Pop the corn, raise the curtains and step back – the home cinema experience has become very special indeed.
With technology taking more leaps and bounds than a young lamb frolicking in the field, it is now possible to turn your front room into a creative hub.
Classic films are constantly reinventing themselves to keep pace with modern technology, new developments in film production are creating works of evermore beauty, and you can now immerse yourself in the full depth of the spectacular world at home.
According to Sony, they’ve installed 4K digital projectors for over 12,500 screens in movie theatres worldwide, and now you can enjoy that technology in your living room with its 4K home entertainments range.
In terms of picture quality, take a look at Sony’s 4K TV, for example. The word is that this TV takes full HD to another level. With the Sony X9 4K Ultra HD TV, you can get four times the detail of full HD (that’s with the help of more than 8 million pixels in its 3840 x 2160 resolution, people!). You won’t just be seeing the pictures, it’s like you’ll be sniffing them as well!
And just to throw a few more techno acronyms around, how about Sony’s 4K X-Reality PRO, which bumps up the resolution of whatever you’re watching to a 4K resolution – colours are brighter, the picture is sharper and the experience is astounding. It’s enough to tingle your taste buds.
But the technology doesn’t stop there, Sony has developed a Trilumios display for an even wider selection of clear colours to bring every image to life. Combine this with a built-in internet and wifi connection, and the ability to attach your smartphone to the big screen and the power of the pictures is right in the palm of your hand.
Conversations about the development of technology aren’t complete without mentioning the NASA space programme, and you guessed it, Sony’s 4K TV have benefited from all that boldly going. Forget that in space no one can hear you scream, because the slim Magnetic Fluid speakers offer a purity of sound whether they’re subtle whispers or big bangs. How’s that for the space race!
Watch the vid, and find out more of what the Sony 4K TVs have to offer.
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