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wow...great price on what is arguably the best TV on the market right now


However...not an authorized Sony dealer though
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Have bought big ticker item from this company, never had any issues
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Have bought big ticker item from this company, never had any issues
Issue is them not being authorized dealer. Voids the warranty.
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If you gonna go for an OLED tv then Sony is an ok option hmmm hmmm buuuuttttttt👌 there are some issue with the hdmi port being 2.0 instead of having a 2.1 also there is better OLED option like LG OLED the CX or GX is definitely a great buy if you planning to just drop 3k plus on a solid TV just saying to put it out there LG oled tv does support 2.1
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Lots of problems.
https://us.community.sony.com/s/f...uage=en_US
You linked to a thread about TV's from 2015.
How is this even relevant?
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Great tv. I'm waiting for the next gen which are dropping in the next month or so.
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If you gonna go for an OLED tv then Sony is an ok option hmmm hmmm buuuuttttttt👌 there are some issue with the hdmi port being 2.0 instead of having a 2.1 also there is better OLED option like LG OLED the CX or GX is definitely a great buy if you planning to just drop 3k plus on a solid TV just saying to put it out there LG oled tv does support 2.1
could care less about HDMI 2.1, pretty much a useless spec for anyone who doesnt play consoles
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could care less about HDMI 2.1, pretty much a useless spec for anyone who doesnt play consoles
Yeah and hardly anyone plays consoles! 🙄
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Can anyone explain why I would buy this over the current LG OLED offer that is the same size, same price, and comes with a nice soundbar? I see that this doesn't have HDMI 2.1 like the LG. Any pros to getting this instead?
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If you gonna go for an OLED tv then Sony is an ok option hmmm hmmm buuuuttttttt👌 there are some issue with the hdmi port being 2.0 instead of having a 2.1 also there is better OLED option like LG OLED the CX or GX is definitely a great buy if you planning to just drop 3k plus on a solid TV just saying to put it out there LG oled tv does support 2.1
Yes, if you are planning to do cutting-edge gaming with this TV, you might want to go with the 2020 LG models (CX or GX), or wait for the 2021 Sonys (although those will likely be more expensive for some time), in order to get HDMI 2.1.

However, I recently went with this A9G, because it is very unlikely HDMI 2.1 will be relevant to the movie/TV content I watch. And I had a slight preference for the way Sony handles my sort of content over LG (the panels are coming from the same source, but the way the companies process signals and drive the panels is a bit different).
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Yes, if you are planning to do cutting-edge gaming with this TV, you might want to got with the 2020 LG models (CX or GX), or wait for the 2021 Sonys (although those will likely be more expensive for some time), in order to get HDMI 2.1.

However, I recently went with this A9G, because it is very unlikely HDMI 2.1 will be relevant to the movie/TV content I watch. And I had a slight preference for the way Sony handles my sort of content over LG (the panels are coming from the same source, but the way the companies process signals and drive the panels is a bit different).
This!
The Sony handles TV and movie content better.

I too am waiting for the new models though, they have a new OLED processor that should manage the screen better, plus HDMI 2.1, which while I don't game often, will be something that eats at me in a few years if I don't get.

That said, if you need now, or don't want to pay the new tv premium, the older A9G for a good price is worth it if you're viewing pattern aligns.
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You linked to a thread about TV's from 2015.
How is this even relevant?
Just info if anyone cared to read.
Approx 1,000 replies n complaints.
Not all are from 2015 as you say.
XRB's that are less then 1 year old are failing.
Sony isn't standing by their product.
Sorry to bother you n forum with a non-relevant content.
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Just info if anyone cared to read.
Approx 1,000 replies n complaints.
Not all are from 2015 as you say.
XRB's that are less then 1 year old are failing.
Sony isn't standing by their product.
Sorry to bother you n forum with a non-relevant content.
I can back this up. My last TV was a Sony xbr65x850d and was a good TV for the first year, than after an update the smart TV functions were basically broken. Update after update they just got worse causing me to purchase an nvidia sheild. Now you might think that this was a one off situation but I have a friend that had a Sony I can't remember exactly his model but it was a 900 something or other and he basically had the same exact experience that I had. Seems to me that Sony breaks their own products to maybe get you to upgrade.... Well I'm not sure but I will probably never buy another Sony TV again. I have since moved on to a LG 77"c9 oled and am extremely happy with my TV.
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