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post #1291 of 7170
Well,Brian you jump all over me about 4k tv's I told you to wait,don't start complaining now,if i was you take it back,wait 2014 maybe they will have full local dimming by then.
post #1292 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Chise View Post

Well,Brian you jump all over me about 4k tv's I told you to wait,don't start complaining now,if i was you take it back,wait 2014 maybe they will have full local dimming by then.

I jumped all over you because you had your facts wrong and because you were posting comments that did nothing but try to piss people off. Surprise, surprise, you're doing the exact same thing now.

Seriously, why are you even on these threads if you hate the current crop of 4K TVs so much?

You're not qualified to be giving the advice you're giving, regardless of whether or not you work at Best Buy.
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Originally Posted by AustinJerry View Post

It's kind of difficult to see with the photo that Brian posted. However, when there is a black screen with no content, I would expect just that--an absolutely ink-black screen without a hint of light. My HX909 is remarkably black. The WSR reviewer measured zero light output on screens that should be black.

Brian, are you saying you are not achieving 100% black?

I can get black levels that are pretty good, but on the left side of the screen I can definitely see the inconsistencies on dark content.
Edited by BrianMundt - 8/30/13 at 12:43pm
post #1293 of 7170
The only thing I find a bit off-putting in this type of chatter, is this is an "owner's thread."

Advising people to wait, or saying I told you so is directing the conversation in the wrong direction.

Thank you.
Edited by LeeSoFl - 8/31/13 at 5:26am
post #1294 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

Thanks for the feedback. Sorry about the screen issues you are having. Are those issues noticeable when watching content, playing games etc?

Oh and did you set have the HDMI 4 fix or is it an older set without the fix? When was your panel made (month)?

Hopefully your set only shows those issues on a black screen with no content. If it is something that appears even when you are watching a movie or something I would exchange it.

Sorry, I haven't even had a chance to check if the HDMI fix is in place-- I'll do that tonight. It doesn't matter too much to me right now because I don't plan on getting the FMP-X1. But I'll check nonetheless.

One thing I didn't appreciate fully when I was looking at the TV in the store is just how gorgeous it is. The design is remarkable, and it's the most imposing TV I've ever scene. It looks mean!
Edited by BrianMundt - 8/30/13 at 1:00pm
post #1295 of 7170
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Originally Posted by BrianMundt View Post

One thing I didn't appreciate fully when I was looking at the TV in the store is just how gorgeous it is. The design is remarkable, and it's the most imposing TV I've ever scene. I looks mean!

Yep, I like the appearance and performance with the speakers, the proportions of the TV are just fine with me.

I think the (future) version with the speakers removed is going to look a bit neutered. Again, just personal opinion.
post #1296 of 7170
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Originally Posted by LeeSoFl View Post

Yep, I like the appearance and performance with the speakers, the proportions of the TV are just fine with me.

I think the (future) version with the speakers removed is going to look a bit neutered. Again, just personal opinion.

I'm a fan of the speakers too. I was blown away by how great they sound.

I just couldn't believe what a huge box the TV came in! For a few seconds, I almost thought they delivered the wrong TV.
post #1297 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Chise View Post

Well,Brian you jump all over me about 4k tv's I told you to wait,don't start complaining now,if i was you take it back,wait 2014 maybe they will have full local dimming by then.

Can someone educate me, please. I believe the description for this set says edge lit with local dimming. My current set, the XBR52-HX909 also has local dimming. Is there a difference in the local dimming implementation between these two sets?

I have already decided to wait until October to evaluate the speaker less models when they come out before making any decision. Now I have even more technology "shortcomings" to be concerned about: the local dimming implementation, the 120Hz refresh rate, and the lack of HDMI 2.0 (which isn't available on any sets now, of course).
post #1298 of 7170
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Originally Posted by BrianMundt View Post

I jumped all over you because you had your facts wrong and because you were posting comments that did nothing but try to piss people off. Surprise, surprise, you're doing the exact same thing now.

Seriously, why are you even on these threads if you hate the current crop of 4K TVs so much?

