Originally Posted by batlin27
I also am having some issues with colors, I think over saturated is a good way to describe it, I run it connected to a PC and my home security system piped through and my wood floors (which have some red in them ) look REALLY red. Blues look almost purple.
I have the 75x850g. I love the TV so far. But it is a pain to calibrate it. Sony did not make it easy. Some tv's still have the RGB filters that allow you get the color to a more accurate state, this unit does not have that(as far as I know same goes for all new Sony Units). 4K HDR is more of a pain to calibrate though. This unit like other Sony units has the 10 point Color Gamma adjustments. In order to calibrate 4K tv's you really need a colorimeter(someone can correct me if I am wrong). There are are various patterns you can get from here on avsforums, like these www[dot]avsforum[dot]com/forum/139-display-calibration/2943380-hdr10-test-patterns-set.html
Now, some opinion
While I was deciding which 4k TV to buy I had looked at the following; x850G x900F, x950G, Q6DR, Q7DR and even the RU8000. The list eventually dwindled down to the the x850G and x950G. I ended up buying the x850G from Costco because it looked fantastic compared to the Q6DR and RU8000. Of course this is in store, where it's hard to tell. Another reason I went with the x850G was Costco's return policy, 90 Days! Plus if it goes down in price within that 90 days you get the difference. Most places are 30 days.
The picture quality is superb. The blacks are pretty damn good too. Are they at x950G or OLED levels, no of course not. Are they good enough to save 1500 bucks? Yes, absolutely. I read a lot of comments that take on these aspects while watching movies and other content. I was making what I would consider the same mistake. I ended up getting some 4k HDR video files from 4Kmedia.org and all I can really say is that I was blown away. You can use the Media Player that is found in the Input section. It will even play the Dolby Vision files and switch to DV automatically. I honestly think some negative comments stem from the content that we are watching. Even movies that are 4k HDR are sometimes Fake 4k. 4kmedia[dot]org has a list of them as well.
Last thing. As for the which type of panel the 75in uses, I have only found info on this site that says it's a VA www[dot]displayspecifications[dot]com/en/model/d2d11878
ps sorry about the links(second post)