Sony 55'' 4K UHD Smart Android LED Television (KD55X85J)
Sony 55'' 4K UHD Smart Android LED Telev...
|TV Type||4K UHD|
|HD Technology & Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Type||UHD 4K Smart LED Television|
|Power Consumption||164 Watts|
|Power Requirement||AC 110-240V - 50/60 Hz|
|Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Width x Height x Depth (with stand)||1231 x 776 x 316 mm|
|Composite In (Audio Video Cable)||Yes|
|Sound Mode||DTS Digital Surround|
|Number of Speakers||10W + 10W|
|Sound Technology||Dolby™ Audio(Dolby™ Digital, Dolby™ Digital Plus, Dolby™ AC-4)|
Everything you watch is sharper and more refined
See how our processor, picture upscaling and colour reproduction technologies come together for amazingly realistic 4K HDR entertainment on this large screen TV.1
One chip, incredibly real
With Object-based HDR remaster and Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR technology, our 4K HDR Processor X1™ reproduces enhanced depth, textures and natural colours. You’ll see pure colours at higher brightness levels for exceptionally realistic pictures.
Rediscover every detail in 4K
With 4K X-Reality PRO, images are upscaled closer to true 4K quality for remarkable clarity. The picture is sharpened and refined in real time, revealing extra detail in the books and architecture of the library.
Life’s brilliance, revealed with extra colours
See vivid real world colours all around you. A TRILUMINOS Display maps colours from a wider palette, faithfully reproducing every shade and hue in the umbrellas.
Discover thrilling 4K HDR entertainment
This TV brings you the excitement of movies and games in 4K HDR. It can play HDR content from various services and handles a variety of HDR formats, including HDR10, Hybrid Log-Gamma and Dolby Vision™.23
Just talk, a fun way to explore new worlds
Find all the entertainment you can dream of, as fast as you can talk. With advanced voice control, this 4K HDR TV with Android TV™ brings you movies and TV shows from apps or broadcast in an instant.6 7
Our Android 4K TVs are recommended by Netflix
Netflix have created an easy way for you to identify TVs with better performance, easier app access, and new features that make for a better smart TV. Netflix recommended TVs help you enjoy popular shows and movies with a dedicated button and voice control.
Designed to keep your focus on the picture
No distractions, just beautiful pictures. The narrow, exquisitely designed aluminium frame keeps you focused on the screen, while cables stay cleverly hidden at the back and the front.
Choosing a perfect TV can be a daunting task and would primarily depend upon what you love to watch and how you like to watch it. This buying guide will help you to understand the different features televisions can have and will answer the important questions that will help you decide on the right model for you.
Factors to consider before making a purchase
Screen size is measured diagonally from corner to corner and only includes the actual visible screen itself, not the surrounding bezel. It’s important to consider the viewing distance from the screen. An ideal distance is listed here by:-
1.5M to 2M
Less than 1.5M
32" to 39"
1.5M to 2M
40" to 45"
2M to 2.5M
46" to 55"
2.5M to 3M
58" to 65"
3M to 3.5M
70" to 78"
3.5M to 4M
Picture quality is probably the single most important factor when considering your next TV. The key aspects that should be considered:
The number of pixels the TV screen is made up of. Generally, the higher the number of pixels, the more detailed the picture quality will be.
This is the pace the TV processes the screen changes. The higher the processing rate, the smoother the picture will be even in the most action-packed events such as films or sports. For example while watching TV the picture you see is actually a series of images shown at high speed to create a continuous moving image. Just like a flipbook or film reel. The processing rate - aka the refresh rate - tells you how fast the images are flashing up on the screen. In the technical specifications, you'll see it measured in hertz (Hz) - the higher the number, the more times per second the image refreshes on your screen. This makes the picture smoother and less blurry.
Types of Televisions
These days, many mid- to high-range TVs will offer smart functionality, and even some budget models and brands are starting to include online features. Smart TVs are one of the first and easiest devices you can add to your living room to start to make your house in to a smart home. Connect to your home network and stream a huge range of movies, videos and music from popular services like Netflix,* Hulu Plus,* Pandora and YouTube. Many smart TVs also include a full Web browser, so you can surf the Web right on your TV screen.
4K TVs, also referred to as UHD or 4K Ultra HD TVs, have up to four times the number of pixels than a Full HD TV. A screen needs 3,840 x 2,160 pixels to be considered 4K and will have over 8 million pixels.
The latest in TV technology, OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode. Electricity is passed through these diodes in the screen to produce coloured light. This makes up your picture. Because these diodes produce their own light, each individual one can also be turned off, producing true blacks and smoother images.
LED TVs use an LED backlighting panel to shine light through an LCD (liquid crystal display) screen, producing the colours and images you can see. LED TVs produce bright vivid colours.
This TV is also referred to as 1080p. Screens classed as Full HD have over 2 million pixels, made up of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Curved screens are more immersive and are the latest in screen technology, putting you at the centre of the action.