Sony XBR55HX950


Sony XBR55HX950



#1 Mon October 15, 2012 8:58am

AVS Forum Special Member
Beautiful Tv. Be proud of it because its one of Sonys best for 2012.
#2 Wed December 26, 2012 8:41am

Hi Steve1971 -- happy holiday! Can you tell me what you paid for your set? As 2012 comes to an end soon, these models are discounted slightly. I am considering their EX750 model which I believe is now discounted down to about $1499 from $1999+. As an avid fan of plasma, the Sony line may make me reconsider switching to LED. Thanks for your advice!

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#3 Wed December 26, 2012 9:59am

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Sent you a PM.
#4 Wed January 9, 2013 12:56pm

2 grand for a tv?? lol my roommate has that 800 dollar panasonic ut50 will blow that thing out of the water.
#5 Wed January 9, 2013 2:34pm

AVS Forum Special Member
Hey whitesoxpyro, good for you and your personal space heater: your Panasonic plasma.
#6 Sat January 12, 2013 12:23pm

Wow, whitesoxpyro, most people on this forum spend over 2k on a tv, including myself. The UT50 is a respectable TV, but even Cnet says that spending the extra $300 on the ST is a highly recommended move, unless you plan to only watch your UT in the dark. Most of us do extensive research and will spend a little more, and take some heat from the wife, to get what makes us happy, even if its only for a year or two;p I am by no means a Sony fan, but the HX950 is a top Tier LED, and Leaving my Sammy C8000 Plasma and possibly going to LED and trying not to take PQ loss I had to check some posts, and do my research. In essence, quit blasting people for having more money and nicer things than what you, keep your comments to yourself, unless they are productive, your UT absolutely cannot blow that HX950 out of the water, and your ignorance shows that you do not belong on this forum. Enjoy your Screen glare and in a year or two your floating blacks ;p


#7 Wed February 6, 2013 3:56pm

Well said speed3driver!
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