Sony hat auf der CES 2013 sei­ne neu­en 65- und 55- Zoll Ultra HD-Fern­se­her vor­ge­stellt. Der Elek­tro­nik­her­stel­ler denkt wohl an sei­ne „arme“ Kund­schaft, die lei­der kei­nen Platz hat sich deren 84 Zoll Mons­ter Bra­via 84X9005 ins Wohn­zim­mer zu stel­len.

Die 2013 Bra­via-Pro­dukt­li­nie setzt unser Stre­ben fort, die bes­te Bild­qua­li­tät in jedem Modell-Seg­ment zu lie­fern und mit zwei neu­en Grö­ßen ist das erstaun­li­che 4K-Fern­seh-Erleb­nis für vie­le Kun­den in greif­ba­rer Nähe“, so Mike Lucas, Senior Vide Pre­si­dent von Sony Elec­tro­nics Home Divi­si­on. „Der 84 Zoll XBR 4K LED Fern­se­her ist sicher­li­ch ein Sta­tus­sym­bol und ein groß­ar­ti­ger Anbli­ck, aber die neu­en Grö­ßen ermög­li­chen Sonys wun­der­schö­ne 4K-Auf­lö­sung in jeder Wohn­um­ge­bung zu erle­ben, zu einem Preis, der gleich­zieht mit dem eines Pre­mi­um HD Fern­se­hers.“

Das ist doch eine inter­es­san­te Aus­sa­ge, dass Sony sei­ne neu­en Model­le in der Preis­land­schaft eines Pre­mi­um HD Fern­se­hers ansie­deln möch­te. Die fina­len Prei­se wur­den natür­li­ch noch nicht genannt, obwohl die 4K-Fern­se­her bereits in die­sem Früh­jahr in den USA auf den Markt kom­men.

Die neus­ten Mit­glie­der der XBR-900A-Fami­lie ver­fü­gen über die übli­che Auf­lö­sung von 3.840 x 2.160 Pixel und bie­ten dank „Trilumi­nous LED Back­light“ rei­che, authen­ti­sche Far­ben inklu­si­ve der schwer zu repro­du­zie­ren­den Rot- und Grün­tö­ne. Sonys 4K X-Rea­li­ty PRO(TM)-Technologie unter­drückt Bild­rau­schen und gleicht For­men im Bild an.

Für den rich­ti­gen Sound sor­gen Fer­rof­luid-Laut­spre­cher, die nach vor­ne aus­ge­rich­tet, das Desi­gn­kon­zept der neu­en Gerä­te umran­den.

Alle XBR-X900A Model­le sind mit WiFi aus­ge­stat­tet und bie­ten natür­li­ch eine Viel­zahl an Smart TV-Apps.

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Sony Ultra HD XBR-900A

Sony Ultra HD XBR-900A | Bild: engadget.com

Sony Ultra HD XBR-900A

Sony Ultra HD XBR-900A | Bild: engadget.com

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SONY ANNOUNCES 2013 BRAVIA TVS

New 55 & 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TVs Debut Along Side an All LED Lin­eup Con­ti­nuing Sony’s Mis­si­on to Pro­vi­de the Best Pic­tu­re Qua­li­ty No Mat­ter the Sour­ce

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2013 (CES Boo­th #14200) – Sony is unvei­ling an impres­si­ve line-up of new BRAVIA TVs, with new 4K Ultra HD models at sizes and pri­ces that put 4K wit­hin reach of a wider audi­en­ce, and new LED sets that com­ple­ment superb pic­tu­re qua­li­ty with fea­tures like WiFiTM and NFC. With the­se new TVs, Sony’s goal is clear: deli­ver the most immer­si­ve home enter­tain­ment expe­ri­en­ce, with the hig­hest pic­tu­re qua­li­ty, regard­less of the con­tent or sour­ce.

Fol­lo­wing the suc­cess­ful laun­ch of its 84-inch 4K LED TV in Sep­tem­ber 2012, Sony is expan­ding its 4K UHD XBR LED TV line by adding 65-inch and 55-inch screen sizes to the X900A series of 4K Ultra HD TV, with four times the reso­lu­ti­on of Full HD (3,840 x 2,160 pixels). Also on dis­play at CES are the W and R series of HD LED TVs which deli­ver an incredi­ble home view­ing expe­ri­en­ce.

