Information on Sony TV 65-inches Android 4K LED - (KD-65X9500H):
|TV Display Type||LED|
|TV Display Size||65 inch|
|HD Technology||4K HDR|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160 Pixels|
|Motion Rate||50/60 Hz|
|Wi-Fi Type||Built In Wi-Fi|
|USB 2.0 ports||Yes|
|2D To 3D Conversion||No|
Why to buy Sony TV 65-inches Android 4K LED - (KD-65X9500H) :
Discover deeper blacks and more brightness from any angle
The same powerful processor used in our 8K TVs analyses data to boost colour, contrast and clarity. You'll uncover more detail in shadow on a Full Array LED TV screen for realistic pictures from any angle with less blur.
Enjoy the precision of true-to-life contrast
Discover how real pictures can be when you bring out the fine details. With zones of LEDs lit independently, Full Array LED provides more realistic contrast by making light areas lighter and dark areas darker. Contrast is further enhanced by X-tended Dynamic Range PRO, which adjusts brightness for higher peaks in glare and deeper blacks in shadow.
Making color and contrast more real
With Object-based HDR remaster, the color in individual objects on screen is analyzed and the contrast adjusted, unlike most TVs where contrast is only adjusted along one black-to-white contrast curve. Because objects are remastered individually, this TV can reproduce greater depth, textures, and more realistic pictures.
Supreme resolution, whatever you’re watching
Any kind of content can be upconverted to lifelike 4K resolution with Sony’s unique features. Our X1™ Ultimate, twice as fast as the X1™ Extreme, precisely analyses and processes data to enrich 4K pictures with real world detail and texture. Even images filmed in 2K and Full HD are upscaled close to 4K by 4K X-Reality™ PRO using a unique 4K database. Resolution of each subject is then optimised by Object-based Super Resolution to reproduce virtually real world textures.
Reproduces a wider, more precise range of colours
By widening the colour spectrum, TRILUMINOS powered by our X1 processors reproduces more colours than a conventional television. It analyses and processes data in every image to make colours even more natural and precise so pictures are closer than ever to real life.