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Sony 65" X900F BRAVIA 4K (2160P) UHD HDR Dolby Vision Android Smart LED TV (XBR65X900F) $998

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Walmart appears to have the Sony 65" LED x900F on sale for $998.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sony-6...44&veh=sem


Been thinking about this one for a while. Debating between pulling the trigger or holding out for the X950G.


Review:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900f

X900F vs X950G comparison:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...0g/585/764
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annnnnnnnnnnnd the price just bumped back up to $1098
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Another update. It appears this may have been an error that was pushed out and then updated. Moments after I caught this on the Walmart site the page updated to $1,098.

I then went over to amazon and also found the TV priced at $998. I added it to my cart, checked out, and then went back to the original listing. When I got back to the original listing the Amazon price had jumped to $1,098.

Did I just get lucky? What are the odds Amazon cancels my order? It is shipped and sold directly from them.
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This TV has been fluctuating between $999 and $1099 depending on who goes up and then down between two behemoths (WM and Amazon). I got it on BF at the sale price from Amazon and WM had the same price. Coolbeens on eBay was selling it for $899 and sold out at that price. Posters here have claimed that that outfit is affiliated with Beach Camera. I am wondering if they had certain number that they wanted to clear at that low price. Buydig had this as $969 call-in special a few days back, I guess they could not advertise that price directly. So many restrictions by the manufacturers when it comes to web prices. Ebay has clear advantage as they have smaller outfits competing purely on price by unauthorized retailers. By the way, Buydig is also owned by Beach Camera and collectively they are selling massive amounts of TV's at really attractive prices. Clearly using volume of business to their advantage.
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On Black Friday I was able to get this TV for $899.99 plus tax through BuyDig via Google Express. Having buyer's remorse, tried to cancel but it was too late. I decided I'd keep it. Is there any other TV that's better at this price point?
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On Black Friday I was able to get this TV for $899.99 plus tax through BuyDig via Google Express. Having buyer's remorse, tried to cancel but it was too late. I decided I'd keep it. Is there any other TV that's better at this price point?
I got it from pc Richards for $998 and I sent back my Hisense h9f I'd ordered for $799. I'm not an expert but I think $899 for the 900f is outstanding. It's almost 2 years old but the technology hasn't changed enough that this is a problem. Major complaint I've seen is sluggish Android TV but I have not found that to be an issue so far. I love my TV

EDIT: to clarify, I have read complaints that the Android TV experience is a little sluggish. I have not found it to be sluggish myself in 3-4 days of heavy use. I have zero complaints.
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I got it from pc Richards for $998 and I sent back my Hisense h9f I'd ordered for $799. I'm not an expert but I think $899 for the 900f is outstanding. It's almost 2 years old but the technology hasn't changed enough that this is a problem. Major complaint I've seen is sluggish Android TV but I have not found that to be an issue so far. I love my TV

EDIT: to clarify, I have read complaints that the Android TV experience is a little sluggish. I have not found it to be sluggish myself in 3-4 days of heavy use. I have zero complaints.
Yeah, my own extensive research has shown this to be an excellent TV with accurate color rendition. 4K is outstanding and HDR is effective. At sub $1000, it is a great choice. I am going to get it delivered tomorrow morning. Can't wait to hook it up. I was in the market for LG OLED. But I was concerned with burn-in. I am on CNBC quite a lot and my current Samsung Plasma (that this Sony will replace) has slight burn-in logo that is visible only when I view white content (Ice Hockey, Ice skating competition) and that has been bearable. Further, OLED are at least $600+ dollars more for 65 inch screen size. Will wait for better price and get one when I need to replace my Panasonic Plasma, which, by the way, has been great with zero issues. It is old and useless with any apps, though. If we start getting more 4K content, it will be time to upgrade sooner. I am waiting for local broadcasts to begin in 4k next year.
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Yeah, my own extensive research has shown this to be an excellent TV with accurate color rendition. 4K is outstanding and HDR is effective. At sub $1000, it is a great choice. I am going to get it delivered tomorrow morning. Can't wait to hook it up. I was in the market for LG OLED. But I was concerned with burn-in. I am on CNBC quite a lot and my current Samsung Plasma (that this Sony will replace) has slight burn-in logo that is visible only when I view white content (Ice Hockey, Ice skating competition) and that has been bearable. Further, OLED are at least $600+ dollars more for 65 inch screen size. Will wait for better price and get one when I need to replace my Panasonic Plasma, which, by the way, has been great with zero issues. It is old and useless with any apps, though. If we start getting more 4K content, it will be time to upgrade sooner. I am waiting for local broadcasts to begin in 4k next year.
I have a plasma too, and have been hesitant to "upgrade" as I am constantly told to stay with the plasma as long as I can as it has a better picture/refresh rate than most TV's out today. If that is the case, I am not sure why they aren't still being produced. I don't have much 4k content at this point either though.
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Thanks for the replies! I'm upgrading from a 58" Samsung Plasma that still works great. I have a 4K Apple TV that has been my closet for about a year. I figured it was time to upgrade.
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Another update. It appears this may have been an error that was pushed out and then updated. Moments after I caught this on the Walmart site the page updated to $1,098.

I then went over to amazon and also found the TV priced at $998. I added it to my cart, checked out, and then went back to the original listing. When I got back to the original listing the Amazon price had jumped to $1,098.

Did I just get lucky? What are the odds Amazon cancels my order? It is shipped and sold directly from them.
It was $899 over the weekend via ebay.
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