Sony XBR-65X900E LCD Ultra HDTV Review

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Watching movies post-calibration, I continued to be impressed. When I checked out the Criterion Collection’s recent Blu-ray release of Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish, the Sony conveyed the rich range of gray tones contained in the black-and-white image. Shadow detail was also very good: In a scene where the hung-over delinquent Rusty James enters his high school, late as usual, details like rows of trophy cases lining the halls could be clearly seen in the dim building interior. Bright and medium-bright exterior shots showed the TV’s picture uniformity to be very good, although its contrast faded to a degree when the picture was viewed from an off-center seat—a typical limitation with LCD TVs that use a vertical-alignment panel such as this one.”




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