Ultra 4K Resolution: See more on TV than ever before with
over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million
(1,920 x 1,080) on your 1080p HDTV. Advanced picture processing also ensures
that every single pixel displays images with superb brightness and authentic
detail. It's the highest resolution picture Sony has ever produced on a TV.
Note: Add a Sony 4K Ultra HD Media Player (FMP-X10, sold separately) for
exclusive access to the Video Unlimited 4K service, which hosts the largest
selection of feature films and TV episodes in 4K Ultra HD for the home.
Choose to download new releases and classic films for rental or purchase. Or
choose from a vast library of included 4K videos.
HEVC Codec: Sony's 2014 4K Ultra-HD TVs are optimized to support the new HEVC codec that
is needed for a variety of current and forthcoming 4K video services from
Netflix and other providers without the need to buy additional update kits. The
Sony Ultra-HD television
also supports the latest HDMI 2.0 to connect external media players (sold separately)
and 4K/60p playback for viewing 4K sports in the future. Current available 4K
- Netflix: Provides viewers access to stream select TV
shows and films in 4K Ultra-HD; can be done directly from TV
- Video Unlimited 4K: Allows you to rent or purchase from
the largest collection of 4K feature films and TV episodes for your home;
requires Sony's FMP-X10 4K media player (sold separately).
- PlayMemories Online: Makes it easy to view and share
your personal photos in 4K; requires Sony's FMP-X10 4K media player (sold
- 500px: Showcases stunning professional photos from around the
world in 4K directly on your TV; requires Sony's FMP-X10 4K media player (sold
4K X-Reality Pro Engine: Sony's new 4K X-Reality Pro Engine enhances
Ultra-HD, HD, and SD images by analyzing and refining images with beautifully
natural detail and astounding color. This 4K television upscales your favorite
TV shows, DVDs and Blu-ray movies, even video-on-demand content, and smartphone
videos to Ultra-HD quality. The 4K X-Reality Pro Engine breathes new life into
everything you see with phenomenal 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution.
Dynamic Edge LED Backlighting w/ Local Dimming: Dynamic Edge
LED backlighting with local dimming delivers pitch-black night scenes and
illuminates bright scenes that pop with vibrant color. Rather than illuminating
the entire screen, contrast is boosted in just the right areas for a more
TRILUMINOS Display Technology: Unique to Sony, TRILUMINOS
Display technology creates incredibly true, natural shades of colors; just the
way you want them. Hard-to-reproduce reds, aqua blues, and emerald greens are
displayed beautifully, so landscapes and seascapes look more vivid. Faces look
better, too, with natural skin tones. It's all thanks to a new TRILUMINOS
display that gives images a heightened sense of depth.
MotionFlow XR 240 Technology: Sony's MotionFlow XR 240
technology feature a precise backlight control that is synchronized with the
liquid crystal movement from frame-to-frame creating clearer, sharper moving
images. MotionFlow XR 240 combines 120 frames-per-second with the TV's advanced
LED backlight system to simulate a 240 Hz effect. MotionFlow XR 240 provides smooth and precise detail during fast-action scenes for fast action
movies and sports by reducing blur caused by quick camera movements, enhancing
image sharpness, and overall creating a clearer picture. You can select between
- Standard: Provides smooth picture movement for standard
- Smooth: Provides smoother picture movement for
- Clear: Reduces motion blur for high-speed picture
- Clear Plus: Reduces motion blur while maintaining
brightness for high-speed picture content.
- True Cinema: Images, such as a movie created in 24fps are
reproduced at the original frame rate.
Automatic Intelligence: The TV's built-in Light Sensor
automatically adjusts the picture brightness based on the amount of light in the
room. As a result, you can enjoy automatic customized picture brightness and
save energy without lifting a finger. The televisions Advance Contrast Enhancer
(ACE) automatically adjusts backlight and contrast to the most suitable setting
judging from the brightness of the screen. This setting is especially effective
for dark scenes, and will increase the contrast distinction for the darker
picture scenes. The ACE can be set to High, Medium, Low, or Off.
