4K HDR, - HDR10 & HLG for advanced detail and clarity
Upscale to a more natural picture with 4K X-Reality PRO7
Content appears with lifelike motion with Motionflow XR technology
Dimensions (Overall): 38 inches (H) x 7.38 inches (W) x 61.5 inches (D)
Weight: 65 pounds
Electronics Condition: New
Tuner Type: No Tuner
Aspect Ratio: 5:4 Aspect Ratio
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 Static Contrast Ratio
Video Resolution: 4K
Screen Size: 65 inches
App compatibility: Netflix
VESA Mounting Standard: 100x100
Product Depth with Stand: 65 inches
Product Height with Stand: 45 inches
Product Width with Stand: 12 inches
Backlight type: LED direct lit
Smart platform: Android TV
Number of HDMI ports: 3
Battery: Required, included
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 008-09-0263
Energy Guide Label Not Required:
ENERGYGUIDE LABEL NOT REQUIRED
Enjoy crisp, realistic details in your favorite entertainment with the X800G 4K HDR TV.1 Control your TV and smart home with your voice using Android TV and Google Assistant built in3,9. 4K X-Reality PRO technology and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer technologies refine details and display contrast with stunning accuracy, making shows and movies come alive.
This is an honest review of the Sony XBR65X800g. I have owned this TV for a few months now and it has been an overall positive experience. This model came out around May of 2019. Anyone complaining about issues prior to that is talking about the 2018 model which is designated by an E at the end not G. Different TV and panel.
My impressions are that this is a solid overall TV with excellent connectivity for the price. You get Chromecast and Apple cast. 4 hdmi ports of which 1 is for connecting to your external audio setup directly. Or if you prefer there's an Optical out as well. 2 hdmi ports support HDR content as well. Now for the picture quality. 4k is Very Good to excellent with the exception of deep blacks. This is true for all content because of the IPS panel. IPS panels suffer contrast which affects how black blacks can get. On the upside, IPS panels offer wide viewing angles which is good for larger room off angle viewing. Regular TV viewing is hit and miss depending on the source. Color accuracy is excellent as always with Sony Tvs Vivid without being over saturated. This panel also has good brightness for it's category. 1080p and 720p content look very good but not exceptional. Movies are good but again not blow you away fantastic. Dark scenes tend to wash out. Similar with all IPS panels. Also because there's no local dimming. Motion handling is very good but not exceptional due to it's true 60hz panel refresh rate. Sure it's upscaled with True motion to higher levels and Sony is probably the best at this but 60hz is 60hz. It's not 120hz. Sports look very good depending again on the source. Gaming is Good but the input lag is around 32ms. Just ok for FPS games. 15ms would have been much better. Build quality is excellent for the price point. Remote is solid and the Android operating system is decent especially with the updated Android 7 (oreo).
I gave this TV 5 stars for the price point category it sits in. Based on that it's a Solid performer with some premium features. However, if your expecting flagship performance with deep blacks, higher 120hz refresh rates and full array with local dimming VA panel, then your gonna need to open your wallet and step up to the 900 series or higher.
Bought the KBR43x800 to replace 10 year old Z series. Nice picture, but has black dot on screen. Was sent a replacement that also has a black dot on screen in a differet spot. Is it dirt or dead pixles? Most likely will be returning both of them.
Picture is good. We turned the picture mode to Cinema [softer] right away since we felt it was overly bright--it gave us both a headache in the standard mode. The disappointment came when we both noticed the strangeness of the sound. It sounds like the voices are being spoken into a tin can--there is a lack of depth and resonance. I played around with the equalizer, but did not really notice any difference. The sales person explained to me that sound quality is the #1 complaint on flat screen TVs. He also felt that even among the brands, even though they might sound a little different, it may not be "better". This is my first Sony that I wasn't completely satisfied with. I'm keeping it, but my complaint stands.