Sony XBR65X900F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Alexa Compatibility

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Decent Android TV but 100 Mbps Ethernet came as a surprise
3/ 5stars

Overall quite positive impression. I like picture and device quality. It even managed to more or less work with my receiver - not without tricks though (unfortunately HDMI ARC is always tricky but thanks that it exists).However, 100Mbps ethernet was a blow. They actually never mentioned that in any of their specs. When I saw 100 Mbps Full Duplex in router monitor I could not believe it. It took me some time to find information on the Internet.So yes, it is true - high end smart tv (android tv), which you are supposed to use for video streaming DOES NOT support 1Gb ethernet. Read more

May 04, 2020
Love it.
5/ 5stars

Did a lot of research on TVs before I bought this one. You really need to look over my other reviews on Amazon. If it's trash I say so, but this really is a nice TV. It has a normal TV clicker- no wierd you gotta use your cell phone stuff. I run 720 and 1080p content from my PC and it looks great. I don't notice a lot of reflections in the screen like a lot of other TVs. I have not run 4K content or played any games on this TV. If you want to play games, then you need to find reviews tailored for game players. Sound quality sucks, by the way. This will be true for any flat screen TV. You guys drive the market, you pay the price. The price for flat sreen is either a sound bar or external speakers. See my review for the Yamaha RX-V385 5.1-Channel 4K Ultra HD AV Receiver with Bluetooth. The two work well together. Read more

May 04, 2020
Sony is just better than Samsung - which has circuit board issues
5/ 5stars

Sony is just better than Samsung - which has circuit board issues. I go to Costco a lot and would have bought Sony there but they do not sell it. They push Vizio and Samsung instead - at a much cheaper price. I want reliability. The picture seems mostly the same. So the issue then becomes - how long will it last Read more

May 04, 2020
A 4.5 But will Give a 5 If I need to.
4/ 5stars

Did I need a new TV Probably not. Did I need a 65 TV Probably not. I've been jonesing for one for about a year and finally bought myself one!We had (still have) a Samsung 55 Curved TV (3D) in our TV room and it is beautiful and part of me wishes that i had purchased that same TV in 65. Am I happy wi th this one...mostly.It's not a bad TV, but it isn't great out of the box: you have to increase the brightness and picture, perhaps you do on all of these, but this just seems OK. Had it for the Super Bowl and it was fun to show off!One of the key things that I really do not like is the remote. This could really have been better laid out. It isn't user friendly. The indicator (up/down, left/right) is the inside ring that isn't marked except for some small ridges (will add an image). Action Menu Is how you update the picture quality and other tuning items. There are so many buttons that need to be on a remote, but they have to be creative, but I really like the Samsung remove.Apps is going to your Netflix (there's a direct to Netflix button on the main remote.), YouTube, etc.Hulu obviously didn't give Sony much money because their app is initially at the bottom of the selection when you go here, but you can move it by going to the app and holding the center + button down and select Move. Back goes back, Guide, etc.There are 4 HDMI inputs, which is important based on all of the peripherals (Cable, Blu Ray, Sound Bar, and 1 extra). Chromecast comes standard with the TV so you don't have to use the extra port for that, and you can get extra apps from the Google Play Store. Sony Crackle has some fun shows!I purchased the 3 sound bar, which was pretty easy to set up. It has a dedicated ARC port for it and then there's a matching input in the sound bar. Depending on how far apart you want sound bar and TV, you might want to get a longer HDMI cord. Mine is in front of the TV and the sub-woofer is pretty close as well.We have an old tuner (1995) that is hooked up to 4 old school speakers (could use longer wire) and was able to use a 3.5 mm connector with to the back of the tuner and it works great. There is no RCA connector on this TV so you'll have to get an adaptor or be inventive like we were to connect older electronics. We have a Sony Blu Ray Player, which connected seamlessly with the HDMI.I love having a larger TV - so many shows now have plot lines with people texting each other and I can barely see the texts! And it IS a VERY NICE TV. I just wish I were blown away by it. Read more

May 04, 2020
I bought this TV and had to replace it twice
1/ 5stars

I thought I would be smart and buy a real name brand TV and went with this Sony. !st TV arrived on time and guys were great in helping me set it up. 65 was a load for me to do by myself (i'm 70 yrs old). TV was GREAT for about 4 to 5 hours and then went black. Could not get it to restart no matter w hat I tried. Called Amazon and they immediately sent me another, got to love Amazon and how they treat their customers. Second TV came in and same guys set it up for me. They plugged it in and .....nothing. Wouldn't even come on. They took it back with them.I then bought a TCL 65 television with Roku installed in the set, and it works great. Never buy another Sony anything Read more

