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|Product Dimensions||15.68 x 75.25 x 46.38 inches|
|Item model number||XBR85X900F|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
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Sony XBR-85X900F 85" Class LED 4K Ultra High Definition HDR Smart Android TV
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About this item
- Beyond High Definition: 4K UHD HDR picture offers stunning clarity, color range and detail
- Enhanced Quality: With the X1 Extreme Processor enjoy controlled contrast & wide range of brightness.
- Say It. See It.: Connect Alexa to your TV to stream smart camera feeds with your voice, play music, launch video apps, and more; Compatible with Amazon Alexa & Google Home
- Premium Display: Enjoy Vibrant Colors with Triluminos & Clear on Screen Action with X-Motion Clarity
- Dimensions(WxHxD): Without Stand 75 1/4 x 43 1/4 x 2 7/8 Inch, with Stand 75 1/4 x 46 3/8 x 15 5/8 Inch
- Multiple Inputs: 4 HDMI, 2 USB2.0, 1 USB3.0 & 1 Composite Port to Easily Switch Inputs
- Box Includes: Voice Remote, Batteries, Power Cord, IR Blaster, Operating Manual, Setup Guide & Stand
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|Connectivity Technology||Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB||Bluetooth||Wireless||Wireless||HDMI|
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|Item Dimensions||15.68 x 75.25 x 46.38 inches||9.10 x 9.10 x 9.10 inches||74.88 x 17.38 x 45.25 inches||81.50 x 14.25 x 48.31 inches||80.19 x 10.19 x 48.56 inches|
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BEYOND HIGH DEFINITION The Sony X900F model television offers the best in 4K HD TV picture quality. With stunning clarity plus high dynamic range color, contrast and detail, and full-array local dimming technology, enjoy a lifelike picture, enhanced contrast and remarkable brightness packed inside an incredibly slim design. ENHANCED QUALITY Featuring the X1 Extreme Processor, 4K X-Reality PRO and X-tended Dynamic Range PRO 6X, this tv offers superior brightness and a wide contrast range for a premium 4K television experience. Enjoy detailed and powerful real-time image processing whether you are surfing channels, watching a movie or playing a video game. PREMIUM DISPLAY The Sony X900F includes X-Motion Clarity technology and a TRILUMINOS display. X-Motion offers the best in fast action clarity to control blurriness and maintain smooth, clear and bright images whether you are watching a high-speed chase in an action movie or speed skating. TRILUMINOS combined with 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping provides the widest, brightest and most vivid color palette seen on a tv. VOICE CONTROL This tv offers voice control compatibility with Alexa and Google Home. Ask your tv to do things like cast and control videos from YouTube with Google Home or change the channel or volume with Alexa. And, with built-in Google Assistant, talk into your remote to play your favorite movie, check the score of your favorite team, and control your TV and even your home. MULTIPLE INPUTS Currently supporting HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision, this tv features 4 HDMI, 2 USB2. 0, 1 USB3. 0 and 1 Composite port for a variety of input/output options for easy switching between your favorite devices, gaming consoles and more. BOX INCLUDES Voice Remote Control, Batteries, AC Power Cord Spec (US, 2pin, flat blades, Polarity), IR Blaster, Operating Instructions, Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE, Table Top Stand (Assembly required). The power consumption (operation) is 380 watts while in stand by mode the power consumption is 0.5 watts.
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UPDATE: In all fairness, I owe SONY an update and after using the TV daily for the last two months I've come to respect the picture quality of this TV. In watching network news, we can clearly see the difference in camera quality, especially when side by side interviews are taking place. The newer HD camera's pop out a clean, crisp image which 4K wishes it will do so well. Older camera's still show nicely but the clarity is visible. We will have to wait for COX to update with industry in the FCC's anticipated roll out of ATSC 3.0. Our question now is: are all these high end sets that we are buying, especially the very expensive QLED and OLED sets ... are they ATSC 3.0 ready or are they, as the FCC reports now, still NTSC at the core?
