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post #31 of 2400
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Originally Posted by earthbound View Post

My understanding is that 3D enabled only means that the TV needs to be able to accept a 120Hz signal of alternating left/right images (60Hz each). The rest is done through the magic of shutter glasses synced to the video.

So should an xbr8 be 3D capable? Or any "120Hz" marked set from within the last few years? I had thought I read it required 240Hz.
post #32 of 2400
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Originally Posted by scottman View Post

So should an xbr8 be 3D capable? Or any "120Hz" marked set from within the last few years? I had thought I read it required 240Hz.

No. These 120/240/(or whatever) sets create 120/240Hz internally. A 3D set needs to accept a native 120Hz or 240Hz signal, and none that I know of currently do that.
post #33 of 2400
New BRAVIA EX5/7, NX7/9 and HX8-Series? Many 60" models! 60" = surely UV2A, 55" = SPVA...

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60.0"


KDL60EX501
KDL60EX703
KDL60NX700
KDL60NX900
KDL60NX901
KDL60NX90Z
KDL60NX91Z

55"

KDL55HX700
KDL55HX801
KDL55HX80Z

46"

KDL46EX703
KDL46HX700
KDL46NX800
KDL46NX801
KDL46NX900
KDL46NX901
KDL46NX90Z
KDL46NX91Z


http://bssc.sel.sony.com/RecyclingWE...rN=TELEVISIONS
post #34 of 2400
CES 2010

http://www.sonyinsider.com/2009/12/3...-for-ces-2010/

There are definitely new models coming!!!


post #35 of 2400
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Originally Posted by emaJOEnation View Post

CES 2010

http://www.sonyinsider.com/2009/12/3...-for-ces-2010/

There are definitely new models coming!!!



Where did you get that pic?
post #36 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Tigerriot View Post

Where did you get that pic?

Imageshack
post #37 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Tigerriot View Post

Where did you get that pic?

It was given to me by someone with close access to exclusive Sony products. I posted it up.
I'm not going to uphold any authenticity of course, because I don't know if this were just initial official plans or just cut off.
post #38 of 2400
from your last years experience, when companies announces new tvs at CES, how long does it takes to have em on the market ? approx... just to give an idea, the XBR10 is already available
post #39 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Maiden2k View Post

from your last years experience, when companies announces new tvs at CES, how long does it takes to have em on the market ? approx... just to give an idea, the XBR10 is already available

Generally speaking, the new models shown at CES are out in the first half of the year. Sony and Samsung for instance will begin shipping many of their new models in the March/April time frame. Some models will come later.
post #40 of 2400
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Originally Posted by emaJOEnation View Post

CES 2010

http://www.sonyinsider.com/2009/12/3...-for-ces-2010/

There are definitely new models coming!!!




Thank you Captain Obvious.

please stop posting the same picture a hundred times.lol
post #41 of 2400
I'm really hoping for some leaks of Sony's new lineup.
post #42 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Tigerriot View Post

Generally speaking, the new models shown at CES are out in the first half of the year. Sony and Samsung for instance will begin shipping many of their new models in the March/April time frame. Some models will come later.

Typcially the flagship and higher end models come out late summer or Fall.
post #43 of 2400
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Originally Posted by corrado85 View Post

Thank you Captain Obvious.

please stop posting the same picture a hundred times.lol

Captain Obvious huh.
I've only posted that picture once.
post #44 of 2400
While you guys already knew 3D is a huge thing for Sony, going from this CES sneak peak - 3D video is a huge area for Sony in CES!

Stop it at around 0:17 and you'll see a whole section for 3D video.
http://vidly.com/bJ36
post #45 of 2400
I hear green blob come standard.
post #46 of 2400
I'm hoping for a UV2A panel 3D Bravia.
post #47 of 2400
2010 line up
http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...9863#braviaTab
Flash website
http://discover.sonystyle.com/bravia/#/prologue
High res images
LX900 http://news.sel.sony.com/images/larg...eg_Left_lg.jpg
HX900 http://news.sel.sony.com/images/larg...00_Left_lg.jpg
NX800 http://news.sel.sony.com/images/larg...g_right_lg.jpg
EX700 http://news.sel.sony.com/images/larg...00_Left_lg.jpg


