Seems that Sony just can't help themselves: Every time we take another look
, the company beefs up its Bravia S and V lines with new models, sometimes in smaller sizes, sometimes in larger ones (not that we're complaining). This time, Sony's added a nice range to the LCD line, with models from 32 to 46 inches. All models have a 1300:1 contrast ratio, 1366 x 768 resolution, a 178-degree viewing angle and an 8ms response time. The V series also includes Sony's "live color" enhancement technology. All models are due out next month, with pricing in Japan expected to run from about ¥250,000 ($2,113 US) for the 32-inch S2000 to ¥490,000 ($4,143 US) for the 46-inch V2000 model.