You're not qualified to be giving the advice you're giving, regardless of whether or not you work at Best Buy.
I can get black levels that are pretty good, but on the left side of the screen I can definitely see the inconsistencies on dark content.
Not hate i go what i see,believe me i had my share Sony products some were good,some were bad,there edge light tv's in the past are terrible full local ones are fine and do have one and finally my facts are not wrong, it is what it is.
post #1299 of 7170
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Originally Posted by AustinJerry View Post

Can someone educate me, please. I believe the description for this set says edge lit with local dimming. My current set, the XBR52-HX909 also has local dimming. Is there a difference in the local dimming implementation between these two sets?

I have already decided to wait until October to evaluate the speaker less models when they come out before making any decision. Now I have even more technology "shortcomings" to be concerned about: the local dimming implementation, the 120Hz refresh rate, and the lack of HDMI 2.0 (which isn't available on any sets now, of course).[/quote 2014 and beyond you should see Full local dimming and 2.0 HDMI and 4k thats what im waiting for.
post #1300 of 7170
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Originally Posted by BrianMundt View Post

Sorry, I haven't even had a chance to check if the HDMI fix is in place-- I'll do that tonight. It doesn't matter too much to me right now because I don't plan on getting the FMP-X1. But I'll check nonetheless.

One thing I didn't appreciate fully when I was looking at the TV in the store is just how gorgeous it is. The design is remarkable, and it's the most imposing TV I've ever scene. It looks mean!

If you can check that and also look at the box your set came with to see if it has a sticker showing the Media Player. From reading the thread, the indication if you have the fix is if the box has a sticker on it regarding the media player, but I don't recall reading if this is 100% accurate, so if you have the fix physically on your set and you have the sticker then it would be accurate. I just got back BB and they just received my set (it is being delivered to me tomorrow, which at the same time they are picking up the Panasonic set). One of the guys that use to work for me that now works at BB checked it out and took a picture of the box and my set has the sticker. So here is hoping my set does have the fix if the rumor of a sticker being the indicator is accurate. It would be nice to watch native 4k content during the 1st day of ownership.
post #1301 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Chise View Post

Not hate i go what i see,believe me i had my share Sony products some were good,some were bad,there edge light tv's in the past are terrible full local ones are fine and do have one and finally my facts are not wrong, it is what it is.

What are you trying to say? Please correct your grammar and maybe we can understand your point.
post #1302 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Chise View Post

Not hate i go what i see,believe me i had my share Sony products some were good,some were bad,there edge light tv's in the past are terrible full local ones are fine and do have one and finally my facts are not wrong, it is what it is.

Seriously man, get a life. This is an owner's thread, not a thread to dump on 4K in general, and this set in particular.

It's sad that you go from thread to thread, spreading false information and forcing your opinions on people who really don't want to hear them. If you don't have anything to contribute regarding the discussion of this TV, think twice before posting.

And, your information truly is wrong. You can try to pass off previously-stated "fact" as opinion when you're called out on it and corrected, but I think the majority of people in this thread can see through your pathetic attempts to bash the technology.
Edited by BrianMundt - 8/30/13 at 3:09pm
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

If you can check that and also look at the box your set came with to see if it has a sticker showing the Media Player. From reading the thread, the indication if you have the fix is if the box has a sticker on it regarding the media player, but I don't recall reading if this is 100% accurate, so if you have the fix physically on your set and you have the sticker then it would be accurate. I just got back BB and they just received my set (it is being delivered to me tomorrow, which at the same time they are picking up the Panasonic set). One of the guys that use to work for me that now works at BB checked it out and took a picture of the box and my set has the sticker. So here is hoping my set does have the fix if the rumor of a sticker being the indicator is accurate. It would be nice to watch native 4k content during the 1st day of ownership.

