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why was he changing the HDMI board out?

I got the set in June so it did not have the HDCP 2.0 compliant board and they had to switch it out in order to watch the X1.
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Well I'll be damned! That did it! But I already setup my return pick up with bestbuy! Ahh!! Funny how one simple setting changed the entire picture!

Great news!
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Well I'll be damned! That did it! But I already setup my return pick up with bestbuy! Ahh!! Funny how one simple setting changed the entire picture!
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Great news!

For my clarification, is this setting you changed (and found it worked) something on Direct TV box or on the television?
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Have you watched any 3d content yet on the 4k? If not, prepare to be impressed. Me and my fiancée watch 3d on 3 different sets prior to the 4k and the 4k just blew the others away...by a mile!

A 3D movie you might want to watch is Jurassic Park 3D that they remade. They actually did a very good job on the 3D, it was recommended to me and I was surprised how good the 3D looked.
We should list the best 3D movies we have watched.
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For my clarification, is this setting you changed (and found it worked) something on Direct TV box or on the television?

It was on the Direct TV box. Press the FORMAT button (and hold) on your DIRECTV remote control. Keep pressing this button until you see "720p," "1080i," or "1080p" on your screen

There is also a RES button on the front panel.

This is what Direct TV says. I guess you have to experiment.--

DIRECTV gives you a choice. In many cases you can get even better picture quality by using your HD receiver's native mode, but this may slow down channel changes a bit on older TVs or give an annoying blue screen during channel changes. Luckily there's an easy way to switch back and forth.

If you're interested in trying out this feature, it's easy to do. First, look at your DIRECTV receiver while it's on. One of the resolution lights will be lit -- either 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i or (on newer boxes) 1080p. Make a note of what is lit up so you can change it later if you need to.

Going into native mode is easy using the standard white DIRECTV remote. Start by tuning to channel 201, which is a 480i channel. Press and hold {FORMAT} for about 3 seconds until the resolution message at the bottom of the screen disappears. In many cases the screen will flicker for a moment but it may not. At this point you can judge whether or not you see any improved picture quality.

Many people like native mode because it relies on the TV to do the conversion from standard definition to high definition. With expensive TVs this can make a really big difference. However, if you have a less expensive TV, the picture quality may actually be improved by letting your DIRECTV box do all the work.

To turn native mode off, tune to a high-definition channel. If you have a 720p television (an older TV, a smaller TV, or a plasma TV) turn to your local ABC affiliate if it's in HD. If you have a newer, 1080p TV, tune to your local CBS affiliate if it's in HD. Then press and hold {FORMAT} again. This should turn native off again. If you think it didn't work, for example you are still seeing slower channel changes or flashes between channel changes, follow these steps:

•Press {MENU}
•Arrow to Settings and Help and press {SELECT}.
•Arrow to Settings and press {SELECT}.
•Arrow to Display and press {SELECT}.
•Arrow to Video and press {SELECT}.
•Confirm that Native says "OFF." if it does not, press {SELECT}, scroll to "OFF" and press {SELECT}.


Finally, look at the front of your receiver to make sure the same resolution light is lit that was lit when you started. If not, press the RES button on the front panel until it is.
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Some of the reviews for the Sony sets say the off angle viewing is good while others say beware. When I first saw one in BB I saw no problem but now that I have a unit at home I can see that I have a set with a narrow sweet spot. This is my first LED set for critical movie watching. Previously I only had PDPs from either Samsung or Panasonic so I had to come to grips with this off angle thing. It was somewhat frustrating at first until I saw that I could rearrange my theater seats, to have them within the sweet spot. Instead of 4 across I made it 3 but now I'm in the market for two more theater seats to complete the second row. I'll also have to re-position my rear side speakers and move the TV stand back as far as I can. Wanted something larger but settled on 65" set. A larger screen would have widened the viewing area.
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Thanks to Dreaux for sharing the Sony technician's advice to feed the X900 a 1080 signal for improved PQ.  If you found the DirecTV instructions somewhat confusing, here is a simpler version, which applies to the DirecTV DVR, not the TiVo.

 

First, make sure Native Mode is turned off.  Go to Menu/Settings & Help/Settings/Display/Video and turn Native off.