Video Inputs: The Sony XBR-X850B series
TV is equipped with HDMI (2.0), Component,
and Composite video inputs. A back cover has to be removed to access these video
- HDMI 2.0: The XBR-X850B series TV is fitted with four
HDMI 2.0 inputs to connect your high-definition sources; such as Blu-ray/DVD
player, Satellite/Cable receiver, game system, and AV receiver. In
addition, any HDMI input can be used to connect a PC to this TV. The HDMI
inputs will accept 4K/60Hz, 1080p (60/24Hz), 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i
- HDCP 2.2: HDCP 2.2 is supported only by the TV's
HDMI 1 & 2 inputs. HDCP 2.2 is short for "High bandwidth Digital Content
Protection" and is used for 4K video copyright protection for
compatibility with 4K Blu-ray players and 4K Satellite/Cable providers.
- 4:2:0 Color Subsampling: All of the TV HDMI inputs
support 4:2:0 color subsampling. This ratio indicates that the chromo
channels are subsampled both horizontally and vertically. This reduces
color resolution in both the horizontal and vertical dimensions compared
to 4:2:2, which only reduces horizontal chroma resolution.
- Component & Composite Video: The component video input
will accept 1080p (60Hz), 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i signals. If needed,
the component video input can be used as a composite video (480i only) input
instead. The composite video input will support 480i video signals only.
Note: The TV has built-in over-the-air HDTV (ATSC) and
Digital Cable (QAM) tuners with an RF-coaxial input, so you don't need a
separate set-top box to receive and decode over-the-air HDTV/SDTV or
unencrypted Digital Cable signals.
24pTrue Cinema (24p Input Capability): Many movies are filmed at 24 frames per second
(fps) and prime time TV programs are video taped at 24p. Seizing on an
opportunity, some studios are taking a purist approach and encoding high
definition video content such as Blu-ray Disc in 24p. Sony wisely takes
advantage of this by including 24p input capability via HDMI on this television
producing images that are smooth and natural looking.
MHL Compatible: The HDMI 2 and 4 input are designed for the
connection of select mobile phones and other portable electronic devices using
the new MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) standard. Simply plug your MHL
compatible smartphone into the TV's HDMI 2 or 4 (MHL) input using the HDMI cable
that is included with your mobile phone. MHL allows you to display full 1080p
video and still images on the Sony TV from your mobile smartphone. The TV's IR
remote can be used to control basic playback functions (such as Play/Pause,
Stop, Fast Forward/Rewind, and Menu navigation). Your MHL compliant device will
also charge while connected to the TV's HDMI 2 or 4 input. To find MHL-certified
devices, go to
Active 3D Technology: The Sony XBR-X850B series TV gives you
the option to enjoy 3D (three-dimensional) pictures and graphics. You can enjoy
an immersive, realistic movie and gaming experience in Ultra-HD 4K using the
included active 3D glasses (two pair included). Enjoy 3D content from the TV's
built-in network apps, or your HDMI connected Blu-ray player, satellite
receiver, or gaming console. When using the active shutter glasses, the
on-screen image is precisely synchronized and delivered with the full
high-definition image intact, for an optimum 3D viewing experience. Sony's 3D
technology displays high speed synchronized left- and right-eye images to
deliver an amazing 3D experience. And since each frame you see is shown in
high-definition, the 3D action still offers razor-sharp detail. You can adjust
the following 3D settings.
- 3D Adjustment: You can adjust the depth of the 3D image
to your personal preference, as well as set the image brightness when using
the 3D display mode.
- 2D-to-3D Conversion: To ensure that you can enjoy 3D
any time you want, Sony has incorporated 2D-to-3D conversion, which allows
you to watch your favorite 2D movies, TV programs, or games in virtual 3D.
- SimulView Mode: SimulView gaming presents two different
Full HD pictures at once on the LED-LCD TV, making it so each player sees
only their unique point of view across the entire screen while wearing the
included Active 3D glasses. There's already a growing collection of
fun-filled PS3 games with SimulView technology.
