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Sony X95J Review

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Sony X95J Review

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5M (2021)

  • Cognitive Processor Xr – Enables Our Unique Display To Access A Wider Palette And Reproduce Each Color With The Subtle Differences Seen In The Real World.
  • Xr Sound Position – A Vibrating Frame Tweeter On This Bravia Xr 8K Tv Sound Matches Precisely With Whats On The Screen For A Truly Immersive Experience.
  • Xr 4K Upscaling- Enjoy All Your Hd Content In Close To 4K Resolution And Bring Back Lost Texture And Detail With Intelligent Tv Processing.
  • Austeres Pure Gold Contacts Oxygen Free Copper And Silver Plated Conductors Won’T Erode Over Time Which Ensures A Lifetime Of Peak Performance.
  • Austeres High Fidelity Arc Technology Delivers A High-Quality Streaming Audio Experience.

Picture Quality Comparisons

Sony’s local dimming baseline model is a marvel of image quality. It has excellent black levels and bright highlights, as well as great accuracy. It can’t get quite as bright as either the TCL or Hisense I used for this comparison, a difference that showed up in bright rooms and with bright HDR images in particular, but its contrast and black levels in mixed content were on par and in many areas it was more accurate than either one.

  • TCL 65R635
  • Hisense 65U8G

Dim lighting: The X90J was able to perform well in home theatre situations. I experienced this during the Dol Guldur section of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (Chapter 3). With brightness calibrated for a dim room, the Sony, TCL and Hisense all looked very similar in terms of black level in areas like the letterbox bars and shadows of Gandalf’s cage, for example. All TVs showed details in the near-black area, such as the stone steps and the ruined crags at the fortress. The Sony was slightly better than the TCL and Hisense but it was still clear enough that a side by side comparison is necessary.

Bright lighting: Last year’s X900H had similar brightness to the X90J. It didn’t outshine the competing TCL or Hisense models in my side-by-side comparison, however.

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Each one offers a picture-perfect sound.

As ever when buying a TV, sound’s just as important as picture quality if you want the ultimate movie watching experience, and here is where the BRAVIA range also excels.

Sony OLEDs feature cutting-edge “inscreen” speaker technology. This is a clever Acoustic Surface Audio+ custom technology exclusive to Sony that lets the TV use the screen panel as a speaker, providing robust audio that matches what you see onscreen. Where as Full Array LED models (X90J, X94J, X95J & Z9J) use Acoustic Multi Audio which cleverly places speakers all around the screen providing you with a truly immersive experience.

The Ports and Connectivity

While many LED LCD TVs from Sony use a common, single-group port layout, the X95J uses two. This includes a Remote IR input and an AV input. The adapter is required for an adapter that can be used to connect to a remote IR input.

The antenna/cable port is on the opposite group, looking down. It connects to an Ethernet network and a local optical output. There are also three additional HDMI ports, a USB, an RS232 jack, and three other HDMI ports.

Sony actually offers a USB 3.0 connection in all of its TVs. This is a departure from other large manufacturers. Usually manufacturers don’t seem very fond of using the newer USB ports and rely mostly on the archaic 2.0 version even for many of their top premium models so this is definitely a plus and good for Sony that decided to do the obvious.

Another thing worth mentioning is the fact that there are two HDMI 2.1 ports in addition to two older HDMI 2.0 ports. Even though LG and other manufacturers offer many more HDMI 2.0 ports, at least two is better than one. One of the ports has ARC/eARC functionality, so you will only have one HDMI 2.1 port if that is what you want. All TVs with two ports have Mediatek’s SoC. However, the HDMI 2.1 ports on the X95J offer full bandwidth of 48Gbps even though it isn’t necessary for current TVs.

Also keep in mind that while the new HDMI 2.1 ports bring with them all the new features like ALLM, VRR and HFR, VRR is not supported so far and it will arrive at some point in early 2022.

In terms of wireless capabilities things are pretty much the same across the board so the X95J comes with built-in WiFi (802.11ac) along with Bluetooth v4.2. No Bluetooth 5 this year it seems.

Nothing different to report here really. Although the X95J has a slightly different port layout, the functionality is the same as the X90J.

