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sony\'s 2017 tv line up - with prices

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-08-29
After a 2016 heat and a mistake, Sony\'s TV division looks like it will come at a more consistent price of 2017.
I now have the opportunity to experience most of Sony\'s new series of TVs and it turns out that finding potential weaknesses is much more difficult than the 2016 model.
In fact, several key new additions to the debut oled TV and the new affordable range of direct backlight models indicate that, sony has been keeping a close eye on the desire of its serious AV fans so eager to win its cause.
I should be starting to receive some censored samples of Sony\'s promising new TV soon, but in the meantime, here is a guide for every 2017 Sony TVs we know so far.
Z9D series (ZD9 in the UK)
These amazing TVs were actually launched in the second half of 2016, but Sony says they will continue to enter 2017.
In fact, Sony has confirmed to me many times that before the new a1 e oled TV, it still thinks that Z9D TV is its flagship model, when it comes to providing the ultimate product with high dynamic range image quality.
A complete review of 65Z9D can be found here.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($5,499/£3,500), 75-inch ($8,999/£7,000), 100-inch ($60,000/£ 60,000)
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, Dolby Vision (
Update via firmware), HLG (
Update via firmware)
Screen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: direct-
Lighting LED with more than 600 local dimming areas.
Processing Engine: Sony X1 Extreme.
Sony a1 series (A1 in the UK)
Sony\'s decision to launch the 2017 series of OLED TVs initially seemed surprising.
However, the more I see the role of a1, the more meaningful they are.
In addition to enabling Sony to design and use the innovative sound system of the screen as a speaker to \"show off\" with the a1 e cute frameless/stand-free, oled TV is added in the 2017 range, let Sony get high
The ultimate replacement for the AV fan Z9D model, more interested than brightness and color volume, is the black level and perspective.
Here you can find the first look of Sony ale oled.
Size/Price: 55-inch (
$5,000 in the United States;
A European Sony retailer says 55a1 will be sold for about 3,799 euros, although it looks a bit cheap;
When this story is set up, I will update it with the confirmed European price); 65-inch (
$6,500 in the United States;
The same Sony retailer says the 65a1 will be retail in Europe for 5499 euros); and 77-inch (
The model has not been priced yet and it will appear later this year, compared to 55 and 65-inch versions).
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, Dolby Vision, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: OLEDProcessing engine: Sony X1 ExtremeSony x94 e seriesXE94 in the UK)
This is not a series because there is only one model: 75-inch 75X94E.
This is 75-
The X94 model has built an inch stand-alone trend for the last few generations of Sony TV.
These TVs use direct LED lighting and local dimming, and are impressive in versions 2015 and 2016, so I would also like something great for 75x94 e.
In particular, Sony\'s new X1 Extreme handling system.
I do feel like Sony still refuses to add at least 65-
Inch model of X94 series.
Reviews of Review\'s 75X940D can be found here.
Size/Price: 75-inches (
According to data leaked by Sony\'s website, $6,000, 5,500 in the UK, EUR6, 500).
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, Dolby Vision, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: Direct LED with local dimming processing engine: Sony X1 ExtremeSony
British XE93 series)
X93Ds, the predecessor of X93 e, was a bit disappointing.
Their new ultra-thin Backlight Drive technology sounds smart, as it uses two light guides in turn, providing a local dimming control that is twice as high as when the edge is usually usedlit LCD TV.
However, while it sometimes looks amazing, the technology is sometimes affected by the very obvious \"blocking\" of the backlight.
However, the x93 es is clearly twice the number of dimming areas and benefits from Sony\'s new X1 Extreme handling.
I have been able-
In-depth review of 55X930E, which you can read here.
Size: 55-inch (
$2,300, £ 2,400 in the UK, € 2,700), 65-inch (
$3,300, £ 3,200 in the UK, € 3,700).
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, Dolby Vision, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: edge LED for the latest ultra-thin backlight driven two-board design processing engine, Sony X1 Extreme X90E series (
UK XE90 series)
The X90E model is a popular new addition to Sony\'s ideas, introducing a new, more affordable \"Direct LED with local dim\" TV series.
