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    Re: 4K all the way

    Quote Originally Posted by Mordante View Post
    I was looking at 4K TVs but most of them are HUGE. I was disappointed that oled only comes in 55" or bigger. My Current TV is a 42" 1080p Panasonic Plasma TV. I was hoping I for maybe a 40" to 45" oled. But alas it is not to be so.

    Not sure what to do now. Maybe I should wait a few more years.
    Mordante.......Take a look at Sony's XBR49X900E. I recently put this 4K model on the wall in my bedroom, replacing a 42" Sony 1080P television. It is excellent. Black levels are super dark thanks to the full array LED back lighting. The Sony 900E series will not disappoint you.
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    Re: 4K all the way

    49X900E is very likely the best TV one can buy for $800. Its successor 49X900F is even better, but costs $1100.

 

 
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