Wide Mode: The Wide Mode feature allows you to select the
screen display which fits the current video image and TV screen best. Based on
the original signal source, you may see black bars around the picture or just on
the both sides of the screen. Sometimes you will see the picture fill the full
|Wide Mode||16:9 Original Source||4:3 Original Source|
|Wide Zoom||Enlarges the picture to fill the screen with
minimal distortion. ||Enlarges the center portion of the 4:3 picture
proportionately, while the left and right edges of the screen are
stretched to fill the screen. |
|Normal||Displays a 4:3 picture in its original aspect
ratio when the original source is 4:3 (available for 480i or 480p
sources).||Displays the 4:3 picture in its original size
with black bars at the left and right sides to fill the screen
(available for 480i or 480p sources). |
|Full||Displays the picture at its original size. ||Stretches the entire 4:3 picture horizontally
only to fill the screen. |
|Zoom||Enlarges the picture proportionately, both
vertically and horizontally. ||Enlarges the entire 4:3 picture proportionately
to fill the screen (useful for watching Letterbox movies). |
Automatically changes screen
settings base upon incoming video signal and content.
Picture Adjustments: The TV's picture adjustments can be
made for a particular A/V input or for all inputs. You can also lock the
television's picture adjustments to prevent the TV's Picture Settings from being
- Picture Mode: You can select one of the following
- Standard: Displays a standard picture for typical
- Cinema: 1 (suitable for a theater-like
environment), 2 (for basic home use).
- Vivid: Enhances picture contrast and sharpness.
- Sports: Optimizes picture quality for viewing
- Animation: Optimizes picture quality for viewing
- Game: Standard (provides standard picture suitable
for games), Original (adjust the game picture according to your
- Graphics: Optimizes picture quality for viewing
- Photo: Standard (optimizes picture quality for
viewing photographs), Original (enhances the visual warmth of
photographs), Vivid (enhances contrast, sharpness, color of
photographs), Custom: (adjustment of detailed settings for viewing
photographs and storing your preferred settings).
- Custom: Backlight (adjust brightness of backlight),
Picture (adjusts picture contrasts), Brightness (adjusts brightness of
picture), Color (adjusts color intensity), Hue (adjusts green and red
tones), Color Temperature (adjusts the whiteness of the picture), and
Sharpness (adjusts sharpness of picture).
- Advanced Video Settings: In addition to the Picture
mode, the Advanced Video Settings menu also features the following.
- Auto Light Limiter: Reduces glare such as in scenes
where the entire screen is white.
- LED Dynamic Control: Optimizes contrast by
adjusting brightness in individual sections of the screen.
- Black Corrector: Enhances black areas of the
picture for stronger contrast. The Black Corrector can be set to High,
Medium, Low, or Off.
- Resolution: The Resolution function adjusts detail
and clarity of the picture.
- Detail & Reality Enhancer: Enhances the details of
- Reality Enhancer: Adjusts the detail and noise from
a realistic picture.
- Edge Enhancer: Enhances the edges of the picture.
- Skin Naturalizer: Makes the texture of the skin
smoother (available for USB and Media server content). It can be set to
High, Medium, Low, or Off.
- Smooth Gradation: Creates smooth gradations on flat
surfaces of the picture.
- Gamma: Adjusts the balance between bright and dark
areas of the picture.
- Clear White: Emphasizes white and light colors. It
can be set to High, Low, or Off.
- Live Color: Makes colors more vivid and reproduces
clear skin tones. It can be set to High, Medium, Low, or Off.
- White Balance: Adjusts the color temperature color
- Digital Noise Reduction: The LED-LCD TV provides
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) to help eliminate noise and create a clear
- MPEG Noise Reduction: MPEG Noise Reduction enhances
detail in whatever you're watching with meticulous processing. It even
helps clean up video from DVD, digital broadcasts, USB and PC sources so
the picture looks pristine and vivid.
- Dot Noise Reduction: Dot Noise Reduction reduces
the dot noise level of video images. ff.
- Pro Picture Setup: The Pro Picture Setup menu allows
for Color Matrix and HDMI adjustments.
