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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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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.
This sort of depends how far back you're seated from your aforementioned 75" screen. I only have an antiquated GTX 1060 (6gb) and I can tell a significant difference even playing single player games (including 1st and third person games) @ 60. vs 100+. It's just much more seamless and fluid experience. Of course, you're also limited by your hardware, and I (obviously) could use an upgrade.
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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.
By picture quality I mean depth, color, clarity, contrast. If the 900 is the same or better.... I need to save the $330 difference.
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Hopefully the A8G follows suit....
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Anyone have an opinion on the x950g vs the q70? They're both the same price for the 75".
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I think we all have plenty of alexas and Google's in the home lol
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Isn't the picture quality better on the 900f? Many websites report that it is. Because of the wide viewing angle on the 950, the contrast is lower than the 900.
I have both in 75" and I can assure you that the X950G is definitely better.
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By picture quality I mean depth, color, clarity, contrast. If the 900 is the same or better.... I need to save the $330 difference.
Get the 900F. Buy it now and if you don't like it, return it, and the 950G will still be available.

Take an hour and look at the 900F owners thread at avs forums, though. Get a feel for what actual owners have experienced and you'll find an excellent set of posts by an Anderegg regarding settings (wish there was a similar one of the 950G, lol). But review that thread first.
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is this a "deal" or average ish price now?
In my opinion, average. Definitely not a you better run type of deal.
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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.
Q80 was this price around black Friday, probably will be again near superbowl, after checking x950 vs q80 in person at best buy, the q80 was better to me, the anti glare coating is excellent as with viewing angle, outweighed Dolby vision for me
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This sort of depends how far back you're seated from your aforementioned 75" screen. I only have an antiquated GTX 1060 (6gb) and I can tell a significant difference even playing single player games (including 1st and third person games) @ 60. vs 100+. It's just much more seamless and fluid experience. Of course, you're also limited by your hardware, and I (obviously) could use an upgrade.
Yeah, I'm interested to see what happens when I finally connect my 2070 Super to the 950G. I wonder if the difference between 60fps and 100+fps on a 27" display is as observable on a 75" tv.
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Q80 was this price around black Friday, probably will be again near superbowl, after checking x950 vs q80 in person at best buy, the q80 was better to me, the anti glare coating is excellent as with viewing angle, outweighed Dolby vision for me
I did the same comparison in a Best Buy, too and had the same thought as you. Then I viewed the 2 in a controlled lighting environment at a local tv store and the differences narrowed considerably.
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Been waiting for this TV in 85" to go lower than 3k on greentoe. The 75" is quite nice and getting it for sub 2k is a great deal.
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Get the 900F. Buy it now and if you don't like it, return it, and the 950G will still be available.

The upgraded processor on the 950 is what you are paying for. I have the 85x950g and Android TV flies on it. The blacks are also great, they almost get too dark for me probably cause I am not used to it. The wide viewing angle is awesome too. My biggest complaint is reflections during the day.
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Been waiting for this TV in 85" to go lower than 3k on greentoe. The 75" is quite nice and getting it for sub 2k is a great deal.
Yeah, I was down with the 900F at $1699 last week, but then saw the 950G at Greentoe was going for $1899 and ended up with $1949, so was happy. The extra $50, per Greentoe, was because I live on the west coast.
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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.
This is exactly right. I saw them both at BB and can tell the difference. Of course it doesn't help (Sony) that I currently have a 65x900E which beats both the x900F and x950G in contrast levels, which is a shame considering that is a TV from 2017!

If u value contrast (and hence picture quality) then I would stick with the 900F among these 2 choices. Or pick the 65" x950G as it does not have the X-Wide later (like the 75 and 85" do) which reduces contrast severely in exchange for wide viewing angles.
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