Sony Unveils BRAVIA MASTER Z9G and A9G TVs at CES 2019 - TeknoGadyet
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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Sony Unveils BRAVIA MASTER Z9G and A9G TVs at CES 2019

Sony announced their new BRAVIA MASTER Android TVs, the Z9G and A9G during the CES 2019, boasting 8K LCD panels and OLED 4K, respectively.

Sony BRAVIA MASTER Series Z9G 8K LCD TV
Sony BRAVIA MASTER Series Z9G  8K LCD TV

The BRAVIA MASTER Series Z9G is the first line of Sony LCD TVs with 8K resolution. It comes in 98 and 85 inch models, and both bring the X1 Ultimate processor to optimize any content for that huge amount of pixels, which is something necessary because it can be difficult to find even 4K content.

They have a full array LED backlighting for higher image contrast; and Acoustic Multi-Audio with four speakers located above and below the screen (two at each end). They will come with support for Netflix Calibration Mode, to take advantage of series and videos, exactly as intended by the creators of this content; and IMAX Enhanced certification for DTS video and audio.

Sony BRAVIA MASTER Series A9G 4K OLED TV
Sony BRAVIA MASTER Series A9G 4K OLED TV

In addition, Sony has announced the new series BRAVIA Master Series A9G, available in 77, 65 and 55 inches. They have a panel with Pixel Contrast Booster to reproduce colors with greater fidelity, either in darker or brighter tones.

There is also an Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which reproduces the sound through vibrations of the screen itself. If you already have a home theater, you can use the Center Speaker Mode for the TV to act only as a center speaker.

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The Z9G (with LCD panel) and A9G (with OLED) models run Android TV in the Oreo version. Sony promises performance will be better than in previous generations, with greater speed when browsing apps and menus.

They will also gain support for the AirPlay 2 and HomeKit protocols in the coming months. AirPlay 2 lets you stream audio and video from your iPhone, iPad and Mac to your TV, including Apple Music tracks and iTunes movies. If you have compatible speakers, everyone can play the same sound in sync with the TV.

Meanwhile, HomeKit allows you to control connected home devices. "For example, users can create a 'Movie Night' scene in the Home application to turn on the TV and dim the lights, and then ask Siri to start the scene," explains Sony in a statement.

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