- Color Matrix: Reproduces the color-difference
signals. It is recommended to leave this at the factory default setting.
- HDMI Dynamic Range: Produces natural color by
changing the luminance tone reproduction of HDMI input color signals.
- Film & Sports Modes: The TV offers unique viewing modes
for enjoying movies and live sports events.
- CineMotion: This function provides improved picture
movement and reduces picture blur and graininess for film-based content.
- Football Mode: You can obtain more realistic
picture and audio, as though you are watching from the stands of the
PIP & PAP: The Sony LED-LCD TV offers PIP (picture in picture) and PAP
(picture and picture).
- PIP (Picture in Picture): Picture-in-Picture displays an image
from a connected PC (via HDMI) in full-screen and a TV program or external
analog input in an inset window. You can swap audio between the main
and sub window. You can also change the channel of the sub window. You cannot view another HDMI source in the
- PAP (Picture and Picture): This feature lets you watch two pictures
simultaneously. You can view an image from the component video or HDMI inputs in
the main window and a TV program or external analog input in the sub window. You can switch audio between the two images.
ARC (Audio Return Channel): The Audio Return Channel in the
television's HDMI 1 input enables the TV, via a single HDMI cable, to send audio
data "upstream" to an A/V receiver; increasing user flexibility and eliminating
the need for any separate S/PDIF audio connection. This feature allows audio to
be sent from the television to your A/V receiver through the same HDMI cable
already being used to send audio/video to the television. This eliminates the
need for extra cables connected to the TV. ARC allows audio from the TV tuner,
Network connection, inserted USB device, HDMI inputs, or any analog connected
device to be heard through your ARC compatible AV receiver via the television's
HDMI ARC input. The audio from the TV's tuner, network connection, and USB input
can pass as Dolby Digital or 2ch PCM. HDMI and analog connected devices will be
output as 2ch PCM only.
Note: Both the television and the receiver must support ARC
for this function to work properly. When connecting an A/V receiver that is
compatible with Audio Return Channel (ARC), connect it to the TV's HDMI IN 1
port. If connecting a system that is incompatible Audio Return Channel
(ARC), an additional audio connection via Digital Audio Out (Optical) is
Audio Outputs: The Sony HDTV offers analog and digital audio
outputs. A back cover has to be removed to access these audio outputs.
- Headphone/Analog Output: The TV's 3.5mm analog output
can be used to connect a set of headphones or as an audio output to connect
your home theater receiver or soundbar system. You will need a
minijack-to-RCA adapter (sold separately) to make a stereo RCA connection
between the television and your AV receiver. The TV's analog audio output
terminal will output 2ch audio from any of the television's source inputs.
You can set the TV's analog output to Fixed or Variable. You can set the TV
to automatically mute the built-in speakers when a set of headphones are
- Digital Audio Output: An optical digital output is
provided to allow you to connect the unit to a surround processor. The TV's
digital audio output terminal outputs a Dolby Digital or 2-channel
down-mixed PCM signal for use with an external Dolby Digital decoder or
other external audio system with an optical audio input. The TV's optical
digital terminal will output audio from the television's antenna, HDMI, and
RCA inputs. The digital optical output terminal only sends an audio signal
in Dolby Digital when receiving Dolby Digital surround sound from the TV's
built-in tuner, network connection, or connected USB device. The optical
digital audio output will only output in 2ch stereo from sources connected
to the TV via HDMI, or RCA.
S-Force Front Surround: S-FORCE Front Surround provides a
virtual surround experience made possible using just two front speakers. S-Force
Front Surround simulates 5.1ch surround sound, with an enlarged sweet spot that
everyone in the room can enjoy. You can active a 3D mode to generate a virtual
three-dimensional sound effect to match your 3D video.
Note: The speakers of this TV provide different sound images
according to how you position the television. You can select between "Table-Top
Stand" or "Wall Mount" to provide the best sound quality based on the
Preset Sound Modes + 7-Band EQ: The TV offers five preset
sound modes (Standard, Music, Cinema, Game, Sports). The TV is also equipped
with a 7-band EQ (100Hz, 200Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 2kHz, 5kHz, 10kHz). You can adjust
the level of each band between -12 to +12 dB.
