A closer look at Sony's 3D LED TVs

IPTV, 3D capabilities and intelligent backlighting feature on Sony's newest televisions


Available: July

Apart from the LX900, Sony will also release two 3D-ready series, the HX900 and HX800. These will technically be able to display 3D content, but will require a separate infrared transmitter to communicate with the glasses, and you will need to glasses as well.

Both series offer DLNA compliance, BRAVIA Internet Video (no Widgets) and Wi-Fi networking through an optional accessory. The HX900 differs by offering a 52in model with the six degree tilt and Motionflow Pro 400, which combines a 200Hz refresh rate with Black Frame insertion technology for better motion with 3D content. It is also LED-backlit rather than edge-lit, with the ability to dim and even turn off specific sections of the backlighting for a truly dark image.

The HX800 is available in 55in, 46in and 40in sizes without the six degree tilt. It has a 200Hz refresh rate and LED edge-lighting.

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