Sony expands local dimming X900F LCD to a whopping 85 inches

Sony expands local dimming X900F LCD to a whopping 85 inches

It is created to be paired with a new soundbar, the HT-X9000F, which is a Dolby Atmos compatible soundbar in a more affordable package than Sony's previous Atmos soundbars.

The brand did not reveal the pricing and availability, but the X900F and A8F BRAVIA OLED series will be on sale at Amazon, BestBuy and other authorized dealers in the US. At least we're guaranteed a certain level of quality, but we'll be sure to ask Sony what else has been tweaked.

The X85F series, available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch models is a lower end series than the X9000F but still features the same HDR processor as the others.

Equally sensibly, Sony hasn't felt the need to introduce yet more inexplicable HDR formats.

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Sony unveiled the 2018 Sony XBR X900F LED 4K UHD HDR Dolby Vision Smart TV at the CES 2018.

Spring really can't come soon enough.

Starting things off, we have the 2018 Sony OLED lineup, which consists of the replacement to last years A1E.

Also new for 2018 is Dolby Vision high dynamic range compatibility, an extra that last year's X900E missed. The 2018 model has been dubbed the A8F and will include full, probably brighter-than-ever OLED display technology while also having an updated, enhanced version of the audio system that let the 2017 A1E broadcast sound directly from the TV screen itself. The XF90 series is created to solve a current technical issue whereby as the screen size gets larger, it becomes easier to notice motion blur especially in fast-moving scenes. With the help of this technology, the TV is able to keep fast action images smooth and lifelike at the same time. The UBP-X700 is claimed to deliver a wider range of colour, contrast and brightness than standard Blu-ray players, making the picture much closer to what people see in real life.

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