Sony unveil 75-inch X91C 4K HDR LCD TV

And four more lower-end Ultra HD TVs

by Mark Hodgkinson Sep 2, 2015 at 4:06 PM

  • With a very large 75-inch screen, and a chassis depth of just 15mm thin, the new BRAVIA X91C 4K LCD TV from Sony is attempting to make a style statement.
    The X91C is designed to complement your room like ‘precious artwork,’ whether stood on its solid aluminium feet or hung flush against the wall via its supplied wall-mount.

    The High dynamic range (HDR) feature will be available on Sony X91C via a network update and the 4K Processor X1 scales every source to ‘near 4K resolution.’ Sony’s unique TRILUMINOS Display should deliver a wider colour palette, too.

    The Smart TV platform is Android based with a world of movies, music, photos, games, search, apps and more. Google Cast lets your mobile device seamlessly connect and interact with your TV like never before. Cast apps, games, movies, photos, music and more from your smartphone or tablet with the push of a button. There’s no pairing and no screen-mirroring set-up required.

    The BRAVIA X91C is compatible with HEVC, VP9 and HDMI for 50p/60p – this means you can enjoy all of your favourite content, including a growing choice of 4K video streaming services.

    This season’s choice of 4K TVs from Sony is expanded further by two more new models, also with the 4K Processor X1 and Android TV. BRAVIA X80C (49” and 55”) are clearly more budget, whilst the S80C brings 55- and 65-inch curved screens to the market.

    The BRAVIA X91C 75” 4K LCD TV from Sony is available from mid-September 2015.

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