I also need to report that we have been successful going right to a DVD or right to NETFLIX or right to MSNBC or HIST Channel without jumping through hoops. Our initial fear was that SONY's lend-lease program would aggravate us sitting by sitting but it has not.
Bottom Line: We changed the overall rating to 5 Start based on the picture quality only. This is simply because the picture is so enjoyable and from one sitting to the next does not disappoint. No bleeding, blacks stay black but do not conceal the Film Noir images.
Our 1st SONY was a glass semi-flat Trinitron, a 12" art deco push button carry around TV which lasted 40+ years. Our 2nd TV's were Sony Trinitron FLAT SCREEN TV's which we kept until we could no longer lift them (Over 25 years). If the heritage quality persists in this X900F unit, we will not need to buy another. We'll simply enjoy the ride. Cheers.
ORIGINAL REACTION TO THIS TV:
We've just set up our NEW Sony X900F. So don't take this as a final or full review. I will update as necessary. And we may not even keep the set.
We specifically requested (and checked the box for same) plain brown carton packaging. The Amazon order system agreed. For nought. It arrived in its original SONY box, advertising blazing so bright you could see what it was from a block away. So much for the first bump in the road.
After laboring to get the wall mount done and the TV hung, we sat back with one desire: to watch a DVD or Netflix show as a reward for a hard day. We just wanted to see how good, if at all, the TV was.
At power up, four small colorful "clocks" appeared, interacting with each other, and after 5 or ten minutes, these were replaced with a small gray swirling clock in the center. At least 30 minutes later the screen was still giving us the clock and now reporting it was "Checking For Updates". When this finally finished, the screen changed to a legal contract screen and it asked (sort of like Windows does) if we would download the updates now, including new APPS, and that it would take approximately 60 minutes to complete. Fortunately there was a "SKIP" option and so we moved on still hoping to watch a DVD.
The next screen was a Google instruction to log-in to Google. It wanted our GMAIL account & password and if not available, we needed to start one. There was no skip. We did have a GMAIL account, like many people, and so logged in just like we would log into GMAIL. Once in more legal screens related to Android and our willingness to abide by the US Laws regulating use. No skip button, no way out. ACCEPT or back out and do without the TV.
Exasperated, but knowing we could return the set, we hit the ACCEPT button and the TV then went Android feature by Android feature soliciting our agreement to install & use. This time there WAS a skip or a "no thanks". We opted out of the next four or five requests until the TV finally went to look for a cable connection or any live HDMI inputs. Finding none, I just pressed the "Netflix" button on the TV and everything became normal. We logged in, Netflix came right up and we finally were able to see the TV after an hour, maybe a little longer, of wondering "what in the world did we get into here ???".
I need to mention for those enamored with the idea of having your own 4K TV that its money better spent on a cheaper simply HD 1080P set. We are on COX cable. Cox has no 4K programming and has no plans to implement 4K.
Netflix prompted us, before showing us the selections, if we would accept UHD 4K streaming for only an additional $3.95 per month. We said "Okay". When we went to the Netflix selections, the UHD 4K selections were marked as such, about 1 in 75. In otherwords, NETFLIX has very few UHD 4K selections to stream. And it will probably be awhile because their portfolio of selections are simply regular DVD quality shows with a good many HD shows. The point here is: we were duped again.
So, no brown paper double packing, no warning that this TV was an Android device just like the smart phones, no warning that there was no way to just use the X900F as a simple TV or monitor, and of course, whenever you start up the TV you are aggravated by slow boot, incessant sales pitches, reminders that such & such is not set up, etc etc.
SONY & Amazon are like 3rd world Bazaar table sellers with glittering gold teeth, a smile to catch anyone's attention, but not a word of truth or helpfulness in the marketing of their products. My advice if you have not bought a set is get something simple like the Visio D series or just a large monitor and plug in what you want to use. If you already have a 1080P flat sceen.... keep it and save your money. The picture on the X900F isn't any better than 1080P because that is all companies are streaming or cabling. What a rip off.
