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Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model

Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model

Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
Sony XBR-65A8G 65 Inch TV: BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility - 2019 Model
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Features

  • Exquisite contrast: OLED technology reveals stunningly real detail, depth, textures and color
  • Incredible clarity: x Reality Pro upscale images to near 4K clarity while reducing on screen noise
  • Say It. See It. Connect Alexa to your compatible Sony TV to stream smart camera feeds with your voice. You can also ask Alexa to play music, launch video apps, and more and see it all on your Sony TV.
  • High dynamic range: combined with IMAX enhanced and Dolby Vision for the total cinematic experience
  • Sound revolution: immersive audio emanates from the entire OLED screen with acoustic Surface technology
  • Authentic color: TRILUMINOS Display works with 4K super Bit Mapping to create True to life OLED colors
  • Android TV: 65in flat screen OLED TV with the Google Assistant built in; Alexa and Google Home compatible

Description

8 million individual pixels. One amazingly sharp, incredibly real image. Sony’s new A8G OLED TV utilizes the Picture Processor X1 Extreme and 4K X-Reality PRO technology to transform your content. Experience how the absolute black of OLED combines with 4K HDR clarity and the vibrant colors of the TRILUMINOS Display to display a dazzling picture. Sony BRAVIA OLED TV. Power Requirements(Voltage/Frequency): 60 Hz for UL cUL 50/60 Hz for other AC 120 V for UL cUL AC 110-240 V for other.


Brand Name Sony


Item Weight 40 pounds


Product Dimensions 64.44 x 7.31 x 37.88 inches


Item model number XBR65A8G


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Name 65 Inch


ASIN B07N4PS32F


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 211 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,181 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #29 in OLED TVs


Date First Available August 6, 2019


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Features

  • Exquisite contrast: OLED technology reveals stunningly real detail, depth, textures and color
  • Incredible clarity: x Reality Pro upscale images to near 4K clarity while reducing on screen noise
  • Say It. See It. Connect Alexa to your compatible Sony TV to stream smart camera feeds with your voice. You can also ask Alexa to play music, launch video apps, and more and see it all on your Sony TV.
  • High dynamic range: combined with IMAX enhanced and Dolby Vision for the total cinematic experience
  • Sound revolution: immersive audio emanates from the entire OLED screen with acoustic Surface technology
  • Authentic color: TRILUMINOS Display works with 4K super Bit Mapping to create True to life OLED colors
  • Android TV: 65in flat screen OLED TV with the Google Assistant built in; Alexa and Google Home compatible

Description

8 million individual pixels. One amazingly sharp, incredibly real image. Sony’s new A8G OLED TV utilizes the Picture Processor X1 Extreme and 4K X-Reality PRO technology to transform your content. Experience how the absolute black of OLED combines with 4K HDR clarity and the vibrant colors of the TRILUMINOS Display to display a dazzling picture. Sony BRAVIA OLED TV. Power Requirements(Voltage/Frequency): 60 Hz for UL cUL 50/60 Hz for other AC 120 V for UL cUL AC 110-240 V for other.


Brand Name Sony


Item Weight 40 pounds


Product Dimensions 64.44 x 7.31 x 37.88 inches


Item model number XBR65A8G


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Name 65 Inch


ASIN B07N4PS32F


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 211 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,181 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #29 in OLED TVs


Date First Available August 6, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Exquisite contrast: OLED technology reveals stunningly real detail, depth, textures and color
  • Incredible clarity: x Reality Pro upscale images to near 4K clarity while reducing on screen noise
  • Say It. See It. Connect Alexa to your compatible Sony TV to stream smart camera feeds with your voice. You can also ask Alexa to play music, launch video apps, and more and see it all on your Sony TV.
  • High dynamic range: combined with IMAX enhanced and Dolby Vision for the total cinematic experience
  • Sound revolution: immersive audio emanates from the entire OLED screen with acoustic Surface technology
  • Authentic color: TRILUMINOS Display works with 4K super Bit Mapping to create True to life OLED colors
  • Android TV: 65in flat screen OLED TV with the Google Assistant built in; Alexa and Google Home compatible

Description

8 million individual pixels. One amazingly sharp, incredibly real image. Sony’s new A8G OLED TV utilizes the Picture Processor X1 Extreme and 4K X-Reality PRO technology to transform your content. Experience how the absolute black of OLED combines with 4K HDR clarity and the vibrant colors of the TRILUMINOS Display to display a dazzling picture. Sony BRAVIA OLED TV. Power Requirements(Voltage/Frequency): 60 Hz for UL cUL 50/60 Hz for other AC 120 V for UL cUL AC 110-240 V for other.


