|Item Weight||48.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||61.75 x 7.38 x 37.69 inches|
|Item model number||XBR65X800G|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
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Sony X800G 65 Inch TV: 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model, 65-Inch
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|Refresh Rate||120 Hz|
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- 4K HDR, - HDR10 & hog for Advanced detail and clarity
- Upscale to a more natural picture with 4K X-Reality Pro
- Content appears with lifelike Motion with Motion flow XR technology
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Wireless||HDMI||Wireless, USB, Bluetooth, HDMI||Bluetooth|
|Screen Size||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches|
|Item Dimensions||61.75 x 7.38 x 37.69 inches||57.10 x 11.10 x 35.70 inches||57.13 x 13.38 x 33.63 inches||57.63 x 13.50 x 35.38 inches||12.30 x 57.20 x 36.10 inches||63.00 x 38.00 x 8.00 inches|
|Item Weight||48.50 lbs||—||—||—||56.00 lbs||52.91 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||120 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||2||4||4||3||4|
Enjoy crisp, realistic details in your favorite entertainment with the X800G 4K HDR TV. Control your TV and smart home with your voice using Android TV and Google Assistant built in. 4K X-Reality PRO technology and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer technologies refine details and display contrast with stunning accuracy, making shows and movies come alive. Picture Modes: Vivid, Standard, Custom, Theater Pro, Theater Home, Sports, Animation, Photo-Vivid, Photo-Standard, Photo-Custom, Game, Graphics.
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65" / 166 cm
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Just wanted to warn everyone that Sony is shipping 2019 Android TV's with Android TV OS 7.0 from 2016 and no upgrade is available through the TV or on Sony's website.
Why should I care, you ask? Imagine for a minute if your shiny new iPhone XS came with IOS 9. It means that the TV is running an old OS with an obsolete version of the user experience and missing features instead of the new one being advertised by Sony and Google.
In other words, classic bait and switch.
I'm trying to decide who is more at fault here... Sony for shipping a new TV with a 3 year old OS or Google for allowing this anti-consumer behavior from their partners.
This is definitely going back to Amazon. I'm getting a non-Sony TV with an nVidia Shield for less money and a much better experience.
I recommend that everyone steer clear of 2019 Sony Android TV's until they can treat the platform and their customers with some respect.
I contacted Sony. They told me to allow 2 to 3 weeks for the update. It has been nearly 4 weeks. Still no update.
The TV itself looks great and works great but I bought it based on the fact that it would be running the latest version of Android and Sony told me (before my purchase!) that it would be. It is NOT. It is running version 7.0. Sony completely misled me (FALSE information) and Sony did not resolve the problem.
Things I really HATE about this (and you probably will too):
- The base stands really suck. Aside from feeling cheap (half plastic, half metal...WTF?!?), the television tilts slightly backwards. It's really odd and no sure why Sony did this. I'm replacing with this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N4KI7RJ
- The remote is a brick from 1992 and you have to really mash the buttons down to get them to function.
- Power cord is pretty short. Again, if you mount it on a wall, this won't be an issue.
- Shipping was slow and receiving the broken one was a bit frustrating. Amazon was cool about it though and even sped up the shipping on the replacement. (Bit of advice...CALL customer service, don't chat)
Things I really LIKE about this:
- Setup was pretty easy and not overwhelming (unpack it carefully - the metal base stands come in two parts each and are not packaged together in the box)
- Picture quality is amazing. I use the new 4K Firestick with it and everything is clear and crisp.
- My two cats never paid any attention to the old plasma television, but this one...they were fixated when NatGeo Wild was on...it was hilarious, but also says something about the quality and size.
Overall, I am pleased with this item and would recommend it. Yeah, there are better options out there, but this one is a good value for the price from a well-known brand.
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HI, Seller delivered on time - so all good with the seller. The TV itself has a good picture and sound. It has all sorts of interesting smart TV features, but it fails tremendously with connectivity. WIFI needs to be reconnected almost everytime that I turn on the TV. I need to re-enter the password. In addition I installed a soundbar and used the best possible connection with the HDMI ARC. That connection is sporadic at best. The soundbar is fine since it works well with the optical output. My Amazon Firestick is connected to another HDMI port and it follows the same connectivity schedule as my soundbar - so intermittent. I did a chat with SONY customer support. Following a factory reset it worked for approximately two days. If returning the TV was not such a pain I would return and chose another brand. I am hoping that SONY does a firmware upgrade to resolve this issue.
Even the box it came in was very easy to come off....clips at bottom.
Absolutely no regrets about this tv.....and I'm fussy.
TV synced with my older Sony surround sound flawlessly with auto turn on feature.
Voice recognition is good on the remote.
It's not the most intuitive menu. Interestingly, you can't cast Netflix to this TV - you have to use the remote. It also claimed to be compatible with my Alexa, but the only thing it can do is turn on and off through Alexa, and adjust the volume.
