Sony Bravia A1E OLED TV Is Basically A Big Speaker

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For quite some time, LG has had the monopoly on OLED televisions, and we couldn’t help but fall in love with them. Super rich colors at an unprecedented quality turned television into an extraordinary experience. Well, thanks to a new unveiling at CES 2017, Sony has not only made their own OLED television, but they did something that has never been imagined before. Check out the Sony Bravia A1E.

Featuring a solid 4K Ultra HD OLED configuration, this TV boasts an astonishing 8 million self-illuminating pixels. Each and every pixel is precisely and individually controlled to give you astonishing contrast and outstanding colors.

Sony Bravia at CES

The Bravia A1E promises outstanding colors and deep blacks. However, the beauty lays in its ‘Acoustic Surface’; meaning, the entire screen is one big speaker.

The Bravia was also designed to be the epitome of sophistication. Even though it does not reach the super thin “wallpaper” design of LG’s latest OLED, it does have its own benefits. The stand is constructed to be slim and stylish, and most importantly, hidden away behind the TV. As for the speakers, this TV requires no sound bar, and this is what makes it so special. The Bravia gets its acoustics from the screen itself. That’s right, the screen itself vibrates to create the compression waves for the acoustics. This is achieved through something Sony is calling “Acoustic Surface”. Check out the video below.

Sony Bravia A1E OLED side view

Designed to be sophisticated, the stand and input ports are neatly tucked away behind the TV. This gives you greater viewing pleasure.

Besides this, the Bravia will be powered by a 4K HDR X1 Extreme Processor, and it will support Dolby Visions HDR format. It will also deliver fantastic colors and deep blacks for perfect viewing pleasure.

At the moment there is still no pricing available, but it will be available in 55, 65 and 77-inch sizes. [via]

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