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post #1291 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

That is interesting information . When you press the info button on the Sony does it say 1080i and 720p respectively - because other member (hard2bear - Aaron ) wasnt able to use Graphics scene selection for his digital cable tv thought i dont remember if it was 1080i signal or SD signal . I guess if your source allows you to use Graphics mode you should use that , thought i am not sure how much you will benefit unless your digital reciever is a qualty one that does deinterlacing and chroma upsampling .

yes it says 1080i and 720p respectively;
The deinterlacing is done by the TV not the receiver, I just have to have the limited RGB range of course (16-235).

I just have to ask: is it normal to have some light bleeding in the corners of the screen? When I watch the TV at night in very dark conditions i can see it, especially in the top-left corner...
post #1292 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

yes it says 1080i and 720p respectively;
The deinterlacing is done by the TV not the receiver, I just have to have the limited RGB range of course (16-235).

I just have to ask: is it normal to have some light bleeding in the corners of the screen? When I watch the TV at night in very dark conditions i can see it, especially in the top-left corner...

Depends what you mean by "some" light bleeding . Yes in EVERY LCD when you have an image thats not absolutely /perfect black ( so the backlight can dim or turn off ) , there is no way for the LCD matrix to block 100 % of the backlight shining behing the panel . In some models and brands that will be minimalistic . Easiest way is to use one of the images i previously posted - Black image with a White center cross .
Some displays will have "clouding " which is uniquial disperse of the backlight behind the LCD matrix , which is mostly because manifacturers tend to try to build the display as cheep as possible and they cut off on matherials like some special layers that will disperse the light equal on all the screen . Anyway without them its harder to make the panel all equal black .

So yes it is normal to have some light bleeding , i will make photos of my tv which is fairly equal with minimalistic bleeding . For example the digital cinema here uses 4K sony projectors and their "blacks " are no where near as black as my Sony 55HX750 , thought its understandable since they cover a screen area of 200-500 times bigger than my 55" . But if your blacks shine and if you have cloudish whitish spots in the middle or somewhere on the display ( it is normal for a little edge bleeding in the corners , thought sony r much more better than Samsung - since if i have fairly white image it looks equals on the sony even at the corners , while Samsung would look much much more darker in the corners , but if the screen goes black i can see the corners bleed much more on the EH5300 Samsung than the Sony HX750 ) .

If you have severe clouding it would be smart to return ur set and get new one . But again there will be NO set that when you watch it in a perfect dark room to be impossible for you to see the light shining from behind , even as i said in some sets it would be fairly minimalistic .
post #1293 of 1878
Thank you!

it's just a minor issue in very extreme conditions and now I understand that it's part of the Sony LED Edge-Lit technology; I used to have a traditional LCD that didn't have the issue because the backlight system was very different. Edge- lit tells me that the light comes from the edge of the screen (in this case the corner) and that's the reason why I see that minor light bleeding...
post #1294 of 1878
As I sit here watching the Penguins vs Flyers on NBC Sports HD (9:30 left in the 3rd), I can finally say that I'm very happy with my 55HX750. Although I would be happier if the score was 1-0 in favor of the Pens! (hopefully with the time left, the Pens will come back)

Hopefully over the next few days I'll have to to try again some of the settings posted in this thread to see how much better it can actually get (although I think it looks very very good now).
post #1295 of 1878
the first week that i had my 55hx750 there was no light bleeding from the corners. we then looked at our 5 year old sony 46xbr and saw that it had light bleeding the most from the left side of the tv and mostly the lower left corner. my tv now is a couple months old and there is a little light bleeding on the lower left corner and upper left corner. not a lot but it wasnt there initially. just trying to figure out why. here are some of my guesses:

there is a heat duck on the left side of the tv on the floor and the tv sits about three feet up off the floor. the furnace heat is radiating up and heating all of the plastic on the tv causing just enough separation that a little light bleeds through. or is it a coincidence that the light bleeding on both sonys is coming from the left side of tv?

i have adjusted the calibration from the orignal settings and now a little light bleeds out.

the day the tv is manufactured, everything is put together very tight. after the tv is out of the box and sitting up on stand, the plastic loosens slightly and light bleeds out over time.