The 2013 BRAVIA line con­ti­nues our acclai­med com­mit­ment to deli­ver­ing the best pic­tu­re qua­li­ty at every model seg­ment and with two new sizes, the ama­zing 4K TV expe­ri­en­ce will now be wit­hin reach of many more con­su­mers,“ said Mike Lucas, senior vice pre­si­dent of Sony Elec­tro­nics‘ Home Divi­si­on. „The 84-inch XBR 4K LED TV is an impres­si­ve sight and a sta­tus sym­bol for sure, but the­se new sizes mean that the beau­ty of Sony 4K can be expe­ri­en­ced in any home envi­ron­ment – at a cost that is right around that of a pre­mi­um HD TV.“

The XBR-X900A series of 4K LED TVs employ many tech­no­lo­gi­cal advan­ces to achie­ve their stun­ning pic­tu­re. For exam­ple, the 4K X-Rea­li­ty PROTM pic­tu­re engi­ne redu­ces visual noi­se and cor­rects image shapes. TRILUMINOS Dis­play LED back­light­ing is used in the XBR 4K LED TVs to pre­sent rich, authentic color with subt­le tones whi­le also repli­ca­ting bold colors inclu­ding hard-to-repro­du­ce reds and greens. By inte­gra­ting QD Vision’s Color IQTM* opti­cal com­po­nent with Sony’s uni­que dis­play tech­no­lo­gies, the­se tele­vi­si­ons achie­ve signi­fi­cant­ly wider color gamut and pro­vi­de a far more natu­ral and vivid view­ing expe­ri­en­ce with a heigh­te­ned sen­se of depth. This wider color gamut also enri­ches and impro­ves pic­tu­re qua­li­ty of per­so­nal con­tent cap­tu­red on com­pa­ti­ble Sony digi­tal came­ras and cam­cor­ders com­pa­ti­ble with TRILUMINOS Color, which con­ta­ins wide-color gamut infor­ma­ti­on in its con­tent. Fur­ther­mo­re, Sony offers Blu-ray Disc play­ers com­pa­ti­ble with TRILUMINOS Color, allo­wing con­su­mers to ful­ly enjoy Blu-ray con­tent shot in wide and rich color.
Along with offe­ring its best-ever pic­tu­re qua­li­ty, the XBR-X900A series, 4K UHD LED TVs offer a bet­ter sound expe­ri­en­ce by incor­po­ra­ting an end-to-end Sony audio solu­ti­on. Uti­li­zing a Signal-to-Sound Archi­tec­tu­re, the­se TVs incor­po­ra­te Sony’s own magne­tic fluid spea­kers and uni­que digi­tal signal pro­ces­sing tech­no­lo­gy to deli­ver smoo­th midran­ge, lower vibra­ti­on and deep bass. The front fac­ing spea­kers on XBR 4K LED TVs extend Sony’s new desi­gn con­cept to match the exte­rior aes­t­he­tic of some of the other 2013 models for the home with a striking, angu­lar, face­ted outer cabi­net – incor­po­ra­ting the Sen­se of Quartz desi­gn con­cept.

All XBR-X900A models are Wi-Fi® enab­led and offer a wide ran­ge of inter­net con­nec­ted ser­vices inclu­ding Sony’s smart con­nect solu­ti­ons, enab­ling cross-device con­nec­tivi­ty bet­ween mobi­le devices and their TV. With fea­tures such as One-touch mir­ro­ring and TV Side­View®, the X series TVs pro­vi­de grea­ter con­trol and addi­tio­nal con­tent opti­ons by inter­con­nec­ting media sour­ces across the home and mobi­le enter­tain­ment eco­sys­tem.

