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Sony debuts super TV and smart stand to go along with your Next-gen Console

Hot on the heels of its first UK-bound Blu-ray player, Sony has unveiled two items that would partner it up quite nicely.

The first is the Bravia D3000 series, a new model of LCD TV available in 32, 40 and 46-inch versions. The screen is capable of handling the 24 frames-per-second 1080p video mode output that matches the frame rate of real film exactly, and has all-new Motionflow +100Hz technology to double 50Hz material's refresh rate and cut down on juddering during movement. It has three HDMI connections too, so hooking up all your new HD kit is easy.

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TetraNinja3772d ago

Its it just me, or does anybody else just see a TV stand and with shelves? lol

vidoardes3772d ago

Always amazes me that they can produce surround sound from speakers that are sat in front of you... then again, I'm easily amused. Still impressive, no? Bet it will cost silly money though

FamoAmo3771d ago

b/c the Bravia TV sucks balls. Sony TV's suck

Arkham3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

You have no idea of which you speak. The Bravia XBR series is generally recognized as one of the best. Love or hate Sony, you can't dispute that.

lilwingman3771d ago

If that display stand wasn't crazy expensive (which I'm sure it will be) I would get it for my basement, cause it's an easy solution to the surround sound thing, and I don't have a lot of room so it is a nice little package.

Arkham3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

These won't be that expensive. Apparently the D series uses a 1366x768 panel. They accept 1080p signals, but downconvert them to 720p. (The "W" series is "Full 1080p".)

I'm more interested in the 32" Sharp Aquos GP1U. It's a better 1920x1080 display than the Westy, and only $100-$200 more at most.