Sony Offers Super Bowl Deals On X900F, X850G TVs
Sports lovers who have been waiting for Sony to jump into the Super Bowl TV promotion game to get a great deal on a new Bravia XBR LED-LCD TV are in luck.
The company has announced special nationally promoted deals on four nice mid-range big-screen 4K Ultra HD performers. Sony fans fully infected with Kando fever holding out for a great price, will find savings of up $800 on the original price of one of the models.
Kando, or course, is Sony’s term for the power of the unique emotional connection Sony enthusiasts have with the company’s products.
Those infected parties looking for the magic of Sony’s video processing, including excellent motion smoothing and color handling, for this Sunday’s Super Bowl party, will want to wait no longer.
For your convenience, we have included links to the promoted products in question, with a brief description of what each product’s model series will deliver. Hurry, supplies are limited and the pricing promotion ends on Feb. 2, 2020. Full disclosure: the HD Guru derives a small commission for any purchases made using the provided links. We thank you!
Specially deals include the following:
Sony Bravia XBR X900F Series
When it was introduced in 2018, the Bravia XBR X900F Series was a popular Sony television line for both high-level picture and sound performance and value.
Sony is moving through the last of its remaining inventory as it prepares for the transition to the X900H series coming soon.
The XBR-X900F models all feature direct LED backlit LED LCD panels with local dimming and Sony’s X1 Extreme processor that is noted for delivering high-performance real-time image processing using three technologies to upscale and improve picture quality from a variety of resolution formats.
These include: object-based HDR remaster, Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR and Dual database processing.
The sets also feature Sony’s X-tended Dynamic Range PRO 6x technology that produces detailed dark and bright white scenes with what Sony said is up to “six times the contrast of conventional LED TVs.”
The X900F series also include X-Motion Clarity that smooths out blurring and judder in fast action images with no loss in brightness. The TVs also include Sony’s Triluminos Display engine that maps colors from a wider palette with high accuracy.
For HDR, the X900F 4K HDR Ultra HD TVs will handle the baseline HDR10 profile as well as Dolby Vision HDR and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), the latter of which can be used with certain live DirecTV 4K Ultra HD presentations and could possibly be used to view HDR broadcasts from ATSC 3.0 station signals and/or cable, satellite and possibly some streaming services.
The featured models include the following:
4K X850G LED LCD TV Series
The Sony X850G 4K HDR LED LCD TV series was launched in 2019 and combines the power of Sony’s 4K HDR Processor X1 with Acoustic Multi-Audio via Sound Positioning Tweeters. Sony said this ensures action and sound are “precisely aligned for the best viewing experience” on the screen.
The series also features Sony’s Triluminos Display technology that produces enhanced wide-gamut color accuracy. Other key features in the X850G series are the Android TV smart TV OS with Google Assistant built in, the same platform used in all of the company’s top premium TV series. The system is compatible with Google Home and Amazon Alexa smart speakers (sold separately). An upgraded smart remote is included.
By Greg Tarr
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