Sony introduced a BRAVIA TV ZD9 4K HDR

Sony has introduced a new series of TVs BRAVIA series ZD9. The series includes three models – 100-XBR100Z9D inch, 65-inch and 75 XBR65Z9D-inch XBR75Z9D.
Sony introduced a BRAVIA TV ZD9 4K HDR
They all support 4K resolution Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) and 4K High Dynamic Range, which is equipped with image processor X1 4K HDR Extreme. Also, there is a technology of backlight Backlight Master Drive, to ensure realistic images, high contrast and accurate transfer of a wide palette of colors.

Sony introduced a BRAVIA TV ZD9 4K HDR

Without Backlight Master Drive
Sony introduced a BRAVIA TV ZD9 4K HDR

With Backlight Master Drive

Sony TVs series ZD9 works on the platform Android TV. The speaker system presents two speakers with an output of sound at 10 watts each. Supported Wi-Fi and NFC, among other things, has HDMI, USB and Ethernet.
Sony introduced a BRAVIA TV ZD9 4K HDR
In the US, orders for 65-inch and 75 XBR65Z9D-inch XBR75Z9D started to accept for the price of 6 999 and 9 999 USD, respectively. Sales will begin before the end of summer. 100-inch XBR100Z9D will appear before the end of the year, price yet to be announced. In Russia series BRAVIA ZD9 also appear before the end of 2016, the recommended price is not yet known.

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