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Qualité audio

Excellent(e)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Excellent(e)/s

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Exceptional quality above and beyond expectations

189 cm (75”) 15/09/2022 par Lord-Viridis (Royaume-Uni)

Upon receiving the television, I was impressed with the very robust packaging Sony are using for their televisions. The sturdy box was inset with firm polystyrene protectors on the top and bottom of the unit, however the setup of the unboxing is such that you don’t need to remove the television from the packaging to set it up. The bottom unit acts as a temporary stand whilst the top slides off, allowing you to add the stand before complete removal of the television. The tv includes brief and in depth manuals, and 2 remote controllers. One of these is the aluminium fronted, light-up remotes that you find in the master series televisions, so its nice that they are included in the “nearly master series” X95K range. Set up of the tv is very quick and if you have android or google services on your phone, a little quicker as it will log in via that device and get to quick work transferring account details and related apps across to the new tv. You are prompted to choose your hdmi connections visual type and will give assistance with “automatic options” that will set your colour profile, connection type as well as a few tuned setting for certain apps or devices. I will say one thing, when you get the tv, update it asap, that way when you connect a PS5, it will let you choose HDMI enhanced mode with VRR as well as local dimming. (Prior to update, the VRR mode would cancel out dimming and would hit image quality somewhat.) The build quality is exceptional, with plastic covers to hide all cables into the rear of the set, as well as covers to hide the stand attachment points. The set itself is quite heavy, though with a robust TV unit or heavy capacity wall mount, it holds well and is sturdy enough that it feels safe. The picture itself is absolutely fantastic, coming from a 2017 tv I am amazed at just how far image quality has came. The colour is stunning and peak luminance on HDR videos is so bright its hard to imagine a brighter display. I have found that by setting black level to medium, local dimming on high and contrast enhance to medium, the picture is so much like a well tuned OLED, with deep perfect blacks and super-bright whitepoints I truly am amazed when I see it on such titles as “for all mankind”, in fact if you want to see how good the tv can perform, I recommend S2 E1 during the sunrise on the moon scene. The scene shows Mini-LED in perfect usage, pitch black blacks and ultra bright whites. Nothing else comes close to it for a contrast display test for users. But what about blooming I hear you ask, Does it bloom? - yes Is it bad? - no Is it noticeable? - depends In scenes such as described above, no you don’t see blooming, the peak luminance will mask any bloom you might perceive, in fact in any HDR titles that deal with luminance data directly, you will very very rarely see any blooming. In SDR titles where luminance data is converted through the pictures colour, you can see some bloom, SOME. I find that if you sit within 15-20 degrees of the sides of the tv, you wont see bloom in any regular use excluding subtitles. (Subtitles are Mini-LEDs worst enemy) if you sit wider or lower than the tv, you can see bloom a little more. It’s just how the technology is working the polariser that blocks bloom to the front has limits on how wide it works. Through regular use, with a little set-up though, no.. you probably wont see blooming, and if you do you will mostly just think its coming from the retina scorching peak brightness. The sound from the speakers do give a level of immersion though obviously a soundbar set up would be used by most. If using a soundbar, you can set the TV speakers to work as the centre speaker, a welcome setting. If not using a soundbar, you'll still find many sound settings to tune the audio as you need. With options for voice emphasis, music, bass boost... The usual tried and tested Sony solutions. Results either way won't disappoint. For gaming the tv works extremely well, with a PS5 my games have never looked so good, and the options for image quality on the set are remarkably well tuned to deliver a quality that is what the games deserve. Colours and clarity truly pop out the screen, and dark titles such as assassins creed Valhalla look stunning in 4k HDR. Fire looks like fire, the night looks dark and the aurora over Norway is a sight to behold The tv in itself is absolutely stunning and as Sonys first dive into Mini-LED, its a firm win, I cannot stress just how impressed with not only the build quality but the most important thing, image quality. I've heard that this model is probably in the top 3 tvs you can buy at the moment, I wouldn't doubt it one second.

