X9000H Series 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV | Brand Bazaar Showroom

X90H | Full Array LED | 4K Ultra HD | High Dynamic Range (HDR) | Smart TV (Android TV)

X1 4K HDR picture processor. It delivers a great picture quality due to the contrast ratio, brightness and color, Sony Bravia arrangement 4K TV has included full-exhibit LED backdrop illumination, and TRILUMINOS display, live color technology, DTS digital surround, slim aluminium bezel with metal stand for wider viewing experience with a luxurious look.

4K TV Buying Guide

Since the first 4K TV was released in 2013, TV technology has quickly made huge strides, giving consumers more choice than ever before. This also creates a minefield for the uninitiated - 4K, OLED, HDR, what does it all mean? In addition to the 5,700+ reviews we host, this buying guide can help clear up the marketing jargon so you can make the best purchasing decision and enjoy 4K movies, Netflix and more.

The Sony X900H is a great TV for most uses. It delivers good picture quality thanks to its great contrast ratio, high peak brightness, and wide color gamut. It has a fast response time that results in very little motion blur, and its input lag is low enough to satisfy even serious gamers. HDR content is delivered with vibrant colors and highlights that pop. Unfortunately, it has narrow viewing angles, making it less ideal for large rooms or wide seating arrangements.

What is a 4K television?

The term 4K (often used interchangeably with Ultra High Definition, or UHD) refers to the resolution of a screen, measured in the number of pixels. 4K resolution refers to an image resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is the next major step up from 1080p (or Full HD) which is 1920 x 1080 pixels. 4K offers more pixels, which means better detail, since you have smaller pieces with which to build a clearer, higher quality image, as seen in the example on the right. The quality difference doesn’t really start to shine until you get a panel with a screen size ranging from 50 inches or larger. Regardless of what a TV is capable of, the image quality is also in part determined by what is being played on the TV.   The Bravia X9000H is Sony’s latest 4K range, available in 55 and 65-inch sizes. Though large, the TV has a thin chassis and even thinner bezels. However, this is not a flat design like some of the newer models we have seen, but then it is not often that you look behind a TV to see how thin it is. So Sony has put most of its efforts to the display, where it uses a full-array LED panel, which means the colours are the same across and there are no spots where you see bright patches. The X-tended dynamic range technology makes the screen brighter and deeper as the need arises.
Screen Size 55 inch , 65 Inch, 75 inch , 85 inch - X9000H
Panel Flat
Resolution 4K, 3840 x 2160 Display Resolution
Technology LED
3D Technology 2D
Response Time 2MS
Refresh Rate 120Hz Panel Refresh Rate
Contrast HDR10, HLG / Dolby Vision
Brightness HDR10
TV Tuner Digital / Analog
Sound 10W + 10W Full Range Audio Power Speaker, 2 x Bass Reflex, 2 x Tweeter
Connectivity 2 x USB / 4 x HDMI / WiFi / Bluetooh
Remote Voice Search Remote Control
Dimension Approx. 1450 x 833 x 70 mm Dimension of TV without Stand
Other Features Web Browse, Smart TV Screen Mirroring, Wi-Fi Direct ARC Support, Hybrid Log Gamma