Brand Name Sony


Item Weight 40 pounds


Product Dimensions 64.44 x 7.31 x 37.88 inches


Item model number XBR65A8G


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Name 65 Inch


ASIN B07N4PS32F


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 211 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,181 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #29 in OLED TVs


Date First Available August 6, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews You have probably heard about all the great things about OLED TV's picture quality and the truth is that it's all true. I am a bit of a TV fanatic, especially when it comes to video and sound quality. A month ago I purchased a 55" LG C9 OLED TV to replace my aging Panasonic Plasma I had in my bedroom. I use a LG C7 OLED in my living room and these two OLED's have fantastic pictures. When I was offered the Sony A8G to review I was very excited. I had been looking at the A9F and was very impressed with that model but passed on it for the LG C9. Then I heard that the "G" series had just come out and was sporting a newer OLED panel and a better image processor than the "F" series. So when the A8G arrived I decided to put it to the test right away. First of all I love the A8G form factor and design. It is as thin, sleek and has all the typical ports one would expect on a TV in this price range. The base pedal is really nice, it is adjustable from almost zero clearance at the bottom to high enough that you can fit almost any sound bar underneath it. The wall mount capabilities are excellent and it seems like it would be almost picture like against the wall. VIDEO: The Video out of the box is outstanding. Now before I go into detail let me explain, I am splitting hairs here when I compare these TV's. On a Still or static image you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between any of the OLED TV's. All the panels for the last two years are very close in quality. What you are getting with this newer TV panel is just a slight increase in the image quality on a static images. The real magic comes in with the image processors and how they deal with fast moving images and the quality in up scaling of 1080P and even old 480 SD images to 4K. Also Lag time for gaming gets better with each new generation. The A8G is second in line to the A9G and has a slightly slower image processor, but it blows the doors off of all OLEDs that are even a year older. For testing I used my nVidia shield TV playing high bit rate Demo files (580MB for 90 seconds of video). I used my 4K UHD copy of Pacific Rim and for live TV I used a Directv C61K 4K client receiver on channel 104 and 105 for the world cup. The ability to clean up artifacts and motion issues on the Sony was outstanding. It blew away my LG C7 and was on par with my LG C9. Black levels were just as good as the C9 and better than the C7. I think color gradients was the surprising one. I found that the Sony had slightly better color gradients than the LG C9. It's slight but enough that I could notice in the 4K demo files. The upscaling was very good with this TV, it was able to make 1080P material look extremely good and even helped the older SD material slightly more than the LG, which was a surprise. (480P is still not great, but you cant turn garbage into perfume). Digital artifacts and other picture issues were cleaned up nicely by the Sony and overall the picture is very impressive. Audio: I guess most people will be using a sound bar with a TV like this but if your not it's good to know that Sony did an excellent job with the built in sound system. This model uses two screen vibrating speakers. I was dubious but they actually managed to keep the good clean sound quality, especially in the voice range and the rear subwoofers on this TV are actually very good. Overall I would not hesitate to recommend this TV for someone looking to get the latest and greatest OLED. If you own an OLED that is two years old and are into high quality video you will see a really nice difference in picture quality. If your just a casual TV viewer you might not. As I said this OLED technology is getting to the point of splitting hairs. If your coming from a Plasma TV, LED TV or an OLED TV that is three years or more in age this Sony will be a huge step up in black levels and color rendering and motion handling. One last thing, I have never experienced burn in with any of my OLEDS. You really do not need to worry about burn in unless you do something incredibly stupid like leaving a static image on the screen for ten hours.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The Picture Quality Is Amazing.;;Robbyg;;;I have some fairly decent TVs in my home but none of them OLED, QLED or Nanocell. I decided to go all out for my husband’s birthday and get the Sony OLED. I went to Best Buy and got advice bc this TV had zero reviews on Amazon and it’s $2,000. Everyone at Best Buy said the Sony OLED is the best TV money can Buy. They gave me a bunch of facets I didn’t understand about true blacks and the built in soundbar, etc. look I’m just a female who wanted the best TV by far for my husband. The “wow” TV. I will have to discuss more w him and give an update but I’m not so “wowed”. It’s a nice tv, big, flat, thin, nice picture. But nothing extraordinary. If I could do it again I would NEVER spend $2,000 on this TV. I don’t see why it’s worth $2,000. I would love to compare it to the LG OLED and the Samsung QLED. Maybe then I would think more of this Sony OLED. Sorry Sony and sorry Amazon.