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CES 2010: Sony Outs 3D Blu-ray Player and HT System

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Any 3D TV is going to need a 3D Blu-ray player to match and Sony has duly obliged. Top-of-the-range among three new Blu-ray spinners is the BDP-S770 (below), which supports the now finalised Blu-ray 3D standard. In every other aspect it's all as you'd expect really, with the unit sporting the new 'monolithic' design language, integrated Wi-Fi, 1080p upscaling, Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio decoding, DLNA support and an Entertainment Database Browser powered by Gracenote.Looking identical to the S770 is the S570, which sports the same basic spec but without the 3D support.
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Similarly, the S370 (above), while slightly different in appearance, drops the integrated Wi-Fi, though naturally has wired Ethernet. All but the S770 will be arriving in the spring, with the S770 landing in the summer.
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Pictured above is the BDV-HZ970W Blu-ray Home Theatre System, which takes the S770 Blu-ray player as its starting point and adds a 1000W, 5.1 channel amplifier and wireless rear speakers. It is joined by the E770W, which drops the 3D support, and the E570, which lacks the wireless rear speaker support – though it can be added separately.

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