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Sony - 49" Class - LED - X800E Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1084 reviews

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  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Bad image in dark scenes; Sony doesn't care

    Posted
    Lynn
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    This TV has really bad black levels. Any scenes in games, movies, television shows, online videos, etc. will converge into mushy blackness. Bright images are great. so you're looking at 50/50 in picture quality. My review is 1/5 because of the Sony support that came with this problem TV. I bought this Bravia in April of 2017. I was told by the Best Buy sales rep that this model was perfect for my situation, because I was looking for a budget 4K TV and I wanted a TV that could do clear blacks on a screen; the salesman's response was that edge-lit was perfect for that. I had recently bought a Nintendo Switch, so I was only looking at vividly bright imagery and was happy with my purchase. Then I checked out the live action "Beauty and the Beast" movie on Blu ray. Turns out that film is set in a dark castle and you can't see anything on the Sony Bravia 800E. Sony support then proceeded to send me through task after task of troubleshooting options (each time creating a different event ID for me that would never carry over to a new support troubleshoot when the previous inevitably failed). I was told to factory reset, hard power-off the unit, was sent multiple configurations for settings (like even motion and clarity that have nothing to do with the brightness of the screen). So much time passed that I was unable to return the unit to Best Buy for a refund, so Sony suggested a replacement unit sent to me after I returned the "broken" unit to them. I obliged, and two months into this purchase, I received a replacement unit that did the exact same thing with dark images (on the smart TV apps and on all of the devices connected to it). I was sent through the same process online through troubleshooting support (similar configurations, factory reset, even a screen mirroring session that had no results either). While the second wave of troubleshooting emails were sent to me, I did some literature searching online, and found out that edge-lit LED backlighting is the worst for televisions, especially those that incorporate HDR (high dynamic range) settings. The Bravia 800E has edge-lit backlighting, which is why it's a "budget TV' at $850...it saves on cost for Sony. I also found that HDR doesn't have a standard so far, and companies can just slap "HDR" on their boxes when they have some way of increasing the output of either bright colors or dark blacks. I think this unit was one that excelled at bright colors and Sony left it at that as far as testing (reviews of this TV on Rtings.com shows that this model has terrible black levels on it). So I went through the same customer support, and explained my findings to Sony. "This is not the TV I'm looking for, I want something that could show dark images without turning the whole screen black. Can I have a refund?" It's August now and Sony has already replaced the TV once. They recommend having me return this second unit for another replacement (but this time, mention that this would be a one-time exchange and further issues could not be returned). I explained that my issue isn't going to be fixed with a replacement of the same model. I was then told that I could return my TV for store credit within Sony and use that to get a different model, either one that was the same price or a different one that would mean me paying the difference. I looked at their catalog, knowing that this edge-lit 800E series was the cheapest they had, and anything that might not have the same issues I'm having (e.g. a TV with full array or OLED backlighting) would cost way more than what I paid for this TV that doesn't function as a standard TV (something that produces a visible picture in light and dark). Then the support rep asked me to submit my receipt from my original purchase (the one from April) and he would put in a request to get a refund since I couldn't afford any higher end models from Sony. I sent proof of the TV I bought 4 months ago. I received a phone call the next day where I was informed that I had the option to return the TV for a replacement unit (one time exchange noted again). I asked what happened to my request for a refund. I was put on hold for 23 minutes, and then greeted by a manager who informed me that I could not receive a refund and that I could take the exchange or return the TV for an upgraded model with the cost difference put on me. I said the exchange wouldn't fix my problem and I couldn't afford any higher model units from Sony (that was the point of getting the 'cheapest' one). So they asked if they could close my case since I wasn't taking the solutions they'd given me. I said to close it, and that I was not satisfied or okay with the results. I still have this TV. The cost of $850 for a budget TV that doesn't work properly has put me in a bind because I cannot justify buying a replacement model from somewhere else currently. So I just grind my teeth anytime I watch something on this unit for now; basically, I don't watch or play much of anything because of the uncomfortable situation Sony put me in as a consumer.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    a hole in the screen

