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sony xbr-65x900e 4k tv review - great pictures without breaking the bank

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-08-29
Unlike one or two other brands I can mention, Sony\'s TV division now seems to be listening to consumers.
For example, after widespread criticism last year, including the poor
Compared to the IPS panel in the TV range, Sony\'s range this year is IPS-free zone.
Better yet, some of Sony\'s people seem to have noticed many TV critics (Including myself)
I have started to believe that the LCD TV that uses LED lighting directly, its light is placed directly behind the screen, better than the TV that uses the led that is placed on the edge of the picture to provide a good high dynamic range picture.
In fact, Sony\'s new x900 e series (
Known in the UK as the XE9005 series)
Not just using a direct LED lighting system;
It also provides local dimming, and 20 sep LED areas can independently output different photoelectric flat to meet the needs of the picture.
Sony 65x900 e. [/caption]
Granted, 20 is far from the ground-
Break the number of dimming areas by today\'s standards.
But it\'s better than nothing, and as we\'ll see, it\'s enough to help people 65
What we saw here was a very impressive picture.
As you would expect now, partners with 65x900 e are direct
High dynamic range lighting (HDR)
Features and native 4k resolution, while image processing is provided by Sony\'s previous impressive X1 chipset.
Processing power this chipset is not as powerful as the X1 Extreme chipset in Sony step-
Model X930E, Z9D and OLED ale;
It has no improved HD Dual database systemto-
4k upgrade and can\'t add Dolby visual HDR support with future firmware updates.
However, it still runs more than most TV processing systems.
In particular, the local dimming system is driven;
Sony\'s Triluminos technology offers a wider and more subtle range of colors;
Sony\'s Super Bit Mapping feature solves the HDR ribbon problem.
Sony 65x900 e. [/caption]
Like all Sony\'s mid-range products. range and high-
Today, the smart features of 65x900 are provided by Google\'s Android TV platform.
I am not a fan of Android TV because the reason is detailed in separate comments on this platform.
But it does run more stably and faster than when it first appeared, and it certainly carries a lot of content.
Even if most of the content is meaningless.
Fortunately, Sony is trying to solve some of the flaws of Android.
You get full support for 4k HDR Amazon video streaming and Netflix while UK users will be happy to find that Sony has drafted a report on the YouView platform
Television services are provided to major BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 broadcasters.
Start 65x900 e with the best picture source available, a series of Ultra HD Blu-ray
Rays, I was initially a little disappointed with what I saw. Why?
Because the picture of 65x900 looks better than Sony\'s step-up 55X930E.
Test measurements show that 65x880 e manages light output of about 900 nits on a 10% white HDR window compared to 55 x930e\'s huge 1450 nits.
To be clear, 875 nits for 65-
$2,300 inch 4k hdr TV (or £2,300).
However, any desire that the x900 e-series will provide essentially the same HDR-
Friendly brightness in the X930E range, but from a direct lighting system, they need to be readjusted to their expectations.
Details of the Sony 65x900 e bracket. [/caption]
However, 65x900 e is actually a great TV as long as you are willing to do so.
For example, in a very dark background, pushing it hard with an HDR lens containing bright objects reveals the impressive dark black level of LCD technology and, to a large extent, the backlight is blurry
For clarity, a faint backlight Halo can appear a few centimeters around the most extreme bright highlights (
After all, there are only 20 dimming areas).
Occasionally, this light will also scatter into the black bars you get above and below the very wide aspect ratio image, if you have to view the image from a perspective of more than 25 degrees, it will also become more obvious.
However, if you look at the screen from a fairly direct perspective, the halo effect is usually weakened enough not to cause serious concern.
Of course, this is better than the full width or full height stripes of the light you usually blur with edges --lit TVs.
It is also nice to see that 65x900 e provides its dark black level without crushing the shadow details.
As a result, the dark scene avoids the hollow, flat appearance that the smaller LCD TV brings.