finally, the light bleeding has always been there from day one and i didnt watch enough movies with the right sitiuation to see the bleeding.
post #1296 of 1878
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Originally Posted by loverotties View Post

the first week that i had my 55hx750 there was no light bleeding from the corners. we then looked at our 5 year old sony 46xbr and saw that it had light bleeding the most from the left side of the tv and mostly the lower left corner. my tv now is a couple months old and there is a little light bleeding on the lower left corner and upper left corner. not a lot but it wasnt there initially. just trying to figure out why. here are some of my guesses:

there is a heat duck on the left side of the tv on the floor and the tv sits about three feet up off the floor. the furnace heat is radiating up and heating all of the plastic on the tv causing just enough separation that a little light bleeds through. or is it a coincidence that the light bleeding on both sonys is coming from the left side of tv?

i have adjusted the calibration from the orignal settings and now a little light bleeds out.

the day the tv is manufactured, everything is put together very tight. after the tv is out of the box and sitting up on stand, the plastic loosens slightly and light bleeds out over time.

finally, the light bleeding has always been there from day one and i didnt watch enough movies with the right sitiuation to see the bleeding.


rotties get the tv away from the heat duct! That could be the problem and you dont want it to over heat.
post #1297 of 1878
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Originally Posted by loverotties View Post

the first week that i had my 55hx750 there was no light bleeding from the corners. we then looked at our 5 year old sony 46xbr and saw that it had light bleeding the most from the left side of the tv and mostly the lower left corner. my tv now is a couple months old and there is a little light bleeding on the lower left corner and upper left corner. not a lot but it wasnt there initially. just trying to figure out why. here are some of my guesses:

there is a heat duck on the left side of the tv on the floor and the tv sits about three feet up off the floor. the furnace heat is radiating up and heating all of the plastic on the tv causing just enough separation that a little light bleeds through. or is it a coincidence that the light bleeding on both sonys is coming from the left side of tv?

i have adjusted the calibration from the orignal settings and now a little light bleeds out.

the day the tv is manufactured, everything is put together very tight. after the tv is out of the box and sitting up on stand, the plastic loosens slightly and light bleeds out over time.

finally, the light bleeding has always been there from day one and i didnt watch enough movies with the right sitiuation to see the bleeding.

Seriously ? You have a heating unit close to the tv ? Heating Units close to items like 3-4 feet are able to deform even the visual appearance and shape of a plastic , what can you expect if you have a heating unit close to the tv . I have an airconditioning heating the room but its blowing down to the floor and its like 7-8 feet far ( also air conditioners do not disperse the heat as a heating unit would ) and i still worry about the tv. I am not sure what u mean by heat duck but i think its something like a radiator /grill . I dont think its a coincidence both tv`s bleed from the same spot . I think you should move all heating units far from the tv . If when your tv is off and your heater is on you can feel it heating up the tv even a bit thats a good way to damage ur tv . If you have ever opened an LCD TV , everything inside is very tight and the tightest part is the panel . For example Samsungs do tend to get Horizontal lines because their matrixes flat cables heat sinks burn out because of their "stupidity " to try to make extremely flat display . My 46B7000 panel died 2 months after warrenty because of that and has horrible horizontal lines ( unable to watch anything on it ) and it was a ****in expensive tv ( coincidence or not it happened at the summer during a hot day and i didnt had the AC blowing cold )

It might be weird for someone but i like the HX750 being not so thin as the Samsungs .. why ? cos it has better chances of being cool and working better .
post #1298 of 1878
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Originally Posted by steve1971 View Post

rotties get the tv away from the heat duct! That could be the problem and you dont want it to over heat.

I totally agree with that , not only that it can overheat but it will degrade the tv exponentially fast .
post #1299 of 1878
since i never noticed it on my older sony until i started reading this thread a couple months ago, it didnt occur to me that that might be one of the causes until i read the last few posts this morning. sounds like everyone agrees the heat coming from the grill on the floor is a problem. i can't move the tv because of the way the room is but i can easily shut that grill since there are others in the room. hopefully, closing it now, which i will do, will stop it from getting worse because it's not really that bad right now. our thermostat is kept at 68f day and night. still have to wonder though why everyone else is having flashlighting or light bleeding from corners. i also think having tv out of box and standing on it's own over months or years causes plastic to loosen just the slightest that allows a little light out. maybe it's something entirely different. i have never read any of the expert reviewers on cnet or other sites comment on causes.
post #1300 of 1878
Found this thread in my country language : Bulgarian , but the tables for the Sony models are all in english so you can check it out : Link

