Sony XBR55X810C is the best option for the people who are desirous to have a 4K TV within budgeted range. It offers better picture quality with deep blacks, it projects a playback potential of native 24p and blurriness with motion pictures is quite less. The screen has no or very less dark patches. As it fails to get too brighter, it cannot be the option to be considered for bright room.
In case you are looking for something with even lesser pricing, then the best option is to have Vizio M55-C2. This model is best for viewing movies but can hardly upscale the resolution or cannot be the best option for gaming delight due to its blurriness. Though X810C is overall a great option, but in case your interest is more towards experiencing 1080p picture, then M can fulfill your desire well.
If you are desirous to have a better performing television compared to X810C, then the best option that comes your way is Samsung UN55JU7500. When compared to X810C with respect to black uniformity, you will notice it to be on better side, though the depth of blacks might not be so dark. Its screen brightness can be adjusted thus making it a best television for gaming delight. Even on faster motions, the blurriness is less. Additionally, you will notice reduced input lag.
While observing the detailed specifications of the TV, we see the following features. It is a flat screen TV balancing on a 25” X 9.5” stand. The screen borders are as thin as 0.67” and the entire thickness of the television is around 3.0”. It can be a perfect match to view movies with high resolution or the 4K picture. Even with the IPS panel, the black depth is not seen to be uniform especially towards the corners. Even though the TV lacks 3D features, it offers clear picture quality even with interruptions. The picture looks better when the TV is set on Custom mode but the setting is not up to the mark as it fails to display wide color range.
With some crucial features on the missing list, the Sony XBR55X810C still scores nicely on the resolution feature. It just looks stunning whatever be the resolution of the source content, from the lowest to the trending 4K. Video games are easily playable because of the screen resolution and negligible motion lag. Ambient light doesn’t hamper much of the picture though IPS panel is missing. The Sony XBR55X810C definitely goes down south when the picture is viewed sideways. For the various features, the XBR55X810C is worth the price, but if, picture quality and resolution is of prime importance then it would be better to take a look at X900C.
When it comes to sound quality for this LED TV it tends to lose out when higher volumes are sought. Bass effect is not that surreal. Needless to say it is not that top scoring model when it comes to sound output. The XBR55X810C gets enrolled in the Smart TV category running on the Android OS. Bundled with a standard remote control which, is very basic in nature. What is included is a good number of ports for input and output. The ports are embedded in the side and on the rear panel. On the side or edge it is inscribed with 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 Audio Out, 1 RF In and 1 IR Out ports. At the backside it hosts an Ethernet port, dual Composite in, and a single Digital Audio Out Optical port.
The Sony XBR55X810C consumes 147W at its peak and only 72W in standard mode or in normal mode. Anybody interested in picture quality, the XBR55X810C makes for the perfect entertainment package for whatever you want to view. But if, sideways viewing entices you more than, opt for the Sony XBR55X900C.