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75" Sony X950G 4K UHD Smart LED TV w/ HDR/Alexa (2019 Model) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 75" Sony X950G 4K UHD Smart LED TV w/ HDR/Alexa (2019 Model) on sale for $1998. Shipping is free. Thanks bigboyjon84
  • Note: In stock on January 27, 2020.
Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Native Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • WiFi w/ Chromecast Built-In
  • Wall Mounting: 400x300mm
    • Inputs
      • 3x HDMI Type A
      • 1x HDMI Type A
      • 1x Composite/Analog Audio
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Pretty good price. I think many of the tvs dropped in price in anticipation of super bowl.

This is also 1999 at best buy.

I missed out on the christmas deal so glad they have it again.

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Fyi I know greentoe is not a deal, but I was able to get the tv for 1900 from a reputable distributor without tax or shipping.
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Come on 65in for under 1200....
I've been tracking these & The 65 was $1,199 & the 75" was $1,799 during the holidays for reference
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Anywhere that doesn't charge tax to Alabama?
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Try Greentoe, offers are tax inclusive
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If you intend to keep TV for 5 years at-least, then yes X950G is any day better than X900F and the price difference is justified.
Have you seen the 950 vs 900 in person? You can see the 950 lacks contrast and several websites state the 900 has better picture quality.
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If you intend to keep TV for 5 years at-least, then yes X950G is any day better than X900F and the price difference is justified.
Will probably keep it for 3 years. As for picture quality and brightness when watching movies in a dark setting which one is better? Also, which one has less blooming?
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Confirmed! Greentoe accepted at $1899 shipped to Texas, tax included
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great TV for watching Movies only the OLED one are better but double/tripple the price

The Sony X950G is an impressive 4k TV with great picture quality. It can display deep blacks in a dark room thanks to the high native contrast ratio and full array local dimming support. It can get very bright and delivers great HDR performance full of bright, vivid highlights. It has excellent motion handling, due to a nearly-instantaneous response time that makes the image look crisp and leaves fast-moving objects with very little blur trail. The input lag is very low, which makes it an excellent choice for gamers that are looking for a very responsive TV. Unfortunately, just like most VA panels, it has narrow viewing angles and those seated on the side will not experience the same great picture quality.

We've tested the 55" model of the X950G, which does not incorporate the 'X-Wide Angle' technology; we expect the 75" and 85" to have better viewing angles at the expense of contrast ratio.

Our Verdict
8.4 Movies
This is an impressive TV for watching movies. The X950G can deliver deep blacks in a dark room thanks to the high native contrast ratio, great black uniformity, and local dimming support. Movies on the X950G look great, as the image is clear and motion is fluid.

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Try Greentoe, offers are tax inclusive
Is greentoe's pricing always tax inclusive? Or the vendor that accepted just doesn't charge sales tax to some states?
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I ordered this last week from greentoe for 1899. Awaiting delivery this Friday.
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I up-voted because the price is pretty good.

I think the Samsung q80R, when it goes on sale again (got mine for 2070 plus tax after Xmas), is a better value overall. No blooming issues in black bars. Has 96 zones, and the only set that allows the Apply TV app. Has ALLM and VRR.

As long as one can live without eARC. But it's ARC allows DD+ with Atmos.
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I up-voted because the price is pretty good.

I think the Samsung q80R, when it goes on sale again (got mine for 2070 plus tax after Xmas), is a better value overall. No blooming issues in black bars. Has 96 zones, and the only set that allows the Apply TV app. Has ALLM and VRR.
Also the Q80/Q80R is marginally better for gaming (freesync), and does a much better job at minimizing screen reflections. I would love to this price for the Samsung.
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Have you seen the 950 vs 900 in person? You can see the 950 lacks contrast and several websites state the 900 has better picture quality.
Have you and in what conditions? When you say "lacking contrast" do you mean a significant amount of contrast or just a perceptible difference?

And while several websites say that the 900F has a better picture quality (whatever that mean), there are other that go with the 950G.

It's best to just point people to the owners thread at AVSForums. There's a wide range of user experiences posted there. I ended up going for the 950G over the 900F because 900F is end of life meaning no further updates and, more importantly, I viewed both under multiple lighting conditions and from different angles and ... there's an almost imperceptible difference on contrast while the 950G maintains is color and clarity at even extreme angles.

Ordinary users under ordinary conditions are not going to see the contrast difference. And the blooming in black bars can be controlled via settings, not removed, but improved a lot.
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Also the Q80/Q80R is marginally better for gaming (freesync), and does a much better job at minimizing screen reflections. I would love to this price for the Samsung.
Yeah the 80 and 90 from Samsung do a great job reflections. But, really? Gaming on a 75" tv? I now some people do it, but, please, those that do generally can't tell the difference between 60 and 120 frames anyway let along being able to detect screen tearing. And the games you'd play on these displays don't actually need the high frame rates anyway. It's hilarious to see posters talking about freesync, VRR, ALLM on these displays as though they're gonna be used for competitive gaming. Besides, gaming consoles don't have the juice to push these displays anyway and you'd need at least a 2080ti to make a dent.
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Have you and in what conditions? When you say "lacking contrast" do you mean a significant amount of contrast or just a perceptible difference?

And while several websites say that the 900F has a better picture quality (whatever that mean), there are other that go with the 950G.

It's best to just point people to the owners thread at AVSForums. There's a wide range of user experiences posted there. I ended up going for the 950G over the 900F because 900F is end of life meaning no further updates and, more importantly, I viewed both under multiple lighting conditions and from different angles and ... there's an almost imperceptible difference on contrast while the 950G maintains is color and clarity at even extreme angles.

Ordinary users under ordinary conditions are not going to see the contrast difference. And the blooming in black bars can be controlled via settings, not removed, but improved a lot.
Are you saying the 900 has any less picture quality? Will be viewing straight on ... No need for off axis.....and I need to save those hundreds of the pq is the same.
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Are you saying the 900 has any less picture quality? Will be viewing straight on ... No need for off axis.....and I need to save those hundreds of the pq is the same.
Im not sure what you mean by picture quality and we probably have different needs and wants in that department. My experience with both sets and after reading the owners threads for both at avsforums, generally speaking, the picture quality is just about the same. The differences appear more in the technical specifications, OS performance, etc.

If you're viewing straight on, at a 75" G and F, you might detect a contrast difference is specific scenes in specific content. Might.

I picked the G because F is end of life and will not be getting future firmware updates, has more full bandwidth HDMI, improved OS.
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