Video Features Audio Features Network & USB Functions Remote, Voice, & App Control Convenience Features Mounting Options
OLED Technology: This TV screen has millions of
self-illuminating OLED pixels that can be individually activated to reproduce
truly lifelike pictures. With over 8 million self-illuminating, individually
controlled OLED pixels, you'll see real black, incredible contrast, and lifelike
color. These OLED pixels work individually and can be turned off completely to
deliver absolute black. Each pixel can go from off to bright in a fraction of a
second. Because each pixel lights up independently, you'll see more accurate
detail, color, and shades in every scene. This level of supreme contrast reveals
detail, depth, textures, and colors for a view that's stunningly real. See video
images that are bright and clear from any angle. Even in fast-moving scenes
there's no blur; you'll see everything in perfect clarity.
4K HDR: For the ultimate in picture quality, this TV pairs
the brilliance of 4K clarity with the brightness, color, and detail of High
Dynamic Range (HDR). Combined with 4K Ultra HD resolution, HDR video content
delivers exceptional detail, color and contrast, with a far wider range of
brightness than other video formats. The result is the most lifelike picture TVs
have ever been able to create, with brilliant highlights and fine detail.
- Ultra 4K Resolution: See more on TV than ever before
with over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2
million (1,920 x 1,080) on a1080p HDTV. Its detail is so vivid and crisp,
even when viewed from close distances; it's nearly impossible to discern a
single pixel, even from inches away.
- HDR (High Dynamic Range): High Dynamic Range (HDR)
enhances the dynamic range of a picture, increasing the contrast between the
brightest whites and darkest blacks. Every pixel is made more accurate,
regardless of resolution, bringing scenes to life with greater detail. HDR's
greater dynamic range of luminosity or brightness levels brings greater
contrast & wider color spectrum to the screen. This increased contrast
reveals the subtle nuances of the image, from detailed blacks and shadows to
the brightest whites and colors, plus greater depth. Previously hidden areas
of dark shadow and sunlight are now full of clarity and detail. Movies and
TV shows in HDR are closer to the original recording and the director's
vision with more brightness, contrast and color, for a truly lifelike
- HDR 10: HDR 10 is an open standard and currently
the most popular HDR format on the market. It supports 10-bit color and
1,000 nits. It uses static metadata at the start of a movie to tell the
receiver and your TV that the video content is encoded using HDR.
- HLG: HLG (Hybrid-Log Gamma) is primarily designed
for live video feed and over-the-air broadcasts. It uses no pre-encoded
metadata and is backwards compatible with SDR. HLG's native
compatibility allows much of today's existing SDR infrastructure to be
re-used for HDR in the future.
- Dolby Vision (Firmware Update Available): Unlike HDR 10 which contains static metadata
and HLG which uses not metadata, Dolby Vision adjusts brightness, color,
and contrast automatically for each scene. Dynamic metadata carries
information that maps every image to your TV's display capabilities, so
you see more of what the content creator intended.
Note: Please use a premium high speed HDMI cable with 18
Gbps and above to view HDR content.
4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme: Sony's 4K HDR Processor X1
Extreme includes powerful real-time image processing for ultra detailed picture.
Made to enhance the latest generation of 4K HDR pictures, the 4K HDR Processor
X1 Extreme brings reality to every scene. With 40% more real-time image
processing than our renowned 4K Processor X1, it delivers unprecedented picture
quality for everything you watch, upscaling content from any source nearer to
4K. The 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme uses Super Bit
Mapping 4K HDR technology, Precision Color Mapping, Object-based HDR Remaster, and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer to produce pure colors
at higher brightness levels for truly natural pictures.
- Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR: Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR
creates a smoother, more natural picture by minimizing its color banding.
With 14-bit powerful signal processing, it breaks up the solid bands of
color of an 8-bit or 10-bit source, up-converting to 14-bit equivalent
gradation, with 64x more color levels. It delivers graceful reproduction of
faces, sunsets, and other areas of subtle color. It creates smooth, natural
4K TV picture quality as you watch, without the "banding" that can occur on
- Precision Color Mapping: Precision Color Mapping
independently analyzes every scene and pixel so the perfect shade and tone
are applied dynamically for rich, natural colors. It enhances and optimizes
colors individually and finely in real time. It controls every color
perfectly for rich and natural results.
- Object-Based HDR Remaster: With Object-based HDR
remaster, the color in individual objects on screen is analyzed and the
contrast adjusted; unlike most TVs where contrast is only adjusted along one
black-to-white contrast curve. Because objects are remastered individually,
this TV can reproduce greater depth, textures, and more realistic pictures.
