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Rumors say sony will continue the production of this model until 2046
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Costco has the X90CH, which is the X900H but costco branded, for about $70 more on sale starting 9/30.
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Costco has the X90CH, which is the X900H but costco branded, for about $70 more on sale starting 9/30.
Would bestbuy pricematch this? probably not since it's a different model?
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Costco has the X90CH, which is the X900H but costco branded, for about $70 more on sale starting 9/30.
I'd get the Costco one just for the extra warranty! The small price difference is a no-brainer. Who wants to pay $900 for a 2 yr old TV?
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Is the TV two years old or is the model two years old? The only downside of this two year old model is that you might get one less year of updates. Otherwise, this is a nice TV
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I've got one model generation earlier, the X900E, and absolutely love it. It's still my hands down favorite TV model I've seen in person at a friend or family's place, including some newer Samsung QLEDs. Yeah, the X900F is a bit old at this point, but it's excellent picture quality at a good price.
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I've got one model generation earlier, the X900E, and absolutely love it. It's still my hands down favorite TV model I've seen in person at a friend or family's place, including some newer Samsung QLEDs. Yeah, the X900F is a bit old at this point, but it's excellent picture quality at a good price.
I agree! The 900E is still my personal favorite. I has it until last month when the screen broke. I am still devastated 😢. I got the 900F as a replacement but I am not satisfied. It gets brighter but that's about it. Wish I could find a 65 900E in my area.
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Are there better 65+" in this price range?
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Are there better 65+" in this price range?
Costco has the 900H for sale starting 9/30 for $969. Holding out for a deal for the 65" 950H.
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Once you dial it in right this TV has a GREAT picture. I have a 950G with 950H firmware and the difference is minimal (the 950g/h is a step up from the 900H). Regular cable never looked so good, the upscaling is great.
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I agree! The 900E is still my personal favorite. I has it until last month when the screen broke. I am still devastated 😢. I got the 900F as a replacement but I am not satisfied. It gets brighter but that's about it. Wish I could find a 65 900E in my area.
Oh nooo, so sorry to hear that! So you actually prefer the X900E over the X900F? That's good to know.

I really can't imagine a better price-to-performance ratio than these Sony X900's when they're getting cleared out. So worth the jump from junkier $400-$600 65" tvs, and so much cheaper than $2500 65" OLEDs.
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Oh nooo, so sorry to hear that! So you actually prefer the X900E over the X900F? That's good to know.

I really can't imagine a better price-to-performance ratio than these Sony X900's when they're getting cleared out. So worth the jump from junkier $400-$600 65" tvs, and so much cheaper than $2500 65" OLEDs.
I got a 65 inch 950g for around $1,200 end of last year and I've really liked it. How much of a difference are the 900's?
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