We may or may not keep this aggravating thing.
Hope this helps someone.
Update: After 16 months of frustration I am dropping two more stars, see below for my original optimistic review. The tv picture is still great, however the software and complete lack of support from Sony makes me want to warn people not top buy Sony tv's until they get their act together. Most apps are still flakey, there is the pissing match between xfinity and android tv meaning HBOGO and Xfinity app won't work, I switched to Slingtv and half the time that does not work (have to unplug tv to reset). Worst, OTA channels do not have guide data anymore. We had several frequency migrations and more to come, each time I at least can rescan the new channels, but because Sony is too lazy to update their guide information the guide shows no channel information for all new frequencies. I have heard that it takes several months for this to be resolved, however every other tv (Vizio, Samsung, LG) had this corrected within a week. If you are looking for a decent monitor and plan to bypass everything software or tuner related, then this is a good tv, otherwise save yourself the aggravation.
So I was very irritated when my 5 year old Samsung 55" LED tv started shutting off randomly, especially since I have a 10 year old LCD version that still works fine. After much investigation it turned out to be a flawed (defective, should have been recalled) motherboard. I got a used replacement but I did not have much faith, so, time for a new present to myself.
I wanted a clear upgrade, but was not ready to shell $2-3,000 for the state of the art OLED's (specifically because there is limited 4k content as it is), so I targeted the high end 4k HDR level. I was not going to get another Samsung, so that left Sony, LG, maybe Vizio, I was not going to consider the Chinese specials so no Amazon special TCL, audio sucks on those anyway). Did my research and had some very helpful discussions (and a visual comparison at some retail stores). Vizio did not compete at the top quality level, and their color scheme seemed cartoonish. So we were at the LG 9000 series and this Sony (900F). In the end the Sony (most expensive) won out. LG worked best at the 8000 level for a much lower price point, but the dual database processing, superior contrast (look at this model side by side with the 800E model and you really see the difference), the Sony won the 900/9000 comparison. LG 9000 was almost the same price but the small specifics and the processing power won it for Sony. That said, there are some sacrifices I missed, but none that were a problem.
To start, there is no component input, which is a pain because one of my Directv tuners (goes through an HD PVR) used that output. There are issues with Directv if you have an HDMI cable connected and the tv is not on or tuned to that device when I make an HD PVR recording (which records on component). So, $20 for a component to HDMI adapter to connect that to the back of the tv. Fortunately there are 4 HDMI connectors, but I was counting on component to be the fifth input. There is a composite, but it needs an adapter which I think is the same as the old camcorder adapters, if you want an SD source like WII (see page 10 in the manual, I had a couple of these left over so no biggie there).
Setup was not painless, I tried to use the google app from my phone, but it didn't communicate well. Eventually I went in and manually set everything up, which was a chore because I didn't realize setup was hidden in the home screen (Thanks Tom'sHardware for your installation tweaks). Basically they want the tv to behave like a large android system.
At this point I have all my inputs setup, learned all my OTA tv channels, tested Netflix but have not installed Prime, Plex or Kodi yet. I had a Fire Tv cube that I was going to plug in here but it looks like that would be redundant (have not tested alexa commands to this tv yet, or ok google). I will update after I load software the way I want. I was pleased that there was an optical out for my SS receiver, although mostly I am using the tv speakers (sound quality was another big point for me).
Security, turned off Samba and any permissions I did not want to use (including its voice control). I'll see how it behaves over time. For now hard wired to my router so very good streaming. Prime does 4k at no extra charge (yeah Prime!), Netflix is another $3/mo (which I may not do, in fact might put them on hold for a while to try Hulu or something else).
Finally, video quality. My biggest complaint with my old LED was poor low light, high reflectance, and a ghosting image effect on black or dark images. (and it was 1080p). This tv seems to have all those covered. I have not been bothered with the soap opera effect on shows yet (default settings) so I will see how that works out over time, especially with more Bluray quality shows.
