Sony Bravia 139 cm (55 inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart Certified Android LED TV 55X9000H (Black) (2020 Model)

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  • Resolution: 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) | Refresh Rate: 100 hertz
  • Connectivity: 4 HDMI ports to connect set top box, Blu Ray players, gaming console | 2 USB ports to connect hard drives and other USB devices
  • Sound Output: Acoustic Multi Audio | X-Balanced Speaker | Dolby Atmos | (10w + 10w ) Powerful Sound
  • Smart TV Features: Android Tv | Google Play | Google Assistant | Chromecast | Netflix Calibrated Mode | Calman Ready | Works With Apple Airplay | Works With Apple Homekit | Works With Alexa
  • Display: X1 4K HDR Processor | Full Array Local Dimming | X-Tended Dynamic Range Pro | 4K 120fps
  • Warranty Information: 1 year warranty provided by the manufacture from the date of purchase
  • Installation: For requesting installation/wall mounting/demo of this product once delivered, please directly call Sony support on (Please visit brand website for toll free numbers) and provide product’s model name as well as seller’s details mentioned on the invoice
  • Easy returns: This product is eligible for replacement within 10 days of delivery in case of any product defects, damage or features not matching the description provided

Specification: Sony Bravia 139 cm (55 inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart Certified Android LED TV 55X9000H (Black) (2020 Model)

Brand

Operating System

‎Android

Display Technology

‎LED

Number Of Items

‎1

Mounting Hardware

‎1 LED TV Unit, 1 Table-top stand, 1 User Manual, 1 Warranty Card, 1 Remote Control, 2 Batteries

Resolution

‎3840×2160 Pixels

Tuner Technology

‎DVB-T/T2

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Triluminos Display, X Motion Clarity

Standing screen display size

‎55 Inches

Hardware Interface

‎USB, HDMI

Item model number

‎KD-55X9000H

Batteries

‎2 AA batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

‎123.1 x 7 x 70 cm, 16.5 Kilograms

Model Year

‎2020

Model Name

‎Bravia

Model

Manufacturer

Supported Image Type

‎PSD, TIFF, GIF, PNG, RAW, JPEG

Refresh Rate

‎100 hertz

Supports Bluetooth Technology

‎Yes

Media Format

‎AVI, DVD, MPEG, WAV, Blu-ray

Mounting Type

‎Wall Mount

Maximum Operating Distance

‎5 Feet

Connector Type

‎Wi-Fi

Total Usb Ports

‎2

Battery Cell Composition

‎Alkaline

Display Type

‎LED

Batteries Required

‎No

Batteries Included

‎Yes

Power Source

‎AC

Speaker Surround Sound Channel Configuration

‎Acoustic Multi Audio, X-Balanced Speaker, Dolby Atmos

Supported Audio Format

‎Mp3_audio, Wma

Screen Resolution

‎3840 x 2160 pixels

Item Weight

‎16 kg 500 g

5 reviews for Sony Bravia 139 cm (55 inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart Certified Android LED TV 55X9000H (Black) (2020 Model)

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  1. Rohan Chowdhury

    Pro –
    1) Local dimming works really good. I don’t think this TV has too many zones, but it does a great job. Keep the picture setting for this to max for best results. I’m surprised how close this panel goes to OLED – not kidding.

    2) Picture post processing including upscaling – again another surprising element. Use post processing like saturation control, darkness control etc as per YOUR TASTE. DON’T turn them off because some random dude in YouTube advised to. These implementations are really good, but you need to go manual to make them work right. Start with custom settings and tweak each of them in SDR and HDR “SEPARATELY”. I had tough time differentiating well produced FHD videos in YouTube from 4K HDR !! That fake HDR works real well in this TV, take risk – go manual !

    3) Sound stage created by TV speakers are really good. They have zero bass, but they create really nice surround effect.

    4) Android TV !! That should be sufficient to explain. I have a Jio gigafiber set top box with streaming subscriptions, once I got this TV, logged in to all of them from the TV apps and instant win in picture quality and responsiveness.

    5) Powerful chip, your android experience will be similar to a mid-spec android phone – which is really good for today’s phone standards 😉

    6) The remote is actually nice, its long, but easy to hold because of being thin. Buttons are well placed and responsive and its a bluetooth remote so no need for line of sight.

    7) Build quality is very good, but the TV wobbles a bit if you try to make it, because of it’s massive size. Maybe if the stands went through higher, would’ve mitigated that, but no one will keep a 55″ TV in the middle of walk way, use a wall mount if you are concerned.

    8) Sony customer support started immediately from next day of purchase. From installation, to warranty to technical support everything was really fast and efficient.

