Summary: As soon as the Sony XBR-84X900 came out, I knew I had to have it. I went to my local Best Buy to check out the quality on it and it was unbelievable. It was like looking through a window at a real scene being acted before me. I absolutely NEEDED to have it.
Summary: This is an amazing find on Amazon! Seriously folks, saving 1 whole friggin dollar off of the list price! This is an absolutely amazing find! I don't care what kind of TV it is, the fact that I can save a buck by buying this from here is enough to make me want to spend 24,998 dollars on a television...
Summary: $25000 for the tv is beyond reproach. I payed $10000 for your 65" which is now worth $3000 a year later. HTF can you ask $25000? Seriously, who cares how good the picture is when the signal coming is average??
Summary: Checked this out at the Sony Store in Manhattan at 56th and Madison. It was showing the James Bond Skyfall trailer in 4k. The one thing that's really great about 4k is that you can sit much closer due to the resolution. An 80 inch TV is basically like four 40 inch tvs in a grid.
Summary: would rather buy a car insted of buying this expensive junk. tv picture quality isn't that much like the real thing. imo it looks like regular tv . btw only 60hz your cable box or video source can process. so this means that your picture quality would look like crap .
Summary: I do not own one, however i have spent some time in front of one at a home theater store. It is a beautiful display and the 3D is even more so. However i caution anyone from early adopting this one. I'm all about early adoption when it means i have something that will last.