Sony 65" 4K UHD HDR LED Android Smart TV (XBR65X900E) - Black

  • Model #: XBR65X900E
  • Web Code: 10584569
$2,299.99
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Sale Ends: November 22, 2017
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Overview

Enjoy stunning images so real they'll awaken your other senses with the X900E Sony 65" 4K Ultra HD Android smart TV. The 4K HDR television offers unparalleled colour reproduction and detail. It features full-array backlight and 5x dynamic range, all from a slim design with a barely-there bezel. Android TV gives you access to boundless content.

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Ultra HD clarity and HDR detail

  • 65-inch 4K Ultra HD display with stunning 3840 x 2160 resolution brings movies, games, TV shows, and sporting events to vivid life
  • HDR (High Dynamic Range) finds the sweet spot where clarity, colour, and contrast are optimized, bringing out the brilliant detail to make every scene more realistic and captivating
  • Sony's 4K HDR Processor X1 upscales content to near 4K HDR quality, so all your Full HD content can overflow with rich new detail and vibrancy
  • A 120Hz refresh rate and Motionflow XR 960 technology deliver rapid pixel response times so on-screen action appears super smooth and realistic
  • HDCP 2.2 compliant

Vivid colours, rich blacks, bright whites

  • Slim Backlight Drive+ delivers light where it's needed most, with precise local dimming control, ensuring exceptional brightness and deep blacks, all from an ultrathin design
  • X-tended Dynamic Range PRO 10x backlighting offers 10 times the dynamic range of conventional LED TVs
  • TRILUMINOS display technology produces a wide colour range to bring out vivid reds, greens, and blues

Smart streaming with Android TV

  • Android TV functionality opens up a world of entertainment: movies, music, games -- you name it -- Android TV has it, along with Google Home compatibility
  • Voice Search and Sony's Content Bar make it easier than ever to find what you're looking for, and the included remote's Discover button enables one-click convenient access to a world of entertainment
  • YouTube and Netflix are preloaded, so you can stream everything from cat compilation videos to the latest Netflix original series (Netflix subscription not included)
  • Built-in Chromecast lets you easily view content like videos, games, and apps from your compatible mobile device with just one tap

Ready to connect and designed to be streamlined

  • 4 HDMI inputs (1 side and 3 rear) let you plug in an array of devices, including your Blu-ray player, game console, cable box
  • 3 USB side ports, 1 rear hybrid component video input with composite
  • Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity
  • Optical digital audio out, hybrid headphone jack with audio out and subwoofer out
  • Thin, elegant aluminum frame with a barely-there bezel keeps you focused on the screen
  • Hidden cable routing keeps the clutter out of sight to complement the sleek looks

What's in the Box?

  • Voice Remote Control (RMF-TX200U)
  • Batteries (R03)
  • AC Power Cord Spec (Pig-tail US 2Pin (Flat Blades))
  • IR Blaster (1-849-161-12)
  • Operating Instructions
  • Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE (GA)
  • Table Top Stand (Separate, assembly required)

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • from Victoria, BC
5.0

Superb

Upgraded from a 50" 2009 Samsung plasma to this 2017 Sony beauty, and it was well worth the wait. Sony have hit the ball out of the park with their 2017 TV's and the X900E excels in every aspect. Like many consumers I did a lot of research before buying this TV (it came down to the X900E and the X930E - Samsung just weren't in the mix with their 2017 QLED's) and my main reasons for choosing it were the price, picture quality and upscaling ability. I watch mostly sports (hockey, baseball) via Telus Optik, Netflix movies and documentaries. Not a gamer so can't comment on that side of things. Hockey looks absolutely awesome on the 65" screen. I think Telus broadcasts 720p for their Rogers stream and the TV upscales this nicely. It looks very sharp and the TV has excellent motion handling. Even the fastest pace action is wonderfully smooth. Movies look awesome in Netflix in HD as I refuse to pay extra for Ultra HD when the TV is upscaling to near 4K quality on well mastered content anyway. I'm sure there is a difference in picture quality with HD and Ultra HD but quite frankly what I'm seeing looks amazing. Also tried out some 4K videos via YouTube and ... wow. Planet Earth II is also on Netflix now and I tried that out - looked stunning beyond words and I don't think it was even streaming in 1080p. The TV just worked wonders with the signal it was getting. I can't compare that to what it would look like against a 4K blu ray, but again to my eyeballs it was spectacular. Also against what it says on the actual box, I didn't have to create a Google account to use the TV and in fact I'm not even 'logged in' to Google. I turn the TV on for cable viewing and it comes on straight away. You don't have to negotiate your way through an opeating system if using cable. I guess if I didn't have cable then I would need to use the Android system more (and therefore do the whole Google login thing) but for cable use I reiterate that the operating system is almost surplus to requirements. I'd read other reviews about it being a bit clunky and slow but that will depend on how it's being used. So to cut this story short, I'm very pleased with the TV indeed. Stunning picture, easy to use, plenty of great reviews and picture calibration info online and a really excellent price on sale from Best Buy.


