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The Sony BRAVIA XBR-52HX909 is a high-end, 52", 3D HDTV to be released in July 2010.

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A number of streaming services should keep you happy with content

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2D-to-3D conversion system works very well

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Top-class movement compensation

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Produces deep black levels

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Equipped with a full Wi-Fi internet browser

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Energy efficient

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3D exhibited ghost images along edges

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Subpar off-angle viewing

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Very high price point

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The Sony BRAVIA XBR-52HX909 is a high-end, 52", 3D HDTV to be released in July 2010. Prohibitively expensive for many at $4000, the unit's key feature, aside from its 3D capability, is full-array local LED dimming, which allows parts of the backlight to shut off independently, producing higher black levels. Motionflow PRO 240Hz technology enables ultra-smooth motion reproduction, while Sony's BRAVIA Engine 3 processor aims to optimize image detail, contrast, and color. The XBR-52HX909 can connect wirelessly (with an additional adapter) or via ethernet to a home network, and is DLNA-certified, allowing users to play movies and music stored on a computer or media server, as well as access online content via YouTube, Netflix, and other providers. An iPod or other portable media player can also be connected easily using the television's USB input. Sony's 46" XBR-46HX909 features virtually identical specs.

  • 52" LCD
  • 1080p resolution
  • 3D technology (glasses sold separately)
  • LED backlighting
  • Full-array local dimming
  • Motionflow PRO 240Hz
  • Vanishing-edge monolithic design
  • OptiContrast technology
  • BRAVIA Engine 3
  • Ethernet port
  • Internet video
  • DLNA-certified
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • USB input
  • Intelligent Image Enhancer
  • Wi-Fi adapter-ready
  • 10W x 2 speakers
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