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Congrats! Wow Dlp... been holding out. It is a nice 4k set. I am a stand guy and like the clean look front and back. Hate legs on the wnd and those narrow curved cresent moon ones. Enjoy your new set

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LOL - have several iterations since the DLP set - mostly Samsung LED and a 60" Kuro Plasma. This ol' 71 inch set has just kept chugging along - it is primarily used for gaming.

I will be using the stand for now, as this set will just fit in the custom cabinet that has been housing the old set - another plus for the 940D.
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Official 2016 Sony XBR75 X940D Owners thread: no price talk

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If and when you do have your tv calibrated and if you care to divulge some settings, unless of course you were required to swear a vow of silence or sign a N.D. clause in blood
These guys make a living doing calibrations. If you can afford a display like the 940D you can cough up some money to get it professionally calibrated.
Boo hoo, plumbers also make a living by fixing a broken pipe under the sink. If I know I can do it myself by watching some YouTube videos or having a friend share knowledge. Why would I hire and pay a plumber to do it. That's life and we have options, if someone is ok with sharing no harm done. We can all afford to have to have these $7K sets to have professionally calibrated but if we decide our money is better spent elsewhere and can save the cash why not. Sorry for coming off like a dush but it really bugs me when people come in here to criticize, judge someone else's morals and standards. We all are different and should be accepted as. As long as we aren't doing anything illegal. My apologies if I have offended anyone.
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The 900A is a great TV. A statement piece by Sony in my opinion. I was hoping the 940D was not a step backwards after reading about some issues folks were having. It is not. It's hard to compare the colors right now because the 900A is professionally calibrated. That said, the colors on the 940D appear to have a little more pop. Take that with a grain of salt though because I haven't messed with it and won't really know until I have it professionally calibrated. The upscaling is just as good, maybe a hair better. The depth of the picture stood out to me. Blacks as well. Slightly darker on the 940D. I'll be in a better position to provide an opinion between the two once it's calibrated. Out of the box, the 940D has a better picture than the 900A did.
WOW. I also have the 65" x900a as well and to your point it is a fantastic set. I agree that the 940d just seems to pop a bit more and blacks are better on the 940d compared to the 900a. I have the 900a in our living room and the 940d in my gaming/man cave. The two rooms are not far apart and I have been setting the same content on both and just comparing and overall, the 940d looks a lot better to me. Both are great sets!
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My 940D should be here next week - thanks for all the useful info in this thread. I don't begin to understand the intricacies of 4K / HDR but wanted a nice 4K set that would still do 3D. This set will be replacing an elderly Samsung 71" DLP set. Can't wait!
I've got mine and it replaced my 11yo Toshiba 72" DLP.
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mine arrived safely

Fed EX guy's hand truck broke so we had to carry the box in: by that time it was off the skid and not that bad to lift (it was supposed to be left on a skid but it was dropped off the truck with no skid

tomorrow I get professional help to remove the Elite and put up the Sony

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mine arrived safely

Fed EX guy's dolly broke so we had to carry the box in: by that time it was off the skid and not that bad to lift

tomorrow I get professional help to remove the Elite and put up the Sony

slightly off topic but this reminds me of my plasma days: and my disastrous purchase of a Fujitsu P63 some 10+ yeas ago: I got some local help to mount it: replacing a P50. When we went to lift the new one, we heard a crack: we had not lifted it properly and cracked the sealed glass. I was covered by insurance but had to pay a steep deductible: I got a replacement and had it professionally installed.

I am going slowly with this one to avoid any more such events.
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mine arrived safely

Fed EX guy's dolly broke so we had to carry the box in: by that time it was off the skid and not that bad to lift

tomorrow I get professional help to remove the Elite and put up the Sony

slightly off topic but this reminds me of my plasma days: and my disastrous purchase of a Fujitsu P63 some 10+ yeas ago: I got some local help to mount it: replacing a P50. When we went to lift the new one, we heard a crack: we had not lifted it properly and cracked the sealed glass. I was covered by insurance but had to pay a steep deductible: I got a replacement and had it professionally installed.

