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post #11971 of 12009 Old 05-21-2020, 07:47 AM
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I went ahead and ordered the 85" 900F!

As for power, it burned out 2 of them when plugged into 2 different outlets, on different circuits, so I don't think it's my AC. However, you might be right it's power internally, there's an odd hum from the power board that I do not think is normal. So it becomes a 75" paper weight. I think I'll use it to show off how much bigger my new one is

***Congrats! That's the only thing I regretted when I was upgraded (75" 900E to 75" 900F) due to a motion issue (frame jumping) that 75" 900E had. Oddly enough, the 49" 900E we have in the bedroom doesn't exhibit the same problem. 85" is a nice size. That's getting close to the projector world, screen size wise. Not exactly the same experience but depending on how far you sit away from the set, it's a pretty immersive picture.

This is just a personal opinion but I think you can tweak a fantastic picture using the "Standard" settings with the 900F. A lot of folks like the "Cinema" option. I like a razor sharp picture with lots of vibrant color. Not "cartoony," like some people say. Just not washed out colors or a dull, lifeless picture like the RTINGS recommendations, which I believe are absolute junk. I like to see the teeny hairs on CNN's Wolf Blitzer's face. Go ahead and try the "calibrated" settings and see how you like them. There's also a spreadsheet that has multiple settings from Sony owners.

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I did a quick skim of the last couple months of this thread and didn't see any comments on the last software update. Has anyone had any issues with it? I am a little leery of doing the update, since the one update from a couple years ago wreaked havoc with ARC and that took a long time to get fixed.
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I have the 75" X900F. Using my Xbox One X and playing Assassins Creed Odyssey, I can manually set what my tv is capable of as far as NIT goes. I set it to 900, based on reading that this set is capable of 900-1000. In playing with it though, if I go up to 1,200 or so, the image (sun in the test image) is noticeably brighter with what feels like more contrast. So what is this tv actually capable of? If I set the NIT higher than it's capable of, will that just result in clipping or is there a potential for damage to the tv? I ended up settling on 1,000 but in my untrained eyes, it seems it's capable of higher than that. This is an image from Ubisoft. I can take actual images if necessary.




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Have there been any major reliability issues with the 900F? My 900E burned through 3 HDMI mainboards, and now is being cashed out by the warranty. Looking at the 85" 900F, but wanted to know if it's been a solid performer or not.
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***Wow, burning through three mainboards? Did you hot wire your 900E? Do you have clean electricity going to your unit? (A power conditioner always helps.)
I would say there is another issue in the TV was frying the boards, Sony would have picked up on it if it was power spikes.
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I would say there is another issue in the TV was frying the boards, Sony would have picked up on it if it was power spikes.
***Outside of the power supply board, I can't think of any other reason you would blowout the mainboards. Especially if they were replaced and kept on blowing out. Faulty connection between the power supply board and the mainboard? Definitely not a common occurrence. I'd still recommend a power conditioner for any TV set and audio equipment you have.

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Hey guys,

on sunday I will be wall mounting my 85 inch x 900f on a tv wall mount i am already using for a 70inch vizio apparently the vesa patterns are the same 400 x 400 and the wall mount is rated for 120lbs but it’s listed at working with TV’s up to 75 inch.

This should still work no?

Also can I use the screws that come with the x900f to wall mount it?

I mean the screws that are already in the back of the set.

Have any of you wall mounted using the screws that came with the 85 Inch?

Should I be worried about wall mounting an 85 inch?

my 70 inch Vizio weighs 60 lbs or so and has been wall mounted without issue for like 3 years.


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Hey guys,

on sunday I will be wall mounting my 85 inch x 900f on a tv wall mount i am already using for a 70inch vizio apparently the vesa patterns are the same 400 x 400 and the wall mount is rated for 120lbs but it’s listed at working with TV’s up to 75 inch.

This should still work no?

Also can I use the screws that come with the x900f to wall mount it?

I mean the screws that are already in the back of the set.

Have any of you wall mounted using the screws that came with the 85 Inch?

Should I be worried about wall mounting an 85 inch?

my 70 inch Vizio weighs 60 lbs or so and has been wall mounted without issue for like 3 years.