Qualité audio

Excellent(e)/s

Performances

Excellent(e)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Bon(ne)/s

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The Next, Next Level in 4K TVs

189 cm (75”) 15/09/2022 par JFURL (Royaume-Uni)

I have held back on this review to make I was able to get the most out of it in every way that I could. When the TV arrived the first thing you notice is that it is a unit of gargantuan proportions. The box almost one of my living room walls, but saying that, when it came to unboxing this techno-beast Sony have put a lot of effort in to make sure that this part goes as smoothly as possible, and they have absolutely nailed it. After removing the initial contents such as the sleek brushed steel remote and paperwork the top of the box simply lifts off leaving the bottom still in the base of the packaging giving you access to the screen and the legs which you can install with immense ease. At this juncture you have option for three different positions to suit your feng sui critter inside. Low sits pretty much flush to your unit or stand. This does require the legs to be at each end bearing in mind its nearly 2m long. From here you can choose to raise them up to a height that accommodate a sound bar to sit underneath without hindering your viewing. Finally, there is that narrow feet option. This is the one I went for as I have a stand that I bought with my first 40” HD TV back in the day. I have to say I was a little worried that I might need to splash out for a new stand. Nope! It fits like a dream and the unit itself is extremely steady The setup was seamless and took very effort. The Google TV operating system really did most of the work and the out of the box settings were really good. When you start delving into the menus and looking for the finer details is when the fun begins and this process really brought out the inner nerd. The remote itself is very good and has all the functions you’d be looking for such as shortcut buttons to Prime, Disney, Netflix and Bravia Code. The latter actually gives you five free movies to Sony’s streaming service once you’re registered. The remote even has a find me function should you lose it. This brings me nicely onto the screen. I mean wow, just wow. Sony has branched into the Mini LED range. The LEDs are now 4 times smaller than they were in the X95J so can pack way more in which really helps with local dimming. The colours are absolutely breath taking and the depth just sucks you right into the screen. I watch a lot of films and have very varied taste in genre too. I must have watched at least 30 plus films in different formats and I am yet to find a fault with this. Given that this is a 75” I was interested to see how well it delivered on such a grand scale. It absolutely blew me away. To say that this is truly a cinematic I don’t think does it justice. Even in a brightly lit room the anti-glare and the auto-adjust back light means you don’t lose any noticeable picture quality. The blacks really deep and inky and there’s no blooming whatsoever that I could see, even when looking. You’re looking a screen that is getting very close to OLED black but with brightness that dazzles. Even Blu-rays are upscaled to an obscene level. I own a PS5 and when it comes to gaming it cranks it up to a level that I haven’t witnessed before. The fact that you get exclusive features and auto setup when hooking up the console made me lick my lips. The PS5 will tell the TV when you’re gaming and when you’re watching a movie, then automatically switch modes to suit best. This is a really nice touch as I use my PS5 for playing my movies. Playing Gran Tourismo 7 is always a pleasure. You add in the colours that I’ve just been talking about and the speed the processor it’s like being in the car itself and truly leaves you open mouthed You can really appreciate the differences with 4K/120fps & VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), but be aware that you do need to have the correct HMDI 2.1 cable and are using the compatible port, of which there are two. I played through Ghost of Tsushima on the PS4 but since getting this TV I decided to play through it again with the PS5 patch. The combination of the upgrade and the HDR, the screen it turns that game into something that close to moving art. I know I’m gushing a bit here but you really do have to see it to believe it. The apps are as you’d imagine polished and very accessible. The voice recognition on the remote works a dream searching through all of the streaming services and giving you a list of ways that you can watch, and if there is a charge. Perfect for people like me that have a multitude of streaming services. I was a little disappointed that the Disney+ app doesn’t support Dolby Atmos but does Dolby Vision when Netflix does both. Why this is I don’t know, but given this is Sony’s flagship model for 2022, I’d be expecting it to fulfil it’s potential on every front at the cost of £3999. Another app I felt let down with was AirPlay. I found that it was very hit and miss when connecting to this depending on what I was streaming to the TV. Live video streams from website would connect and disconnect or would say that the device could not be found on the TV yet it was listed on my phone as discoverable, but when music and photos were fine. Screen share was also hit and miss. When accessing the same kind of stream via the internet browser and playing in full screen mode Ambient Mode would kick in after a certain time and reset the stream. I went into the options to change the inactivity timer to longer it didn’t give me the option to. I had to disable the app entirely to enable the stream to be uninterrupted. This in turn puts the TV into sleep mode when you’re streaming music to it when Ambient Mode would’ve kicked in. Again, this is something that I’d imagine Sony to sort out with a software update as I can see from forums that quite a few people experienced the same problem as me. Sound is massively important to me. I have a 7.1.2 ch Dolby Atmos sound bar so I was really keen to see how the tv speakers performed. Usually when a TV is as thin as this one is it lacks in the sound department leaving it tinny and shallow, probably due to the fact that most people have supporting devices like myself - not here. I was taken aback at how rich it sounds. There’s depth and clarity and the object tracking sound works a dream. You have a number of options to cater your sound to your tastes with adding in voice clarity and 3D Surround Upscaling. There really is an embarrassment of riches. This TV really does have everything you want and a lot more, and with a few little software tweaks, which could be down to the developer and/or Sony, this can become an absolute master piece of technology. I look forward to many, many years of viewing. All the photos attached are taken directly from the TV with my phone.

