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Interesting.. How long did it take before you got the bad edge bleed? How did you get them replaced through Sony warranty? Do you mean all Edge lit have this problem or only the Sony's? What did you end up doing with your TV? do you still have it?
I swapped 2 at best buy and the last one I got from another retailer. Sony stated they were in spec. I put the 900b in my 4 yr olds room and got a js9500
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They all have edge bleed. If you don't have it yet don't worry you will. These tvs are garbage if you are even the slightest bit picky. I've had 3 and they all had the same problems so I guess your just extremely lucky. You get what you get with an edge lit tv
They are not garbage, far from it. In fact for $3.5k these are a steal. I paid $7k in January and although I would prefer local dimming, it is what it is. Unless you are buying this TV to look for imperfections, but to enjoy watching TV you will be happy.
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They are not garbage, far from it. In fact for $3.5k these are a steal. I paid $7k in January and although I would prefer local dimming, it is what it is. Unless you are buying this TV to look for imperfections, but to enjoy watching TV you will be happy.
Yup. Year-old 4K sets are an insane value. Just last month I decided to get a year-old set for my living room after seeing the prices tumble. While I enjoy my 65X900B in my man cave, I opted to go the Samsung route for this one, buying a 2014 UN75HU8550 for $2,400, way down from its original $5,500 price. Aside from my being disillusioned with Sony over the Ultraflix debacle, and not needing built-in speakers on this one, the one thing that Samsung does that I REALLY like is the futureproofing via OneConnect. In all likelihood, had I been more aware at the time i bought my X900B, I might have gone Samsung at that point.

Regardless, when I look at what these sets cost versus the $5,000+ I paid for my Sony R70XBR2 back in 2007, these sets are a comparative steal by any measure. I do NOT miss dealing with convergence issues.

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I paid full boat when they first came out, and later got $1000 back from BB when the price dropped in my 45-day period. $3.5K is a steal. Agree completely on the upscaling. The panel is an IPS, which gives a wider viewing area than a VA panel, but the VA does blacker blacks. My Sony letterbox bars are a dark grey. The Samsung's are black. BTW, it's easy to hook up a wired powered sub, rather than the Sony wireless. Look in the manual for instructions for reassigning the headphone out to "sub".

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They are not garbage, far from it. In fact for $3.5k these are a steal. I paid $7k in January and although I would prefer local dimming, it is what it is. Unless you are buying this TV to look for imperfections, but to enjoy watching TV you will be happy.
Hey to each their own. If your happy with your TV then that's all that matters. I know my 4 yr old loves it
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guys, do you think that it's possible that Sony will launch an Ultra HD Blu-Ray player with Android TV this winter? I mean, first UHD Blu-Ray players are expected for the end of this year, and I'm pretty sure that Sony won't miss the opportunity to be one of the first to bet on this new technology.. and a Blu Ray Player with Android TV could be the definitive solution to have something like the 2015 series on our 2014 sets..

but maybe it's more a hope than a real possibility..
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guys, do you think that it's possible that Sony will launch an Ultra HD Blu-Ray player with Android TV this winter? I mean, first UHD Blu-Ray players are expected for the end of this year, and I'm pretty sure that Sony won't miss the opportunity to be one of the first to bet on this new technology.. and a Blu Ray Player with Android TV could be the definitive solution to have something like the 2015 series on our 2014 sets..

but maybe it's more a hope than a real possibility..
Why would you want Android TV though?
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Why would you want Android TV though?
because I think that it would be great to have a lot of useful apps, frome the google ones to all the others available in the Play Store..
And for YouTube in 4K..
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Wow, 3500 is insane for the 79x900b being i just paid 5k (with 5 year warranty) but everything is more in Alaska lol. New guy here and just 2nd post, slightly bummed now that i read this thread and some calling the tv garbage. I guess I'm glad i paid for the 5 year warranty lol, hopefully i get a good one i guess. Still I'm excited to get it, should be here in a few days.
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Wow, 3500 is insane for the 79x900b being i just paid 5k (with 5 year warranty) but everything is more in Alaska lol. New guy here and just 2nd post, slightly bummed now that i read this thread and some calling the tv garbage. I guess I'm glad i paid for the 5 year warranty lol, hopefully i get a good one i guess. Still I'm excited to get it, should be here in a few days.
Most of the reviews I have read for the TV are great, not garbage (people dont usually post if they are happy, only when they have issues.... I wouldn't worry, your TV will be awesome.. Vizio makes Garbage, not Sony.
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because I think that it would be great to have a lot of useful apps, frome the google ones to all the others available in the Play Store..
And for YouTube in 4K..
That's what phones and tablets are for 80" tv's are for the BIG BOY movies!! LOL

