Sony Introduces 2014 BRAVIA LED HD TV Line-Up

By Otto Benson, Modern Home Systems

Earlier this month, Sony unveiled its 2014 Bravia Full HD TV line-up at CES, a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every January in Las Vegas. Sony’s BRAVIA models will be released in spring include the W950B-, W850B-, W800B- and W600B-series. Sony got us excited by showcasing an enhanced viewing and audio experience,  functional design, wonderful smart options, and a live stadium feel.

Viewing Experience: The flagship W950B will incorporate TRILUMINOS Display, which is said to produce more realistic color and shading. TRILUMINOS Display will work in unison with Sony’s X-Reality PRO picture engine to create rich color and maintain brightness, hue and saturation. Sony has also implemented its X-tended Dynamic Range in to achieve a more vibrant range of brightness.

Sound: The entire BRAVIA line-up has been upgraded with ClearAudio + sound processing for a clearer, more immersive audio experience. An optional wireless subwoofer (model SWF-BR100) is also available to create even richer sound.

Design: While many other TVs have gone curved, Sony’s W950B and W850B series models have gone the way of the Wedge. The Wedge shape allows larger speakers for a richer, more powerful sound. The Wedge shape also lowers the TV’s center of gravity, enabling a smaller pedestal size.

Smart Options: A new user interface (UI) for the 2014 BRAVIA line-up facilitates streaming from the Web or a home network using built-in Wi-Fi, enabling viewers to simultaneously watch conventional digital broadcasts and network and personal content. The W950B series models offer Sony’s One-Flick Entertainment feature which allows viewers to access DVR, online and smartphone content. The 2014 BRAVIA line-up also includes Social Viewing, which is a built-in camera and microphone that allows users to Skype and follow others’ tweets about your favorite shows while watching TV.

Live “Football” Mode – For the sports fanatics out there, the Live “Football” Launcher automatically adjusts the picture and sound settings to recreate a live stadium experience.

For more info on Sony’s BRAVIA line and how it can be integrated in your home to optimize your television experience, click here or give us a call at (858) 554-0404. Modern Home Systems is a trusted leader in home entertainment systems in La Jolla and throughout San Diego. Find out more by logging onto

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