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April 15, 2008

Sony Bravia XBR6, XBR7, And XBR8 Series' Coming With 13 New Models, LED Backlighting

xbr8.jpgSony's Bravia XBR Series was one of 2007's hottest LCD TV lineups and we've been waiting ever so patiently for the announcement of new models advancing beyond the XBR5. Thanks to some impressive digging by the folks over at Boy Genius Report, we're both happy to know and happy to tell you that not only is an XBR6 series on its way, but also an XBR7 and XBR8 series as well. All in 2008.

Judging from the spec sheets dug up by BGR, the XBR6 and XBR7 are radical departures from the XBR5, but they do have a few upgrades including DLNA compliance, TV Guide IPG, an enhanced XMB interface, and BRAVIA Sync capability. The XBR8 series on the other hand is the highest of high-end, utilizing a TRILUMINOS RGB LED backlight, the powerful new Bravia Engine 2 PRO, Advanced Contrast Enhancer PRO, as well as all of the features of the XBR6 and XBR7 series'.

The 3 new Bravia LCD Series' total 13 new models ranging from 32- to 70-inches. We'll see the first model released next month, the 32-inch 32XBR6, while the rest of the LCD TV's will see release dates ranging from June to October. Click the "Via" link to head over to Boy Genius Report and take a look at the full release schedule and spec sheets. You'll be impressed.

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Posted by Justin Davey at April 15, 2008 7:00 AM

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