I will not paste all feautures but only the imporant ones :

HX750 :

Processor:
X-Reality
CXO4727GB

LCD Panels :
LTY[Z]320HQ01 ( the 32 stands for 32" )

Sizes
32, 40, 46, 55
1920 x 1080
Dynamic Edge LED with Frame Dimming( for HX850 it is : Dynamic Edge LED with Local Dimming)


Black levels
0.05 cd/m2

Input lag
40" - -/30ms



PC format Resolutions :
640x480@60Hz / 800x600@60Hz / 1280x768@60Hz-R / 1280x768@60Hz / 1360x768@60Hz / 1024x768@60Hz / 1280x1024@60Hz / 1920x1080@60Hz
1 (down)
Trimmed Edge design



from this link http://elektrotanya.com/?q=hu/content/sony-lcd-tvs-partlist-and-chassis-crossref
I have found that the LCD matrix is made by a manifacturer S-LCD


KDL-55HX750

AZ3F_3A

181150511

LTY[Z]550HQ04

SLCD <
that is the LCD_VENDOR INVERTER


Who is S-LCD from wikipedia :

S-LCD Corporation (Hangul: 에스 엘시디, Japanese: エス・エルシーディー) is a South Korean manufacturer of amorphous TFT LCD panels and wholly owned subsidiary by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and Sony Corporation.

2008: Sony and Samsung announce that due to increased demand, a second eighth-generation production line will operate in the S-LCD factory in the second quarter of 2009.[1] S-LCD may be headed by Samsung alone as Sony has announced a joint venture with Sharp Corporation, in order to compete effectively with Samsung, a task made difficult by their current collaboration.[4]
December 2011: The company's partners announce that Samsung will acquire Sony's entire stake in the joint venture, making S-LCD Corporation a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics.[5]
post #1301 of 1878
Hi disintegration light corners of LCD panel could be included large
LCD panels for use in the manufacture of light bulbs fluorescent Tmyn
Number of lamps in different models
Here, use is also spreading the light evenly over the following Layer
post #1302 of 1878
Damage or malfunction can cause the lamp to dim spot
Black smoke is due to temperature fluorescent lamps are more Admission
post #1303 of 1878
hoseen12 why i feel you are in the wrong thread? HX750 and HX850 uses Edge Lit LED . The technology is way way different than CCFL ...
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/26/13 at 11:19am
post #1304 of 1878
More info for our beloved TVs . I will just provide links :

Info and compare of the 2012 Series Line Up : http://www.lcd-compare.com/gamme-tv-sony-led-2012-line-up-62.htm
post #1305 of 1878
Just Entered 55HX750 service menu for european model and the panel is : LTY550HQ0401 .
It is quite easy to get in to the service menu but it only displays service menu information . I don't advise you to try this , if you do , do not do anything in the service menu , check your LCD Panel ( better make a picture of what u see ) and then exit the service menu by Power Off the tv.

The panel is made by Samsung - S-LCD , and it is S-PVA ( which would give superior blacks and contrast compared to IPS but smaller viewing angle and bigger color shift when viewed in angle than IPS )
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/26/13 at 12:24pm
post #1306 of 1878
By the way the 2013 Sony TV uses LG matrixes since they left partnership with Samsung and they partner up with LG .
post #1307 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

By the way the 2013 Sony TV uses LG matrixes since they left partnership with Samsung and they partner up with LG .

That was mentioned in another Sony thread awhile back. http://www.zdnet.com/sony-ups-reliance-on-lg-for-lcd-screens-2062303664/
This is posted at the bottom of the article...so who knows for sure.
"Correction: The Korean Times article was later updated to reflect a change in the spokesperson quoted. It cited "LG sources" rather than LG CFO Jeong Ho-young. LG also sent ZDNet Asia an e-mail to say it could not confirm statements made in the article, adding that it was unable to comment on any information regarding its customers."
post #1308 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

By the way the 2013 Sony TV uses LG matrixes since they left partnership with Samsung and they partner up with LG .

