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Sony - 75" Class - LED - X900F Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 431 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Bang for Buck in Sony Lineup

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    BradleyW
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    2107 was an unimpressive year for TVs. The Z9D is without question a fantastic set, but it's age and minor issues ruled it out for me. I had been looking at the X940E for quite some time, but held out until CES 2018. The X1 Ultimate was intriguing, but when the Z9F hit I didn't feel it delivered enough TV for the price point (the Z9D is over a grand cheaper right now and has much better contrast ratio). Enter the X900F. I think of it as an updated, but not upgraded, X940E. Same size, same proc, Andy 7.0, probably fewer zones (not necessarily a bad thing), and I personally don't mind the legs, but I have mine mounted so the legs aren't in use. The X900F is a really great set. Out of the box colors pop and the contrast/brightness make the highlights stand out against adjacent, darker tones. My setting doesn't get too far off center so I don't notice much if any contrast drop at angles, but, there is some blooming noticeable when going from center to an angle, and the blooming gets worse the farther I am away from center. I instantly set the volume to zero, so no opinion available on the built-in speakers (wish they would leave them out). My set is connected to a Sony STR-ZA3100ES receiver, with an Apply TV 4K, Oppo 203, and Xbox One X as sources. Dolby Vision isn't adjustable on this set (yet?) and doesn't show up as an HDR selection option to force it, but when doing a set test on the One X, there is a green check next to it stating that the TV supported DV for streaming movies. I haven't had a chance to test a DV through the Apple TV or the Oppo, mainly because I've been going through the X Enhanced titles marveling at how good they look. :) I don't need, want, or use any of the built-in apps, nor is the TV even hooked up to my network, so I disabled as much as I could in Android to save RAM and lighten the load on the CPU. The interface wasn't laggy in my opinion, but after disabling many apps, it seemed a little more crisp in its response. In case Sony is reading this and is at a loss for a side project...I wish there were a high-end panel with no speakers, OS and apps for the masses, etc...I'd probably pay just as much for a TV without all of that. The 3100ES and the Oppo 203 do their respective jobs perfectly with no bells or whistles, and that's why I selected them...I don't need seven devices that can all stream Netflix and offer other services that probably won't be around for more than a couple of years. But I digress... In closing, I'm a very picky guy and don't like settling for less than I want. This TV checks all of the boxes sufficiently enough that I feel I got what I at a good price point (Black Friday sale plus $400 worth of Reward Zone points). The Z9F is a case of spending 30% more for a gain of maybe 5%, in my personal opinion. Buy what makes you happy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great tv for price

    Posted
    ias2018
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    This is decent tv for price, it is full array back lit tv so no annoying light flicker on black bars when watching movies. Design is very attractive Easy to assemble will need two people, follow the instructions to assemble, you will not have a smudge on screen after you put it on entertainment center. Follow picture setting from www.ratings.com you will be set Make sure you activate full band width hdmi on hdmi 2 and 3 this is the key to get hdr and wide color gamut. I have direct tv 4K, Apple TV 4K and Oppo 203 4K Player attached via Pioneer Elite SC-95 AVR. I have not tested hdmi 1 and 4, hdmi3 has also arc enabled port. Android tv is ok not as good as tizen on Samsung or WebOS on LG, I will Not be using tv built apps as I wanted to use full band width audio (Dolby Atmos) from amazon prime and Apple TV, not possible With ARC. I have tested DV, HDR 10 and HLG all worked fine. Direct comparison to this set is Samsung Q8FN, but at $700 extra, I would recommend buy Sony and put saving for nice sound bar as it is needed to enjoy movie on this set. Samsung is marginally better if price is same I may have bought Samsung, Sony has DV though which is marginally better than HDR. Sony also upscale better than Samsung Q8. This tv is very bright so no issues in bright rooms. If you want even brighter then Z9F is available for $6k but most of time people watch tv in darker rooms so that is overkill. I am happy with OLED in another bright room, so this set is more than enough for use in darker room. The 65 inch tvs I bought previously were all more money. So under $3k FALD set, size of 75 inch seems bargain now. Take advantage of Black Friday prices, these sets don’t see much prices decrease, even last year 950 is selling at same price, and this set is better than last year.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV

