There is so much one can find to say about Sony’s XBR65HX929 65-inch high-definition television that it is tough to know where to start. One could start at the very fine 2D/3D rendition delivered by the 240 Hz resolution active screen/shutter technology and infinite contrast adjustment so that videos retain their brightness, clarity and deep shades of black.
Or, one could focus on the fact that the XBR65HX929 is the top of Sony’s Bravia line and that any Bravia-compatible device that is connected to the XBR65HX929 is not only automatically updated with the latest and greatest software changes , if there have been any, but any video shown by the Bravia-compatible devices has fine quality.
Perhaps, though, one should start at the beginning so that you will know from the start that when you purchase the Sony and a compatible blu-ray disc player or PlayStation III, you will have access to the Internet because it is WiFi-compatible (802.11 b/g/n), as well as DLNA-compatible so that any DLNA device can access this system as well. This means that you not only have access to the many Sony apps available through the Sony network, but that you can also download Internet content through your home network’s router.
The XBR65HX929 is driven by Sony’s X-Reality Pro engine so that every pixel of entertainment that comes through to the screen is analyzed for best performance. Incidentally, the MotionFlow XR960 control system helps to eliminate any blur which may have been caused by jump cuts of quick camera movement so that the video you see comes out clearly.
The XBR65HX929 works at 240 Hz resolution in native high-definition video mode, and when used with a blu-ray player or PlayStation III, in conjunction with the system’s 3D active shutter glasses, means that any video you see is clear and crisp, whether it’s an action movie or a documentary. A lot of this, of course, is due to the video engine, as well as Sony’s instant dimming video feature that turns the brightness down when the extra brightness will harm a scene.
As you can see there’s plenty to talk about the Sony XBR65HX929. That it is one of the market leaders with the Samsung is quite understandable. After all, you get immersive 3D technology, a low-reflection Gorilla Glass, lightweight glass lens and built-in connection to the Internet. It even shows your low-light family videos or stills. All in all, it is a very fine system.