Hey, thanks for the info about the sticker-- hadn't heard that. Yes, it looks like my set is an updated one. The sticker is pretty tiny. Mine was on the left side of the box, near the bottom.
post #1304 of 7170
I got A software update on monday and it seemed to stop my TV from turning itself on, thank goodness. I got a call today from a Sony Rep that made mention about the $200 gift card for the price drop. I made mention of that problem when I did a survey. Good thing I knew about this from reading the forum but still glad they made the effort to inform me. I saw I had a package on my doorstep today and it was from Sony. It was a Sony MDR-1RNC noise canceling headphones. Attached was a letter saying it was a token of their appreciation for my candid feedback regarding the activation of my 4K media player. Very cool! I looked on Sony Style and it's retail is $500. Very impressed with Sony in regards to all this.
Edited by thalazy - 8/30/13 at 4:29pm
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Originally Posted by thalazy View Post

I saw I had a package on my doorstep today and it was from Sony.

My applications didn't work, and all I got was a lousy t-shirt.wink.gif


post #1306 of 7170
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Originally Posted by BrianMundt View Post

What do you guys think?

I had some light leakage and Sony swapped out the TV. You have pictures which they will want to see. I was pleased with the second set.
post #1307 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Eric Navarro View Post

I remember seeing a couple posts back about whether the $200 rebate was still going on or if its just a bundle now...

Found the link for the rebate so its still going on.

https://sonystyle.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/5/98

here it is just in case you need it

The Link says "survey disabled."
post #1308 of 7170
I took delivery of my 65" XBR 4K this morning. The delivery BB guys were here at 8:45am, which even though the gave me a 8am-10am window I thought they would be here a little later. I had already removed my Panasonic ZT60 from the my TV stand and was working on lowering a shelf that I use above the TV for my center speaker since the ZT60 stands taller than the Sony 4k. When they showed up, I had not had time to put up the shelf and part of their deal is to attached the stand and place it where it is to be sued and plugged it in to ensure it turns on and that there was no visible damage to the set.

So we did the quick set up, they took the old TV and I started to mess around with it. Even though I did not have the center speak set up and my other speakers were flared out to make it easier to put the set on my stand, I still took time to do a quick check. So far, everything seemed to be fin with the set. Although the box of my set had the media player sticker, I never heard confirmation that if it does that the set also has the fix. The GREAT news is that, yes, it did have the fix. Since I could not physically tell by looking at the back and the instructions for the media player has a picture outline of the back of the 4k saying if it looks like this (the hdmi 4 port being away from the others) then you have to go to website and entre the model number and serial number. Once you do this, their system tells you if you need to the service or not. I got a big Congratulations that I was ready to go. We hooked up the media player and only used the single HDMI to send sound and video...we later hooked up another HDMI to carry the audio to my receiver.

The 4k media player did an update and took a little bit, was worried I would have issues like some others have reported, but everything updated fine. We checked out Spiderman since we had watched it on the Panny a few days ago on Blu Ray and holly hell did it look sharp. The first thing we noticed is how detailed and clear everything was. My fiancée was pretty shocked at how good it looked. We skipped around a few scenes and it is very impressive. We then powered everything down and moved the TV so I could add the center shelf. We did some cleaning and rewired everything since we kind of just slapped it together to get it going. Once everything was in order, we started checking out other sources like Comcast Cable and you can tell the up scaling is doing it's job. My fiancée said that the ticker bar at the bottom of the NFL Network all the text looked cleaner than on the Panny and our 55" 929. We tried a few other channels as I messed with some settings (pretty much turning a lot of stuff to off as I was told by my calibrator a few years ago). Image seemed to be a little better after making adjustments.

Overall, I am extremely impressed by the set. I ran some color screens to look for some uniformity issues and everything looks sold. On a dark screen I see no visible flashlighting, although the real test will be later tonight, but so far, no major issues, nor minor issues with the screen. Have not played games, although I did power up the 360 to just look real quick. Also re-programmed my Harmony One and tested every device we have and all is good. the one thing that stood out (other than the true 4k content) was watching our blu ray of Big Bang Theory. We watch that show a lot, re-runs on TBS and on Blu Ray and we just watched some last night on the Panny and the 929 and on the 4k the detail is just insane on how much it improves it. I had heard the up scaling was good, but not sure if I would notice much of a difference, but we both were pretty floored with how it looked.