    Posted
    Jslitdogg
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    Great TV. Bought the 75 inch exactly one month ago and so far the picture is far superior to my 2015 Sony 65x850c. Below is a summary: Pro's -Bright, Impressive Picture -4k Detail/Upscaling looks amazing -TV is viewable even in a bright/sunny room with little reflection -TV Stand is Sturdy -Design of TV overall is very good and minimalist-people watching will focus on the TV screen itself and not on the bezel or surrounding structure of the set. Cons: -Like most LED TV's the Viewing Angle from the side is limited. (Not a problem for me as I sit in front-75 inches creates a lot of real estate in front of the TV) -HDR does look a little washed out. I actually prefer standard HD movies to HDR on this TV. -HDMI ports 2&3 are the only 2 ports that offer enhanced format (for watching 4k HDR or gaming). Slight criticism here as this doesn't affect me, however Samsung appears to offer enhanced format on all 4 HDMI ports for its similarly priced models. I don't use the "smart" features of this TV and prefer my own Roku device, thus I cannot comment on those. Tips: -I started adjusting the TV picture settings at fist but have found the factory settings to be near-perfect. I have now restored most setting to factory-default and just use them as follows: -I recommend using "Standard" picture mode for basic TV watching-this mode shows a brighter, more warm picture-great for daytime viewing. -I recommend either "Cinema Home" or "Cinema Pro" for Movies on this TV- both settings are good with Cinema Home being slightly brighter and Cinema Pro being darker but closer to what the picture appears to look like at the movie theater. -For Football (or sports in general), the "Sports" mode really works well-the display of motion on this TV is pretty good. You can probably go to RTNGS or another website for advice on how to customize the picture settings and make it slightly better, I tried but really found the pre-sets for the various picture modes to be on-point right out of the box, a good job done here by Sony.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sony shines again

    Posted
    BlurayAddict1

    You could say I am a professional amateur of tv technology. I have owned plasma TVs, LCDs, and Oleds, which I still own a 55 inch c7 for my bedroom. Oleds are a blessing and a curse. I got used to the infinite contrast, color accuracy and perfect blacks that LCD technology just couldn’t and still can’t match but since I wanted more real estate and the 77 inch Oled cost as much as a basement remodeling job so I decided to try out Sony’s latest addition flagship tv for 2018. I’ve owned a couple of Sony’s before and always thought thier TVs was always top rated. I’ve owned the 900f for two weeks and running it thru all kinds of material from Apple TV streaming, native streaming from built in apps, 4K movies, cable tv and usb movie watching. After playing around with all the different picture adjustments I find custom settings works great for me. It’s a individual choice and each person should decide what gives them the best viewing experience. I am very happy to say SONY does it again! FALD with local dimming has produced deep blacks that I didn’t think LCD was capable of. As a rule the deeper the blacks the better the contrast. The motion is great for sports and movie watching. I can go forever but I will end this review by saying Sony remains on top of thier TV game and I am glad to be a benefactor of that.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Hi BlurayAddict1, Sony takes into consideration all feedback to improve the performance and quality of our products and services. We're always looking to make Sony better. We appreciate your time sharing this feedback. Regards, ^Ron sony_US

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great picture and wonderful ease of use

    Posted
    Hillingdon
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    This has been a great purchase for us so far. The picture is stunning and clear. Even when not watching 4K content you really get immersed into the story with the nice clear crisp picture with beautiful colors. That is with us sitting about 13 feet away even. I wear glasses for distance and often find I can take my glasses off to watch as the picture is so good. We mostly stream from the top 4k Roku and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Especially when we are streaming older content that does not fill the screen. Don't have to worry about burn in and jumping through hoops zooming the picture to ensure no black bands on the screen like we did with our OLED. Now we can just relax and watch whatever. Oh, and talk about a dream to easily set up a SONOS sound bar with this TV! Really a pain to do with both our Samsung and our LG oled. With this TV it was simple simple simple. Almost plug and play. Just go on the SONOS app, click to set up a new TV and follow the prompts. Worked no problem. I also like the remote with this TV. Not so much the navigation area which is a bit tight, but the fact that it has clear nice buttons on it to push for power and volume etc. The Samsung has that sleek looking one and if you are not careful you are constantly bumping the power button and turning the set off by just grabbing the remote. I say keep it simple. The remote on this set does what it needs to. If you get this TV I think you will be happy with it. I did some online research on it before purchase and it came pretty highly rated.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Post-Samsung, worth the extra dough