    Posted
    ED2212
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    This TV is great except one thing (a hole or a chip in the screen) - more on that below. It has ample inputs for HDMI x 4 and USB x 3 ports. I like clarity of 4K and HDR. The TV is light enough for one person to carry and move around. The remote is light but feels a little cheaply made. But it is not an issue for me since I’ll be using Harmony remote to control all my devices. Physical setup was easy. But registering or setting it up with your Google account takes a bit of time. Setting are extensive too. Took a while for me to get 4K from my Xbox One S. But that’s ok. I like learning new things and playing around with them. The screen is semi-glossy. Not a fan of it but I can overlook it. But my TV came with a tiny hole in the screen out of the box. That tiny hole is about half an inch above the bottom border, slightly on the right side above the SONY logo. The size of the tiny hole is about 0.1 cm in diameter. It is small but very noticeable when the TV is on. I went to customer service at Best Buy and the guy tried to scratch it with his nail making the hole slightly bigger. He tried to wipe it clean with the screen cleaner too. After he realized that none of those fixed it, he told me that there wasn’t anything that could be done to fix it since it had been more than a couple of days after I picked it up. I didn’t buy the protection plan because none of the other products I purchased previously from Best Buy needed it. Since I didn’t have protection plan, he recommended me to contact Sony to see if they could do anything. I contacted Sony afterwards. The lady on the phone said because it was a physical damage, the warranty is voided. I needed to have some technician evaluate the issue. She gave me a list of cities to go to for evaluation but none of them were proximity to San Francisco or Daly City. I am not planning to travel to other cities. I went back to Best Buy to talk to a supervisor. He said that if it was physical damage, I needed to come in within 7 days with the box and all the packaging to see proof that the issue was from the factory default or from shipment. Unfortunately, it had been about a month and I didn’t have the box or packaging anymore. So I am stuck with the TV with the hole in screen. It really is annoying. Lesson learned: If you notice some physical damage, go into BB immediately within 7 days. Oh, and I learned this from the supervisor. I can’t seem to find that policy anywhere on the BB site. Would I recommend this TV? Yes, but make sure you play around with (or investigate) the TV as soon as you receive it to make sure everything looks and works fine. Am I happy with my purchase experience? Definitely NOOO!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Avoid at all costs

    Posted
    TylerF

    I bought this TV a little over a month ago, and while the picture is nice enough, the quality and Sony's customer service have been an absolute nightmare. As part of the television set-up process, you'll be prompted to download a software update. Once you do so, the television will make an ear-splitting beeping/popping noise for 1-3 seconds each time you pause live television or pause, rewind, or fast-forward through a recorded television program. There is no known workaround, and once the update is downloaded, there is no going back. I am a Spectrum (Time Warner) customer in New York City, but the cable service doesn't seem to matter - there is a forum on Sony's support site that consists of almost 30 pages of complaints from people with the same problem all over the country, regardless of which cable service they use. If you plan to watch recorded programs on your television, it will happen to you, too. This issue has resulted in many angry customers and even a Forbes article, but Sony doesn't seem motivated to fix it. On the support forum, a Sony representative said a fix would be available to download by mid-end February. Now it's mid-March, and there's been no fix and no follow-up. I finally decided to call Sony last night. After 45 minutes on hold, someone in an offshore call center spent several minutes talking through a script and getting information from me, then put me on hold, and then, after a few more minutes, disconnected me. Although he took down down my phone number and email address, I got no call back from this individual, or from anyone else at Sony. If this sounds like the sort of experience you want to have after spending nearly $1,000 on an item from what is supposed to be a superior brand name, then this is the television for you!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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      Hi TylerF, We are sorry to hear what happened. We would like to hear more from you. For further assistance, please contact us at socialsupport@am.sony.com and include all information such as model/serial no, address, phone number, and case number so that we can assist you. Thank you. -Jay sony_US

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    For the price - A very good 4K TV

    Posted
    AzPatman
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    Android based OS for the TV. Was able to pair and setup pretty easily with my tablet. Great picture quality. Set up with my home audio system - so I'm not using the built-in speakers. Using the Wired Ethernet for streaming, but the built in apps were able to sync up with my accounts and work just fine. Setting up with DirecTV and AppleTV remote Control functions for use with the Sony remote was easy and a nice feature to have. But here's why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. The stand seems a little flimsy (in my opinion.) It's a plastic stand with just a little metal supports to add some rigidity Would have liked to have seen a solid center post stand. It seems to want to lean back a little with this setup. The main system settings on the TV's OS... When you get to the 'settings' menu - you'd expect to have "Settings" option first in the menu, yet you have to scroll down through all the other installed apps just to get to the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu. Actually had to google search on where it was. 4K HDMI input. One of the main reasons I bought this was to start using the 4K Apple TV and XBox options, and BluRay. While the specs (on BestBuy's website) shows that all four HDMI's are HDCP 2.2 enabled, only two of of the four HDMI are 4k Enabled. And those two are ones the side of the TV, and not in the back. Rather than being able to hide the HDMI connections discreetly - you seen them sticking out and hanging off the side. Also - the 4K options are disabled by default in the settings. You have to turn them on in order to get your 4K devices to work problem to take advantage of the screen quality. Other than that - Very satisfied with this TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Superior Picture Quality

