The Sony Master Series Z9F is an excellent 4K TV that delivers deep, dark colors and high-picture quality with balanced saturation and color contrast. The new X- wide-angle system present in the Sony Master Series provides wider viewing angles that are present in VA panels. It has an outstanding HDMI system featured with low input lag and supports HDMI 2.0 – complete bandwidth for all four HDMI interfaces. The Android 8.0 smart device is much faster than the previous Sony models.
Due to its dedicated center screen, this 3.1 configuration does a great job of clearly reproducing dialog which ensures you should have no problem hearing speech about background music and sound effects. It has a decent bass response thanks to its dedicated wireless subwoofer, making it a fine choice for movies too. Unfortunately, while this soundbar supports Atmos, its lack of satellites or upward-firing speakers means the soundstage isn’t very open, and all objects sound as if they’re coming from in front of you.
- Extraordinarily bright in SDR and HDR
- Excellent low input lag
- Great local dimming feature
The sony master series Z9f has an excellent build-in design, It has a decent stand that supports the TV well, but it is very large in size. Like the sony Z9D, the connections are hidden on the back. These look good when the TV is placed on a stand, but if you need to access the connections when the wall is mounted, they can be difficult to remove. The TV is well-built in design and if we want to remove any of the connections in the back of the TV it may cause some vibrations(shock) because the panels on the backside of the TV are loose.
|Brand Name: Sony|
|Connectivity Technology: Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB|
|Refresh Rate: 120 hertz|
|Display Type: LED|
|Total HDMI Ports: 4|
|Processor:4K HDR X1 Ultimate|
|Size: 66.5 x 9.2 x 37.5 inches|
|Weight: 98 pounds|
With some of the interesting outcomes, the Sony Z9F provides an excellent picture quality. It provides one of the widest viewing angles measured in VA panel, but still short of most IPS panels, and this comes at the expense of worse than average contrast. The Sony XBR65Z9F is the brightest TV we have reviewed so far, and it has a wide range of colors, although not as good as the QLED TVs from Samsung or the Quantum Vizio P Series. It has excellent gradient processing and is safe for the temporary preservation of images.
The Sony Z9F produces an excellent image quality with colorful HDR pictures. It is primarily suitable for all types of uses especially for playing video games and its a great option to use as a PC monitor. It has excellent video processing, but due to the brighter contrast ratio, the darkroom performance is not good. The TV is extremely bright, producing it a great option for use in a dark space because glare can be easily overcome.