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Say hello to the new Sony BRAVIA lineup

Say hello to the new Sony BRAVIA lineup
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Another deep and rich viewing experience awaits the nation as Sony Philippines debuts its newest lineup of BRAVIA televisions, featuring 4K High Dynamic Range (HDR) content that are designed to deliver a greater brightness range and higher contrast.

The new BRAVIA series include an 4K HDR TV series with screen sizes that range from 55″ to 75″ class, and the new HD TVs, which comes in multiple screen size options starting 32″ up to 55″ class.

The BRAVIA X9300 55/65-inch series and the X8500 55/65/75-inch series feature 4K television screens that’s HDR compatible. The televisions come with HDMI and USB ports for casting and portable movie watching.

These brand new series sport the Slim Backlight Drive, a grid-like structure located at the televisions rear light source that precisely distributes the light evenly, allowing for a slim display with an exquisite finish when mounted on the wall. Both series sets also come with an X-tended Dynamic Range PRO for better contrast levels and enhanced HDR (and non-HDR) content, along with TRILUMINOUS Display, and the 4K X-Reality PRO, which is Sony’s own algorithm that increases the quality for different types of content—from TV broadcasts to DVD/Blu-ray discs to internet videos and digital photos.

The X9300’s and X8500’s Google Android TV system let you immerse in movies, games, functional apps, music, and photos, and give access to functions such as Voice Search, Google Cast, and Google Play Store. Lastly, Sony’s content bar UI works without ruining the viewing experience, letting you browse and sift through content without having to stop whatever you’re watching.

Sony’s BRAVIA lineup further extends to the Full HD market with its W65D 40/48/55-inch class and W60D 32-inch class models that deliver Full HD content on their LCD screens. These sets also feature X-Reality PRO, along with perks of its own like the Clear Phase audio technology, which calibrates the speakers for optimal audio distribution, Photo Sharing Plus for casting directly from smartphones, internet access for YouTube and Netflix, and X-Protection PRO, which increases the television’s durability and protection against dust, electric currents, and humidity.

Prices for Sony’s newest BRAVIA Full HD and 4K HDR lineups are as follows:


55-inch: P155,599

65-inch: P222,299


55-inch: P99,999

65-inch: P166,699

75-inch: P277,799


40/48/55-inch: Prices to be announced April 2016


32-inch: Price to be announces April 2016

The complete lineup of 4K HDR TVs will be available in the Philippines this April 2016 while the Full HD model TVs will be available starting May 2016.

Words John Sosmeña

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