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Enjoy 4K HDR entertainment on our X900E with Android TV. With a full-array backlight and five times the dynamic range, this television offers incredible contrast. And with the powerful performance of the 4K HDR Processor X1, It takes even non-HDR content to near 4K HDR quality.
Great for PS4 Pro and streaming 4K content
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I held off purchasing a 4k TV until 2017 models were released hoping to get 4K and HDR at once. I originally looked at purchasing a Samsung KS8000 (2016 model) based on reviews but those are super hard to find now. I use rtings.com almost exclusively to compare different models and get the reviews on the major features I am looking for (HDR, wide color gamut, local dimming, and input lag). Based on what I was looking for, pretty much gaming with future potential for 4k Blu Ray, I went with the Sony XBRX900E. So far I am completely happy and satisfied with my choice. First off definitely research online and don’t only base your decision from what you see at a local store. I always go into my local Best buy to get a first hand look but you can’t know what you are actually getting unless you research online (specs like brightness, HDR, input lag, wide color gamut, etc). This TV is awesome when you have a PS4 pro and are going from no 4K and no HDR to this TV with those features. The games on PS4 pro that have been enhanced look awesome (Horizon XD, Shadow of Mordor, Deus Ex MD, NMD, Titan Fall 2, Ratchet and Clank, etc) night and day difference. No lag, HDR is awesome, colors and brightness make games more immersive. The smart capabilities of this TV are great for streaming 4k content (Amazon and YouTube). I’ve obviously never streamed 4k before since I didn’t have a 4k TV but I find myself streaming random things in 4k just to see the beautiful picture. It’s amazing how much random content is available to stream in 4K. I have a Vizio soundbar with a optical input and was concerned that I would have to use two different remotes. In the home screen (press the home button) there is a picture of what I initially thought was a random video labeled “audio control setup” it walks you through connecting the included RF blaster” so you can control your sound bar with the Sony remote, nice. No complaints so far. If you have been looking for a 4K TV to pair with your PS4 pro or to view/stream 4K content this is a great choice.
Inky black OLED like experience at a fraction of the cost!
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I was bent on getting a 75 inch TV and I really wanted to get OLED; that left the LG TV with a $20,000 price tag. So, next, I was bent on getting a Samsung because I like the brightness of their screens. Samsung is charging $6000 for their 65″ QLED technology which is barely the next generation of technology. Looking at the Rtings website reviews for best 75 inch TVs, they mentioned that the best mid range 75 inch TV was this Sony 75″ X900E. I did the research. It is not OLED in terms of measurable quantities (it is very good) but I will tell you that the actual viewing experience is 99% of what it is with an OLED TV. The blacks are inky wet black and the the brights are amazing. I can watch this TV outside and it looks great. It very bright. The aesthetics are beautiful. It has a very small bezel, a the glass front has the same allure as fine crystal. It has plenty of adjustments for those who like to tweak and I think it looks great with the settings out of the box. The picture quality, is just amazing and again I can’t stress enough how beautiful the HDR (High Dynamic Range) is. Deep rich blacks, plenty of mid tones and excellent highlights. For the price difference I would buy this TV every time and not really miss any real perceivable differences in OLED. Sony deserves a huge compliment for creating such a beautiful TV and picture as such a great price. I got mine for approximately $3200 and that is great at this point in time.
The picture quality is fantastic and worth every penny!
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I’ve had the 75” 4K HDTV for over a month now and overall it is a great set. However, upgrading from a Samsung HD TV, there are some things to note.
Great TV For Gaming
I recently upgraded from an LG 49″ UH6030 to this TV. For gaming, this TV really makes a difference. I was initially content on my previous TV providing HDR/4K support and how good games looked, but when I got this TV, the quality went up quite a bit. The input lag was really smooth and I didn’t get any jittering when playing certain games like Horizon Zero Dawn.
Great TV, love it!
Great TV. Got it on sale. Had the 900 picked out as the highest end of the Sony line without taking the huge leap (in technology and price) to oled.
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Really nice TV
We love this TV. Very sharp.
Great picture. Just the right size for our large living area.
Great for price, no real complaints
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Love the display! Using with Xbox One S – no noticeable lag. The Android OS built in pleasantly surprised me. Thought I’d hate it but so far it’s smooth & with the HDMI input sending audio back out to my surround sound receiver when video playback is from the Android TV, I’ve simplified my entertainment setup immensely! Glad I chose the Sony over the Samsung KS8*** even if just for the better stand. Packaging was great & setup took minutes. Wont repeat the other reviews but will say, check Rtings to do your research…
Fantastic TV with a ton of features – one of the best you can buy right now
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After having a Panasonic VT50 tv for a number of years I was completely spoiled with the picture quality and had no real desire until the 2017 TVs came up for sale. It seemed that the LCD tvs were just not able to deliver the same PQ as what that plasma could. However when I was offered a ridiculous amount of money for my old plasma I started to take a much closer look at the market.