In summary, priciest of this class but also best of this class, and competes with the entry levels of the next class up. Plan for no component and an adapter (sold separately) for sd composite. Setup YMMV, but definitely go through all the privacy settings and only agree to what you want. It is app driven, and really built for streaming services and gaming. I probably won't bother upgrading Directv to 4k (satelite's days are numbered anyway if you have good broadband speed) but will explore all streaming and bluray has to offer.
Edit: So this is as much an android tv issue as it is a comcast/xfinity issue, and by that it means Sony should have thought first before getting involved. Xfinity refuses to let you register androidtv HBOGO, even though you have paid for it and it comes on your tv. This is incredibly stupid, and requires sideloads and usb or bluetooth mice, a real pain in the ass. Firetv had a similar issue (as did samsung) and those have both been resolved, seriously, get this resolves, you lost a star.
My only issues are 1) There seems to be a lag in loading internet content via apps, and 2) The apps seem to make the tv unresponsive. To be fair, I did NOT buy this TV to use apps, but thought it would be easier to give it a shot (I mainly use Netflix and Hulu).
Since I started using my xbox to run these apps, the TV hasn't required a reboot, and the content loads immediately (example: loading a Netflix show/movie on the tv would take 5+ seconds to load while the xbox is almost immediate).
In all, I would recommend this TV as an exceptional display, but not for the other features.
*I bought this TV a couple months ago.
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He seemed more concerned about gathering my personal data than he did with troubleshooting the problem.
Never had a Sony or DOA display before. Two firsts for me. Not a good first impression.
1. The audio search function sounded really cool however it actually only searches content on You Tube, which is really disappointing and hugely annoying (I really don't like You Tube!). So if I want to know the top news stories of the day it just bring up crappy, useless content posted on You Tube.
2. There are very, very few mainstream apps that work on the Sony platform. And even less if you live in Canada. For example, we can't use apps like CBC Gem, Crave TV, and a whole lot of others. I'd estimate only about 10-20% of the apps I would like to use are available through the Sony TV. So while it's a great TV it has limited use in my experience. I wish I had purchased a Samsung Smart TV.
The sales people I talked with on Amazon did not mention these limitations, which I find really disappointing. I will not buy electronics from Amazon again because of this.
This TV is the 2018 model (VA Panel) which offers super impressive color quality with full array of local dimming support (the light behind the display layer adapt to the picture display, improving the contrast ratio) that gets you enhanced contrast and incredible brightness by accurately balancing the light output across the screen via x-tended dynamic range PRO 6x. If you are also into gaming, you will find the motion handling to be excellent, giving you frustration free gaming enjoyment, with little to none input lag. It comes with X1 extreme processor that offers great low input lag, especially when playing 4k video. If you are using android box, you will be amazed as to how good this TV can upscale! The blacks in 16:9 blend into the rest of the screen and colors are vibrant. Thanks to this X1 extreme processor - The 4K Processor X1™ is an innovative technology that uses advanced algorithms to cut noise and boost detail. It works with 4K X-Reality PRO™ to produce pictures that are sharp, clear and incredibly lifelike. It takes every picture closer to 4K. Pixels across multiple frames are analysed and images sharpened and refined in real time. You will find this processor in Sony's OLED TVs.
Setup, Built and Look - Just cut open the tape on the top of the box and follow the instruction sheet on how to take your TV out. It should not take more than 5 to 10 minutes to put the legs on and put it on your TV stand!! Very impressed with the minimalist packin. Once the TV is out and you turn it on, along with the newest software version update, it took me roughly 20-25 minutes to setup. The overall look of the TV is slim, sturdy and elegant, although almost entirely plastic. For the 55" TV the stand measures : 39.2" x 10.6" - that much wide TV stand be required, unless you plan on mounting, if you decide not to hang. See my pics
🎮Gaming🎮 - if you are into gaming, you will enjoy all the 4k and HDR games out there giving you an immersive feeling with deep bright colors and brightness! Have played Uncharted 4 and God of War and enjoyed it thoroughly.
