True Experience Viewing with Sony 55" Bravia
Sony has unveiled a new series of 55-inch 240HZ 1080p 3D Internet Full-Array LED HDTV.
Sony's newest latest and greatest HDTV with a "reasonable" price has difficult-to-produce full array local dimming. When Sony introduced its first full array local dimming LED backlit TV a couple of years ago it received one of our best picture ratings - especially for an LED TV due to very good black levels and localized contrast. This new Sony will surpass that unit and Sony will have one of the best viable local-dimming TVs on the market.
As with the HX850 model, the HX950 has the OptiContrast panel front face which does a nice job of absorbing inbound light from ambient sources. It's also a much clearer finish than the semi-matte screen finishes found on the HX750 and all of the mid-tier Samsung models. This gives you more picture depth and better off-center viewing angles. Colors are also more vibrant - especially from side angles.
If you choose to use it, the Intelligent peak LED backlighting will control contrast based on room light conditions as well as the on screen images being displayed. Sony has long been one of the best if not the best TV manufacturer when it comes to upconversion and scaling technologies. Following is their statement about related technologies associated with the XBR-55HX950: "The HX950 picture engine employs multi-frame analysis to help create missing resolution, and Sony’s Super Bit Mapping technology incorporates 14 bit up-scaling, processing and pixel mapping to smooth gradation and improve the quality of low-tone pictures. Sony’s MotionFlow™ XR technology helps to reduce blur caused by quick camera movements, enhancing sharpness and creating a clearer picture during fast–action sports, movies and games."
These included pixel mapping and smoothing technologies are what separates Sony's top end TVs from some other manufacturers like Panasonic. They always have a smoother picture image with little background noise.
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