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    Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hello,
    I have heard that sony have release the bravia mode which uses the monolithic technology for high definition videos. Also you can view the videos in 3d with the use of the goggles provided with the TV. So, if you guys can provide me some more information on this then it would be great. Thank you for your help.

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    Re: Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hello,
    Here is the specification of two models which support 3D view

    LX900 Series (60 ", 52", 46 ", 40")
    LED backlit full 3D HDTV
    Two sets of 3D glasses included
    Face recognition with "Smart People sensor"
    Monolithic design
    Wireless network connection
    Easy remote control


    HX900 Series (52 ", 46")
    LED backlit full 3D HDTV
    MPEG noise reduction
    Intelligent Design
    Monolithic
    Easy remote control

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    Sony Monolithic design

    Hello,
    Monolithic Design :
    To the monolithic design, characterized by high quality materials, smooth surfaces and the option to tilt the screen by 6 adjusted to allow for the placement on modern, low television furniture highest viewing enjoyment, is the result of new approaches for integrating the TV into the living room of today. The simplest idea of the monolithic design is that a TV should look even more amazing if it's off. Live your BRAVIA provides an impressive, high contrast picture, great sound and a host of innovative features. Off he excels as an elegant design object that affects the entire atmosphere of the surrounding area positive. We call this Sony "On / Off Presence" - the monolithic design ensures that your TV always looks great, whether on or off.

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    Re: Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hi,
    Details of the highest perfection
    When the TV are so beautiful, must be right every detail. Therefore, you will discover some of our models in the monolithic design features such as breathtakingly slim screens made possible by the latest Edge LED technology, touch-sensitive controls that are integrated into the housing, so that nothing interferes with the continuous surface and the use of luxurious materials how-glare glass and brushed aluminum. That is why I like sony very much.

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    Re: Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hello,
    Here are few more good models of sony

    HX800 Series (46 ", 40")
    LED backlit full 3D HDTV
    Monolithic design

    NX800 series (46 ", 40")
    LED backlit full HDTV
    Wireless network connection
    Monolithic
    Design
    Easy remote control

    HX700 Series (46 ", 40"):
    Motion Flow 240Hz technology
    Easy remote control

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    Re: Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hello,
    The units of the new Bravia series LX9 rely on the Motionflow 200 Hz Pro technology. This promises to liquid images in three dimensions by three completely new image signal is calculated from a. Previously, the output signal is sharpened in order aberrations are not tripled. Also new are optimizations contrast with the new Motion Flow technology. Due to the continuous fade to black bar is the calm eye - the image contrast and appear more alive. The black levels with the new Opti contrast panel reinforced. The DLNA-enabled devices LX9 series have installed WiFi and can be connected to the Internet wirelessly.

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    Re: Sony Monolithic 2010 technology

    Hello,
    The new Bravia series EX7 combines modern design and modern technologies into one device. To the " Bravia "service wireless access to Internet video, are the models of WiFi-ready. This means that with optionally available Wireless USB adapter they can wirelessly connect to the Internet. The Motionflow 100 Hz technology promises to the devices of the EX7-series, even with quick movements sharp. The zero-watt power, the instruments can also be separated completely from the mains.

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