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The BRAVIA KDS-60A3000 was the largest of three mid-range rear-projection HDTVs from Sony.

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 The BRAVIA KDS-60A3000 was the largest of three mid-range rear-projection HDTVs from Sony. The discontinued, 60" model is mostly identical to the 50" and 55" A-Series units, utilizing a 12-bit SXRD chip like Sony's higher-end rear-projection sets to eliminate rainbow artifacts. Motionflow 120Hz technology aims to enable natural motion reproduction, while x.v.Color technology offers more accurate color reproduction via an expanded color space. Advanced Iris technology produces improved brightness and black levels in low-light viewing, while offering settings optimized for brightly-lit rooms as well. Two HDMI inputs are standard. While cheaper than similarly sized LCD and plasma units, the KDS-60A3000 shares the main weakness of rear-projection televisions, weighing over 90 lbs and measuring almost 17" deep.

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  • 60" 1080p display
  • Rear-projection technology
  • Motionflow 120Hz
  • 12-bit SXRD chip
  • BRAVIA Engine EX video processing
  • Digital Reality Creation Multi Function SD upconversion
  • v.x.Color
  • Advanced Iris technology
  • XMB user interface
  • Dolby Digital
  • 2.5ms response time
  • 2 HDMI v1.3 inputs
  • PC, component, composite, S-video, digital audio connectivity
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