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;$2,000! Not worth it by a mile!!!;;Amy NAmazon Customer;;;I am usually a Samsung Girl for TVs...So... I needed a new tv for living room. Seeing as Samsung do not make or sell, OLED only QLED which I gather is a variation of LED as far as I can see and relies on back lit screens that burn out quicker and on mass which I have experienced with our 4yr old Samsung 65 inch. . After a lot of soul searching, cause it ain’t cheap, reading reviews and learning about best picture quality.. I purchased the 65 inch SONY BRAVIA OLED 4K ULTRA HD SMART TV. I can’t tell you how happy I am and how stunning the picture is... so impressive, immersive. Sony is not wrong when they claim the deepest black and natural colors bring the screen to life, OMG, can’t take my eyes off 4K movies and programming, even regular tv looks brilliant.. Nice job Sony. Thanks so much. BTW I never write reviews.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Stunning, Stunning picture quality;;Deb;;;Due to a hurricane (Michael, 10/7/2018), I needed to get another TV to replace a 55" Sharp 4K HDR tv. I previously bought a LG OLED tv (55”) and was leaning in that direction until this opportunity arose. I’ve read a lot about Sony vs LG OLED (LG produces the OLED panels for Sony OLED tv’s, so I knew the picture should be great). What was super interesting to me is that even though they have similar OLED panels, I’ve read the picture quality with Sony’s processor is better...I can say that I believe this to be true after comparing and this TV would be almost perfect to me with a firmware upgrade. As it stands, the interface is a bit clunky at times and not as smooth as LG’s interface but the quality of the built in speakers is AMAZING (for tv speakers, not a full-fledged home theater setup). This tv has so many awesome features, awesome sound and picture but needs a good UI update to be probably the best TV I’ve ever used. This is a true 4K tv and has the ability to do true HDR. This is either a 10 bit or 12 bit panel and it has the color gamut to seriously display pictures and movies the way they were intended. The screen gets bright and I see no washout and Zero trouble hitting those inkwell colored blacks. It’s simply amazing because the individual pixels actually turn off to make the screen black and I don’t think that can be beat because...physics. Both LG and Sony have this benefit on their OLED tv’s. Concerning HDR, it has my favorite and what I consistently see to be the best; Dolby Vision. HDR 10 is great but it is open source (which I love open source but in this case Dolby is better to me). The reason for this is because to have Dolby Vision, they have to actually pay to get certified and from what I read, Dolby makes sure they are on par with their standards before giving certification. They also test this “end-to-end” to make sure it translates to consumers. Other tv’s that are only 8 bit cannot do true HDR but rather some lite version. This tv DOES also support HDR10 (which Xbox uses and my OLED LG tv won’t show video games in HDR10 but only videos..which is odd). This tv also has a somewhat newer HLG “Hybrid Log Gamma” which does not use metadata to show HDR. Dolby Vision uses metadata for every frame whereas HDR10 uses only the general metadata as a sort of “one size fits all” kind of scenario. Bottom line, Dolby Vision seems to be the best to me and it has to be up to a certain standard to be certified as such. This tv tackles HDR like a champ! When I compare this to the LG B8 (2018 version), the picture is better on the Sony and gaming is better for me...and sound (and the LG is NO slouch either) but the magic remote on the LG and their OS is better. I like HDR more on the Sony but if you get either tv (OLED LG or OLED Sony), you’re getting an awesome one! Upscaling: This tv does the best job of upscaling 1080p content that I’ve seen out of any tv before. It is awesome! It does a pretty good job with 480p and 720p but 1080p is outstanding. The LG is great as well but the 1080p seems to stand apart with the Sony. Content: There is a LOT more 4K material out there than there used to be but there could be a cost associated with data. Not a lot of people mention it but a SD streamed movie might be 1 Gb whereas the same movie HD streamed might be 3-5 GB...the same 4K movie could be 25 to 50 or more GB’s...HDR adds a bit and it could eat up a data cap quickly and cause ancillary expenses. You also need good enough speeds to get 4K and HDR content (usually at least 25Mbps download for 4K and yet and if you want HDR on top, about 27-30Mbps download speeds. Features/Pros: Has pretty much all HDR capabilities Outstanding upscaling Chrome cast built in (and works well) Kind of a cheap remote...definitely not like the LG User Interface could be faster LOTS of good apps No built-in Internet Browser (I added via an app) 4 HDMI with 4K at 60hz and an ARC (good for Sonos, a/v receiver) Headphone/speaker 3.5mm jack Bluetooth! (Finally) OTA Tuner - I believe it is Clear Qam (needed for digital channels & pretty much standard now) Best built in sound I’ve heard from a TV Games in App Store (I’ve not tried yet) 48 & 3/8 inches wide via my measurements & 27 & 7/8” tall screen (not including stand) RIDICULOUSLY thin! LG is as well for OLED Has IR blaster included Amazing 10 or 12 bit panel GREAT WiFi! It’s not the new ax standard but good. Ingenious stand! Can turn around to accommodate a sound bar (love this); gives about 4” Cons: User Interface could be faster (firmware can fix) You could experience some screen “burn in” on either LG or Sony but it’s not likely unless you watch a lot of news or content with a ticker up top or bottom continuously. All OLED’s have this risk but I’ve not seen any retention (temporarily or permanent) so far. Seems to not allow me to “stretch” the screen on builtin Netflix app (so bars are present). This kind of drives me crazy but this TV wasn’t launched too long ago so I think that will be fixed This, along with the LG OLED are my 1a and 1b (not sure which is which because they are both almost perfect to me) TV’s because picture quality and HDR rates highly for me. I really don’t think you can go wrong with either. This Sony looks amazing and sounds amazing and I’m sure the firmware update will follow.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Ink Blacks, Beautiful HDR & 4K;;Devlin

