This is a thread I created where we can discuss the new Sony S2000 LCD TVs. Intending to replace the A10-series, the new S2000-series comes in four different sizes to satisfy every consumer's needs: 26", 32", 40", and 46" with models KDL-26S2000, KDL-32S2000, KDL-40S2000, and KDL-46S2000 respectively.
The new S-series includes an integrated (built-in) ATSC digital tuner and 1,366 x 768 LCD screen resolution. It comes with Sony's new digital processor chip to reduce "block noise" around letters, such as on-screen graphics and subtitles and enhances contrast, therefore, producing crisp and vivid images. The chip also automatically adjusts greens and blues for truer and brighter colors.
The new S-series incorporates Sony's panel made by S-LCD, which provides wider viewing angles, a faster response time, and a high contrast ratio (1000:1). The S2000 sets also offer flexible connectivity with one HDMI input, two component video inputs, three composite video inputs, and one PC input. Finally, the S2000 sets include a space-saving bottom speaker design, two 10-watt speakers with SRS Tru Surround XT, and VESA compliant mounting holes.
The new KDL-26S2000, KDL-32S2000, KDL-40S2000 will be available in March for about $1,499.99, $1,999.99, and $2,999.99 respectively. The KDL-46S2000 will be available in May for about $4,500.
Own one of these new models and want to share it, post it here. Planning to purchase one or have some questions, post it here. As of right now, I will be purchasing the KDL-32S2000 immediately when it first arrives in stores. Can't wait...