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Sony X830C 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart LED TV Series – XBR43X830C, XBR49X830C Versions

We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 75/100. The average review date is May 22, 2015. We have compared these reviews to 1567858 reviews from other TVs. The alaScore™ for this product is 89/100 = Very good. Last update: Dec 11, 2018.

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Expert review by (rtings.com)

Sony X830C TV

 

The Sony X830C doesn't have good picture quality. It reflects too much light in a bright room, and with the lights turned off, the blacks are gray. At least it maintains good color accuracy when viewed at an angle. The main advantage of the Sony X830C...

Great color accuracy at an angle.

Reflects a lot of light ; Really poor contrast ratio

May, 2015

Expert review by : Stephen (4k.com)

A Review of the Sony X830C 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart LED TV Series – XBR43X830C, XBR49X830C Versions

 

As one of Sony's most affordable 2015 4K UHD TVs , the Sony X830C was first introduced at CES 2015 in January and offers a combination of very good overall home entertainment quality while doing so at a very affordable low price for a 4K TV....

Excellent refresh rate ; Android TV ; Great price ; Full connectivity package ; Wonderful access to 4K content

No Triluminous Display ; Relatively low contrast ratio ; The screen is pretty small ; Could have included Full-array LED backlighting

The X830 is not at all a bad 4K TV for its price and it features plenty of typical Sony quality. However, If you want a starter 4K TV that won’t break your budget too much, you’re probably better off going for Sony’s more expensive but superior...

May, 2015