Qualité audio

Bon(ne)/s

Performances

Bon(ne)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Excellent(e)/s

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Fantastic Picture Quality, Superb Audio.

189 cm (75”) 07/09/2022 par jumpsuit2 (Royaume-Uni)

The X95k television really is outstanding. It's a genuine entertainment Centre. Aesthetically the TV looks sleek with a titanium/silver bezel, wrapping the sides of the screen and maintaining a bezel-less look. It’s also worth noting the checkerboard pattern on the back panels. The TV also has multiple stand configurations and 2 remote controls. I use the premium remote, mainly for the way I can control attached devices, alter settings and picture / audio modes and watch streaming / VOD with it. It also lights up when moved (see photo) which is really useful when watching in a dark room and it even has a Finder function for locating it by voice if you lose it! I must say that at least 2 people are required to unpackage and install this TV due to its 57kg package carton weight and 44.1kg weight with fitted stand. I had 2 other people to help me fit the stand legs and then carefully lift the TV into position. It was great that there are 3 different stand configurations as you can see from my photos that I could not have used the TV cabinet it is on if the legs had not been attachable in the middle of the TV area. I've never seen anything like it before in terms of picture quality when streaming HD or 4k movies, playing HD files or gaming. I have a TV box attached too but mainly use the TV for the aforementioned purposes to get the most out its display capabilities. I have found Blooming is minimal (compared to my previous TV set) and the depth and crispness of the colours, shadows and highlights are amazing as is the audio output of the TV. I have never heard this high quality level of audio from a TV before without using a sound bar. The Acoustic Multi-Audio technology and Acoustic Auto Calibration work well, and really enhance your viewing experience. It has 60W total sound output, including two tweeters, two front-firing speakers and two subwoofers and is genuinely impressive whether watching a movie or a concert. The display and audio modes and settings are of course customisable and all serve their purposes well. You can use a light sensor mode to automatically adjust the brightness levels on your screen depending on the lighting in the room. This TV also includes an RGB light sensor that optimises colour and brightness of the picture to the light source and room environment. You also have power saving features available in the settings to alter the brightness and resolution of your screen if maximum display quality isn't essential. I had no trouble at all with setting up the TV. It was all self explanatory and was easy to connect my Google account to. logging in to the already installed Netflix and Amazon apps was no problem and many other apps including Disney and YouTube are also preinstalled. During setup, the TV uses the remote for sound tuning optimized to your space, or where you expect to regularly sit on the couch. Connecting Bluetooth devices such as headphones, my Xperia phone and an Android tablet was easy too. Sony's Bravia Core movie app looks great. There are some great family movies on there as well as an IMAX Enhanced Collection of movies. The only negative aspect of the app is that you get 5 free movie tokens with this TV but you currently can't purchase more. I hope that this will change in the future.

Qualité audio

Excellent(e)/s

Performances

Excellent(e)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Excellent(e)/s

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Sony Bravia XR75 So Good

189 cm (75”) 03/09/2022 par Tex52 (Royaume-Uni)

First I must say we had a family debate about upgrading from the Sony KD55 to the 75” but even though we don’t have the largest living room it already it fits perfectly. The build quality is what you’d expect from Sony and this price bracket, quality materials, good cable management with covers to hide cabling and adjustable stand which is ideal to fit a sound bar underneath the set.From power up the Acoustic Calibration takes your breath away as it pings around your room maximising the sound for the individual area. Set up is so simple and easy to follow step by step. The picture quality is by far the best I’ve ever seen with HDR giving awesome picture detail whether watching movies, sport or soaps.You can watch from a wide viewing angle and with no reflection issues as with previous TV’s I’ve had.Sound quality is crystal clear and adjustable for speech,sport etc.Adjusting the picture and sound is easy and can be done whilst watching tv and not having to switch in and out of cumbersome menus.One click buttons for Disney+,Netflix & Amazon Prime on the remote make selection quick and easy.Apple Airplay & Miracast make sharing from mobiles and tablets a breeze.

