After yesterdays gloomy review
of the $16,000 57-inch 1080p Sharp LCD, a person would think twice about looking at LCDs if that pricey of a set can be so lackluster. Sony may not have the AQUOS nameplate, but they know a thing or two about TVs and Sony's new XBR2 line sure does impress. Ultimate AV set this LCD up in their labs and came to the conclusion that this is the new standard for LCDs. It is simply that good. This LCD has some of the deepest blacks they have seen from that type of flat-panels, it's a 1080p display that can accept 1080p, good performance on SD, and most of all, the TV has a killer look. This is the flat-panel that allows the user to
purchase different colored bezels or spend $300 bucks more for the XBR3 with a piano black finish. If you are considering an LCD, read this to found out how they are suppose to perform.