|Item Weight||22 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||61.56 x 7.88 x 37.38 inches|
|Item model number||KD65X750F|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Sony KD65X750F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV
|Price:||& FREE Shipping|
|Connections||USB, Ethernet, HDMI|
About this item
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 57 5/8 x 33 1/4 x 3 1/4(1 3/4) inch, TV with stand: 57 5/8 x 35 3/4 x 14 inch
- Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture
- Upscale to a more natural picture with 4K X Reality PRO. Power Consumption (in Operation): 96 Watt
- Scenes appear more realistic with Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
- Voice control your TV with Amazon Alexa compatibility; Android TV with Google Assistant technology gives you a genius TV
- Content appears with lifelike motion with Motionflow XR technology
- Inputs: 4 – HDMI, 2 USB2.0, 1 – USB3.0, 1 – Composite
- In the box: TV, Stands, Remote controller, Batteries, Power adapter, IR blaster, Quick start up guide, Manual
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Sony 4K TV's
Enjoy crisp, sharp details in your favorite content with the X750F 4K HDR LED TV. Control your environment with your voice using Android TV with Google Assistant. 4K X Reality PRO technology and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer technologies refine details and display contrast with stunning accuracy, making shows and movies come alive.
Visible screen diagonal
65" / 166 cm
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Google has invaded Sony, and Sony has allowed it's products to be assimilated by the Droid. If you love Android and think that paying to have Google further invade your life and privacy is just peachy - SKIP reading the rest and just go buy this TV, I do like it's picture quality. If you feel as though paying for a product that facilitates invasive data gathering so that both Google and Sony can use you as a data collection tool to help them make even more money is a bad thing -- READ ON.
Short version - don't buy a smart TV with an Android operating system. Long version:
Sony and Google now have us paying for hardware that helps increase their profit margins, without paying us anything in return. Yup, they've found more ways to invade our once safe space - late evening, living room, cozy on the sofa with a good show. Not only that, but the software itself makes the TV's interface very slow and sluggish at times, even affecting video playback when menus (such as picture adjustment) are accessed during playback.
The first think you'll notice when you turn the TV on is being bombarded with APP suggestions, they aren't even installed yet there they are in your face. Tom's Guide had to write a 24 section how to titled "Sony Bravia Android TV Settings Guide 2018: What to Enable, Disable and Tweak". I don't suggest this guide, I'd say it is required reading to properly operate this TV. In the guide he goes over how to get all the clutter out of your face, with one procedure requiring you to go into a system app's settings to turn off notifications just so you aren't bombarded with suggestions.
Quick recap - you paid for the TV, and all the TV does in it's default mode is try to milk you for more money. BUY BUY BUY, this APP, that Movie, this Service, etc... If we're going to pay our hard to be advertised to, shouldn't some ethical committee exist to hold Sony and Google to some standard? We are being treated as cash milking cows.
Not only are we being advertised to, but I'd say it will take folks between 2-6 hours to just get to know how this thing operates. By "folks" I mean modern, android-familiar, technologically comfortable people. I don't mean an older person or someone who fears smart phones and computers (yes, they still exist). I could not give this TV to my mother, for instance - she'd be terrified of it. The manual dexterity alone required to NOT push the wrong button on the remote could easily escape some of the more elderly, non-tech oriented people in this world.
Dear Sony - it's a TV. One should be able to turn it on and see TV oriented stuff. Simple menus, fast processing, clear navigation. In 5 minutes, a person (any person) should be able to go from turning the TV on to using the TV. This thing has already stolen hours of my life. Why oh why is there a HOME button that takes you to a home page with APPS, and then an APPS button that takes you to a "Sony Select" page with yet MORE APPS on it? How do I get rid of those apps? WHY, why are those apps even there?
If you end up buying this TV and got into this review, please see the Tom's Hardware Guide mentioned above. Also, BEWARE - you don't have to allow Sony and Google to have 100% of the data created by your new Advertising and Marketing Data Collection Tool (AMDCT for short). You can find info by Consumer Reports in an online piece titled "How to Turn Off Smart TV Snooping Features", which goes over the top "Smart" TV models and outlines how to reduce the data collected from your TV to the MINIMUM amount possible.
There is no way to stop it completely unless you never connect your TV to the internet and only use the inputs for viewing any material. At some point, Sony and especially Google, should cut it's users in on a share of the profits they helped create for both companies.
For the price it's great, and I refuse to complain! However, if I spent $1,000+ on this TV's I would be pretty pissed.
- Beautiful Picture (4K HD)
- Easy to set up out of the box (read the directions though)
- Sluggish smart features
- Spotty wifi connectivity
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The icing on the turd of my experience with this TV is the default Motion Flow setting, a poisonously awful "feature" that Sony inserts to make all your favourite movies and shows look like garbage. Anything shot at 24P, such as most movies and dramas, gets "smoothed out" to give it the look of something shot with interlaced frames, such as a reality TV show. So if you're wondering why Game of Thrones looks like Real Housewives of Westeros, it's because Sony think they know better than the people who actually create movies and TV shows. They've buried this setting six layers deep in an "advanced" menu to prevent you from de-crappifying your viewing experience.