I am going slowly with this one to avoid any more such events.
How heavy is this one? It HAS to be lighter than the 940c.
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How heavy is this one? It HAS to be lighter than the 940c.
Huge weight difference. The 940D is 80 lbs. without the stand and 90 lbs. with it while the 940C is 123 lbs. and 125 lbs. respectively.
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The Best Buy where I purchased my Sony 940D put up there display model, so I drove up there durning lunch today to check it out. Turns out Best Buy's looks just like mine, it has the same "hot spot" on the upper left half of the TV and some banding. So my dealer said we would wait a few weeks for a different batch then make the swap. I guess it was just a bad batch of panels? Anyways, I will be enjoying the TV regarless, just won't be able to watch soccer
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Boo hoo, plumbers also make a living by fixing a broken pipe under the sink. If I know I can do it myself by watching some YouTube videos or having a friend share knowledge. Why would I hire and pay a plumber to do it. That's life and we have options, if someone is ok with sharing no harm done. We can all afford to have to have these $7K sets to have professionally calibrated but if we decide our money is better spent elsewhere and can save the cash why not. Sorry for coming off like a dush but it really bugs me when people come in here to criticize, judge someone else's morals and standards. We all are different and should be accepted as. As long as we aren't doing anything illegal. My apologies if I have offended anyone.

Thank you, my sentiments exactly ! Is this not the purpose of these threads and this website as a whole ? To help others and share information ? Egan does have a point but I was not asking for a check off sheet with everything that Chad did. Besides it may not do any good anyways due to the present open format of HDR 10 with no standards set yet and each tv being different and may use a slightly different setting ... also then throw in each person's personal preferences for what looks good. If a 940D Owner was having an issue with a certain setting or two and one had a possible solution, especially if their display was professionally calibrated, I have no doubt that other owners would divulge this intel. I know I would, and I bettcha Egan would also !
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I got the set yesterday. Just beginning to set it up.

I have a question (first of many, I'm sure).

When viewing content such as Netflix on the TV, how do I get the audio to go through my sound system (and not the TV)?

Thanks.
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For the 3D lovers, Sony recommends the TDG-BT500A 3D glasses for the 940D. For the others trying 3D, what glasses are you using?
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I got the set yesterday. Just beginning to set it up.

I have a question (first of many, I'm sure).

When viewing content such as Netflix on the TV, how do I get the audio to go through my sound system (and not the TV)?

Thanks.
Probably optical out. I just bought an optical cable on Monoprice for the purpose of Amazon Prime.
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Can you post a link to which websites are showing this?
This is a German forum where some information/rumors can be find on the ZD9:

http://www.hifi-forum.de/viewthread-144-8801.html

Keep in mind that it's possible Europe gets a model we will never see here. At tis point I consider the ZD9 nothing more than a rumor.

I was so happy without HDR...
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I got the set yesterday. Just beginning to set it up.

I have a question (first of many, I'm sure).

When viewing content such as Netflix on the TV, how do I get the audio to go through my sound system (and not the TV)?

Thanks.
If you have an HDMI ARC compatible receiver/pre-amp processor, just hook up via HDMI 4 input on tv. You must have HDMI Control On enabled and also on your receiver/pre-amp. Then in Action menu it will give you Speakers option. You can select TV or Audio System. When you select audio system, it will power on your sound system and switch dial to tv out volume control. Your sony remote will also be able to control volume through the HDMI Control protocol.
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I got the set yesterday. Just beginning to set it up.

I have a question (first of many, I'm sure).

When viewing content such as Netflix on the TV, how do I get the audio to go through my sound system (and not the TV)?

Thanks.
I use ARC back to my receiver over hdmi. I tested optical, too, though and it works as well.

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I use ARC back to my receiver over hdmi. I tested optical, too, though and it works as well.

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If you have a receiver without ARC support, like my Anthem D2V, you can purchase an external hdmi switch (mine is from Atlona). The switch is 4K and 3D compatible and strips off the audio and outputs it via s/pdif to the receiver. My X940D will be installed 5/12 with this switch. It's replacing the 65ZT60 hope I'm satisfied. Wife wanted a bigger screen.
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IIRC, the x940D only supports 2-channel linear PCM over optical but 5.1 channel linear PCM over HDMI ARC. Overall, much higher audio b/w over HDMI.

