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Sony XBR65X930E 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review

Sony XBR930E

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.

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Sony XBR65X900E 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review

Sony XBR65X900E

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.

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Top Five 4K Ultra HD TVS of 2016 – HDTVs and More

Want to Know my Favorite TVs of 2016? – Then Check out my Top Picks from LG, Samsung Sony and Vizio

2016 came and went as quickly as any other year in recent past. And now that we’ve kicked off a brand new year, it’s time for me to look back and reflect on which TVs delivered the best performance (picture quality).

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Sony’s XBR800D, XBR750D and XBR700D 4K Ultra HD TVs

XBR750D

XBR750D

Sony Adds Five 4K HDR UHD Displays to Their Premium XBR Lineup

By now many of you have probably heard of Sony’s latest 4K Ultra HD TVs that were released this past summer. These new models were added to their current 2016 lineup, and are less expensive alternatives for anyone seeking one of Sony’s premium XBR televisions.

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Five 1080p HDTVs Profiled from LG, Samsung, Sharp, Sony and Vizio

1080p TVs – Still a Good Choice for High Definition Viewing

Are you in the market for a new TV, but still not concerned or interested in the latest rave of 4K Ultra HD TVs that are taking over the television landscape? If so, you should know there are still plenty of 1080p HDTVs currently available, although in much smaller numbers and available models since manufacturers are now focusing most of their production efforts on 4K models. With that said, 1080p models still deliver excellent picture quality and usable features such as a decent smart TV interface/platform, all at a cheaper price.

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