Sony BRAVIA D3000 MotionFlow +100Hz HDTV Ships

Posted: May 23 2007, 10:45am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:58am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


Sony BRAVIA D3000 MotionFlow +100Hz HDTV Ships
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The new Sony BRAVIA D3000 series LCD HDTV with Motionflow +100Hz technology start to ship in Europe.

We reported about the Sony D3000 HDTVs in March, when Sony introduces the new series at the Sony Media Experience in Rhodes. The selling point on the D3000 is the 100Hz technology and the visible improvement on long camera moves in movies. The D3000 also supports 24p True Cinema for Blu-ray movies.

The only issue with the D3000 series is the resolution. These new Sony HDTVs do not support full HDTV resolution. The sets only features a WXGA panel with 1,366 x 768px. The D3000 is the only choice though right now if you want Motionflow +100Hz. The 1080p Sony HDTVs do not have that feature yet.

Other features of the D3000 series include 3 HDMI ports, S-Force Front Surround technology, BRAVIA Theatre Sync, x.v.Color and integrated digital tuner.

Amazon UK offers the 40 inch Sony KDL40D3000 for £1,399.00 (~$2,782).

The 32 inch Sony KDL32D3000 sells on Amazon for £1,099.00 (~$2,185).

The 46 inch Sony KDL46D3000 is expected to ship on June 1st and can be pre-ordered on Amazon for £1,899.99 (~$3,778).

The 40 inch Sony KDL40D3000E is available on Amazon Germany for 1.699,00 EUR (~$2,290).

There is no information yet available when the Sony Bravia D3000 series is coming the U.S.

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