|Item Weight||86 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||37.5 x 61.8 x 12.2 inches|
|Item model number||KD70X690E|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Sony KD70X690E 70-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model)
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|Mounting Type||Wall Mount|
About this item
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 61.8" x 35.7" x 3.8" in, TV with stand: 61.8" x 37.5" x 12.2"
- Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content. With YouTube and Netflix buttons built into the remote, you are one click away from endless entertainment.
- Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture.
- Direct LED produces great picture quality. Display resolution: 3840 x 2160(H x V, pixels)
- 60Hz native refresh rate plus Motionflow XR gives you great motion for all types of content
- Inputs: 3 – HDMI, 3 - USB2.0, 1 – Component/Composite Hybrid, 1 – Composite. Stand design: Plastic with metal
- In the box: Remote Control (RMT-TX300U), Batteries (R03), AC Power Cord (2pin, Pigtail, US type, straight plug shape Connector), Operating Instructions, Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE (GA), Table Top Stand (Separate, assemble required)
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|model name||X690E||XBR75X800H||X940E||XBR75X800G||TU8000 UHD 8 Series||XBR-65X950H|
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Uncover the detail with 4K HDR
High Dynamic Range (HDR) will change the way you look at TV. Combined with 4K Ultra HD resolution, HDR video content delivers exceptional detail, color and contrast, with a far wider range of brightness than other video formats. The result is the most lifelike picture TVs have ever been able to create, with brilliant highlights and fine detail.
The difference is clear. You’ll see lifelike detail and stunning clarity, no matter what you're watching. 4K X-Reality PRO upscales images to near 4K clarity. See the details appear in buildings and trees as scenes become clearer, smoother and more natural.
Thanks to Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, experience more life, more texture and more energy in every scene with brighter highlights, deeper blacks, and more natural tonal gradation.
Motionflow keeps the action smooth
TV that keeps up with real life. Sony’s refresh rate technology (Motionflow XR) allows fast moving action sequences in sports and movies to be seen with precise motion clarity.
Quick access for YouTube & Netflix
Access your favorite movies and shows quicker than ever. With YouTube and Netflix buttons built into the remote, you are one click away from endless entertainment.
Enhanced sound and clear dialog
Make your listening as lifelike as your viewing. ClearAudio+ fine tunes TV sound for an immersive, emotionally enriching experience that seems to surround you. Hear music and dialog with greater clarity and separation.
|X930E Series||X900E Series||X850E Series||X800E Series||X720E Series||X690E Series|
|Screen Sizes||55" / 65"||49" / 55" / 65" / 75"||65" / 75"||43" / 49" / 55"||43" / 49" / 55"||60" / 70"|
|Resolution||4K HDR Ultra HD||4K HDR Ultra HD||4K HDR Ultra HD||4K HDR Ultra HD||4K HDR Ultra HD||4K HDR Ultra HD|
|Clarity||4K X-Reality Pro||4K X-Reality Pro||4K X-Reality Pro||4K X-Reality Pro||4K X-Reality Pro||4K X-Reality Pro|
|Contrast||X-tended Dynamic Range Pro XDR Contrast 10x||X-tended Dynamic Range Pro XDR Contrast 5x||Dynamic Contrast Enhancer||Dynamic Contrast Enhancer||Dynamic Contrast Enhancer||Dynamic Contrast Enhancer|
|More Contrast||Slim Backlight Drive+||Full-array local dimming and boosting|
|Color||Triluminos Display||Triluminos Display||Triluminos Display||Triluminos Display|
|Lifelike||4K HDR X1 Extreme||4K HDR X1||4K HDR X1|
|Motion Clarity||MotionFlow XR 960/120 Hz||MotionFlow XR 960/120 Hz||MotionFlow XR 960/120 Hz||Motionflow XR||Motionflow XR||Motionflow XR|
|Android TV Works With Google Assistant||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||No|
|Recommended Sound Bar||HTNT5||HTNT5||HTNT5||HTCT290||HTCT290||HTCT290|
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi||HDMI||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi|
|Screen Size||70 inches||74.5 inches||75 inches||75 inches||75 inches|
|Item Dimensions||37.5 x 61.8 x 12.2 inches||66.38 x 16.38 x 41 inches||65.9 x 13.4 x 41.3 inches||15.9 x 66.1 x 40.7 inches||65.9 x 12.9 x 40.9 inches|
|Item Weight||85.98 lbs||72.50 lbs||67.90 lbs||101.00 lbs||120.00 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz||60 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz||120 Hz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||4||2||3||4|
Discover color, clarity and contrast like never before with 4K HDR¹ from Sony. Watch as 4K X-Reality Pro creates a realistic picture by upscaling any picture to near 4K quality. Streaming has never been easier - YouTube and Netflix are one click away.
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70" / 178 cm
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1. It IS a smart tv
2. It DOES have hdr
3. It DOES have app store
4. It DOES have Crackle, Hulu, Youtube, Netflix, Chromecast, & many other features in Opera app store.
5. Haven't tested the Wi-Fi yet because I have it hard wired.
6. Does NOT work with Alexa though.
Bottom line...idiot people please stop writing bad review when you can't figure stuff out. You make others miss out on great stuff/things. If you all can't figure things out perhaps a book is better for your entertainment.