    Posted
    TeejCA
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    Just before buying this Sony I had purchased a 75" Samsung Q6. It had beautiful color but I quickly saw that the processor couldn't keep up with even relatively slow movements on-screen. For instance, while playing a movie, when an actor would turn his/her head quickly to the side, there would be pixilation or ghosting or whatever you want to call it. When watching a football game, the ball would completely disappear from the screen during a kickoff. Then the processor started doing some other goofy things such as moving the on-screen menu to a different quadrant of the screen. Given that if electronics are going to have problems, they usually reveal themselves within the first 30 days, I quickly began to lose confidence that the Q6 was going to survive long. Back it went to Best Buy. I replaced it with this Sony 75" X900F which was considerably more expensive, but I think it's worth it since we don't buy TVs often...we've been very pleased with its performance so far. We pull our TV signals from an antenna and, like the Samsung, it seems to have trouble pulling in the lower end of the channel range (below channel 15) so I need to boost the signal with a pre-amp. I don't know if this is a fault of the larger-TV processors/tuners needing more signal strength to power such a large screen, or what the issue may be (our older 50" and 36" Sonys pull in every channel quite easily). We mostly use this TV to watch streaming movies and shows, so the tuner strength is not all that critical for us, but still necessitates dinging the rating by one star.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    TV Brightness Issue

    Posted
    hometheaterguy
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    After spending the better part of a year researching all of the 2018 models, I settled on this 75 inch Sony 900F. While it was pricey, I felt it worth the money. However I was very disappointed with the brightness. As opposed to my LG C8 (which is not a super bright TV), the Sony 900F had a very, very dim picture on any HDR/Dolby Vision content. SDR material works great, but HDR/Dolby Vision was insanely dim. Of course, I made sure the brightness (which is backlight on the Sony TV's) was at max, and the contrast was at max, but I also had to increase the gamma to max just to get an okay picture. Yes, the colors are great and the small highlights work well in HDR, but overall the picture will disappoint right out of the box, and then even after adjustments it's just not very bright. Don't take my word for it, google this issue and you'll see plenty of others who experience the same thing. The brightness (again backlight) only runs 0-50 (as opposed to 0-100 on every other TV model). It's almost like someone forgot to flip the switch and enable the full 0-100 scale on this TV. Real shame. If they released a firmware update to address this or at least commented on plans to do this, I might consider keeping it. Until then, will be returning to Best Buy for another option.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Not surprisingly disappointed

    Posted
    mruniv5
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    I tried to like the tv but, it did not work for me. I had the tv mounted on a wall in my bedroom. I calibrated it on vibrant mode and cinema pro mode according to some calibrators I have used before on YouTube. After using the tv for almost two weeks, I was just not satisfied with the colors. None of the colors seem to pop out. The only time the colors looked a little good was on Dolby Vision movies on Netflix. Yet, the colors were still bland. The audio on the tv is bad. I didn't need a loud tv in my bedroom but, if I would have had this tv set up in my living room, I don't think it would've lasted two days before I would have returned it. The Google assistant button on the remote did not function. I tried several times to get the voice button to search for things but, it never could stay on. It would just activate and immediately deactivate before I could say something. This feature wasn't a big deal but, I am sure people would expect these functions to work on a tv if it had that option. Thanks to BestBuy's return policy, I was able to return the tv. I have an LG OLED 77G7P. The colors on that tv are impressive. I guess I tried holding this Sony tv to the standards of the more expensive LG tv. I ended up getting the Samsung 75 inch Q8 in exchange for the Sony. You could definitely see the difference in picture on the showroom at BestBuy. We will see how it holds up at home.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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      Hi mruniv5, We regret to hear that this unit failed to meet your expectations. We apologize for the inconvenience that this may have caused. Sony takes into consideration all feedback to improve the performance and quality of our products. We will forward your information to the proper department. Thank you for your feedback. -Jay Sony_US

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    All I Could Ask For

    Posted
    Jaxon
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    After owning a Sony Wega XBR 60 inch projection TV since 2006, I decided it was time for a change. I shopped all leading brands, both top and second tier, looking for the best bang for the buck. I think I found it. The Sony is not the least expensive 75 inch out there, but is the best looking at its price point and worth the difference in cost compared to less expensive sets. The picture is outstanding, vivid and crisp out of the box, and bright without being overpowering. We have in a large open space and it is beautiful when the room is bright with natural light or artificial illumination. When the room is darker, it is even better. In particular, the upscaling of 1080 HD cable programming is spectacular. We watch a good amount of broadcast TV and upscaling makes a big difference. The set handles streaming material (we do Amazon Prime, Netflix and HBOGo) very well. The image is smooth and sharp with excellent contrast. True 4k material is extraordinary. Some have complained about the AndroidTV smart system. It works fine for us and the voice activated, Google-based, remote is useful. We have paired the set with a Sony sound bar with subwoofer and satellite speakers. It's a great system for our family. Anyone thinking of a new 4k TV ...and has the space .... should check out this Sony 75 inch set.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed as usual with Sony TV