By analyzing the objects in each scene individually, Object-based HDR
remaster optimizes and enhances color and contrast. It brings everything you
watch closer to the quality of HDR. Dark elements get darker, bright
elements brighter, and everything in between is more accurately lit, for
realism in every scene never-before-possible on our TVs. You'll see contours
on mountains, hidden textures on flowers, depth in clouds, and wildlife has
the contrast and color of nature, for a more natural and realistic picture
- Dynamic Contrast Enhancer: The Dynamic Contrast
Enhancer optimizes the range of brightness frame-by-frame according to
what's happening on screen to reproduce deeper blacks, brighter whites, and
more video color.
Note: Sony's OLED TVs are designed to prevent image burn-in. The TV's 4K HDR
Processor X1 Extreme detects if there is a static image on screen and shifts the
pixel to avoid burn-in or image retention.
4K X-Reality Pro Upscaler w/ Dual Database Processing: Sony's 4K X-Reality Pro Upscaler
w/ Dual Database Processing enhances Ultra-HD, HD, and SD images by analyzing
and refining images with beautifully natural detail and clarity. One database is
used to clean the picture, reducing on-screen noise. The other is used to
upscale the resolution, improving clarity. These two powerful image improvement
databases work together, dynamically improving pixels in real time. Each
database has tens of thousands of references, amassed from our experience
creating content for TV and movies over the years. With 4K X-Reality PRO and
Dual Database Processing, every image is upscaled closer to true 4K quality for remarkable clarity. This 4K television upscales
your favorite TV shows, DVD and Blu-ray movies, even video-on-demand content,
and smartphone videos to Ultra-HD.
- Noise Reduction Database: Compressed noise is identified by the
database, which includes "before and after" data on what a picture should
look like and removes the compressed picture noise
- Upscaling Database: The upscaling database also includes "before
and after" data, which is used to upscale the signal and create a more
TRILUMINOS Display: Unique to Sony, a TRILUMINOS Display
with its specially developed backlight selectively maps colors across a wider
gamut, ensuring subtle colors do not become oversaturated and unnatural. You'll
enjoy vivid, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene. TRILUMINOS Display
uses a wider color spectrum than a
conventional flat-panel TV display. A TRILUMINOS Display excels at reproducing reds,
greens, and blues; colors that are notoriously difficult for TVs to display
accurately. It also displays skin tones beautifully, thanks to its extensive
color palette and precise gradation.
Motionflow XR: Sony's Motionflow XR refresh rate technology
enhances the OLED TV's unique panel speed to allow fast moving action sequences
in sports and movies to be seen with lifelike clarity. Enjoy smooth and sharp
details even in fast-moving sequences with Motionflow XR. This innovative
technology creates and inserts extra frames between the original ones. It
compares key visual factors on successive frames, then calculates the split
second of missing action in the sequences
Video Inputs: The Sony OLED TV is equipped with HDMI
2.0a and 3.5mm video inputs.
- HDMI 2.0a: The OLED TV is fitted with four HDMI
2.0a inputs to connect your Ultra-HD/HDR and HD sources; such as Ultra
Blu-ray, Blu-ray, Satellite/Cable and Playstation. In addition, any HDMI
input can be used to connect a PC to this TV. The HDMI inputs will accept
4K, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i signals. HDMI inputs 2 & 3 will do 4K
(60Hz), while HDMI inputs 1 & 4 will only support 4K (30/24Hz).
- HDCP 2.2: HDCP 2.2 is supported by all of the TV's
HDMI inputs. HDCP 2.2 is short for "High bandwidth Digital Content
Protection" and is used for 4K video copyright protection for
compatibility with Ultra HD Blu-ray players and 4K Satellite/Cable
- 4:4:4 Color Subsampling: All four HDMI inputs will
support up to 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for full color data rendering of
4K video (30/60fps). 4:2:2 (30/60fps) and 4:2:0 (60fps) are also
supported by all HDMI inputs. With 4:4:4 color, luminance (brightness)
and chroma (color) are sampled at the same rate, resulting in an RGB
color palette as big as the video sampling rate for a video image with
more total colors, plus greater color accuracy and detail.
- 3.5mm AV Input: In addition to HDMI connectivity, there
is also a 3.5mm AV input for connection of an analog audio/video component.
There are no standard composite or component video inputs.
