75 900E is in the house! But way over my head, sadly.
Geez, I'm used to my Samsung DLP projection TV and this 900E is a different animal. I wish I had a personal setup coach/assistant to get this thing dialed in properly. I got it connected to my router and all, but I have no idea about the myriad of settings on it. There is a connection test you can run, but it only gives you an "OK" and no indication of the speed. I have 200 mbps Suddenlink Cable internet service, so it should be able to stream 4K content just fine.
However, I did use the Amazon app to stream a 4K show, which was that one where the three dudes drive sports cars all around Switzerland. It seemed like it took a very long time for it to start displaying a 4K image. And even after it did, the motion seemed a bit jumpy. Also, when navigating the Amazon app, and scrolling vertically through all the viewing options, it seemed to be very sluggish and took a long time for the "tiles" to fill in as I kept scrolling down. I wouldn't think it would be so sluggish with a 200 mbps connection. Do you think it would help to reset one or both of my internet modem and router? Also, when playing that Amazon content, I thought I would see in the upper right hand corner of the screen a display of "UHD" and/or HDR, but I didn't see anything there. Now, I wonder if it is true, as I've been told, that the Netflix app would be much snappier?
FAMILY ROOM--Legacy Signature II towers(Front L/R), PSB Image 5T towers(Surrounds), Polk LSiM706 center, Denon AVR-X5200W, Krell FPB 400cx, AR ES-1 turntable w/ Audioquest 404-B cartridge, Oppo UDP-203 UHD Blu-ray Player, RCA HD-DVD player, Sony 75" 900E.
MASTER BEDROOM--Dynaudio Audience 82 tower speakers, Outlaw LFM-1 sub, Onkyo TX-NR809, Oppo BDP-83 Universal Disc Player, Panasonic 60-ST60 plasma TV.