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Steve thanks for the settings. For some reason the settings you provided seemed too yellow or warm for my set, the colors didn't pop. With that said I haven't use a calibration DVD yet. Hopefully get this soon and try to see what's up.

My PQ seems a little fuzzy with Verizon FiOS TV HD channels not sure what's going on there as well...
digitaltrance, the reason why the colors my seem to yellow or warm is because I have my set on Warm 2. You may want to try Warm 1 or Neutral and see if that works for you. Like I said my Pro Calibrated settings may not be for everybody and it all comes down to what you prefer and what looks good to your eyes. As for why your PQ seems fuzzy with Verizon FiOS TV HD you should try messing around with the Sharpness setting and see if that may clear things up.
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Steve thanks for the settings. For some reason the settings you provided seemed too yellow or warm for my set, the colors didn't pop. With that said I haven't use a calibration DVD yet. Hopefully get this soon and try to see what's up.

My PQ seems a little fuzzy with Verizon FiOS TV HD channels not sure what's going on there as well...
Try Warm 2, Clear white set to High and R Gain -3(this setting needs fine tuning for your TV).
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Try Warm 2, Clear white set to High and R Gain -3(this setting needs fine tuning for your TV).


Hey MUGEN why Clear white set to high? What does it do exactly?
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Hey MUGEN why Clear white set to high? What does it do exactly?
I found Warm 2, Clear white set to High and R Gain -3(XBR-46HX929) is the only way I can get rid of the red/yellow tint to all colors and it gives me crisp whites. My XBR-46HX929 settings can be found here Official Sony HX929 Settings & Calibrations Thread.
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I found Warm 2, Clear white set to High and R Gain -3(XBR-46HX929) is the only way I can get rid of the red/yellow tint to all colors and it gives me crisp whites. My XBR-46HX929 settings can be found here Official Sony HX929 Settings & Calibrations Thread
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So MUGEN your applying your XBR-929 setting's to the W9? If true then that's interesting. But I will try your 2 settings on my tv and give you my thoughts.
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So MUGEN your applying your XBR-929 setting's to the W9? If true then that's interesting. But I will try your 2 settings on my tv and give you my thoughts.
I would only use the following settings on the W900A, as they are likely the same for most Sony TV's.

Brightness: 50
Color Temp: Warm 2
Sharpness: 56 for Video (65 for PC/PS3/PS4)
LED Dynamic Control: Standard
Clear White: High
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I would only use the following settings on the W900A, as they are likely the same for most Sony TV's.

Brightness: 50
Color Temp: Warm 2
Sharpness: 56 for Video (65 for PC/PS3/PS4)
LED Dynamic Control: Standard
Clear White: High

Hey MUGEN I tried your 2 settings and in my opinion there was no difference in PQ then what it was set at before so I left the settings as they were. But I did set the Sharpness level at 56.
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Hey MUGEN I tried your 2 settings and in my opinion there was no difference in PQ then what it was set at before so I left the settings as they were. But I did set the Sharpness level at 56.
Have you tried changing Clear White from Off to High with a white or RGB colorband test image? You should notice the difference right away. I spent a lot time fine tuning the sharpness setting and found 56(same setting used on my 2006 XBR3) for General/Cinema and 65 Game/Graphics mode. The sharpness for the overall image is different with Scene mode General/Cinema and Game/Graphics.
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Beware of setting the sharpness higher than 50 if you also use Reality Creation. In my opinion, a picture with sharpness >50 and Reality Creation set at about 20-30 is looking oversharpened (some double-contours visible). Reality Creation intensifies the sharpness even more. So if you set sharpness to lets say 65 AND set Reality Creation to lets say 25, it fortifies the overall sharpness and makes the picture look almost like sharpness 75.

I use to turn down sharpness a bit (40-45) and turn up Reality Creation to 20-30, as it makes the picture look much better and not oversharpened.
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Have you tried changing Clear White from Off to High with a white or RGB colorband test image? You should notice the difference right away. I spent a lot time fine tuning the sharpness setting and found 56(same setting used on my 2006 XBR3) for General/Cinema and 65 Game/Graphics mode. The sharpness for the overall image is different with Scene mode General/Cinema and Game/Graphics.
Have you tried and tested those settings on a W9 ? From what I have tested so far, the sharpness is NOT acting different in different scene modes. The most neutral setting seems to be around 40-45 (for me it's 42). Above 55 double-contours are starting to become visible. And this applies to all scene modes.
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Greetings all.
Joined the W900A club today as I was able to pick one up new for $1199. Seemed like to good a deal to pass up based in the reviews.
Can anyone recommend a good source for calibration settings for this model?
Thanks in advance.
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Have you tried and tested those settings on a W9 ? From what I have tested so far, the sharpness is NOT acting different in different scene modes. The most neutral setting seems to be around 40-45 (for me it's 42). Above 55 double-contours are starting to become visible. And this applies to all scene modes.
I don't have a W900A to test this theory.
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Greetings all.
Joined the W900A club today as I was able to pick one up new for $1199. Seemed like to good a deal to pass up based in the reviews.
Can anyone recommend a good source for calibration settings for this model?
Thanks in advance.

