The Sony XBR85X950G is a 2019 85-inch 4K HDR smart TV, and today you can take an extra $900 off the price at B&H. That brings the TV down to a total of $3,098, by far the lowest price we've ever seen. In order to get this total, you'll need to clip the on-page coupon. The TV is already discounted by about $300, but you can find those savings at several retailers including Amazon. It has never gone lower than that outside of this B&H sale.
This is a very temporary sale. Unlike most B&H DealZone deals that last a full day, this one is only going to last for about four more hours. If you're looking for a new awesome TV for your living room, don't hesitate.
Big and Beautiful
A B&H Flash Deal that won't last all day. The TV has 4K resolutions, support for HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision, and a 120Hz refresh rate. It uses Android 8.0 with full access to the Google Play store. Has local dimming and IMAX Enhanced tech.
$3998.00 $900 off
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
The X950G is one of Sony's best models of the year with all the buzzwords and features to prove it. Not only do you get 4K resolutions, but you also get a wide range of support for HDR content, including HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. It's also got the Android 8.0 operating system so you can fully access the Google Play store for streaming apps, games, music, and more. Connect via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and you can also use that internet connection to connect to your smart home. Use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to view the live feeds from security cameras around your home, control other smart home accessories like your thermostat, or just search for your favorite apps.
The Acoustic Multi-Audio is another interesting feature on this TV. The TV has two sound-positioning tweeters on the back that help create an immersive experience by syncing the sound with the action. The TV also has full array local dimming, making this a great TV for deep blacks and a beautifully high contrast ratio. Unlike a lot of TVs and monitors that claim to support HDR, the X950G really does with a peak brightness well above 1,100 nits. You'll notice a huge difference between HDR and non-HDR content.
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