Sony reveals pricing for most of its 2020 4K LCD TVs

Sony reveals pricing for most of its 2020 4K LCD TVs
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Following the unveiling of its 2020 4K LCD TV line-up at CES 2020 last month, Sony has now revealed pricing for most of the forthcoming models.

On its US site, Sony has listed prices for every model in its midrange X800H (XH80 in Europe) series (43in-85in), as well as the 49in and 85in sets in its superior X950H (XH95 in Europe) range.

Sony has chosen to delay unveiling the prices of the rest of the range (55in, 65in and 75in), and we also await figures for the entry-level X750H (XH75) series, which comprises 55in and 65in variants. 

Of course, we are also patiently waiting for price tags to be hung on its 2020 OLED TVs and 8K TV too.

Pricing for the X800H range:
43in: $700 ($698 on Amazon, available on February 10th)
49in: $750 ($748 on Amazon, available on February 10th)
55in: $1000
65in: $1200
75in: $1800
85in: $2700

Pricing for the X950H range:
49in: $1200 ($1198 on Amazon, available on February 17th)
85in: $5000

The Sony XH950 range features full-array sets with local dimming that use Sony's near-flagship 4K HDR Processor X1. On the 55in models and above you'll find Sony's new X-Wide Angle tech, designed to maintain picture quality at all viewing angles, as well as Acoustic Multi-Audio – a bi-amp audio system that controls a main speaker and 'invisible' tweeter separately.

All the top-end bells and whistles are onboard: Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice control, support for Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision and IMAX Enhanced, Netflix Calibrated Mode and a whole host of smart apps, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.

The X800H range mimics many of its sibling's specs but does without the full-array backlight, X-Wide Angle and Acoustic Multi-Audio technologies.


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Becky Roberts

Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her 10+ years in the hi-fi industry, she has reviewed all manner of audio gear, from budget amplifiers to high-end speakers, and particularly specialises in headphones and head-fi devices. In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.