Originally Posted by Salacak
I felt the same when i was comparing 900B to other models like Samsung, LG, etc. Seemed to me that Sony had something different, something nicer.
like you said 850 to 900 is huge really is and well worth the minimal price differences.
My 900B coming tomorrow and i can't wait to set it up.
Now i'm trying to see my AVR also doing an upscaler or not, other member "400MHz man" told me that let TV to upscaler i'm trying to figure but i was
going to ask anyway if AVR upscales the picture and also TV does the same what happens.
Well sad thing happened!!! Maybe not!
I received my 55x900B Friday and after 2-3 hours use developed a blue line from top of the screen to the bottom and it stayed there no matter what i changed input to.
This was like 10-12 inches from the left side of the panel and thin blue line maybe inch thick or so.
Bought this directly from Sony no third parties or anything, called Sony they checked a few things and tests and they told me they have to send technician to fix the TV.
Very disappointed first with the Sony's quality and second customer service telling me that someone has to come and fix the TV.
Anyway i said no, i don't want a deal with this with brand new item and told them to take this back which is scheduled for Tomorrow. If they told me we will exchange the unit i might
accepted but anyway hassle to put everything back in to the original box etc.
Maybe everythings worked for the better hopefully, i have a LG 55EC9300 Curved Oled TV now and picture quality, black levels and contrast ratio, colors are just amazing, i have to say wowww,
what a difference OLED tv makes. Paid almost same price 3K Sony was $2800. Yes i won't have the UHD but i can be very happy with what i'm seeing with this new TV.
Seems like OLED is the future and i have no doubt about that and 4K Oled TV's are probably will start price point 10K or so until those pieces coming down to 3-4K price range we probably looking 2017-18.