Sony 3D Smart HDTVs To Be Unveiled At Santa Monica's Video & Audio Center

Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012, 1:58:00 AM

Mirror Staff

Sony will introduce its new 2013 XBR line this Thursday, Oct. 4 in Santa Monica.
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Sony will introduce its new 2013 XBR line this Thursday, Oct. 4 in Santa Monica.

Sony is introducing their finest 3D smart HDTVs to the United States with a local event at the Video & Audio Center in Santa Monica this Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The 2013 XBR line features the most true-to-life color and detail ever on a Sony HDTV.

The very first TVs will be experienced and sold to the public at Video & Audio Center’s Santa Monica store.

Top Sony factory representatives and executives, Video & Audio Center Staff, and consumers will fill the store at 1426 Wilshire Blvd.

Sony 2013 XBR 55-inch and 65-inch HDTVs will go on sale at 5:30 p.m.

Details like individual blades of grass come to life with laser-sharp precision and the most natural color imaginable.

Stunning images are produced using Sony’s most advanced X-Reality™ PRO technology. And, the ultra-thin TV design is achieved by incorporating Corning® Gorilla® Glass for the seamless look of edge-to-edge glass.

The set also boasts 3D capability in Full HD 1080p picture quality, full-array local dimming, precise motion clarity with Motionflow™ XR 960, built-in Wi-Fi and Intelligent Connect.

The award-winning Video & Audio Center has been introducing new technologies for more than 31 years.

“The advent of the new Sony 2013 XBR line being introduced at Video & Audio Center marks another milestone for this historic event,” said Joseph Akhtarzad, co-owner Video & Audio Center Inc.

Sony factory representatives and executives and Video & Audio Center senior staff will be speak at the introduction of this advanced XBR HDTV line. They will also discuss the current HDTV market, and the future of smart sets and what this will mean for the local job market and Southern California economy.

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