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robbyg - Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019
The Picture Quality Is Amazing.
You have probably heard about all the great things about OLED TV's picture quality and the truth is that it's all true. I am a bit of a TV fanatic, especially when it comes to video and sound quality. A month ago I purchased a 55" LG C9 OLED TV to replace my aging Panasonic Plasma I had in my bedroom. I use a LG C7 OLED in my living room and these two OLED's have fantastic pictures. When I was offered the Sony A8G to review I was very excited. I had been looking at the A9F and was very impressed with that model but passed on it for the LG C9. Then I heard that the "G" series had just come out and was sporting a newer OLED panel and a better image processor than the "F" series. So when the A8G arrived I decided to put it to the test right away. First of all I love the A8G form factor and design. It is as thin, sleek and has all the typical ports one would expect on a TV in this price range. The base pedal is really nice, it is adjustable from almost zero clearance at the bottom to high enough that you can fit almost any sound bar underneath it. The wall mount capabilities are excellent and it seems like it would be almost picture like against the wall. VIDEO: The Video out of the box is outstanding. Now before I go into detail let me explain, I am splitting hairs here when I compare these TV's. On a Still or static image you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between any of the OLED TV's. All the panels for the last two years are very close in quality. What you are getting with this newer TV panel is just a slight increase in the image quality on a static images. The real magic comes in with the image processors and how they deal with fast moving images and the quality in up scaling of 1080P and even old 480 SD images to 4K. Also Lag time for gaming gets better with each new generation. The A8G is second in line to the A9G and has a slightly slower image processor, but it blows the doors off of all OLEDs that are even a year older. For testing I used my nVidia shield TV playing high bit rate Demo files (580MB for 90 seconds of video). I used my 4K UHD copy of Pacific Rim and for live TV I used a Directv C61K 4K client receiver on channel 104 and 105 for the world cup. The ability to clean up artifacts and motion issues on the Sony was outstanding. It blew away my LG C7 and was on par with my LG C9. Black levels were just as good as the C9 and better than the C7. I think color gradients was the surprising one. I found that the Sony had slightly better color gradients than the LG C9. It's slight but enough that I could notice in the 4K demo files. The upscaling was very good with this TV, it was able to make 1080P material look extremely good and even helped the older SD material slightly more than the LG, which was a surprise. (480P is still not great, but you cant turn garbage into perfume). Digital artifacts and other picture issues were cleaned up nicely by the Sony and overall the picture is very impressive. Audio: I guess most people will be using a sound bar with a TV like this but if your not it's good to know that Sony did an excellent job with the built in sound system. This model uses two screen vibrating speakers. I was dubious but they actually managed to keep the good clean sound quality, especially in the voice range and the rear subwoofers on this TV are actually very good. Overall I would not hesitate to recommend this TV for someone looking to get the latest and greatest OLED. If you own an OLED that is two years old and are into high quality video you will see a really nice difference in picture quality. If your just a casual TV viewer you might not. As I said this OLED technology is getting to the point of splitting hairs. If your coming from a Plasma TV, LED TV or an OLED TV that is three years or more in age this Sony will be a huge step up in black levels and color rendering and motion handling. One last thing, I have never experienced burn in with any of my OLEDS. You really do not need to worry about burn in unless you do something incredibly stupid like leaving a static image on the screen for ten hours.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amy NAmazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
$2,000! Not worth it by a mile!!!