That said, I'm of the school which favors TVs as pure displays. They shouldn't have apps or speakers, dammit.
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Couple of questions

Im trying to decide on if I should go with the 930C or the 940D. Saw mixed opinions on this but it seems like the 1500 dollar price difference isnt really worth the upgrade. I have a Samsung 75HU8550 and Im really not happy with some of the issues with it such as light bleed in the corners now, black lines moving on a white background looking awful and some other after image effects.

A question I did have though, with the 930C, what stand do you guys use? Mine now only supports up to 100 lbs on each level and Im having trouble finding one that supports more than that. Any suggestions in case I go for it over the 940D?
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Good to know. My Integra 80.1 only supports HDMI 1.3a, which I just found out doesn't support ARC. Another reason to perhaps upgrade.
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Huge weight difference. The 940D is 80 lbs. without the stand and 90 lbs. with it while the 940C is 123 lbs. and 125 lbs. respectively.
I imagine the large side speakers are a big part of the weight difference between the C & D versions. Correct?
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Official 2016 Sony XBR75 X940D Owners thread: no price talk

So I really was thinking of going with the ef9500, but the x940D 75" has really caught my eye. Mind you, I'm coming from a zt60! My questions are, Is there anything I should know about before taking the plunge? Is the 940C essentially the same set? Am I wasting money on the D as s pose to the C? Also, what are the chances of getting the 940D for 6k OTD from bb or mag?
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I imagine the large side speakers are a big part of the weight difference between the C & D versions. Correct?
That is correct.
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IIRC, the x940D only supports 2-channel linear PCM over optical but 5.1 channel linear PCM over HDMI ARC. Overall, much higher audio b/w over HDMI.

That said, I'm of the school which favors TVs as pure displays. They shouldn't have apps or speakers, dammit.
Any chance the 940D supports DD+ over ARC? Anyone able to test?
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I just got back from my local Magnolia and they still had a 940C along with a 940D. I can't help but think the 940C had better black levels? I would really love to see a professional review done. Those of you who watch letterbox content in the dark, how dark are the black bars? Are they pitch black or generally black but obviously slightly lit? Thanks.
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IIRC, the x940D only supports 2-channel linear PCM over optical but 5.1 channel linear PCM over HDMI ARC. Overall, much higher audio b/w over HDMI.

That said, I'm of the school which favors TVs as pure displays. They shouldn't have apps or speakers, dammit.
According to the manual it supports PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS via the optical SPDIF output, though it would be nice if someone could test that to be sure.

My receiver doesn't do HDMI at all, so it would be convenient to be able to run the HDMI cables from the sources to the TV and then the optical cable from the TV to the receiver and let it do all of the audio switching.
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According to the manual it supports PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS via the optical SPDIF output, though it would be nice if someone could test that to be sure.
I believe it specifies 2 channels for the optical output. I agree a test would be definitive.

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I imagine the large side speakers are a big part of the weight difference between the C & D versions. Correct?
Yes, that is correct but also the 940D has lost some weight by having a thinner frame and body overall.
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I believe it specifies 2 channels for the optical output. I agree a test would be definitive.
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It's on page 24.
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So I really was thinking of going with the ef9500, but the x940D 75" has really caught my eye. Mind you, I'm coming from a zt60! My questions are, Is there anything I should know about before taking the plunge? Is the 940C essentially the same set? Am I wasting money on the D as s pose to the C? Also, what are the chances of getting the 940D for 6k OTD from bb or mag?
Price dropped on 940d recently near that price. Coming from a 65zt60 i like this TV but keep in mind there are compromises with anything. I believe the Ef is no better and was same size as my ZTs and didnt go for the Ef as i felt didn't provide enough over my ZTs. no TV is perfect. I still have and use my ZTs and feel the motion is better by a lot IMO. Of course the 940d larger size is awesome and 4k, it's no slouch for sure! It pops with color better than ZT. i am use to the lower brightness and having a harder time not toning down the 940d. Love the stand a lot and the look of the TV (which also a wife stamp of approval). My take and ymmv.

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