The X series of 4K LED TVs will be avail­able in Spring 2013 at Sony Stores and select elec­tro­nics retailers nati­onwi­de. Also avail­able in Spring will be a lin­eup of Mas­te­red in 4K Blu-ray discs from Sony Pic­tures‘ Color­works Stu­dio. The first tit­les to be avail­able inclu­de The Ama­zing Spi­der-ManTM, The Kara­te Kid and Taxi Dri­ver. Sour­ced from pris­ti­ne 4K mas­ters and pre­sen­ted at high-bitra­te, full HD reso­lu­ti­on, the­se discs show­ca­se more of the wide ran­ge of rich color con­tai­ned in the ori­gi­nal sour­ce con­tent. When ups­ca­led via the Sony 4K Ultra HD LED TVs, the­se discs ser­ve as an ide­al way for con­su­mers to expe­ri­en­ce near-4K pic­tu­re qua­li­ty.

Sony’s com­mit­ment to bring 4K con­tent to the home does not stop the­re, as laun­ching this Sum­mer will be the first 4K Ultra HD Video dis­tri­bu­ti­on ser­vice in the U.S. Con­su­mers will be able to enjoy nati­ve 4K con­tent such as fea­ture leng­th movies from Sony Pic­tures as well as other pro­duc­tions with stun­ning pic­tu­re and sound. At that time Sony will also intro­du­ce a dedi­ca­ted 4K Media Play­er to bring this ser­vice to the home.

Great Pic­tu­re Qua­li­ty Does Not Stop With 4K Ultra HD
In addi­ti­on to the new XBR-X900A, 4K LED TV models, Sony is debut­ing two new series of LED TVs, which will also arri­ve in stores this Spring, and crea­ted for con­su­mers loo­king for an ama­zing high defi­ni­ti­on expe­ri­en­ce. The W series of LED BRAVIA tele­vi­si­ons inclu­des the KDL-W650A, KDL-W802A and KDL-W900A. All models are Wi-Fi enab­led, with the W900A TV incor­po­ra­ting NFC fea­tures of the X- series, TRILUMINOS dis­play, X-Rea­li­ty PROTM pic­tu­re engi­ne and active 3D capa­bi­li­ty. The KDL-W900A LED HD TV lever­a­ges the hig­hest level of Moti­on­flowTM XR for the best expe­ri­en­ce when view­ing fast- moving action. The W900A inte­gra­tes a uni­que long duct spea­ker cabi­net desi­gn. The long 1.2m spea­ker duct is cle­ver­ly fol­ded into a com­pact unit that’s hid­den neat­ly behind the TV screen. Though the spea­kers are hid­den, the new­ly-desi­gned spea­ker cabi­net repro­du­ces rich bass and lower midran­ge sounds, adding extra pun­ch and depth to action movies, music and dia­lo­gue. This is means they pro­du­ce the bass exten­si­on of a much big­ger, bul­kier spea­ker.

The R series BRAVIA LED HD TVs inclu­des sever­al opti­ons for con­su­mers loo­king for fea­ture rich TVs with incredi­ble pic­tu­re qua­li­ty. The KDL-R550A LED HD TV with 3D is Wi-Fi con­nec­ted enab­ling con­su­mers to wire­less­ly access a full array of Sony Enter­tain­ment Net­work ser­vices; as well as being RVU com­p­li­ant, mea­ning DirectT­VTM cust­o­m­ers with GenieTM Who­le-Home HD DVR can access their set- top box, DVR and on-demand ser­vices right from the KDL-R550A TV without the need for addi­tio­nal equip­ment. Also, with One-touch mir­ro­ring and pas­si­ve 3D (inclu­ding four pairs of glas­ses) the model is avail­able in 70-inch, 60-inch and 50-inch sizes repre­sen­ting new sizes and per­for­man­ce from Sony. Also avail­able with the same fea­ture-set, in 60 and 70-inch sizes, minus 3D capa­bi­li­ty is the KDL-R520A. Addi­tio­nal­ly, the KDL-40R450A LED HDTV and KDL-32R400A will debut offe­ring excel­lent pic­tu­re and a bevy of fea­tures, inclu­ding One-touch Mir­ro­ring, repre­sen­ting a great value for consumers.[/Expand]

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