Sony Bravia X85C TV 4K 2015

The range Sony 4K TV 2015 provides six families, starting from entry-level X83C (43 “and 49”) until you get to the top of the range X94C (75 “) and X93C (55” and 65 “), and through the intermediate series X85C (55 “, 65”, 75 “), S85C (curved, 55” and 65 “) and X90C (55” and 65 “).

The most recent series Sony Bravia 4K betting everything on three pillars: technological features of the latest generation, ultra-slim design, user experience revolutionized thanks to the unique interface Android TV. To the top of the range X93 and X94 adds an additional carrier, the high-resolution audio.

The first highlight of the offer Bravia 2015, the new processor 4K X1, move higher up the bar in terms of perfect combination of sharpness, color and contrast. In particular, as it emerged during the demo on one of the first examples of TV X85C, is handling even more precise and deep pure detail, regardless of the resolution: 4K, Full HD, standard definition, up to the video from the Internet.
Image processor X1

The processor X1 works of sharpness, contrast and brightness of the scene displayed by analyzing the source and giving a homogeneous result especially for SD and HD upscaling object.

The result is surprising: the test of TV X85 already had convinced to the effectiveness of such processing, but now the end result is even closer to the quality expected from the standard 4K.

The improvement is most evident in the small nuances in texture and more refined that the new range Sony Bravia 4K offers, with a more effective reduction of noise and a higher contrast and, last but not least, more deep, rich blacks, by thus to a limit of the previous average range.

Ultra slim design

Another step forward was taken in the design, with panels even thinner. The aesthetic gains so decided, in particular the Bravia X90C that achieve striking results of 4.9 mm at the thinnest point.

The feeling of lightness and elegance of the ensemble is enhanced by the minimal base metal.

Sony has also worked on the wall bracket, now integrated within the structure of the TV and that uses an optimized air flow: is it possible to keep the TV closer to the wall, without risk of overheating.

We studied a new soundbar, now in one size and with wireless subwoofer, to achieve a perfect balance between quality video and audio.
Android TV

We arrive at the real innovation of the series Sony Bravia 4K 2015, the new user interface Android TV, exclusive to the Sony TV.

It is not yet final and you can not show it in the picture, but in any case during the initial brief test showed a minimal design with maximum simplicity, a great operational responsiveness and a simple and immediate control through the touch controller that supports also voice commands, Google-style.

Sony abandons therefore minimal user interface of the previous generation to embark on what is a real Smart TV, complete with all that asks the user: playing music, photos and video from multiple sources connected; chance to play with the titles supported and accessible through the Google Play store along with all the park dedicated app.

The functionality is more palatable but Google Cast: essentially the series Bravia 4K TV with Android provides access to all content and functions of the note stick Chrome Cast, which promises endless fun.

The remote control with touchpad now becomes the main point of control of the TV, being able to make the most of the potential of TV Bravia, including the System One-Flick Entertainment: you can move with ease and immediacy of television channels to YouTube videos, through photo galleries.
Hi-Res Audio

To conclude this preview of the range Sony Bravia 4K in 2015 with a unique feature of the flagship X93 and X94. On these two models debuted the high resolution audio file format is superior to that of the CD – up to 96 kHz / 24-bit – for a more faithful reproduction of the full range of sound.

Sony integrates a complete set of speakers with three speaker technology-based Magnetic Fluid, including a pair of tweeters dedicated to audio Hi-RES. The two models use technology DSEE HX to convert any type of audio – dialogues, scores, etc. – in an audio track close to that of the high resolution, as well as allowing the playback of FLAC sources, via USB or DLNA, format Hi-Res.

The range of Bravia 4K TV in 2015 will begin to be available at major retail outlets starting in April 2015, with prices yet to be defined.

March 25, 2015


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