LAS VEGAS (CES BOOTH #14200), Jan. 6, 2010 – From black-and-white, to color, to digital, Sony Electronics is once again setting the new standard for how televisions look and perform. Today, the company introduced its 2010 BRAVIA® LCD HDTV line featuring its first 3D HDTVs, a new innovative and stylish Monolithic Design Concept, and LED backlighting.
The new Sony televisions are another example of how Sony is providing consumers with networked products that enhance the home entertainment experience by offering built-in Wi-Fi® (802.11) for easy access to BRAVIA Internet video, BRAVIA Internet Widgets and personal content through Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified™ home networks.
The line is made up of 38 models ranging in screen sizes from 60 to 22-inches. The LX900 series offers integrated 3D functionality with Sony's 3D active shutter glasses and built-in 3D transmitter, while the HX900 and HX800-series are 3D capable using Sony 3D active shutter glasses and 3D transmitter (each sold separately). The 3D models incorporate a frame sequential display and active-shutter glasses that work together with Sony's proprietary high frame rate technology reproducing full high-definition 3D images.
"Sony's 3D HDTVs leverage the breadth and depth of the company's expertise to create an entirely unique experience at home that draws you closer to entertainment than ever before," said Jeff Goldstein, vice president for Sony's television business. "Sony will continue to own the living room by delivering TVs that work synergistically; both in function and design."
Models in the LX900, HX900, NX800, and NX700 series feature Sony's all new Monolithic Design. The design concept aims to change the entire TV viewing environment by delivering the most innovative, stylish, and high-quality experience possible.
With quality materials forming a simple, flush viewing surface with crisp edges and a smooth border, the models blend into the home's interior and allow viewers to focus completely on beautiful on-screen images without distraction from unnecessary decorative elements. Also, a unique six degree upward tilt option offers a more natural, comfortable viewing experience.
Central to the slim profile Monolithic Design is Sony's Edge LED backlight. Designed to deliver deep blacks and brilliant whites, the design allows for a slim form factor and an outstanding contrast ratio helping the new models impress not only when they are displaying beautiful images, but also when turned off as they blend into the home's décor.

BRAVIA XBR-LX900 Series 3D HDTV
Available this summer, the BRAVIA XBR-LX900 series features integrated 3D functionality and screen sizes including 60 (XBR-60LX900), 52 (XBR-52LX900), 46 (XBR-46LX900), and 40-inch (XBR-40LX900).
The full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) models feature Edge LED backlight, Sony's new Monolithic Design and Motionflow™ PRO 240Hz motion compensation technology, which helps produces smooth images in fast moving content such as sport and action movies. Sony's 240Hz technology also reduces the mixing of images of 3D content assigned to the left and right eyes, while the BRAVIA Engine™ 3 full digital video processor uses a collection of enhanced algorithms to significantly reduce noise, enhance overall image detail, and optimize contrast so every scene produces sharp, vibrant, life-like images.
The LX900 models also feature Sony's new OptiContrast panel. Designed with a clear surface treatment and a resin sheet sandwiched between the LCD display panel and glass plate, the OptiContrast panel minimizes the reflection and refraction of external and internal light producing deeper images with superior black levels even in bright rooms.
The models include integrated Wi-Fi for an easy connection to broadband home networks. Once connected, users can access thousands of streaming movies, videos, music and more from Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, YouTube™, Slacker® Internet Radio, Pandora®, NPR, Sony Pictures, Sony Music, and over 25 total providers through the Sony BRAVIA Internet Video platform.
Also, with the touch of a button, users can access the latest in news, weather, USA Today sports, Yahoo Finance, Twitter, Flickr photos, and FrameChannel through small applications called BRAVIA Internet Widgets. The widgets can be uniquely positioned anywhere on the TV screen for a custom viewing experience.
The models also feature playback of personal content including digital pictures, video, and music through USB and DLNA® certified network connections.
Another new feature is Sony's Intelligent Presence Sensor with face detection. The sensor detects if you've stepped away from the TV or are not watching the screen and automatically dims the backlight. After an extended period, the TV will turn off if no one has re-entered the viewing area. Additionally, the Intelligent Presence Sensor's newly added Position Control feature detects a user's viewing position to deliver optimized video/sound balance, while the Distance Alert feature helps to keep small children at an eye-friendly distance.
The models also offer Sony's BRAVIA Sync™ for easy operation with other BRAVIA Sync devices such as AV receivers and Blu-ray Disc™ players, and TVGuide® on-screen channel guide.