All in all, I am so glad we got this set. It is really impressive. I will be back with more impressions later.
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All in all, I am so glad we got this set. It is really impressive. I will be back with more impressions later.[/quote].

hawkmoon i am so glad to hear you love your set. Sounds awesome. This 4K is so impressive. It still blows me away. Congratulations. I think you will love it more and more as you watch it.

Rich
post #1310 of 7170
Well, I decided after the price drop to become an owner of the 65" version of this TV. I still have to wait one more week for delivery, but from what I've seen it will be worth it! I chose this TV because I work for one of the companies doing the CX-2 upgrade board swap for the HDCP2.2 upgrade. I got to see these sets in action at customer's homes playing the 4k video. I could tell which sets had been professionally calibrated, and they blew me away!!!! I've always "liked" Sony, but could mostly take or leave their products compared to what others offered at the time - but this is one Sony product I couldn't pass up!

I've been a member of AVS for a while but just found this thread yesterday and have gone through the entire thread. I have one question that wasn't directly answered, but I'm sure it will be a simple one to answer for you guys.

Can I send a 4k source to ANY of the HDMI inputs? Or does it only accept 1080p on HDMI 1-3 and 2160p on HDMI 4? And, if only the HDMI 4 input accepts a 2160p source, how does the HDCP2.2 deal with this?

I'm chomping at the bit waiting for this set! If I had bought it 1 day earlier, it would be arriving today! Could be worse though... I could be living with this 32" set for the next 2 years instead of having this beautiful TV en route to my living room!
post #1311 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

I took delivery of my 65" XBR 4K this morning. The delivery BB guys were here at 8:45am, which even though the gave me a 8am-10am window I thought they would be here a little later. I had already removed my Panasonic ZT60 from the my TV stand and was working on lowering a shelf that I use above the TV for my center speaker since the ZT60 stands taller than the Sony 4k. When they showed up, I had not had time to put up the shelf and part of their deal is to attached the stand and place it where it is to be sued and plugged it in to ensure it turns on and that there was no visible damage to the set.

So we did the quick set up, they took the old TV and I started to mess around with it. Even though I did not have the center speak set up and my other speakers were flared out to make it easier to put the set on my stand, I still took time to do a quick check. So far, everything seemed to be fin with the set. Although the box of my set had the media player sticker, I never heard confirmation that if it does that the set also has the fix. The GREAT news is that, yes, it did have the fix. Since I could not physically tell by looking at the back and the instructions for the media player has a picture outline of the back of the 4k saying if it looks like this (the hdmi 4 port being away from the others) then you have to go to website and entre the model number and serial number. Once you do this, their system tells you if you need to the service or not. I got a big Congratulations that I was ready to go. We hooked up the media player and only used the single HDMI to send sound and video...we later hooked up another HDMI to carry the audio to my receiver.

The 4k media player did an update and took a little bit, was worried I would have issues like some others have reported, but everything updated fine. We checked out Spiderman since we had watched it on the Panny a few days ago on Blu Ray and holly hell did it look sharp. The first thing we noticed is how detailed and clear everything was. My fiancée was pretty shocked at how good it looked. We skipped around a few scenes and it is very impressive. We then powered everything down and moved the TV so I could add the center shelf. We did some cleaning and rewired everything since we kind of just slapped it together to get it going. Once everything was in order, we started checking out other sources like Comcast Cable and you can tell the up scaling is doing it's job. My fiancée said that the ticker bar at the bottom of the NFL Network all the text looked cleaner than on the Panny and our 55" 929. We tried a few other channels as I messed with some settings (pretty much turning a lot of stuff to off as I was told by my calibrator a few years ago). Image seemed to be a little better after making adjustments.

Overall, I am extremely impressed by the set. I ran some color screens to look for some uniformity issues and everything looks sold. On a dark screen I see no visible flashlighting, although the real test will be later tonight, but so far, no major issues, nor minor issues with the screen. Have not played games, although I did power up the 360 to just look real quick. Also re-programmed my Harmony One and tested every device we have and all is good. the one thing that stood out (other than the true 4k content) was watching our blu ray of Big Bang Theory. We watch that show a lot, re-runs on TBS and on Blu Ray and we just watched some last night on the Panny and the 929 and on the 4k the detail is just insane on how much it improves it. I had heard the up scaling was good, but not sure if I would notice much of a difference, but we both were pretty floored with how it looked.