Note: The TV has built-in over-the-air HDTV (ATSC) and
Clear QAM tuners with an RF-coaxial input, so you don't need a
separate set-top box to receive and decode over-the-air HDTV/SDTV or
unencrypted Digital Cable signals.
Picture Adjustments: The TV offers a variety of screen,
picture, and video adjustments to maximize image quality.
- Screen Modes: The Screen Modes feature allows you to
select the screen display which fits the current video image and TV screen
best. Choose from Wide Zoom, Normal, Full, Zoom, or Auto Wide. Based on the
original signal source, you may see black bars around the picture or just on
the both sides of the screen. Sometimes you will see the picture fill the
- Picture Modes: You can select one of the following
picture modes - Standard, Vivid, Theater (Pro/Home), Sports, Animation, Photo
(Standard/Vivid/Custom), Game, or Custom.
- Advanced Video Settings: The Advanced Video Settings
menu offers further adjustment of the TV's video image.
- Brightness: You can increase or decrease the
brightness of an image by adjusting the TV's Brightness, Contrast, Gamma
(adjusts light/dark balance), Black Level, and Black Adjust (enhances
- Color: You can tailor the color of an image by
adjusting the TV's Color, Hue, Color Temperature (white balance), Color
Space (sets color reproduction range), or Live Color (produces vivid
- Clarity: You can improve the clarity of an image by
adjusting the TV's Sharpness, Reality Creation (increases clarity),
Resolution (increases detail), Smooth Gradation (prevents false
contours) and Noise reduction (removes noise).
- Motion: Activate Sony's Motionflow technology to
reduce motion blur and judder.
CineMotion provides improved picture
movement and reduces picture blur and graininess for film-based content,
like Blu-ray & DVD.
Light Sensor & Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE): The TV's
built-in Light Sensor automatically adjusts the picture brightness based on the
amount of light in the room. As a result, you can enjoy automatic customized
picture brightness and save energy without lifting a finger. The televisions
Advance Contrast Enhancer (ACE) automatically adjusts backlight and contrast to
the most suitable setting judging from the brightness of the screen. This
setting is especially effective for dark scenes, and will increase the contrast
distinction for the darker picture scenes.
Live Color Technology: Powered by an image processor using an
algorithm specially developed by Sony, Live Color is able to reproduce
incredibly vivid colors on screen. With four user-adjustable settings available
you can choose just how vivid you want your images to be. Whether it's a
brilliant blue sky or a bright red rose, everything stands out so much more with
24pTrue Cinema (24p Input Capability): Many movies are
filmed at 24 frames per second (fps) and prime time TV programs are video taped
at 24p. Seizing on an opportunity, some studios are taking a purist approach and
encoding high definition video content such as Blu-ray Disc in 24p. Sony wisely
takes advantage of this by including 24p input capability via HDMI on this
television producing images that are smooth and natural looking.
Acoustic Surface Technology: Taking advantage of the OLED's
backlight-less structure, Sony developed new Acoustic Surface sound technology.
The Acoustic Surface technology lends to the cutting-edge design of Sony's OLED
TV by doing away with conventional speakers usually located around the TV.
Unlike most TV speakers that fire downward, sound comes to you from the entire
screen, immersing you in exciting new entertainment experiences. Two actuators
behind the TV vibrate the screen to create sound that's truly engaging. Thanks
to this ingenious design, the entire screen resonates with rich sound emanating
directly from the screen itself; there are also two rear-firing subwoofers positioned on the
back-panel. This allows a perfect unification of picture and sound unattainable
by conventional TVs. It produces a wide sound and image synchronization from all
angles, even off to the sides. Together with OLED's exceptionally wide viewing
angle, the TV offers unmatched visual and aural experience regardless of viewing
Note: The speakers of this TV provide different sound
images according to how you position the television. You can select between
"Table-Top Stand" or "Wall Mount" to provide the best sound quality based on the
Sony Sound Technologies: The OLED TV utilizes a variety of
proprietary Sony technologies to enhance and optimize sound quality.
- S-Force Front Surround: S-Force Front Surround mimics the
way the brain correlates sound sources to create proper volume, time lag, and
sound wave spectrum; using only left and right speaker channels. By naturally
emulating three-dimensional sound fields, you'll enjoy rich, high-fidelity audio
across a wider listening area.