 

Second, while still in the Display menu, scroll down to TV Resolutions, and uncheck every resolution lower than 1080.  This tells the DVR to only output a 1080 signal.

 

Third, test to make sure the settings are correct.  Tune to a network that broadcasts in a resolution lower than 1080i (e.g. Fox, ABC, or ESPN, which all broadcast in 720P).  On your TV remote, click "Display" and you should see that the TV is receiving a 1080i signal.

 

Since the objective is to provide the X900 with a 1080 signal, you can also accomplish this by turning on the up-convert setting on your AVR and making sure it is configured to output 1080.

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Any one here using a premium sound bar with their Sony tv?

 

I'm tortured between choosing Sony HTST7 HD Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer, Klipsch HD Theater SB 3 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer or  Polk Audio Surround Bar 9000 IHT

 

Any advice?

 

Also any advice on how to use a head set with this tv? Where the hell do I plug in a head set???

 

Thanks

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I just got back from listening to the Sony soundbar and compared it to Bose, Klipsch, and Polk.

Again the Sony wins. The sound is crystal clear. The bose's sound was not as good although it could be heard from an angle in the room. The other sound bars were ok, but they too could not be heard properly from the sides (You have to be right in front for best performance).

 

So the Sony HTST7 HD Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer wins again.

My next choice would have been the Bose or Klipsch.

 

I know this is a little Off Topic, but sound is also really important with our Sony Tv's.

 

I also took a look at the new Sharp 4k UHD TV @70"

Absolutely horrific. I could not believe my eyes..there were black shadows around the edges of this tv...and all the content I saw on my thumb drive was extremely poor. This tv has huge problems.

The image kept vibrating at times. I asked the guys at HHgregg if they thought it was defective? They said "No".

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delivery tomorrow, finally, but why must you torture me Best Buy with the 4-6pm delivery window?????

sure hope hdmi 4 has been fixed on this set..which way should the port be facing if it was fixed? I know someone had posted a picture of the corrected HDMI4 port..

65 inch, media, and a bdp790...maybe they will be here by 3....
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I believe that it has been mentioned that units with the HDMI4 fix have a Media Player label on them, like this one:

 

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I believe that it has been mentioned that units with the HDMI4 fix have a Media Player label on them, like this one:



Yes, I know that to be true, but it is possible that a sticker falls off a box....Is your hdmi 4 in a different orientation than the other ones on the tv?
I believe the picture I saw of a "fixed" on, shows the hdmi 4 turned vertically, and all the other hdmi inputs are horizontal..

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I just got back from listening to the Sony soundbar and compared it to Bose, Klipsch, and Polk.
Again the Sony wins. The sound is crystal clear. The bose's sound was not as good although it could be heard from an angle in the room. The other sound bars were ok, but they too could not be heard properly from the sides (You have to be right in front for best performance).

So the Sony HTST7 HD Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer wins again.
My next choice would have been the Bose or Klipsch.

I know this is a little Off Topic, but sound is also really important with our Sony Tv's.

I also took a look at the new Sharp 4k UHD TV @70"
Absolutely horrific. I could not believe my eyes..there were black shadows around the edges of this tv...and all the content I saw on my thumb drive was extremely poor. This tv has huge problems.
The image kept vibrating at times. I asked the guys at HHgregg if they thought it was defective? They said "No".

It was smart you have your thumb drive with you so you could compare the same content on each set. Gives you a much better frame of reference.
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Well I'll be damned! That did it! But I already setup my return pick up with bestbuy! Ahh!! Funny how one simple setting changed the entire picture!

That's awesome!!! Glad I was able to offer some help back to the community! smile.gif
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Someone asked what the back of the TV looks like for the newer x9s that have the new HDMI 4 upgrade prior to sale. Here is a shot of mine I took the day I hung it.

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Someone asked what the back of the TV looks like for the newer x9s that have the new HDMI 4 upgrade prior to sale. Here is a shot of mine I took the day I hung it.


Thanks.

So what manufacture time should I look for? Like anything September onwards???

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Has anyone purchased their set directly from Sony? They have a 30 day return policy with no restocking fee.

Just wondering how the transaction went?
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Thanks.

So what manufacture time should I look for? Like anything September onwards???

Cheers

Mine shows July 2013.

