Sony Launches First 55” And 65” 4K TVs In Australia

  • X-Reality Pro and Triluminous
  • Magnetic Fluid Speakers
  • Wi-Fi enabled

Sony Australia announced today that the company will be bringing the 55” and 65” 4K Ultra HD TVs to Australia. This makes Sony Australia the first company in the country to introduce 4K Ultra HD TVs in this screen size category.

  • X-Reality Pro and Triluminous
  • Magnetic Fluid Speakers
  • Wi-Fi enabled

Sony Australia announced today that the company will be bringing the 55” and 65” 4K Ultra HD TVs to Australia. This makes Sony Australia the first company in the country to introduce 4K Ultra HD TVs in this screen size category.

The two models will belong to Sony’s X-series which will become available from all leading electrical retailers from July and will offer consumers four times the resolution of Full HD TVs in order to bring the best home cinema experience to users’ living rooms.

The X-series 4K Ultra HD TVs will be the most premium quality TVs currently available in the company’s lineup and will sport advanced features including:

X-Reality Pro which upscales all content to near-4K quality regardless of content source. This includes TV, DVD, Blu-ray and internet content.

Triluminous which delivers a significantly wider colour palate than standard LED TVs with colour that is closer to what the human eye can see.

And front-facing magnetic fluid speakers that delivers smooth midrange, lower vibration and deep bass.

And as with other Bravia Smart TVs, the X-series will also have integrated Wi-Fi that allows an even greater access to catch up TV, music and movies via the Sony Entertainment Network. This includes Catch-up TV channels like ABC iView, SBS, PLUS7 and Ten as well as movies and music on demand from Quickflix, Yupp.TV, Crackle, Music Unlimited, Pandora and vTuner to name a few.

Sony’s new X-series 4K Ultra HD TVs will be available from all Sony stores and authorised outlets from July 2013. Both the 55” and 65” models will come bundled with eight Sony Pictures feature films that have been mastered in 4K including Angels & Demons, Battle: Los Angeles, Ghostbusters, The Karate Kid (2010), The Amazing Spider-man, Spiderman, The Other Guys and Total Recall (2012).

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