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Is there a setting that will prevent my TV from disconnecting from WiFi after it’s been off for a few hours? Both of my other TVs stay connected all the time and that would be my preference for startup.


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Probably a dumb question, I have a Verizon Fios cable box DVR that I run the TV tuner from. Is there a way, and is it better to use the Sony TV app and pull from the verizon box? I hate the Verizon menus.
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Is there anyway to get replacement screws for the stand? I've lost my screws
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Is there anyway to get replacement screws for the stand? I've lost my screws
The 55" TV uses 4 M4L6 screws to hold the stand together and four M5L12 to hold the stand to the TV.



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Smoothing of pic

Hey all, I love the TV and its colors but one thing I notice is that the TV has bad judder (I think that is the term) even when I have the motion set on "smooth". It looks like it really struggles in action scenes and it makes the picture have those weird block looking artifacts. I was hoping that it would crystal clear like my 144hz gaming monitor when there is tons of action. Is there a way to make it clear? Is it the content perhaps? I notice it on UHD Blu Rays, Streaming apps. The one thing I do not see it on is when I stream the Sony 4K demo's on YouTube. Any ides or thoughts?
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Hey all, I love the TV and its colors but one thing I notice is that the TV has bad judder (I think that is the term) even when I have the motion set on "smooth". It looks like it really struggles in action scenes and it makes the picture have those weird block looking artifacts. I was hoping that it would crystal clear like my 144hz gaming monitor when there is tons of action. Is there a way to make it clear? Is it the content perhaps? I notice it on UHD Blu Rays, Streaming apps. The one thing I do not see it on is when I stream the Sony 4K demo's on YouTube. Any ides or thoughts?


The streaming apps have this problem. If you want a perfect motion the only way I founded is to use an external device (like Apple TV or a Blu-ray player) and use the TV like a monitor.


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I do use Apple TV 4K and it still does that. I believe the correct word I should be using is interpolation. It looks like the TV creates those boxes to try and smooth out images. I am using the calibration settings from rtings and I selected to have the HDMI port be enhanced. Not sure what else to do.
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Hello,
My question is about Sony XBR-49X900E, and how its visual output interacts with PlayStation4 and the game Destiny 2. I am not a technical expert, and I’m asking for help, so i’ll try to give as much detail as I can.

After the most recent TV software update (8.0.0), the visuals in Destiny 2 on PS4 have been out of whack. I believe there’s latency/lag in the visual output, which is essentially de-synchronizes the visuals from the PS4 controller’s input. The end result is my video game character’s movements are “bouncy” and disorienting, and the horizontal first-person camera rotation is way different than what I’m accustomed to. My aim is erratic (moreso than usual). This sucks!

I was advised to ensure the TV is in “Game mode”. It is.
I was advised to ensure that “Motionflow” is off. It is.
I tried reseting and readjusting the brightness and contrast settings.
The problem didn’t really improve.

Eventually, I completely dusabled HDR in both the PS4 settings, and the in-game settings menu.
Additionally, I turned off the “Deep Color Output” in the PS4 settings, and that change did improve things... somewhat, but the visual experience still isn’t “right”. Playing without HDR doesn’t bother me. But playing with visual latency (or any other similar anomaly) is unacceptable when split-second reactions and precise camera aiming are requirements to play the game.

Are there any other “post-production” effects or toggles that I should investigate or disable in the TV settings?
Was there anything introduced or set-as-default in software 8.0.0 that would explain this problem?
Any other advice on what one should try in this situation?
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Does anyone have first-hand experience comparing the 900E to the 950G? My 65" need to be replaced and I'm wondering how the sets compare to each other.

Thanks!
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Not worth it for anyone still on 7.0. For those that have already upgraded to Oreo it's worth it to have the latest ver, IMO, it seems the most stable.
Yup. I'm glad I turned off auto updates when Sony started pumping out Oreo. My TV runs flawlessly ... absolutely no problems to speak of since. That last update was a nice stable iteration of the previous OS. So far in reading the posts in this forum since, Sony still hasn't worked all the bugs out of Oreo, and the OS doesn't appear to offer any reason whatsoever to upgrade over what I'm running.
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Had my 65" 900E for a couple of years now and was checking out some of the really good deals that have already hit. Great prices of some great newer TVs but man, after watching a few UHD discs these last night it's really hard to imagine how shelling out another $1500-$2000 would gain much more over this TV since I don't really want or need to go bigger. Beautiful picture.
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Could someone tell me what this means as far as blue tooth is concerned:
RS-232, Bluetooth, Audio Line-Out, Digital Audio, HDMI, Composite Video, Headphone?

