The World’s Largest Bravia

Sony Electronics recently introduced the 70-inch BRAVIA KDL-70XBR3, a stunning HDTV that takes the home theater beyond the next level. This latest addition to Sony’s family extends the boundaries of picture quality for its full 1920×1080 progressive resolution and Motionflow 120 Hz motion compensation technology, along with a 10-bit panel and Triluminos LED backlight.

The television’s image quality is further enhanced with the xvYCC Technology (branded x.v.Color by Sony). This standard expands the current color data range of video by approximately 1.8 times (based on the Munsell Color Cascade, a universal color chart). The result is the television’s ability to display more natural and vivid colors similar to what the human eye can actually see.

The 10-bit panel allows for an increase in the television’s gradation level by 64 times from eight-bit panels. The Motionflow 120Hz creates 60 unique frames between each of the existing 60 frames, which doubles the frames displayed per second. This effectively eliminates image blurring and motion artifacts like “judder.” It features a wide 178-degree viewing angle and the BRAVIA Engine Pro circuitry with Digital Reality Creation-MultiFunction v2.5 and an Advanced Contrast Enhancer to deliver a dynamic contrast ratio of 7000:1. Additionally it comes with three HDMI inputs, one PC input (both 1080p compatible), two high-definition component inputs, and features an elegant piano black floating glass design.

The Sony BRAVIA KDL-70XBR3 will be available at Innovative Home Electronics at the Gentry Pacific Design Center, and can be pre-ordered for $33,000 at www.sonystyle.com.