As one of the leading manufacturers in the TV market, we always keep our in house Sony range up-to-date. As of now, a number of series - X94C, X93C, X90C, X85C and X83C are in stock - and two models, the KD-65X8508C and the KD-75X9405C, have also found their way into our demonstration. This seems the perfect time to summarize the most important innovations.
Over the sense and senselessness of copyright protection devices can one really debate. The industry, as shown over the decades, has not tired of denouncing acts of theivery in regards to intellectual property nor has it tired of lamenting the imminent demise of an entire industry. Many creative people feel as though they are encroached upon by such measures, patronised and placed under general suspicion. That this situation is not just here to stay but also the future -- a feeling which is shared by a coup of 100 existing industry that the Digital Protection Consortium. The HDCP 2.2 is designed to protect well into the future especially 4K material in terms of piracy. We have compiled all the important facts for you.
Unlike the competition, Sony came to the table comparitively late with the currently trending Curved TV screen designs. But now, with the S90 series available Sony wants to take the field from behind with its high-end 4K models KD-65S9005 (65 ") and KD-75S9005 (75"). Let's have a look at its most impressive features.
It's been a good two years since Dolby announced its new multi-channel technology, Atmos, and since the first cinema operator began to upgrade accordingly. With now over 300 cinemas worldwide fitted with Dolby Atmos systems, the global market leader in surround sound is now preparing to conquer the living room and home theatre. In keeping with the market launch of Dolby Atmos Consumer, we have put together the relevant facts for you.