SONY BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV DRIVER UPDATE
Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV Driver
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Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV Driver
Sony sent us a sample of the inch UHD model.
Sony XBR-XA Specs - CNET
This TV is loaded with Sony's top-shelf technologies and features. Sony's Triluminos technology replaces the traditional "white light" LED Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV with a combination of blue LEDs and quantum dots that emit red and green light. Sony says this RGB lighting approach allows for more efficient light transmission, an expanded color gamut, and purer, more realistic colors even within the confines of the current Rec. Check out this story for more on quantum dots. The reason for this is that Sony decided to incorporate real speakers into the panel, instead of the tiny little speaker strips that run along the sides or underside of most flat-panel TVs these days.
Sony Bravia XBR-55X900A 55" Full 3D 2160p UHD LED LCD Internet TV
The TV has a gloss-black finish with a round chrome stand. The speaker drivers are also black and completely integrated into the frame, with no option to cover them with material.
This creates a unique aesthetic compared with everything else on the market, one that will likely draw mixed reactions. The connection panel has most of the desired goods: There's no dedicated PC input. One thing that's not expected but would've upped the convenience factor would be a pair Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV speaker-level inputs that would let you incorporate the built-in speakers into a true surround sound setup with external surrounds, center, and sub. This year, Sony has redesigned its menu and user interface.
I know a lot of people loved the XrossMediaBar, but frankly I always found Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV to be cluttered and a bit laborious to navigate. I think the new interface is an improvement, retaining elements of the old look with a more stylish flair that effectively uses icons. Hit the Home menu, and the six main menu options appear as text running vertically along the left side of the screen. Sub-menu options appear as colorful icons that extend horizontally across the screen. In particular, I always had an issue with the Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV of Sony's various Web features in the old interface; it felt like they were haphazardly scattered all over.
Now everything related to the Sony Entertainment Network can be found in the Applications menu. Marquee options like NetflixAmazonHulu PlusYouTubeSkypethe Web browser, and Sony's Video and Music Unlimited services have icons in the main menu for quick access, or you can hit the "All Applications" icon to see a grid of all the Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV services that Sony offers and they offer a lot.
You can add or subtract favorites from the main Applications bar. Beyond that, Sony doesn't let you customize the experience, nor do they offer an Apps store to purchase new services, as you can with Samsung, LG, and Panasonic.
I experimented with DLNA playback using both a Samsung tablet and Plex software on Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV Mac; both worked fine, with no connectivity or playback issues. There's also a built-in Web browser, but it doesn't support Flash and it sometimes gave me "page too large to load" error messages.
Sony XBRXA (XBR55XA) LCD TV - Sony HDTV TVs, HDTV Monitors
As with previous Sony TVs, at first glance it seems like there are only three picture modes: Custom, Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV, and Vivid. However, if you hit the remote's Option button and access Scene Select, you'll find a wider variety of modes from which to choose, including the Cinema mode that I ultimately used.
Advanced picture adjustments include an adjustable backlight, two-point white balance, gamma, and noise reduction. The TV doesn't have an advanced color management system, nor does it offer the point white balance and point gamma controls you can find in other high-end TVs. Sony would likely argue that none of these controls proves to Sony BRAVIA KDL-55X900A HDTV necessary and, as you'll soon see, they are right.
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Sony's Reality Creation processing is available, with auto and manual options to fine-tune the picture's noise and resolution. I initially turned this off.