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Sony XBR-65A8G 65" BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV - $2099 Shipped

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Gameliquidations via Newegg [newegg.com] has the Sony XBR-65A8G 65" BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV for $2,099 shipped. Limit 1.

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  • OLED TV Over 8 million self-illuminating pixels for exquisite contrast deep black and vibrant color
  • Everything you watch looks like 4K HDR with the X1 Extreme processor and 4K X-Reality PRO
  • 4K HDR1 - HDR10 HLG IMAX Enhanced and Dolby Vision support for incredible detail and clarity
  • Pictures and sound in perfect harmony with Sonys Acoustic Surface technology
  • Enjoy smooth and vibrant colors with TRILUMINOS Display 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping
  • Innovative TV design with reversible two-way stand and super-close wall mounting
  • Content appears with lifelike motion with Motionflow XR technology and native 120Hz refresh rate
  • Android TV with the Google Assistant built in gives you a genius TV
  • Compatible with Google Home Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit for an even smarter home
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Great price! Thank you OP
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Just curious, I have the 65" LG OLED. What makes this $500 better?
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Just curious, I have the 65" LG OLED. What makes this $500 better?
Not $500 better but IMO, Sony processing and Android TV are superior.
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Sony stands by their product and will continue to provide the updates needed to keep the equipment up to date. LG will stop supporting it after a year or so, and focus on their next big thing.
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Sony uses LG boards. It's really if you prefer Android over LGs OS.
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The LG E9 65" is only $100 + tax Illinois ($1,999) cheaper than this .
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/sony-a9g-vs-lg-e9/833/907?usage=10135&threshold=0.1
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Is this the latest model? Or what year is this?
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Not $500 better but IMO, Sony processing and Android TV are superior.
Better processor, sure. But I'd argue that Web OS is vastly superior to the Android OS on these TVs.
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This doesn't have HDMI 2.1 right?
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Sony stands by their product and will continue to provide the updates needed to keep the equipment up to date. LG will stop supporting it after a year or so, and focus on their next big thing.
I have a 2016 LG model just received an update yesterday i ignore updates never installed them. but this tv may have had updates installed in the past

the only thing i don't like about my model - upscale of standard definition resolution has like blocks or squares or something...visible whey three five feet away from TV.. I am assuming that's what Sony may be better at?
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In for 3 for friends and family. Thanks OP!
At the price you are going to be sorry that you didn't get a spare.
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Sony stands by their product and will continue to provide the updates needed to keep the equipment up to date. LG will stop supporting it after a year or so, and focus on their next big thing.
Funny, my 2016 OLED TVs just got an update yesterday.​

Don't spread misinformation and know what you are talking about.
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Not $500 better but IMO, Sony processing and Android TV are superior.
I call BS on this -- Sony has a poor track record on Android and Android ain't stable for TV. I'd go for any non-Android TV anyday, far superior.
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