Review 97: 22.02.2021 at 05:00 pm
🕷 Lol, i think you are tolking about Sony’s X90H screen, which lots of gamers like Joker, and cooking content viewers dream of having like Harley Quinn no?
🤡 HHHH HHHH HHHH yes Spider-Man, you have this review today, we are so bussy to make a big website of Cooking content, can you review this TV with us please? please?
Hello Harley? how are you? This screen is one of the most sought after and demanded screen, since it offers high quality viewing experience.
After the launch of the PS5 console, this screen has been chosen to be one of the screens to provide excellent experience with the PS5 and games in general.
And indeed, the quality this screen offers is really beautiful. But the screen is not only for PS devices since it comes with excellent additional features.
Let me begin reviewing this screen starting from the design. The screen comes with a traditional design. Thickness wasn’t Sony’s focus, though.
The performance of the screen is the measurement. This screen’s size is 75, but it also comes with 65 and 55 sizes.
It’s a great, non-expensive choice to play games and watch content. The screen runs Android TV OS. The OS offers speed and ease of use along with a huge library of apps.
The screen supports 4K resolution. The panel is VA. It offers great color contrast and excellent deep blacks.
Especially with dark scenes with HDR content. But one of the flaws of this screen is the viewing angles, but it is a big deal in this case. But lately, these screens have been developed to perform better.
To simplify viewing angles, the best viewing experience is when you’re directly facing the screen. When I, or other tech reviewers, speak about viewing angles, we mean the quality of the screen from different angles.
This is to be considered with many other screens. QLED and OLED screen have better viewing angles than this kind of screens. But if the screen is placed in front of you and you don’t mind the viewing angles, then disregard what I just said.
The screen supports a feature called Full Array LED. It is a technology that helps offer better contrast and deeper blacks. It also controls the LEDs of the screen.
For example, if the scene was dark and there’s only a moon, then the LEDs of the moon will only be lit. This will make the moon look more clear. The dark areas will remain dark.
Sony also added X-Tended Dynamic 4 technology to the screen. To simplify it, it increases the contrast and offers better details. It also offers deeper blacks. It is similar to the Full Array LED technology I previously discussed.
There’s something I want to focus on with screens. It is light leakage when the scenes are black.
But what do I mean by that?
🤡 Tell me please! hhh hhh hhh
🕷 When there’s a dark scene similar to the moon’s scene I showed a little ago, there will be lots of black spaces. Try to test your screens considering what I’ll say now.
When the lights of the room are off, and there’s a dark scene on the screen, the dark areas of the screen might be affected by light leakage. Light leakage affects the viewing experience.
I just wanted to explain it for you. The screen comes with an X1 4K CPU. The CPU uses algorithms to decrease noise and enhance the content.
This will enhance the FHD and 2K content. And it’ll be upgraded to be viewed with 4K resolution. The CPU also supports a technology called Triluminos Display. This technology analyses the images and give it better saturation and make me more realistic. After experimenting with it, the screen offers deeper black with excellent HDR details.
After processing colors, they become really beautiful. But this won’t be noticed if you’re in a dim environment. The screen supports Dolby Vision. Dolby Vision is one of the HDR’s technologies.
With this technology, you’ll get better brightness and deeper blacks.
To benefit from it, the content itself must support Dolby Vision. There are apps that support Dolby Vision such as Netflix and huge library of content if offers. There’s something important that needs explanation.
Sometimes, screens supports Dolby Vision, HDR10 or HDR10+ or other technologies. And the content is supported and is supposed to work perfectly. But sometimes, it doesn’t work. Why?
The reason could be because you’re using a bad quality DHMI cable Harley Quinn!
Why is this embarrassment now ❓😱
hhhh Sometimes, the internet speed could be a factor, too. If the internet speed isn’t hight, the content will be played with HD or FHD resolution. This means that 4K resolution, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ won’t be played. Don’t always blame the content or the screen itself.
Sometimes, it could be simpler than that. A higher quality HDMI cable and higher internet speed could offer a better experience.
Let me now explain the term buffering. When streaming content from Netflix on your screen, the audio and video are being processed.
They’ll also be synced for the upcoming 3 or 4 seconds. This is basically what buffering means.
The Sony X90H screen supports 4K@120fps resolution. It offers high response rate.
According to RTNG website, the input lag of the screen is 15.1ms. If the game is played with 4K@60fps. Or 6.7ms if the game is played with 4K@120fps.
This website is a reference. They own technologies that are hard to get with regular tech reviews to get.
My God, they have great technologies to make such ratings.😍😍😍
According to Sony, the screen will support VRR Variable Refresh Rate with a future update. But up until now, the update hasn’t come through.
TO explain, this technology synchronize frames with the refresh rate. This will help get rid of lag during games. This technology is very important for gamers.
The screen also supports ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode). This technology will also come with a future update.
This technology will recognize the gaming consoles automatically. At the same time, it locks the photo processing to enhance the latency in games.
We’re not sure when this technology will be released. But Sony stated that it’s coming with an upcoming update.