Inputs - There are 4 HDMI - all HDCP 2.2 (HDMI 3 is the only one with ARC, HDMI 2 and 3 are are hdmi 2.0), 3 USB( one of which is 3.0), 1 Ethernet, HRD10 support
Although it does have Ethernet port, i have mine run on wifi and it is smooth with no interruptions and mine is 75mbps download. WI-FI support is for both 2.4 and 5GHz
I have my Yamaha receiver connected to the hdmi with ARC input. This way, all of my inputs such as cable box, android box, PS4 and Raspberry Pi3 are connected to Yamaha. The sound comes through the surround sound speakers- this all via just 1 hdmi cable from receiver to TV's ARC input!
Smart Features -
This TV has
✔️ lots of apps ready to use such as Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Spotify, Sharing tools, built in chormecast. Many other apps are there but you have to either pay or they are useless
✔️ play store (not many smart platform offer this) so this is a big+
✔️access to Google Assistance
✔️2 4K HDMI2.0 ports - one is with ARC- so you can have cable box in one and for example 4K bluray player/XBox/PS3/4 in another to get true 4k experience
Settings - I recommend going to rtings site and adjust the color/contrast/brightness settings to begin with. You will then slowly have to make changes from there depending on how dark or bright your room is and what suits your eyes. Just out of the box, without any changes, it worked great for me. There are a lot of settings. But once you find the right settings, it is set and forget. Overall the picture quality is uniform across the screen- cant see any dark or bright spot difference across the 4 sides of the screen.
Remote- It does look cheap with lots of buttons, sometimes awkward to press, and difficult to find buttons in dark (does not illuminate). Sometimes, there is this lag with button pressed and thing happen , but I find the lag a little too much on my 850E! I hope Sony works on this. But what I like is this beautiful feature that I use often which is the Voice search - I just have to give command - play so and so on amazon prime, or you tube and that's what TV will show! You of course can ask other commands such as how is the weather, when is the next Blue Jays game etc etc.. If you have Google Home or mini, you will get response from it's speaker. You can even say switch to hdmi 2 with the voice command on your remote. Check out my video :)
📌Note that, You cannot give commands to change picture setting such as contrast or brightness. It will be great if Sony can embed this feature too!
My Sony remote works with my raspberry pi 3, meaning I can use Sony's remote to access Kodi on pi3.- I have Kodi on pi3, but you can have kodi on Sony TV directly!
Google Cast - My sister was over the other day and wanted to share some pics from her Samsung phone. It was as easy as opening her phone and casting it to my TV - it was flawless!
USB - if you have home videos and photos you can just have them in external HD and connect it to TV's USB. Then, go to home screen and select photo/video app and start watching! It works that easy! It can play a whole lot of USB playback codec - to name few - mkv, wmv, mpeg1,2,4, wav, mp3, avc, mov, xvid, jpeg etc etc.. It will also play 4k off your hard drive! Or you can have it centrally and access it through Plex app in your TV. You also have KODI app on the TV.
📌Note - from what I learnt- If you have a lot of videos on your hard drive, when you connect it for the first time, it may take as long as 15 to 20 minutes for your videos to be populated, so don't worry if you do not see them right away!
It comes with RF Blaster to use for example with sound bar or receiver to just have 1 remote for both - or if you are ok with some setup pain and have multiple remotes lying around, you can buy harmony home and sync all in 1.
Cons for me - These are some cons for me, depending on your situation you should be ok with some
❌ not a fan of the stand! If you are planning to mount it(Vesa 300x300), no worries, otherwise you will need to see how wide your TV stand is for it to stand on. Check the photos below! It is metal, it is sturdy and if you have or are planning to buy Sony sound bar, it will fit right in between (hence this design change). It also is designed so that you can hide all the cables behind. The 850E series comes with stand in the center(I prefer this), rather than sides. If you are considering mounting on the wall, I can recommend PrimeCables® Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount. I have it and it is very sturdy!