Advanced Audio Settings: The TV offers additional audio
adjustments to enhance the television's sound.
- Sound Booster: The Sound Booster enhances both treble &
bass in order to reproduce a more dynamic sound.
- Voice Zoom: Makes voice clearer by lowering background
- Volume Offset: Adjusts the volume level of the current
input relative to other inputs.
- Advanced Auto Volume: The Advanced Auto Volume function
keeps the volume level constant across all programs and advertisements.
Optional Wireless Sub: You can use Sony's optional wireless
subwoofer (SWF-BR100, sold separately) to extend the bass response of the TV's
sound. Simply connect the wireless transceiver supplied with the SWF-BR100
wireless subwoofer to the TV's analog audio output and USB port.
Wired or Wireless Network Connection: The Sony XBR-X850B
series LED-LCD TV supports a wired or wireless network connection. Via the TV's
network connection your can enjoy music, video, and still-image files stored on
your computer. You can also listen to internet radio and watch online movies,
via the Bravia Entertainment Network.
- Ethernet (LAN) Jack: The Sony XBR-X850B series LED-LCD
TV is equipped with an Ethernet (LAN) RJ-45 jack for connecting the
television to your home network and computer.
A back cover has to be removed to access the Ethernet port.
- WiFi (wireless LAN): The Sony TV offers built-in WiFi
that allows you to wirelessly access the Internet and your home network. The
TV's built-in WiFi provides a wireless network connection for the television
with easy and quick setup. With this feature, you can easily connect to a
wireless LAN and enjoy the benefits of networking in a cable-free
environment. A wireless connection requires a home network with an 802.11
access point (802.11n recommended) and internet connection. Supports WPS,
WEP, and WPA security; a dual-band Gigabit wireless-N router is recommended
for 4K streaming.
Note: Sony recommends a home network connection speed of at least 2.5
Mbps recommended for standard definition, 10 Mbps for high definition, and 15
Mbps for ultra-high definition.
WiFi Direct + MiraCast: When usingWiFi
Direct, you can connect directly with other devices without using a wireless
router. You'll be able to wirelessly transfer personal content (such as photos &
videos) to the Sony TV without connecting to your home network. WiFi Direct
completely bypasses your WiFi access point/router, so it's easy to set up.
Streaming of copy-protected content and other certain formats are not supported.
Miracast is a "screen mirroring" function which lets you wirelessly send the
display from your compatible Windows 8.1+ or Android 4.2+ device (with support
for Miracast) to the Sony TV. This allows you to view practically any content
that is playing on your compatible Windows or Android device on your TV screen;
no wireless router or access point required.
Note: The TV also supports one-touch NFC pairing for select Android
devices (like Sony Xperia) with MiraCast. Simply touch your compatible Android
mobile device to the Sony' TV's NFC logo for instant "screen-mirroring" from the
mobile device to the television.
Sony Entertainment Network: Once the Sony LED-LCD TV has
been connected to your home network (via Ethernet or WiFi), you can have your
favorite internet content delivered to the television via Bravia Internet Video,
the Opera TV Store, or the built-in web browser. You can stream movies, videos,
music, and more with Bravia Internet Video; while the built-in web-browser lets
you search on-line content by URL. The Opera TV Store lets you download
additional apps. You can even stay connected with social networking apps. Click
here for a full list of Sony Entertainment Network content (over 200
- Bravia Internet Video: Bravia Internet Video serves as
a gateway to online audio/video content, delivering a variety of on-demand
entertainment straight to the Sony TV. Bravia Internet TV allows you to
instantly stream a wide variety of movies, TV episodes, videos, and music
from a large selection of entertainment apps. You'll be able to enjoy some
of the web's most popular online movie services;
Amazon Instant Video,
UltraFlix, Crackle, Flixster, and more. You can also listen
to select music services offered on the internet with this receiver. You'll
be able to enjoy some of the web's most popular internet radio services;
Berliner Philharmoniker, NPR,
- Social Viewing: Social Viewing allows you to use your
social network services (like Facebook & Twitter) while watching content on
your TV. Enjoy chatting with your friends and check what others are saying
about the show from on-screen comments. You can even enjoy free
high-definition Skype-to-Skype video calls from the comfort of your living
room through the TV's top-panel retractable camera & microphone. The camera adds
approximately 0.6875" to the overall height of the TV when in use. Or, you can use your MHL-connected mobile phone as your
- Opera TV Store: The Opera TV Store provides a
collection of additional downloadable web apps that are optimized for TV
viewing. These apps range from videos, games, weather, news, world clocks,
and social networks.
