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Yours passive or stereoscopic?

Passive, but it still sucks. I just feel like I lose out on to much quality.
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post #12 of 67
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My Sony 65x900 4k tv is passive 3d and full 1080p. None of that 540p guacamole. Its the best non cinema 3d ive seen. Planes 3d popped awesome and the passive glasses are easy on the eyes.



CES 2014 has revealed sonys 2014 plans -

XBR-X950B series: 4K resolution, direct LED local dimming Sony's newest flagship packs all the picture quality enhancements, including that sweet dimming. It's only available in truly large sizes, and will likely cost a mint.
Sizes: 85, 65 inches
XBR-X900B series: 4K resolution, edge-lit LED local dimming The main difference between this and the flagship, aside from screen size selection, is that the local dimming is available from an edge-lit array. If it performs as well as similarly-equipped Sonys like the W900A--our favorite LED TV for picture quality last year--that's not a bad thing.
Sizes: 79, 65, 55 inches
XBR-X850B series: 4K resolution, Triluminous display Another thing we loved about the W900A was its color, which seemed a cut above the competition thanks to its quantum dot equipped Triluminous backlight. The X850B, Sony's cheapest 4K set, keeps that backlight but loses any kind of local dimming.
Sizes: 70, 65, 55, 49 inches
KDL-W950B series: 1080p resolution, edge-lit LED local dimming Speaking of the W900A, this TV seems like its direct successor. It gets all the picture quality extras of the higher-end 4K X900A series, without the extra pixels you probably won't be able to discern. Win!
Sizes: 65, 55 inches
KDL-W850B series: 1080p resolution, Wedge design Sony's mainstream 1080p line begins with the W850B, a big-screen series that's the cheapest to get the "iconic Wedge" design chops found on the step-up sets. It incorporates large front-facing speakers in a relatively small footprint.
Sizes: 70, 60 inches
KDL-W800B series: 1080p resolution, 3D Gone from this smaller series is the wedge, but it preserves the 3D compatibility also found on all of the more-expensive models. It's tough to tell from Sony's preliminary press material whether it offers better 2D picture quality than the step-down sets.
Sizes: 55, 50 inches
KDL-60W630B: 1080p resolution, Smart TV We liked the 60-inch R550/R520A series from 2013, and this set looks like its direct successor.
Sizes: 60 inches
KDL-W600B series: 1080p resolution, Smart TV If you want a 2014 Sony for as little money as possible, the W600B is your boy--assuming the company doesn't sneak in a smaller or cheaper set later in the year.
Sizes: 48, 40 inches


Read more: http://www.cnet.com/8301-35303_1-57616738/sony-tvs-at-ces-2014-tripling-down-on-4k/#ixzz2pffhh4BW
post #13 of 67
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Passive, but it still sucks. I just feel like I lose out on to much quality.

Yeah mines passive too I don't really use it as it basically cuts you to 540p.


In regards to the above post... Full array led with local dimming or bust
     
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So no DP 1.2 support? I was hoping to see TV manufacturers would implement DP because its pretty much superior than HDMI or is it due to cost issues I don't know?

Well at least it supports HDMI 2.0 but at the moment no GPU is compliant with HDMI 2.0 which still means being limited to 30hz.
    
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So no DP 1.2 support? I was hoping to see TV manufacturers would implement DP because its pretty much superior than HDMI or is it due to cost issues I don't know?

Cost? No. Display Port is royalty free.
    
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Looks interesting, but with all of those special processing techniques, the input lag could probably be measured in moon cycles, not ms. If it has a "game mode" that reduces circuit delay, it turns off all those whiz bang features.

exactly.

if it can do 120hz at 1080p then thats still --> got to go through a video DAC to make it 4K @ 60hz or re-sample 120hz which will be interesting to see how that works as yes 1080p will scale really nice to 4k but if the set has to x4 the image per frame and strip back 60 of the frames every second.. the 120hz part for gaming at least is totally pointless.. unless it can do 60hz native at 4k AND have a game mode?

so its not the best TV in the world.

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post #17 of 67
HDMI carries sound, iirc DP doesn;t. TV's appeal to the masses - who usually use the built-in speakers
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HDMI carries sound, iirc DP doesn;t. TV's appeal to the masses - who usually use the built-in speakers

Display port can also do sound.
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They don't even use full 1080p broadcasting here in the UK mad.gif

So why bother with 4k? PC maybe, were still along way off thumb.gif
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The average program on tv here in AUS is 576p. LOL
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