Sony 55" 3D HDTV W/ 3D Blu-Ray HTS, More For $2,300 + Free Shipping, More

Posted: Aug 29 2010, 7:14am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 29 2010, 8:14am CDT, in Shopping


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Buy This Now On Amazon offers the Sony BRAVIA 55" 240Hz 1080p Widescreen 3D LED-backlit LCD HD Television, model no. KDL-55HX800, bundled with the Sony 1,000-watt 3D Blu-ray Disc Home Theater, model no. BDV-E570, Sony 3D Sync Transmitter, model no. TMRBR100, and the Sony 3D Glasses 2-Pack for $2,299. (Add each item to your cart separately and enter your shipping information to see this price.) With free shipping, it's $399 under our July mention of this same bundle and $602 below the lowest total price we could find for these items when purchased separately elsewhere.

The KDL-55HX800 features a native resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p), 240Hz refresh rate, edge LED lighting with local dimming, Ethernet connectivity, four HDMI inputs, and VGA, component, and other video inputs. The BDV-E570 supports 3D content and features Dolby Digital TrueHD, Digital Plus, dts-HD Master Audio, and other audio decoding, BD-Live profile 2.0, one HDMI output, and more.

Alternately, you can get this bundle with the Sony BRAVIA 46" 240Hz 1080p Widescreen 3D-Ready LED-Backlit LCD HD Television, model no. KDL-46HX800, for $1,899 with free shipping. That's $583 under the lowest total price we could find to purchase these items separately elsewhere.

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