There’s no doubt that 3D was the big talking point at CES 2010.
Reinforcing its commitment to this technology, Sony will now expand its
offering. 3D movie playback will be available via a software
upgrade for the recently announced range of Blu-ray home cinema from
Sony. These include both 2.1-channel and 5.1-channel systems.
For those users wanting the complete Blu-ray 3D™ home entertainment experience in a stylish 2.1 package, two models are available. The BDV-F500 uses desktop or wall mount satellite speakers, whereas the BDV-F700 offers two ultra slim floor standing speakers and a main unit with LED illumination.
The latest 5.1-channel all-in-one home cinema systems
are also ready to play high definition 3D content from Blu-ray Disc™.
Combined with elegant looks, they also offer access to a whole world of
online entertainment. These include the BDV-E370, BDV-E670W*, BDV-E870, BDV-E970W and BDV-IZ1000W. All of the new range offers the following key features:
· Full HD 3D movie playback to experience incredible life-like action
· Unique Monolithic Design Concept to perfectly match and complement new BRAVIA TV models
· BRAVIA Internet Video, giving easy access to ‘catch-up’ TV and streamed internet services
· DLNA capability via firmware update for streaming music, video and photos on a home network
to Blu-ray, home entertainment now has the capability to move into a
whole new dimension. With an increasing number of movies and concerts
now being filmed in 3D and new TVs like the BRAVIA LX900 incorporating
3D technology, there’s never been a better time to invest. With a 3D Blu-ray home cinema system from Sony, you can truly immerse yourself in the 3D Full HD experience at home.
forget about blurry, coloured pictures and cut-out cardboard glasses.
3D from Sony, using advanced picture technology with specialist Active
Shutter glasses will create vivid Full HD 3D images with incredible
realism and depth.