Sony X800H vs Sony X750H
Sony X800H vs Sony X750H specifications:
The Sony X8000H series features built-in Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2, and have two USB ports on the side for media playback through connected USB drives. It supports HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision, and feature frame dimming LEDs. The 49-inch model features edge-lit LEDs while the 65 and 85-inch feature ‘Direct LED’ backlighting. All models have the Sony 4K X-Reality Pro picture enhancement engine and the Motionflow XR 200 motion enhancement. It features two full-range speaker drivers, with 10W output each. All models feature an Ethernet port, legacy RF input, composite video input, total of four HDMI inputs, an SPDIF connector for optical audio-out and a headphone jack.
The Sony X7500H series also features Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2, and two USB ports on the side. You also get an RF input, one composite video input, and a total of three HDMI ports. There’s no support for HDMI-CEC in this series. You still get a single output each for optical and analog audio. The models here also have two 10W speakers, sports Dolby Audio and DTS HD sound.