Hi there, I have the 55, in my earlier posts I was a bit disappointed with it, however having talked to people on here it's actually me at fault. I've had it a couple of weeks now and can't praise it enough. I use mine for xbox/ps4, the other half uses it for disney/netflix. It works perfectly for both situations. With regards to blacks, I watched the opening scene of stranger things where its looking at a star lit sky and was amazed by how clear and sharp/ black it was. I've also watched a few 4k videos on YouTube, there is one of a lambo supertrofeo in America, picture again is unreal. Love the sound on it aswell, obviously it's not the same as a sound bar/ home cinema but very good just on its own. There is quite a few settings that can be played with. I read a review (can't remember where) that said this TV is the nearest you will get to an oled (not sure if that's true as I don't own an oled to compare it too). One of the best things aswell is that the remote lights up, so if you are in a dark room then it's quite easy to navigate. Hope this helps.Hi all, I'm considering the XH950 65" as my next TV
I've had a Panasonic OLED for the last couple of years and have had major issues with it, new panel after 8 months and now it needs a new panel again after 2 years!
After a bit of a fight with John Lewis (See the EZ952 Thread) I have received a full refund on purchase price and am on the look out for a new TV.
I've lost a lot of faith and confidence in the longevity of OLED's and am now considering this Sony TV, can I ask any owners of the XH950 what the genuine dark room performance is like? How dark is the black level etc. I know it's not on a par with OLED but night time viewing is important to me although the usage is very varied.
How does the XH950 compare to a Pioneer Kuro 500A? I still have two of these going strong and the picture is superb