Direct LED suits so far tend to provide the best results with HDR, so I can imagine these models are very interested in serious AV enthusiasts.
Screen size: 49-inch (
$1700, probably equivalent to £ 1700 in the UK; EUR 1,599); 55-inch (
$1700, £ 1700 in the UK, € 1,999); 65-inch (
$2,500, £ 2500 in the UK, € 2,799); 75-inch (
$4,500, probably £ 4,200.
4,500, 5,499 euros)
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: Direct LED with local dimming processing engine: Sony X1 4k HDR (not Extreme)
Sony X85E series (
UK XE85 series)
Unfortunately, last year\'s X85D series was disrupted by the widespread use of ips LCD panels, which are difficult to offer compelling contrasts.
HDR content in particular.
However, Sony assured me that it has abandoned the IPS panels of the 2017x85 e series, which makes them potentially very interesting in the medium term
4k HDR option available.
Especially when they further improved last year\'s equivalent model by carrying Sony\'s 4k HDR X1 processing system.
Size/Price: 55-inch (EUR 1,599;
Could be 1,599 for the UK); 65-inch (
$2,500, probably £ 2,400.
2,500, 2,500 euros)and 75-inch (
$5,000, probably £ 4,500, € 4,500)
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: edge LED with full frame dimming processing engine: Sony X1 4k HDR (not Extreme)
Sony X80E series (
UK XE80 series)
The XE80 series is Sony\'s most affordable 4k series for £ 2017.
It focuses on providing smaller screen sizes and uses Sony\'s old 4k X
Reality Pro processing system instead of 4k HD or extreme X1 chip options.
Size/Price: 43-inch (
$1,000, £ 1,000 in the UK, € 999); 49-
$1,100, UK could be £ 1,100, € 1,199); 55-inch (
Sony is not listed in the United States yet, with 1,399 euros.
Equivalent to about 1200)
Confirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HLGScreen resolution: 4 K/UHDScreen technology: edge LED with full frame dimming processing engine: Sony 4k X-
Realistic ProHD ModelsSony W75E series (
Sony WE75 series in the UK)
Sony will still launch three full HD TVs in 2017, not 4 k.
The highest quality will be the W75E series.
HDR will be supported for these kits (
Although you won\'t get anything like Sony\'s high brightnessend HDR sets), X-
The biggest difference from Sony\'s cheaper HD model is the Triluminos color reproduction.
Note that while W75E does provide some smart features, including Netflix, it does not have an Android TV.
Size/Price: 43-inch, 49-inch.
The price of these models has not yet been determined.
Confirmed HDR support: hdr10 Screen resolution: Full HD screen technology: edge LED with full frame dimming, TriluminosProcessing engine: Sony X-
W66E/W61 E series (
UK WE66/WE61 series)
These step-by-step HD models are mainly different from w75 in terms of not supporting Triluminos. The 49 and 40-
The inch WE66 models are all in full HD, while the 32-
The inch WE61 model is \"HD ready \".
All of these kits, even the 32in model, support HDR playback.
Size/Price: 32-inch (sony.
The offer is 429 euros, equivalent to $459 or £ 366); 40-inch (sony.
The offer is 649 euros, equivalent to $695 or £ 554); 49-inch (sony.
The offer is 749 euros, equivalent to $800 or £ 639).
Confirmed HDR support: hdr10 Screen resolution: Full HD for 40in and 49in models, 1366x768 for 32in model screen technology: Edge with full frame dimming processing engine
R45E/R40E series (
RE45/RE40 series UK)
Only one R45E: 40-inch model.
This full hd TV doesn\'t have any smart TV features, but it still has Sony\'s X-
Reality Pro processing and amazing HDR support!
R40E is an HDR-capable 32-
Inch model with 1366x768 HD resolution.
Size/prize: 32-inch (sony.
The offer is 399 euros, equivalent to $426 or £ 340); 40-inch (sony.
The offer is 619 euros, equivalent to $662 or £ 528)
Confirmed HDR support: hdr10 Screen resolution: Full HD for 40in model, 1366x768 for 32in model screen technology: edge LED with frame dimming.
Processing Engine: Sony XReality Pro--
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