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Old 14-04-2019, 12:22 PM   #1006
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Z9F is not OLED.

Are u referring to the Master Series ? Z9F model ?

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Old 15-04-2019, 08:49 AM   #1007
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Hi my KD55X9000F has some issue turning on with the remote control or direct from the On switch from the TV.

I can only turn on the TV after repeated try the On button on the remote control. Once its On, it will show the Sony logo and Android logo, seem like it restarted the system.

Is this normal?
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Old 15-04-2019, 09:32 AM   #1008
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Hi my KD55X9000F has some issue turning on with the remote control or direct from the On switch from the TV.

I can only turn on the TV after repeated try the On button on the remote control. Once its On, it will show the Sony logo and Android logo, seem like it restarted the system.

Is this normal?
Fresh start? Take note Android TV startup is like PC, you need to let it startup after you turn on the main power.

If you try to switch it when it is booting up, Sony logo follow by Android will show.
Such TV are not like older Smart TV where you need not wait for it to startup.
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Old 15-04-2019, 10:07 AM   #1009
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Fresh start? Take note Android TV startup is like PC, you need to let it startup after you turn on the main power.

If you try to switch it when it is booting up, Sony logo follow by Android will show.
Such TV are not like older Smart TV where you need not wait for it to startup.
This happened yesterday on mine as well. Normal turning on - even after powering down and turning off mains power - will not show the colourful icons and Android logo. You just press the ON button on the remote and the screen will come on.

Made me wonder if there was some download or updates made.
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Old 15-04-2019, 02:25 PM   #1010
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Fresh start? Take note Android TV startup is like PC, you need to let it startup after you turn on the main power.

If you try to switch it when it is booting up, Sony logo follow by Android will show.
Such TV are not like older Smart TV where you need not wait for it to startup.
Yes, fresh start everytime after a day.

Press Switch On button on remote control, nothing happen, no light indication on the TV, after repeatedly pressing the On button, the TV light indication below the Sony logo lights up, then followed by a fresh start with Sony and Android logo.

After it starts up, I press TV, its fine. Then afterwhich, I off the TV and On the TV, it does not go into the fresh start mode and it work like a normal TV.

Fresh start mode only happens after long period of not using (for example, last night switch off TV at 10pm, this morning at 10am, it will go into fresh start after switch on TV)

Is this normal?
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Old 15-04-2019, 08:42 PM   #1011
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Z9F is not OLED.
Is actual QLED technology.
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Old 16-04-2019, 02:59 AM   #1012
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You saying Z9F is QLED technology?

QLED is not even a technology to start with, before QLED this term already have Z9 this series tv already. How is it QLED technology

Is actual QLED technology.
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Old 16-04-2019, 09:21 AM   #1013
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One month on and the X9000F is out of this world. Coming from an older Sony tv, the brightness is on another level. Chose this for the FALD panel and image processor. Even gaming on it on Xbox one content is fantastic.
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Old 16-04-2019, 10:04 AM   #1014
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Yes, fresh start everytime after a day.

Press Switch On button on remote control, nothing happen, no light indication on the TV, after repeatedly pressing the On button, the TV light indication below the Sony logo lights up, then followed by a fresh start with Sony and Android logo.

After it starts up, I press TV, its fine. Then afterwhich, I off the TV and On the TV, it does not go into the fresh start mode and it work like a normal TV.

Fresh start mode only happens after long period of not using (for example, last night switch off TV at 10pm, this morning at 10am, it will go into fresh start after switch on TV)

Is this normal?
Normal to me, you have to give it few min to boot.
Did you off the main power switch in the night?
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Old 16-04-2019, 12:55 PM   #1015
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Normal to me, you have to give it few min to boot.
Did you off the main power switch in the night?
Really?? I need to press the "ON" button on the remote control a few times, before the light indication below the Sony TV is on..

No, I did not off the main power switch at night
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Old 16-04-2019, 01:36 PM   #1016
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Really?? I need to press the "ON" button on the remote control a few times, before the light indication below the Sony TV is on..

No, I did not off the main power switch at night
It can be sleep timer or power saving feature of the TV.
When your TV is inactive at night, it will turn off itself.
Take note if you were to change any of this setting
so next morning you can skip the bootup process.

Your TV lifespan will be shorten, FYI Sony Android TV
when you turn it off it isn't a real switch off.
It just put the TV back into sleep like hybrid sleep.

If you feel what I quote isn't true and suspect your TV is faulty
than give Sony a call.

My TV is X8000E so I also experience almost same thing expect I turn off the main in the night. When it is booting up, occasionally I also need to press the remote few times so it can be on.
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Old 16-04-2019, 02:47 PM   #1017
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One month on and the X9000F is out of this world. Coming from an older Sony tv, the brightness is on another level. Chose this for the FALD panel and image processor. Even gaming on it on Xbox one content is fantastic.
For the price it was going for esp towards the end, the quality is solid. Some may say can’t compare to OLED but firstly its a different technology & secondly the price difference.
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Old 16-04-2019, 03:05 PM   #1018
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One month on and the X9000F is out of this world. Coming from an older Sony tv, the brightness is on another level. Chose this for the FALD panel and image processor. Even gaming on it on Xbox one content is fantastic.
Noted with thanks! Meaning if OLED is out of my reach (price wise), can consider X9000F? Saw in Sony SG website that X9000F series has 49", 55", 65", 75" and 85"! ...
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Old 16-04-2019, 06:58 PM   #1019
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Yes X9000F is really a good model.

Noted with thanks! Meaning if OLED is out of my reach (price wise), can consider X9000F? Saw in Sony SG website that X9000F series has 49", 55", 65", 75" and 85"! ...
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Old 16-04-2019, 07:03 PM   #1020
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Could anyone share the last price you bought for the 65X9000F in March/April 2019?

Brand new or display set?
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