Sony XBR-75X850D 75-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD TV

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Sony XBR-75X850D 75-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD TV

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Sony XBR-75X850D 75-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD TV

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Sony XBR-75X850D 75-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD TV
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SAY "NO" TO ANDROID

This TV has a beautiful picture. Sound is OK though I use a sound bar and sub-woofer with it. My problem is that it is CONSTANTLY crashing. TV shuts off and reboots while watching it. Apps close randomly - even when you're not using them. Another TERRIBLE flaw with this TV is that you have to go through several steps to set the "sleep timer". Generally there is a button or 1 step to set on the remote control, however, with this TV you have to stop watching the TV, go to settings and set the sleep timer from there - a bit inconvenient.

Very good choice for my family!

I feel very obligated to write this review in case anyone is in a similar predicament. A 75" TV is a significant investment and so most people will read a lot of reviews about it. We were looking for a TV for our living room which has a significant amount of natural sunlight. We were debating between the Samsung MU8000, the Sony 850e, and the Sony 900e. We ended up pulling the trigger on the Samsung mu8000 for the brightness and thinner bezel. When we received the TV from Walmart and it has a very thick silver bezel. We didn't like the looks of it but thought we would try it out. The brightness was good but the motion blur made me want to vomit. We ended up sending it back and getting the 850e also from Walmart and it might be the best decision I've ever made. The picture was better, the brightness was just fine, and the motion was sooooo much better (despite the Sony technically having worse specs than the Samsung). Although I've never owned one of these, I have never experienced a moment where I wished I'd upgraded because the 850e is absolutely awesome. I honestly don't notice the edge-lit bs direct lit and local dimming differences. I would buy this TV again in a heartbeat and my whole family absolutely loves it.

Not happy

I bought this tv 15 months ago and it’s broke I’m not happy

D best

I bought this tv a year ago so far no issues, love d pic quality

HANDSHAKE PROBLEMS

I have all NEW (within last two years) Sony equipment- Bravia 850D, Sony 2800ES receiver and a sony blueray player. I am CONSTANTLY having handshake problems between them, and yet that is precisely why I purchased ALL Sony. Great products when I can see them, but to regularly I have to work HDMI ports to get it run. Very aggravating.

crackle sucks

I bought over $10,000 of Sony TVs for my new home. I can't watch a movie from Netflicks or Amazon without it being interrupted by a crackle commercial. this sucks

Not sure if X850D with AndroidTV is great..

Great TV, great features to have, but overall user experience sucks with this TV. It would crash a few minutes after boot up. Tried to reset/reinstalling the TV software, but it would still crash. At one time, TV would have a line of stuck pixels across the TV on any inputs, any channels. For it to go away, I had to restart, but to do this, you have to navigate to a specific setting to restart - not by powering down, powering on! There was one time the picture settings went out of wack, and I had extremely hard time reverting back to the way it was. I have 2015 model, bought in November 2016. Hulu app is not up to date as of present date. Have this TV been obsoleted already? When opening home page of AndroidTV on X850D, it would take a while, slow response. Slow to change inputs. From time to time, apps would crash. Overall user experience sucks with X850D.

Honest Review

The image is truly excellent. The interface is rather well laid out on the home screen. The remote control lag however can be rather frustrating. I’m not the most impatient person, but to some degree, when my television that cost one eighth the price responds quicker, it can be a bit disappointing. It can take several seconds for the tv to mirror what I am trying to do on the remote. Although this tv is not top of the line, it costs quite a bit when compared to a Hisense tv which is $900 cheaper for the same size tv. I’ve had both brands and although this tv’s remote is truly garbage in comparison, it’s picture is by far more pleasing. I am very happy with the quality of the image. If you could fix the remote issue, I would give a 5 star rating a hundred times over.

Glitchy, poorly executed, UI a disaster.

For the money, I expected a whole lot more. The UI is trouble. Sometimes it accepts my commands, sometimes it doesn't. In several instances, I have had to pull the power plug to reset the TV in order to get control back. The remote has also become unresponsive several times. Applications seem haphazardly strewn across multiple "feeds" on the home screen. It is not user friendly. The picture quality is okay but only with tweaks. You have to turn off all kinds of automatic picture controls or else the picture becomes washed out in certian conditions. One of the auto picture features, I forget which, wreaks havoc on the picture when closed captioning is selected. Every time closed caption text appears on the screen the entire image becomes brighter and then darker as the closed captioning goes by. The latest issue is the set will turn itself on after you turn it off. I feel like the remote is repeating power toggle requests for some reason because if I cover the ir LED after I request a power off, this doesn't happen. So far this set is much more trouble than I thought Sony was going to bring me.

Good 4k Tv but flawed

Great color accuracy with 4k content an 720/1080p content. Sounds is very decent, most of the time I have no need to turn on surround sound system. Lots of inputs to wire almost everything an there tuck away behind the TV , which is awesome an it's so hard to find TV's with 4 HDMI inputs. HDR picture is very dark an color suffers tremendously when using this picture mode to watch 4k content , so I usually have to use standard mode , after less than 1 yes of use my UI is constantly freezing an my TV resets at least 5x weekly.... My TV an apps are all up to date by the way. Tons of apps to use but 4k content again looks terrible in HDR viewing mode. I really want to switch to a different model because I'm disappointed in Sony . If other models have similar issues I'm seriously considering selling my 850D an switching to Samsung.
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