- ClearAudio+: ClearAudio+ fine-tunes TV sound for an
immersive experience that seems to surround you. Hear music, dialog, and
surround effects with greater clarity and separation, whatever you're
- Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE): Low-resolution
Internet video and other heavily compressed audio files don't always sound so
great. A large amount of information gets thrown away when digital audio is
compressed. With Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) technology, lost
frequency components (especially high frequencies) are restored for natural
sound with a more spacious feel.
- Clear Phase: Sony uses a powerful computer model to analyze
and compensate for inaccuracies in speaker response. It does this by "sampling"
the speaker frequency with higher precision. This information is fed back to
cancel out any peaks or dips in the speaker's natural response; resulting in
pure, natural audio with smooth, even reproduction of all frequencies.
Other Audio Settings: The Sony OLED TV also features several
audio settings to help tailor the sound to your preference, application, and
- EQ: The TV offers four EQ preset sound modes - Standard,
Cinema, Music, and Sports. The TV is also equipped with a 7-band EQ
(125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 2kHz, 4kHz, 8kHz). You can adjust the level of each
band between -12 to +12 dB.
- Voice Zoom & Night Mode: The Voice Zoom feature makes voices
clearer by lowering background sound. Night mode provides a clear sound at a low
- Volume Offset & Auto Volume: Volume Offset adjusts the
volume level of the current input relative to other inputs. The Advanced Auto
Volume function keeps the volume level constant across all programs and
ARC (Audio Return Channel): The Audio Return Channel within
the television's HDMI 3 input enables the TV, via a single HDMI cable, to send
audio data "upstream" to an A/V receiver; increasing user flexibility and
eliminating the need for any separate S/PDIF audio connection. This feature
allows audio to be sent from the television to your A/V receiver through the
same HDMI cable already being used to send audio/video to the television. This
eliminates the need for extra cables connected to the TV. ARC allows audio from
the TV tuner, Network connection, inserted USB device, HDMI inputs, or any
analog connected device to be heard through your ARC compatible AV receiver via
the television's HDMI ARC input.
- The audio from the TV's tuner, HDMI inputs, USB ports, and Android TV
apps can pass as Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS, or 2ch PCM.
- Analog connected & DLNA compliant devices will be output audio at 2ch
Note: Both the television and the receiver must support
ARC for this function to work properly. When connecting an AV receiver that
is compatible with Audio Return Channel (ARC), connect it to the TV's HDMI 3
input. If connecting a system that is incompatible Audio Return Channel
(ARC), an additional audio connection via Digital Audio Out (Optical) is
Audio Outputs: The Sony OLED TV offers analog and
digital audio outputs, as well as Bluetooth A2DP.
- Digital Audio (Dolby Digital/DTS): The optical digital
output terminal will output Dolby Digital/DTS (when available) or 2 channel
PCM. The digital optical output terminal only sends an audio signal in Dolby
Digital/DTS when receiving Dolby Digital/DTS surround sound from a digital
broadcast channel through the tuner, network apps, HDMI inputs, and USB
ports on the TV. The optical digital audio output will only output in 2ch
stereo from sources connected to the TV via RCA.
- Headphone/Analog Output: The TV's 3.5mm analog output
can be used to connect a set of headphones or as an audio output to connect
your home theater receiver or soundbar system. You will need a
minijack-to-RCA adapter (sold separately) to make a stereo RCA connection
between the television and your AV receiver. The TV's analog audio output
terminal will output 2ch audio from any of the television's source inputs.
You can set the TV's analog output to Fixed or Variable.
- Bluetooth A2DP:
The TV supports
Bluetooth A2DP, allowing you to stream audio from the
television's built-in and connected sources to a Bluetooth-enabled set of
headphones or speakers (only one headphone, one speaker, or one pair of
speakers can be connected). Bluetooth headphone volume level can be controlled from both the TV's remote and headphones.
AV Sync allows you to adjust the delay between the picture and sound. Sony doesn't guarantee compatibility with all models of Bluetooth
Note: You can setup the TV to output sound from the TV speakers, the
headphone output, and Bluetooth at the same time (this does not include the
optical digital output or when the analog output is not set to headphone). Or,
you can setup the TV to only output audio from a single output terminal.
Network & USB Functions
Wired or Wireless Network Connection: The Sony OLED TV
supports a wired or wireless network connection. Via the TV's network connection
you gain access to Android TV and Google Play, as well as content stored on your
network computer. You also get the ability to stream content from your Android
or Apple iOS mobile device to the TV. In addition, the TV supports WiFi Direct
for wireless connectivity between WiFi enabled devices without a router.
