Sony Bravias get triple tuners

Sony’s latest trio of BRAVIA HDTVs that hit Europe are the V5800, W5800 and Z5800, where they all come with three tuners for receiving satellite (DVB-S2), over-the-air terrestrial (DVB-T) and cable (DVB-C) channels in standard definition or High Definition, helping clear up some clutter in your living room by doing away with the need for individual set-top boxes. These LCDs will output at 1080p while the CI+ port makes room for cards which enable access to subscription channels. While the V5800 relies on a traditional 60Hz display panel, the W5800 houses a more worthy 100Hz display, whereas the Z5800 has a high end 200Hz panel. All of them come with a light sensor for automatic backlight adjustment to further save power, and feature a contrast ratio of 100,000:1.

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