Sony A9G 4K HDR OLED TV Review | Stunning, Exemplary Picture



Since Sony decided to hop onto the OLED bandwagon, the company has been inching closer to beating LG at its own game, and using LG’s own panel at that! With the 2019 A9G, Sony has done exactly that. Here’s how and why.
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44 thoughts on “Sony A9G 4K HDR OLED TV Review | Stunning, Exemplary Picture

  1. Felt like a sales pitch. Is this TV future proof (considering no HDMI 2.1)? How is the acoustic sound tech. What about the home theatre situation? Does it support wireless speakers? (like LGs?). A rundown of the Android OS maybe (this one is a nitpick…but still).

  2. Felt like a sales pitch. Is this TV future proof (considering no HDMI 2.1)? How is the acoustic sound tech. What about the home theatre situation? Does it support wireless speakers? (like LGs?). A rundown of the Android OS maybe (this one is a nitpick…but still).

  3. Felt like a sales pitch. Is this TV future proof (considering no HDMI 2.1)? How is the acoustic sound tech. What about the home theatre situation? Does it support wireless speakers? (like LGs?). A rundown of the Android OS maybe (this one is a nitpick…but still).

  4. Due to favorable reviews I’ve bought a A9G and I’m disappointed. The picture is nervous and seems to be only 60 Hz, so it’s not yet flickering but let’s say „pulsating“ and due to this headache inducing. Earlier TVs had 100Hz, 200 Hz or even more Hz for a smooth picture. I can’t believe this is Sony’s best picture, what a bummer. No reviewer seems to criticise this, don‘t believe in Marketing.

  5. Definitely did not "knock lg off its perch". No HDMI 2.1, worse near black/shadow detail performance, worse black crushing, worse tone mapping, worse hdr performance, worse SDR performance, but I mean it does have mildly better motion by like 1-3%. No way this can take best.

  6. OK I have watched this Video several times now and I am stuck at my choice of two TV's…. Samsung 8K QE65Q900RATXX or the Sony KD65AG9BU. I know you love the Sony and I can install a VPN on the Android OS, this will enable me to watch UK TV as I live in Ireland. But which would you go for the 4K Sony or the 8K Samsung?

    Great reviwing by the way…. You should try to get your hands on the Panasonic TV's which we have access to here in Europe!

  7. I am a gamer and I can't see any other options than Q90R and LG C9 i hoped that LG implemented Screen sound speaker that is all
    HDMI 2.1 is a deal breaker to me also

  8. It sits right down on the stand…so if not wall mounted no room for a center channel placed in front of it or low profile sound bar.🙈

  9. I agree with all the comments. 3800$ for a 2019 tv model with no variable refresh rate or HDMI 2.1…LG C9 wins it for me since the picture quality is practically the same and it has VRR HDMI 2.1, which is sweet for gamers considering the upcoming ps5 & Xbox 2. TV enthusiasts will definitely appreciate the C9 as well!

  10. My father had failed oled strip from af8 and they gave him ag8… ag8 is shitty plastic and stand is way higher. Speakers lack bass as well. Avoid it and get af versions.

  11. You had me till not HDMI 2.1 its like when it comes to a different type of product its with a different company entirely. Honestly i think it would be really cool for them to have a Playstation line of TVs from the lower to the super high end (even just 3 SKUs would work) that would has a PS Vita TV built in and you could sign in to your PSN and have the PS5 be able to talk to each other wirelessly and focus more on features to play the games in the best possible way. Id say sortof like a tv/monitor hybrid.

  12. I thank it's funny that watching the same channel (sports, news, etc…) frequently is considered "abusive", "extreme", and/or "hard core".

  13. I paid $3,600 for my first HDTV back in 2006, and that was a 61" JVC rear projection tv, which btw still works but i ended up selling for $100.00…, this one is on my xmas wish list..✌🏻

  14. Oh well. I looked at LG vs Sony for a while in Best Buy and couldn't really tell a difference. I went with an LG C9 and love it! Pretty good upscaling, awesome color and the 4k from streaming is incredible. I probably would've said the same about the Sony A9G, but it was $700 more at the time.

  15. Another YouTuber that’s a creepy sales men sure man I will buy this tv straight away because your an awesome salesmen cough cough an honest reviewer sorry.

  16. Well caleb the lg c9 just won the first ever fully blind shootout in the uk and was rated the best TV of 2019. It beat out the gz2000 and the Sony a9g and yes it was a reference shootout with the bvm x300 monitor all logos bezels and standard were covered I would say that's the way they should all be and again the lg c9 won so this is why you need to get both in and do the side by side then you will notice that the Sony isnt better yes it's slightly better with upscaling but that's it lg has HDR performance gaming and is just the better more well rounded tv again it won a blind shootout that's saying something nobody can say oh it's because it was lg that would make no sense as you see people liek Panasonic and sony when it comes down to pure performance but this year its different again as reviews others are saying the lg c9 is the top right now if you round everything out and for the price especially hell my first choice wss Sony until I got to see them both and then realized just how good lg is this year

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