That's an excellent deal for a excellent tv that's no longer made by Sony. Glad I got mine when I did. Try Sound&Vision.com's settings. They are an excellent starting point.
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That's an excellent deal for a excellent tv that's no longer made by Sony. Glad I got mine when I did. Try Sound&Vision.com's settings. They are an excellent starting point.
Can I ask who is making the set if Sony no longer is? Is this part of their attempt on having their television division become profitable again?

Also, anyone have any opinions on this TV vs. the Sony W650A? I currently have a 65 inch of that model on order, but still researching and was considering this set as well as the Samsung H7150. I'm pretty set on the 65" size as well if that plays a part in anyone's answer.

Edit: After a bit more research, I understand that you mean it is no longer in production, not just by Sony.

lol, nevermind my first question then, but if I can find a set, I am interested in the second question. Where have the most recent purchasers bought their sets from?

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Can I ask who is making the set if Sony no longer is? Is this part of their attempt on having their television division become profitable again?

Also, anyone have any opinions on this TV vs. the Sony W650A? I currently have a 65 inch of that model on order, but still researching and was considering this set as well as the Samsung H7150. I'm pretty set on the 65" size as well if that plays a part in anyone's answer.

Edit: After a bit more research, I understand that you mean it is no longer in production, not just by Sony.

lol, nevermind my first question then, but if I can find a set, I am interested in the second question. Where have the most recent purchasers bought their sets from?

I got my W900 direct from Sony. I have had it since May and haven't had a single issue and its been the best tv I have ever owned, period! Just watched Elysium today and holy crap! What beautiful PQ for a tv. Every time I watch a Blu ray movie or regular HD programming this tv never ceases to amaze me. They don't make them like the W9 anymore and that's sad.
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Greetings all.
Joined the W900A club today as I was able to pick one up new for $1199. Seemed like to good a deal to pass up based in the reviews.
Can anyone recommend a good source for calibration settings for this model?
Thanks in advance.
Where did you find the set? I am in the LA area looking for one.
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Where did you find the set? I am in the LA area looking for one.

mmminez, I want to know where he found one as well because my friend is looking for a W9 and the only place I can now find them is online and those are refurbished units which he really doesn't want. I am busting my butt to try and find him one.
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That's an excellent deal for a excellent tv that's no longer made by Sony. Glad I got mine when I did. Try Sound&Vision.com's settings. They are an excellent starting point.
Thanks! I will check them out as soon as possible.
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Where did you find the set? I am in the LA area looking for one.
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mmminez, I want to know where he found one as well because my friend is looking for a W9 and the only place I can now find them is online and those are refurbished units which he really doesn't want. I am busting my butt to try and find him one.
I'm currently stationed at Ft. Bliss in El Paso, TX. The PX here has 10 W900A in stock. At $1199, I thought it was a great deal.
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The wife and I had some friends over last night and the funniest thing happened. I popped in Transformers Revenge Of The Fallen just to show my W9 off and they all thought it was one of Sony's new 4K TV's! They were shocked to learn that my W9 was not a 4K set when I told them it was a 1080p tv. One of our friends said that the PQ was stunning and said it compared even to his father in laws 4K Sony set. This is the first tv I have had to receive such praise from anyone who comes over to our house and see's it in action. It also makes me feel good to know I made the right choice and bought my W9 instead of a 4K tv and saved money to boot. Very proud of my W9 and wouldn't part with it for any other tv...4K or otherwise.
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Does anyone know of a place in the LA area that still has these TVs available for a good price?
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Hello All!


I finally purchased a W900a about three weeks ago after a couple of months of searching and reading every single page of this thread. What a TV! I moved up from a 4 year old Sharp Aquos 40" and the difference has been amazing. Moving up in size while getting better PQ has made this a fantastic buy, and I haven't looked back since. After reading all the rave reviews about this TV I had to get one, and I'm so glad I did.

I think I've got my settings pretty dialed in for my liking, and I really haven't noticed any significant screen issues, so thank you guys for the help there.

That being said, does anyone know where I can get an OEM stand? Or does anyone have one they want to part with? Or any good alternative stand options? Mine didn't come with a stand, and it needs to sit on table so a wall mount is out of the question.
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Sorry but WHERE FROM did you buy this TV? The foot stand is an essential part of the package that you get when you buy this TV. Or any other TV, for that matter.

