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Sony XBR-65A9G 65" Bravia 4K Ultra High Definition Smart OLED TV - $2599 Shipped

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Gameliquidations via Newegg [newegg.com] has the Sony XBR-65A9G 65" (3840 x 2160) Bravia 4K Ultra High Definition Smart OLED TV for $2599 shipped. Limit 1.
  • MASTER OF QUALITY: Faithfully conveys creator's intent on screen to deliver the best picture quality
  • 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
  • PERFECT HARMONY: Immersive audio emanates from the entire OLED screen with Acoustic Surface technology
  • TRILUMINOS DISPLAY: Enjoy a broader spectrum of red, green, and blue for rich, authentic imaging.
  • ANDROID TV: 65in flat screen OLED TV with the Google Assistant built-in; Alexa and Google Home compatible
  • DIMENSIONS: OLED TV with stand - 57 x 33 x 10 1/8 inch; OLED TV without stand - 57 x 32 7/8 x 1 5/8 inch
  • IN THE BOX: 65 in OLED TV with stand, remote, batteries, power cord, IR blaster, start guide, and manual
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Best TV available in the USA.....The top end Sony OLED has won the Value Electronics shootout many times
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Don't get me wrong, I'm a Sony fan, but their OLED's are completely overpriced. You can get a C9 for $1699, why spend almost 1k more for this?
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Best TV available in the USA.....The top end Sony OLED has won the Value Electronics shootout many times
What about the Z9G?
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I have the a8f and it is by far the best TV I have ever had and seen anywhere. Recommend this class to everyone.
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Don't get me wrong, I'm a Sony fan, but their OLED's are completely overpriced. You can get a C9 for $1699, why spend almost 1k more for this?
While I am upvoting you as helpful, I have to note that the Sony has imax enhanced capability while the LG does not.

Is it worth $1k more? Not in my opinion.
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note that Sony is using an lg display, the only difference being picture processing , which is hard to believe is worth an extra 1000 dollars.
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note that Sony is using an lg display, the only difference being picture processing , which is hard to believe is worth an extra 1000 dollars.
I'd argue quality is better with Sony. I've had a lot of problems with LG and boards blowing out. Never had an issue with Sony.
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Best TV available in the USA.....The top end Sony OLED has won the Value Electronics shootout many times
best by a minutia of difference, at a "shoot out" sponsored by a dealer that specializes in selling uber expensive tvs.
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I'd argue quality is better with Sony. I've had a lot of problems with LG and boards blowing out. Never had an issue with Sony.
I think all companies have quality issues at some level or levels or their line up. For example, I never had problems with Sony, owned Sony most of my life untill I decided to get a lower end 850 model years ago and it was nothing but problems. Had it replaced 2 times. But on the other hand, every single high end Sony I had was flawless. From the old XBR Sony's and the Trinitons, to the Z9D. Never a single thing.
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Don't get me wrong, I'm a Sony fan, but their OLED's are completely overpriced. You can get a C9 for $1699, why spend almost 1k more for this?
The sony is better because of the upscaling abilities. If I'm not mistaken it is a c9 panel with sony processing power. The Sony is hands down a better set.
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For that price it better be 82" or more
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The sony is better because of the upscaling abilities. If I'm not mistaken it is a c9 panel with sony processing power. The Sony is hands down a better set.
Yes, but the processing advantage is not worth $1000.
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For that price it better be 82" or more
82" oled for $2600? You are dreaming.
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82" oled for $2600? You are dreaming.
Ok 77"
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