- Opera Internet Browser: The built-in Opera Internet
Browser allows you to access select web content through the Sony LED-LCD TV.
Using the Opera Internet Browser, you gain access to Sony.com and Gracenote
Music Services. The built-in internet browser also allows you to enter URLs
and do basic keyword searches, so you can browse other select websites
(text-based only). The Opera Internet Browser is not a full search
engine for the Internet and Web. For Internet audio/video/photo content, use
Sony's Bravia Internet Video service. Some web-pages maybe too large for
Note: Video quality and picture size vary and are dependent upon
broadband speed and delivery by content provider. Online content may require
additional fees and/or PC registration. Available online content may change
4K Network Streaming: This Ultra-HD TV even offers "HEVC"
decoding, which means it'll be able to display 4K content from online movie & TV
show providers (like Netflix, UltraFlix, or Sony Video Unlimited). Netflix 4K streaming can
be done directly from the TV; you will need the Sony 4K media player (sold
separately) to view 4K content from Sony Video Unlimited. 4K network streaming
requires a network speed of 15Mbps or greater. A wired Ethernet connection is
recommended over a wireless WiFi connection for better performance. If you
desire a WiFi connection, then use a dual-band Gigabit wireless-N router for 4K
streaming. Make sure the Sony television has the latest software/firmware
PlayStation Now (coming Summer 2014): PlayStation Now lets
you stream PlayStation3 games directly to the Sony TV. Simply register for a
SEN account, launch PlayStation now on the Sony television, and pair
your PlayStation DUALSHOCK3 controller to the TV for access to an expanding
hand-picked collection of PlayStation 3 games to play (rental or
subscription fees may apply). PlayStation Now gives gamers access to some of
PlayStation's most popular games. With a wide variety of games to stream, there
will always be new challenges to find and conquer when the moment to play
Media Streaming: The Sony LED-LCD TV allows you to stream a
variety of audio, video, and photo content from USB (MSC) and Network (DLNA)
devices. Compatible media formats include MP3/WMA/WAV music files,
MPEG/MP4/AVCHD/AVI/MKV/MOV video files, JPEG/MPO/RAW photo files.
- DLNA Certified: DLNA certification allows
you to enjoy various content from your home network, such as photo , music,
and video files stored on your Windows 7/8 PC (or other DLNA Certified media
server/Android device) on the Sony HDTV. The TV can be connected to your
compatible PC using a hardwired Ethernet (LAN) connection or Wi-Fi
connection (via built-in WiFi). This eliminates the need to copy your photo,
video, and music files to a separate USB storage device.
- Triple USB Ports: The Sony LED-LCD TV features three
USB (type-A) ports for sharing your photos or videos, and listening to music
from your connected digital camera, USB-enabled MP3 player, or other USB
storage device. Even 4K photos & videos that you've downloaded to your
USB-enabled device can be played back on the TV in Ultra-HD 4K. You USB-connected device must USB mass storage class
compliant and be formatted in FAT 16/32. The USB ports will also charge your
connected devices (max: 5V, 500A/800A). A back cover has to be removed to
access all three USB ports.
Automatic Software Updates: Automatic software updates are
done through the TV's Ethernet (LAN) port or built-in WiFi. The TV's software
updates when the television is in standby mode. The tested TV contained software
version PKG2.164AAA ( as of 6/24/2014). Visit theSony eSupport site for the latest software updates.