BTW this tv comes with a youtube app that plays 4k video.
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Most of the reviews I have read for the TV are great, not garbage (people dont usually post if they are happy, only when they have issues.... I wouldn't worry, your TV will be awesome.. Vizio makes Garbage, not Sony.
These TVs are not garbage. They are the best TVs on the market excluding FALD sets. You got a great deal at $5K or under.
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I paid full boat when they first came out, and later got $1000 back from BB when the price dropped in my 45-day period. $3.5K is a steal. Agree completely on the upscaling. The panel is an IPS, which gives a wider viewing area than a VA panel, but the VA does blacker blacks. My Sony letterbox bars are a dark grey. The Samsung's are black. BTW, it's easy to hook up a wired powered sub, rather than the Sony wireless. Look in the manual for instructions for reassigning the headphone out to "sub".
Page 178!! Thank you, great info there. Configure the headphone jack output.
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My apps are gone! Any idea? I tried to launch my amazon app and it didn't work. Then I saw the featured apps were missing and I looked at all apps. There were only like 5 apps. Any idea how I get them back?

Also any idea when 4k will be available on DirecTV?
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I can't help with the apps as I have yet to receive my new set yet but as far as direct tv, I checked yesterday and says there is content available already with the genie dvr. I will be looking in to this further once my new set is here.
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That's what phones and tablets are for 80" tv's are for the BIG BOY movies!! LOL

BTW this tv comes with a youtube app that plays 4k video.
no, you're wrong: the 2014 Bravia 4K series can't play 4K videos from the integrated YouTube app. It was discussed a lot on this thread, but the maximum resolution available with the YouTube app is 1080p. they need VP9 codecs in order to play 4K videos from YouTube, and they're available only from the 2015 series..

However, it isn't just YouTube.. and i'm not talking about useless apps, i'm talking about apps for multimedia purpose: music streaming services (spotify, play music), video apps (like vimeo), a decent web browsing, cloud services, eccetera..

so why there's Android on the 2015 series?
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Wrong the 79 in this thread does YouTube as well as Netflix 4k.

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My 2014 plays 4k YouTube.
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how can you prove it?
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no, you're wrong: the 2014 Bravia 4K series can't play 4K videos from the integrated YouTube app. It was discussed a lot on this thread, but the maximum resolution available with the YouTube app is 1080p. they need VP9 codecs in order to play 4K videos from YouTube, and they're available only from the 2015 series..

However, it isn't just YouTube.. and i'm not talking about useless apps, i'm talking about apps for multimedia purpose: music streaming services (spotify, play music), video apps (like vimeo), a decent web browsing, cloud services, eccetera..

so why there's Android on the 2015 series?
After doing some research, the above may be correct. The current you tube app in the 2014 x900b series can play 4k videos.. However it might only be playing them in 1080.

I did some research and it turns out google has just recently starting forcing VP9 codec on all their 4k videos. This just happened in 2015, so all the 2014 and lower TV's didn't even know Vp9 existed therefore can't decode.

However you I did read you can manually download a youtube 4k video and play it via usb stick (or DLNA) to your tv to see True 4k (What I don't understand, if you download and it's still VP9 I don't see how that would work via usb.)

My main question is can't they just upload the VP9 codec via firmware update? I read somewhere that the VP9 codec has to be embedded in a special chip, but isn't that what firmware updates are for in the first place?

I'm not too concerned as the industry is pretty set on h.265 and only google (though a big player now that they own youtube) is promoting VP9.

Tests show VP9 encodes 2x as fast as H.265, however the compression quality and CPU usage of the decoding is negligible.
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After doing some research, the above may be correct. The current you tube app in the 2014 x900b series can play 4k videos.. However it might only be playing them in 1080.

I did some research and it turns out google has just recently starting forcing VP9 codec on all their 4k videos. This just happened in 2015, so all the 2014 and lower TV's didn't even know Vp9 existed therefore can't decode.

However you I did read you can manually download a youtube 4k video and play it via usb stick (or DLNA) to your tv to see True 4k (What I don't understand, if you download and it's still VP9 I don't see how that would work via usb.)

My main question is can't they just upload the VP9 codec via firmware update? I read somewhere that the VP9 codec has to be embedded in a special chip, but isn't that what firmware updates are for in the first place?

I'm not too concerned as the industry is pretty set on h.265 and only google (though a big player now that they own youtube) is promoting VP9.

Tests show VP9 encodes 2x as fast as H.265, however the compression quality and CPU usage of the decoding is negligible.
in fact when sony unveiled the 2014 4K series at CES 2014 the demo sets was with a VP9 codec in "beta" version (you can find a post made by me with some pictures a lot of pages ago).. all of us we expected that it will be included in the definitive version of these tvs, but it's arrived only with this year series.. I think that our sets have the sufficient technology to support that codec, it's probably only a commercial choice from Sony, to push users to go with the new series instead the "old" one.. I'm pretty sure about that.... so they probably could add this codec, the problem is that they don't want..