It was listed as connection types on this Sony 75" Class BRAVIA 4K (2160P) UHD HDR Android Smart LED TV (XBR75X800G) at Walmart.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sony-75-C...800G/329274403

Does it means it will connect directly to a pair of Bluetooth ear pods? I need those as I’m hearing impaired and along with captions helps me enjoy the programming so much more.

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Does anyone have first-hand experience comparing the 900E to the 950G? My 65" need to be replaced and I'm wondering how the sets compare to each other.

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I’m going to be contacting Sony tomorrow to move forward with a replacement and I’m looking for some feedback on the 950G to know whether I should take that, new, with a 90 day warranty or push for a refurb 900F with two years warranty (they stated last week they didn’t have any refurbs at the time).
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I couldn't part with my beloved 65 900e after installing my 125" zero edge screen so I went with an articulating mount to still keep it in the mix. Can easily fold it to the wall when I want to use my pj and pull it out 40" for everyday use
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I’m going to be contacting Sony tomorrow to move forward with a replacement and I’m looking for some feedback on the 950G to know whether I should take that, new, with a 90 day warranty or push for a refurb 900F with two years warranty (they stated last week they didn’t have any refurbs at the time).
Might have better luck asking in the 950G/900F threads.
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Might have better luck asking in the 950G/900F threads.
I don't doubt that, and have been reading the 950G thread but am still quite far behind. I was hoping that someone that had gotten a replacement of the 950G variety might be able to give some insight.
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Hi,

I've had a 65" 900e for about 2 years. Overall, a nice TV with clear/detailed picture and no motion issues.

My only issue is the picture does not always seem very vivid/"pop". HDR seems the worst with this. Most of the time it's way too dark and washed out looking. My settings are custom, similar to many on the AVS spreadsheet.

Today, I just watched the Madalorean on my Roku and 900e and the beginning bar scene was so dark I almost couldn't see anything. Same with the smelting scene. Other indoor scenes were pretty bad as well. Switching to Vivid helped some but then I got all the unwanted other junk / soap opera effect.

I watched the same scenes on my older iPad Air and it looks 1000% better. Much better colors and contrast. (HD only and no HDR).

I have not updated any software in a year and a half.

Anyone else experiencing this, especially on HDR? Fix?
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Hi,

I've had a 65" 900e for about 2 years. Overall, a nice TV with clear/detailed picture and no motion issues.

My only issue is the picture does not always seem very vivid/"pop". HDR seems the worst with this. Most of the time it's way too dark and washed out looking. My settings are custom, similar to many on the AVS spreadsheet.

Today, I just watched the Madalorean on my Roku and 900e and the beginning bar scene was so dark I almost couldn't see anything. Same with the smelting scene. Other indoor scenes were pretty bad as well. Switching to Vivid helped some but then I got all the unwanted other junk / soap opera effect.

I watched the same scenes on my older iPad Air and it looks 1000% better. Much better colors and contrast. (HD only and no HDR).

I have not updated any software in a year and a half.

Anyone else experiencing this, especially on HDR? Fix?
Disney+ has a relatively low bitrate. Have you tried a UHD Blu-Ray? I love my 65X900E, the picture is every bit as good, or better than my Vizio which has Dolby Vision.

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Hi,

I've had a 65" 900e for about 2 years. Overall, a nice TV with clear/detailed picture and no motion issues.

My only issue is the picture does not always seem very vivid/"pop". HDR seems the worst with this. Most of the time it's way too dark and washed out looking. My settings are custom, similar to many on the AVS spreadsheet.

Today, I just watched the Madalorean on my Roku and 900e and the beginning bar scene was so dark I almost couldn't see anything. Same with the smelting scene. Other indoor scenes were pretty bad as well. Switching to Vivid helped some but then I got all the unwanted other junk / soap opera effect.

I watched the same scenes on my older iPad Air and it looks 1000% better. Much better colors and contrast. (HD only and no HDR).

I have not updated any software in a year and a half.

