Posted Fri Feb 26, 2010 at 07:00 AM PST by Mike Attebery
3D Bravia televisions already showcased in the Style store are now matched with 3D content to show off.
3D television has been an issue on the minds of every home theater enthusiast. Whether you’re for it or against it (there’s no such thing as middle ground on the internet after all) you probably have an opinion about the 3D technology that companies are eagerly wheeling out.
Of course, not everyone has had the chance to demo 3D televisions yet. If you live near a Sony Style store, then you’re in luck. Their new Bravia sets have finally been paired up with 3D content and are ready to be seen.
The demo rooms are set up to mirror typical living rooms and you’ll have the chance to check out a variety of content including a clip from a FIFA soccer match, several PS3 games and some footage from 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.'
Sony’s Bravia XBR-52LX900 will be the television used in the demos. Unlike some of Sony’s other sets, it’s got 3D functionality built right in. It’s got an integrated transmitter that syncs up with 3D active shutter glasses.
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