Qualité audio

Excellent(e)/s

Performances

Excellent(e)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Excellent(e)/s

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Mini LED TV: Smart design & superb picture quality

189 cm (75”) 02/09/2022 par Dr Dee (Royaume-Uni)

Sony's mini LED is a triumph. Having seen last year's X95J, this X95K moves the game up. First, the design. A 75 inch screen occupies a lot of space on the wall. A big screen with wires hanging off it was off putting in previous TV's. Sony has thought about the design, by creating interlacing panels so wires don't hang down. Every connection is tucked away behind the removable lattice panels. I wall mounted TV and for the first time none of the HDMI connection wires were visible- deliver clean, uncluttered without unsightly wires. Love it. Second , the picture quality is not sacrificed by switching to mini LED. The picture clarity, depth of colour. The TV has so many combinations of picture sound and input settings that everything was customisable. I would have preferred a bit more info in the start up guide as to which HDMI port was appropriate for my Sky Q box and my Blue Ray player. A bit of trial led me to work out that for Sky, the best HDMI socket was 3 and a 4k Blue Ray player could be plugged into either 1 or 4.Sound too is adjustable but by pairing with a sound bar worked best for me. At night I used the Bluetooth connection to pair up with headphones. The picture quality and depth of colour was great. For sport, TV and Movie viewing - individual settings worked. One of the major benefits is that the TV picture did not suffer as my living room is bright and picture quality did not suffer. Overall a great package, competitively priced.

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Cinematic sound & vision whatever the content

189 cm (75”) 31/08/2022 par davecres (Royaume-Uni)

This is an exceptional product and clearly has been manufactured to the highest standards.Unpacking and putting it together and connecting up took approx an hour and does require two people minimum to lift it. I like that you can have the feet at the ends or towards the centre to accommodate various stands. Ive got them towards the centre and the TV is very stable. The Sony TV came with two remote controls but not mentioned why in packaging but easy to work out after a while in that one is mainly sued for the Google TV side. There are some duplication of controls which make sense like settings, channels, audio etc. See picture showing both controls. As I don't have a Satellite dish I wasn't using this input but Digital TV via the Aerial scanned very quickly and setup the channels. However as I have a Cable TV box this was my preferred setting when you press the TV button on the remote as it's configurable. The 4K hires picture quality and upscaling from any of the inputs sources that you don't have as 4K is gorgeous and really comes into its own on wildlife and natures programmes. As it's a Google TV there are various Streaming android apps you can download and setup and these were as easy to configure as the TV itself. The Sony TV includes builtin airplay and Google Home so you can use this as a google hub. As it also has two built in Satellite inputs you don't need a separate box to plug in. The TV has the latest version standards for HDMI with 4 sockets. 3 at rear and one on the side. Aerial input for Free to air broadcast transmissions. All these sockets are neatly hidden behind panels that are flush with the TV. It can be wall mounted but Id advise buying the approved Sony Brackets and having it expertly fitted for safety and best experience. I do like the auto screen display change to Dolby Vision when the content is detected as such. The sound is superb from the inbuilt 6 speakers and does really follow the source on the picture of where the sound is located. A cinematic experience from whatever you're watching and crystal clear almost reflection free viewing wherever you re in the room. As part of the setup you can tailor the audio based on where you usually sit through the remote control which has a microphone and you can speak the commands instead for anything accessible on the TV All in all this Sony Bravia XR75X95K is visual and audio quality at its best and if you want to watch without disturbing others then you can pair and connect Bluetooth Headphones for private listening.

Qualité audio

Excellent(e)/s

Performances

Excellent(e)/s

Design

Excellent(e)/s

Facilité d'utilisation

Excellent(e)/s

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