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Sony's new 3D Bravia TV's available very soon....

SyStemDeMoN

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Wow, and I thought LCD technology wasn't fast enough for 3D.
 
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Looks like they have lots of new cool features too like intergrated wifi, free sat HD, and internet browsing. Cool:D

I want one but not sure i will be able to afford one.
 

Broadsword

Well-known Member
This habit of having HDMI on the side needs to stop. Why have 2 side HDMI on the same set? Who actually ever uses the side HDMI never mind two at the same time?

Quite limiting only have 2 usable HDMI ports assuming the side ones will leave cable sticking out. :thumbsdow

Looks like the 60" 903 has the glasses with it, the 52" 903 does not but you can buy them and the 803 isn't 3D at all?
 
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mark1000

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This habit of having HDMI on the side needs to stop. Why have 2 side HDMI on the same set? Who actually ever uses the side HDMI never mind two at the same time?

Quite limiting only have 2 usable HDMI ports assuming the side ones will leave cable sticking out. :thumbsdow

Looks like the 60" 903 has the glasses with it, the 52" 903 does not but you can buy them and the 803 isn't 3D at all?

Side mounted HDMI's make it easier to get the TV closer to the wall.

Mark.
 

Member 351202

Active Member
hdmi ports at the bottom of a unit are handy.
never used a side one yet.

the avforum ces reports showed off some of these models - I am thinking they are out of my price range :)
 

ChrisGgr

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the LX903 in all sizes will have 2 glasses in the box!!
 

daddybear

Standard Member
This looks superb, 200Hz Pro, wifi, built in 3D and 40" should be around or just over £2000, not bad... considering my 4 year old S series was £2000, not 1080, 1 HDMI, very low contrast ratio. Cant wait to see it though...
 

kourosh

Distinguished Member
The 3D sets are planned for June-July and are gonna be very aggressivley priced;)
The 60" model is being quoted between £3-3.5 k :smashin:
 

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