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It's the extra leverage the larger set will impose on the mount that gives the 75" rating. It should be fine. I didn't use the short screws that came with the 85, as the mounts chassis was thick. Just be sure you get the center of the studs and it will be secure.

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Hey guys,

on sunday I will be wall mounting my 85 inch x 900f on a tv wall mount i am already using for a 70inch vizio apparently the vesa patterns are the same 400 x 400 and the wall mount is rated for 120lbs but it’s listed at working with TV’s up to 75 inch.

This should still work no?

Also can I use the screws that come with the x900f to wall mount it?

I mean the screws that are already in the back of the set.

Have any of you wall mounted using the screws that came with the 85 Inch?

Should I be worried about wall mounting an 85 inch?

my 70 inch Vizio weighs 60 lbs or so and has been wall mounted without issue for like 3 years.


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It might work but do you really want to take a chance with your $2500+ investment? The Sanus tilt and pull out mount is rated up to 90"/150 pounds and is going for $75 right now
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Hey guys,

on sunday I will be wall mounting my 85 inch x 900f on a tv wall mount i am already using for a 70inch vizio apparently the vesa patterns are the same 400 x 400 and the wall mount is rated for 120lbs but it’s listed at working with TV’s up to 75 inch.

This should still work no?

Also can I use the screws that come with the x900f to wall mount it?

I mean the screws that are already in the back of the set.

Have any of you wall mounted using the screws that came with the 85 Inch?

Should I be worried about wall mounting an 85 inch?

my 70 inch Vizio weighs 60 lbs or so and has been wall mounted without issue for like 3 years.


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You can also buy one at Walmart that,s rated for the weight for less that $30.

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If your mount is rated to 120 lbs the size doesn’t matter if it is less than the rated weight.

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on sunday I will be wall mounting my 85 inch x 900f on a tv wall mount i am already using for a 70inch vizio apparently the vesa patterns are the same 400 x 400 and the wall mount is rated for 120lbs but it’s listed at working with TV’s up to 75 inch. This should still work no?
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The Sanus tilt and pull out mount is rated up to 90"/150 pounds and is going for $75 right now
I mounted mine tonight, and I would say no...this thing is a beast. It weights 145 lbs, and the torsion it puts on the mount is massive. The Sanus is a great mount, the tilt out is a life saver. There's no chance of getting cords in on this without it. However, be aware you MUST have 2 people, and ideally 3 (one to spot the left/right alignment).


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I'd still recommend a power conditioner for any TV set and audio equipment you have.
Are there any that can go into an outlet, or are small enough to go behind a wall mounted tv? I have a belkin single plug surge protector on it now, it's rated at 900 joules.

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Are there any that can go into an outlet, or are small enough to go behind a wall mounted tv? I have a belkin single plug surge protector on it now, it's rated at 900 joules.
***You should be fine with the Belkin single plug surge protector. I used a "WattBox" (https://www.snapav.com/shop/en/snapa...er---2-outlets) that I had an electrician install right behind my wall mounted TV. It's low profile and recessed. But again, you should be fine, I think, with the Belkin.

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2018 Sony XBR 900F owners thread (No Price Talk)

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I mounted mine tonight, and I would say no...this thing is a beast. It weights 145 lbs, and the torsion it puts on the mount is massive. The Sanus is a great mount, the tilt out is a life saver. There's no chance of getting cords in on this without it. However, be aware you MUST have 2 people, and ideally 3 (one to spot the left/right alignment).




Are there any that can go into an outlet, or are small enough to go behind a wall mounted tv? I have a belkin single plug surge protector on it now, it's rated at 900 joules.

One of the main draws for me to wall mount it was that I could do it for free since I already have the mount, and no need to find the stud again.

Sony’s site has the x900f 85 inch list as 99 lbs without the stand. I’ll check again.

But you are right if the cords ever get pulled out it will be impossible to put them back in again without unmounting the TV. Learned this the hard way when mounting the vizio.


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Tip for gamers using 85 x900f at 120hz

1440p 120hz and 1080 120hz is super fuzzy and blurry you might notice.

Some people have mentioned that maybe the scaler doesn’t function at these high refresh rates.

