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
Thanks 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.
So, 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.
For expanded product details, please refer to the original press release from the following link: Blu-ray Disc home cinema range from Sony – CES, 7th January 2010