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Video and Audio Center to Announce Job Fair at Lawndale Grand Opening That Will Feature World’s First Digital Binoculars With HD and 3D Video Recording Along With Personal 3D Viewer

November 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –

               Video and Audio Center to announce job fair to hire 40
               additional people for their company and new Lawndale store.
               To commemorate this event, Sony selects this Southern
               California store to introduce the world's first Digital
               Recording Binoculars that capture life's "can't miss" moments
               with 3D and 2D full HD video.  Sony will also present their
               Personal 3D Viewer that creates a private 150" movie theater
               experience.  Both products will be unveiled for consumers to
    What:      experience in-store and be on sale that afternoon.

               Executives from Sony Electronics, local dignitaries, content
    Who:       providers and hundreds of consumers.
              * Phil Molyneux, President/COO, Sony Electronics
              * Mike Fasulo, Executive Vice President, Sony Electronics
               * Drew Temple, Senior Technology Trainer, Sony Digital
               Recording Binoculars
              * Aaron Levin, Marketing Manager, Sony HD/3D Personal Viewer
              * Tom Campbell, Corporate Spokesperson, Video and Audio Center

    Where:    Video and Audio Center
               17124 Hawthorne Blvd. (corner of Hawthorne and Redondo Beach
              Lawndale, CA 90260
              Directions:  Just off 405 Fwy at Hawthorne Blvd. exit

    Time:     Thursday, November 3, 2011 11:30 a.m.
               World's First Digital Binoculars and Personal 3D Viewers will
               go on sale at 12:00 noon.

    Contact:  Chris Olmstead              Tom Campbell
              Olmstead Marketing          213-400-0000


Sony is demonstrating to the public the industry’s first digital recording binoculars that combine the magnification of binoculars with the recording capabilities of a camcorder. Consumers can record 3D and 2D Full HD video with high magnification of up to 20x total zoom. Additional features include image stabilization technology to reduce blur for clear, crisp video and still 7.1MP photos, a sensor for optimizing picture quality in low-light conditions and a professional-quality G Lens for delivering brilliant colors and detailed images in any setting.

Sony is also showcasing its Personal 3D Viewer that allows people to experience private screenings in 2D or 3D HD and full 5.1-channel surround sound that simulates the feeling of sitting 12 feet away from a 150″ screen. The Personal 3D viewer features two HD OLED displays that provide outstanding brightness, contrast, color and clarity. Forehead and headband straps can be adjusted for a fully customized, comfortable fit and are designed for heads large and small.

SOURCE Video and Audio Center

Source: PR Newswire