65” X850E 120Hz Smart LED TV
Sony’s XBR850 series has been a popular model among consumers since its introduction in 2013 with the XBR850A. I started reviewing this series with the XBR850B, and every model since then, which brings me to Sony’s latest release in this series – the 850E.
65″ QN65Q7F & QN657C 120Hz Smart LED TVs
Samsung’s Q7 series features the entry level models of their current premium lineup of which Samsung refers to as QLED quantum dot 4K Ultra HD TV displays. Samsung claims this latest technology is an improve over last year’s quantum dot tech used in their former SUHD TVs.
65″ MU8000 120Hz Smart LED TV
Samsung’s UN65MU8000 is part of the companies mid-tier line of televisions for 2017. The MU8000 is classified as a premium model, and replaces last year’s premium SUHD KS8000 model. However, the MU8000 is not in the SUHD class which was last year’s top-tier lineup, and has been replaced with the new QLED displays.
Featuring the MU6300, MU6500, MU7000, MU7500, MU8000, MU8500 and MU9000 4K HDR Ultra HD TVs
MU8000 – Image credit Samsung
The MU series class of televisions is a more affordable option that Samsung offers if you don’t want to spend the extra cash for its new top-of-the-line QLED series TVs.
Attention all TV viewing fans, there is a new option for watching live streaming TV… meet YouTube TV, which launched on Wednesday in five U.S. cities – customers in New York, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago and Philadelphia can now access the YouTube TV app.
65″ X930E 120Hz Smart LED TV
Sony’s new XBR930E offers improvements over last year’s excellent XBR930D with better video processing control and redesigned edge-lit backlight illumination, in addition to higher peak brightness for better HDR performance.
The X930E series is available in 55″ and 65″ screen sizes.
65″ X900E 120Hz Smart LED TV
The 2017 television models are beginning to hit big box stores and online retailers. And what better way to kick off my 2017 review season than with Sony’s new 65″ XBR900E… and as a prelude to the performance section of this review, I will reveal to you that this TV’s picture quality did not disappoint. More on this later.
Who Provides 4K Movies, TV Shows and More?
In my article 4K Ultra HD TV Explained, I spoke about available 4K content providers that included Netflix, Sony and YouTube. Well, a lot has changed since then, and today there are many more options available for 4K content. So I felt now was a good time to do a *2017 update on this article.
An HDTVs and More Product Profile
The 4K UHD Blu-ray disc player family will soon be growing by one. I know that’s not a huge number, but in the current 4K Blu-ray player market, which is very limited at this time with only a handful of available machines here in the U.S., one more player makes a significant impact in a product category that is in its infancy stage.
Sony’s XBR 2017 TV Lineup
Sony Electronics recently released info for its new premium XBR 4K HDR UHD TVs for 2017. This lineup will consists of the XBR-X800E, XBR-X850E, XBR-X900E and the XBR-X930E/XBR-X940E series. All models available now.