Sony X850F 4K HDR TV: UHD 65 Inch Smart TV with 4K HDR10, X1 Processor, Ultra HD TRILUMINOS Display, Motionflow XR – Android LED TV, Alexa Voice Control Compatible

January 21, 2019 - Comment

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Armed with a stunning array of technologies like the X1 Extreme Processor, X-Tended Dynamic Range PRO, and X-Motion Clarity, the Sony X850F 4K HDR LED displays an awe-inspiring 4K HDR picture with stunning clarity, contrast, and color. It’s more than just a LED – It’s what 4K HDR LEDs aspire to be. Bluetooth profile support – Version 4.1 ; HID (mouse/keyboard connectivity)/HOGP (Low Energy device connectivity)/SPP(Serial Port Profile)/A2DP (stereo audio) 2/AVRCP (AV remote control) with featured smartphone connectivity with built-in chromecast , screen mirroring (Miracast) and video & TV SideView (iOS/Android) with specific supported video signals like Analogue signal: 1080p (50, 60 Hz), 1080i (50, 60 Hz), 720p (50, 60 Hz), 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i . HDMI signal: 4096x2160p (24, 50, 60Hz), 3840x2160p (24, 25, 30, 50, 60Hz), 1080p (30, 50, 60Hz), 1080/24p, 1080i (50, 60Hz), 720p (30, 50, 60Hz), 720/24p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i and also features 120 W power consumption in operation and 0.5 W power consumption during standby

Product Features

  • 4K ULTRA HD: 4K Resolution with High Dynamic Range for incredible detail, brightness, and clarity
  • LIFELIKE CONTRAST: Take non-HDR content to the next level with the X1 processor and 4K X-Reality Pro
  • VIBRANT COLORS: Enjoy rich, natural colors with TRILUMINOS display and 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping
  • CATCH THE ACTION: Motionflow XR technology gives you on-screen action with virtually no motion blur
  • GENIUS TV: Our 65″ Android TV with Google Assistant is compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home
  • INPUTS: 4 HDMI inputs, 2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, and 1 composite input; includes hidden cable holder
  • INCLUDES: Smart remote, batteries, power cord spec, IR Blaster, instructions, setup guide and stand
  • DIMENSIONS: TV with stand – 57 1/8″ x 35 1/2″ x 12 1/2″; TV without stand – 57 1/8″ x 33″ x 2 1/8″

Comments

Anonymous says:

Lost Picture, Sound, and Wouldn’t Turn Back On an Hour After Delivery This picture and sound on the TV disappeared completely less than an hour after it had been delivered, and about 15 minutes after I went through a rather tedious setup and started watching it. After the picture and sound disappeared, the TV simply would not turn back on. And what I learned was a error signal kept flashing red on the LED lamp below the screen. Sony customer support talked me through a factory reset, and the picture and sound returned, but only for a minute or two, and then…

Anonymous says:

A Smart TV for a Smart Home I was looking to upgrade my 6.5 year old Sony 55″ Bravia TV (KDL-55HX750) and wanted a larger screen with a 4K display. OLED TVs are too pricey at this stage, so I decided to stick with an LED display. I’ve been a longtime Sony TV owner and decided to stick with the brand for reliability and good picture quality. I selected the XBR65X850F for a few reasons: 65″ size, Android TV, 4 HDMI ports, and size/space underneath television to fit my “sound bar”.The TV satisfies my needs of my…

Anonymous says:

difference between SONY x900F and the x850F and SONY/LG OLED at BestBuy Although the SONY x900f was slightly brighter than the x850F, I didn’t think that looked natural because rocks and flowers should be the recipient of light, not emanatting light. So I bought the SONY x850F and saved $1k+tax over the SONY x900F. I didn’t see any problems with the dark scenes not being black like the professional reviewers mentioned.When I compared the SONY x850F LED to the LG OLED, the dark scenes in the LG were too dark that I couldn’t see the details in the dark…

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