|Item Weight||66 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48.38 x 10.13 x 28.13 inches|
|Item model number||XBR55A9G|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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Sony XBR-55A9G 55 Inch TV: MASTER Series BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility
|You Save:||$723.47 (29%)|
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|Mounting Type||Can be wall mounted|
|Connections||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, HDMI, EARC|
About this item
- OLED + PIXEL CONTRAST BOOSTER: Millions of individual pixels are supercharged for more vibrant colors to complement absolute OLED black.
- MASTER OF QUALITY: Faithfully conveys creator’s intent on screen to deliver the best picture quality.
- PICTURE PROCESSOR X1 ULTIMATE: Sony’s best processor analyzes content to bring out OLED’s intense contrast with pure blacks, peak brightness and natural colors.
- GAME MODE: Take your PlayStation experience to the next level with a Sony 4K gaming TV featuring dedicated Game Mode for a smoother, more responsive gaming experience.
- SMART ANDROID TV with GOOGLE ASSISTANT: Use your voice to control your TV and smart home devices, easily search for movies and shows, get answers, and manage tasks, all hands-free.
- WORKS WITH ALEXA: Stream smart camera feeds with your voice. Through an Alexa enabled device, just ask Alexa to play music, launch video apps, turn up the volume, and more.
- APPLE AIRPLAY 2 and HOMEKIT SUPPORT: Seamlessly integrate your iPhone and Siri devices with your Sony TV for effortless smart home management and content streaming.
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|Connectivity Technology||eARC, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Wireless||Wireless|
|Screen Size||55 inches||55 inches||65 inches||64.5 inches|
|Native Resolution||3840 x 2160 pixels||—||3840 x 2160 pixels||—|
|Refresh Rate||120 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz|
|Style||OLED-A9G||TV Only||TV||TV only|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||4||4||4|
Sony’s latest, most inspiring OLED masterpiece, powered by picture Processor x1 Ultimate. Sony’s best processor ever works alongside pixel contrast booster Technology to deliver unbelievable picture quality with 4K HDR clarity. Bright, vibrant colors, absolute black, and stunning contrast come to everything you watch. Acoustic Surface audio+ brings 2. 2 Channel sound right from the screen. Sony BRAVIA OLED TV. The power consumption (operation) is 373 watts while in stand by mode the power consumption is 0. 5 watts
Visible screen diagonal
55" / 140 cm
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This is our first time experiencing OLED 4K and even with high expectations, my initial reaction to the picture is … Wow. The blacks are inky and the colors rich and full. Don’t think I’ve ever had a TV that needed so little out-of-the-box adjustment. Just stunning.
I usually tweak and fuss with the settings on a new TV for hours initially; but this one, while infinitely adjustable, took just a couple minutes. So happy it doesn’t arrive with artifact creating settings turned on by default. The built-in “auto-switch” settings (which, unfortunately, only work on compatible inputs) that sense what you’re watching and change the picture settings to match are a game changer. Put in a 4K blu-ray and it changes your screen to Cinema Pro mode, watch Netflix and it auto-selects the best screen for that, too. Really cool and unlike a lot of default video settings actually seem to genuinely enhance the screen, even for someone like me who is pretty picky about video.
The auto-brightness setting also works wonders. This set is in a bedroom and the difference between watching at daylight or in the dark just before bed is immense and the sensor does seem to work, making adjustments to keep the picture stunning in any light setting.
Not that set-up was without flaw. The remote I received was either a lemon, or something else is up with the IR reception here. Even after replacing batteries with three fresh sets it would only work every third or fourth press, and usually only after taking the batteries out and shifting them around. Possible it was a short somewhere and I just had a dud, but it made the lengthy checkbox set-up process very cumbersome, as it wouldn’t even work with the remote actually touching the TV’s IR sensor.
I use a universal remote to control all our home theater hardware, so once I had the initial set-up complete I could switch to that and it controls the set flawlessly (using TV’s built-in bluetooth which you have to get a pairing code for, which can’t happen until after initial set-up), but still not something you should be struggling with on a TV this pricey.
My other complaint, and why I can’t rate this 5-stars, is the iteration of smart TV used here isn’t as navigable as our other Sony Android set. The apps you download don’t automatically appear on the apps line on the home screen, and you have to go to an additional menu setting or sidebar to access them. Just a clumsy process and the layout of the menu/home screen also isn’t quite as intuitive; The tweaks they’ve made are definitely not for the better.
The one-button Netflix access does work totally flawlessly and is near-instant, but feels like they’ve made getting to apps that didn’t pay for consideration purposely more difficult to get to. Which, again, when you’re talking about a $3,000+ TV is fairly galling.
We did have one other set-up snafu where we had sound, but no picture (menus were visible, but video didn’t display), that I messed around with for way too long before just resetting the system (hold power button on remote for 10 seconds until unit restarts with Android logo), which fixed it immediately.
Other than those fairly minor gripes, both ameliorated for us by other devices (Logitech remote and Apple TV), this TV is simply stunning. Thinner than finger-width it was simple to mount on the wall and comes with plates that cover all the input areas, making it look almost as sleek from the back, as the front. (We did have to leave one plate off, because it wouldn’t fit over 3 HDMI + ethernet and antenna cables.) Attention to small details like that, and built-in cord management, make this an aesthetic, as well as functional, display device.
By the way, when I say this TV is thin, I’m not kidding around. It made the three-year-old Samsung it replaced look like a clunky tube TV in comparison. Definitely a futuristic design with an emphasis on thinness.
The built-in sound, if you’re using it, is solid; better than most flat screens, which is, again, impressive in a model this narrow, and the picture really is second to none, even in a house with multiple high-end TV sets.
Gorgeous TV, and if you’ve got the money to spend, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
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Je trouve que pour certaine présentation, lorsqu'il y a un changement d'image cette dernière est pour une fraction de seconde un peu floue, comme si l'appareil avait un besoin d'ajuster le zooming.