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Loewe brings 3D tech to Connect, Art ranges

David Davies 30 August 2011
Loewe brings 3D tech to Connect, Art ranges

The brightness and high picture frequency of the new Loewe Connect 40 3D, Loewe Art 40 3D and Loewe Art 46 3D TVs make them conducive to viewing 3D content.

The Loewe approach to 3D incorporats Active 3D Glasses, which are synchronised via an infrared transmitter. This is discreetly integrated into the iconic ‘Loewe eye’ beneath the LED-backlit LCD screen, blending with the minimalist design of the TV.

The Connect range makes use of the Loewe MediaPortal, which allows easy access to a variety of Internet content via the TV screen, including videos, music, news and radio. A built-in LAN interface allows access to content from the home network via MediaHome.

Meanwhile, features of the Loewe Art range (‘classic design in the living room’) include Edge LED backlighting, integrated speakers and MediaText, which integrates videotext based on Europe-wide standard HbbTV technology. The latest Art 3D TVs, with 40- or 46-inch screen diagonal, are described as the ‘perfect gateways’ to large scale home cinema.

All current Loewe 3D TVs with integratd DR+ hard disk recorder offer DR+ Streaming, enabling programmes to be streamed via Powerline, LAN or WLAN to another TV set. As long as the content provider allows recording, both 2D and 3D content can be recorded and streamed to another 3D-compatible Loewe TV as a result of the DR+ Streaming feature.

The new 3D products can be integrated into a wider Loewe solution, with a variety of configurations and sound options (up to 7.1 surround sound) available.

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