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65" Sony XBR65A8G 4K UHD HDR Smart OLED HDTV + $200 B&H Photo Video GC

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Motionflow XR 960)
  • 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme
  • OLED, 4K X-Reality PRO
  • Wi-Fi + Smart
  • Android TV + Google Assistant
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio




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If you have been saving up those Best Buy reward points to use, here's a nice Sony deal. Sony has two 2019 models, the A8G(lower tier) and the A9G (higher tier Master series).


Sony rarely puts their current model year TVs on sale.


https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sony...Id=6331595

OLED technology

Over 8 million self-illuminating pixels for exquisite contrast, deep black and vibrant color.

X1 Extreme processor

Everything is upscaled to get close to 4K HDR with the Picture Processor X1 Extreme and 4K X-Reality PRO.

Feel the action with 4K HDR, IMAX, and Dolby Vision

4K HDR performance is accompanied by IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision and HDR10 for the most immersive cinematic experience.

Acoustic Surface Audio

Produces 2.1 channel sound from the entire screen, creating an immersive multidimensional audio experience.

TRILUMINOS Display

Colors are as rich and vivid as nature's own with more shades of red, green and blue.

64.5" screen

Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

Search with your voice

You can find the content you're looking for using voice commands.

Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control

Ask Amazon Alexa (device required) to help you play movies, TV shows and more. Plus, control other connected devices like lights and a thermostat for a better viewing experience.

Advanced TV sound

Two 10W speakers and two 10W woofers, S-FORCE Front Surround Sound, DTS Digital Surround and Auto Surround.

4 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

3 USB inputs

Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscriptio
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Funny you should say that. I purchased the LG 55EA9800 OLED (Microcenter deal) more than five years ago and the picture quality has not changed at all during that time period. I can't notice a difference in peak brightness and I have not had to change my calibration at all.

The only reason I may consider replacing it is because it isn't VESA mountable. I don't typically comment here but the misinformation train around OLED TV's always comes out in full force so I figure I may as well offer my experience.
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Rtings is considered the Bible of tv reviews. They did extensive testing for burn in and image deterioration of OLED tvs.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/r...rn-in-test
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Hey guys, Iam first time buying television and planning pull the trigger on 65 OLED this month. But a bit confused between Sony A8G or LG C9 or Samsung Q90R ?
I also a little bit decline for LG C9 , which I could find around $1750 + tax now a days. Should I wait till BF for better deal or grab whichever is available atm ? Thanks for the help in advance.
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I wouldn't recommend the OLED. I used to work for Best Buy, and these OLED TVs do not last more than 5 years. The pixels are self-illuminating and can gradually lose brightness over time. I'd recommend LED, LCD, or QLED, they last longer. Also, these OLED is far more susceptible to burn-ins, so bear that in mind if you decide to get one of these.
Wow, did you work with your eyes closed? Because nothing compares to an OLED. I'd take the first OLED TV ever produced at 1080p over the most current non OLED TV on the market.
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I'm glad LG has some competition, hopefully we see good deals on BF
Waiting for the 55B9 price drop
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I wouldn't recommend the OLED. I used to work for Best Buy, and these OLED TVs do not last more than 5 years. The pixels are self-illuminating and can gradually lose brightness over time. I'd recommend LED, LCD, or QLED, they last longer. Also, these OLED is far more susceptible to burn-ins, so bear that in mind if you decide to get one of these.
Funny you should say that. I purchased the LG 55EA9800 OLED (Microcenter deal) more than five years ago and the picture quality has not changed at all during that time period. I can't notice a difference in peak brightness and I have not had to change my calibration at all.

The only reason I may consider replacing it is because it isn't VESA mountable. I don't typically comment here but the misinformation train around OLED TV's always comes out in full force so I figure I may as well offer my experience.
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I wouldn't recommend the OLED. I used to work for Best Buy, and these OLED TVs do not last more than 5 years. The pixels are self-illuminating and can gradually lose brightness over time. I'd recommend LED, LCD, or QLED, they last longer. Also, these OLED is far more susceptible to burn-ins, so bear that in mind if you decide to get one of these.
Hi SlickFang, since you worked at BBY before, I read that buying from a Magnolia BBY that offers a different extended warranty than the regular Best Buy warranty. That it covers burn in. Would you happened to know if that is true? May help someone on the fence for the burn in concern. TIA
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I wouldn't recommend the OLED. I used to work for Best Buy, and these OLED TVs do not last more than 5 years. The pixels are self-illuminating and can gradually lose brightness over time. I'd recommend LED, LCD, or QLED, they last longer. Also, these OLED is far more susceptible to burn-ins, so bear that in mind if you decide to get one of these.
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If you have a Costco go get their square trade warranty cheaper than bestbuy
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If you have a Costco go get their square trade warranty cheaper than bestbuy
Doesn't cover burn in though
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