Excerpt: In an attempt to bring the 4K TV experience to a broader audience some manufacturers like Sony are delivering the goods in smaller sizes. While this 65 inch 4K TV is certainly not small, the price is significantly reduced from the 84 inch introduction model. Sony's introduction of a 4K content distribution system this summer is the first of its kind.
Conclusion: We’re astonished the X900B isn’t Sony’s flagship television … it certainly looks and sounds the part. That this television is able to achieve such excellent black levels and avoid so many edge-lighting pitfalls is a testament to Sony’s engineering chops. We can only imagine what the full-array X950B model must look like. But, we only need to imagine, because what the X900B pulls off with edge lighting far exceeded our expectations.
Pros: Best-in-class picture approaches plasma goodness, Excellent black levels, Rich, vivid color
Cons: Built-in speakers make for polarizing look, Ho-hum Smart TV interface, Stand (legs) doesn’t feel stable, Pricey
Sony XBR-X900B review: Speaker-first 4K TV pumps powerful pictures, too
28 January 2014
Summary: If you can stand its speakers, Sony's XBR-X900B will reward you with the best combination of audio and video quality you've ever seen (or heard).
Pros: The Sony XBR-X900B series provides the best picture quality of any 4K TV we've tested so far, competing well against the better plasmas. It also pumped out best sound of any TV we've heard, bar none. Its prominent speakers and high-end finish makes a unique luxury TV statement. Its feature set is comprehensive, its connectivity forward-looking, and its optional subwoofer a cool, useful extra. With Sony's optional 4K video player, it can access significantly more 4K co...
Cons: Those speakers: you'll either love 'em or hate 'em. Most people won't love 'em. The X900B is also more expensive than most 65-inch 4K TVs. The high resolution doesn't provide a major boost in image quality, especially with non-4K content. The 3D image suffers from substantial crosstalk.
Excerpt: With the introduction of its new 2013 XBR sets, Sony has shown that it’s serious about bringing Ultra HD, popularly referred to as 4K, to consumers at prices that, while still high, are less seizure-inducing than the $25,000 sticker on its 84-inch XBR-84X900 (Home Theater, June 2013).
Conclusion: After experiencing a 4K TV for an extended period of time, I’m completely sold on 4K. Since sending the review unit back, I’ve experienced somewhat of a withdrawal. Watching the Sony XBR-65X900A made me realize what I’m missing on my 1080p television. As I was completing this review, Sony announced that these sets will support HDMI 2.0 via an easy software update before the end of the year.
Televisión LED 4K Sony de 65 pulgadas (XBR-65X900A)
14 August 2013
Conclusion: Muy recomendable para quién esté en busca de lo mejor, tanto por su tamaño, diseño, reproducción de imagen y de audio, puede convertirse en el accesorio perfecto para habitaciones medianas y grandes.
Pros: Sin duda, lo más destacable es su resolución. Además tiene una excelente calidad de reproducción de colores e imágenes en movimiento y distintas opciones de conectividad para interactuar con otros dispositivos.
Cons: El consumo de energía es muy alto. Resulta una inversión de dinero bastante considerable para un equipo del cual, hasta ahora, no hay tanto contenido (4K o UHD).