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Performance in Local Dimming

As we have mentioned above, both of the Sony X90J and X95J has Full Array Local Dimming. The X90J features 24 dimming areas for 50 inches, 55 inches, and 75 inch variants, respectively. 32 zones are available for 65-inch and 75-inch variants. On the other hand, the X95J has 118 dimming zones for the 85 inches variant, 84 dimming zones for the 75 inches variant, and 60 dimming zones for the 65 inches variant. Talking about their performance, local dimming of the X90J is great, but still a bit worse than the X95J. They both can reduce blooming quite well. There is still some blooming, even though subtitles are used, it’s not noticeable on the X95J. Additionally, dark scene displayed on the screen of the X95J also looks great with fine details preserved well and there is almost no black crush. The X90J screen, while not quite as sharp as the X95J’s, can still display dark scenes with fine details. There is no black crush. Their local dimming performance overall is excellent, however, the Sony X95J still performs better than the X90J.

Winner: X95J

Contrast Ratio

Sony X90J is more natively contrasty than the X96J. The X90J has a higher native contrast than the X96J. The result, native contrast ratio of the X95J is relatively low for VA TV, which is around 2300:1. It has a great local dimming function that significantly increases its contrast ratio, which can be increased to approximately 4600:1. Despite having a low native contrast ratio the X950J can still deliver black with its local dimming function. So, although it is set in a dark room, black of images displayed on the screen of the X955J still looks really black.

The X90J, on the other hand has a high native contrast ratio. Without local dimming enabled, it native contrast ratio is around 5600:1, high enough to make black looks really black in a dark room. It also has a local dimming function. Although not too significant, its local dimming is able to boost its contrast ratio to around 6250:1. It can even deliver deeper black than the X95J.

Winner: X90J

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Video Games

Although not as the best, both of the Sony X95J and X90J are also good TVS for gaming. They may don’t support any feature that can improve their gaming performance like VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) technology, ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), etc. They also have a lower input lag than their competition in Game Mode. Although their input lag in Game Mode is not as high as that of the competitor, it’s still low enough to ensure they are responsive and ready for all games. Their screen’s excellent handling of motion makes it easy to play fast games. Combination of strong contrast ratio and good peak brightness also allows you to play games in a room with any light condition. A bit advantage of the X95J is that it has better viewing angle than the X90J that certainly makes it is better when you use them for playing games together with your friend or family.

Winner: X95J

Chipset: Xr Processor

Think of the XR processor as the circuitry and firmware that help the Sony X95J render excellent pictures and sound. AI rides on the panel’s hardware to perform the following signal processing tasks:

  • Lower resolution video upscaling to 4K
  • The 75-inch and 85 inch screens have reflection handling
  • Enhance color and contrast for HDR or SDR content
  • Different audio formats can be rendered, even 3D formats such as Dolby Atmos.

Cognitive XR processor’s philosophy is based on the imitation of human processing visual and auditory data. The AI works out the focal points of a specific scene and focuses most of its signal processing efforts around these focal points. The AI uses this clever rendering to produce impressive audio and video results.

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The Key Features of Tv

  • 4x HDMI inputs
  • 2x USB ports
  • Composite AV input
  • Ethernet (LAN) port
  • Audio output optical digital
  • 1x headphone/subwoofer audio output
  • 1x RF (antenna) input
  • RS-232 port (minijack)

No input handles VRR (variable refresh rate) however, an extra most competitors offer. Sony says VRR will arrive with a future firmware update, but didn’t specify when. It said the same thing about the X900H from last year, and that TV still doesn’t support VRR. Sony’s PS5 console does not support VRR yet.

An antenna input on the X90J features an integrated ATSC 3.0 tuner that allows it to receive NextGen television broadcasts. These broadcasts are only currently available in a few markets, so it was not possible to test this feature. However, I am happy to report that X90J owners will no longer need to use an external tuner box once they become widely accessible. The X90J is the cheapest 2021 TV with a NextGen tuner.

Unlike many of Samsung’s and LG’s sets, the Sony actually has an analog video input, albeit composite-only, and I also appreciate having a headphone jack.