BRAVIA XBR-HX900 Series 3D Ready HDTV
The XBR-HX900 series 3D ready (with the addition of Sony active shutter glasses and transmitter, both sold separately) full HD (1920 x 1080p) models feature Intelligent Dynamic LED backlight and Sony's new Monolithic Design.
The model's full-array LED backlighting improves contrast and dynamic range by local dimming that controls the LED backlight level by area so that detail is maintained in the dark areas, while other areas are driven near peak brightness. The technology reduces unnecessary light emission resulting in true and deep blacks compared to conventional LED backlit models.
The models also feature Sony's new ambient sensor that automatically optimizes the TV's color and brightness according to the room environment and lighting conditions for optimized settings.
Featuring screen sizes including 52 (XBR-52HX900) and 46-inches (XBR-46HX900), the model offers four HDMI 1.4 inputs, one component input, one composite input, one component/composite selectable inputs, and a PC input (HD15) with PC/TV picture-in-picture.
The models also feature:
Monolithic Design
Motionflow PRO 240Hz motion compensation technology
OptiContrast panel
USB Wireless-LAN adapter for easy wireless network connection (sold separately)
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3 with Intelligent Image Enhancer
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback



BRAVIA KDL-HX800 Series 3D Ready HDTV
Also 3D ready (with the addition of Sony active shutter glasses and transmitter, sold separately), the BRAVIA KDL-HX800 series will be available this summer in screen sizes including 55-inch class (54.6-inches measured diagonally) (KDL-55HX800), 46 (KDL-46HX800) and 40-inch (KDL-40HX800).
The full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) models utilize a Dynamic Edge LED backlight with local dimming for improved contrast and dynamic range.
Other features include:
Motionflow PRO 240Hz Technology for Smooth Motion
Ambient sensor
USB Wireless-LAN adapter for easy wireless network connection (sold separately)
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback

Sony also introduced several other new BRAVIA models with various features and screen sizes. They include:
BRAVIA KDL-NX800 series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Edge LED backlit LCD
Monolithic Design
Motionflow 240Hz Technology for Smooth Motion
Integrated Wi-Fi wireless network capabilities (802.11)
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback
Available in March
Screen sizes include 60 (KDL-60NX800: $4,00), 52 (KDL-52NX800: $3,400) and 46-inch (KDL-46NX800: $2,800)

BRAVIA KDL-NX700 Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Edge LED backlit LCD
Monolithic Design
Motionflow 120Hz Technology for Smooth Motion
Integrated Wi-Fi wireless network capabilities (802.11N)
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback
Available in March
Screen sizes include 46 (KDL-46NX700: $2,600) and 40-inch (KDL-40NX700: $2,100)



BRAVIA KDL-EX700 Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Edge LED backlit LCD
Presence Sensor, Ambient sensor
Motionflow 120Hz Technology for Smooth Motion
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback
Available in March
Screen sizes include 60 (KDL-60EX700: $3,900), 52 (KDL-52EX700: $2,800), 46 (KDL-46EX700: $2,200), 40-inch (KDL-40EX700: $1,700), and 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX700: $1,100)

BRAVIA KDL-EX600 Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Edge LED backlit LCD
Ambient sensor
BRAVIA Engine 2
BRAVIA Sync
USB photo/music/video playback
Available in March
Screen sizes include 46 (KDL-46EX600: $1,900), 40 (KDL-40EX600: $1,400) and 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX600: $800)

BRAVIA KDL-EX500 Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) CCFL backlit LCD
Motionflow 120Hz Technology for Smooth Motion
Ambient sensor
BRAVIA Engine 2
BRAVIA Sync
USB photo/music/video playback
Available in February
Screen sizes include 60 (KDL-60EX500: $3,300), 55-inch class (54.6-inches measured diagonally) (KDL-55EX500: $2,400), 46 (KDL-46EX500: $1,600), 40 (KDL-40EX500: $1,100), and 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX500: $800)

BRAVIA KDL-EX40B Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) CCFL backlit LCD
Integrated Blu-ray Disc player
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
Ambient sensor
Ethernet input
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback
Available in May
Screen sizes include 40 (KDL-40EX40B: $1,000) and 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX40B: $800)

BRAVIA KDL-EX400 Series
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) CCFL backlit LCD
Ambient sensor
BRAVIA Engine 2
BRAVIA Sync
USB photo/music/video playback
Available in February
Screen sizes include 46 (KDL-46EX400: $1,200), 40 (KDL-40EX400: $800), and 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX400: $600)

BRAVIA KDL-EX308 Series
720p (1366 x 768) CCFL backlit LCD
Wi-Fi with USB adapter (included)
BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets
BRAVIA Engine 3
BRAVIA Sync
USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback
Available in March
Screen sizes include 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32EX308: $530) and 22-inch class (21.6 inches measured diagonally) (KDL-22EX308: $380)

BRAVIA KDL-BX300 Series
720p (1366 x 768) CCFL backlit LCD
BRAVIA Engine 2
BRAVIA Sync
Available in March
Screen sizes include 32-inch class (31.5-inches measure diagonally) (KDL-32BX300: $500) and 22-inch class (21.6 inches measured diagonally) (KDL-22BX300: $350)
post #48 of 2400
60" Sony for $3299-4000? WOWOWOW


Picture Mode : Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Game-Standard, Game-Original, Graphics, Photo-Vivid, Photo-Standard, Photo-Original, Photo-Custom
# 5.1 Channel Audio Out : Yes
# 5.1ch Through Out (Handycam) : Yes
Built-in WiFi
post #49 of 2400
Wow -- 38 models? If it was hard choosing a Sony model before...