I have some fairly decent TVs in my home but none of them OLED, QLED or Nanocell. I decided to go all out for my husband’s birthday and get the Sony OLED. I went to Best Buy and got advice bc this TV had zero reviews on Amazon and it’s $2,000. Everyone at Best Buy said the Sony OLED is the best TV money can Buy. They gave me a bunch of facets I didn’t understand about true blacks and the built in soundbar, etc. look I’m just a female who wanted the best TV by far for my husband. The “wow” TV. I will have to discuss more w him and give an update but I’m not so “wowed”. It’s a nice tv, big, flat, thin, nice picture. But nothing extraordinary. If I could do it again I would NEVER spend $2,000 on this TV. I don’t see why it’s worth $2,000. I would love to compare it to the LG OLED and the Samsung QLED. Maybe then I would think more of this Sony OLED. Sorry Sony and sorry Amazon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Deb - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
Stunning, Stunning picture quality
I am usually a Samsung Girl for TVs...So... I needed a new tv for living room. Seeing as Samsung do not make or sell, OLED only QLED which I gather is a variation of LED as far as I can see and relies on back lit screens that burn out quicker and on mass which I have experienced with our 4yr old Samsung 65 inch. . After a lot of soul searching, cause it ain’t cheap, reading reviews and learning about best picture quality.. I purchased the 65 inch SONY BRAVIA OLED 4K ULTRA HD SMART TV. I can’t tell you how happy I am and how stunning the picture is... so impressive, immersive. Sony is not wrong when they claim the deepest black and natural colors bring the screen to life, OMG, can’t take my eyes off 4K movies and programming, even regular tv looks brilliant.. Nice job Sony. Thanks so much. BTW I never write reviews.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Devlin - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
Ink Blacks, Beautiful HDR & 4K
Due to a hurricane (Michael, 10/7/2018), I needed to get another TV to replace a 55" Sharp 4K HDR tv. I previously bought a LG OLED tv (55”) and was leaning in that direction until this opportunity arose. I’ve read a lot about Sony vs LG OLED (LG produces the OLED panels for Sony OLED tv’s, so I knew the picture should be great). What was super interesting to me is that even though they have similar OLED panels, I’ve read the picture quality with Sony’s processor is better...I can say that I believe this to be true after comparing and this TV would be almost perfect to me with a firmware upgrade. As it stands, the interface is a bit clunky at times and not as smooth as LG’s interface but the quality of the built in speakers is AMAZING (for tv speakers, not a full-fledged home theater setup). This tv has so many awesome features, awesome sound and picture but needs a good UI update to be probably the best TV I’ve ever used. This is a true 4K tv and has the ability to do true HDR. This is either a 10 bit or 12 bit panel and it has the color gamut to seriously display pictures and movies the way they were intended. The screen gets bright and I see no washout and Zero trouble hitting those inkwell colored blacks. It’s simply amazing because the individual pixels actually turn off to make the screen black and I don’t think that can be beat because...physics. Both LG and Sony have this benefit on their OLED tv’s. Concerning HDR, it has my favorite and what I consistently see to be the best; Dolby Vision. HDR 10 is great but it is open source (which I love open source but in this case Dolby is better to me). The reason for this is because to have Dolby Vision, they have to actually pay to get certified and from what I read, Dolby makes sure they are on par with their standards before giving certification. They also test this “end-to-end” to make sure it translates to consumers. Other tv’s that are only 8 bit cannot do true HDR but rather some lite version. This tv DOES also support HDR10 (which Xbox uses and my OLED LG tv won’t show video games in HDR10 but only videos..which is odd). This tv also has a somewhat newer HLG “Hybrid Log Gamma” which does not use metadata to show HDR. Dolby Vision uses metadata for every frame whereas HDR10 uses only the general metadata as a sort of “one size fits all” kind of scenario. Bottom line, Dolby Vision seems to be the best to me and it has to be up to a certain standard to be certified as such. This tv tackles HDR like a champ! When I compare this to the LG B8 (2018 version), the picture is better on the Sony and gaming is better for me...and sound (and the LG is NO slouch either) but the magic remote on the LG and their OS is better. I like HDR more on the Sony but if you get either tv (OLED LG or OLED Sony), you’re getting an awesome one! Upscaling: This tv does the best job of upscaling 1080p content that I’ve seen out of any tv before. It is awesome! It does a pretty good job with 480p and 