Home Menu: The Home Menu can be displayed by pressing the
HOME button on the remote control. Various categories are displayed at the top
of the Home Menu. You can pick a category and play back content by selecting a
thumbnail from that category.
- Channel: You can view thumbnails of live and future
broadcasts and recorded content.
- 4K Movies: You can watch 4K movies from online movie
service providers by connecting Sony's 4K media player (sold separately).
- Movies: You can watch movies from online movie service
providers, connected USB devices, or your home network.
- Photos: You can view photos from online service
providers, connected USB devices, or your home network.
- Music: You can play back music content from online
music service providers, connected USB devices, or your home network.
- Apps: You can launch a variety applications. Thumbnails
of featured applications and your favorite applications are displayed. You
can also choose to view all applications.
Content Search: The TV offers unique ways to search and
access your favorite and new content from the TV's tuner and network apps.
- Program Guide: You can quickly find your preferred
programs and the detailed program information. The current program
information and weekly program guides for the next eight days are provided.
- Content Information Search: This feature searches for
information about the TV program you are watching, or the currently playing
music title/artist name on your TV, from an Internet database.
- Related Search: When the TV is connected to the
Internet, you can search for related content while watching various content
on the TV.
- Keyword Search: You can type in a keyword to search for
TV shows, movies, and music. Simply enter in the track title, album name, or
Scene Select: You can access the following Scene Select
modes from the remote control to optimize both picture and sound quality.
- Auto: Automatically optimizes picture and sound quality
according to the input source.
- General: Optimizes picture and sound quality for
- Cinema: Delivers picture scenes and sound just like
those in a theater.
- Sports: Presents realistic pictures and sound just like
those in a stadium.
- Animation: Lets you enjoy watching an animation with
superb picture and sound quality.
- Photo: Reproduces the texture and color of a printed
- Music: Lets you experience dynamic and clear sound just
like a concert.
- Game: Broadens your game-playing experience with superb
picture and sound quality.
- Graphics: Eases prolonged monitor viewing with clearer
Closed Captions + Input/Channel Label: The Sony televisions
provides Analog Closed Captions and Digital Closed Captions. The Digital CC
offers customizable text, font, and size. You can assign an icon or name to an
external input and connected equipment, as well as edit analog channel labels to
Power Management Functions: This Sony LED-LCD TV incorporates advanced power saving features such as Light
Sensor Technology, Advance Contrast Enhancer, and the following Power Management
- Power Saving: This feature reduces the power
consumption by adjusting the backlight brightness of the TV's screen. You
can select from Low, High, Off and Picture Off.
- Idle TV Standby: Automatically powers off the TV after
1, 2, or 4 hours when no buttons are pressed on the remote control or the
- Auto Shut Off: Automatically powers off the TV when no
input signal is detected for approximately 15 minutes.
Timers: The Sony LED-LCD TV offers a TV timer and Sleep
timer. The TV Timer turns on the television from the standby mode at a time you
set, and tunes to a channel or input of your preference. The sleep timer
switches the television off after a specified amount of time. The sleep timer
can be set to 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
Parental Control: You can select a viewing limitation based
on the TV and movie ratings. Three presets are available (Child, Youth, and
Young Adult) or the limitation can be customized to specific industry ratings.
You can also block specific channels. The control is accessed and protected by a
4-digit password. You can also block certain channels or inputs regardless of
i-Manual: The Sony TV comes with a Quick Setup Guide
booklet. The TV's full owner's manual can be accessed on the TV using the
remote's i-Manual button.
Dual Remotes: To operate the TV, you can use either the
included touchpad remote control or the IR (infrared) remote control. Using the
touchpad remote control, basic operation of TV's functions and settings can be
made by simply sliding and pressing your finger across the touchpad the remote.
Thanks to touchpad control, videos, photos, or even Internet content (like
Netflix) can be accessed with just a swipe or flick of your finger. To use
buttons that are not on the Touchpad Remote Control, use the on-screen key pad.
Because the touchpad remote control operates via Bluetooth, you will need to
register remote with the TV before use.
