Coming soon from Sony, the new BRAVIA XBR LX900 3D HDTV…
Sony Brings 3D Home…Be the first to experience 3D entertainment on a BRAVIA HDTV. Sony’s advanced 3D technologies reproduce Full HD 1080p, high-quality 3D images for an extraordinary home entertainment experience.
Enjoy high-definition 3D sports, movies, concerts, games and much more. Only Sony has the technology and content know-how to bring new forms of 3D enjoyment home.
From movies and broadcast HDTV to games and home theater systems, true 3D home entertainment begins and ends with Sony.
Sony is introducing 3D compatibility into many more of its devices, such as Blu-ray Disc players, VAIO computers and PlayStation3 consoles to provide numerous ways in which 3D content – from 3D movies to 3D games – can be enjoyed in the home.
This 40-60” full HD 1080p Edge LED backlit unit features integrated Wi-Fi and 3D functionality, Motionflow PRO 240Hz technology along with USB and DLNA connectivity.
The XBR-LX900 Series is 3D ready, featuring a built in 3D transmitter and is equipped with Sony’s 3D active shutter glasses. They feature an Edge LED backlight, Monolithic Design and Motionflow PRO 240Hz technology, designed to assist in producing smoother images in fast moving viewing.
Sony’s 3D compatible BRAVIA HDTVs incorporate MotionFlow refresh rate and frame sequential display technology, making it possible to reproduce Full HD 1080p, high-quality 3D images for an experience that delivers unprecedented reality.
Sony’s approach to 3D involves alternately displaying images for the left eye and right eye at a high frame rate. When viewed through the included active shutter glasses, the on-screen image is precisely synchronized and delivered with the full HD image intact, for an optimum 3D viewing experience.
“Very cool! I could not believe the view of depth. It was like I was standing on the side lines watching the game!”
The XBR LX900 also features Sony’s Intelligence Presence Sensor, a face detector that tells when a user has stepped away from the television and then dims the backlight, eventually switching itself off should the viewer not return. It also alerts the viewer to being too close to the unit and detects the position of a user to optimize video and sound balance.