CES 2017: Should You Get Sony’s Bravia OLED 4K HDR TV Or LG’s Signature OLED 4K HDR W TV?

CES 2017: Should You Get Sony’s Bravia OLED 4K HDR TV Or LG’s Signature OLED 4K HDR W TV?

TV heavyweights Sony and LG have just released new, jaw-dropping 4K TVs at this year’s CES, with the former’s Bravia OLED 4K HDR TV, and the latter’s Signature OLED “Wallpaper” 4K HDR W TV. CES has always been the perfect window of opportunity to champion …
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Sony BRAVIA (XE93) KD-55XE9305 HDR 4K TV Review

Sony BRAVIA (XE93) KD-55XE9305 HDR 4K TV Review

Do you guys at AVForums got any good solution yet for the “Android 6” issue while calibrating? I’m ISF certified and we got the C6 Colorimeter with the Videoforge patternbox and Calman software. The issue we’ve experiencing with the new Sony TVs and also …
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Sony XBR-65A1E 65 Bravia OLED 4K UHD HDR TV (Black)

Sony XBR-65A1E 65 Bravia OLED 4K UHD HDR TV (Black)


Precise Contrast. Absolute Blacks. True reality comes to life with perfect black and color. Sony’s OLED TV creates exquisite unprecedented contrast with over 8 million precisely and individually controlled self-illuminating pixels. Immerse yourself completely in the entertainment with sound that comes from the entire screen with the worlds first Acoustic Surface. Highlights OLED TV with perfect black and color. 8 million self-illuminating pixels controlled by the X1 Extreme processor The dramatic contrast color and detail of 4K HDR Pictures and sound in perfect harmony with worlds first Acoustic Surface Enjoy smooth and vibrant colors with TRILUMINOS Display and 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping The stand and speakers disappear leaving only a brilliant picture Android TV with Google Home compatibility gives you a genius TV 4K X-Reality PRO Dual Database Processing provides life-like detail and clarity Live TV streaming no annual contract with PlayStation Vue Life-like motion with Motionflow XR technology Exquisite Contrast Perfect Blacks Sonys OLED TV is like nothing youve ever seen before with truly exceptional black shadow and color. Over 8 million self-illuminating pixels are precisely and individually controlled by the X1 Extreme processor creating exquisite unprecedented contrast. Pure Black Perfect Vision Sony’s OLED pixels work individually and can be turned off completely to deliver absolute black. This level of supreme contrast reveals detail depth textures and colors for a view that is stunningly real. Uncover the Detail with 4K HDR High Dynamic Range (HDR) will change the way you look at TV. Combined with 4K Ultra HD resolution HDR video content delivers exceptional detail color and contrast with a far wider range of brightness than other video formats. The result is the most life-like picture TVs have ever been able to create with brilliant highlights and fine detail. Everything Should Look Like 4K HDR Sony’s newly developed 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme outp
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Sony Bravia 55XE93 (KD-55XE9305) review

Sony Bravia 55XE93 (KD-55XE9305) review

Android TV continues to frustrate, and there’s a backlight clouding price to pay for the TV’s high brightness levels. That said, the 55XE9305 nonetheless improves on Sony’s 2016’s Slim Backlight Drive models in every way, delivering in the process …
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Sony Bravia OLED TV 2017

Sony Bravia OLED TV 2017

Sony just revealed its flagship XBR-A1E Bravia 4K OLED TV on CES 2017. It is very very thin. Not as thin as LG OLED W7 Signature model but it is very thin. All of the electronic components in the new Sony Bravia OLED TV had to be moved to the fold-out …
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Sony’s Bravia XBR-A1E OLED could be the first flat-screen TV with sound that doesn’t suck

Sony’s Bravia XBR-A1E OLED could be the first flat-screen TV with sound that doesn’t suck

Sony had just one OLED TV in its lineup prior to CES, a 30-inch model that it sold to Hollywood professionals for $ 18,000 a pop. Now it’s found a reason to build a consumer OLED to compete with its arch-rival and longtime OLED proponent LG: a new audio …
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Sony’s new Bravia OLED TV makes the screen the speaker

Sony’s new Bravia OLED TV makes the screen the speaker

And with its new line of Bravia OLED TVs unveiled at CES, Sony’s doing something new with the panel – it’s using it as a speaker. Since OLED panels don’t require any backlighting as is the case with LCD panels, with the new flagship A1E Bravia OLED …
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Sony Bravia OLED A1E

Sony Bravia OLED A1E

Every January, we at The Coolector eagerly anticipate the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas, our glimpse at everything that’s to come in the world of tech. From day one, major players brought their A-game announcing everything from three …
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