May 04, 2020
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Had it a couple months and then these weird lines on bottom of screen just started appearing
1/ 5stars

Had this TV for about 2-3 months and then just one day these weird rainbow colored horizontal lines appeared across the bottom 1/4 of the screen. See photo. It does not appear on Netflix or when you pull up the Home Menu. I went through checking all cable connections, tried plugging it into a differ ent outlet. Nothing seams to work. They had a troubleshooting link that I saw on another review that had the same issues and none of those suggestions worked. Now I have to go through the process of figuring out how to return this TV Box long gone. Also, was really disappointed with the sound quality, after I get this fixed I am going to have to get a sound bar as the sound is worse then the 10 year old Plasma tv I replaced. Was hoping after 10 years the sound would have improved in TV's, but not on this one. Read more

May 04, 2020
Stunning detail!
5/ 5stars

I got the 65 and coming from a 32 TV this thing is huge. Picture is absolutely beautiful, crisp, vibrant and surprisingly accurate. I did not adjust the color setting other than changing from standard to Vivid settings and the skin tones are spot on in my opinion. I don't feel like the tones are inc orrect. The picture I posted with my review don't even do justice as it looks way better in person. Watched Life of PI and Pirates of the Caribbean from Google play and both were stunning.The Google voice control was quick and it got everything I threw at it correct the very first time.Factory speakers were decent and loud enough for my living room(big improvement over my previous tv). I'm still going with a sound system anyways.Still playing with the settings. Read more

May 04, 2020
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A good picture but big waste for only 1080p, an advert machine with poor user interface and help
3/ 5stars

I read many professional reviews for the X900F with their technical jargon about how good the Sony TV is but I should have put more belief in the user reviews here on Amazon. The more I use the TV the more dissapointed in it I become. I replaced a fine looking 55 10 year old Toshiba Regza which was connected to a Cox cable system using a Contour DVR at 1080P, wireless headphones connect to the TVwith RCA jacks and with a video input also RCA jack for a surround sound 7.1 system. Read the following are my opinions of the Sony TV as a drop in replacement for an existing 1080p TV.THE BAD: -- VIDEO FREEZES: Occassionally, three times over 4 weeks, when I play video over the USB, the video will not play. A dark screen is presented. Further when this occurs using USB and then going to video from Amazon Prime and Utube, they will not play also. I have to power down/up the TV to get it to work again. Sony support had no know bugs related to this and at this time could only offer to do a software reset of the TV. -- USELESS PICTURE IN PICTURE: One of the reasons I liked this TV was the picture in picture feature as I wanted to watch a security camera on one HDMI as a small picture in the corner of the TV while watching another HDMI input on the main screen. But guess what, the PIP offered with TV does not allow you to watch any other input, HDMI or video, on the main screen. You can only watch the android screens but not any of your other video inputs. A very very VERY poorly designed feature and essentially useless-- SONY IS A BIG WASTE FOR ONLY 1080P. I spent a lot of money for the TV and while the picture is fine and perhaps noticeably better than the 10 year old Toshiba I was replacing, the Sony is basically not worth the money if 1080p is all your going to watch as I am. -- MARKETING MAHEM. It seems to me this TV is set up to provide a marketing outlet for a variety of media. You get overwhelmed with requests to join Google and other media especially when first setting up. When accessing the setup menu through Home you first have to wade through a bunch of advertising to sell video or demand sounding requested to join Google. For this alone, if I had paid attention and read more carefully other user reviews or demo'd more in the store I would not have bought this TV. All I could think of while setting up the TV was You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile -- POOR CONNECTOR INTERFACES CHOICES. The audio headsets I use connected to the TV via RCA jacks. Of course there are none on the Sony. They provide a mini 3.5mm plug. I was able to find an adapter and connect the audio. -- CRUDY MANUAL: There is no manual to speak of . There are a few sheets in a thin Guide in multiple languages consisting mostly of warnings of this or that and very very little about how to operate the TV and what the various pictures setting do for example. Totally frustrating experience. -- HARD TO GET TO CONNECTIONS: All but the main connections are located on the rear of the TV and oriented downward and recessed and hidden by the overhang of the recess. So totally awkward to see and to plug HDMI 2-4 in for example. -- NON STANDARD ANALOG VIDEO INPUT. My sound system as an analog video out to be able to monitor the system from the TV when setting up the acoustics etc. The Sony has a single 3.5mm mini plug requiring a special cable that is not provided nor defined by Sony. Thanks a lot Sony!. -- NO SIMULTANEOUS AUDIO. When connecting the TV to the surround system, the TV will either play through its own TV speakers or through a surround system to provide advanced 5.1 or 7.1 audio. Not both. You have to select through the Home/Sound menus to select. One cannot simply turn the TV speaker volume down if listening to your surround setup, you must select TV speaker or surround system by digging deep into the nested functions of the android Home menu. Another bad design. -- VERY BAD REMOTE. The remote is bland, bland, bland and of course the biggest buttons are for Google Play (since this is an android machine) and Netflix. It awkward to use and find the controls and of course there is no manual to understand what the buttons do and perhaps worse of all its not backlight so I cannot see it in the dark. Also there is no Exit button to get back to a start place, only a Back button so you have to step backwards. -- DELIVERED SCREEN WAS DIRTY: The outside of the screen was full of smuges that were difficult to clean with the provided cloth. It seemed to be residue left over from the protective wrapping. I found a dry micro cloth worked the best to wipe the screen clean. -- BAD REFLECTIONS: When the screen is dark the screen is very reflective. I suppose this is a problem with any TV, but if you have windows facing the TV, the light from the window many cause distracting reflections. -- SLOW INET: I was surprised to discover the ethernet port on the TV is only a 100MB port. Even my 10 year old laptop has a 1000MB port!!. 1000MB ethernet would be much better should you choose to stream video via the clunky android interface.THE GOOD: -- GOOD AUDIO: One consistent comment was the audio was not good from the TV and hence its encourage to buy an expensive sound bar. I found the sound to be very good direct from the TV speakers. -- 4K UHD Great: There is 4K UHD available to stream on Amazon Prime, with free offers from Sony to buy 2 movies or a 30 day subscription to Netflix. If this is your main viewing then the picture is excellent but hard to justify the 1600 if you only viewing 1080p.Conclusion: If all your going to watch is 1080p then don't spend the extra money for this Sony. Its fine to get a Ultra HD TV but If I had to do over again I get a NON android Google ad machine TV for a lot less. My research suggested the TDL 6 series at less than 1/2 the cost of the Sony x900f. Read more