Brightness / Contrast

Now let’s look at the brightness measurement. By using the Custom Picture mode and with maximum brightness and Peak Luminance the unit gave us 1,020 nits of brightness in our 10% white window SDR brightness test over a dark background. This is a great example of how the 4K LED LCD Sony’s flagship model should shine.

On our 10% HDR test now the X95J was able to output 967 nits of peak brightness. We used again the Custom Picture mode, which enabled maximum brightness and peak luminous. Although this is not the best 4K LED LCD TV, it’s close enough to 1,000 nits.

Keep in mind that the TV can go a bit higher with these numbers by using the Vivid Picture mode in combination with a few other settings available but you are going to loose some picture accuracy so it’s a tradeoff really and depends on what you prefer the most. From these numbers it is clear that the X95J is obviously brighter than the X90J and this in part has to do with the more capable FALD system being utilized here.

As for contrast it seems that the X95J is not as good as the X90J. Although both TVs use VA panels it seems that due to the fact that the X95J uses an X-Wide Angle and X-Anti Reflection filter the resulting contrast is lower. Although contrast is closer to that of the X90J, the Local Dimming feature helps bring it down slightly.

A small point: The 65″ size doesn’t use the X-Anti Reflection Filter. This should theoretically mean that it has better contrast. We didn’t have the opportunity to try it in a 65″” format.

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Picture Quality & Features

The X95J incorporates industry-leading technology for a stunning 4K picture.

We love the XR cognitive processing screen technology. It really makes the image look more real and gives it a deeper meaning.

Who is it for? This TV is ideal for brighter areas because of its X-Anti reflection and XR contrast. The XR Motion feature makes the X95J a great TV for those who enjoy watching sports and fast-paced movies. It won’t blurred or buffer! The X-Wide angle is ideal for those with off-axis sitting positions. It ensures that the image doesn’t get blurred or distorted by the incorrect position.

Great for bright rooms

Ideal for action and sports movie lovers

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LG might still have an edge against Sony at this price point with its LG C1 OLED, but if you’re after an ultra-bright TV that can sit in the middle of a well-lit living room, the Sony X95J is one of the best we’ve seen.

  • Part of Sony’s 2021 TV collection
  • Pricing starts at $1,799 / PS1,799 / AU$3,295
  • Competing with the LG C1 OLED and Samsung Q90A QLED

The key difference between the models is that the X95J uses a mini-LED backlighting system that should allow for better control over contrast. This is something that we experienced some issues with when using the Sony X95J’s backlighting system. It will be interesting to see how the screen turns out when powered by the mini-LEDs.

That said, while the Sony X95J will soon have its successor on store shelves, it’s not going away the second the X95K hits the market and should be available for at least another year or two.

  • Sony XR-65X95J: $1,799 / PS1,799 / AU$3,295
  • Sony XR-75X95J: $2,299 / PS1,999 / AU$4,495
  • Sony XR-85X95J: $3,799 / PS3,499 / AU$5,795

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Excellent Performance but Not the Best

The Sony X95J is a 4K TV with a 120Hz refresh rate. It supports high dynamic range (HDR) content in HDR10, Dolby Vision, and hybrid log gamma (HLG). You must manually change the HDMI signal format from Enhanced Format to DolbyVision to activate DolbyVision. This allows you to use other HDR modes, but does not enable Dolby vision.

Tests of TVs were done using the Klein K-80 colorimeter (Opens In A New Window), Murideo SIX-G signal generation(Opens In A New Window), and Portrait Displays Calman software (Opens In A New Window). We used a calibration method based on Imaging Science Foundation’s (Opens IN a NEW WINDOW window) techniques.

The average black level, taken from black portions of the screen while a separate part of the screen is fully lit up, is 0.039cd/m^2 with some caveats. The screen showed a lot of light bloom, with the black areas being further from the sun achieving 0.01cd/m2 while the areas near the light at 0.08cd/m2. Using an estimated average, the X95J’s effective contrast ratio is 23,870:1. It is quite good but significantly lower than contrast ratios for the Hisense U9DG (198,206:1) and U8G (88,168:1) as well as Samsung QN90A (367.593:1). These models have significantly higher black levels and are brighter.