Note: In addition, you can program the remote through the
TV's menu to operate your satellite/cable box and home theater receiver,
using the included IR blaster.
Bravia Sync: This TV is equipped with Bravia Sync, an HDMI
Control function that allows communication between Sony TVs and other Sony
equipment when they are connected via HDMI. Bravia Sync helps you connect
compatible Sony Bravia HDMI equipment, such as a BD player or AV amplifier, to
the TV and control the external equipment using the television's remote control.
With the "Control for HDMI" function, Bravia Sync helps to communicate with
Bravia Sync-compatible equipment using HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control).
Bravia Sync-compatible equipment is listed as a new input source in the
television's menu. The television offers the following Bravia Sync operations
for the listed device.
- BD/DVD Player: Automatically turns the BRAVIA
Sync-compatible device on and switches the input to that device when you
select it from the Home Menu or Sync Menu. Automatically turns the TV on and
switches the input to the connected device when the device starts to play
- AV Amplifier: Automatically turns the connected AV
amplifier on and switches the sound output from the TV speaker to the audio
system when you turn the TV on; this function is only available if you have
previously used the AV amplifier to output TV sound. Automatically switches
the sound output to the AV amplifier by turning the AV amplifier on when the
TV is turned on. Automatically turns the connected AV amplifier off when you
switch the TV to standby mode. Adjusts the volume (VOL +/-) and mutes the
sound (MUTING) of the connected AV amplifier through the TV's remote
- Video Camera: Automatically turns the TV on and
switches the input to the connected video camera when the connected video
camera is turned on. Automatically turns the connected video camera off when
you switch the TV to standby mode. Controls menu operation, playback, and
channel selection of the connected video camera through the TV's remote
Note: Control for HDMI (Bravia Sync) is only available for
the connected Sony equipment that has the Bravia Sync logo.
TV SideView Remote App: With the free Sony TV SideView App,
you can control the Sony XBR-X850B series TV and browse its content from your
Apple iPod touch/iPhone/iPad (5.0+) or Android smartphone/tablet (2.2+). Simply
download the this app from the
iTunes App Store or
Google Play Store onto your compatible device. The TV SideView App will
allow your compatible Apple iOS or Android device to act as a remote control and
software keyboard for the Sony LED-LCD TV. You'll be able to search what's
available to watch on broadcast stations and video on-demand apps. You can even
pull up the TV's channel guide on your smartphone or tablet without interfering
with the what you're watching on the TV. You also get to learn more about the
show you're watching right now, like cast and episode details. In addition, you
can tweet about what you're watching from your mobile device or see what fellow
fans are tweeting about in real time. You'll also be able to stream your videos,
pictures, and music stored on your Apple iOS/Android device to the TV.
Keyboard/Mouse Compatible: You can connect a USB- or
Bluetooth-enabled keyboard and mouse (both sold separately) to the television
for easier web browsing. You can move the cursor with the mouse and enter text
with the USB keyboard. Not all web-based apps support keyboard/mouse control.
Serial/IR Ports: You can connect the 3.5mm serial and IR
an external control device (such as a computer or A/V control system) to control
the TV's functions externally.
Mounting Feet: The Sony TV comes supplied with two mounting
feet which allow the television to be placed on an AV stand or inside a cabinet.
The mounting feet must be attached using the supplied hardware. There are two
mounting options for the feet which varies the footprint width; the feet can be
mounted with a footprint width of 22.5" or 62.0625". The television weighs
97 lbs with the stand attached. This TV does not swivel.
Optional Wall Mount Brackets: The television can be wall
mounted using an optional wall-mount bracket (sold separately). The TV has four
threaded screw inserts with a spacing of 400mm (h) x 300mm (v). The threaded
inserts will accept M6 (6mm) screws. The TV weighs 94.8 lbs without the stand.
Note: When mounting the TV on the stand or a wall (with
optional bracket) leave 4" of clearance on each side of the television and
11.875" above the television for adequate ventilation.
Attached AC Power Cord: The television if fitted with an
attached 5' AC power cord which is terminated by a straight two-prong AC plug.
The AC plug sits 1.375" from the wall.