Again, while 65x900 e is not the brightest hdr TV in town, its light management is bright enough and sensitive to avoid two common HDR traps: 1)
The dark part of the extreme contrast lens does not look dominant, 2)
Dark objects on a bright background don\'t look like outlines.
Sony 65x900 e. [/caption]
The color performance of 65x900 e is also impressive.
Sony\'s Triluminos perfectly combines bold, rich saturation and seemingly effortless subtle tones.
When you look at Ultra HD blue light, there\'s no doubt
The light you see is the wider color range that the latest video disc format can offer.
Also very popular, in order to find Sony\'s excellent Super bit map processing, make sure that there are almost no traces of color stripes in the HDR shots taken in the sky and underwater, other TV also suffered a staggering loss.
65x900 e is not bright enough to provide the kind of color we see from Sony\'s own 55X930E and Samsung qled TV.
But many AV fans
Especially those who work on submarines. $2,500 budget -
It is likely that you will be happy to exchange some brightness and color volume for the strong black level of 65x900 e and immersive detailed images.
The outstanding color touch of 65x900 e helps it maximize its native 4k pixel count, which not only helps to unleash at least some of the potential of today\'s wide color domain sources.
After all, there are eight.
If the TV doesn\'t handle the knowledge either, the 3 million pixels in the screen are actually not much
How to pass the tone with the same ultra HD precision.
65x900 e with the impressive clarity and clarity of the native 4k source also remains basically the same when there is a lot of movement in the frame.
This is especially true if you deploy Sony\'s excellent Motionflow processing, which can smooth jitter and clean up LCD motion blur in standard or real cinema mode while generating minimal distraction
Even if Motionflow is not used, 65x900 e offers motion more convincingly than the LCD TVs of most competitors.
Sony 65x900 e. [/caption]
Providing HD sources to 65x900 e reveals more good news, thanks to the upgrade \"database\" built into the X1 processing system, it did a great job of adding all the necessary pixels needed to remap HD to the 4k screen to the 4k screen.
Adding details while suppressing source noise, additional pixel calculations for the TV also have more impressive color tricks.
HD to 4k upgrade for 65x900 e is not like step-
Sony TV with a more powerful X1 Extreme chip, its dual database upgrade system.
But it is still excellent by any other criteria.
Game lag-
The time required for the TV to render the image after entering the received image data-
Sony has been a strange hot topic in the past few generations of TV.
Therefore, it is a relief to find that 65x900 e is about to slide into the hit area with a lag measurement of 31 MS.
This is not the lowest we have ever seen, but it is not enough to seriously damage the performance of most players.
In addition to the slightly limited brightness and limited perspective that has been reported, is there any major issue with 65x900 e? Just a couple.
First of all, when viewing very bright HDR content, the picture can be split into some special luminous block noise at the lightest peak.
The only way I can find to avoid this is to select a custom picture preset for the TV;
Image settings in other picture presets won\'t make much difference.
Sony 65x900 e. [/caption]
I have shown this issue to Sony and the brand\'s engineers agree that this is not just a flaw in my specific review sample.
Obviously, however, they have found the cause of the problem and are confident that they will be able to provide a solution through future firmware updates.
At the same time, however, I should stress that this issue does not occur frequently;
Mainly only in the brightest highlights of HDR content mastered in 4000 nits rather than the more common 1000 nits.
Another remaining area where 65x900 e performance is disappointing is its sound.
Sony used to offer some of its best products.
Sounds like a TV, but while 65x900 e sounds pretty good, has a normal TV content and paints a pretty big-
The action scene in the movie shows the lack of bass, as well as some very demanding details and details.
65x900 e is not a perfect TV in any case;
For example, it is not the brightest hdr TV around it, and its viewing angle is very limited.
However, since it combines direct LED lighting with Sony video processing, its pictures are still better than most (if not all the other 65-
TV stand for the same price inch.
So it joins the brand\'s equally impressive model of 65Z9D, 55a1 e, and 55X930E, making the 2017 look like a Sony-turned-frustrating inconsistent TV--
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