PrimeCables Tilt TV Wall Mount for 37-70 inch Curved/Panel TVs up to VESA 600 and 110 Lbs - Dual Full Motion Articulating Arm fits 16" Wall Wood Studs (Heavy Duty, Sturdy, Universal Design)
❌ The smart feature is not too user friendly. You will need to press a lot of buttons, scrolling etc to go to your desired app. Or you can use the voice search on remote to to open some apps
❌ I find majority of the buttons you will pressing crammed together in the center and the design is awkward. This to me is annoying 😬
❌ Still no Sony App for Alexa in Canada!
❌ I find the Tv speakers better than my 850E but still not too impressed, may be because I am so used to surround sound (5 speakers and 1 sub :)). If you are buying such a priced TV, I do recommend investing either in surround sound system or sound bar to have even better experience.
According to rtings VA panels are knows for image quality degradation at an angle, so how you are going to be watching the TV most of the time might be an important consideration. To be honest, I do not find a huge different standing at an angle if the scene is bright, but if it light, you will find it affects the brightness. Check out the pictures below
Comparing with 900E - If you are comparing 900E and 900F the main difference is Dolby Vision for 900F and X1 extreme processor vs just X1 in 900E. Also, you will find 900F to be brighter for HDR content and slightly better with fast moving scenes (less motion blur). According to rtings "We still don't consider Dolby Vision to offer a significant advantage over the standard HDR10 presentation. Yes, a Dolby Vision source will simply fall back to a standard HDR10 signal if connected to a non-compatible TV." According to Sony the X1 extreme outperforms their conventional 4k processor X1 with 40% more real-time image processing power! It uses 2 databases - one cleans the picture, reducing on-screen noise and the other upscale the resolution, improving clarity.
Ultimately, in my opinion it boils down to how you are going to be using this TV, how much you are willing to pay and what is important to you - Is it mainly cable, android box, movies or gaming? I mainly watch through android box for both tv shows and 🎬 movies and I am completely blow away by the up scaling, quality of the colors, the blacks, the brightness with my 850E. I am saving on cable and it was important for me to get a tv that does superior up scaling. I replaced my 10 year old Sony Tv. The 900F is superior in every way. It is worth your investment!
I own XBR65850E and you can find my review on amazon if you are considering a step down.
In the end, you will not be disappointed with 900F or 900E, however, if price is a factor and if there is a huge price gap, I would recommend 900E over 900F for following reasons
-Not enough Dolby vision content to justify the cost difference
-if you do watch Dolby vision content, it will show at least in HDR10 on 900E TV.
-The smart features are exactly the same on both TVs - so no upgrade here
Despite all the cons I have mentioned, I am extremely pleased with the TV's output and hence 5🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I hope you find my review helpful to decide if this TV is right buy for your or not. If so, please hit the helpful button below :). And don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions below.
Despite all that, the video on this TV is incredible and that is straight out of the box, I have not tried any fine tuning yet
Some say the OS is sluggish but in my opinion its definitely not frustrating just could be quicker. The x1 extreme chip is probably on par with say an Amlogic s912 android box for user interface feel.
Only downside is optimal viewing angles are narrow (not at all an issue if your wall mount allows a slight tilt to have TV facing directly at viewers location) and some Dolby vision titles are dark where as all HDR10 content is bright, crisp and truly stunning.
Have also done a good amount of gaming on my PS4 Pro and watching Netflix through the TV app. TV handles input lag very well, did not notice any during games like Apex legends, Madden 19, and Star Wars: Battlefront 2, very smooth in my opinion.
Almost all Netflix content had some static to an extent, but I think that is the stream, not the tv. Discs have no static. There is also a digital noise reducer setting i just noticed, I dont think I had that on when watching netflix.
Blooming is there, but it never bothers me, it only appears during loading screens and some title menus. But I have not noticed it during a game or movie yet.
I did not test the TV's speakers since I have it hooked up to my AV receiver and surround sound
Overall an amazing television, great picture quality and motion handling. Limited number of dimming zones does cause blooming sometimes, but not enough to worry