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Promoted 09-18-2016 by persian_mafia at 06:58 PM View Original Post
Buydig.com has 55" Sony XBR-55X810C 120Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $799.99. Shipping is free. Thanks BlurryEyed

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart, LED, 4K Ultra HD w/ WiFi
  • Refresh rate: 120Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite

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Written by persian_mafia

For an in-depth review of Sony XBR-55X810C, head over to RTINGS.

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Edited September 18, 2016 at 07:20 PM by persian_mafia
Lowest price I've seen on a new Sony XBR55X810C

I bought this TV in July and it is amazing at this price point. Only con I found is my room is a little too bright for it.

Review: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x810c

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Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Motionflow XR960 (Effective)
Backlight: Direct-Lit LED
Smart Functionality: Yes
Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 49.1" x 28.8" x 3.3", TV with stand: 49.1" x 30.4" x 9.8"
Inputs: 4 HDMI (HDCP 2.2), 3 USB
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Bought this TV earlier this year. This set does in fact have HDR from an update back in February. Those that claim it doesn't most likely haven't done the software update as it was released over six months ago. Just know, the HDR is as basic as can be, not going to be as impressive or as good as the HDR in the more expensive sets that come with it built in.

Great for gaming, I play a lot of PS4 games on it, and I was also able to install Kodi directly onto it since it's an Android TV. This is the cheapest it's been, and this model is about a year old now.

This set and the M series Vizios are the best 4Ks you'll find for under $1000.
own this TV, does not have hdr. Supposedly hdr is available for the built in apps only and not over hdmi. However I have never been able to get it work in netflix or Amazon video.

https://www.community.sony.com/t5...d-p/557132

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heard it has hdr support since latest update
can anybody confirm?

is this better than the 800d in 49 inch at 740?
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looks like it doeant have hdr
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Quote from ChrisW7812 View Post :
heard it has hdr support since latest update
can anybody confirm?

is this better than the 800d in 49 inch at 740?
no hdr support for this one
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Anyone have an opinion on this or the 58" Vizio D58U-D3 for $599? Is 120hz and slightly better response time worth the extra $200 and 3 less inches? I'm mostly planning on PS4/PC gaming, Netflix, and Google play movie rentals, sitting ~8 ft+ away. Thx.
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Anyone have an opinion on this or the 58" Vizio D58U-D3 for $599? Is 120hz and slightly better response time worth the extra $200 and 3 less inches? I'm mostly planning on PS4/PC gaming, Netflix, and Google play movie rentals, sitting ~8 ft+ away. Thx.
i would save the money. i dont know what games your planning to play but if its fps smaller screen is better
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no hdr support for this one
rtings.com shows it has HDR tho
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If anyone owns this set and an Xbox One S, can you please check how is the input lag on HDR mode?
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Some reviews on Amazon say the set will have HDR with an upcoming patch or that it was already implemented with a patch. Other reviews say that it will never have it ("it will decode but not natively display...". Confusing as some sites list the set as having HDR.

EDIT: After reading more reviews it appears that this Sony set (at least the 55-inch version) does not have HDR. Just filter the reviews for the 55" and search with the keyword "HDR", you'll see plenty of people saying that it doesn't have it. Still a good price though, thanks OP.
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Last edited by Dave89 September 18, 2016 at 06:43 PM
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own this TV, does not have hdr. Supposedly hdr is available for the built in apps only and not over hdmi. However I have never been able to get it work in netflix or Amazon video.

https://www.community.sony.com/t5...d-p/557132
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Anyone have an opinion on this or the 58" Vizio D58U-D3 for $599? Is 120hz and slightly better response time worth the extra $200 and 3 less inches? I'm mostly planning on PS4/PC gaming, Netflix, and Google play movie rentals, sitting ~8 ft+ away. Thx.
I actually bought the Vizio D58 yesterday. My 50" 720p Samsung finally bit the dust but at an inconvenient time, so wanted something on the cheap. Blacks aren't as good as the plasma, but after an hour of tweaking all the settings, the image is sharp and vivid. Fifa 16 and Netflix looked pretty good coming through my Xbox One. For the money, I'm happy with the Vizio.
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Bought this TV earlier this year. This set does in fact have HDR from an update back in February. Those that claim it doesn't most likely haven't done the software update as it was released over six months ago. Just know, the HDR is as basic as can be, not going to be as impressive or as good as the HDR in the more expensive sets that come with it built in.

Great for gaming, I play a lot of PS4 games on it, and I was also able to install Kodi directly onto it since it's an Android TV. This is the cheapest it's been, and this model is about a year old now.

This set and the M series Vizios are the best 4Ks you'll find for under $1000.
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Last edited by PatrickS5636 September 18, 2016 at 06:58 PM
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Quote from justlulu View Post :
Anyone have an opinion on this or the 58" Vizio D58U-D3 for $599? Is 120hz and slightly better response time worth the extra $200 and 3 less inches? I'm mostly planning on PS4/PC gaming, Netflix, and Google play movie rentals, sitting ~8 ft+ away. Thx.
I'd always pick a Sony XBR over a Vizio. Sony tends to make some of the best gaming TVs w/r/t input delay. That Vizio is probably terrible.

Plus Sony TVs integrate perfectly with Sony PS4, so you only need to use your Sony remote to control the TV and PS4. It's an invaluable convenience.

120hz handles 24p content better for films.
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