    Cons –
    1) I have hard time understanding whey they did Sony remove subwoofer addition through headphone jack from these models all of a sudden ! Specially after making the TV speakers sound so good. Why invest on making TV speakers if its ultimately unpractical and customers are forced to buy a separate home theatre system !! Something that could’ve been done cheap enough with a great Subwoofer is now forced to compensate with a full fledged system. I paid that money to Samsung – so you lost that game Sony !!

    Conclusion : This is the best TV if you have an open budget but you value your hard work to earn the money. The price to quality in this TV is the best in Indian market now, period. While OLED gives unparalleled best picture quality, it has longevity problems. And QLED is more gimmick than actual stuff. This is a VA panel, unlike IPS panels this gives superior picture quality. And I don’t know who really watches TV from a weird angle, specially after getting such a large one if viewing angle matters to you.
    The brightness of this TV is more for a dark room, which we have. If you live in a room which is lit like a freaking balcony then better go for X9500H, which is brighter but you don’t get HDMI 2.1 or VRR.

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  2. Sourav

    I was really looking forward to X9000H but, it’s a disappointment when it comes to SD and HD content. But, keep in mind, this is the best budget TV(in 2020) you can get for 4K 60/120fps content/gaming(PS5). The other option is LG CX (much costlier and OLED burn-in).

    Pros-
    1. Great for 4K content and console gaming.
    2. The blacks and detailing is pretty amazing in 4K HDR content.
    3. Dolby Vision mode is awesome (only applicable for Dolby content though).
    4. Connectivity is good.
    5. The brightness is decent enough even during daytime.
    6. Audio quality is good.

    Cons-
    1. watching SD and HD content, it’s a big disappointment. Even with all the calibration, SD content looks terrible.
    2. SD/HD sports doesn’t look good even with X-Motion clarity. A deal breaker for people interested in sports. HD content is watchable only for shows/movies without any fast moving object.
    3. Judder issue in SD/HD content. Example- while watching cricket, you can literally see the ball shake and vibrate rapidly. The biggest issue with this TV.
    4. Reflection Handling is just bad. For people with brightly lit room, stay away.
    5. Netflix calibrated mode just darkens the content and is terrible. It definitely needs an update.

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  3. Sourav

    The reasons I bought this TV:
    1. VA panel which has the next best black levels after OLED – so we get near perfect black without burn in headaches of OLED.
    2. 750 nits peak brightness. Even though not great by premium TV standard, however cheap TV brands cannot reach even this brightness. This is enough for normally lit rooms (sunlight restricted).
    2. FALD – Sony has the best local dimming algorithms in the Industry.
    3. Sony has the best motion handling algorithms in the industry.
    4. Sony has the best color reproduction in the industry. This TV is already fantastic in the out the box “Standard” picture setting.
    5. Latest Consoles ready – Note this TV has full 48 gbps HDMI 2.1 bandwidth on two ports. Even LG CX has only 40 gbps on all four ports. Some people say 12 bit signal is unnecessary, but if you have more bits, you will have lesser rounding off errors even when you finally display in 10 bits (calculations can be done in 12 bits). HDMI 2.1 features will be added via firmware update – 120 input fps, eARC, VRR, ALLM.
    6. Good low latency Game Mode.

    Note : As reported by others low bit rate content can have some posterization – color banding, hopefully SONY will address it in a firmware update.

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  4. Akash

    Delivery expected as usual. Will be testing other features and updating the review later.

    Edit: After calibrating the TV, I can safely say that there are no issues in the TV for now. Tip: Use Local dimming to high to ensure that there is minimal to low blooming in dark scenes and put motionflow to custom on 0 on both. Custom video setting works the most in calibrating the settings on all apps with Netlix Dolby vision shows on either Dolby vision bright or dark depending on your room lighting environment. If using a gaming console, change it to game mode to have minimum input lag.

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  5. Susang Rai

    If you love gaming and watching movies. This is the tv you got to have. With the dolby vision support which has customisable Dolby hdr settings, game mode has the least amount of lag or latency while playing on your PS4.
    The sound output is also great and loud, but could have been louder at this price range.

    Now the wait starts for the HDMI 2.1 update, which will turn the 2 HDMI inputs from 2.0 to 2.1. This update has already been rolled out in US/Uk. Guess India lags behind, but hoping we will get it soon.

    For best picture settings, to get those deep blacks and perfect color, you can refer to “CO Guy Stuff” x900h settings youtube video. I have used the same, and it’s simply the best settings to watch movies on.

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    Sony Bravia 139 cm (55 inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart Certified Android LED TV 55X9000H (Black) (2020 Model)

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