Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 VS Optoma PD50

In this head to head article we put head to head the Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 and the Optoma PD50 TVs. Should you buy the Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 or should you consider the Optoma PD50? Lets compare their Picture Quality, Efficiency, Connectivity and Ergonomics.

Picture Quality
HDR Support
Yes
immensely solid
Better than 54% of the TVs, 0% are better than it.
88%

No
bad
Better than 0% of the TVs, 46% are better than it.
17%

Display Type
LCD
average
Better than 21% of the TVs, 9% are better than it.
57%

Plasma
average
Better than 21% of the TVs, 9% are better than it.
57%

Resolution
3840×2160 (4K Ultra HD)
extremely solid
Better than 53% of the TVs, 0% are better than it.
87%

Better than 30% of the TVs, 20% are better than it.
58%

Refresh Frequency
50Hz
somewhat terrible
Better than 0% of the TVs, 66% are better than it.
8%

Better than 30% of the TVs, 20% are better than it.
58%

To sum it up, the In terms of Picture Quality, Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 is marginally poorer in comarison with Optoma PD50.
Efficiency
Efficiency Classification
A+
lovely
Better than 55% of the TVs, 5% are better than it.
85%

Better than 30% of the TVs, 20% are better than it.
58%

Our analysis shows that the Efficiency of Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 is marginally better in comparison with that of Optoma PD50.
Connectivity
Smart TV
Yes
ok
Better than 12% of the TVs, 0% are better than it.
50%

Better than 30% of the TVs, 20% are better than it.
58%

WiFi Support
Yes
above average
Better than 21% of the TVs, 0% are better than it.
62%

Better than 30% of the TVs, 20% are better than it.
58%

The Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 has a slightly superior Connectivity compared to Optoma PD50.
Ergonomics
To sum it up, the When we look at the Ergonomics, Sony Bravia KD-65XE7003 is comparable in comarison with Optoma PD50.

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