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Sony - 65" Class - LED - Z9D Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR-Front_Standard
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  • Q: Does it support Dolby Vision?  (6 Answers)

    By SinGA 

    • Best answerHi SinGA! The Sony XBR65Z9D TV doesn't support Dolby Vision. You can check this link for more details: https://docs.sony.com/release//specs/XBR65Z9D_mksp.pdf . -Anthony

      By SonyListens 

    • Best answerHi Axeffects, the TV's native refresh rate is 120Hz. -Erin

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  • Q: What are the dimensions of this TV? Height, width with stand, and length.  (2 Answers)

    By Joe 

    • Best answerHi Joe. Here are the dimensions of the TV: TV only. 57 5/8 x 33 3/8 x 3 1/8inch (1462 x 847 x 78 mm) L x H x W TV with stand: 57 5/8 x 36 1/4 x 10 5/8inch (1462 x 920 x 268 mm) L x H x W Thanks, -Mark

      By SonyListens 

  • Q: What should I be looking for in a 4K TV  (2 Answers)

    By pharaohmen 

    • Best answerHi Pharaohmen! If TVs are measured on picture quality, then the Sony Z-series stands alone. Near perfect black levels combine with the ability to reproduce the brightness and color of the real world, while your favorites get upscaled and enhanced to look like 4K HDR. It’s a viewing experience that can’t be replicated. You can check this link for more info: https://docs.sony.com/release//specs/XBR65Z9D_mksp.pdf. -Anthony

      By SonyListens 

    • Best answerSony will not be offering this model in the 55. The 65 is the entry level unit this time around.

      By CNOTE 

  • Q: Is this tv edge lit or back lit  (3 Answers)

    By Pele 

    • Best answerIt's not edge lit so my assumption is that it's backlit!

      By Bbolt 

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    • Best answerI am currently on my third Z9D 65inch in less than 3 months. The first lost half of the screen after a download update four days after the Geek Squad set it up. The second developed a horizontal white line about 2/3 from the top 10 days after it was delivered and set up. So far the 3rd is working great. This has a great picture when it is working. I have now met with several techs who came out and replaced my previous tvs. They had not seen the problems that I experienced. My first was plugged into a surge bar. The second into a battery backup surge protector. The techs thought that the download caused a problem in the first failure. The second was a chip failure. I asked what to replace it with if the third failed and they recommended the LG Oled series.

      By RJoseph 

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    • Best answerOled had better sound as it uses acoustic vibration that emits directly from the screen. Therefore,.it fill the room and adds more of a mutlidirectional sound perspective and experience. It is also louder and fuller. I would not decide based on sound and not saying z9d is poor ... just not as advanced. A soundbar is good for either tv given the picture quality of both.

      By akinonis 

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  • Q: What 3D glasses go with this set Does BB sell them?  (2 Answers)

    By RichG 

    • Best answerHi RichG, The TV is already supplied with the TDG-BT400A model. It is also compatible with the TDG-BT500A model which is an optional accessory. Kindly check with Best Buy for availability. You may also refer to this link for more product information: https://docs.sony.com/release//specs/XBR65Z9D_mksp.pdf ~Ralph

      By SonyListens 

  • Q: Does it have 3D and PinP?  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerHi, this unit has 3D feature. However, it doesn't have PiP. You may also refer to the link below for more information about this unit. Thanks! ^Ron https://docs.sony.com/release//specs/XBR65Z9D_mksp.pdf

      By SonyListens 

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