Sony has expanded its Bravia TV line with a telly that not only boasts “floating” speakers, but a screen that can automatically dim itself to save power and improve contrast. Sony_Bravia_X4500 Sony's Bravia X4500 has floating speakers The X4500 uses clusters of “energy-efficient” red, green and blue LED backlights – rather …
Speakers don't float my boat
"Speakers either side of the telly are attached to the screen’s frame by thin Perspex bars at the top and bottom of the set, which makes the audio bars appear as though they’re floating beside the screen."
No it doesn't. It makes the audio bars appear as though they're attached to the screen’s frame by thin Perspex bars at the top and bottom of the set – see photo.
Someone's falling for the hype.
lol. Couldn't agree more. I don't know why they bother including speakers anyway these days, they always sound shit, if you're gonna spent £1000+ on a TV surely you're better off coughing up another couple of hundred for a half decent surround setup.
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