    Posted
    JonKCMO
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    I have one primary criteria in judging a TV: picture quality. This Sony TV met and exceeded my expectations. The colors are rich and the picture crisp and clear. And, perhaps most significantly, black levels are deep dark yet subtle. I have motion enhancement turned off and the picture preset set to Graphics:Animation (though I watch no animation) for all sources and, for the most part, do not monkey with the settings beyond that. The motion enhancement is good if you're into that; I am not. The other presets,are generally too overwrought for my sedate viewing taste. The built-in speakers are anemic, which is to be expected. I output audio via HDMI ARC to a simple Onkyo 3.1 home theater setup. Sound has sometimes been a challenge, but overall I am pleased and any deficiencies are probably limitations of my setup or my competence. Dependent upon the source. I fluctuate between setting the audio receiver to Direct (allowing the TV to manage all sound enhancement) and setting it to "Theater Denominational". I am pleased (thrilled) with the Android TV OS. It is a bit sluggish as others have reported, but with system updates it is better. Built in Chromecast is great and more stable than the 1st generation external Chromecast I had been using on other sets. I have no use for the online channels and content. I generally stream through my PC, connected by HDMI.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Hi JonKCMO, We are glad that it's performance meets your standard. We appreciate your time giving this feedback. Thank you for choosing Sony.-Jay sony_US

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Avoid the sub $500 4K's

    Posted
    PixelPunk
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    I've owned the 50" Insignia 4K, and several of the Samsung 6290 and 6300 series 4K's. The Samsung 6290 is a joke. The Insignia was definitely tolerable but had no trumotion option. This Sony, double the price of the Samsung, is worth every penny. It has a fine Android OS, 4K 60HZ 4:4:4 option (make sure 4K content for the ARC HDMI port is set to Enhanced/Native, otherwise you will only see ycr or rgb color modes). The panel's clarity is amazing. The lighting is great. The sounds the menu make are satisfying. Easy to navigate. It has quite a few options. TruMotion blows me away. I watched a 4K movie with HDR and TruMotion on and it was a brand new experience. The Samsung panels stuttered like no tomorrow. They shouldn't even have TruMotion or anything of the sort. This 4K can hang tough with its 120HZ upscaling. It is not *perfect* but it's absolutely tolerable. Also, the input in game mode is fine for gaming (The Samsung 6290 has a RIDICULOUS input lag even in game mode. ) - You won't enjoy this if you play competitive esports but for any casual gamer this panel is perfect. Buy it. You'll love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great view for the money!

    Posted
    LuckyFather
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    I was looking for a 45-50 inch TV to fit a particular spot. I focused on the top brands with up to date technology and features which in my opinion are, in order, Samsung, Sony, and LG. And while I am willing to pay for quality and performance, I also get a kick our of finding a great TB for a great price. I took about an hour comparing specs, technology and, image clarity, and of course price. WHile I was very willing to pay 7, 8 or up to $900 to get current technology and top performance, I was most satisfied to find this particluar TV on bit a sale and ectra markdown that day for Around $450. I walked out of there feeling pretty smart...LOL! If you can find a great deal as I did then go for it. I have bought some very expensive TV's the past 15 years or so (one over $10,000) but this is as good a picture one could reasonably hope for. Easy as pie to set up and I like the built-in stand that's a pretty cool and heavy duty design versus those with small feet at each end. This stand affords you the ability to place the TV atop a smaller foortprint if needed. And oh that price!!!!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very nice TV overall

    Posted
    ember1205
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    I have two other Sony 4K sets that I like very much. This one has a lot of similarities to those, which is very good. One similarity, however, that I do not like is the price. For what this TV delivers, I feel that it warrants a lower price point than where Sony has it. Picture quality is very good, even with zero adjustments to the settings. Sound is acceptable (which is about the best you can get from the built-in speakers on TV's these days). The remote is exactly the same as my other two sets, so it's very simple for me to move TV-to-TV without any issues. There are a few built-in apps that are important and useful to me, and they work well. The stand, while stylish, does not work well if you're trying to place a device directly under the TV. You will need to use a piece of furniture with a cut-out for devices like DVD players or cable/satellite boxes. Although it's quite a bit more expensive than the sets that are operated with the Roku interface, it's worth the extra cost to me to get the Android interface and apps as well as the dimming control for backlighting on this set (zone dimming).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sony is the one.