The above charts show the X95J’s color measurements in Cinema mode with an SDR signal compared against Rec.709 broadcast standard color levels and with an HDR signal compared against DCI-P3 digital cinema standards. Both signals work flawlessly with whites, while colors remain balanced with HDR, with cyan drifting slightly toward the left in HDR. The TV doesn’t quite hit the ranges it should, though, with reds and greens slightly oversaturated in SDR and all colors falling short of DCI-P3 in HDR. Hisense U9DG, LG C1, Samsung QN90A, and U8G all have the same coverage or close to it as the Sony A90J.

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BBC’s Planet Earth II colors look natural and balanced, however the television’s limited color palette means that the greens of some plants may not be as vibrant as they should. That said, you can clearly see fine details like fur and bark both in bright light and shade, as well as pleasant variations in the blues of the water and the sky.

Although the X95J reds are not as saturated as DCI-P3, Deadpool’s costume looks great even in overcast lighting. The flames in the burning lab fight are bright with many different hues of yellows and oranges. You can easily discern shadow details in dark parts of the frame.

The X95J’s high contrast performance is evident in the stark blacks, whites, and party scenes of The Great Gatsby. The contrast between white shirts and black jackets is evident, as well as balloons and jackets. This effect was not as evident when we watched films, despite the slight lightening that we observed in lab testing. The contrast elements made skin tones appear warm and natural.

Motion Performance

Based on our motion performance testing, the X95J performed very well compared to the X90J. The two TVs behaved very similarly here, indicating that the processing in both models was similar. The panel is either 100Hz or 120Hz depending on where you live. Sony’s latest processor also includes XR motion clarity, which smoothens out movement.

You have the option to use either the standard motion interpolation system or use the Black Frame Insertion (BFI) interpolation that is adding black frames in between individual frames and can potentially smooth out motion. BFI can be enabled by turning Clearness to max if you use the Custom setting in the MotionFlow menu.

BFI, as usual, was able to improve overall motion but the TV showcased exactly the same image duplication issue we had seen in the X90J and X80J. But the problem was less obvious as we had seen in the X90J. Keep in mind, however that BFI can also have a negative impact on brightness because of the black frames.

Last but not least, Sony claims that the X95J will support VRR. However, this update is coming in the future and it is currently unavailable. Sony has already started rolling out firmware updates that will bring VRR to some of their 2020 releases and from the announced schedule the X95J should also get VRR at some point in early 2022.

We can conclude this review by saying that the X95J wasn’t all that much different than the X90J. Similar features and similar behavior overall indicated that what was happening behind the scenes is not all that different between the two models. The X95J’s motion performance was good but to be honest we were expecting a bit more from Sony’s flagship. And the missing VRR will really haunt Sony until they manage to add it to all the models they have promised it for.

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The X95J is simple in design, yet very appealing. The display’s front is presented in a simple but elegant design. You can focus on the images by doing this. This is possible thanks to the ultra-thin bezel (or edges) surrounding the LCD TV screen. The X95J is semi-gloss with local dimming. The X95J has LED backlighting and local dimming.

The TV’s rear panel is textured and adds to its aesthetic appeal. Most TV owners will overlook this feature due to their typical home setup where they have the back against a solid wall. Plastic covers are another nice feature that conceal the connections and input points of the feet.

Talking of feet, the 85”’ and 75″ models have three mounting options. There are three mounting options: a narrow position, wide position and soundbar position. The position above the TV allows for a soundbar placement. The display panel will be supported best by the “soundbar position” and its “wide location”. These panels have very little wobble.

Overall, the X95J has a very high build quality and exudes a luxury quality one would expect from a flagship model.

Highlights

Cognitive ProcessorXR is a powerful, real-time processor that uses a human perspective to produce true-to life picture images. The Cognitive Processor XR also includes XR Contrast Booster 10 to balance light output across all screens for better contrast. The object-based XR Super Resolution identifies and enhances the resolution of hundreds of objects to provide outstanding detail and accuracy. Object-based, HDR-remaster (color and contrast enhancement) for Standard Dynamic Range content. Meanwhile, intelligent XR 4K Scaling intelligently reconstructs details and textures in low-resolution content.

