Questions & Answers
- Answer yes and firestick power cord
Question1. Does the Sony A9G mirror images from Apple devices on its own or do I need to buy an Apple TV 4k? 2. Does it support Dolby Digital DTS sound through just an optical cable connection (to my old Onkyo Integra receiver)?
- Answer I use an Apple TV streamer that my ipad links too and it works fine.
QuestionWhy does this tv cost more than the ah8 even though it's an older model with an older operating system? It also lacks the motion clarity x feature. If I don't care about the stand or speaker is there any reason not buy the ah8 instead of this?
- Answer I read the the Master series are pre-calibrated, have some better quality materials, the stand and speaker are some of the reasons the A9G is priced highet than the A8H, I had both in my house and in my opinion the Ah8 has the better picture and is a little britter,
QuestionI have a XRB-55X85OC TV with a SONOS sound bar. I have a hearing loss and use a SONY RF headphone system connected to my TV via 0ptical connection. I am able to hear TV simultaneously thru the head phones and the SONOS sound bar. Can I do this with A9G?
- Answer I’m not familiar with SONOS sound bar, does it use HDMI ARC from TV? There are multiple audio outputs (ie HDMI ARC/eARC and Optical), so I’m fairly certain you could do the same setup. BTW, this TV provides the best picture among home use TV’s, absolutely!
- Answer You can do this if you computer has an HDMI output on your graphics card or if you cast it via bluetooth. However depending on your graphics card, your output resolution may be limited. The bigger concern for me would be burn-in. A typical windows or mac screen would produce a static image on the OLED that if left on over time it could produce burn-in since it is not a true LED. The TV is amazing for everything else including XBox. Again you just need to limit your game play for long periods of time especially if there is a border around your game.
- Answer no & yes the Sony XBR65A9G is a fully functioning smart TV so it loads just about any streaming app you want. except Apple TV. likely because Android and Apple are competitors. Before we bought the Sony we did all of our streaming on the Apple TV. What we did is have all of the APPS we needed loaded onto the Sony. Then we connected our Apple TV through an A/V receiver via HDMI Arc. works great - just have to change your source, and the remote works with the Apple TV as well.