- Ethernet Jack: The Sony TV is equipped with an
Ethernet (LAN) RJ-45 jack for connecting the television to your home network
and computer. A back cover has to be removed to access the Ethernet port.
- Built-in WiFi: The Sony TV offers built-in WiFi
(802.11ac; 2.4/5GHz) that allows you to wirelessly access the Internet and
your home network. The TV's built-in WiFi provides a wireless network
connection for the television with easy and quick setup. A wireless
connection requires a home network with an 802.11 access point (802.11n or
better recommended) and internet connection. Supports WPS, WEP, and WPA
security; a dual-band Gigabit wireless-N router is recommended for 4K
- WiFi Direct: When using
WiFi Direct, you can connect directly with other devices without using a
wireless router. You'll be able to wirelessly transfer personal content
(such as photos & videos) to the Sony TV without connecting to your home
network. WiFi Direct completely bypasses your WiFi access point/router, so
it's easy to set up. Streaming of copy-protected content and other certain
formats are not supported.
Note: Sony recommends a home network connection speed of at
least 2.5 Mbps recommended for standard definition, 10 Mbps for high
definition, and 20 Mbps for ultra-high definition.
Android TV w/ Google Play: The Sony OLED TV is equipped
with Android's Nougat (7.0) operating system and incorporates
Android TV with access
to a wide variety of apps from Google Play which have been optimized for
playback on the big screen. Android TV gives you access to movie, music, sports,
and other entertainment apps (subscription, rental, or purchase fees may apply).
here to discover the full collection of Android TV Apps from Google Play.
Not all Google Play apps will be Android TV compatible. More applications and
streaming services will be available in the future. Popular apps include -
- 4K HDR Content: The Sony OLED TV supports the new HEVC/H.265
and VP9 codecs that are needed for a variety of current and forthcoming 4K &
4K HDR video services - like Netflix,
PlayStation Video, and
- TV Shows & Movies: Watch standard definition and high
definition movies and TV shows from
Hulu Plus, HBO Go/HBO
Now, Starz Play,
- Live TV: Get live TV programming from
PlayStation Vue & Sling
- Music & Radio: Listen to online music and internet
radio from Pandora,
- Sports: Get scores, news, and highlights from
Direct Sports Network, and more.
- 4K & 4K HDR network streaming requires a network speed of 20Mbps or
greater. A wired Ethernet connection is recommended over a wireless WiFi
connection for better performance. If you desire a WiFi connection, then
use a dual-band Gigabit wireless-N router (or better) for 4K streaming.
- In order to use Sony's Android TV, you must consent to Google's
- Make sure the Sony television has the latest software/firmware
Mobile Device Streaming: The Sony OLED TV allows you to
wirelessly stream content from a compatible mobile device using ChromeCast
Built-in for playback on the big screen. You can also "mirror" your compatible
mobile device using Miracast. You can setup the TV to automatically turn on when
you begin "casting" or "mirroring" content from a compatible mobile device.
- Chromecast Built-in: Chromecast Built-in lets you cast
your favorite entertainment apps and video content from your Android (OS
4.4.2+) or Apple iOS (8.0+) device to the Sony OLED TV. Now you can cast your favorites
movies or TV shows (on Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, HBO Now,
PlayStation Vue and more); your favorite music and radio stations (on
Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, YouTube Music, and more); Sports
highlights (on ESPN, NBC, CBS, and more); plus photos & videos (on YouTube,
Google Photos, and more) from your compatible Android or Apple iOS device to
the Sony TV. For a list of all compatible Chromecast Built-in
- Miracast: Miracast is a "screen mirroring" function which lets you wirelessly send
the display from your compatible Windows 8.1+ or Android 4.2+ device (with
support for Miracast) to the Sony TV. This allows you to view practically
any content that is playing on your compatible Windows or Android device on
your TV screen; no wireless router or access point required.
Vewd Web Browser: You can download and install the Vewd
Web Browser to access select web content through the Sony TV. The built-in web
browser also allows you to enter URLs and do basic keyword searches, so you can
browse select websites (text-based only). The Vewd Web Browser is not a
full search engine for the Internet and Web. For Internet audio/video/photo
content, use the Android TV apps. Some web-pages may not be supported and too
large for download. The browsing experience may not be the same as
it is on your computer. The web browser is not compatible with Flash video and
Java applications. E-commerce, for purchasing products online is not supported.
ActiveX is not supported.
Photo Sharing & Gaming: The Sony OLED TV offers unique features that
allow you to enjoy online gaming via Google Play and photo sharing from your
Android or Apple iOS device.
