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Sri Lanka gets new Sony LCD television screens
11 Dec, 2008 18:21:00
Dec 11, 2008 (LBO) – Sony says it has launched its Bravia Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Televisions (TV) in Sri Lanka promising high performance images in an effort to cement its position in the market.

“Being the trendsetter in the LCD TV market Sony understands our customers desire for the best in home entertainment that perfectly satisfies their pursuit of pleasure,” said David Martenstyn, general manager of Siedles, the authorized distributors of Sony Electronics.

Sony says Bravia is introducing the entry level T series LCD TV and the X450A signature LCD TV.

Bravia users can simply throw away the traditional remote control device and use Bravia Sync a one push play and shutdown device which synchronizes with other entertainment devices connected to the X450A series High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) outlet.

Other features would include built in Frequency Modulation (FM) radio and a highly customizable five band graphic equalizer which can be preset to dynamic, standard or clear voice.

“Sony aims to constantly redefine the boundaries of audio and visual LCD TV technology to deliver a better entertainment experience,” said Martenstyn

Bravia TV’s will be available in 32, 26 and 19 inch screens.

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