Sony 85" X900F 4K Ultra HDR Smart TV
Sony 85" X900F 4K Ultra HDR Smart TV
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With plenty of smart features packed in an ultra-slim profile, the Sony X900F 4K Ultra HDR Smart TV is sure to be the focal point in any room. Featuring an LED direct-lit display, the TV uses Sony's X-Motion Clarity technology to enhance fast-moving images and reduce motion blur Read More

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Nalzy
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Jul 6, 2019
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I almost bought this but then double checked, Newegg has this for $3,199.00 thinking about buying there...
Jul 6, 2019
njdevilsfan
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Jul 3, 2019
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you can grab one on Greentoe for 3299 if your interested!
Jul 3, 2019
Tanios
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Jul 3, 2019
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Can someone explain to me why I'd spend $3600 for a TV that has neither OLEDs nor specifies the number of dimming zones?
Jul 3, 2019
ItWasGreat
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Jul 3, 2019
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The next best picture compared to OLED without any of the OLED drawbacks at a better price point than OLED for size...to name a few reasons
Jul 3, 2019
jimbolaya
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Jul 4, 2019
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If you can find a 85” OLED for anywhere near this price, go for it. And pick one up for me, too, please.
Jul 4, 2019
KennyS
137
Nov 23, 2018
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Amazing TV at a great price. Here is the rtings review: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900f
Nov 23, 2018
KennyS
137
Nov 30, 2018
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$4100 I believe
Nov 30, 2018
satseh
65
Jul 6, 2019
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its 3600 right now
Jul 6, 2019
Floppie
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Nov 22, 2018
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Dear display manufacturers, You need to start including in your marketing material the actual panel refresh rate, not your BS backlight strobe rate.
Nov 22, 2018
EdinNJ
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Nov 22, 2018
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I have the 75 inch version of this TV and it's fantastic. A major leap in speed of everything from the last model - a neighbor has the previous model, and a lot of functions are laggy, where on mine, things snap fast. First TV I've seen, other than the OLEDs, that can match the blacks of my old plasma TV. It's also bright enough for those daytime games and races without having to black out the windows around it. I don't care for how much stuff they've piled into the TV menus - so much stuff that I was scrolling and scrolling through during setup, that option was at the very, very end. If you get this, search for and try out some of the image tuning recommendations. They're much simpler than you see for most other 4K Ultra HDR TVs out there. With the recommended settings I found online, I was able to get the image pretty close (two tiny tweaks away) from what I then did with my screen profiling gear. One other thing, which I can't say if it's a Sony idiosyncrasy or not, is, if you're upgrading you MAY need to re-hang your wall mount. My wall mount was put up for a 70 inch screen several years back. When I upgraded to a different brand at 70 inches, when the TV was mounted, it was the same distance from my center channel speaker as with the first. When I put the Sony 75 inch up... it's a good five inches HIGHER from the speaker than the last. So check the measurements before you mount...
Nov 22, 2018
scallowa
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Nov 11, 2018
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Is this drop with an authorized retailer?
Nov 11, 2018
Sythrix
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Nov 11, 2018
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"Included: Sony 85-inch X900F 4K Ultra HDR Smart TV
  • Sony’s 1-year warranty
" They could not include the warranty if it was not an authorized retailer.
Nov 11, 2018
Bull2
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Nov 10, 2018
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I live in Michigan. Are taxes charged on these purchases?
Nov 10, 2018
Wysiwyg1652
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Nov 9, 2018
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Sony was a laggard to the Dolby Vision party. Though they now support Dolby Vision, it is a "streamlined" version that Dolby created specifically for Sony (because of a constraint related to processor capability on the Sony TVs). So you need to have components that specifically support the Sony version of Dolby Vision for them to work with these TVs. If this sounds confusing, that's because it is confusing! If you have a recent Sony UHD Blu-ray player it will read the Dolby Vision meta data on the disk and down convert it to the version that the Sony TV supports. Sony needs to get their act together and phase out this one-off variant in 2019. If Dolby Vision is important to you, recognize that you will like have headaches getting a Dolby Vision video feed from external devices. Should not be an issue for apps on the TV though. Good price for an 85" TV of this caliber though.
Nov 9, 2018
dreamsindigital
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Aug 28, 2018
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It wasn't that long ago that the 850D (the last model an 85 inch was available in as there was no 85in 850e) was going for 6-8 grand depending on seller and time of the year. To get a 900F over an 850F for $4500 just goes to show how much pricing has changed over a relatively short period of time. You can thank a combination of OLED and general advancements in LCD tech for this, especially the former. I got in on the LG C7P 65in OLED drop on new years day, and while that has been a GREAT set the room it is in is about 25x25ft so I'm not getting what I could out of 4K resolution unless I sit closer than where my sofa should be placed given the layout of the room. A projector isn't an option because of input lag, and last I checked none of the projectors can do 4:4:4 @ 60fps 4K except one from Sony that is about $50,000 MSRP. This drop, like many items on Massdrop, has me wondering whether the kids really need a college education ;)
Aug 28, 2018
Blueridge77
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Aug 29, 2018
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That’s what student loans are for...
Aug 29, 2018
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