Reviewing screens isn’t easy, but I always enjoy bringing these reviews to you Harely 😉
Practically, screens are an investment you make once every few years. It would mean a lot for us if share this video without people who need it. The screen has two HDMI 2.1 ports. They’re the Port 3 and Port 4.
Through these ports, you can play/watch 4K@120fps content from external sources. VRR and ALLM will be supported through the HDMI 2.1 port. The PS5 experience was very satisfactory with excellent viewing experience.
We tried the CoD Black Ops War game, and it worked with 120Hz. It also offered high smoothness. In Demon Souls, and battle royale game too, the experience was very smooth and the colors popped.
To be honest, the experience was really beautiful. The same thing applied for the Spiderman Miles Morales game. Is me hhhhh
Also the Sackboy Adventures. I don’t think Sony will like the idea of me reviewing the Xbox performance on the screen, but I’ll do it anyway.
The image quality was very clear and beautiful. With the Gears 5 game, it started with 120Hz and the response was hight. The outcome was satisfactory. It played smoothly with this refresh rate.
We also tried the Forza 4 game, and the experience was the same as with Gears 5.
Don’t worry, the screen will work very well with the PS5 and Xbox. It is considered an extended investment if you own one of these devices.
This means it’ll be an extended investment as it supports 120Hz refresh rate, which most games now don’t support. It is a future investment.
To benefit from 4K@120fps, you’ll have to manually enable it from the screen’s settings. But it could be auto enabled with a future update. To enable this future, visit settings, TV, external input.
Then choose HDMI, then HDMI port 3 or 4 and choose enhanced format. If this submenu doesn’t appear, then it’s auto enabled. The screen supports play different multimedia content through the USB port.
Halery, Thank you for asking me the formats this screen support. This is how I want the interactions between me and you to be.✌
You Welcome dear hhh hhhh hhh 😍😍😍
Thank you Dear, hhhhh We’ve tried MP4 and MKV formats. They worked smoothly. Some of these formats didn’t work on screens from Samsung. But they all worked with this Sony screen.
The screen runs Android TV v9. The OS is smooth and easy to use.
The OS supports platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Stars Play…etc.
There’s also other apps that can be downloaded from Google’s Play Store. It also supports Google Assistant and of course it supports Chromecast. It has a built-in Chromecast.
Note, sometime, when restoring the screen, the integrated Chromecast doesn’t work.
Also, the OS supports customizing the content according the content itself. It supports different modes such as Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Gaming and so on.
The remote control comes with a basic design. The design is similar to other remote controllers from Sony. But this one doesn’t come with back made from leather.
The remote doesn’t support customizable buttons. There are 4 main colored buttons. Other than that, the remote is easy to use.
There’s nothing else to say about this remote other than that it sprouts AAA batteries. The screen supports AirPlay to broadcast the screen of iPhone and iPad on it. It also supports Apple HomeKit.
This feature will allow you to control IoT products from the screen itself. You can also control these IoT devices through the dedicated app on your phone.
The screen supports Dolby Atmos. It also comes with X-Balanced Speakers from Sony.
It provides high audio quality, considering how thin the screen is. It also supports Acoustic Multi-Audio technology, which is supposed to offer accurate and distributed audio.
We tested the audio in an open box, and the result was good/acceptable. But the audio experience could be better in a closed room.
Pro tip Halery: to get the best audio experience, you should have home theater or a Sound Bar.
Okay baby, Joker have one yes hhhh hhhh hhh
Very Nice Joker! hhhh , The screen supports WiFi and bluetooth, where you can use it to connect an external speaker. The screen comes with 2x HDMI 2.0, And 2x HDMI 2.1.
There’s also 2x USB ports, LAN port and Optical Output port. there’s a list of the full ports.
This screen is available in all market swith different sizes. It’s also available in many languages and International content.
The price of this 75 screen in the Saudi market is 2.186 USD, and 1.801 Euros.
This price was when this review halery, There are 4 main features of this screen, first one is the easy set up. The colors and color technologies from Sony are excellent. It supports 4K@120fps. Which means it is a future investment.
Lastly, it supports Android TV, which comes with a huge library of app available in Google’s Play Store.
Hopefully, the ALLM and VRR features will come with a future update. Sony promises to support them. It supports 2x HDMI 2.0 ports and 2x HDMI 2.1 ports.
These ports should’ve been HDMI 2.1 for better sustainability. The audio quality will be better if you use an external sound bar. The built-in speakers offer good audio quality, but it is not the best.
Sony’s X90H screen is one of the best screens Sony released in 2020. I am very excited for the upcoming software updates.
These updates will enrich the experience with this screen. The screen offers high capabilities with an excellent value. It’s up to you to choose. Evaluate your needs depending on the size of your room. This will help you get the best size suitable for you.
See you soon Halery!
Thank you Spider-Man, it was your review so so fantastic, y want to give you one kiss, but Joker is here, sorry i can’t hhhh hhhh hhhh
See you on the next review 😍😍😍