BTW I often download 4K videos from YouTube (using 4K Video Downloader for Mac), and they can be played without problems via USB (and it's possible to confirm that they're in 2160p pressing the "info" button on the remote).. It's just less practicatl that an integrated YouTube 4K app..
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in fact when sony unveiled the 2014 4K series at CES 2014 the demo sets was with a VP9 codec in "beta" version (you can find a post made by me with some pictures a lot of pages ago).. all of us we expected that it will be included in the definitive version of these tvs, but it's arrived only with this year series.. I think that our sets have the sufficient technology to support that codec, it's probably only a commercial choice from Sony, to push users to go with the new series instead the "old" one.. I'm pretty sure about that.... so they probably could add this codec, the problem is that they don't want..

BTW I often download 4K videos from YouTube (using 4K Video Downloader for Mac), and they can be played without problems via USB (and it's possible to confirm that they're in 2160p pressing the "info" button on the remote).. It's just less practicatl that an integrated YouTube 4K app..
Thank you for that information. I will bet that until standards are set for 4k streaming, Sony will push their 2015 VP9 sets for sale purposes. However once a standard is set and they are on their 2016 or 17 models, they wont care about sales and go ahead and upload a VP9 firmware update for the older sets..

I don't they wouldn't want to upset their customers to not buy sony in the future.
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in fact when sony unveiled the 2014 4K series at CES 2014 the demo sets was with a VP9 codec in "beta" version (you can find a post made by me with some pictures a lot of pages ago).. all of us we expected that it will be included in the definitive version of these tvs, but it's arrived only with this year series.. I think that our sets have the sufficient technology to support that codec, it's probably only a commercial choice from Sony, to push users to go with the new series instead the "old" one.. I'm pretty sure about that.... so they probably could add this codec, the problem is that they don't want..

BTW I often download 4K videos from YouTube (using 4K Video Downloader for Mac), and they can be played without problems via USB (and it's possible to confirm that they're in 2160p pressing the "info" button on the remote).. It's just less practicatl that an integrated YouTube 4K app..
I've been reading alot on VP9 and HEVC. Looks like the Standard is HEVC and VP9 will become like VP8 where as youtube will have to broadcast both codecs to reach mainstream.

However, I came across this which states all X900b series have VP9 codecs...

https://davidsusilouncensored.wordpr...s2014-decoded/
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Google is working on vp10 right now. Cuts the bandwidth in half (vs vp9). Offers better dynamic range, wider color gamut, sharper image quality. Stb is probably the way to go. All TVs get obsoleted almost instantly and TV manufacturers like that.

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Google is working on vp10 right now. Cuts the bandwidth in half (vs vp9). Offers better dynamic range, wider color gamut, sharper image quality. Stb is probably the way to go. All TVs get obsoleted almost instantly and TV manufacturers like that.

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I guess that what blue-ray players are for They will support all the codecs and you can just plug into your HDMI 2.0.. However shure the fk makes smart-tvs a stupid idea as they can't keep up with technology...
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I'm holding out for a steambox type solution that I can update the codecs myself... Haha suck it Sony.

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I've been reading alot on VP9 and HEVC. Looks like the Standard is HEVC and VP9 will become like VP8 where as youtube will have to broadcast both codecs to reach mainstream.

However, I came across this which states all X900b series have VP9 codecs...

https://davidsusilouncensored.wordpr...s2014-decoded/
that's exactly what I was talking about.. in fact is a post from january 2014, but at the launch date these sets were unprovided of that codec, arrived only with the 2015 series..


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I guess that what blue-ray players are for They will support all the codecs and you can just plug into your HDMI 2.0.. However shure the fk makes smart-tvs a stupid idea as they can't keep up with technology...
and this is the reason I would like to go with a UHD Blu-Ray player with smart functions, and maybe with Android TV, this holidays..
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Are there any authorized dealers that still have this model in stock?
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Are there any authorized dealers that still have this model in stock?
yeah, the one on Ebay is from Buydig, authorized dealer.. search slickdeals for sony 4k tv.
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Yes and no. Yes, all the active glasses will work on your new X900B (congrats, BTW), but no, they will not necessarily perform the same. I have 4 different models of Sony active 3D glasses, including a rather pricey titanium frame model (TDGBR750), but the best performing Sony glasses I have are the cheapest but newest PlayStation 3 3D glasses. The PS3 glasses have less 3D crosstalk and "ghosting" and are far less sensitive to head tilt. I would assume the glasses that came with your your X850A, W900A, and X900B are similar in performance to the PS3 glasses, though, so you should be fine. Are all your glasses the same model? That would be another way to answer your question.


I checked the box, they are all the same model 3D glasses. I took a pair from the X850A and tried them on the X900B. It looks like once the glasses are registered with a TV they will not register again with a different TV. So I can't swap them from TV to TV.
I bought this tv last week and I'm reading this thread page for page .

I'm only on page 32.

I keep ready post about people saying they plug in there glasses or charge them.

The glasses that came with my tv are the cheap plastic kind they give you at the movies.

Did Sony change the glasses they give you on the 900b lately?
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