Tuesday, 3 September 2013

The Future of Home Cinema

Sony Infographic

Whatever your TV poison - Royal Weddings, moon landings, films with Bruce Willis in where stuff gets blown up (what? They're my favourite) - that magic box in the corner is a special thing. Autumn is coming, and I know I'm not the only one looking forward to a quilt, a glass of wine and a good film. (With or without Bruce Willis...)

Mr Coffee and I spent the best part of 20 years watching a succession of time portables and second-hand tellies. But when the time came to upgrade to something more grown-up, Sony was the brand we chose. We make few electronic purchases, and Sony hasn't let us down so far. (And being on a budget, we expect things to last.) Our television is great to watch whilst being unobtrusive enough to not scream "TELEVISION!!!" from the corner of our little living room.

Sony has a globally renowned range of televisions, which have been on offer since the company’s establishment and continue to grow as technology increasingly progresses. Technology is ever changing, and the stylish range of LED TV's combines high performance and up-to-date technology- with some added flair. It's a cinema experience, minus the overpriced popcorn or the chilly journey home.

The majority of their LED TV range includes various technologies- from built in internet connection to Full HD 3D and 4K Ultra HD viewing. Sony's televisions really embody the future of home entertainment through a combination of detailed resolution and innovative applications.

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  1. I shall rush out and buy one.

  2. I think I still have a TV somewhere in my living room...

  3. Bruce Willis films often have the best dialogue ever hidden amongst the explosions. My personal favourite;
    "you just shot down a helicopter. With a CAR"
    "I was out of bullets"


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