The 60″ Sony BRAVIA NX810 is designed to deliver dazzling Full HD 1080p resolution in three dimensions. These top-of-the-line 3D Sony HDTVs feature advanced LED backlighting technology for incredibly high contrast levels, deep blacks and bright whites. Motionflow™ PRO 240Hz produces crisp, fluid motion in fast-action scenes. Simply add the Sony 3D sync transmitter and 3D active glasses (each sold separately) to watch 3D entertainment in HD. Connect to your home network via built-in Wi-Fi5 and instantly stream a wide variety of movies, TV shows, videos and music2.
•Auto Photo Mode : via HDMI, via DLNA, via USB
•Auto Picture Setting w/ HDMI™ : Cinema, Sport, Music, Photo, Graphics, Game
•Auto Shut-off : Yes
•BRAVIA® Sync™ : Yes
•BRAVIA® Sync™ Menu Button : Yes (on Remote Control)
•Channel Block (with password) : Yes
•Channel Jump : Yes
•Channel Labels : Yes
•Channel Surf : Yes
•Control for HDMI™ (HDMI™ CEC) : Yes
•Edit Channel Labels : Yes
•Info Banner : TV Guide on Screen, PSIP, XDS
•Input Skip : Automatic
•Label Inputs : Yes
•Multiple Language Display : English, French, Spanish
•On-Screen Clock : Yes
•On-Screen Display for External Input : Yes
•On-Screen Operating Instructions : Yes
•On/Off Timer : Yes
•PIP (Picture in Picture) : PC Input(HDMI)/TV Channel&CVBS
•Parental Control : Yes
•Picture Adjustments Lock : Yes
•Picture Frame Mode : Yes
•Quick Start : Yes
•Scene Select : Auto, Cinema, Sports, Photo, Music, Game, Graphics, OFF
•Show/Hide Channels : Yes
•Sleep Timer : Yes
•Theatre Mode (Theatre Button) : Yes
•Theatre Mode with Cinema Surround : Yes
•USB Application(s) : Photo Viewer (jpeg), Photo Viewer (RAW), Music Player (mp3), Video Player (AVCHD), Video Player (AVC), Video Player (MPEG4)
•USB Player : Yes
•White Balance : RGB Gain/Bias
Weights and Measurements
•Dimensions (Approx.) : 55 1/8 x 34 1/8 x 12″ (1400 x 865 x 303mm) with pedestal; 55 1/8 x 33 x 1 7/8″ (1400 x 836 x 45mm) without pedestal
•Packaging (Approx.) : 58 1/2 x 36 1/4 x 9 7/8″ (1484 x 920 x 248mm)
•Weight (Approx.) : 94.8 lbs. (43Kg) with pedestal; 80.7 lbs. (36.6Kg) without pedestal
An image source. This is the electrical signal representing the visual image, and may be from a camera in the case of live images, a video tape recorder for playback of recorded images, or a film chain-telecine-flying spot scanner for transmission of motion pictures (films).
A sound source. This is an electrical signal from a microphone or from the audio output of a video tape recorder or motion picture film scanner.
A transmitter, which generates radio signals (radio waves) and encodes them with picture and sound information.
An antenna coupled to the output of the transmitter for broadcasting the encoded signals.
An antenna to receive the broadcast signals.
A receiver (also called a tuner), which decodes the picture and sound information from the broadcast signals, and whose input is coupled to the antenna.
A display device, which turns the electrical signals into visual images.
An audio amplifier and loudspeaker, which turns electrical signals into sound waves (speech, music, and other sounds) to accompany the images.