. But the new one is also faulty and has on the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2003 by MaKSiNG. (1 review written)
I have not had the set long and despite having read all the bad reviews I still went ahead and bought one. So far I have not been disappointed. The set just had all of the features I wanted and then some. It was a very good price especially now that they are end of line. All manufacturers and I guess all sets have some problems, it just seems that the KV32-FQ75 has more than most. (If you do get a bad one, you can always send it back under warranty). However, if you do get a really good… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2002 by Mark S. (1 review written)
Not very good. Now looking to change to Panasonic… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2002 by Mike. (1 review written)
Lets get one thing straight - The (S) and (U) suffix means nothing more than is a stand supplied or not - the nice man from Sony UK told me that. I bought this TV after reading the reviews - some good, some not so good. Buying this TV online for a grand seemed a bargain though, so I did. Lo and behold, the TV I got had the banding problem that others have described. However, Sony have been excellent in their customer service - call them rather than your retailer is what I found to be… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2002 by Paul Edmondson. (1 review written)
The Television is a good design externally but that's about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/11/2002 by ea. (1 review written)
I've had my KV32FQ75 since Feb 2002. Its already been back to the shop to try and find two seperate faults. The first fault was the speakers would make a cracking sound then I would lose the sound for a few seconds. The sound also favours the left hand speaker (I was told this was in the allowable range!). The second fault was when we had a continuous loud electric clicking sound from out of the back of the T.V and the picture pulsed in time with it!! This lasted for about 10 minutes at a time… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2002 by Robbo. (1 review written)
When our 12 year old Sony TV started showing whites with a strong pink hue and needed a new tube, it was time to replace it with a new widescreen TV. An afternoon spent comparing different sets convinced me that the KV32FQ75 picture was one of the best. I eventually bought it for a reasonable £995 (end of line) in September from John Lewis mainly because of their no quibble after-sales service and free 5-year guarantee. I'm not disappointed. It's a 'U' suffix… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2002 by Colin. (1 review written)
Now on my second Sony KV32FQ75(S) TV set which seems to be worse than the 1st as far as the focus goes. I've now also got the added feature of the "buzzing" sound, so you could say i'm a little disappointed with the tv. Now considering options for an alternative make/model and have been looking at both Panasonic and Toshiba or a refund… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2002 by Jeremy Tremellen. (1 review written)
I've had two of these Sony KV32FQ75(S) sets now and both sets have had the same problem of terrible text focussing on the left side of the screen. Bearing in mind the cost...very disappointed. I give up and have decided that I'm going to go for a Philips instead… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2002 by pedro. (1 review written)
I bought my Sony KV32FQ75(S) TV from Jessops (John Lewis) in Nottingham for £999 (inc. 5 year warranty) as our first move to widescreen.
Didn't read these reviews until after purchase so I was delighted to find I had got the "U" model instead of the "S" I was expecting.
No problem with scrolling bands but left-most 3 inches of screen was badly out of focus. Expecting to have to accept a replacement machine I started the after-sales process - taking today off to wait for the engineer. To my… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2002 by richaccountant. (1 review written)
The Sony KV32FQ75(S) TV is now an obsolete model so price down by £300 at Comet. No buzz or banding evident and it's still going after the first week. Super picture quality and considering features the remote is not too complicated. VFM excellent considering reduced features on replacement model… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2002 by Classic eng. (1 review written)
The Sony KV32FQ75(S) TV has a superb picture... when it's working. My first set lasted less than FIVE minutes. A clicking sound (like a chattering relay) came from the back of the thing-then no picture.
Recovered the pic after half an hour but fault continued to recur.
Second set PRECISELY the same failure, this time after four days.
Back to the shop-good as gold:collecting the beast
and delivering another set. Guess what - it's NOT a Sony… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2002 by wheelers_deals. (1 review written)
Clearly Sony have had problems with some KV-32FQ75 TV sets, which is disappointing for a set in this price bracket.
Personally, having returned two Panasonic 32PL10s due to sound and picture problems, I am very happy.
The set was a Sony refurb., hence the price, but came with a 3 year guarantee and is absolutely mint consition.
The picture is stunning - wonderful colours, devastatingly good contrast and virtually flicker-free when using the DCF 100.
If I could guarantee that you would get a… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2002 by Bill Adamson. (1 review written)
The reason for purchasing a Sony TV is that the reviews in various magazines were very good and you cannot go wrong buying a Sony. My KV32FQ75(S) TV is suffering from banding, bubbles in the glass and washing out colours. I have been very disappointed and I dare not swap it out as I might get another lemon. There is a drastic lack of shielding at the base of the TV thus rendering the shelves redundant as the magnetic fields from the DVD plaver and Video wash out all reds at the bottom of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2002 by Douglas N. (1 review written)
I recently bought this Sony KV32FQ75(S) TV from my local Alders (£1289 inc 5 yr warranty) and have so far I am very happy with the set. I have a U suffix set, not the S and do not see the horizontal scrolling. The demo in the store had a poor picture quality until the asst. used a good quality scart cable from the DVD player. TIP Dont use cheap cables, get good oxygen free individually screened cables and keep them to a reasonable length. When you spend this much on a TV don't ruin it with a… Read Full Review
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