Price / Quality

  • Amazing HDR and SDR brightness
  • Input lag low
  • Comes with HDMI 2.1
  • Many streaming features
  • Color reproduction is not very high quality
  • Average motion performance
  • VRR is still a promised feature
  • The X90J is not much different.

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Key Feature: Sony Xr75X95J

  • Cognitive Intelligence
  • Cognitive Processor XR
  • XR TRILUMINOS PRO
  • XR Contrast Booster 10
  • X-Wide Angle/X-Anti Reflection
  • XR Motion Clarity Technology
  • HDR10 and HLG
  • Dolby Vision Compatibility
  • Dolby Atmos
  • DTS Digital Surround
  • Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast Built-in
  • Compatible with Siri and the Google Assistant

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Sony X95J: Display Hardware

The Sony X95J VA panel has a native refresh rate 120 frames per second. The XR cognitive processor corrects what the VA panel lacks in wide viewing angles with adjustments for color, contrast, and brightness. The panel also has direct backlighting and local dimming, which power contrast, deep blacks, and detail.

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There are many beautiful colours in the natural palette

See colours that are natural and beautiful to the human eye. The Cognitive Processor XR enables our unique display to access a wider palette and reproduce each colour with the subtle differences seen in the real world. With extended hue and saturation, vivid shades and realistic texture can be seen in the flowers. Even pale colours look realistic.

Audio Features

  • Sound Positioning: With advanced sound processing that mimics the human ear by pinpointing where sound is coming from and placing it in the right spot on screen, Bravia XR TVs put you at the heart of the scene.
  • Virtual Surround: Delivering sound in horizontal and vertical directions, Bravia XR TVs provide a real multi-dimensional experience. They analyze and upconvert audio to 5.1.2ch surround sound, creating a true 3D soundscape

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Sound From The Screen, Perfectly Matching Action

For an audio experience that matches how we sense the world, XR Sound Position brings you the reality of sound behind the picture. With sound positioning tweeters on this ‘X95Ja BRAVIA XR Full Array LED TV, sound matches precisely with whatas on the screen for a truly immersive experience.

Make any sound a truly immersive experience

Our Cognitive Processor XR transforms any source of sound into an immersive audio experience with its advanced speaker technology. No matter what you’re watching, hear sound clearly and more accurately. You will enjoy your entertainment in a new way when sound and image are in perfect harmony.

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Connectivity & Ports

Intelligent Motion Processing For Fast-Moving, Blur-Free Scenes

You can now enjoy fast-moving movies and sports in a new way. Cross-analyzing data with XR Motion Clarity, our Cognitive Processor XR and XR Motion Clarity ensures that action remains smooth, bright, and clear.

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Convenience features

Ambient Mode: Sony’s Ambient mode turns the Bravia XR TV into an essential part of your living space with on-screen artwork, personal photos, screensaver themes, and clock functions.

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Sony X95J 85 Inch Tv: Bravia Xr Full Array Led 4K Ultra Hd Smart Google Tv With Dolby Vision Hdr And Alexa Compatibility Xr85X95J- 2021 Model , Black

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Sony X95J 85 Inch TV: BRAVIA XR Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV with Dolby Vision HDR and Alexa Compatibility XR85X95J- 2021 Model , Black

The Sony X95J 85 Inch TV is a BRAVIA XR Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV with revolutionary cognitive processing that delivers intense contrast and natural colors.
The FULL ARRAY LED & XR CONTRAST BOOSTER 10 ensures precise backlighting for deep blacks and high peak brightness, while the GOOGLE TV feature provides seamless browsing of 700,000+ movies and TV episodes from across your favorite streaming platforms.
This revolutionary processing technology understands how humans see and hear to deliver intense contrast with pure blacks, high peak brightness, and natural colors.
The FULL ARRAY LED & XR CONTRAST BOOSTER 10 creates precise controlled backlighting for deep blacks and high peak

