4K Ultra HD TVs Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of 4k ultra hd tv would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Great size and the clarity is exceptional!
The features of the television are excellent.
The picture and volume are clear with no static like other cheaper brands have.
I have had Sony TVs for years, this one is no exception in its exceptional clarity!
Highly recommend this TV for everyone.
TOP CLASS ALL ROUNDER
EXCellent sound for any channel,CDs,DVDs of music.Beautiful,satisfying colors esp nature,wildlife,& travel shows.In a small room is not to big,in a large room,not to small..A unimposing size that can fit anywhere,,and has feet stickers to be in a home of children,it can't be knocked over..nor damaged easily,a bonus point amongst TVs.
Couldn't be happier
Very easy to take out of the box (there is even a video on this) and to set up. Being android i did disable a few of the settings, But the TV is quick and i have it connected via ethernet to my Telstra Gateway Max. There is no lag with netflix. The remote feels better than the last couple but no where near as good as their "monolith" ones from a few years back. I would even pay say an extra $200 or so for a better feeling , weighted remote. Say made out of aluminium or the like.
Picture quality is great. I have it hooked up with a Samsung 4K BR Player and the TV can control the Samsung Player with the Sony Remote.
Sound is exceptional given its coming from the screen.
Superb picture and sound but some teething troubles.
Picture quality and colour reproduction are both excellent. However did experience some minor problems post installation (eg; could not change channels.) However, I am pleased to report that Sony responded promptly.
By far the biggest let-down with this rather expensive product is the poor remote. Having man-sized fingers I find this remote irritatingly difficult to operate. Would be great (in view of the premium price paid) if Sony could recall the remote and issue owners with a quality version the TV deserves.
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Amazing picture quality for movies and games.
Upgraded from a 2008 Sony XBR6. Needless to say, the picture quality is amazing and the onboard speakers pack a decent level of bass. This 4k OLED currently supports HDR10 and I am looking forward to the update that will allow this TV to support DolbyVision.
- Silky smooth picture quality with top-notchcolour reproduction, excellent for movies, games and TV.
- 1080p upscaled content is flawless, no noticeable pixelation.
- Google OS is serviceable, voice commands are very handy when it comes to navigating apps and TV inputs.
C...ons: - Needs to be placed in a dark room as the glass surface catches glare really easily. - Difficult access to input ports (HDMI, TV antenna, USB, headphone jack) as they are all located in the bottom end of the easel stand, underneath the speaker grill. Cables with large connectors will prevent the speaker grill from sitting flush
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Now I know what clarity is!
This TV is just something else. OLED is now in an excellent stage of having wide colour volume, adequate luminance, and it really makes the 4k resolution pop. The contrast afforded by inky 0 cdm2 black levels gives so much depth and colour accuracy even rewatching movies is like a whole new experience. HDR content is something to seek out and must be seen first hand.
I do wonder what the bright beasts like the Z9D look like. Daytime viewing on the A1 can sometimes lead to the desire to shut the blinds to get the picture quality of a night tim...
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