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So it would be safe to say anything after 2013 is good.

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So it would be safe to say anything after 2013 is good.

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Article dated April 7, 2013:

"At Sony's NAB press conference today here in Las Vegas, the company finally shared pricing for its smaller 4K models, the Bravia XBR-55X900A and the XBR-65X900A, which ring in at 55 and 65 inches, respectively."
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Sorry I ment to insert july 2013 lol

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I was in BB tonight and saw the 850. It has a good picture but the 900 definitely outshines it. I'm going to have to get past the look of the speakers as I switched my order to the X900 65".
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I think this is the over all feeling among Sony 4K owners. I also was waiting for the 850 but after listening to others and the lack of passive 3d I will be getting the X900 next week!
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A Sony tech was at my house last Wednesday switching out the HDMI board and wanted to check the TV with the DTV source. He told me to put it on 1080i since the better the source the better Sony will upscale it. I have both 1080i and 1080p checked. This leaves the Sony to only upscale from 1080i to 2160p so I think one would need to experiment with the settings to see what works best for you. smile.gif

 

 

I have been running for the past two days with up-scaling the image to 1080 prior to passing it to the X900.  I see an improvement, and am convinced that the advice that Dreaux received from the Sony tech was good.  Since I purchased the X900 several weeks ago, I have been struggling with what I perceive as a fair amount of variability in the PQ, depending on the source.  By ensuring that the signal is always 1080, I have removed one potential source of variability (e.g. a mixture of 720p and 1080i broadcasts), and my impression is that the PQ now has less variability as well as showing an overall improvement.

 

It would be interesting to hear if others have conducted a similar test, and what their results have been.

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I think I just purchased the 65". I applied for finance because I couldnt wait anymore for the paypal funds to clear. It should arrive friday with an outside chance monday. Hopefully its friday lol

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I think I just purchased the 65". I applied for finance because I couldnt wait anymore for the paypal funds to clear. It should arrive friday with an outside chance monday. Hopefully its friday lol

Well done, even without 4k the upscalled 720p and 1080p are worth it, and the futures so bright!
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Bloody Hawksmoon talked me into the 65". He said if your undecided just go the bigger one. It was 2k more but!!! eek.gif

Also from what I can understand the 55" is 100hz and 800hz motion-flow and the 65" is 120hz and 960hz motion-flow.

Also with the 55" I could kind of see the horizontal bands. Im not sure if I should be able to but from the distance I would be sitting in front of it I think it would be noticeable. But i dont think it will worry me anyways.

I guess I will have to get my missus to buy me some chiropractor vouchers for XMAS because using the 65" as a monitor is going to make my neck sore lol.

Another good thing I guess is that the set is getting ordered in from Sony's warehouse. Surely I must get a later model.

Now I just have to be patient and wait. lol

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The reason why X850A's 3D becomes active again is most likely due to a new panel vendor source.

[LG 4K 120Hz FPR panel]
XBR-84X900 / KDL-84X9000
Toshiba 84Z8X,

[AUO 4K 120Hz FPR panel]
XBR-55X900A / XBR-65X900A / KDL-55X9000A / KDL-65X9000A
Toshiba 65Z8X , 55X3
Vizio 65"

[CSOT 4K 120Hz FPR panel]
KD-55X9005 (EU model)

[CSOT 4K 120Hz panel]
Seiki SE50UY04 (50") <--- most likely due to its price / cost

[Innolux 4K 120Hz panel]
Panasonic TC-65WT600
Toshiba 58Z8X
Sony XBR-65X850A, KDL-65X8500A <--- most likely
Chimei 55", 65"

[Sharp 4K panel]
Sharp / Vizio 60" / 70"

[BOE 4K]
Samsung 110"


Innolux is expected to have 70% market share of shipped 4K LCD panels in 2013. He is the only vendor who provides 58" panel size cut in 2 pieces of G5.5 glass process. He is not authorized to produce FPR panel shipped with his brand. So most panels from Innolux are non-FPR type. The main focus of his 4K product line is on 50", 55", 65" while 39" / 58" are also provided. A new size 39.5" cut by G6 process is also provided.

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I got talked into getting a monster MC1000HD-4M hdmi cable. its expensive but are they any good?

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