POSITIVES
  • Cognitive Processor Xr – Revolutionary Tv Processing Technology That Understands How Humans See And Hear To Deliver Intense Contrast With Pure Blacks High Peak Brightness And Natural Colors.
  • Xr Triluminos Pro – Rediscover Everything You Watch With Billions Of Accurate Colors And See Impressive Picture Quality That Is Natural And Beautiful To The Human Eye.
  • Full Array Led & Xr Contrast Booster 10 – Precisely Controlled Backlighting Brings Out Real-Life Depth And Detail With Deep Blacks And High Peak Brightness.
  • Google Tv – Seamlessly Browse 700000+ Movies And Tv Episodes From Across Your Favorite Streaming Services All In One Place. Watch Content From Netflix Amazon Prime Video Disney+ Youtube The Apple Tv App And Many More.
  • Bravia Core – Bring The Cinematic Experience Home. Enjoy Streaming High-Quality Movies Included With Bravia Core Exclusively On Select Sony Tvs.
  • X-Wide Angle & X-Anti Reflection – Every Seat In The Room Is Now The Best Seat In The Room With Enhanced Viewing Angles That Preserves Color When Watching From The Side And An Anti-Reflective Screen That Reduces Glare In Bright Rooms.
  • Perfect For Playstation 5 – Get The Most Out Of Your Gaming With Bravia Xr Tvs Featuring Exclusive Features For The Ps5 Console Along With 4K/120Fps As Specified In Hdmi 2.1 And Input Lag As Low As 8.5Ms.
  • Works With Alexa – Through An Alexa Enabled Device Ask Alexa To Change Channels Adjust Volume And Turn Your Tv On/Off.
  • Google Assistant – Use Your Voice To Easily Find Your Favorite Movies Shows And Music. Get Answers On Screen Control Smart Home Devices And More.
  • Acoustic Multi-Audio – In Addition To Traditional Tv Speakers Two Slim Subwoofers And Two Sound Positioning Tweeters On The Sides Of The Tv Elevate The Soundstage Enabling Sound To Follow The Action For A Truly Immersive Experience.
NEGATIVES

Introducing the Sony X95J 85 Inch TV: BRAVIA XR Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV with COGNITIVE PROCESSOR XR.
This revolutionary TV processing technology understands how humans see and hear to deliver intense contrast with pure blacks, high peak brightness, and natural colors.
With REDISCOVER ACTIVITY VIEW, you’ll be able to browse 700,000+ movies and TV episodes from across your favorite streaming services in a completely new way.
And with the FULL ARRAY LED & XR CONTRAST BOOSTER 10, you’ll get precise backlighting that brings out real-life depth and detail with deep blacks and high peak brightness.
Introducing the Sony X95J 85-inch TV.
This BRAVIA model features revolutionary COGNITIVE PROCESSOR XR, which ensures intense contrast with pure blacks, high peak brightness, and natural colors.
FULL ARRAY LED & XR CONTRAST BOOSTER 10 provide precise backlighting for amazing depth and detail, while the GOOGLE TV platform lets you seamlessly browse 700,000+ movies and TV episodes from across your favorite streaming services.

Sony Xr65X95J Bravia Xr X95J 65 4K Hdr Full Array Led Smart Tv With A Austere V Series 4K Hdmi Cable 2.5M (2021)

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SONY XR65X95J Bravia XR X95J 65 4K HDR Full Array LED Smart TV with a Austere V Series 4K HDMI Cable 2.5m (2021)

The Sony Bravia XR 8K TV is a stunning 4K HDR TV with the world’s first 8K Processor X1 Extreme.
The Sony BRAVIA XR 65X95J also features a vibrating frame tweeter for immersive sound that perfectly complements the display for an experience unlike any other.
Product Features/Benefits: XR Sound Position – A vibrating frame tweeter on this BRAVIA XR 8K TV, sound matches precisely with what’s on the screen for a truly immersive experience.
XR 4K UPSCALING – Enjoy all your HD content in close to 4K resolution and bring back lost texture and detail with intelligent TV processing.
XR Processor XR – Enables our unique display to access a wider palette and reproduce each color with the subtle differences seen in the real world.

