Good deal – The Sony XR-65A95L “5 star” television at €2,990.00 (-12%)

The Sony A95L television is the first model from the Japanese manufacturer to feature the new QD-Oled panel, brighter for even more impactful HDR rendering. It obviously retains all the features that made its predecessor successful.

Sony XR-65A95L

Introductory price €4499



  • Fnac.com

    €2,990.00Nine


  • Boulanger.com
    Boulanger.com

    €2,990.00Nine


  • Darty.com
    Darty.com

    €2,990.00Nine


  • Son-Video.com
    Son-Video.com

    €2,990.00Nine


  • Ubaldi
    Ubaldi

    €2,990.00Nine


  • Sony
    Sony

    €2,999.00Nine


  • MDA
    MDA

    €3,013.90Nine


  • LDLC
    LDLC

    €3,035.90Nine


  • Material.net
    Material.net

    €3,035.90Nine


  • Amazon Marketplace
    Amazon Marketplace

    €3,311.91Nine


  • Rakuten
    Rakuten

    €3,553.99Nine


  • Iacono
    Iacono

    €3,790.00Nine


  • Fnac.com marketplace
    Fnac.com marketplace

    €3,944.69Nine

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The Sony Bravia XR-65A95L is a great TV. Very bright, the new QD-Oled panel delivers a striking HDR image, especially since it is perfectly calibrated in SDR and HDR. QD-Oled technology takes the advantage over Oled with its very wide colorimetric coverage, which can make the difference on certain content. This model stands out from the competition with its powerful audio system and its long list of features (integrated microphone, backlit remote control, Bravia Cam, Bravia Core).

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Strong points

  • Image quality.
  • Very high peak brightness.
  • High performance anti-reflective filter.
  • Quality audio system.
  • Versatile Google TV.
  • Integrated microphone and camera.
  • Bravia Core (24 months of free access).
  • HDMI 2.1 inputs (4K 120 Hz, ALLM, VRR).
  • Backlit remote control with speaker (for easy finding).

Weak points

  • Disappearance of the headphone jack.
  • Only two HDMI 2.1 4K/120 Hz inputs.

NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude the prices of stores whose the VAT policy is not clear (so-called “gray” stores, typically in the case of imports from China).

Alternatively

Philips 65OLED908


  • Son-Video.com
    Son-Video.com

    €2,490.00Nine


  • LDLC
    LDLC

    €2,559.95Nine


  • Material.net
    Material.net

    €2,559.95Nine


  • Darty Marketplace
    Darty Marketplace

    €3,007.99Nine


  • Rakuten
    Rakuten

    €3,016.99Nine

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The Philips 65OLED908 is one of the best televisions on the market. It not only delivers an excellent quality image, with an Oled Meta panel which benefits from a very high light peak, but also an integrated soundbar for high-end audio. It also offers ambient lighting (Ambilight) exclusive to the brand, which further enhances immersion, and a powerful processor. In short, an ultra-versatile television, with which we ultimately have little to complain about.

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