Friday, August 7, 2015

Sony X9305C: Is it the best 4K-TV in 2015?

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The Sony X9305C is a Top 2015 model .. this TV is one of the best 4K and one of the more expensive of the year. The image quality is unquestionable, especially with 4K content. The LCD panel is VA, with local dimming Edge LED technology and so the lighting is rather vague areas, however the panel has excellent uniformity. This TV features Smart Android platform, perhaps his weakest point. The design is interesting because it includes side speakers, an option that does not convince us, but about likes ...

Technical / Specifications:
Screen Size: 55 and 65 inches.
Technology: Edge LED Triluminous IPS
Resolution: 4K UHD 3840x2160
3D: Active
Motion Flow: 1200Hz
Processor: X-Reality Pro 4K
Smart TV: Android TV
Other:
  • 4x HDMI
  • 3x USB
  • 2x Glasses 3D
  • Touchpad Remote Control
  • USB HDD Recording
  • Twin Tuner
  • Audio 90W
View all specifications (Sony website)
Visit TV LED Glossary for more information about what does mean HDMI, HDReady, CMR, HZ...

Design Sony X9305C:
Sony X9305C (electroprecio.com)
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Conclusion (verdict):
Our opinion on the Sony X9305C is very good, if you don't consider the price. It is difficult to criticize a TV like this, it is one of the best 4K for sale in 2015. The picture quality is very good both for movies and sports. The audio is very powerful, is very careful in this area even at the expense of design. We recommend you buy the Sony X9305C if you want the best (or one of the best) televisions 2015 and have the available budget.
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Model Name: What's the meaning of the name of Sony 2015 TV?
  • Sony XBR-55X9005C
  • Sony XBR-65X9005C
Other models:
Sony X9405C: A very similar but only available in 75-inch model. The panel uses a different technology: The direct LED that allows: better lighting areas.

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