    Posted
    Myevo8u
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    As soon as I turned the x900f on I knew that the picture wasn’t going to do it for me. It looked to washed out from the get go. It does have a clear clean picture but I can never get It set properly. It’s either too dark or too bright and washed out. I can’t find the happy medium. I have spent hrs trying to find tune it with no success. I feel that it has way too much blooming and I don’t think the black levels aren’t as good as claimed on this set. I also feel that the local dimming is poor and the colors/picture just doesn’t pop properly. The TV has great motion and an easy android based system. I am an avid gamer and the games always look to bright and like there is a film over the screen that holds the picture back, like smokey or fog in the back ground. This is my third Sony I have tried in the last 8 yrs and I have never kept one. I have exchanged this set out for a Q8fn Samsung and will review it as soon as I have had a week with it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great 4K UHD TV For 2018!

    Posted
    ForeverMeek2012
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    I purchased this television to replace my almost 10-year old Sony DLP TV. My choices were the Bravia OLED, LG OLED, Sony Z9D, or Samsung QLED either in 65 inch or 75 inch form. I settled on this model because it combines features from both the 900E and 930E from 2017 as a 2018 model and for the price, I could get a 75 inch or a higher quality television (e.g. Z9D) at 65-inch so it was no brainer since I was looking for a larger television without compromising on features. I chose not to go with either of the OLED brands (Sony or LG) because of burn-in issues since I watch sports quite often with static images and I need the added brightness that only a LED-LCD could bring. As far as Samsung's QLEDs, they're ridiculously overpriced for what they offer when compared to the competition! Overall, I'm happy with this purchase even though I wish Sony would've put more thought on the stands for the X900F series for 2018.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    great T.V.

    Posted
    Pipefitter
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    I had a 2014 Sony 850 B that started having streaming problems along with audio issues I called geek squad and they diagnosed the problem as a faulty mother board. The geek squad then ordered a new mother board and set an appointment for that Saturday to install it. Got a call Saturday morning from geek squad telling us that the appointment was cancelled because the mother board hadn't come in yet. The geek squad made another appointment for two weeks later. Two weeks later the day before the appointment we had the same result, board wasn't in and the appointment was rescheduled. Finally because I had the extended warranty the geek squad manager at the store I shop at was able to give me a credit for the 850 and replace it with a new Sony 950- F as long as I paid the difference, which I happily did. The result is that I now have the new Sony 900- F 75" TV and it is head and shoulders over anything I have ever had. The quality of the TV more than made up for my frustration of all the canceled geek squad appointments and old problems I had with the Sony 850-B. Great TV !

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Thank you Sony

    Posted
    vSIG
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    I am impress about this Tv "5 Stars" This is my 3rd Sony Tv that I buy. The black level is getting close to an OLED...I am mean it’s close. No problems and no issues with this Tv so far. Operates like a Rolex flawless. You will understand more when you will see the bright colors and the black level of this Tv - it’s like space black...you look at this Tv and you wander if this is an OLED, I mounted on my living room and it’s just a beauty. But be carful because when you grab this Tv...it’s wobbling and that was the part that made me nervous! I receive over a month 2-3 updates from Sony. No glitches or errors that I can see. Best Buy 5 years warranty was very expen$ive! "1 Star" My dream will be to see the Sony 77" OLED under 4K... HDR is supported only from 2 HDMI out of 4. The back is plastic the frame is aluminum and the LED it’s spectacular and you will love it. 3D is dead don’t worry! Best Buy - Thank you Marcelo from El Cajon store " 5 Stars "

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Returned a Samsung for x900f

    Posted
    Cman
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    I had bought a Black Friday 75in Samsung q6 and had the TV for a few weeks. After trying with the TV it just wasn't what it should have been. I went and exchanged it for the 900f. This tv is fantastic all around. Don't worry too much on input lag for gaming I did not notice a difference between 40ms and 20ms even in fast paced fps games. The TV upscales low quality content like Threes Company (lol) extremenly well which is a big deal for a 75in 4k.tv. it has great local dimming and the image is noticably sharper and cleaner. The big thing i got this tv was for motion halndling which it does pheonimally. The Samsung was bad even after adjusting out all settings I could see lag in a golf swing it drove me nuts. If your debating between the Samsung q6 and this, spend the extra money and get this fantastic tv.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Do NOT buy if you can't afford Best Buy's coverage

