6 thoughts on “Sony XBR-X900E: Midpriced TV with a high-end picture

  • December 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    David Katzmaier is a sell out. Just like the whole of CNET. I asked him once to write an article on how Google destroyed YouTube for Android TV, and he quietly didn't, and his team either. They are all paid by Google. They advertise on the site — many hundreds of users crying out on Google forums but CNET didn't even touched the matter. They just talk about the new stuff! Even here, he shows off Google. True journalism is dead! I don't like Trump but on this he is right! Viva Fake News!

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  • December 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    You guys are a bit late to the party with the review. I think any TV reviews needs to be out before Black Friday, especially upper midrange sets. Anywho, I own the 49 inch version and yes it's impressive for a LED, but I do wish it had more LED zones. Viewing angles are bad, but it comes with the territory using VA panels. My personal rating for the 900E is 8.25 out of ten.

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  • December 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    I got this, it's great but when I got it I swore they said it was last year model and I bought it for $1k at best buy, it's an android t.v. so it's more flexible with apps than a vizo. Tag and ask me if u got questions. Btw it's lovely with the ps4 pro, idk for Xbox x since I have the one but it still makes games and movies look good sound decent need to get surround for it

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  • December 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    The Sony 900D was classified as a high end TV less than 12 months ago and this newer 900E has a superior display by a large margin yet most tech reviewers are calling it midrange? What a load of crap. This TV is direct lit LED you can't even get that on competing range QLED Samsung TVs.

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