Smart TV Manual Sony – Each Sony Bravia TV model and fix number was clarified. There is a new and radical group of televisions, which includes a lot of 4K HDR sets. This is what everyone wants to say and everything else you should know before getting one.
The following is the entire Sony Bravia TV line for 2018. The most energetic models here are the Sony AF8 OLED and the Sony XF90 / X900F, however, it deserves to look at what’s left of the range.
Smart TV Manual Sony – Before immersing myself in the subtle elements of Sony, I take the opportunity to draw attention to the specific reality of welcome that most of the range will offer HDR. In fact, even those who are not 4K. They will reinforce HDR10 out of the box, and the best models (ZD9, A1, AF8, XF90) will get Dolby Vision through an online programming update.
So, now everyone can have HDR, obviously a more impressive improvement than 4K, without spending fundamentally on an expensive model. Sony did it in 2017; to the extent that I know, they were the main producer in doing it as such. It’s a splendid move, especially for players who have a PS4 Slim with HDR but not the 4K PS4 Pro.
Smart TV Manual Sony – Speaking of HDR, most of Sony’s 2018 (and 2017) TVs will have the ability to deal with Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG). There really is nothing to see in HLG at this time, however, it can not hurt the future verification of your TV.
Similarly, 3D is no more. Sony tried to say that none of its 2017 models confirmed 3D, and in 2018 it was not specified. It is anything but a shock; The interest to use additional specifications in his family room has come out of a bluff.
With that out of the ordinary, how about we take a look somewhere in the range of 2018 TVs? I will leave my 2017 scope at the base, since a significant number of those models are still accessible.
Sony ZD9 (Z9D in the US): 65, 75 and 100 inches
- Sony KD-65ZD9 / XBR-65Z9D
- Sony KD-75ZD9 / XBR-75Z9D
- Sony KD-100ZD9 / XBR-100Z9D
Smart TV Manual Sony – This in fact is not a 2018 model. It was downloaded at the end of 2016 and in 2018 it maintains its status as the main Sony LCD. That’s because it’s dazzling. It is one of the few models of LCD that uses the diminution of the proximity of the complete clusters, which implies a precision and consistency of the illumination much better than the normal LCDs with illumination of edge.
Sony A1 OLED (A1E in the US): 55, 65 and 77 inches
- Sony KD-55A1 / XBR-55A1E
- Sony KD-65A1 / XBR-65A1E
- Sony-KD77A1 / XBR-77A1E
Smart TV Manual Sony – It is not exclusively this the first Sony 4K OLED TV, since this device has no speakers and has an extravagant technology that shakes the screen to produce sound. It must be seen and heard to be accepted. This was extraordinary compared to other TVs in 2017, and it’s good to the point that Sony has decided to keep it available for use in 2018.
- Sony AF8 OLED (Sony A8F in the US): 55 and 65 inches
- Sony KD-55AF8 / Sony XBR-55A8F
- Sony KD-65AF8 / Sony XBR-65A8F
Smart TV Manual Sony – This was the main Sony television that will be presented in 2018, although it is not really new in the imagination. That’s because it’s a kind of change to the amazing OLED of A1.
Not all people loved the An edge and the 5-degree inclination towards the A1, so Sony made an option with a general plinth, and it stands erect. Okay, in fact there is still a lower inclination for welfare reasons, but now it is close to 2 degrees. In any case, by not having a larger one, the collapse remains in the back means that this is less demanding to assemble the divider, if that is what you need.
Smart TV Manual Sony – The quality of image and sound is indistinguishable from A1, the key contrast is in the outline. As far as I can tell, the main reason that this model is located ‘below’ the A1 in the chain of control of Sony Bravia is that it is sent with an elastic remote control, compared to the aluminum A1 and the elastic. Funny and still nothing is known about a 77-inch AF8.
Why is Sony downloading a change, instead of an absolutely new OLED in 2018? Well, the Sony A1 has been hugely conventional, so it’s a good omen to do something similar again and simply provide food for a marginally larger gathering of people. That approach has the advantage of lower costs: it has been claimed that the Sony KD-55AF8 will hit stores at £ 2499 (or € 2949), while the Sony KD-65AF8 will cost £ 3299 (or € 3899).
Sony XF90 (Sony X900F in the US): 49, 55, 65 and 75 inches
- Sony KD-49XF9005 / Sony XBR-49X900F
- Sony KD-55XF9005 / Sony XBR-55X900F
- Sony KD-65XF9005 / Sony XBR-65X900F
- Sony KD-75XF9005 / Sony XBR-75X900F
Currently this is a curious question. As OLED TVs occupy a greater number of ‘first class’ openings, LCD TVs are sliding down the middle.
Smart TV Manual Sony Download List
- Sony X940E User Manual 4K Ultra HD (HDR) Smart TV (Android TV™)
- Sony X800E User Manual 4K Ultra HD (HDR) Smart Android TV
- Sony X900E User Manual / User Guide High Dynamic Range (HDR) Smart TV
- Sony XBR55A1E User Manual Bravia OLED 4K HDR TV
- Sony Z9D4K User Manual Ultra HD High Dynamic Range Smart TV
- Sony KD-55XE8596 4K HDR Android Smart TV User Manual
- Sony XBR65A1E 4k HDR Smart TV User Manual
- Sony 75″ Class 4K Ultra HDTV Smart TV User Manual
- Sony XBR-X850D LED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV User Manual
- Sony XBR-X930E Bravia LED 4K Ultra HD HDR User Manual