- Google Play Games w/ Gamepad: Download select video games
from Google Play and play them on the big screen without the need for any game
console. You can connect up to four wireless gamepads (sold separately) for
multi-player gaming. Google Play Games even syncs your progress and achievements
across your devices, so you can start playing on your Android smartphone or
tablet and then move to the Sony TV when you get home.
- Photo Sharing Plus: With Photo Sharing Plus, friends and
family can share their memories together on the big screen from their Android
(2.3+) or Apple iOS (6+) devices. Up to 10 mobile devices can be connected to
the TV at once for a fun interactive experience. User can even save their
favorite pics between devices.
Media Streaming: The Sony TV allows you to stream a variety
of audio, video, and photo content from USB mass storage class devices and DLNA
Compatible media formats include MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/FLAC music files,
MPEG/MP4/AVI/MKV/MOV/Xvid/WMA video files, and JPEG photo files.
- DLNA Certified: DLNA certification allows
you to enjoy various content from your home network, such as photo , music,
and video files stored on your Windows 7/8/10 PC (or other DLNA Certified
media server/Android device) on the Sony HDTV. The TV can be connected to
your compatible PC using a hardwired Ethernet (LAN) connection or WiFi
connection (via built-in WiFi). This eliminates the need to copy your photo,
video, and music files to a separate USB storage device.
- Triple USB Ports: The Sony TV features three USB type-A
ports (two 2.0/one 3.0) for sharing your photos or videos, and listening to
music from a connected USB MSC (Mass Storage Class) compliant device that is
formatted in FAT 16/32, exFAT, or NTFS. Even 4K photos & videos that you've
downloaded to your USB-enabled device can be played back on the TV in
Ultra-HD 4K. The USB ports will also charge your
connected devices (max: 5V, 500A/900A).
Automatic Software Updates: Automatic software updates are
done through the TV's Ethernet (LAN) port or built-in WiFi. The TV's software
updates when the television is in standby mode. Visit the
Sony eSupport site for
the latest software updates.
Remote, Voice, & App Control
Remote w/ Built-in Mic: The remote offers soft push-button
control and features a built-in mic for voice recognition. The built-in
microphone provides voice control of select Android TV functions through the
built-in Google Assistant. The remote even has dedicated Google Play & Netflix
buttons, so you can access your Netflix movies and TV shows quicker.
- IR Blaster: The included IR Blaster allows you to operate a
set-top box and/or AV receiver that is connected to the television, with the
Sony TV's remote control.
- IR Input: The IR input allows you to connect an IR extender (sold
separately) in case the TV's IR receiver is obstructed from view.
Note: The remote's microphone and voice control function operate
via Bluetooth, while all other remote functions are done through IR.
Digital Voice Assistant Control:
The Sony UHD TV will support voice control of select functions through the
Google Assistant & optional Amazon Alexa enabled devices via a wireless
- Google Assistant: The Sony TV supports the Google Assistant through its Android
operating system and the included IR remote's built-in microphone. Simply
trigger the Google Assistant by pressing the mic button on the remote and
then speak into the microphone after hearing an audible prompt. You can ask
the Google Assistant to turn volume up/down, change channels and inputs,
search content on select built-in Android TV apps, and control basic
playback functions. In addition to TV voice commands, you can use the Google
Assistant to control connected smart home devices and other Google Home
enabled devices. The Google Assistant can also be used to find answers for
many of your daily questions through Google's advanced search engine. The TV
also supports voice control through the Google Home family of wireless speakers (sold separately
- see Accessories tab) and other Google Assistant enabled devices (sold
separately - see Accessories tab).
- Amazon Alexa: Alexa-enabled devices (including the
Amazon Echo family of speakers, sold separately - see Accessories tab) will be able to control key functions of the Sony TV. With
this new feature you can simply use your voice to turn the Sony TV on or
off, change channels, change inputs, control volume, and control playback
functions of select streaming content. Click
here for setup instructions.
Remote Apps: The Sony OLED TV offers remote control
capability through your Android or Apple iOS device via the Android TV Remote
App (for Android only) or Sony's Video & TV SideView Remote App (for Android &
Apple iOS). Apple iPad users can even use the Spotlight by Samba TV app with the
Sony UHD TV to get content recommendations.