I recently set a new custom resolution of 1080p 144hz. This is much clearer from some quick comparisons it looks just like 1080p 60hz, which is an officially supported resolution. ( so it looks pretty good)

Gaming on a 85 inch 4k screen at 1080p might not be the best i suppose, but if you have tried 120hz for low input lag and noticed that the image was kind of unusable, then you might like 1080p 144hz.


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I recently purchased a 75x 900f when I try to play music from my iPhone using Bluetooth thru the tv the screen goes blank no picture.Is this normal behavior not to be able to watch tv programming while using Bluetooth. Thanks
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Well, it's time for me to bow out. I recently moved from NY to SC and put my stuff into a PODS. TV was on its stand (think class room type mobile stand) covered and extra spare bedding placed around it. It wasn't enough, apparently, as there are 2 impact sites on the screen and it's cracked to buggery. I've made a call to PODS but I'm not holding out much hope there.



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It might work but do you really want to take a chance with your $2500+ investment? The Sanus tilt and pull out mount is rated up to 90"/150 pounds and is going for $75 right now

so I caved and bought the Sanus, looked like a decent sale price, On my way to pick it up now.


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I’m trying to setup the Channels DVR server on this TV and was wondering if anyone knows how to setup for external storage and if it can accept USB 3.0/3.1 and what is the max storage capacity. Thanks in advance for any help.


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Neighbor needs help with her Sony 75X900F

My neighbor did something to her Sony 75X900F that I cannot find in settings to turn it off.

When she touches any button on the Sony TV remote, the TV responds in a loud TV voice what button was just touched and so on.

Roku has this feature and it is call Audio Guide. It can be turned off or on

I have gone through the TV's settings and I cannot find an Audio Guide or some similar item to turn off.

Anyone have a clue?



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I would just do a factory reset. Sounds like some kind of accessibility setting but I’m not 100% sure.


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It is an accessibility setting.
Home,settings,accessibility (under system preferences)


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I would just do a factory reset. Sounds like some kind of accessibility setting but I’m not 100% sure.

I thought about that but the TV has been prof calibrated by Value Electronics and I worry that a factory reset would erase the calibration

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I thought about that but the TV has been prof calibrated by Value Electronics and I worry that a factory reset would erase the calibration

See my above post. If I had to guess it’s the “talkback” option.

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I’m using a Z9D but would assume that the options are the same.

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It is an accessibility setting.
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See my above post. If I had to guess it’s the “talkback” option.


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I really thank you

The directions were as you said and the word that help me find it was Talkback

The Talkback drove me crazy trying to find how to turn it off.



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I noticed that there are two software updates listed (assuming one overwrites the other) for my tv. I have automatic updates turned to off so these are waiting for me to install.

System software update v6.6520
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System software update v.6.6555

Under each they list “Benefits and Improvements” which all are addressing issues that I don’t have.

Can anyone offer any advice or feedback on these? I don’t want to blindly load them up.

I attached a screen shot that gives the actual description for each.

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I noticed that there are two software updates listed (assuming one overwrites the other) for my tv. I have automatic updates turned to off so these are waiting for me to install.

System software update v6.6520
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System software update v.6.6555

Under each they list “Benefits and Improvements” which all are addressing issues that I don’t have.

Can anyone offer any advice or feedback on these? I don’t want to blindly load them up.

I attached a screen shot that gives the actual description for each. Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454

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Those are the last two firmware versions. Installing the higher (current) version will include all prior enhancements.
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I noticed that there are two software updates listed (assuming one overwrites the other) for my tv. I have automatic updates turned to off so these are waiting for me to install.

System software update v6.6520
and
System software update v.6.6555


Under each they list “Benefits and Improvements” which all are addressing issues that I don’️t have.

Can anyone offer any advice or feedback on these? I don’️t want to blindly load them up.

I attached a screen shot that gives the actual description for each. Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454Attachment 2732454

Thanks
Those are the last two firmware versions. Installing the higher (current) version will include all prior enhancements.
Are there any know problems with the latest? I’m a little gun shy after the ARC issues on the original Oreo update.
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Are there any know problems with the latest? I’m a little gun shy after the ARC issues on the original Oreo update.
I haven't heard of any issues.
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