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Sony KD-55X9005A

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design. The image quality is also mentioned favorably. There are some mixed reviews about the value for money. There are some critical reviews about the black level and remote control.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sony KD-55X9005A is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Sony KD-55X9005A review

 

Awesome 4K and great Blu-ray upscaling, but it's audio and 3D that make this 4K TV shine

Pin-sharp 4K pictures ; Great Blu-ray upscaling ; Clearer passive 3D ; Excellent built-in audio

Wide footprint ; Some motion blur ; Average remote ; SD upscaling struggles

With only slightly less wow factor than its big sibling, the far pricier KD-65X9005A, the KD-55X9005A is currently the best value Ultra HD telly around.

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Sony KD-55X9005A review: The first truly affordable 4K television

 

It's a shame that Sony opted to stick to tradition with the naming of its latest 4K set. It's such a special thing that giving it as generic a name as KD-55X9005A is actually fairly irritating.

You need to look at Sony's X9 in a certain way to really appreciate how good it is. This is a TV right at the cutting edge of what you can get at home right now, but with that comes its own problems.

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