May 04, 2020
Android TV and Chromecast built in are bad
2/ 5stars

Rather than buy Android TV, just buy a television and buy a Chromecast Ultra. Android TV and Chromecast built in are horrible.

May 04, 2020
Buggy software, cloudy display, poor build quality
2/ 5stars

Buying TVs from Amazon is the way to go, they deliver it to the door, and for free. No more stores for me. Amazon Rocks!Out of the box you'll find a poorly done quick setup guide with line art images (no full color photos). Just removing the Styrofoam and sticky plastic from the dusty TV caused frus tration, and a big clean up. Oh, and getting the legs on and locating the bolts for the TV isn't easy. Then you must install the batteries in the remote with no easy explaintion on how to open it. Why aren't the batteries already in there or rechargeable On power up and wifi password set up (and after ALL firmware updates taking a lot of time), the TV crashed 3 times during setup requiring setup 3x again! I kid you not! 3 reboots!, out of the Box!! Why It their own Playstation Vue app crashed during password set up. A poor out of the box experience.Android TV: Ads, spam, and pushed apps. The Andriod TV software is disappointing! It's slow, sluggish, poorly laid out, buggy, doesn't map to the remote well and is just an example of failed human factors engineering with a user interface designed for showing promoted apps. The entire home screen is an advertisement, and you can't remove the promoted apps. Just getting to the TV settings and inputs requires you to scroll to the bottom of the screen. Even the (ugly) remote is an a billboard for Netflix with a huge bright red button. Why I would pay good money to have no ads or promotions.I use Sony's Playstation Vue as my TV service (for 3 years now), and is too slow on the 900f, much slower than my 2015 amazon Fire TV set top box. The app randomly crashes or freezes (of course it does this on other devices too) Channels don't smoothly scroll with animation, just jump across the display unlike the Amazon Set top. To open Playstation Vue (or any app), you must scroll thorough promoted apps before finding it buried, then launch it. The app must load from memory every time taking 20 seconds or more. Why can't the (sony Vue) TV app stay in memory and launch when I turn on the TV There is no way to do this, and it confuses people who turn on the TV and either they end up at the home screen or find the Channels TV screen (tv tuner) where it says no signal, and no help on what to do from there. Maybe a pop up saying, hey you last used VUE, would you like to return to it Oh, and the TV has a signal, it's called WiFi, so that No Signal message for ATSC (over the air broadcast) is misleading, and belongs on a 1990's TV. These days TV's are monitors, and there should be a way to disable the tuner, or sell one without a tuner. Even cable TV requires a set top box because the QAM signal is encrypted these days. So unless you live near a TV station signal, and use an antenna, the tuner is useless anyway.The manuals are terrible, and I've read all the online content, printed content, and even forums. There just isn't the detail. No information about special image processing, how they work, or why to use them. Nearly zero information about how Andriod TV works. Nothing about all those remote buttons (why so many remote buttons) No information about Dolby Vision or if the TV supports it. Nothing about how the apps work. Why isn't there better documentationThe panel itself has much more cloudiness on grey or black scenes than I expect from a TV of this price point. This shows that the panel isn't the best. In fact it's the primary reason I gave it 2 stars instead of 3 or 4. It's a bright panel but isn't as good as advertised in my opinion. I assume the brightness is due to the backlit (rather than edge lit) LED lighting which is a major feature on this model. Zone dimming doesn't seem to add much, and blooming does occur but it's cool to have and can be turned off. It's also one those panels that unless you're directly in front of it, it has lower contrast and color shifts. Sure it's not an OLED that solves these issues, and LCD panels, even IPS ones with zone dimming can only go so far, but I did expect