If you haven't noticed, Sony's been awfully busy with product announcements this week. The Sony BRAVIA KDL-46V3000 LCD HDTV ($TBA; Summer 2007) delivers a full HD 1080p picture, and features high-end tech like Live Color Creation with a WCG-CCFL backlight, BRAVIA Engine EX, BRAVIA Theatre Sync, and HDMI, PC and component inputs. You can expand its features even further with the BRAVIA Internet Video Link ($300; July), which provides access to such content as Internet video, music videos, movie trailers, user generated videos and RSS feeds.

  • SlingCatcher

    If you've been looking for a simple device to let you watch stupid YouTube videos on your big-screen, then check out the SlingCatcher ($200; Q2). It's like a reverse Slingbox — instead of sending your TV programming to your laptop or mobile phone, the SlingCatcher brings the web and other PC audio/video content to your TV. The SlingCatcher includes both standard definition and high definition AV outputs to connect to a TV. For network connectivity, the SlingCatcher has both Wi-Fi and a standard Ethernet jack.

  • LG Super Multi Blue Player

    This is a player we've been wishing for since we heard of the idea: the LG Super Multi Blue Player ($1200; Q1 2007). This bad boy takes care of the format war for you, playing both Blu-Ray and HD DVD discs, as well as offering HDMI, component, and composite video outputs, as well as optical, coaxial, and discrete 5.1 audio outputs. It might be expensive, but it's also a do-everything video player that would make a great addition to your home theater.

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