The Sony X900F is a fantastic 4k TV with outstanding picture quality, especially in a dark room thanks to its high native contrast ratio and full array local dimming support. The TV excels in HDR, as it can produce bright and vivid reflections. Movement management is also excellent thanks to the rapid response time and the ability to twist the backlight to lighten the movement. The main negative is the narrow viewing angle, so the best image quality is reserved for those who are directly in front of the TV.
The design of the Sony X900F is great. It’s very different from Sony’s traditional aesthetic. Wide legs are the most noticeable difference and require a larger table, but they are designed so that the Sony soundbar can fit between them. There is basic cable management similar to the X900E on the back of the stand, but it is not as good as the X930E which includes routing through the rear panel. The build quality is very good and the TV feels solid.
As with most VA panels, Sony’s Bravia X900F has an excellent contrast ratio. You can show deep blacks when viewed in a dark room, so this TV is a good choice to watch movies with dark scenes. If you’re looking for an OLED with a perfect contrast ratio, check out the OLED LG B8.
HDR movies look good. Sony X900F supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision. The image quality is excellent, with a high native contrast ratio and good uniformity, and the TV can create bright and vivid reflections for HDR.
Ideal for HDR games, such as Xbox One X or PS4 Pro. The entry delay is low at 4k and movement management is excellent for fast-paced games to feel responsive. The X900F supports HDR10 and can produce bright, saturated reflections thanks to its high maximum brightness and wide color gamut.
Great TV for pc use. The X900F feels sensitive due to its low input delay and excellent handling of movement. Supports 4:4:4 chroma for unclear text on all backgrounds, but unfortunately, the viewing angle is poor, so the edges of the screen darken when viewed closely.The high contrast ratio and local dimming result in great dark scene performances to watch movies in a dark room. The input delay is low, especially in 4k, and motion management is excellent, ideal for games. Sony X900F TV is able to produce bright and saturated lights for HDR. Unfortunately, the image degrades when viewed at an angle.
Impressive movie performance for the Sony X900F. Blacks are deep and uniform, with local dimming to enhance dark scenes. The image quality is excellent and the colors are accurate in the factory. 24p movies are displayed smoothly, which is good.
Good TV to watch sports. Sony X900F has a fantastic response time, so fast-moving objects will have little movement behind them. It can be very bright and handles reflections well to combat glare in bright rooms. Unfortunately, this is not a good option if you are going to watch the game with a large group of people since their viewing angles are scarce. However, its gray uniformity is good without any effect on the visible dirty screen, which can distract when watching the sport.photo:Sony
Sony X900F-5 models and prices:
49″ class (48.5″ diag)
55″ class (54.6″ diag)
65″ class (64.5″ diag)
75″ class (74.5″ diag)
85″ class (84.6″ diag)
Sony X900F specs:
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4K HDR (3840 X 2160)
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|Smart TV | AndroidTV™ |
Google Assistant Built in, Amazon
Alexa & Google Home compatible
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Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
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