Sunday, April 9, 2017

Sony X900E vs X930E Review

There are a number of differences between the X900E and X930E but the two most important arguably are the up to 2 times higher brightness on the X930E in comparison to the X900E, in addition to the Dolby Vision support on the X930E (after a firmware update) and lack thereof on the X900E (due to the different processor used).

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Review OLED65E7P vs OLED65G7P

The only major difference between the LG OLED65E7P and OLED65G7P is that the integrated sound bar serves a multi-purpose role on the OLED65G7P whereas with the OLED65E7P, it is only intended for housing the 4.2 channel speakers.

Monday, January 23, 2017


The LG OLED65C7P and OLED65E7P differ only in that the OLED65C7P omits the Picture-on-Glass design and the integrated sound bar of the OLED65E7P. The picture quality, however, is identical.

Sunday, January 22, 2017


The picture quality is mostly identical, meaning the LG OLED65B7P and OLED65E7P differ in their design, and to a lesser extent: sound capabilities. The OLED65B7P is the 65-inch class model in the B7 series of LG OLED TVs whereas the OLED65E7P is the 65-inch class model in the E7 series.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Sony X750D vs X850D vs X700D (XBR65X750D vs XBR65X850D; XBR55X700D vs XBR55X850D)

The X750D (XBR65X750D) and X700D (XBR55X700D) lack the Triluminos Display technology that can be found on the X850D (XBR65X850D; XBR55X850D), which means they don't support a wide color gamut. This is of concern only with HDR content such as 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs because they're mastered to the DCI-P3 color gamut (albeit within Rec.2020 container).