If you can stand its speakers, Sony's XBR-X900B will reward you with the best combination of audio and video quality you've ever seen (or heard).
Sony's newest 4K TV is also the least-expensive yet from a major TV maker, starting at $3500 for the 55-inch size.
Sony's array of LED LCD TVs at CES 2014 is topped by the XBR-X950B series, its first 4K set to include local dimming in a full-array LED backlight. If the company's previous efforts are any indication, it should have a great picture.
Sony's latest series of 4K TVs, model XBR-X850A, delivers all those extra pixels for $500 cheaper than its step-up linemate -- and loses the honkin' speakers.
It's a match made in 3D picture-quality heaven. Add the extra pixels of 4K resolution to comfortable, crosstalk-free passive 3D, and you potentially get the best 3D TV picture yet. If you care.
Believe it or not, there are already more than 20 models of flat-panel LED LCD TVs with 4K resolution for sale in the US. Their prices are still high, but falling very fast. Here's how they stack up in mid-November.
Although they still cost thousands more than similar 1080p TVs, high-end 4K resolution models from marquee brands are falling fast in price.
Both Sony and Samsung have slashed the prices on 4K Ultra HD in the US. Will this mean cost cuts for Australian consumers?
The latest Samsung Series 9 goes extra-big, and the gamble pays off with the most portable and comfortable 15-incher you're likely to find. However, its high price and lack of higher-end features don't make it the best value.
Along with 4K resolution of 8.3 million pixels per frame, the sets boast 4.1-channel surround system and support for the company's Magic Remote, which lets you control the TV by speaking.