All in all, I am so glad we got this set. It is really impressive. I will be back with more impressions later.


Wow, congrats Hackmoon. I guess you went with this new Sony 4K, Huh, I have seen it and it impressed me as well. You made a good choice , enjoy.
post #1312 of 7170
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Originally Posted by disker72 View Post

Can I send a 4k source to ANY of the HDMI inputs? Or does it only accept 1080p on HDMI 1-3 and 2160p on HDMI 4? And, if only the HDMI 4 input accepts a 2160p source, how does the HDCP2.2 deal with this?

I'm chomping at the bit waiting for this set! If I had bought it 1 day earlier, it would be arriving today! Could be worse though... I could be living with this 32" set for the next 2 years instead of having this beautiful TV en route to my living room!

All 4 HDMI Inputs can take in a 2160p source, but if you the media player you must use HDMI4. I just tested my computer with HDMI2 and I can sent a 2160p to it and run it in that resolution. My frame rate is capped at 30fps because of HDMI 1.4 limitations, but it does take that input.
post #1313 of 7170
Congrats Hawkmoon and fiancée! on the TV I mean, when is the big date again? smile.gif

It is an excellent television, regardless of what others who troll around say.

Good luck, glad it all worked out, it's a bargain even at $1500 more, well ..... where are my headphones?
post #1314 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

All 4 HDMI Inputs can take in a 2160p source

That is AWESOME!! Now if only next Saturday would hurry up and get here!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks Hawkmoon!
post #1315 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

All 4 HDMI Inputs can take in a 2160p source, but if you the media player you must use HDMI4. I just tested my computer with HDMI2 and I can sent a 2160p to it and run it in that resolution. My frame rate is capped at 30fps because of HDMI 1.4 limitations, but it does take that input.

Congratulations on your new set. Glad to hear its working so well for you.

Early models only took 2160p in HDMI 2 and 3 but now Sony has modified HDMI 4 and it takes it. But don't think HDMI 1 will take it, at least it doesn't on mine,
post #1316 of 7170
Nice to hear from more new owners and congratulations. I'm wondering if the HDMI 4 fix will be necessary for streaming with the PS4. I've got it pre-ordered and that's why I haven't picked up a media player.
post #1317 of 7170
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Originally Posted by dreaux View Post

Congratulations on your new set. Glad to hear its working so well for you.

Early models only took 2160p in HDMI 2 and 3 but now Sony has modified HDMI 4 and it takes it. But don't think HDMI 1 will take it, at least it doesn't on mine,

I have not tried HDMI 1 as of yet for 2160p. I have to say, some of the games in 2160p look outrageously good. I tried to route audio for my computer through another port but it is not working. So using the T.V. speakers for the computer which do sound really good.

3-D on this set is incredible. I watched select scenes of Avengers and Avatar and it was simply amazing. I remember reading some people were saying they saw lines while in 3D, I see none of this. It is crystal clear and clean. I tried the 3d on a 70" Sony (550a I believe), Panasonic ZT60, Sony 55" 900A (the non 4k set) and the X900A blows them all away. Even though I thought adaptive were really good, the fact that this set upscales the image makes it look just incredible.

As it is later in the evening I was able to detect some clouding, but nothing major and no noticeable flash lighting that I have seen. I have been doing a lot of tinkering and making adjustments. I pretty much am running using custom settings with Warm 2. Most features like noise reduction, motion flow etc I have on off and the image looks fantastic.

I will report back using this set as a monitor with a computer in a bit..want to go back and keep checking things out.
post #1318 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

I have not tried HDMI 1 as of yet for 2160p. I have to say, some of the games in 2160p look outrageously good. I tried to route audio for my computer through another port but it is not working. So using the T.V. speakers for the computer which do sound really good.