Probably you could buy the stand directly from Sony as a replacement part, but surely they would charge you sth like 100 bucks, or even more, for a thing that you should've gotten to start with...

You really should YELL to the source where you bought the TV from!
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Sorry but WHERE FROM did you buy this TV? The foot stand is an essential part of the package that you get when you buy this TV. Or any other TV, for that matter.

Probably you could buy the stand directly from Sony as a replacement part, but surely they would charge you sth like 100 bucks, or even more, for a thing that you should've gotten to start with...

You really should YELL to the source where you bought the TV from!

I bought it as an open box from Best Buy. I knew the stand wasn't included going into it, so I was okay with buying it that way. I just didn't foresee finding a stand being as much of an issue.
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I bought it as an open box from Best Buy. I knew the stand wasn't included going into it, so I was okay with buying it that way. I just didn't foresee finding a stand being as much of an issue.

Try and give Sony a call and they may be able to provide you with a replacement stand. Congrats on getting your W9 by the way. The best tv Sony has yet made in my book.
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Hey guys.
So I've had my W900A just over 7 months now. When I first got it I did notice slight bleeding at the top-right, bottom-left corners but they weren't easily noticeable.
A week ago I got rid of my couch so I now sit on the floor, looking up at the TV and I noticed the bleeding was pretty bad.
Photo looks a lot better than it does in person. When I stand (look down at the TV), it's a bit better.
Is this just a matter of viewing angle or is my TV slowly dying? Can I tweak settings to fix this?
Thanks.
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Hey guys.
So I've had my W900A just over 7 months now. When I first got it I did notice slight bleeding at the top-right, bottom-left corners but they weren't easily noticeable.
A week ago I got rid of my couch so I now sit on the floor, looking up at the TV and I noticed the bleeding was pretty bad.
Photo looks a lot better than it does in person. When I stand (look down at the TV), it's a bit better.
Is this just a matter of viewing angle or is my TV slowly dying? Can I tweak settings to fix this?
Thanks.

By looking at the photo I notice clouding but it don't mean your tv is dying. Try and turn your Backlight down and see if that helps.
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LED Dynamic Control is set to STANDARD or at least LOW?

btw: A few days ago, a damn thunderbug aka thrips has entered my W905 and decided to die right in the middle of the screen Now it seems like a black dead pixel is right there. Never in my life has this happend to any of my TVs. Paid over 2500,-€ for it and now this happens...

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Hi guys!

I’ve finally bought Sony 55w905a a week ago. I’m glad that I’ve taken 55 inch version instead of 46. Now I think anything smaller than 55 won’t be satisfying for me).

For now I want to say that it definitely has got dse, banding and some clouding at corners. If it wasn’t for the price of 1200$, I would probably return it.
Viewing angle is very limited and you really have to sit directly in front of it, move 30 - 40 cm to the side and you get lighter blacks on the opposite side of tv.

What really made me happy about this TV is it’s impulse mode and low input lag, compared to my old Mitsubishi 930sb crt monitor it’s almost as fast.

I have compared this 55w905a side by side to other 4 display devices I've currently got: Mitsubishi 930sb CRT monitor, Benq gw2760hs a-mva monitor, Samsung 40b530 spva tv, Samsung 40eh5300 spva tv.

And after comparison I'm not happy with this Sony TV color reproduction.
Green color at 100% saturation is obviously not fully saturated. If you turn live color to low, it becomes fully saturated, but much shifted towards blue, which makes grass look a little unnatural.
Blue is undersaturated just a bit but it's hard to notice.

But what really disappointed me is Yellow!! It is definetly undersaturated too much, and nothing can help it. I've tried changing every single option in the menu in every mode. Even increasing color setting to the max did nothing to it.
I've even got into service menu and tried to change white balance, no luck.
All my other display devices displayed good saturated yellow.
I've added photo comparison to Benq gw2760hs va monitor(it's to the left with 55w905a to the right).

All I've said about colors can be seen in hdtvtest review, except yellow undersaturation looks much more dramatic than seen on their color scale.

It is very disappointing that a TV priced 3000$(when sales began) and having this widely advertised Triluminous tech actually can't reproduce colors as good as cheap old Samsung 40eh5300 spva tv (400$).

Does anybody know a way to fix this undersaturated yellow issue? maybe there is some setting in service menu I haven't found?
Does updating firmware change color reproduction in any way?

For now I think that it just can't reproduce saturated yellow due to this Triluminous tech.
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^ At that price, I'm guessing that it was an open box item. You might want to start by doing a factory reset and go from there.
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