Sony Bravia XBR-65A9G OLED Ultra HDTV Review Specs

Specs
DIMENSIONS: (W x H x D, inches): 57 x 32.9 x 1.7 (without stand); 57 x 33 x 10.2 (with stand) WEIGHT: (pounds): 46.7 (without stand); 54.7 (with stand)
VIDEO INPUTS: HDMI 2.0b (4), ARC on HDMI 3, composite (1, + L/R audio with adapter), Cable/
Antenna RF
AUDIO: Optical digital output, headphones output, center speaker input
OTHER: USB (3: 2/USB 2.0, 1/USB 3.0], LAN, RSC-232C on mini-jack, Remote IR
Price: $3,800

Company Info
Sony Electronics
(877) 865-SONY
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COMPANY INFO
Sony Electronics
(877) 865-SONY
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HDTV1080P's picture

Good review, however according to the spec sheet on Sony’s website this OLED display does not support HDR10+ technology. Only standard HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. However the review mentions the HDR10+ feature which is either incorrect information or Sony just came out with a firmware update to offer HDR10+. To make matters worse it is my understanding that 100% of all consumer displays in the United States do not offer both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ from the exact same display. If one wants both they have to own two separate displays.

PunchyRedcrown's picture

I don't know if I fully agree with him saying they're too close to call. I think for the average consumer the pictures are virtually identical with no clear favorite, but there are other factors. For one I've read a number of negative reviews on LG's ARC and how there is this issue and that- sound quits, fades in and out, etc. Also, and this is a big one, LG compresses their signal to PCM through ARC, rendering a good 5.1 almost useless. Finally, the Sony includes Netflix Director's Cut, which I understand really takes full advantage of a good 5.1+ and OLED TV like the Sony.

adminx's picture

I always believed cathode ray TV were the best for sound https://hgh2u.biz/hgh-for-sale-uk/

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