The new Sony Bravia Range of LCD televisions is here, bringing high definition (HD) movies and games to a whole new level. With the capability to cope with the latest Blu-Ray technology, Sony Bravia LCD TV screens are at the top of the game.

A lot of consumers are still confused concerning the digital switch over and HD. The new Bravia series of LCD TVs offers both of these new formats, as the complete range is high definition and digital ready.

The new design of the Bravia range is stunning, veering away from the boring silver or black surrounds to create very modern and expensive looking TVs.

The just released V, W, X and Z ranges of Bravia LCD TV panels, are not to be sniffed at, offering you with the very best of HD imagery and high definition sound. These beautiful LCD Television screens are perfect for any living environment.

Bravia Z Range of LCD TVs

Newly produced Bravia Engine 2 technology enables you to view real time on screen movement, reducing the micro-second delay incurred on earlier or inferior models. The Z range LCD televisions come in 3 different guises, the KDL40Z4500, KDL46Z4500 and the KDL52Z4500.

All of the Sony Z4500 LCD television range are full 1080p high definition and feature high dynamic contrast ratios of 80,000:1. Features include Live Colour Creation, USB Photo Viewer , a light sensor, 24pand Picture Frame Mode. DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), which enables you to network with additional Sony enabled DLNA devices.

This series of LCD TVs is also the first generation of 200hz Motionflow technology, this means instead of the 100hz creating an extra middle frame of picture to aid the smoothness of picture flow, it creates 3 frames. This brand new feature will be the new standard or benchmark for Sony and at the moment leaving other manufacturers behind.

BRAVIA X LCD TV Series

The Bravia X range of LCD TVsare a up to date contemporary design with unmatched picture quality.

Released in sizes 46 ” and 55″ The top-of-range X4500 LCD TVs offer “PRO” versions of Sony’s BRAVIA ENGINE 2 image processing and Motionflow 100Hz technology, full 1080p HD picture processing and 4 HDMI sockets.

Sony KDL55X4500 and Sony KDL46X4500

BRAVIA W LCD Televisions

The W range of LCD televisions are also awesome performing screens, delivering pixel perfect images from every one of your high definition sources.

The W range of LCD TVs are manufactured in 4 different sizes, 52, 46, 40 and 32. The design of the chassiss are very modern looking and will look fantastic in any home environment.

The new W series of LCD televisions are available in four different sizes, ranging from 32-52 panels. They are a step up from the V series LCD televisions, even though the V series are still a very capable range.

KDL32W4000, KDL40W4000, KDL40W4500, KDL46W4000, KDL46W4500, KDL52W4000.

The W series LCD televisions boast the new Bravia Engine 2 technology and have an Advanced Contrast Enhancer. On the 4500 LCD Television models, they benefit from the 100hz Motionflow feature, this means that fast moving objects are dealt with better than the 50hz LCD TV models.

24P True Cinema, supporting a 24 frames per second viewing experience, the same speed you would watch a movie at the cinema.

W4500 LCD Televisions are also DNLA enabled, brand new technology that allows you to sync other DNLA enabled products to your LCD Television screen for use with video and audio streaming. The W series televisions have a digital media player built in and will sense other wirelessly broadcast media.

The Sony V Bravia Series LCD Televisions

Available in six screen sizes 52,46,40,37,32 & 26 . Although not as feature packed as the Z & W ranges, the V series nonetheless offers the exceptional quality you would expect from Sony. With the original award winning Bravia Engine software and benefiting from full HD capability, the V series are impressive performers and not to be discounted as inferior.

KDL26V400, KDL32V4000, KDL37V4000, KDL40V4000, KDL46V4000 and KDL52V4000

Bravia Sync is also a feature on the V range of LCD TVs, which offers the use of one remote control if connected to further Sony units via a HDMI cable.

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