This edge-lit LED LCD also features a 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, USB connectivity, rear Ethernet port, BRAVIA Internet Video (featuring Netflix, YouTube, and others), four HDMI inputs, and VGA, component, and other video inputs. The Blu-ray theater system features 1,000 watts of total power into four satellite speakers, a center-channel speaker, and subwoofer, BD-Live access, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, streaming content from Netflix,CD/DVD compatibility, and more.
Alternatively, get the Sony BRAVIA 52" 120Hz 1080p LED LCD HDTV, model no. KDL-52EX700, with the above home theater system for $1,599. (Again, be sure to add both to your cart separately.) That's an $80 drop since our June mention and $303 under the lowest total price we could find for the pair when purchased separately elsewhere.
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