    Posted
    DaDyl
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    This TV was on sale at a great price but still more than other brands but I've always like Sony quality and owning other brands that last 3 or less years (Samsung) made me go back to this brand. I still have a 2007 40in and 26in Sony Bravias and they're still going! It has an amazing picture and was impressed with the sound coming from it. You probably would get a sound system if you need that theater experience but for watching programs and different stations , it's sufficient. The smart TV is great, I hooked up an ethernet line from the tv to a wifi range extender with line output and the streaming is smooth. I have a vudu account and the movies look great. Only have blu ray so can't tell about the 4k picture but the blurays look awesome. I hope this Sony last as long as my other ones. Get Sony, cost a little more but like the saying goes, you get what you pay for.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    TV ok Sony Support Lacking

    Posted
    Mikrin
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    So we get the TV and install the stand, only 4 screws and only one way to set the brackets. We place the tv in the opening and it's leaning back about 2" so it's sitting up crooked. We take the stand off, check it out and the metal supports brackets on the stand are crooked. We call Sony support, the guy makes me spell words so he can look them up, then he tells me to hire Best Buy to install the TV. WHAT? We're going to pay a $100 for the guy to screw 4 screws in and tell us the supports are crooked? We jury rigged it ourselves so that the leaning is not as evident by placing sticky foam to adjust the lean. He would not send out a new stand, just kept saying pay for installation. We would not have purchased this tv had we known what kind of support Sony gives. TV is ok, clear picture and sound is ok. It's just support that brings the stars and recommendation down.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great TV with a few flaws

    Posted
    tmelo
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    This is a great 4K TV, beautiful picture, decent sound, but with a few flaws. Menus are slow and unresponsive to remote control commands if you don't give the TV adequate time to boot. You have to wait a minute or two. The lack of direct access to the USB ports, like HDMI and Component/Composite, to view photos and movies is very disappointing. You have to press the Home button, scroll down and select the play App. When using the USB port to play a movie, the Display button DOES NOT work, it does NOTHING when pressed. Also, when playing movies through the USB ports, they will freeze or play a few minutes and then will display a message telling you the video file is unsupported and cannot be played (files I use ARE supported, MKV, MP4). Bluetooth headphones ARE NOT supported either. Hopefully these flaws will be fixed with a new firmware update and then I will give this 4K TV 5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Right on the money!!!!

    Posted
    RobRoy
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    I went shopping for an Android TV a month ago, and I knew exactly what I wanted.I consider myself a pretty savvy buyer when it comes to home electronics, especially the newer crop of visually stunning sets. But I'm not into video games, and I would consider myself an average home electronics consumer. I say this because too many reviewers make a big deal about blacks and contrast, and panels. Yes, there are differences. The average home consumer really doesn't care about the soap opera effect, or whether it has an ips panel. For those of you who could care less about the criteria that totally excites the geek mindset, I give you the Sony XBR 49X 800E. It is am Android TV. You can borrow your best friend's geek companion, and learn what potentials lie within the Android interface. Just Kodi up to them...I mean cozy up to them, and show them this review. They'll immediately understand what a great choice you made in choosing this visually stunning set. You won't be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A great all around TV

    Posted
    Mimix3boys
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    We purchased this TV after our 10 year Sony was damaged while playing Nintendo. Not having time to research we went with this middle of the road model mostly due to its Smart TV capabilities. Sure the extreme black levels may not be up to par with videophile expectations in dark room settings (which you can adjust somewhat in picture settings) but due to our wide great room and large windows lots of daylight the IPS screen works great. It looks good from every angle in the room and have a fabulous picture when viewing content from Youtube or Netflix, as well as very bright and vivid picture (after tweaking somewhat) watching regular HD from the set top box. The remote is very functional and the voice feature is an added bonus. Still trying to figure out all the bells and whistles of the Smart TV functions and still tweaking picture settings from time to time but all in all we're very satisfied with our purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV for the Price

    Posted
    Steve
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    This TV was a great purchase for the money. The picture is bright and realistic. It was easy to install. I like the cord management built in to the back of the set. The sound is not as good relative to other Sony TV's I have owned as the speakers are on the bottom of the screen. However, I am using the TV in a small room so it is not a problem, I just turn the volume up. My only complaint is not TV related, but Best Buy related. It took almost four weeks to get it delivered. I purchased it on line and the problems began. I ended up calling the corporate offices and found Dan who was someone who was helpful. The normal customer service helplines were nothing short of irritating and uselessl. All they were able to do was tell me what UPS was telling me. I will only purchase from Best Buy if I am able to take it out of the store, I won't purchase again on line.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent 4k Gaming TV