  • from Markham, ON
5.0

Stunning Picture Quality

Very please with choosing Sony x900E. The TV is very well build. Picture quality is stunning, clean, sharp. The contrast and picture depth is able to produce an immersive effective, which make Movie watching many times more enjoyable than lower end models. I watched the latest Star War and Star Trek (1080p) content on this TV, the up scaling of the 1080p content to 4K is absolutely perfect. It really makes the movie to come alive. I give this TV all thumbs up.


  • from Markham, ON
4.0

Great TV with one concern

Great TV with one concern I hadn't seen this mentioned anywhere before and I looked at a lot of reviews. Potential Concern: My TV turned on by itself in the early morning even though I had both timers turned to OFF (at bottom of GUI beside the main setting button). However there is another setting you need to be aware of: You have to into settings and find the Bravia Sync settings. Here you find the option to sync your devices to the Sony TV. You can have it turn on or turn off other HDMI attached devices. I believe what happened in my case was an automatic firmware update on my TV cable box by my Rogers cable provider and this recycled the power on the box which in turn powered on my TV. OR, a power glitch--although no indication of disruptions on other appliances. I'm just happy that I was not watching the fireplace channel before I turned the TV off because it comes up with the last channel viewed when the TV was powered off! You can choose want you want to happen or choose NOT to sync at all. For now , I chose to not sync a power on with my TV and external HDMI devices. With that out of the way: Another potential gotcha: According to Sony support, the IR blaster only controls one device --either your cable box or receiver. You MUST (although I can say only one seems to work for me) use both sensors in front of your cable box to get it to work (not just one hanging unused). Does not work with my Denon 1912 receiver. I set my sound to TV speakers, use an optical connection to my receiver and set it to a preferred level and tweak the volume on my TV through the remote. In other words I use both internal and external speaker simultaneously. My installation and setup experience: Shipping: My original shipment was late and no appointment was made as I expected Packaging: Was very good and drivers opened box for me to do a visual inspection (no problems) Stand Setup: Easy--4 chrome screws to attach back plate to stand (4 screws were already preinstalled to hold plate securely as well) and 4 black screws to attach to back of TV. Initial TV setup: Easy to follow MUST use all capitals for postal code in Canada! Used wired connection for firmware update. Connectivity: Wired and wireless are very good for me but my router is in the same room which makes a difference. I also have a very fast connection speed--100 mb/s from provider Android: I love Android and have several devices, so I know how to navigate the OS. I also connected a fast SSD to the USB 3 port and migrated my apps to it. I believe it made the navigation of the OS even quicker. I also have an Android based Nvidia Shield box connected but often can't tell which I am using but prefer the Nvidia shield for rock steady 4K steaming (2160 Res). The TV itself will default to 1440 or 1080 if the internet traffic is heavy (peak hrs) I have Chrome running on the tv Android OS and with a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard email and browsing is quite fast. Remote: Takes a little getting used to--Use Home a lot, Back, Action menu for picture setting access. Give it a chance and you will find it does a lot of things! Worst part is hitting the DISCOVER button accidently. Processor and Ram: Seems to have a quad core Rockchip ARM v7 Rev2, 3229 processor with 2 gig of ram and 8 gig storage and this seems like a common Android box configuration--not the most powerful configuration but gets it done for the most part. Better than average performance but still no where near my NShield. Note:If you have trouble with the OS , hold the power button down for about 5 sec and you reboot the operating system and that usually gets things back on track. Picture Quality: Great and 4K HDR from YouTube will blow you away, Netflix is very good but I don't think you are always getting the Resolution you think, depending on when you are accessing it--throttled down?? Upscaling: 1080p DVDs great, 720P good and 480 DVDs results seem to vary in terms of upscaling quality. No


  • from Edmonton, AB
5.0

Impressed

Extremely impressed with this TV. Never having owned a 4K TV before I was unsure just how good it would be. I find myself watching 4K programs and not paying attention to the actual content, just the detail of the image. Nice to have the ability to have kodi and emulators directly on the TV so I don't need a seperate box. Also really nice being able to hook my ps4 up to the TV to control it/play emulators. Only downfall I have found is that it takes awhile to startup (30 sec - 1 min). Other than that I have no qualms about it. If you're on the fence about it, I say to go for it. The Best Buy Employee that assisted me had nothing but good things to say and I see why.


  • from Kingston, ON
5.0

This thing is absolutely sick

Some people say that Sony has been falling out of the TV game, but I couldn't disagree more. Picture wise, it's truly astonishing. The Blacks are deep and colors are vibrant, but not artificially over saturated like some of the competition. After calibrating will local dimming enabled, this thing boasts a static contrast ratio of roughly 6500:1. That is just pure insanity. and the motion...The motion is fluid, without judder (however when I maxed all of the motion settings, it was a little too strong in the soap opera effect for my taste). You can play around with the settings though as they are fully customizable to suit your taste. Lastly the use of Android TV is a beautiful touch. I love being able to cast whatever video I am watching to the TV with the press of a button. And hey built in Plex and Kodi! Woot woot! Menu's are quick enough - not quite as fast as LG's WebOS 3 interface, but nothing that would slow you down. The voice search option is a boon to usability as well, and I've found myself using that more than typing. Long Story Short - Love the TV, happy with the purchase 9.5/10. Would buy again. Good Job Sony...Good Job.


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