- Android TV Remote: The
Android TV Remote App from Google Play lets you use your Android (OS
4.0+) smartphone or tablet as a remote to control the Sony television's
Android TV functions. Easily navigate content and play games on your
compatible Android TV device. The remote app offers voice search and an
on-screen keyboard, giving you full control of Android TV from your
smartphone or tablet. Simply tap the on-screen mic button to start a voice
search, or use the keyboard to input text on Android TV. If you know what
you want to watch, just say it into your smartphone or tablet's microphone
and the Sony television will find it within its Android TV and Google Play
- Video & TV SideView Remote: With the free Sony Video &
TV SideView App (for
Apple iOS 9.0+ and
Android OS 4.4+), you can control the Sony TV and browse its content
from your compatible smartphone or tablet device. The Video & TV SideView
App will allow your compatible Apple iOS or Android device to act as a
remote control and software keyboard for the Sony TV. You'll be able
to search what's available to watch on broadcast stations and video
on-demand apps. You can even pull up the TV's channel guide on your
smartphone or tablet without interfering with the what you're watching on
the TV. You also get to learn more about the show you're watching right now,
like cast and episode details. In addition, you can tweet about what you're
watching from your mobile device or see what fellow fans are tweeting about
in real time. You'll also be able to stream your videos, pictures, and music
stored on your Apple iOS/Android device to the TV.
- Spotlight by Samba TV App: The
by Samba TV app (for Apple iPad iOS 9.0+) offers tailor-made ads,
notifications and behind the scenes info about your favorite shows and
actors on your compatible Apple iPad device. The Spotlight by Samba TV
synchronizes the experience you have on your tablet with what you're
watching on TV, to suggest new appealing content.
Bravia Sync: This TV is equipped with Bravia Sync, an HDMI
Control function that allows communication between Sony TVs and other Sony
equipment when they are connected via HDMI. Bravia Sync helps you connect
compatible Sony Bravia HDMI equipment, such as a Blu-ray player or AV amplifier, to
the TV and control the external equipment using the television's remote control.
With the "Control for HDMI" function, Bravia Sync helps to communicate with
Bravia Sync-compatible equipment using HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control).
Bravia Sync-compatible equipment is listed as a new input source in the
television's menu. The television offers the following Bravia Sync operations
for the listed device.
- BD/DVD Player: Automatically turns the BRAVIA
Sync-compatible device on and switches the input to that device when you
select it from the Home Menu or Sync Menu. Automatically turns the TV on and
switches the input to the connected device when the device starts to play
- AV Amplifier: Automatically turns the connected AV
amplifier on and switches the sound output from the TV speaker to the audio
system when you turn the TV on; this function is only available if you have
previously used the AV amplifier to output TV sound. Automatically switches
the sound output to the AV amplifier by turning the AV amplifier on when the
TV is turned on. Automatically turns the connected AV amplifier off when you
switch the TV to standby mode. Adjusts the volume (VOL +/-) and mutes the
sound (MUTING) of the connected AV amplifier through the TV's remote
- Video Camera: Automatically turns the TV on and
switches the input to the connected video camera when the connected video
camera is turned on. Automatically turns the connected video camera off when
you switch the TV to standby mode. Controls menu operation, playback, and
channel selection of the connected video camera through the TV's remote
Note: Control for HDMI (Bravia Sync) is only available for
the connected Sony equipment that has the Bravia Sync logo.
Optional Harmony Hub: Enjoy home automation control directly from
the Sony Android TV, via the Logitech
Harmony Hub (596HMNYHUB,
Everything from lights (including
Phillips Hue), thermostats (including
Nest) and security cameras, to other home
entertainment systems can now be controlled at the push of a button on the Sony
remote control. This feature requires all compatible devices be connected to the
same WiFi wireless network.
PlayStation DualShock 4 Controller (sold separately): If you
have a Sony PlayStation 4, your DualShock 4 controller can become the TV's
remote by downloading the
BRAVIA TV Player app on your PlayStation 4 through the PlayStation Store.
You'll also be able to control your PlayStation 4's on-screen user interface
with the TV's remote.
Keyboard/Mouse Compatible: You can connect a USB- or
Bluetooth-enabled keyboard and mouse (both sold separately) to the television
for easier web browsing. You can move the cursor with the mouse and enter text
with a compatible keyboard. Not all web-based apps support keyboard/mouse
Serial Port: You can connect the 3.5mm serial port to an
external control device (such as a computer or A/V control system) to control
the TV's functions externally.
Content Search: The TV offers unique ways to search and
access your favorite and new content from the TV's tuner and Android TV apps.
- Program Guide: You can quickly find your preferred
programs and the detailed program information. The current program
information and weekly program guides for the next eight days are provided.
