s3nki by March 2022, 24 | 0
CES - Sony Home Cinema upscaled to 4K
With Sony's new home cinema system, we can now enjoy existing Blue-Ray movies in 4K resolution. In addition to the best picture quality currently available, the debut N-Series also delivers an outstanding audio experience. In addition, any mobile device capable of WiFi, Bluetooth or NFC data transfer can be connected to the system.
The new N-series home theater systems can scale our Blu-Ray movies up to four times the Full HD resolution so we can then enjoy them in fully realistic picture quality on a 4K TV. In this way, we can make our existing film collection “future-proof”.
The experience provided by home theater systems is completed by the outstanding sound. Equipped with Sony's magnetic liquid-filled speaker technology, the slim and stylish fiberglass speakers deliver powerful, clear and accurate sound even at the highest volume levels. The newly designed rear speakers connect wirelessly to the main system.
You can play your music from your NFC or Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices with a single tap - whether it’s a smartphone or tablet. During Bluetooth transmission, compressed music files can degrade the sound quality, but with unique technology, the system restores the high tones lost during transmission.
Thanks to the built-in wifi, the home theater can be connected to all the mobile devices in our home, so we can play our HD videos and music from a PC, among other things. In addition, Sony Entertainment provides access to millions of online content through an online connection, but you can also browse various websites or chat on social networking sites while watching TV.
With TV SideView, you can also control your Blu-Ray player and home theater system with an Xperia tablet or Xperia smartphone. And with the free Android or iOS app, in addition to remote control, you can also discover new online content, which you can then enjoy on the big screen with great sound.
The new generation of home theater systems and Blu-Ray Disc players will be available from early April 2013.