POSITIVES
  • Cognitive Processor Xr – Enables Our Unique Display To Access A Wider Palette And Reproduce Each Color With The Subtle Differences Seen In The Real World.
  • Xr Sound Position – A Vibrating Frame Tweeter On This Bravia Xr 8K Tv Sound Matches Precisely With Whats On The Screen For A Truly Immersive Experience.
  • Xr 4K Upscaling- Enjoy All Your Hd Content In Close To 4K Resolution And Bring Back Lost Texture And Detail With Intelligent Tv Processing.
  • Austeres Pure Gold Contacts Oxygen Free Copper And Silver Plated Conductors Won’T Erode Over Time Which Ensures A Lifetime Of Peak Performance.
  • Austeres High Fidelity Arc Technology Delivers A High-Quality Streaming Audio Experience.
NEGATIVES

Experience 4K HDR with the Sony XR65X95J Bravia XR X95J 65″ LED Smart TV.
Plus, it comes with Austere’s Pure Gold Contacts, Oxygen Free Copper and Silver Plated Conductors to ensure peak performance over time.
Introducing the SONY XR65X95J Bravia XR X95J 65 4K HDR Full Array LED Smart TV with a Austere V.
This amazing product has a Cognitive Processor XR which enables its unique display to access a wider palette and reproduce each color with the subtle differences seen in the real world.
The included Aus Pure Gold Contacts, Oxygen Free Copper and Silver Plated Conductors won’t erode over time, ensuring a lifetime of peak performance.
Additionally, the included XR Sound Position technology creates a vibrating frame tweeter that will match sound precisely with what’s on the screen for an immersive experience you won’t forget!

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Sony X95J Review: Price Matches Performance

Our quick Sony X95J reviews focus on key features and specifications of the flagship series LED TVs. The Sony X95J has the most impressive product lines of this year, barring OLEDs from its manufacturer.

Sony X95J has a bold design that will grab attention as soon as you touch it. We will also be looking at the performance of this panel. We will still start from the beginning, by looking at how the TV looks and feels.

Sony X95J review: Design and Build One of the design decisions made by the manufacturer for the X95J is the size of its screens. The X95J series TVs are available only in large sizes. Add to this a huge expanse screen and a narrow side profile measuring only 2.6inches thick. This futuristic panel looks like it can be folded.

Due to their thinness, the bezels of seamless titanium frame the screen while blurring into the background. This combination chassis is made up of the bezels and the back panel. There are three pre-set spacing options for the X95J’s adjustable metallic legs. It allows you to have some flexibility in the design of your entertainment stand. The size of your TV might force you to choose a wall mount. This leads us to the backpanel, which is the core design element of this product.

The Sony team chooses a grid pattern to add texture to the X95J back-panel, with a smooth section right at the center. The smooth area is the location of a 300x300mm VESA wall mount pattern. You will find the inputs in the two insets in the lower-left corner. Although the ports on the sides are easily accessible, you might find it difficult to access the down-facing ones.

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Please respect that i do not intend to carry out any laboratory research about these TV’s. This was to check if the models that I had read about were appealing to my tastes. On paper, I don’t see much difference between the X95J and the X90J. It was something I would like to see. This I did. It wasn’t enough to make up for the premium price difference.

You don’t even have to bring them back home. I trust all I’ve read and believe that the X90J has a better performance than the X80J.

I was eager to see both the X90J & X95J. It’s not like they were lowering the specifications for the X95J. The X90J looks great next to it or, in my case, underneath it. If my apartment will make them look better, then those must be really good TV’s. There was nothing that I could see to justify the X95J being worth the additional money. The analysis I did, however, proved useful. As I said, I intend to come back with my own material.

It doesn’t matter if someone is wealthy or willing to invest their money for an extra benefit. If they are looking for a Sony LED then the process is over.

The A90J, A80J reviews match up to what I saw.

Some people are like me. People care about how the television’s look to them.

If you’re lucky enough to have both TVs in your home, I suppose you might be able do some lab testing. It will be a pleasure to see the results. We will then know, I suppose, if I was right.

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Sony X95J 4K Hdr Tv Review

The X95J’s design and features are simple, but very attractive. The display’s front is presented in a simple but elegant design. This allows you to concentrate on the images. Thanks to ultra-thin edges (or bezel), surrounding the TV’s LCD screen, this is possible. The X95J is semi-gloss with local dimming. It has full-array, LED backlighting with local dimming.

