Sony XBR-65HX929 65-inch 3D LED TV review
The Sony XBR-65HX929 65-inch 3D LED TV is Sony’s flagship 3D TV featuring Full-array LED backlight with local dimming technology, X-reality PRO video processing, Motionflow XR 960Hz refresh rate, Internet TV for streaming entertainment, and built-in WiFi in a Monolithic design with OptiContrast panel with Gorilla Glass.
The X-Reality Pro is a dual-chip digital video processor that adjusts signal patterns by analyzing and comparing content to an enormous library of film and video so that it optimizes high definition content, compressed HD signals, standard definition, and other sources. Therefore, the video output is significant better. In addition, the engine’s multi-frame analysis helps create missing resolution and Sony’s Super Bit Mapping technology incorporates 14 bit up-scaling, processing and pixel mapping. The low tone picture quality will be improved.
Sony Bravia Internet video offers a total of 40 Internet services, including Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus, Amazon VOD, YouTube, Slack, Crackle and blip.tv, etc.
Skype was built in and you can connect to a special Sony camera and microphone (CMU-BR100) to make 720p HD video calls with friends.
According to the cnet: “Sony’s Intelligent Peak LED Backlight uses full array local dimming for deeper blacks, while also boosting brightness in lighter scenes creating incredible on-screen contrast.” “In terms of 3D, Sony says it has beefed up response times to help reduce crosstalk, that ghost double-image around 3D objects,…”
The Sony XBR-HX929 series has three models:
- Sony XBR-65HX929 65-inch
- Sony XBR-55HX929 55-inch
- Sony XBR-46HX929 46-inch
The price details are not announced. The 65-inch model will be available August and the 55-inch and 46-inch models will be available April.