    Posted
    Simon
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    After I decided to upgrade my gaming consoles to PS4 pro and Xbox One X, I found I needed a 4K TV to release these two beasts. Although the Xbox One X is not released yet and I am still using my first generation of Xbox One, the game experience turned out to be stunning. With the HDR enabled, the viewing experience from a Xbox One game (e.g. For a Horizon 3) increases significantly, while a PS4 pro game (e.g. Uncharted 4) becomes ridiculous awesome. I also found the process to the game is slightly faster than my old HDTV. Overall, I am very happy with this upgrade. I am not a big TV fan, and my local cable television provider does not provide any 4K program, so I cannot say if the TV viewing experience is good or not. If you are just going to get a 4K TV to play video games, I would definitely recommend this 800E model over Sony's 900E series.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than expected

    Posted
    KCGTi
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    I am not a huge Sony TV fan but my wife really liked this TV when we were looking for a new bedroom unit. While I think the Samsung KS8000 is a better product overall I was pleasantly surprised by this television. The picture was pretty crisp, better than the LG it replaced. The fact it had android TV and allowed me to control it with my amazon echo was a plus. The android TV OS was also the downside of this TV. the interface was clunky and sometimes a pain to navigate. I had a lot of issues streaming hulu and hbo with this TV but could start streaming on a tablet, computer, game console, or our televisions and not have a problem (it wasn't a bandwidth issue as the tv was hardwired and we have gigabit internet). The remote was also gigantic for a TV these days, larger than my cable box remote. Overall I would give the picture of this set 4.5 stars but the OS/accessibility and its accessories a 3.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent TV Period!!!

    Posted
    cease121
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    I bought this TV a few days ago. This TV has me hooked, listen I bought this TV knowing its not a top of the line, all the reviews for the black color is really exaggerating if you want dark blacks then go ahead and spend the money, but this is an amazing TV. The sound is amazing the quality is amazing, the Interface I love. I have this in my room hanging on wall and i have it in Cinema mode I never had a TV in Cinema mode, but this one I do and I can't complain. Usually when you read about TV calibrations the settings seem dark now i know why and i found this out with this TV. Excellent TV for the Price. IF you are going to be picky then pay a few hundred dollars more, but if you want something nice, for the price you will not regret this TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent quality for the price

    Posted
    KbCb
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    I am a Samsung fan when it comes to TVs, and especially with phones. However, I am very pleased with this Sony TV. It has amazing picture quality, and at a very reasonable price compared to Samsung. I use the TV only for gaming... After buying the Xbox One X to get the best 4k support, the picture quality is unbelievable. It's fun to just look around while playing games, taking in the immense detail. Setting up the TV was fairly straight-forward... The menu system, however, could use a little work. It took quite a bit of digging to find the "settings" in the menus. It didn't seem very intuitive to me. Because these are android-based TVs, I can screencast from my Samsung S8+... I have only tested it once, and it worked great. We'll see if it continues to be as easy in the future.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not great, but not horrible

    Posted
    ChrisG3
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    I bought this TV as an open box deal, which I was totally fine with. I got it home, and the picture was great!! With slow to moderate movement.. if you're ok with ghosting, this isn't a bad TV, but I am coming from, what I was informed at the time, their top product, the kdl800 from a few years back. It's been a great TV, and I was really hoping to get yet another amazing product. Sadly, the TV I have is a 120hz screen, and this is not. I returned this TV due to the strange artifacts that were created around objects when there were any fast movements. I've heard great things about the 900 series, so I truly hope the added cost of the set is worth the quality. The question below asks if I would suggest the set to a friend. To that my answer is that it depends greatly on what they were wanting the set to accomplish.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great television with all the connections to the n

    Posted
    gaplep2
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    I was looking to replace my older 44 inch television with a new 4K smart television. My space for the new tv was limited and I needed a model that had a center base to sit on a table. This Sony 49 inch model fit all my criteria. The picture is superb with dynamic colors and excellent clarity. I am a senior citizen who is just learning about all the wireless connections to the network through the newer tv models so this is opening a whole new world in television programming for me. The 4K feature is new to me and it is amazing. The price was within my budget and I highly recommend this Sony model.

    I would recommend this to a friend