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I did EXTENSIVE research prior to purchasing this set, and it was worth it! Seriously considered Sony's OLED, but at a much greater price, it lost the race. Sure, OLED has deeper blacks, but with 128 region full array local dimming, this set is no slouch.
Great TV for the price. I was between this one and the thinner XBR65X850D. I opted to go with the 750D because it was about $500 cheaper but also 2 inches thicker. Since I wall mounted it, it didn't make that big of a difference (for me).
Easy Set up, Easy to Use, Good Price, Great Picture
Just an awesome picture! Period. Best 65" TV we viewed and could afford. - LG OLED's are very nice but you will pay for it. CR rates this TV near the top and Sony reliability is better than both Samsung, LG and a host of others. Buy this TV.
Loved it for smooth motion and great colors. Looked around at various LED tv's for a replacement and compared various models under $2k and narrowed my choices to LG, Samsung, Sony. This model is from 2016, just hit the floors after debuting at CES and I could not be happier.
So, this television has very good picture quality. I have no complaints there. What is a problem, is the software quality. Sony's Android TV implementation is sluggish to respond (not helped by the remote being an IR remote and requiring line of sight), and comes with Sony featured content that...
Sorry dont have 3D bluray version for my collection of 3D.
I HATE this TV. Had it 6 months. Mostly good for the first couple but since then it shuts off randomly, gives me error messages far too often, and the apps don't work half the time.
Best television I’ve ever owned !!
Love this Sony TV. It has a fabulous picture and the only thing that even comes close is the OLED sets like the LG. But it is more than twice the cost and not even close to twice as good. If you want a top quality TV go with this Sony. Stay away from Samsung.
Wonderful TV. The best way to shop for a TV is to use your eyeballs. My personal preference when seeing the display models at my local big box retailer is that the Sony 850/900 and Vizio M.