Our OLED screens comprise over 8 million self-illuminating pixels that are precisely and individually controlled. Because each pixel can be activated or turned off completely, the variance between light and dark is greatly enhanced with incredibly deep blacks and dazzling lights. You’ll see more accurate detail, depth and textures in dark scenes, making OLED TV especially good for movies.
With pictures created by millions of individually controlled pixels, everything is sharp and clear on OLED - even fast-moving action scenes and sports.
On some TVs, pictures can look pale and colourless when viewed from the sides. OLED widens the area of colour reproduction at high brightness so you'll see the same colours from the sides as you do from the centre.
Sound comes directly from the screen with Sony OLED TVs, precisely aligning what you hear with what you see, making your viewing much more immersive.
Our LCD televisions with backlighting fill the screen with brightness, allowing the TV to reproduce colourful scenes even in bright rooms.
Sony LCD televisions which are Full Array LED include zones of LEDs that can be lit or dimmed independently to give more realistic peaks of brightness, more accurate shadow detail and deeper, inkier blacks. All Full Array LED models feature X-tended Dynamic Range™ PRO, a unique Sony technology that enhances light and dark by accurately controlling LEDs so specific areas of the screen can be incredibly bright while others remain pitch black. The result is ultra realistic, three-dimensional pictures that bring scenes to life.
Today’s 4K TVs with enhanced resolution keep pictures sharp and smooth, even when sitting close to the screen or watching larger screens. As a general rule, we recommend the height of the TV to be two-thirds of the distance between the TV and your viewing position.
Viewing distance: ①90cm: 49" ②100cm: 55" ③120cm: 65" ④140cm:75" ⑤160cm: 85"
With thinner bezels on our latest televisions, you can now choose a larger screen without increasing the overall size of your TV. Your viewing will also be more immersive as you’ll find yourself focusing on the action, not the frame around the screen.
Movies include a lot of dark scenes so it’s important to have a TV with deep blacks and dazzling lights to bring scenes alive with depth and detail. You'll also want harmony between what you see and what you hear so you can enjoy a more realistic, theatre-like experience.
The main issue when watching fast-moving sports like football and motor racing is blur. Make sure you choose a TV with enhanced sharpness to keep the action clear.
OLED features millions of independently illuminated pixels for extraordinary sharpness. Even when watching fast-moving sports, you’ll see minimal afterimage or blur.
Look out for X-Motion Clarity™, a Sony technology that reduces blur by inserting black images between images. It uses an independent panel control to optimize light emission and keep scenes clear without losing brightness.
Although 4K TVs are becoming increasingly popular, some TV programmes including shows and news bulletins are still being broadcast in less than 2K. Look for TVs with 4K X-Reality™ PRO, which upscale low resolution content to close to 4K using a unique Sony database.
With Sony Smart TV’s, you’ll be able to watch online services easily via apps. Services like YouTube and Netflix open up worlds of exciting entertainment and in better picture quality too.
With our Smart TVs, you can stream video-on-demand services like YouTube easily through apps for a whole new entertainment experience. A YouTube button on the remote control allows easy browsing with just one click.
Selected Sony TVs are Netflix Recommended TVs which are authorised by Netflix including a Netflix button on the remote and voice control for easy access. Netflix Calibrated Mode preserves the picture quality of the studio evaluation master so you see just what the creator intended.
With Sony's Acoustic Surface Audio technology, the screen vibrates so that sound appears to follow the action and come from the place where it is supposed to come from.
With Sony's Acoustic Multi Audio, sound seems to come directly from the centre of the screen, closely matching pictures.