New 2017 Midrange Sony X900E 49 inch to have FALD yesss!!

haujobbz

Well-known Member
Just seen the specification on best buy in the us and the mid range 49 X900E model will have full array Local dimming yaaaay! I'm so glad I waited as this is the news I was waiting for ! Now I'm wondering how much this model will be ?? The US price is $1499 !

The X900E is an all new segment within Sony’s TV lineup. In addition to the aforementioned 4K X-Reality Pro chip, X1 HDR Pro Remastering and Super Bit Mapping, and Triluminous Display features, the X900E adds X-tended Dynamic Range Pro 5x, which we witnessed increasing contrast substantially over prior-year models. Interestingly, a full-array local dimming (FALD) backlight system, typically a high-end feature, is limited to this series (with the exception of the 75-inch X940E and Z9D). One might think that FALD would offer the best brightness, contrast, and black level control, but Sony says its more advanced, edge-lit X930E/X940E models actually surpass the performance of this series.

Sony - 49" Class (48.5" Diag.) - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV with High Dynamic Range - Black

Specs:

Built-in Wi-Fi Smart TV means a huge world of entertainment
Stream movies, music and surf your favorite websites.

Built-in Chromecast
In order to cast your favorite shows, movies, music and more, you must download the Google Cast app and use your compatible mobile device along with Chromecast-enabled apps to send content right to your TV.

Full-array local dimming technology
Offers enhanced contrast and incredible brightness. The X-tended Dynamic Range PRO 5x technology accurately balances the light output across the screen.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images
Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to the gorgeous Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Wireless connectivity
Enjoy fast and reliable streaming with dual-band Wi-Fi. Ethernet connection is also availbale.

Advanced TV sound
Two built-in Bass Reflex speakers, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse and DTS Digital Surround.

Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Pulse
Optimizes the sound for TV from sources, such as the Internet, connected PCs, smartphones and tablets.

4 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection
High-speed HDMI delivers a full 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles
The wide 178° viewing angle provides a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

Manage the viewing experience for your kids
The parental control functionality lets you block channels with the unwanted content.

High dynamic range (HDR) creates a more realistic picture
Coupled with Dolby Vision content that delivers a dramatic visual experience, HDR elevates picture quality with the remarkable brightness, extremely high contrast and captivating color.

Take non-HDR content to the next level
The 4K HDR Processor X1 takes non-HDR content to near 4K HDR quality. The HDR Remaster technology can detect, analyze and optimize each object to adjust the overall contrast for a more realistic picture.

Motionflow keeps the action smooth
Sony's Motionflow XR 960 refresh rate technology builds upon the native 120Hz panel to allow fast moving action sequences in sports and movies to be seen with lifelike clarity.

Vibrant colors, smooth gradations
The TRILUMINOS display offers more shades of red, green and blue. The 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping reveals thousands of shades and gradations of light, for sunsets as bright and clear as real-life.

3 USB inputs
Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

Web-based services and content require a high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.
 
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R94

Standard Member
Was heavily considering getting the UE49KS7000 but this has put that firmly on hold, I'm so excited for this
 

gizlaroc

Distinguished Member
From initial reports black levels are not great and lots of blooming, so probably got 4 zones or something.
 

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