Category Archives: Sony TV Reviews

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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Sony XBR75X940D 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review

Sony XBR75X940D

75″ X940D 120Hz Smart LED TV

I hadn’t planned on doing a review of the Sony XBR75X940D anytime soon; but after recently getting the opportunity for some hands-on time with this display, I felt compelled to share with you what I experienced… first, I’ll get right to the point and simply state that I was blown away by its jaw-dropping picture quality!

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Sony XBR65X850D 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review

Sony XBR850D

65″ X850D 120Hz Smart LED TV

The XBR850D is Sony’s entry level series in their current premium lineup. It is available in 55″, 65″, 75″ and 85″ screen sizes.

When compared to last year’s popular X850C, it does offer an improvement in screen brightness, but it also falls a bit short in a few crucial areas of performance when compared to its previous counterpart. Read on to learn more.

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Sony XBR65X930D 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review

65″ X930D 120Hz Smart LED TV

Sony’s latest lineup of premium XBR displays is heavily focused on HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology for its substantial increase in picture quality when compared to standard dynamic range TVs. HDR brings a whole new visual experience to television viewing in the comfort of your own home in the form of increased contrast with a greater range of peak brightness (highlights) and black levels, in addition to a wider color gamut for a rich and vibrant color spectrum, as well as better picture detail.

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