Never buy a new TV without first checking out the best TV deals, Sony TV deals, or OLED TV deals, depending on what you want. If you just picked up the first glossy TV that fits into your budget, you’ll miss out on the massive discounts that bring even better TVs down to your price range.
For example, Crutchfield has a fantastic—wonderful—65-inch Sony Master Series XR-65A90J OLED 4K TV that’s now on sale for $800. In fact, it is one of Sony’s best OLED TVs. It’s usually $2,998, or $2,198 plus you can get a $220 Crutchfield Gift Card with your purchase if you buy before March 5th. Read on to learn more about the Sony Master Series TV.
First things first, if you don’t know the difference between several types of TV, you’ll want to do a little research first before grabbing a set. We have a nice guide explaining what an OLED TV is, but also a direct comparison that puts QLED vs OLED in head-to-head so you can see which one is better for you. All things considered, however, this Sony OLED is beautiful and would make an excellent home theater centerpiece.
While most TVs have similar features, the standout feature here is the Sony Cognitive Processor XR that uses AI to deliver a lifelike picture with immersive and ultra-realistic sound. It blends all aspects of entertainment to create a truly captivating experience, which, frankly, is exactly what you want in a home theater. OLED technology uses lighting to turn pixels off or on, and when they are turned off, they completely stop delivering unparalleled true blacks. With Google TV on board, you get smart entertainment and live streaming out of the box, along with all the attributes of this ecosystem like the Google Assistant to control basic TV functions with your voice and beyond. Some of the specs include support for HDR, Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and Enhanced IMAX certification which means this set offers enhanced performance when watching official IMAX 4K content.
It uses dual-band WiFi 5 (802.11), 120Hz refresh rate with maximum supported resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, pixel-level dimming, and 3D surround sound with Dolby Atmos. That’s a lot to absorb and frankly the spec sheets can take a long time for modern televisions and home theater equipment. Just know it’s easy to set up, the picture looks great, and you don’t need anything else to enjoy this beautiful set—except maybe a great speaker or a more substantial sound system.
Normally you’d pay $2,998, but thanks to the current deal, this Sony Master Series TV costs $2,198 — that’s $800 off — plus Crutchfield is giving away a $220 gift card with your purchase if you buy before March 5th. People as long as it lasts, it’s a good idea.