Sony A9G OLED TV Review

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The Sony A9G is the best OLED TV that provides good picture quality. Unlike all OLED TVs, the A9G has a high-end feature that allows perfect blacks to be displayed by switching off individual pixels. It’s the best fit for a medium-light room because it can’t get very bright in the SDR and can’t overcome the glare in a very bright room.

This has a remarkable HDR record due to its broad color gamut and respectable HDR peak brightness that offers vivid colors and bright highlights. It has outstanding motion handling, and the picture appears correct when seen from the side.

Not only does the Master Series Sony A9G feature the best 4K Ultra HD OLED TV we’ve ever had the pleasure of reviewing, but it’s also decked out with an innovative approach to audio that’s nothing short of excellent. Sony’s flagship X1 Ultimate imaging processor does a wonderful job of converting standard HD and Full HD content into 4K Ultra HD resolution. which combine into a truly great Smart TV Experience.

The built-in speakers’ sound quality is relatively decent, but if you want a completely interactive film-watching experience, you may want to see our best soundbar recommendations. Finally, if you want an OLED TV to watch videos, this one has superior color quality should help ensure that you see the picture as intended by the director without any adjustment necessary.

Motion handling is outstanding with a fast response time that leaves almost no blur trail behind fast-moving material. Finally, the TV has a low input lag that will please most games.

Pros:

  • Almost-instantaneous response time.
  • Remarkable dark room performance.
  • Excellent wide viewing angles.
  • Amazing 4K HDR performance
  • Ultra-customizable picture
  • Best motion processing

Cons:

  • Brightness is limited in white scenes.
  • Possibility of permanent burn-in with static content.

Design:

This TV’s minimalist style is something we like very much but the Sony A9 G has the correct design. Thin borders are on three sides of the frame, while the bottom has a marginally thicker boundary, and a tiny, easy-to-miss Sony logo. The bottom is also fitted with a large white LED that illuminates while the TV is on and a smaller orange LED to let you know while Google Assistant is listening.

A flat stand with the Sony A9 G is available which lifts the TV barely above the table on which it is mounted. The stand itself is lightweight and has a comfortable footprint which means placing the Sony A9 G on even a small table is simple. Of course, you can wall-mount the TV with a regular Vesa 300 mm x 300 mm frame if you want.

The Sony A9 G OLED TV’s back has a block-like design, especially around the edges where it’s becoming incredibly thin. However, ultimately the TV is not quite big, so if you have a low-profile wall mount, it won’t be too far away from the wall. There is one group of ports pointing to the left, and another pointing down.

Sony A9G OLED Android TV performance

OLED is one of today’s best screen technology for TVs so, of course, we had high hopes from this new Sony OLED TV. We were not at all disappointed by the A9 G, with excellent results across sizes, configurations so video styles. We reviewed the 55-inch Sony A9 G OLED TV with a range of material at resolutions up to 4 K, including videos and TV shows in HDR 10 and Dolby Vision.

We streamed content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hotstar, utilizing their native applications as well as an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. We have used our 4 K and HDR test file collection to thoroughly analyze high-quality video performance.

Final Thoughts:

Although there are plenty of outstanding high-end Lcd TVs, we find like spending that much money is not really worth it if you are using a new-age monitor technology like OLED or QLED. Sony has put its weight behind OLED displays and the A9 G series of flagships are among the strongest TVs that you can purchase right now in India. This configuration is a perfect mix of what you expect from a TV with the right features, specifications, looks, software, and performance.

Obviously, the Sony A9 G isn’t perfect; it isn’t as vivid as a decent LED TV, and sound quality is only ideal for consumers who are primarily involved in image quality without additional assistance. However, these are minor criticisms for a TV, which is generally outstanding for the content of all kinds.

The Sony A9 G is costly, costing LG and Samsung more than equal alternatives, which is probably its biggest weakness. However, if you want an all-round set that gets all the important right, the Sony A9 G is definitely the finest television you will buy today and worth the price in our opinion.

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