|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||41.5 x 25.98 x 5.98 inches|
|Item model number||XBR43X800E|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Sony XBR43X800E 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model)
|Mounting Type||Table Mount|
|Connections||Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB|
|Supported Internet Services||Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, YouTube|
About this item
- Works with Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately).
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 38 x 22 3/8 x 2 1/4 Inches. Tv with stand is 38 x 24.37 x 9.62 in inches
- 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.
- Edge-lit LED produces great picture quality with sleek slim design. Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Voice-control your TV with Amazon Alexa compatibility. 60Hz native refresh rate plus Motionflow XR gives you great motion for all types of content.
- Inputs: 4 – HDMI, 2 - USB2.0, 1 – USB3.0, 1 – Component/Composite Hybrid, 1 – Composite.
- Includes: AC power adapter; IR Blaster; Operating Instructions; Quick Setup Guide; Table Top Stand & Voice Remote Control.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||StuffRich Global Trading, LLC|
|Connectivity Technology||Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB||HDMI||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi||HDMI, Bluetooth, Ethernet, Wireless, USB|
|Screen Size||43 inches||42.5 inches||43 inches||40 inches||43 inches|
|Item Dimensions||41.50 x 25.98 x 5.98 inches||38.25 x 2.25 x 22.50 inches||37.90 x 7.60 x 24.70 inches||35.60 x 7.20 x 22.70 inches||8.50 x 38.30 x 24.80 inches|
|Item Weight||30.00 lbs||20.70 lbs||—||18.70 lbs||17.60 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||4||2||3||3|
Enjoy truly remarkable 4K HDR clarity, colour and contrast. Rediscover every detail in 4K HDR while TRILUMINOS Display adds a brilliant picture that’s closer than ever to real-world colours. And with Android TV, find all the entertainment you want, faster than ever. Broadband speed of at least 2.5 mbps recommended for sd services, 10 mbps for hd streaming or 4k downloads, 20 mbps for 4k ultra hd streaming. Wireless connectivity requires 802.11 home network 802.11n recommended. Requires compatible devices connected to the same network. Google cast requires mobile devices with android 2.3 or higher, or ios 6.0 or higher and chromecast application. Google play using android tv remote control application requires android 4.0 or higher not available for ios. Voice search is available using the included remote control, android tv remote control application with android 4.0 or higher, or using sony tv sideview application available for android 4.0.3 or higher or ios 7.0 or higher
In the box: Voice Remote Control (RMF-TX300U), Batteries (R03), AC Power Adaptor (ACDP-120E03, ACDP-160M01), AC Power Cord Spec (US 2pin, Inlet C7, Straight), IR Blaster (1-849-161-12), Operating Instructions, Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE (GA), Table Top Stand (Separate, assemble required)
Visible screen diagonal
43" / 110 cm
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*****UPDATE (after 1 year of constant use)
I am still very pleased with this purchase. It was the best value for the money and I wouldn't replace it with any different unit that was even $500. more. I've called the Sony Support people just to help set a few things up and they were easy to reach & very helpful.
I bought Sony Blu-ray player & a moderately priced sound bar that came with a good separate Bluetooth bass. It is good & bassy enough that my poor husband occasionally gets woke up at the opposite end of the house when I am watching movies late at night! It also works with some of the Sony Bluetooth speakers that make it a 5.1 set up in the future. I also bought an additional Sony Blu-ray player that is a World all regions player so I can buy any Blu-ray or DVD sets from Amazon UK for example & they play! Occasionally, titles have better features on other regions versions & prices!
When I say this TV has been used constantly I mean often up to 18 hours a day! We live out in the middle of nowhere & are retired/disabled so this is our main entertainment. And I've been a Home Theatre enthusiast since Video Tape players got invented in the 1980s. I have tried to buy the best quality in moderate-lower high end components. I have always done much research before making my purchases. Hope this all helped!
and easy to read text, and gorgeous picture and video
resolution. I bought this TV to use as a PC monitor and
I was not disappointed. Lots of room to have multiple pages or items open at one time. 4K video is amazing. Side visibility is excellent and improved over the X800D. Dark colors are dark. The remote is well thought out and easy to use. Applications can be brought up easily by using rotary selector or even easier with microphone allowing one to simply state what you want. To select a new application one simply backs out of previous application before selecting a new one. There are separate buttons on the remote for Netflix and Google Play. Action button brings up settings. Discovery button brings up a plethora of apps.