- Discover Button & Content Bar: You can use the remote's
Discover button to search for content across platforms (TV Antenna, Android
TV, Apps, etc.). Content is then displayed along the unobtrusive "Content
Bar" at the bottom of the TV screen which quickly lets you find the movie,
TV show, or video you're looking for. Call up the Content Bar and you can
keep watching, while you scan through live TV, on demand, downloaded TV
shows, and much more. You can even customize the Content Bar to show you the
content you go to most often first.
- Android TV Recommendations: Personalized content
recommendations from Google Play, YouTube and your apps appear automatically
in the TV's home screen. So if you are having trouble figuring out what to
watch, let Sony's Android TV recommend something for you and the family to
- Voice Search: Simply activate the Voice Search function
through the included remote control and built-in Google Assistant or the
Android TV App on your Apple iOS or Android smartphone/tablet. If you know
what you want to watch, just say it into the device's microphone and the
Sony television will find it within its Android TV and Google Play
- Keyword Search: You can type in a keyword to search for
TV shows, movies, and music. Simply enter in the track title, album name, or
Action Menu: By pressing the "Action Menu" button on the
remote, a menu appears and provides quick access to the functions that are
available for the currently displayed screen, such as picture adjustment, sound
adjustment, volume adjustment for the connected device (such as headphones), and
display/audio change. The items in the menu differ depending on the selected
Netflix Recommended: This Sony OLED TV is a
Netflix Recommended TV. This is due to the fact that it offers a unique
feature set which makes Netflix even easier to use and enjoy. The Sony TV has an
Instant On feature so the TV wakes and apps are ready to use right away. In
addition, the TV turns on and launches Netflix with one press of the Netflix
button on the included IR remote. Online apps, including Netflix, can resume
quickly and return where you left off. Its Android TV interface enables easy
navigation and switching between apps and inputs.
Power Management Functions: This Sony TV
incorporates advanced power saving features such as Light Sensor Technology,
Advance Contrast Enhancer, and the following Power Management functions.
- Power Saving: This feature reduces the power
consumption by adjusting the backlight brightness of the TV's screen. You
can select from Low, High, Off and Picture Off.
- Idle TV Standby: Automatically powers off the TV after
1, 2, or 4 hours when no buttons are pressed on the remote control or the
- Auto Shut Off: Automatically powers off the TV when no
input signal is detected for approximately 15 minutes.
Timers: The Sony TV offers a TV timer and Sleep
timer. The TV Timer turns on the television from the standby mode at a time you
set, and tunes to a channel or input of your preference. The sleep timer
switches the television off after a specified amount of time. The sleep timer
can be set to 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
Parental Control: You can select a viewing limitation based
on the TV and movie ratings. Three presets are available (Child, Youth, and
Young Adult) or the limitation can be customized to specific industry ratings.
You can also block specific channels. The control is accessed and protected by a
4-digit password. You can also block certain channels or inputs regardless of
Help Guide: The Sony TV comes with a Quick Setup Guide
booklet. The TV also features an on-screen Help Guide for more detailed
Pedestal Stand w/ Cable Management: The included pedestal stand allows you to
place the Sony OLED TV on top of a piece of AV furniture. The
TV is shipped with the pedestal stand unattached and requires assembly. The TV
and pedestal stand have been designed with Sony's "Soft Minimalism" concept,
helping it blend in with your living space. The pedestal and the back-panel of
the TV include covers to hide your cable connections for neat and clean
installation. The TV and pedestal stand do not
swivel. The television weighs 61.7 lbs
with the pedestal feet attached.
Optional Wall Mount Brackets: The television can be wall
mounted using an optional wall-mount bracket (sold separately). The TV has four
threaded screw inserts that are spaced 300mm (h) x
300mm (v) apart. The threaded inserts will accept M6 (6mm) screws.
The TV screen is edged with a slim, narrow aluminum frame that maximizes the
viewing area and looks beautiful on your wall. The TV weighs 53.8 lbs without the stand. Ventilation Clearance:
When mounting the TV on the stand or a
wall (with optional bracket) leave 4" of clearance on each side of the
television and 11.875" above the television for adequate ventilation.
Detachable AC Power Cord: The Sony OLED TV comes with a
detachable 6.5' AC power cord which will need to be plugged into an AC power
outlet, surge protector, or power conditioner. The AC power cord is terminated
by a straight two-prong AC plug which sits approximately 1.5625" from the wall.