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[Best Buy] Sony X900H 65" 4K TV $1599.99

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[Best Buy] Sony X900H 65" 4K TV $1599.99

For anyone looking for a non-OLED HDMI 2.1 option for the next gen consoles, this year's X900 edition has been well-received. See this link. The 55" is also on sale for $1300 ($100 off) and 75" is $2700 ($100 off). Note that the HDMI 2.1 features of ALLM, VRR, and eARC are not currently available pending a firmware update.

Amazon.ca is also selling these TVs for the same price. Visions too, with an extra year warranty.

EDIT: jarfgames reported that the TV will be on sale for $1599.99 at BestBuy starting Tuesday

Updated post to reflect lower sale price
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Looking for a 75 inch + to go with the next gem Xbox. This be a good tv?
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Canadiansinner wrote: Looking for a 75 inch + to go with the next gem Xbox. This be a good tv?
Which part did you get lost on? Was it the part about this TV being well received or the link to the detailed review and ratings?
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Canadiansinner wrote: Looking for a 75 inch + to go with the next gem Xbox. This be a good tv?
Go with a 4K HDR projector.
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Isnt Costco selling X900F for $1398 + $100 GC?
The X900F has the X1 Extreme processor while the X900H has the X1.

Quote from some website:
Sony X900H comes with X1 4K HDR Processor while Sony X900F comes with 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme. X1 Extreme is more advanced picture processor than X1 that can delivers better optimization for the color, clarity and contrast of Sony X900F.
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Do TVs that come with HDMI 2.1 straight outta the box have something more to offer than those getting a firmware update?
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Realrena wrote: Isnt Costco selling X900F for $1398 + $100 GC?
The X900F has the X1 Extreme processor while the X900H has the X1.

Quote from some website:
They are, but the X900F lacks HDMI 2.1 support. This Ratings review score comparison suggests that they are similar to each other from a picture quality perspective. Whether that justifies the price difference is subject to how much one cares about the gaming specific features.
Seph1123 wrote: Do TVs that come with HDMI 2.1 straight outta the box have something more to offer than those getting a firmware update?
Immediate feature availability for those that own an Xbox One, a recent Nvidia GPU, or a receiver/sound bar that supports eARC. There is no specific release date for the firmware, so it may not even arrive before the PS5 and XBSX come out.
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Tyrant wrote: They are, but the X900F lacks HDMI 2.1 support. This Ratings review score comparison suggests that they are similar to each other from a picture quality perspective. Whether that justifies the price difference is subject to how much one cares about the gaming specific features.
I stand corrected. Thanks for the info!
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chronick wrote: Which part did you get lost on? Was it the part about this TV being well received or the link to the detailed review and ratings?
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed yesterday. Sheeessh :D
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Is the best price this TV has sold at? Trying to get the 900F from Costco but it has been sold out and thinking about picking this up now or just wait for another deal.
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It's the best price I've seen so far. This model was just recently released though. So there will be more sales down the line if you're willing to wait for it.
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Probably one of the better affordable future proof tv's.
Returned the 900f I bought from Costco from this. I couldn't deal with the Dark DV. This TV could even be considered a bit better than the new x950h that is lacking the newer inputs such as EARC and HDMI 2.1.
950H does have better brightness, so if you like searing your eyeballs off go for the 950h. If gaming is more your concern and a sick Dolby atmos setup than go for the 900h. Skip the 900f all together, it's cheap because its more than 2years old.
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Canadiansinner wrote: Looking for a 75 inch + to go with the next gem Xbox. This be a good tv?
I would suggest waiting until the new consoles are actually out for two reasons. The launch dates are “Holiday 2020” so it’s going to be around Black Friday when all these deals will be better, and by then there will also be more sets on the market with HDMI 2.1 compatibility (eg TCL & Vizio).
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Thanks. I can wait a month but not more than that. My son broke our current TV and using a monitor for now.
Tyrant wrote: It's the best price I've seen so far. This model was just recently released though. So there will be more sales down the line if you're willing to wait for it.
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Did they put a gigabit port in the 900H model? I have the 900F and disappointed that the WiFi is faster than the ethernet. Super impressed and happy with the TV other than that feature (oh and sucks my model won't get HDMI 2.1 upgrade, but that's ok)
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Raimond wrote: Did they put a gigabit port in the 900H model? I have the 900F and disappointed that the WiFi is faster than the ethernet. Super impressed and happy with the TV other than that feature (oh and sucks my model won't get HDMI 2.1 upgrade, but that's ok)
Just out of curiosity, what is your use case that calls for a >100Mbps connection? That's at least 3x the speed of a 4K stream from Netflix etc., right?

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