Sony Qualia Q006

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  1. Bob Lvl

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    Anyone seen the new Sony Qualia Q006?

    I took a short break from work earlier today and wandered over to the Sony Store where they have the new Qualia on display.

    WOW! Now that is a TV that I would like in my Home Theatre! Amazing film like quality on a 70" screen. Gorgeous colors. Black, blacks!

    I have always had a dislike for RPTV's ... but not this one. It does not suffer nearly as much from being off centre. I tried sitting and standing without the picture changing (darkening) ... and you can move a reasonable distance to the sides without losing quality.

    Now if I only had the 17 grand to purchase one!
     
  2. GabeP

    GabeP Stunt Coordinator

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    17k is stupid, because in 2 years there will be somethign better for less.
     
  3. Kenneth Harden

    Kenneth Harden Screenwriter

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    That TV should be replacing the current 60 and 70-inch XBR's if I am not mistaken.

    In the USA, the 70" will have a MSRP of $9,999, and I am sure they will have a 60" one also, HOPEFULLY a 50", too.
     
  4. Shane Martin

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    Not now from my understanding. Eventually they will though.
     
  5. Phil Tomaskovic

    Phil Tomaskovic Supporting Actor

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    This crutchfield CES story mentions a 50" and 60" SXCD that may be out in late summer or fall labeled as either Qualia or XBR models. Also they show a new 46" LCD flat panel design with new backlighting.
     

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