720p but 1080p is outstanding. The LG is great as well but the 1080p seems to stand apart with the Sony. Content: There is a LOT more 4K material out there than there used to be but there could be a cost associated with data. Not a lot of people mention it but a SD streamed movie might be 1 Gb whereas the same movie HD streamed might be 3-5 GB...the same 4K movie could be 25 to 50 or more GB’s...HDR adds a bit and it could eat up a data cap quickly and cause ancillary expenses. You also need good enough speeds to get 4K and HDR content (usually at least 25Mbps download for 4K and yet and if you want HDR on top, about 27-30Mbps download speeds. Features/Pros: Has pretty much all HDR capabilities Outstanding upscaling Chrome cast built in (and works well) Kind of a cheap remote...definitely not like the LG User Interface could be faster LOTS of good apps No built-in Internet Browser (I added via an app) 4 HDMI with 4K at 60hz and an ARC (good for Sonos, a/v receiver) Headphone/speaker 3.5mm jack Bluetooth! (Finally) OTA Tuner - I believe it is Clear Qam (needed for digital channels & pretty much standard now) Best built in sound I’ve heard from a TV Games in App Store (I’ve not tried yet) 48 & 3/8 inches wide via my measurements & 27 & 7/8” tall screen (not including stand) RIDICULOUSLY thin! LG is as well for OLED Has IR blaster included Amazing 10 or 12 bit panel GREAT WiFi! It’s not the new ax standard but good. Ingenious stand! Can turn around to accommodate a sound bar (love this); gives about 4” Cons: User Interface could be faster (firmware can fix) You could experience some screen “burn in” on either LG or Sony but it’s not likely unless you watch a lot of news or content with a ticker up top or bottom continuously. All OLED’s have this risk but I’ve not seen any retention (temporarily or permanent) so far. Seems to not allow me to “stretch” the screen on builtin Netflix app (so bars are present). This kind of drives me crazy but this TV wasn’t launched too long ago so I think that will be fixed This, along with the LG OLED are my 1a and 1b (not sure which is which because they are both almost perfect to me) TV’s because picture quality and HDR rates highly for me. I really don’t think you can go wrong with either. This Sony looks amazing and sounds amazing and I’m sure the firmware update will follow.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robbyg - Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019
The Picture Quality Is Amazing.
You have probably heard about all the great things about OLED TV's picture quality and the truth is that it's all true. I am a bit of a TV fanatic, especially when it comes to video and sound quality. A month ago I purchased a 55" LG C9 OLED TV to replace my aging Panasonic Plasma I had in my bedroom. I use a LG C7 OLED in my living room and these two OLED's have fantastic pictures. When I was offered the Sony A8G to review I was very excited. I had been looking at the A9F and was very impressed with that model but passed on it for the LG C9. Then I heard that the "G" series had just come out and was sporting a newer OLED panel and a better image processor than the "F" series. So when the A8G arrived I decided to put it to the test right away. First of all I love the A8G form factor and design. It is as thin, sleek and has all the typical ports one would expect on a TV in this price range. The base pedal is really nice, it is adjustable from almost zero clearance at the bottom to high enough that you can fit almost any sound bar underneath it. The wall mount capabilities are excellent and it seems like it would be almost picture like against the wall. VIDEO: The Video out of the box is outstanding. Now before I go into detail let me explain, I am splitting hairs here when I compare these TV's. On a Still or static image you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between any of the OLED TV's. All the panels for the last two years are very close in quality. What you are getting with this newer TV panel is just a slight increase in the image quality on a static images. The real magic comes in with the image processors and how they deal with fast moving images and the quality in up scaling of 1080P and even old 480 SD images to 4K. Also Lag time for gaming gets better with each new generation. The A8G is second in line to the A9G and has a slightly slower image processor, but it blows the doors off of all OLEDs that are even a year older. For testing I used my nVidia shield TV playing high bit rate Demo files (580MB for 90 seconds of video). I used my 4K UHD copy of Pacific Rim and for live TV I used a Directv C61K 4K client receiver on channel 104 and 