Well if Sony used Samsung panels in their 2012 models they should have stayed with them. I say this because in my opinion Sony's 2012 models were excellent TV's. We shall see if Sony's 2013 models are just as good if not better with LG panels.
post #1309 of 1878
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Originally Posted by steve1971 View Post

Well if Sony used Samsung panels in their 2012 models they should have stayed with them. I say this because in my opinion Sony's 2012 models were excellent TV's. We shall see if Sony's 2013 models are just as good if not better with LG panels.

The HX950 might not have used a Samsung made S-PVA panel. The HX929 had pretty severe banding issues especially the 65HX929. Sony blamed the Samsung panel and said at that time that there was no way to fix the issue (ie..... switching out panels would not eliminate banding), but planned to use another manufacturers panel moving forward in the HX950.

Now, whether or not they wound up using a different one I don't know? I do know that banding is still present albeit significantly lessened to an almost non issue for most. If Sony still used the Samsung S-PVA panel, then that makes Samsung look even worse for their epic fail called the 65ES8000 if it is the same panel being used in the 65HX950 as well.

Interesting stuff. Anyone with an HX950 in particular a 65 willing to try to navigate the service menu. I'd be too nervous myself of seriously fubar'ing something if I tried it.
post #1310 of 1878
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Originally Posted by cmay91472 View Post

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Originally Posted by steve1971 View Post

Well if Sony used Samsung panels in their 2012 models they should have stayed with them. I say this because in my opinion Sony's 2012 models were excellent TV's. We shall see if Sony's 2013 models are just as good if not better with LG panels.

The HX950 might not have used a Samsung made S-PVA panel. The HX929 had pretty severe banding issues especially the 65HX929. Sony blamed the Samsung panel and said at that time that there was no way to fix the issue (ie..... switching out panels would not eliminate banding), but planned to use another manufacturers panel moving forward in the HX950.

Now, whether or not they wound up using a different one I don't know? I do know that banding is still present albeit significantly lessened to an almost non issue for most. If Sony still used the Samsung S-PVA panel, then that makes Samsung look even worse for their epic fail called the 65ES8000 if it is the same panel being used in the 65HX950 as well.

Interesting stuff. Anyone with an HX950 in particular a 65 willing to try to navigate the service menu. I'd be too nervous myself of seriously fubar'ing something if I tried it.


There is no way in hell I would mess with the service menue on my tv cmay. Like you you I would be to damn nervous of messing something up if I even tried.
post #1311 of 1878
My just purchased 60EX645 has a Sharp panel according to the service menu.
post #1312 of 1878
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Originally Posted by seadragon View Post

My just purchased 60EX645 has a Sharp panel according to the service menu.

Can you post the panel info , i mean the letters and the numbers like "LTY..." ? I am pretty sure it has Samsung panel for panels of up to 46" : LTY[Z]400HL04 the 40 is for 40" . I think for alot of Samsung TVs the 60" models are made by Sharp and are superiorly better than the 55" models . I didnt knew the EH645 had a 60" version ( at least not in the EU market and havent checked) but it seems in usa they do . So it is very logical for the EH645 to have a Sharp panel .
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/26/13 at 11:49pm
post #1313 of 1878
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Originally Posted by cmay91472 View Post

The HX950 might not have used a Samsung made S-PVA panel. The HX929 had pretty severe banding issues especially the 65HX929. Sony blamed the Samsung panel and said at that time that there was no way to fix the issue (ie..... switching out panels would not eliminate banding), but planned to use another manufacturers panel moving forward in the HX950.

Now, whether or not they wound up using a different one I don't know? I do know that banding is still present albeit significantly lessened to an almost non issue for most. If Sony still used the Samsung S-PVA panel, then that makes Samsung look even worse for their epic fail called the 65ES8000 if it is the same panel being used in the 65HX950 as well.

Interesting stuff. Anyone with an HX950 in particular a 65 willing to try to navigate the service menu. I'd be too nervous myself of seriously fubar'ing something if I tried it.

