Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Sony X800H vs X800G vs X850G Review (XBR85X800H vs XBR85X850G; XBR75X800H vs XBR75X800G vs XBR75X850G; XBR65X800H vs XBR65X800G vs XBR65X850G)

Within each of the Sony X800H, X800G, and X850G series there are two different backlight variants, albeit neither has the LEDs evenly spaced across the back of the TV.

Monday, March 9, 2020

Sony X950H vs X950G Review (XBR85X950H vs XBR85X950G; XBR75X950H vs XBR75X950G; XBR65X950H vs XBR65X950G; XBR55X950H vs XBR55X950G)

Sony X950H vs X950G
Sony X950H (55"; 65"; 75") TV design vs X950G Photos: sony.com
The main Sony X950H vs X950G difference is arguably the expansion of the X-Wide viewing angle technology to more models in this year's Sony X950H series in comparison to the last year's X950G.

Thursday, November 1, 2018


Samsung Q9FN QLED vs OLED (LG C8; Sony A8F) Comparison:
  • The main strengths of the Samsung Q9FN QLED TV are the brightness output, color saturation in highlights, local dimming algorithm, anti-reflective filter, various gaming features (including low input lag), One Connect Box and no risk of image retention.
  • The strong points that the LG C8 and Sony A8F OLED TVs have in common are the black level, color saturation in shadows, Dolby Vision support, viewing angles, pixel response time.
  • The Sony A8F has a slight advantage over both the LG C8 and Samsung Q9FN when it comes to image processing (including motion interpolation) and sound (due to the Acoustic Surface technology).
  • The LG C8 has a lead in terms of auto calibration functionality (but this requires specialized software and equipment that are sold separately).