105 for the world cup. The ability to clean up artifacts and motion issues on the Sony was outstanding. It blew away my LG C7 and was on par with my LG C9. Black levels were just as good as the C9 and better than the C7. I think color gradients was the surprising one. I found that the Sony had slightly better color gradients than the LG C9. It's slight but enough that I could notice in the 4K demo files. The upscaling was very good with this TV, it was able to make 1080P material look extremely good and even helped the older SD material slightly more than the LG, which was a surprise. (480P is still not great, but you cant turn garbage into perfume). Digital artifacts and other picture issues were cleaned up nicely by the Sony and overall the picture is very impressive. Audio: I guess most people will be using a sound bar with a TV like this but if your not it's good to know that Sony did an excellent job with the built in sound system. This model uses two screen vibrating speakers. I was dubious but they actually managed to keep the good clean sound quality, especially in the voice range and the rear subwoofers on this TV are actually very good. Overall I would not hesitate to recommend this TV for someone looking to get the latest and greatest OLED. If you own an OLED that is two years old and are into high quality video you will see a really nice difference in picture quality. If your just a casual TV viewer you might not. As I said this OLED technology is getting to the point of splitting hairs. If your coming from a Plasma TV, LED TV or an OLED TV that is three years or more in age this Sony will be a huge step up in black levels and color rendering and motion handling. One last thing, I have never experienced burn in with any of my OLEDS. You really do not need to worry about burn in unless you do something incredibly stupid like leaving a static image on the screen for ten hours.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amy NAmazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
$2,000! Not worth it by a mile!!!
I have some fairly decent TVs in my home but none of them OLED, QLED or Nanocell. I decided to go all out for my husband’s birthday and get the Sony OLED. I went to Best Buy and got advice bc this TV had zero reviews on Amazon and it’s $2,000. Everyone at Best Buy said the Sony OLED is the best TV money can Buy. They gave me a bunch of facets I didn’t understand about true blacks and the built in soundbar, etc. look I’m just a female who wanted the best TV by far for my husband. The “wow” TV. I will have to discuss more w him and give an update but I’m not so “wowed”. It’s a nice tv, big, flat, thin, nice picture. But nothing extraordinary. If I could do it again I would NEVER spend $2,000 on this TV. I don’t see why it’s worth $2,000. I would love to compare it to the LG OLED and the Samsung QLED. Maybe then I would think more of this Sony OLED. Sorry Sony and sorry Amazon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Deb - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
Stunning, Stunning picture quality
I am usually a Samsung Girl for TVs...So... I needed a new tv for living room. Seeing as Samsung do not make or sell, OLED only QLED which I gather is a variation of LED as far as I can see and relies on back lit screens that burn out quicker and on mass which I have experienced with our 4yr old Samsung 65 inch. . After a lot of soul searching, cause it ain’t cheap, reading reviews and learning about best picture quality.. I purchased the 65 inch SONY BRAVIA OLED 4K ULTRA HD SMART TV. I can’t tell you how happy I am and how stunning the picture is... so impressive, immersive. Sony is not wrong when they claim the deepest black and natural colors bring the screen to life, OMG, can’t take my eyes off 4K movies and programming, even regular tv looks brilliant.. Nice job Sony. Thanks so much. BTW I never write reviews.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Devlin - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
Ink Blacks, Beautiful HDR & 4K