better image quality. I also expected less display cloudiness (LCD defects) at this price point. If I did it again, I'd just buy the non zone dimming panel, and live with the reduced brightness.Overall the TV as shipped has non-optimal color rendition. Skin tones are orangish, reds are pushed to the point that lips glow, and red and green objects look florescent. Grass while watching a football game looked candy green. This is not natural image quality, this is distorted reality. The image settings can be adjusted out somewhat and some image processing filters turned off, but unless you're willing to pay for a calibration, you're not going to get a normalized color display. Why can't the display have a natural setting that renders images the way they were intended to be seen Sure, I understand some customers might like cartoonish color, or don't care about reality, but why not have a normal mode Why so much color saturation, crushed blacks, and why touch the imagery so harshly with software filtersBuild quality and workmanship needs improvement, and not inline with the price and class of the TV. On my unit the far edge left side of the panel under the bezel a good chunk of pixels are dead. (QC, hello) I almost returned it just for that defect. The TV's stand isn't adjustable, and won't sit perfectly vertical on it's provided (ugly) legs. Installing the legs is very difficult, and the instructions (quick set up guide) is terrible. My last Sony TV tilted, and turned on the stand. The rear cover is thin ABS plastic. It's like they didn't even try to polish the mold. Out of the box, the TV had dirt on it (looked like desert dust you'd find in the Mojave desert). The glowing front Sony logo led is poorly executed and looks cheap. The power cord is non-detachable, has no ground wire, and too short for a 65 panel. The metal bezel is very nice, but is the only metal besides the legs you'll find on this model. Would be nice for an all aluminum bodyThe remote looks like it belongs with a cheap 200 dollar black Friday TV model from a discount store. Seriously did you not consider the remote design No back light, no RF, no ergonomic design, and not elegant. The remote is the customer interface! The remote needs improvement! Looks like a kid drew it in 3d cad by making a rectangle then extruding to a block, and filleting the edges, 3d printing it and putting in the box. Yes, the remote is that bad. Hey maybe ad a touch screen to your remote with an led display A metal remote One that has less buttons, and no ad buttons (like Netflix). A joystick Something besides a candy bar stick with a rubber membrane buttons. Range is ok, and the voice remote is nice, but is too slow to respond, and has limited capability to control the TV.Alexa voice control works only to turn the TV Off or On. It is reliable, but would be nice if you could tune it to a Vue channel from Alexa. I recently connected an Amazon Fire 4k stick, that has this feature, so you can get it for a price. Google assistant really doesn't control anything inside of apps. I would much rather have Alexa, and a built in Fire TV, instead of Android. (ok, I know Fire TV is built using android..)The sound quality is great, and probably better than any LCD TV I've used. It's loud enough, clear, and has decent bass.Wifi performance, and network connectivity is very good. I had no issues connecting to my high end Netgear nighthawk 2018 router that was about 4 feet from the TV.I did not connect the tuner. (I'm a cord cutter).Sony, maybe you should invest in a software quality assurance team, engineering design review, and an executive manger accountable for the customer experienceI didn't want the cheapest price and if I did, I would not have bought the XBR 900F. What I demand is best in class quality, outstanding reliability, elegance and I'll pay whatever price is needed to obtain it. I once thought that's what the XBR brand stood for. Not so much now I expected better software, a better panel, a much faster on board computer, realistic image quality, high end materials (more metals, less ABS), and an elegant remote that isn't pushing Netflix. Something like my previous XBRs. Read more

May 04, 2020
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