3-D on this set is incredible. I watched select scenes of Avengers and Avatar and it was simply amazing. I remember reading some people were saying they saw lines while in 3D, I see none of this. It is crystal clear and clean. I tried the 3d on a 70" Sony (550a I believe), Panasonic ZT60, Sony 55" 900A (the non 4k set) and the X900A blows them all away. Even though I thought adaptive were really good, the fact that this set upscales the image makes it look just incredible.

As it is later in the evening I was able to detect some clouding, but nothing major and no noticeable flash lighting that I have seen. I have been doing a lot of tinkering and making adjustments. I pretty much am running using custom settings with Warm 2. Most features like noise reduction, motion flow etc I have on off and the image looks fantastic.

I will report back using this set as a monitor with a computer in a bit..want to go back and keep checking things out.

Glad you're liking the TV! After a few days with mine, I absolutely love it.

Can you post a picture of your set's clouding? I'd like to see if what I have is normal.
post #1319 of 7170
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Originally Posted by Hawkmoon View Post

I have not tried HDMI 1 as of yet for 2160p. I have to say, some of the games in 2160p look outrageously good. I tried to route audio for my computer through another port but it is not working. So using the T.V. speakers for the computer which do sound really good.

3-D on this set is incredible. I watched select scenes of Avengers and Avatar and it was simply amazing. I remember reading some people were saying they saw lines while in 3D, I see none of this. It is crystal clear and clean. I tried the 3d on a 70" Sony (550a I believe), Panasonic ZT60, Sony 55" 900A (the non 4k set) and the X900A blows them all away. Even though I thought adaptive were really good, the fact that this set upscales the image makes it look just incredible.

As it is later in the evening I was able to detect some clouding, but nothing major and no noticeable flash lighting that I have seen. I have been doing a lot of tinkering and making adjustments. I pretty much am running using custom settings with Warm 2. Most features like noise reduction, motion flow etc I have on off and the image looks fantastic.

I will report back using this set as a monitor with a computer in a bit..want to go back and keep checking things out.

You say the X900A blows away the Panasonic ZT60? That's saying something because the ZT60 was supposed to have about the best picture out there. You have a nice compliment of sets.
post #1320 of 7170
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Originally Posted by dreaux View Post

You say the X900A blows away the Panasonic ZT60? That's saying something because the ZT60 was supposed to have about the best picture out there. You have a nice compliment of sets.

My fiancée and I both agree that the X900A does have a better picture than the ZT60 does and I believe it is all because of the scaling that the set does with 1080p content. The ZT60 does have a fantastic picture and many have said when you get to the +500 hours on it that it looks even better...we ended up around 200 hours or so and the ZT did have a great picture. But when you have something like the X900a up scaling like it does, it gives the 1080p source a bit more detail and clarity. Of course when watching 4k content, nothing can compete with the image on the X900A. The media player has 10 movies and about 25 or so short clips ranging from 15 min short films to 3-5 min clips of various content. Some of this content like some of the underwater reef stuff is just mind boggling amazing. We sat in shock on the clarity of everything.

For those that say 4k is only worth it if you are sitting within 3-4 feet are full of "boom boom". We are sitting about 7.5' away and it is clear as day the difference between 4k content on the up scaled content. I know there is some negativity about this set and 4k in general, but one of them should not be about the ability for people to tell the difference at a normal viewing distance. Yes, the lack of 4k content is a major issue, but I would argue that the set's ability to up scale existing content is very compelling for those that want the best image quality now.

The Panasonic ZT60 is one of the highest rated sets for IQ and it is a great screen. We loved it the entire time we had it, but IR issues is why we let it go. But putting it through it's paces and playing Blu Ray, Xbox, PS3, Computer, Cable overall when you take things that the Panasonic did good and not too good and you compare it to the X900A, the X900A overall had the best all around image quality when using it with a large amount of varying content. Now, had the ZT60 not had IR issues I would of kept it, no doubt. The 4k was something I wanted, but I could wait on but I wanted something as good as my 55" XBR929 but larger and the best I could do without going 4k was the ZT60 and it was pretty damn amazing. But the IR issues had us both way too concerned so our choice was to bring down the 929 and just wait a year or two or give the X900A a shot...glad we did! smile.gif
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