Due to a hurricane (Michael, 10/7/2018), I needed to get another TV to replace a 55" Sharp 4K HDR tv. I previously bought a LG OLED tv (55”) and was leaning in that direction until this opportunity arose. I’ve read a lot about Sony vs LG OLED (LG produces the OLED panels for Sony OLED tv’s, so I knew the picture should be great). What was super interesting to me is that even though they have similar OLED panels, I’ve read the picture quality with Sony’s processor is better...I can say that I believe this to be true after comparing and this TV would be almost perfect to me with a firmware upgrade. As it stands, the interface is a bit clunky at times and not as smooth as LG’s interface but the quality of the built in speakers is AMAZING (for tv speakers, not a full-fledged home theater setup). This tv has so many awesome features, awesome sound and picture but needs a good UI update to be probably the best TV I’ve ever used. This is a true 4K tv and has the ability to do true HDR. This is either a 10 bit or 12 bit panel and it has the color gamut to seriously display pictures and movies the way they were intended. The screen gets bright and I see no washout and Zero trouble hitting those inkwell colored blacks. It’s simply amazing because the individual pixels actually turn off to make the screen black and I don’t think that can be beat because...physics. Both LG and Sony have this benefit on their OLED tv’s. Concerning HDR, it has my favorite and what I consistently see to be the best; Dolby Vision. HDR 10 is great but it is open source (which I love open source but in this case Dolby is better to me). The reason for this is because to have Dolby Vision, they have to actually pay to get certified and from what I read, Dolby makes sure they are on par with their standards before giving certification. They also test this “end-to-end” to make sure it translates to consumers. Other tv’s that are only 8 bit cannot do true HDR but rather some lite version. This tv DOES also support HDR10 (which Xbox uses and my OLED LG tv won’t show video games in HDR10 but only videos..which is odd). This tv also has a somewhat newer HLG “Hybrid Log Gamma” which does not use metadata to show HDR. Dolby Vision uses metadata for every frame whereas HDR10 uses only the general metadata as a sort of “one size fits all” kind of scenario. Bottom line, Dolby Vision seems to be the best to me and it has to be up to a certain standard to be certified as such. This tv tackles HDR like a champ! When I compare this to the LG B8 (2018 version), the picture is better on the Sony and gaming is better for me...and sound (and the LG is NO slouch either) but the magic remote on the LG and their OS is better. I like HDR more on the Sony but if you get either tv (OLED LG or OLED Sony), you’re getting an awesome one! Upscaling: This tv does the best job of upscaling 1080p content that I’ve seen out of any tv before. It is awesome! It does a pretty good job with 480p and 720p but 1080p is outstanding. The LG is great as well but the 1080p seems to stand apart with the Sony. Content: There is a LOT more 4K material out there than there used to be but there could be a cost associated with data. Not a lot of people mention it but a SD streamed movie might be 1 Gb whereas the same movie HD streamed might be 3-5 GB...the same 4K movie could be 25 to 50 or more GB’s...HDR adds a bit and it could eat up a data cap quickly and cause ancillary expenses. You also need good enough speeds to get 4K and HDR content (usually at least 25Mbps download for 4K and yet and if you want HDR on top, about 27-30Mbps download speeds. Features/Pros: Has pretty much all HDR capabilities Outstanding upscaling Chrome cast built in (and works well) Kind of a cheap remote...definitely not like the LG User Interface could be faster LOTS of good apps No built-in Internet Browser (I added via an app) 4 HDMI with 4K at 60hz and an ARC (good for Sonos, a/v receiver) Headphone/speaker 3.5mm jack Bluetooth! (Finally) OTA Tuner - I believe it is Clear Qam (needed for digital channels & pretty much standard now) Best built in sound I’ve heard from a TV Games in App Store (I’ve not tried yet) 48 & 3/8 inches wide via my measurements & 27 & 7/8” tall screen (not including stand) RIDICULOUSLY thin! LG is as well for OLED Has IR blaster included Amazing 10 or 12 bit panel GREAT WiFi! It’s not the new ax standard but good. Ingenious stand! Can turn around to accommodate a sound bar (love this); gives about 4” Cons: User Interface could be faster (firmware can fix) You could experience some screen “burn in” on either LG or Sony but it’s not likely unless you watch a lot of news or content with a ticker up top or bottom continuously. All OLED’s have this risk but I’ve not seen any retention (temporarily or permanent) so far. Seems to not allow me to “stretch” the screen on builtin Netflix app (so bars are present). This kind of drives me crazy but this TV wasn’t launched too long ago so I think that will be fixed This, along with the LG OLED are my 1a and 1b (not sure which is which because they are both almost perfect to me) TV’s because picture quality and HDR rates highly for me. I really don’t think you can go wrong with either. This Sony looks amazing and sounds amazing and I’m sure the firmware update will follow.