Also, I wonder how much that XBR is going to cost?
post #50 of 2400
I'm confused by a few things. The first being the HEAVY focus on edge lit LED tv's, when everyone has already seen LED backlit are a far better use if the technology. Yeah, I get it that the profit margins are probably way better on the edge lit models, but unless they found a way to avoid the uniformity problems that plagued Samsung's 2009 models, very few people will care.

Also, what is with this "monolithic design" idea? I can really see that not being popular.

Also, what is with them continuing to use Bravia Engine 2? Even in one of the LED models? Weird.

Lastly, I'd live to see pics of them all.
post #51 of 2400
Hmm... Is the xbr white led or triluminous?
post #52 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Tigerriot View Post

I'm confused by a few things. The first being the HEAVY focus on edge lit LED tv's, when everyone has already seen LED backlit are a far better use if the technology. Yeah, I get it that the profit margins are probably way better on the edge lit models, but unless they found a way to avoid the uniformity problems that plagued Samsung's 2009 models, very few people will care.

Also, what is with this "monolithic design" idea? I can really see that not being popular.

Also, what is with them continuing to use Bravia Engine 2? Even in one of the LED models? Weird.

Lastly, I'd live to see pics of them all.

Oh please enjoy yourself looking at all the NEW 12 different series!


Prices on the 60" ranges from $3,299 - $4,599. Sony is definitely back in the game with the cheaper prices!
http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...52921644539863
post #53 of 2400
The new monolithic design is nice...
Most sets are 3D ready...!

However, I only see two sets with dynamic backlit LED. I'm assuming this means with local dimming... no word on the technology used behind the scene though... white LED or red/blue/green?
post #54 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Misato View Post

The new monolithic design is nice...
Most sets are 3D ready...!

However, I only see two sets with dynamic backlit LED. I'm assuming this means with local dimming... no word on the technology used behind the scene though... white LED or red/blue/green?

It looks like only the HX900/800 series will have dimming LED's and they all will probably have white LED's. We don't know all the details yet as the their are no product pages for the rest of the high end models.

Sofar I will pass on these models as the true high end XBR could come out in the fall just like every year.
post #55 of 2400
HX900
- 46, 52"
- LED back-lit local dimming
- 3D
- 240hz Pro





LX900
- 40, 46, 52, 60"
- 3D
- Integrated Wireless-N Wifi
- Includes two active shutter glasses
- BE3
- 240hz PRO
- LED edge-lit local dimming





NX800
- 46, 52, 60"
- LED Edge-lit
- Speaker bar stand
- WiFi
- It seems to have a dedicated HDD port.
- Prices starting from $2,800 and rising to $4,600.






EX700
- 32, 40, 46, 52, 60"
- 120hz
- LED





Other models:
CCFL
EX300: 22", 32"
EX308: 22", 32"
EX40B: 32", 40"
EX400: 40", 46"
EX500: 32", 40", 46", 55", 60"
LED
EX600: 32", 40", 46"
NX700: 40", 46"



Sonystyle @ http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...52921644539863 Yay!
post #56 of 2400
disappointing......
post #57 of 2400
I've got my eye on the EX700, but I can't help but feel it's weird it doesn't have 240hz on it.
post #58 of 2400
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Originally Posted by Tigerriot View Post

I've got my eye on the EX700, but I can't help but feel it's weird it doesn't have 240hz on it.

Not like it's going to affect any performance... I still can't see the difference between 120hz and 240hz.

I got my eye on the NX800, with it's different design and built in soundbar.
post #59 of 2400
This would explain why they got rid of the XBR10.

I think Sony has more experience with edge-lit tech than Samsung and even Samsung got a firmware fix that stopped flashlighting on their edge-lit sets. They're investing heavily in this tech. Seems like this is a major business strategy along with the final frontier for lcd before oled hits big in a few years.

Then again, backlight issues have been a problem with Sony lcds, so they may stick to the same, turn the backlight down nonsense they've used as a solution on their support page.

I'm looking forward to reviews on these sets. These sets coupled with uv2a panels could be excellent.
post #60 of 2400
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Originally Posted by schlick View Post

disappointing......

It is, Here at CES Samsung and LG stole the show......more to come.
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