Sony Bravia KD-55X9305C Series

alaTest a collecté et analysé 45 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Sony Bravia KD-55X9305C Series. La note moyenne du produit est 4.3 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. Les testeurs apprécient la qualité sonore. La reproduction des couleurs impressionne, mais les testeurs sont moins positifs sur la taille.

fiabilité, qualité d'image, reproduction des couleurs, qualité sonore, niveau de noir


Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres produits de même catégorie, le Sony Bravia KD-55X9305C Series obtient un alaScore™ de 94/100 = Excellent.

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Avis d'expert par : Caleb Denison (

Sony XBR55X930D (2016) review


One look will have you lusting over the Sony X930D.


Avis d'expert par : David Katzmaier (

Sony X930E series adds Dolby Vision and Google Home to high-end LCDs


The X930E and X940E series is a refresher of Sony's excellent, full-featured TVs from 2016, with similar picture quality specifications and some welcome enhancements.


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Sony XBR-55X930D


Well, it doesn't, but at least the price has fallen (a lot) since launch. The X930D is still one of the more expensive non-OLED TVs on the market, however, and most people shopping for a midrange TV will balk at its price and select something more...

The Sony XBR-X930D delivers spectacular overall picture quality, with extreme brightness, deep black levels and superb color. Its understated design includes a pencil-thin upper cabinet. Android TV's large app selection means you might not need to use...

More expensive than some similarly performing TVs, and not as good of a picture as OLED.

Sony's X930D TV should appeal to people who don't mind paying extra for its sleek design and outstanding picture.


Avis d'expert par : Will Greenwald (

Sony XBR-55X930D


Sony's X930D 4K television line brings native HDR video support to a reasonable price range, and really shows off just how good the new video format can look.

HDR content is visually impressive. Excellent color reproduction. Very bright panel. Good connected features.

Middling black levels. Remote and Android TV operating system are a bit clunky.

Conclusions With the XBR-65X930D, Sony melds a genuinely impressive HDR-capable panel with some odd design choices. The picture is hard to beat outside of a much more expensive OLED television like the LG OLED65G6P, which can't get nearly as bright. If...


Techradar Recommended 2017

Avis d'expert par : Stephen Lambrechts (

Sony Bravia X9300E (KD-65X9300E) review


Sony's new image processor delivers extreme results

Gorgeous design ; Boasts both HDR10 and Dolby Vision ; Unmatched SDR quality ; Compatible with Bluetooth headphones

Noticeable backlighting ; Expensive for LED/LCD

With its exceptional 4K HDR X1 Extreme processor, the KD-65X9300E delivers fantastic HDR10 and Dolby Vision enhanced images, as well as superb object-based HDR remastering for all SDR content. It may not have the outstanding black levels of Sony's A1...


Avis d'expert par : John Archer (

Sony Bravia XBR-55X930E review


Sony turns to the bright side using its Slim Backlight Drive

Blisteringly bright HDR images ; Stunningly rich colors ; Much-improved sound quality ; Superb HD upscaling

Blooming around bright objects ; Android TV is cumbersome ; Runs sluggishly at times ; Very limited viewing angle

Android TV continues to frustrate, and there’s a backlight clouding price to pay for the TV’s high brightness levels. That said, Sony's X930E series nonetheless improves on Sony’s 2016’s Slim Backlight Drive models in every way, delivering in the...


Techradar Recommended 2016

Avis d'expert par : Stephen Lambrechts (

Sony Bravia KDX9300D 4K HDR TV review


Sony's new Bravia is highly dynamic

Superb colours and brightness ; Ultra thin design ; Android TV functionality ; Powerful processor

Odd remote buttons ; Motion Flow ghosting ; Average built-in audio

With the X9300D, Sony has provided an affordable and high quality way to get on the 4K HDR bandwagon that is capable of stunning colours and outstanding brightness, thanks to some ingenious engineering.


Avis d'expert par : Jon L. Jacobi (

Sony X930D 4K UHD TV review: Color and HDR done the Sony way.


Sony has forsaken quantum dots and OLED technology to follow its own path to color and HDR.

Excellent picture ; Affordable for the quality

Android interface is slow and buggy in places ; Remote a number of poorly delineated functions

The Sony X930D delivers a picture that’s far beyond that offered by most TVs on the market, including last year’s Sony C series. Color, contrast, and HDR aren’t what you get with LG’s OLEDs or Samsung’s best quantum-dot SUHD sets, but they are close...


Avis d'expert par : Sam Khan (

Sony X930D / X940D 4K HDR Ultra HD TV Review (XBR55X930D, XBR65X930D, XBR75X940D)


The X930D/40D is an impressive combination of technologies, delivered in a particularly attractive design. Giving you everything you would hope for from a 4K home entertainment-worthy system. Furthermore, this latest and most powerful of the Sony 2016...

Great black performance ; Local dimming produces exceptional contrast ; Brilliant 4K upscaling ; Superb quality of HDR technology ; Excellent color performance ; Android TV is great ; Sleek and thin design

Lackluster sound ; Some local dimming blooming in X930D ; Poor grey uniformity in X930D ; Enough with the Motionflow “960Hz”

In our view, the bottom line for the X930D 55 inch and 65 inch 4K TVs and particularly for their giant 75 inch full-array X940D variant is that these are superb 4K HDR TV models. While the Samsung SUHD TVs of 2015 outperformed their Sony Bravia...


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Sony KD-55X9305C review

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Up against premium TVs from rivals Samsung and LG, the Sony KD-55X9305C is a 2015 flagship set that includes a range of Sony's recent TV innovations. With side-mounted speakers, this pricey TV has impressive sound quality, but does its picture make it...


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