Anyone else experiencing this, especially on HDR? Fix?
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Disney+ has a relatively low bitrate. Have you tried a UHD Blu-Ray? I love my 65X900E, the picture is every bit as good, or better than my Vizio which has Dolby Vision.
Overall, I am quite disappointed in the picture quality of HDR. It seems less about the set itself and really has to do with how the source has been constructed. Netflix is a joke with it and everything is so dark I actually can't make out images on the screen and have to turn HDR off.
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I've been viewing Disney Plus content using my Nvidia Shield and Xbox One X.

For me Content in HDR, Specifically A New Hope and Empire Strikes back look damn good to me.

The skin tones look much more natural and richer compared to SDR equivalents. Are the scenes dark, yes, but not unwatchable.

I much prefer 4k/HDR of films 30 years or older since you can extract much more information from old 35mm and 70mm prints.

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Overall, I am quite disappointed in the picture quality of HDR. It seems less about the set itself and really has to do with how the source has been constructed. Netflix is a joke with it and everything is so dark I actually can't make out images on the screen and have to turn HDR off.

This guy has some pretty good settings for HDR. The 900E has a ton of settings, you really need to play with it to find what's best for you. This should be a pretty good start. I don't really mess with it too much or it will drive you crazy.

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I watched the Mandalorian on my 55 x900e last night and experienced the same issue with HDR.. the color looked super washed out and those darker scenes were very hard to make out. Ended up turning on vivid mode just to be able to watch and it looked even worse. I’ve never had a great experience with hdr on this set sadly. Anyone else experience similar issues or have any workarounds or fixes?
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Wow I don't get it, HDR is absolutely superb.
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Wow I don't get it, HDR is absolutely superb.
I don't get it either. I have tweaked various settings, tried many different "suggested" settings and never have I found any HDR content to be amazing on this TV.. It's always been too dark.

I was told it's the built in apps that have this issue so I tried my 4k Roku with Disney+ and the Mandalorian and there was no difference.

I still love this TV but I just don't understand...
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I don't get it either. I have tweaked various settings, tried many different "suggested" settings and never have I found any HDR content to be amazing on this TV.. It's always been too dark.



I was told it's the built in apps that have this issue so I tried my 4k Roku with Disney+ and the Mandalorian and there was no difference.



I still love this TV but I just don't understand...
Oh, I use the Fire Cube 2nd gen and HDR looks absolutely insane. I watched National Treasure 2 from the Disney plus app and the HDR was in freaking sane. Looked absolutely beautiful. I have contrast at 100/max.
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Oh, I use the Fire Cube 2nd gen and HDR looks absolutely insane. I watched National Treasure 2 from the Disney plus app and the HDR was in freaking sane. Looked absolutely beautiful. I have contrast at 100/max.
Out of curiosity what are the rest of your picture settings like? Do you have different settings for night/day/hdr/etc?

I want to figure this out and plan to mess with it more when I get home today.
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Out of curiosity what are the rest of your picture settings like? Do you have different settings for night/day/hdr/etc?



I want to figure this out and plan to mess with it more when I get home today.
I'll post them later when I get home from work. I use the same settings day and night. I got them from a friend that had his 900E pro calibrated.
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I watched the Mandalorian on my 55 x900e last night and experienced the same issue with HDR.. the color looked super washed out and those darker scenes were very hard to make out. Ended up turning on vivid mode just to be able to watch and it looked even worse. I’ve never had a great experience with hdr on this set sadly. Anyone else experience similar issues or have any workarounds or fixes?
Lights off, bias lighting around the TV for my 65 900E. I have no problems with the picture using the default settings. I don't do lights off/bias lighting for everything, usually just movies and a long night of streaming.

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Lights off, bias lighting around the TV for my 65 900E. I have no problems with the picture using the default settings. I don't do lights off/bias lighting for everything, usually just movies and a long night of streaming.
You think it's worth resetting my picture settings? I'm legit at a loss here... Do you "stream" with the built in apps or an external device and are we talking any HDR content here? This is my concern.

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You think it's worth resetting my picture settings? I'm legit at a loss here... Do you "stream" with the built in apps or an external device and are we talking any HDR content here? This is my concern.

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If I don't care for Dolby Atmos sound, I use the built in TV apps. If I want Atmos, I'll use the apps on my Xbox One X.

I didn't do my research when I bought the TV in November 2017. I just wanted a quality UHD/HDR TV, and wasn't thinking about sound since my receiver at the time was working fine. Had I waited 2-3 months, the F was released that had Dolby Atmos on the TV and I would likely only use the Xbox for gaming and Blu-Rays. Because earlier this year my old receiver gave out and so I replaced it.

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