Did you have to do much configuration of the set out of the box? My current Sony 1080p set had load of changes to do to the configuration of it to “calibrate” it. Wondering nearly 6 years later whether sets still need some work to get the best picture?Right I’m back. Sorry. Been a bit hectic the last few weeks. I have this tv. This tv is fantastic. I’ve come from Panasonic edge lit led tv. The 42et5 3D set and over the moon with the Sony. Colours and motion are fantastic.
No eARC highly likely means it is still on the old bravia Android platform like the XF90. Only sets with the new processor have eARC. For settings you could probably use the same as the XF90 rather than following XG95 ...Aida 64 installed what do you want to know
Other than the design pretty much yes. But the AIDA specs are mostly for the Android platform that runs the software.Just explain that in a slightly simpler way? So the 2019 is the same as 2018?
So the XG9005 is an XF9005 in a slightly different shell?Other than the design pretty much yes. But the AIDA specs are mostly for the Android platform that runs the software.
Before this year all the models with Android would get upgraded to a new platform so there was hope initially that the XG90 would also be getting the new processor and four full bandwidth HDMI ports like the XG95. But it became clear quite soon that only the AG9, ZG9, XG95 and XG85 have received the updated platform (UR2). And with these screenshots it has been confirmed that the other models are still on the previous (ATV3).
This is how it looks on the XG95
MT5891 (or MT5596) is the name of the Mediatek processor and is a quadcore Cortex A53 CPU with Mali T860 as GPU. Something similar can be found in a Nokia 3 Android phone for example but that has a slightly weaker GPU (T720) (having made use of that phone some while I really don't see how Android TV can run so sluggish on tv's other than bad programming).
The new one is a quadcore with Cortex A73 @ 1500Mhz and Mali G71 GPU which according to Sony should/could improve performance by
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I would think so yes. Only the 55 and 65 XF90 have been carried over for 2019 so I have speculated before that the XG90 is only in the lineup to keep a 49" FALD in there since the XG95 only starts at 55". Not sure for how much longer 55/65XF90 will be in the lineup.So the XG9005 is an XF9005 in a slightly different shell?