    Posted
    Maximus

    These TVs are expected to develop dead pixels, so if you can't spend the extra money for Best Buy's pixel coverage, do NOT buy it. There's a reason this coverage is so expensive. The amount correlates to the amount of failures they expect. You WILL be told by Sony that the dead pixels are expected. I've got a bright RED dead pixel smack in the middle of my screen. See attached. TV is beautiful, but slow. Everything I do looks great. You need the upgraded processor for a smooth experience from what I hear. Better to use an external device for use of apps etc.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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      Hi Maximus, Thank you very much for taking the time in writing us your honest review regarding the TV. Sony takes into consideration all feedback to improve the performance and quality of our products and services. We're always looking to make Sony better. We appreciate your time sharing this feedback. ~Ralph sony_US

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing TV

    Posted
    GaryTDI
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    I’ve spent the last few years drooling over the new OLED technology TVs and waiting for the price to get lower, so an LED TV was never a consideration until this past Christmas season. I’m coming from an 8 year old 58” plasma which has served me very well, but I wanted something a bit bigger. I finally decided that I was going to go for a 75” class TV and the OLED’s in that size were just way too expensive, so that led (pun intended) me to consider an LED TV. I’ve always read that LED TVs have bad viewing at an angle and that’s why I didn’t even consider them, but this Sony has no such problem that I can tell. This beauty has an outstanding picture and I’m not missing my plasma one bit! My plasma actually experienced some burn in from watching cable news too much, and I saw some examples of OLEDs that will do the same over time. That’s what really sold me on the LED over spending more on an OLED. Next stop is microLED, but we have quite the wait for that.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good Picture fair HDR

    Posted
    JohnD

    This Sony TV has a good picture especially in Standard Definition. In my opinion it falls a little sort for HDR. It does not compete with OLED HDR picture. This Sony model lacks a bit in brightness. I think the Samsung QLED model has better brightness but lacks in true color rendition. This is were Sony beats all for them. But If you really are looking for the best HDR I would suggest going with OLED TVs. I gave it 3 stars because of the price with the lack of a GOOD HDR light output. This is sold as an HDR TV with all the future formats but I think it falls sort of a good HDR TV. Not bad HDR but not giving me the WOW factor. There may be more reasonable priced HDR TVs that would come close to the performance for much less. I would recommend to a friend with the caveat of it being just a fair to good HDR TV not great. TV gaming is ok for most fast action games but it does have a lag that some gamers may notice. But then again it is a TV and not specifically design for gaming. Not sure if I am going to keep it. I have 45 days to return being and Elite Plus member to make up my mind.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV

    Posted
    Herm

    TV met all of my expectations and then some. So far it works great in our very bright living room (previous TV made daytime viewing almost impossible). Colors and blacks look amazing, just had it mounted yesterday, so time will tell if it will last like previous generations. I spent a tonnnnnnnn of time researching and numbers crunching but what it all boiled down to was the tv going to be worth the cost, and so far I believe it was. The interface could use some improvements, as well as the remote, but if you are seriously considering this, those are the only two very minor cons I can find with this system, and in comparison to other brands you'll find most of them have the same or similar issues. All in all great buy, if you're considering this set, pull the trigger, you wont be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful in every aspect

    Posted
    Brody
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    I bought this TV to replace a Visio M 70. After only two short years two back light panels of LEDs went dim on the Vizio. The Sony is brighter, crisper, handles motion much better and looks stunning. Many people talk about the user interface. It is a little slow and clunky, but most people will soon be using peripherals rather than the built-in “smart” features. I paired this with the Apple TV 4K and it’s better than going to the theaters. *I do not use the tv’s built in sound unless it’s for regular tv late at night when I don’t want any bass. I use a Sony sound bar with Dolby Atmos because I am in a small apartment where I can’t run wires to the back. I encourage anyone considering the OLED to take a second look at this, especially for gaming. The burn in issue is real on OLED and not an issue on this TV. That was the determining factor between this and the A8f when I went to purchase my new TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Just great!

    Posted
    willymaximus
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    Here's the deal: I am not an expert per se, but an aficionado when it comes to buying higher-end electronics. I do a lot of research before I walk into a store. That said, I failed to do my due diligence when I walked into a local Best Buy and purchased a new Samsung Q8. Maybe it was the advertising, maybe just the idea of having a QLED. When I got home, the picture was bright and colorful, but the motion was subpar, especially watching sports. It actually made me dizzy at times. Needless to say, I returned it for a Sony 900F, and WOW, what a difference. I see no difference in color or brightness and the motion is 100 times better. In retrospect, this was a no-brainer.

    I would recommend this to a friend