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Sony X9000H 75" 4K FALD Android 2020 $2995 @ JB Hi-Fi

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Last year model for good price.
Same price @ Sony australia with Free Shipping https://store.sony.com.au/television-4K-X9000/KD75X9000H.htm...
Bing Lee, The good guys, Harvey Norman & possibly others. https://www.harveynorman.com.au/sony-75-inch-x90h-full-array...
https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/sony-75-inches-x9000h-4k-uhd-...

Confirmed - $2860 if you price match @Sony (free delivery) with VideoPro https://www.videopro.com.au/p-13814-sony-75-kd75x9000h-4k-ul...

Bundle Offer!
Purchase a Sony X9000H series TV and get 50% off a Sony HT-X85000 Soundbar!*
*Both items must be purchased in the same cart transaction to receive bundle offer, excludes delivery fees. Offer valid until May 31 2021

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    75q8 is only 2300ish

  • +1 vote

    Got the 65" model of this TV recently and can highly recommend, great picture quality and black levels.

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      Hello, can you please advise your experience re HDMI 2.1 capabilities, and VRR / ALLM / 4K @ 120hz?
      Thanks,

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        Haven't needed to use any of that functionality yet, sorry.

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        If it’s asked for PS5 and Xbox Sx compatibility…I remember this is one of the recommended TV for them. But please recheck again.

      • +1 vote

        I had this TV a few months ago, VRR and ALLM had yet to be implemented and all resolutions at 120hz were blurry using a RTX3080. Returned the TV after Sony removed the VRR feature from their website with no explanation and no clear indication on whether they'd be able to fix the blur issue. If HDMI2.1 is important to you, might be better to look elsewhere.

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          Thanks - that helps heaps. LG Nano it is then.

  • +3 votes

    I had a chat with HN about this model, they are def able to do it cheaper in store, about $200/300 cheaper without even trying.

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      That would be good. Let us know how you go.

  • +2 votes

    Videopro has the same model listed for $2860 - Sony price matched online (with free delivery) no probs.

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      Thanks, will add it to the post.

  • +1 vote

    Not a great price tbh. I got the X9500H for $3195 a couple of months back (Good Guys flash sale).

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    X9000H supports HDMI 2.1
    X9500H does not support HDMI 2.1 but has slightly better picture quality.

    Basically get the x9000h if you plan on using it with PS5/XSX

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      X9500H is considerably more expensive, and it's really debatable if the increased quality offsets the price difference.

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      Can anyone confirm that the HDMI 2.1 update for this TV happened yet?

      I can only find conflicting advice online; some say the update has come out and others say that the update either hasn't come out or it doesn't work properly.

      • +2 votes

        I have the 65" and you can only get eARC and [email protected] no ALLM or VRR at the moment.

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          Is there any clear indication from Sony yet when VRR or ALLM will be implemented? We got fed up with waiting for the 'future update' and returned the tv.

      • +1 vote

        I had this TV a few months ago before returning it, and all resolutions at 120hz were blurry using a RTX3080 (including 1080p). It was like the TV was upscaling the image, it wasn't true 4k at 120hz. Looks like there's still no VRR or ALLM too.

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    Is that bundle offer available with all retailers? eg. HN?

    edit: HN says no.