The TV’s rear panel is textured and adds to its aesthetic appeal. Most TV owners will overlook this feature due to their typical home setup where they have the back against a solid wall. Plastic covers are another nice feature that conceal the connections and input points of the feet.

Speaking of feet: The 85″ and 75″ models offer three possible mounting locations. There are three mounting options: a narrow position, wide position and soundbar position. This position allows a soundbar to be placed directly in front of the TV. The display panel will be supported best by the “soundbar position” and its “wide location”. They have minimal wobble.

The overall build quality of the X95J is very good and exudes a premium quality which one would expect for a flagship design.

Feature Highlights

Cognitive Processor XR uses powerful real-time processing based on a human perspective for true-to-life picture images. The Cognitive Processor XR also includes XR Contrast Booster 10 to balance light output across all screens for better contrast. The object-based XR super resolution identifies hundreds of objects on the screen and increases their resolution separately for outstanding picture detail and accuracy. Object-based, HDR-remaster (color and contrast enhancement) for Standard Dynamic Range content. Meanwhile, intelligent XR 4K Scaling intelligently reconstructs details and textures in low-resolution content.

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Different sizes and variations

We tried the Sony X95J Bravia XR 75″ TV (XB75X95J), but it is also available in a smaller size, at 65 inches and 85 inches. While most of the results are valid for all sizes, there are slight differences between the 65-inch and 65 inch models.

US Model Reflective Layer Stand Positions

65″, XR65X95J – Standard & Soundbar

75″ XR-75X95J X-Anti Reflection layer Standard, Narrow, & Soundbar

85″ XR-85X95J X-Anti Reflection layer Standard, Narrow, & Soundbar

If you come across a different type of panel or your Sony X95J doesn’t correspond to our review, let us know, and we’ll update the review. Note that some tests, like the gray uniformity, may vary between individual units.

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Cons

Very poor color reproduction

Average speed of motion

VRR still promises

Not so much different from the X90J

Cheapest Shops for Buying :

Sony TVs in 2021 will receive a lot of attention. Their flagship OLED TV, the A90J has received the majority of the media attention. However, this was not surprising as the A90J was Sony’s first OLED TV. With a heatsink, it allows the panel to produce a brighter display than other OLED panels. Sony also has a stellar lineup of LED LCDs. Today’s Sony X95J Review will focus on their best 4K LCD offerings for the year.

, that we had reviewed recently, look awfully similar making it hard to distinguish which one is the best for your specific needs. Apart from the fact that it is not 55″ in height, the specs sheet for the X95J and the X90J are identical. Sony’s error. We will soon be able to identify the differences between them, so don’t worry.

Sony’s Award-Winning X95J Television Review & Comparation – Are You Ready?

Sony Bravia XR X95J will be our top-of-the-line FullArray LED. We’ll try to explain the full array in plain English so you understand the meaning and make an informed decision about whether or not it will work for you. You might prefer Youtube, so we have created this video review which allows you to experience the X95J’s capabilities in action.

ARTICLE BREAKDOWN…

X95J Designs X95J Quality & Features HTML95J Sound Comparisons HTML95J Features

Sony X95J – What do these features signify?

Display type BRAVIA XR full-ArrayLED The stunning 4K photos are combined with XR contrast boost. It allows for brighter brights or darker darks to make the image more vivid. The X-Wide Angle feature allows the viewer to see the picture at any angle. It is ideal for small rooms and corner televisions. A more compelling image is created by displaying the image as it would be perceived by the human eyes.

Picture Processor Cognitive Processor XR The Cognitive XR Processor understands how the human brain hears and perceives images, this results in a more true-to-life image.

Sound Technology Acoustic Multi-Audio This technology uses two sound positioning tweeters, two front-facing speakers and an integrated subwoofer that simulates sound from the centre of the screen, meaning the sound to follow the action.

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Sony X90J vs. X91J vs. X95J Reviews: Which Is Best?

All major 2021 SONY television models have been revealed, with the X90J (X91J), and X95J attracting most attention. Let’s look at the compatable review.

.Sony X95J Review

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