Sorry but the HX950 has Samsung panel : FQLF650DT02 ,FQLF550DT0201 . Again i will also remind that this factory was a co-venture ( or whatever u call it ) meaning it was owned both by Sony and Samsung ( basicly from what i found out Sony like to invest huge money $$$ in a factory and likes someone else to work for them - just like Apple does - this way u can always invest in the newest technology without some old factory dragging your electronics evolution ) . Samsung politics are not that much toward quality and reliability - they have what some people say " aggressive selling politics " - meaning they agressively try to manifacture everything they can , looking great in design and paper but not really carrying for how long and how it will work .
For example i shown that Samsung even for the expensive 7000 series use 133 Hz Pulse width modulation , while my lenovo notebook can do 14800 Hz and the Sony HX750 uses even better : analog dc control of the backlight .
Also for example WHY would Sony manifacture thicker TV than Samsung while the dimensions of the Panel itself are the same ? Simple - Sony wants the panel to be able to cool normaly , work normally and to do it properly - while ofcourse Samsung goal is to show something flashy so it can grab your wife`s attention so u can bump ur head in the wall later on . Same is for who the hell would manifacture a TV with a white or gray shinny frame . Same is the politics with their smart phones s4 they use 4 code processors at much higher frequency than what Apple uses but they do not spend time neither on properly developing their phones and especially not the software and no matter that its processor is over 2 times faster than iphone 5 they provide the same benchmark - thought the S4 has really really high energy consumption for a smartphone .

Recent models might use different panels thought cos Sony already left their venture with Samsung . I think its a good thing they are partners with LG and thats because as most of you commented in this thread - Sony havent changed much for the last 2 years .

These models are expected to have LG panels , the downside is they will use passive 3D , they will be LG S-IPS which means better viewing angles but they might have lesser blacks and lesser contrast than what we got used of seeing in the current HX750 and HX850
W800
W650
W603

The X900 will have
Triluminous RGB-backlight
LG S-IPS

The W900 will have ( good is that the X900 and W900 both will have R G B backlight which will boost contrast , colors and color gamut . The bad thing is that this S-PVA might still be a Samsung panel and the ONLY model of their 2013 year with a active 3D )
Triluminous
RGB-backlight
S-PVA


For the X900 you wouldnt care if you have passive 3D since the panel is already 4K and passive 3D on it will give you double the resolution on active 3D in 1080p , but for W800 models the resolution will drop at least twice compared to the HX750/850 . W650 and 603 are not expected to have 3D .

It also seems that all their 2013 TVs ( except R450 ) will have the Gorrila Glass...... which in my opinion gives ugly reflections in a bright room thought i have never seen it in a dark room .
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/26/13 at 11:51pm
post #1314 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Can you post the panel info , i mean the letters and the numbers like "LTY..." ? I am pretty sure it has Samsung panel for panels of up to 46" : LTY[Z]400HL04 the 40 is for 40" . I think for alot of Samsung TVs the 60" models are made by Sharp and are superiorly better than the 55" models . I didnt knew the EH645 had a 60" version ( at least not in the EU market and havent checked) but it seems in usa they do . So it is very logical for the EH645 to have a Sharp panel .

It doesn't list numbers for the 60EX645. A picture is worth a thousand words so...

My 60EX645
KDL60EX645.jpg

My 42EX440
KDL42EX440.jpg
post #1315 of 1878
I am curious: how much difference is there between the HX750 and the HX850 in terms of picture quality (in 2D)?
post #1316 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

I am curious: how much difference is there between the HX750 and the HX850 in terms of picture quality (in 2D)?


I first saw the 2 sets side by side at BB and I saw very little difference but I would give the HX850 a slight advantage in PQ....very slight. But thats just my opinion. I cant really say though unless I had them side by side in a home environment where I could compare the two. Either way you cant go wrong with either of them because they both are very good sets.
post #1317 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by cmay91472 View Post

The HX950 might not have used a Samsung made S-PVA panel. The HX929 had pretty severe banding issues especially the 65HX929. Sony blamed the Samsung panel and said at that time that there was no way to fix the issue (ie..... switching out panels would not eliminate banding), but planned to use another manufacturers panel moving forward in the HX950.

Now, whether or not they wound up using a different one I don't know? I do know that banding is still present albeit significantly lessened to an almost non issue for most. If Sony still used the Samsung S-PVA panel, then that makes Samsung look even worse for their epic fail called the 65ES8000 if it is the same panel being used in the 65HX950 as well.