It's huge though and works well enough for me.
OTA (Over-the-Air) features are fantastic! Thank you Sony for not giving up on OTA like some Vizio models have. Sony's features are best in class. It's a little hard to find but if you press the "Help" button on the lower left of the remote and go to "Signal Diagnostics" it displays the Signal Strength, Number of Errors and SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio in dB). Very very useful when pointing the antenna in the best direction. It has both Auto Scan AND Add Scan. Auto Scan resets and scans for all available channels while Add Scan does not reset the found channels but adds any new channels found. This is great when you have intermittent reception of channels or, like me, you have two or more antennas and use an A/B switch to switch between them to get all the channels you can. You can also get rid of channels you don't like and Add Scan will remember. In addition, the ATSC chip Sony uses is excellent. Some channels come in week from the US and even below the 15 dB SNR, I can still watch shows without too much pixilation. I do not know what the receiver noise figure is as I use a preamp on all my antennas but that is what you should be doing anyway if you want OTA. Again, thank you Sony for doing a best in class job.
Regarding the TV Guide, It's powered by Grace Note which is a company that provides TV Guide services around the world so it's not some fly-by-night service and is supported by several TV manufacturers and provides programming info in Canada and the US. I am in Toronto and I can get CBC, CTV, CHCH, StarRay TV (Canada's only pirate channel), TVO, Radio Canada, Global TV, OMNI, OMNI II, CITY TV and occasionally CTV2 in Canada. I also receive PBS, Fox, MyTV, ION almost all the time and NBC and ABC (and maybe CBS) from Spring to Fall. Fortunately the Super Bowl was on Fox in 2020 so I got to see the American commercials rather than the lousy Canadian substitutions on cable (or cabal as I like to call it). I could get more channels if only I did not have a five story mid-rise condo in between my house and the US but at least I got PBS which is my favorite. In any case, all the channels I am able to receive show up in the TV Guide which pops up when you press the very nice "Guide" button on the remote. One weeks worth of programming with cover art and a decent description. Not only that, there is a "Genre" guide that groups shows into several categories such as Entertainment, News, Educational, etc.... It's actually quite a useful service. This is a whole lot better than the old way where broadcasting services provide a description of the show that is embedded in the TV signal over the air. I hated the old way because maybe you got a few hours worth of programming guide information. It's still available but the TV Guide tends to be more specific while the old type of programming info tends to be more general. I don't think broadcasters care that much about giving the 10-15% of the market that watches OTA. The old programming info is also know as PSIP for OTA geeks. Important note on TV Guide programming in the Greater Toronto Area, CTV and CHCH do not provide programming information for either the TV Guide or the old (PSIP) programming guide. They are not very cooperative with the whole cord cutter movement. CTV is owned by Bell which owns a cable company. CHCH almost went belly-up so they are not going to spend any money on programming. The Pirate channel, StarRay TV also does not provide programming info but they operate on a shoestring budget for a very limited audience.
Regarding Apps, I have had a Roku Box and Roku Box Pro and have been a fan of Roku for years but I no longer need them for this TV. I hope Roku stays in business as competition to make sure TV makers don't have a monopoly though.
There are also apps that some Pirate cable services use for those of you who are taking that route to lower your entertainment expenses. I don't "subscribe" to them as I am happy with what I get. There are some VPN services as well such as NordVPN and some others.
I have an old, 2009 sound system that supports most Dolby Audio and the TV works very well with it. I use the optical audio connection along with the HDMI Monitor feature. They talk to each other no matter which remote I use. Thank you for excellent support for sound systems. Even old ones. Only Netflix seems to have trouble with my sound system. It's probably some newer version of Dolby. Mine is 5.1.
If Sony is listening, my wish list is as follows. Please provide BlueTooth such that one or more people can listen to what is on the TV using BlueTooth headsets. Yes. I like that I can play my music on the TV which goes to my sound system but I think that if possible, you do the reverse so that I can listen while the kids are sleeping without having to buy another product to attach to the TV or sound system. Just a thought.
An even more important item on the wish list is to incorporate PVR functionality so that we can connect a USB drive and record at least the OTA channels even with only one tuner. Two or more tuners would be even better. Yes, we can buy clunky PVR devices but for some reason, they all have lousy ATSC receiver chip sets based on the old 2007 Samsung chip. The Sony receiver is much much better. It would be nice to have an app that manages this and be able to set future recordings from the TV Guide just like the cable companies. Complete integration. Thanks in advance!
As for other features, read other reviews as I think HDTV is enough resolution for me. What I saw in 4K is great but HDTV is still awesome. I am sure I am forgetting something important here but my review has already gone on and on long enough. Love this TV. Goodbye Vizio.
Still trying to sync / pair wireless headphones.