Sony XBR65X900C Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Sony XBR65X900C Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateMay 2015
Display diagonal165.1 cm (65")
HD type4K Ultra HD
Display resolution3840 x 2160 pixels
Screen shapeFlat
Aspect ratio16:9
Motion interpolation technologyMotionflow XR 960 Hz
LED backlighting typeEdge-LED
Screen format adjustments16:9, Zoom
Supported video modes480i,480p,720p,1080i,1080p,2160p
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
3D typePassive
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Number of speakers4
RMS rated power30 W
Audio decodersDolby Digital
Audio decoding technologiesDolby Digital Plus,Dolby Digital Pulse
Sound modesMovie, Music, Sports, Standard
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity4
PC in (D-Sub)No
DVI portNo
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
USB 2.0 ports quantity3
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in1
Composite video in2
Headphone outputs1
Common interface (CI)No
Common interface Plus (CI+)No
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)Yes
Digital audio optical out1
RS-232 ports1
RF ports quantity2
Weight & dimensions
Width1451 mm
Depth39 mm
Height835 mm
Weight23.2 kg
Width (with stand)1451 mm
Depth (with stand)257 mm
Height (with stand)897 mm
Weight with stand23.4 kg
Power consumption (typical)278 W
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
Energy saving modeYes
Ethernet LANYes
Wi-Fi DirectYes
TV tuner
Tuner typeAnalog & digital
Colour of productBlack
On/off switchYes
VESA mountingYes
Smart TV
Smart TVYes
Internet TVYes
Operating system installedAndroid
Smart modesAnimation, Cinema, Custom, Game, Graphics, Photo, Standard, Vivid

Reviews of Sony XBR65X900C
Reviewed on 2017-12-06
4K HDR Suppor, Excellent colo, Robust soun, Android TV is one of the best
Backlighting issue, Some limits on viewing angle, Awkward remote
Sony's XBR-65X900E is one of the more affordable 4K TVs in Sony's lineup, selling for $1,499, which is thousands less than the jaw-dropping Sony OLED XBR-65A1E. But the moderately priced X900E is no slouch.The 65-inch TV boasts 4K resolution and HDR supp...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-01
The Sony XBR-X900E evinces excellent image quality, with deep black levels, accurate color, solid video processing and best-in-class high dynamic range performance. Its modern, minimalist styling is a cut above budget models. The Android TV operating syst...
Costs more than Vizio and TCL TVs with similar image quality. Smart TV and voice control features can occasionally be slow to respond
The Sony XBR-X900E is Sony's least-expensive to deliver truly excellent image quality, thanks in large part to full-array local dimming. That feature allows different areas of the screen to dim independently, and in my experience it's the number one contr...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-28
Extensive streaming options, Strong contrast with full-array local dimming, Accurate out-of-box color
Average LCD off-axis picture uniformity, HDR highlights a notch below the top TVs, Android TV interface can be confusing
Here's the top Sony TV news for 2017: The company started selling its first big-screen OLED models. With an elegant “One Slate” design and an ability to emit sound from actuators positioned directly behind the glass screen, Sony's A1E line is destined to...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Excellent refresh rate, Superb contrast ratio, Very high color gamut, Truly beautiful, minimalist physical design, Full connectivity package, Excellent HD upscaling engine via X-Reality PRO tech
Poor vibrancy at off-angle viewing, No local dimming on screen, No planned HDR firmware update
Just as it seemed that 4K TVs could barely get any thinner, Sony breaks the bounds of expectation with the release of its acclaimed X900C 4K ultra HD TV, the thinnest LCD TV on sale to date. At just 0.2 inches thick over the entire breadth of its actual...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-31
Sony XBR65X900B Ultra HD Television ReviewI am often asked, “Should my next TV be 4K?” When I say yes the questions turn to, “Will I see a difference with 1080p content?” and, “Is it really better on a 50 or 60-inch screen?” The answer to all these quest...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-15
Great 4K, HD and SD pictures, Good black level, Netflix in 4K + HDMI2.0 & HEVC, Powerful sound, TV SideView app
Some clouding, Bad remotes, Out-of-box settings, Viewing angles, Inkonsistent menusystem
Sony released its first X9 TV last year, and has now released a successor that has the same characteristic front design and magnetic fluid speakers, but with the new wedge-shaped design that is said to actually improve sound further. Confusingly, Sony has...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-16
Bright picture with accurate colors. Attractive design. Powerful sound system. Lots of features.
Expensive. Poor black levels for the price. 4K content selection isn't compelling yet
Ultra HD (UHD or 4K) televisions still have a long way to go toward wide adoption, but companies like Sony are working hard to get the technology to where 1080p HDTVs are now. The Sony XBR-X900B series is one of the company's high-end, 4K televi...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-17
Sony XBR-65X900A Review65" LED Edge-lit Ultra HD Smart TV, $5499 The Sony XBR-65X900A is a big, beautiful TV. There were times when I was watching this 65-inch screen that I simply caught myself marveling at the quality of the picture. Now, this Son...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-22
As I sit down to write my first review of an Ultra HD TV, I can't help but think back to the early days of high-definition. I even asked a few colleagues to dust off the brain cobwebs and try to remember what it was like to review the very first HD displa...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-11
Technically, 4K is shorthand for a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels—the professional 4K format. Consumer 4K sets, on the other hand, have a resolution of 3840 x 2160, exactly four times the pixel count of full HD 1080p. Regardless of the industry's plan t...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-19
This is one of the best pictures on the market as of this writing – probably the best if you ignore side angle viewing. We thoroughly enjoyed reviewing this TV and I was surprised how good the picture is after having seen it first at CES. Even after calibrating it away from the over-hyped preset settin...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-19
Big is better, but it's not about size this time, it's about resolution. Sony hosted an event at the Video & Audio Center in Santa Monica to present their XBR-84X900 84-inch 4K Ultra HDTV. The XBR-84X900 displays an image that has 4 times the amount of re...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-24
The Sony XBR-X900B series provides the best picture quality of any 4K TV we've tested so far, competing well against the better plasmas. It also pumped out best sound of any TV we've heard, bar none. Its prominent speakers and high-end finish makes a uniq...
Those speakers: you'll either love 'em or hate 'em. Most people won't love 'em. The X900B is also more expensive than most 65-inch 4K TVs. The high resolution doesn't provide a major boost in image quality, especially with non-4K content. The 3D image suf...
There's a reason no TV maker focuses on sound quality. For speakers to sound good, they need to be big, and they should face the listener. What sells in TV land is the "all-picture" look, with as little bezel as possible, leaving no room for hefty, forwar...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-03
Sony's upcoming XBR-84X900 4K TV produced beautiful images in a demo at the IFA trade show last week, but its size, likely high price and a lack of content that can take full advantage of the set makes it an unlikely buy.Sony and a number of other vend...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-04
February 4th, 2014, In Reviews, Television Sets, by Mike OsadciwOne criticism of early fixed pixel displays (FPD) was that they didn’t look analogue, like the CRT technology that we were all so used to. The big square pixels that made up the picture of...
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