Interesting stuff. Anyone with an HX950 in particular a 65 willing to try to navigate the service menu. I'd be too nervous myself of seriously fubar'ing something if I tried it.

Sorry but the HX950 has Samsung panel : FQLF650DT02 ,FQLF550DT0201 . Again i will also remind that this factory was a co-venture ( or whatever u call it ) meaning it was owned both by Sony and Samsung ( basicly from what i found out Sony like to invest huge money $$$ in a factory and likes someone else to work for them - just like Apple does - this way u can always invest in the newest technology without some old factory dragging your electronics evolution ) . Samsung politics are not that much toward quality and reliability - they have what some people say " aggressive selling politics " - meaning they agressively try to manifacture everything they can , looking great in design and paper but not really carrying for how long and how it will work .
For example i shown that Samsung even for the expensive 7000 series use 133 Hz Pulse width modulation , while my lenovo notebook can do 14800 Hz and the Sony HX750 uses even better : analog dc control of the backlight .
Also for example WHY would Sony manifacture thicker TV than Samsung while the dimensions of the Panel itself are the same ? Simple - Sony wants the panel to be able to cool normaly , work normally and to do it properly - while ofcourse Samsung goal is to show something flashy so it can grab your wife`s attention so u can bump ur head in the wall later on . Same is for who the hell would manifacture a TV with a white or gray shinny frame . Same is the politics with their smart phones s4 they use 4 code processors at much higher frequency than what Apple uses but they do not spend time neither on properly developing their phones and especially not the software and no matter that its processor is over 2 times faster than iphone 5 they provide the same benchmark - thought the S4 has really really high energy consumption for a smartphone .

Recent models might use different panels thought cos Sony already left their venture with Samsung . I think its a good thing they are partners with LG and thats because as most of you commented in this thread - Sony havent changed much for the last 2 years .

These models are expected to have LG panels , the downside is they will use passive 3D , they will be LG S-IPS which means better viewing angles but they might have lesser blacks and lesser contrast than what we got used of seeing in the current HX750 and HX850
W800
W650
W603

The X900 will have
Triluminous RGB-backlight
LG S-IPS

The W900 will have ( good is that the X900 and W900 both will have R G B backlight which will boost contrast , colors and color gamut . The bad thing is that this S-PVA might still be a Samsung panel and the ONLY model of their 2013 year with a active 3D )
Triluminous
RGB-backlight
S-PVA


For the X900 you wouldnt care if you have passive 3D since the panel is already 4K and passive 3D on it will give you double the resolution on active 3D in 1080p , but for W800 models the resolution will drop at least twice compared to the HX750/850 . W650 and 603 are not expected to have 3D .

It also seems that all their 2013 TVs ( except R450 ) will have the Gorrila Glass...... which in my opinion gives ugly reflections in a bright room thought i have never seen it in a dark room .


So the 2013 Sony sets will have gorilla glass? I was told and I read that they wouldnt this time around. Oh well Sonys choice. I personally dont like the gorilla glass because of the reflection.
post #1318 of 1878
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Originally Posted by steve1971 View Post

So the 2013 Sony sets will have gorilla glass? I was told and I read that they wouldnt this time around. Oh well Sonys choice. I personally dont like the gorilla glass because of the reflection.

I dont like the gorrila glass either even if it gives better contrast in a darker room it will look unnatural glassy shinny look . Thought we have yet to see how they will combine that glass with the new panels . One thing the gorilla glass is if you have children or animals who love abusing the tv .
post #1319 of 1878
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Originally Posted by seadragon View Post

It doesn't list numbers for the 60EX645. A picture is worth a thousand words so...

My 60EX645
KDL60EX645.jpg

My 42EX440
KDL42EX440.jpg

Good job for the pictures , thought my HX750 menu looks different than yours . Mine looks like this . I wanted to find the operationg run hours ( how long i have had this tv on ) but i couldnt find the information i think its only avalable for your type of Service menu .
post #1320 of 1878
I'll be getting my 55HX750 in a couple weeks and am wondering what the most comfortable active 3D glasses would be. I'm not a huge fan of the Bravia glasses, as just using them for demo in the store caused discomfort. Is there are good alternative for this set? I know some people seem to prefer the PS3 glasses, but those are on 6 - 8 week backorder everywhere around me.
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