We went with this 70” version because we wanted a bigger screen Vs best quality. For a few hundred dollars more you can get a 65” 900 series and if you want the better picture that is the way to go. Before this TV we had a older Sharp quattron which was around 8 years old. It was a great TV and has stood up to hours among hours of use. If it wasn’t for us owning more 4K sources I probably wouldn’t have even upgraded as it still had a remarkable picture, but let’s be frank, with all the new technologies put into televisions in the last 8 years, almost anything would be an upgrade in picture quality. We sit quite far back from our TV and wanted a bigger screen as well as something that was a similar footprint. The old sharp TV had crazy huge benzels making this almost the same size hight wise and only a few inches bigger width wise as this is all screen compared to older TVs. If the cost of a 900 series wasn’t such a drastic jump from the 65” to the 75” I would have considered going that route. This TV perfectly fit out budget of $2000 CAD
Picture is amazing. Colours are amazing. 4K is great, The blacks are absolutely unreal. I can’t imagine going back to a TV that doesn’t have the Blacks pop the way this TV does.
Gaming,This TV is rated highly for gaming. If you play a lot of Games I highly recommend this TV. It has very low input lag and I’ve noticed no motion blur from it whatsoever. It’s stunning to watch certain games played in 4K and that’s only going to get better.
Reflection. The finish on the screen is awesome for some lights in the background. Our old tv we would have to shut off all the lights as the reflection made it extremely visible. Even though this is not the brightest tv, the finish allows the reflection to be quite tolerable.
The sound is apparently really good. I can’t compare that to much as I never use TV sound. I always have TVs connected to a receiver and enjoy my full surround sound.
Brightness, I wish this TV was a little brighter. You will not want to have this in a room with a ton of windows that have no curtains. Because this TV doesn’t get brighter it also effects HDR.
HDR! First off this TV DOES have HDR!! You need to select the scene called HDR. It however DOESN’T have the BEST HDR.
This TV is hdr10 COMPATIBLE (the standard that shows true HDR effects) Being compatible does not mean that it will show true HDR. If you have an Xbox one X for instance... this TV will check off all of the 4K HDR boxes, however that doesn’t mean it will display them correctly. This TV has an 8bit panel. In order to truly get hdr10 you need to have a 10bit panel. Look that up for more info. With that being said, HDR still makes a very noticeable difference. I’m sure my wife and kids would never notice a difference and I’m more of an audio guy then a video critic. Move a speaker 2” and it will drive me nuts. 8bit vs 10bit HDR I personally can care less and can ignore those faults and differences. However if you want a television where the HDR is gonna blow you away. Look elsewhere.
The Bad: this TV is horrible as a smart TV. I don’t need a smart tv as I run everything off of my Xbox One X which has an android box going into the HDMI in. On every TV I’ve owned I prefer using the smart features of a separate source rather then using what’s built into the TV, with the exception of a small kitchen TV we have mounted which has nothing connected to it and even that is a pain sometimes.
Overall: In my opinion you are not going to get a better bang for your buck if you want a 70”+ TV. There are some less then known and weaker brand names out there that you can get more for less. I want a TV that will last me another 8 years though like my Sharp Quattron that is still going strong and has just been moved to another room in the house. I highly doubt I will be unsatisfied with this purchase.
This TV is a great TV for mixed usage in a time where many TVs are made for very specific uses (example Movies,gaming, as a computer monitor)
DO NOT let some online reviews decide on your purchase. Go and see one for yourself if you can. I highly recommend this Tv to anyone who is in a similar situation and doesn’t want to go crazy spending money. $2000 is a lot for a TV, you can get a better TV for $2300 and then a better one for $2600, but you gotta think of where it ends. We set our budget and stuck with it and are very pleased with our purchase.
Many people are claiming this doesn’t have HDR (explained above that it does) many people like to think they know what they talk about when it comes to electronics in general. Maybe it’s the manly thing to do now like talking about Cars. Who knows. All I can say if make sure to get facts from people who actually know what they are talking about. Everyone seems to be a critic now days. Look for facts.
Now for the TV, it appears that there are 4K TV's and then there are 4K TV's?? Go into any TV retailer, Costco, Best Buy etc., and you're blown away by the quality of most of the 4K TV's. That's because they use specially filmed 4K videos that were taken in ideal conditions with great 4K cameras.
The real world feed from your cable company does not come close in quality. So, why buy an Ultra HD 4K when the signal you get is only in HD at best, 1080P. So that's why I got this one. It performs as good as one's costing twice as much.
This is for my man cave. My regular TV that I watch mostly in my living room is a OLEG tv, supposedly the top standard of today. They cost twice as much as regular 4K TV's these days and I can hardly tell the difference.
So until the broadcasts are all in 4K ultra, you won't see much difference.
I also looked at the 70" Vizio for about the same money, except it does not have a built in TV tuner! Meaning as long as you have cable it will be fine, but if you are in a remote area where you need to use an antennae, the Vizio will not work because it is essentially only a Monitor.
The one thing I would change is I would include the universal smart remote like Samsung does with all their new TVs. The Sony remote is something straight out of the 90s. But for the price point you really get the core of an HDR TV without all the extra fluff and gizmos.
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Low rating due to fact that tv freezes periodically requiring power down to fix.
Checked cable company’s& internet provider & they say it is the TV as I have the faster internet available!