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Sony X800E Series TV Review

48.5 in.
54.6 in.
42.5 in.

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July 19, 2017
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Series Name X800E
General Type LED
Screen Size 42.5 in.
Screen Sizes in Series
  • 43
  • 49
  • 55
Format UHD
Height (with stand) 24.375 in.
Width 38 in.
Depth (with stand) 9.625 in.
Weight 23.8 lbs.
3D Capable No
Refresh Rate 60 Hz
LCD Backlighting LED edgelit
Local Dimming Yes
Connectivity
  • HDMI
  • Component Video
  • Composite Video
  • 1/8 inch Audio
  • Digital Audio
  • USB
  • Ethernet
Energy Star Compliance No
Number of HDMI Ports 4
Number of USB Ports 3
Smart Features Yes
HDR 10 Compatible Yes
Dolby Vision Compatible No

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