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Sony Bravia KDL-55Hx800 55''

The Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Sony KDL-55HX800 55" 1080p 3-D Ready LCD TV is more than a television. It's a statement. It says you've arrived at a point in your life where you can enjoy the very best.

The very best includes the very best technology, like 3-D high definition TV. (You'll need 3-D programming like 3-D Blu-ray movies, 3-D glasses and a Sony 3-D Sync Transmitter that plugs into your 55HX800.) You can also enjoy 3-D broadcasts and play 3-D games from compatible consoles like the PlayStation3. With a 55" diagonally measured screen and 3-D you just might never set foot inside a theater again.

Because 3-D requires the display of two different images on the screen just milliseconds apart you need a "fast" TV. The 55HX800's Motionflow PRO 240Hz technology is not only fast enough for 3-D, it assures you you'll enjoy a smooth natural picture even in the fastest of fast-action scenes.

BRAVIA Engine 3 is Sony's most advanced video processing system. It'll provide you with color and contrast you have to see to fully appreciate. But even BRAVIA Engine wasn't enough to satisfy Sony's fanatical engineers. Dynamic Edge Backlight improves contrast even more. Another "even more" feature is Ambient Sensor. It automatically optimizes the picture settings according to the amount of light in your viewing room.

But there's a whole other universe of entertainment and information you can bring into your viewing room courtesy of BRAVIA Internet Video and your broadband Internet connection. Together they'll bring you content from providers from an ever-growing list like YouTube, Netflix and Slacker.

The set's USB port opens up yet another portal to photo viewing and music and video playback. The 55HX800 is more than an HDTV.

FEATURES

3-D Ready
Ambient Sensor
BRAVIA Engine 3
BRAVIA Internet Video
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Dynamic Edge LED Backlight
WiFi Ready (with Optional Adapter)
Motionflow PRO 240Hz Technology
USB Photo/Music/Video Playback
Exceeds Energy Star 4.0 Standards