Physically the TV is attractive with a screen only 5/8 th
inch thick and a screen nearly all picture with minimal
border. The frame is clad in black aluminum and is very
attractive. Plenty of connections on back of TV. The stand is attractive and is as nice as that came with the
X800D. I know I ordered one for the X800D and chose to use the one that came with the TV. Not sure if other would have fit but it was not any better. I have played some video games with the TV and it will be excellent in
that regard as well. I just got a new 55" LG OLED TV in
the same den room and the colors on the Sony blow away the LG. The blacks are better on the OLED but that is expected with OLED technology. My advise is to
buy the TV you won't be disappointed. Recent price drops make it a bargain. Dropped $50 right after I bought it from my local dealer and hope Sony will pass
along price drop to me. Even at higher price I am very happy with my purchase. So will you.
The software is just so awful that I HATE using this TV. Every button press takes seconds to take effect, if it even works at all (which makes toggles like mute especially fun...). Interface is badly designed, clumsy and tiresome to use. Default settings make picture quality much worse than the hardware is capable of (you have to go and turn off scores of counterproductive image processing settings... for every single input). It also freezes and crashes pretty regularly. You can't even watch a DVD with a normal aspect ratio. Nothing about the software is high quality.
I was thinking about switching from an iPhone to an android phone, but this experience put me off that idea for good!
UPDATE: it has completely stopped working twice and we've had to factory reset it both times. The hardware is also garbage. Two of the HDMI ports have working - in that if you plug anything into them the TV crashes and most be rebooted.
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There is one thing that I am extremely disappointed with this TV - the lack of ability of customizing the TV operations. It doesn't sort and organize the channels in the order that I want. Managed to find a workaround but it involves 3 or 4 steps and who has the time or energy to do that every time one wants to change the channel!
I'm not a big fan of the Android OS either. It's very clunky and so not 2017! I am also surprised that a reputed brand as Sony still has a remote control of the 70s. Only cool feature on the remote is the voice command. However, it only works for searching the internet. It doesn't change the channels or volume. It does do some other operations like accessing the apps but it becomes kinda hard to remember which operations it does or doesn't. The voice command is very handy but how much internet browsing does one do on TV?
I do a lot of YouTube viewing on TV. This TV connects super fast to the YouTube app from your phone. However, it loses the synchronicity with the phone for apparently no reason. For instance, you might be watching a video that you have pushed through your phone and at some point wanna forward or go backward only to realize that the phone app is no longer in sync. You then have to disconnect and reconnect again and in so doing, you lose all of your queued playlist.
These little things are extremely annoying to me...especially when your previous and cheaper TV was performing those things better.
Image output wise, this is the best TV I have ever owned...very satisfied. However, operation-wise / navigating through the TV, I am extremely disappointed.
- Great colour.
- Motion Flow is excellent for watching anime, making it really smooth.
- Backlight bleed is not bad for an ips pannel.
- Corners are noticably darker.
-Four dead pixels out of box, it is not visible for two meters viewing distance, so not a huge issue. But if you are planning use it as a monitor and sit any closer, it is noticeable in a white background and annoying.
-For any content that is not 16:9 ratio, like movies, there is a great chance that Motion Flow will not work. Apperently it is an old bug reported since 2017 (or maybe earlier), and Sony haven't fix them. It is disappointing because I bought this TV for its excellent motion handling, but it won't work for many movies. It can be fixed by using kodi to reduce the black bar of the source content a little bit, then Motion Flow will work. But for an expensive TV like this, such an old bug should be fixed by Sony.