The price of the Sony X900E varies from different retailers. Walmart was found to have the lowest price of all the retailers at the time of the search for the Sony X900E. Prices change so I would advise to click on the retailers to the right and type Sony X900E in the search of the site to check the price. I have also included customer reviews below, the reviews are different on every site. So again the best option is to check the sites by clicking on the retailers to the right, and a new tab will open directly to that site. Good luck with your purchase, and have a great day!
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 57″ x 32.8″ x 2.4″, TV with stand: 57″ x 35.3″ x 10.3″
- Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content using Sony’s Android TV.
- Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture.
- Full-array local dimming technology, you get enhanced controlled contrast and incredible brightness in a stunningly slim design.
- 120Hz native refresh rate plus Motionflow XR gives you fast moving action scenes with virtually no motion blur
- Inputs: 4 – HDMI, 2 – USB2.0, 1 – USB3.0, 1 – Component/Composite Hybrid, 1 – Composite
5 star – 60%
4 star – 15%
3 star – 7%
2 star – 6%
1 star – 12%
Customer questions & answers
Question: Why choose the 930e over this one? If the 900e has full array dimming (cheaper) and the 930e uses edgelit dimming.
Answer: One is a lot more expensive than the other. Full array dimming is thought to be better than edge lit. If I were you, I would just go with the 900e and call it a day. Great TV for the price and has a lot of high end features. This is actually a high end set but people say it’s midrange.
By BFlow on August 26, 2017
Question: Is there any downside since this tv doesn’t support dolby vision or will most content be available in both formats?
Answer: According to The Verge, it’s unlikely a Dolby Vision encoded movie won’t give you any HDR experience at all on an HDR10 set like this one. You just won’t see the HDR as bright or high contrast. http://www.theverge.com/2017/1/5/14180456/hdr-formats-hdr10-dolby-vision-hlg-advanced-ces-2017
It’s not so much an HDR exclus… see more
By Hi Def Fan on April 28, 2017
Question: Can smart features be completely disabled
Answer: If you don’t do the Smart TV setup they are disabled.
By WORLD WIDE STEREO SELLER on April 7, 2017
Question: Does this have Dolby Vision?
Answer: “Until CES 2017, it was widely assumed that Dolby Vision hardware (screens and Ultra HD Blu-ray players) needed to carry a dedicated chip. However, it is now possible to add Dolby Vision support via a firmware update to devices with sufficiently powerful processors.
Read more at https://www.whathifi.com/advice/dolby-v… see more
By ManSheit on December 24, 2017
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