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65" Sony 4K Ultra HD 3D LED HDTVs: Sony XBR65X900A $3199 or Sony XBR65X850A EXPIRED

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Promoted 05-19-2014 at 09:38 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Available again with price drops on both HDTVs (as shown below).

BuyDig.com has 65" Sony XBR65X850A 4K Ultra HD 3D LED HDTV for $2779, now $2749. *Must proceed through checkout to see this price. Shipping is Free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

BuyDig.com has 65" Sony XBR65X900A 4K Ultra HD 3D LED HDTV for $3199, now $3099. *Must proceed through checkout to see this price. Shipping is Free.

Dell Home also has them on sale when you checkout with Dell Preferred Account (DPA). For more information regarding DPA, click here.

Note, also includes 1-Year Dell Warranty for TVs.

Prices after Dell Preferred Account discount:General Specs:
(manufacturer's specs for Sony XBR65X850A)
(manufacturer's specs for Sony XBR65X900A)
  • Resolution: 4K (3840x2160)
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Smart TV
  • Viewing Angles: 178 H / 178 V
  • Connectors:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x Composite
    • 1x Component
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x Digital Audio
    • 1x RF

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Edited June 3, 2014 at 04:55 PM by cricket702
Price seen at checkout page woot
  • 64.5" screen (measured diagonally)
  • glossy screen, black bezel and cabinet
  • tuner receives over-the-air HDTV broadcasts (antenna required)
  • QAM cable TV tuner (subscription required to receive cable channels — contact your local service provider for details)
  • Ultra High Definition TV with "4K" screen resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels)
  • displays 3D images when you wear Sony's passive 3D glasses (4 pairs of glasses are included)
  • 2D-to-3D conversion adds 3D-like depth to non-3D video sources
  • OptiContrast panel for improved brightness, deeper black levels, and less reflection
  • Dynamic Edge LED backlight with local dimming for excellent picture contrast and black levels
  • TRILUMINOS Display technology for a wider color range
  • Motionflow XR 960 blur reduction (120Hz refresh rate plus backlight scanning)
  • 4K X-Reality™ Pro video processing optimizes picture texture, outline, contrast and color
  • Internet-ready Smart TV — has built-in apps for accessing the Sony Entertainment Network (on-demand movies and music), Netflix®, and more (subscription/fees required for some services)
  • supports up to 5.1-channel audio with streaming movie services like Netflix and Vudu™
  • built-in Wi-Fi to link to a wireless network
  • Wi-Fi Direct™ Mode supports direct wireless content transfer from compatible devices with no Wi-Fi network needed
  • video and music streaming from a DLNA-compatible Windows® PC
  • MHL-compatible HDMI input for viewing photos/videos from a compatible smartphone on the TV's screen
  • one-touch screen mirroring
  • Skype-ready (requires Sony camera, sold separately)
  • built-in 6-speaker sound system with 65 watts (20 watts x 2, plus 12.5 watts x 2 for woofers)
  • two remote controls, one infrared-based and one RF-based
  • free downloadable apps for iOS® and Android™ let you use a compatible smartphone as a remote control
  • BRAVIA Sync simplifies control of compatible Sony components via the HDMI connection (HDMI-CEC)
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#5
30hz on 4k and no .265 compression. Cable/Sat. need that compression.
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Free Upgrade to HDMI 2.0
Source: http://store.sony.com/sony-65-cla...Series-TVs
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sweet deal on these 4k ultra HD XBR models drool
of the two, for me personally the 65X850A is the way to go becasue the you can build your own enhanced audio system with the money saved from the 65X900A which i think only adds sony's magnetic fluid speakers.
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I'll just wait till the prices drop like the led.
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Quote from purificada View Post :
sweet deal on these 4k ultra HD XBR models drool
of the two, for me personally the 65X850A is the way to go becasue the you can build your own enhanced audio system with the money saved from the 65X900A which i think only adds sony's magnetic fluid speakers.
Feature comparison

Http://store.sony.com/gsi/webstor...FBTY5hZGC9
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Why did this get 7 thumbs up with 0 comments?
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Why did this get 7 thumbs up with 0 comments?
Probably because it's not a $99 42" Vizio. Cool
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#12
65x900a is still showing $3798.00 for me
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I don't see the point of 4K. Manufacturers are going to get desperate and these will either plummet in pricing or disappear
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and likely too small for 4K depending on your viewing distance. I'd rather hold out until 80"+ sets become more mainstream and affordable. in this case it doesn't pay to be an early adopter, especially since 4K content is severely limited
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Quote from marcwsu View Post :
I don't see the point of 4K. Manufacturers are going to get desperate and these will either plummet in pricing or disappear
What's the point of 1080? While many sit far enough away from their tv's that they'd be fine with 720/1080, there are plenty who are dissatisfied with 1080. I'm mostly excited for 4k monitors to be more reasonably priced, but 4k tv's are beautiful too.

Quote from bennynihon View Post :
and likely too small for 4K depending on your viewing distance. I'd rather hold out until 80"+ sets become more mainstream and affordable. in this case it doesn't pay to be an early adopter, especially since 4K content is severely limited
I'm glad you qualified that it depends on viewing distance, drives me nuts that some people don't get that it's not just about screen size and resolution.

I'm ready to plunk down on one of Vizio's 4k offerings coming later this year, I have a 50" 1080 about 5-6 feet from my face in my office and it looks bad to me. It's true that content is still limited, but upscaling helps. Mine will be hooked to a computer, so content isn't really an issue.

It seems like we're starting to move past the 'early adopter' phase on 4k,
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