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Sony X950B 4K
Prices for Sony's 2014 4K TVs start at $2200

12 Feb 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony’s three new 4K TV ranges will ship in June 2014. The most affordable is the X850B series that starts at $2,200. The high-end X950B will cost $25,000 for an 85-inch version, according to HD Guru.

Prices on Sony’s 2014 4K TVs

Sony’s new 2014 Full HD TVs will start at $500, and the new 4K TVs will start at $2200. The cheapest 55-inch 4K TV from Sony is the X850B, which will sell for $3000; approximately the same as Sony’s current X850A model that will be discontinued. For a full pricelist see below.

Sony X950B


  • 49” XBR-49X850B - $2199.99
  • 55” XBR-55X850B - $2999.99
  • 65” XBR-65X850B - $4499.99
  • 70” XBR-70X850B - $5999.99

  • 55” XBR-55X900B - $3999.99
  • 65” XBR-65X900B - $5499.99
  • 79” XBR-79X900B - $8999.99

  • 65” XBR-65X950B - $7999.99
  • 85” XBR-85X950B - $24,999.99

    Learn more about Sony’s new 2014 4K TVs here.

    - Source: HDGuru



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