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See every piece of the action with this 65-inch Sony Bravia TV. The 4K resolution stands out thanks to its exquisite detail, it can process startlingly accurate-looking video in conjunction with the powerful OLED technology. Stream your favorite clips and access online media quickly on this Sony Bravia TV.

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What's Included


  • AC Power Cord
  • Batteries
  • IR Blaster
  • Operating Instructions
  • Quick Setup Guide
  • Sony 65" Class - OLED - A1E Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
  • Table Top Stand
  • Voice Remote Control

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Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (480 out of 503)

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Features


OLED TV features precise contrast and absolute blacks

True reality comes to life with deep black and natural color. Over 8 million self-illuminating pixels are precisely and individually controlled by the X1 Extreme processor.

Acoustic Surface

Unlike most TV speakers, sound comes to you from the entire screen, immersing you in exciting new entertainment experiences. It's pictures and sound in perfect harmony.

4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme

Object-based HDR Remaster technology can detect, analyze and optimize each object in the picture individually to adjust the overall contrast for a more natural and realistic picture on screen.

TRILUMINOS Display

Colors are as rich and vivid as nature's own with more shades of red, green and blue.

4K X-Reality Pro

Provides lifelike detail and clarity. See the details appear in buildings and trees as scenes become clearer, smoother and more natural.

Android TV

From movies and TV shows to thousands of apps, Android TV brings you everything in an instant. Cast your favorite apps with Google Cast, and Voice Search helps you find the entertainment you want.

64.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to the gorgeous Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

Chromecast Built-in

In order to cast your favorite shows, movies, music, and more, you must download the Google Cast app and use your compatible mobile device along with cast-enabled apps to send content right to your TV.

Google Assistant Built-in

Find what you want quickly, simply by talking. Ask your Google Assistant to help you play TV shows, movies, and more. Dim the lights and control your connected devices while you watch a movie for a better experience.

Google Home and Amazon Alexa compatibility

Simply voice-control your TV and ask it to do things like cast and control videos from YouTube with Google Home or change the channel or volume with Amazon Alexa.*

OLED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

They offer an extremely high degree of color accuracy, wide viewing angles and a picture that is virtually blur-free.

Advanced TV sound

5 x 10W audio power output, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse, DTS Digital Surround and Sony's ClearAudio+ sound processing.

4 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers a 4K Ultra HD picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Motionflow keeps the action smooth

The Sony's Motionflow XR refresh rate technology builds upon the native panel to allow fast-moving action sequences in sports and movies to be seen with a lifelike clarity.

3 USB inputs

Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

* Compatible devices require internet connection. Voice Search is available using the included remote control, Android TV Remote Control app with Android 4.0 or higher, or Sony's TV SideView app with Android 4.0.3 or higher, iOS 7.0 or higher.

* Google Home device (sold separately) compatible with Sony TV's powered by Android TV. Requires compatible devices connected to the same wireless home network.

* Amazon Alexa device (sold separately) compatible with Sony TV's powered by Android TV. Works with voice-enabled remote controls. Subscriptions may be required to access certain content.

Web-based services and content streaming require the high-speed Internet connection. Some services may require a subscription.


Customer rating

4.8
96%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.4

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Impressive

    Posted
    Will

    To start this off, I'm not one to write reviews simply because I usually read previous reviews by other owners that either highlight points of praise or derision better than I can properly put into a paragraph. However, I'll make an exception here. To be transparent, I deal with a lot of TVs. Yes, I've played with LG's offerings of OLEDs, Samsung's QLEDs and so on. I'm certainly no expert, however I do have some experience in each and could probably give a detailed explanation of each of the major company's offerings. Onto the subject at hand, I believe the Sony OLED is the best "compromise" of the current OLED offerings at this time. What people need to understand and many people who are thinking of buying this probably have done their research, the Sony A1E uses the same panel as LG; simply due to LG championing OLED technology. Other than that similarity, it's all Sony's goodies. When I said the Sony A1 is the best "compromise" is due to the nature of the OLED panel. OLED, by nature, cannot produce higher levels of brightness that LED can create. This is the case with the LG and Panasonic's offering. LG has decided to stick with a lower brightness level to enhance detail and retain the black levels that we'd expect from OLED. Sony has gone with a slightly different tact. They decided to go with a picture with more brightness but with the slight downside that it "washes" out some detail in the process. You might ask why. The short answer is that a balance has to be struck between detail and brightness. OLED, by nature, is dark. It cannot output a high nit count like LEDs. Therefore, Sony had to make a conscious decision to brighten their picture but had to lose some detail. LG, on the other hand, decided to try for a more natural OLED picture, opting for more detail but less brightness. Personally, I prefer Sony's route simply because I desire a slightly brighter picture. Quite honestly, you could not notice it unless you have LG and Sony side by side for a comparison and even then, it is only very minor differences. My point here is to say while both companies offer the same panel, each have gone a different route in terms of how to display a picture from a given source. My opinion on it is that Sony was trying to appease owners of 4k blu-ray, as well as most normal users who are used to LED's perks of higher brightness. This word vomit I spewed was leading to this: the Sony A1 delivers a gorgeous picture with the blackest blacks and the whitest whites to make everything in between pop in color and while delivering the X1 Extreme's ability to compute quickly for the user experience. The chipset, in my opinion, pushes the A1 above the LG OLED due to its ability to handle motion better than the LG. In my testing, faster moving objects seemed more natural on the Sony and while doing so, I saw little, if at all, any ghosting or flickering. And to top it off, I'm surprised in how much I'm grown to like the physical look of the TV. At first, I was skeptical of the look of the TV; I was originally disliking how it sat like a picture frame. It seemed, at first, like it was angled upwards at angle, making it odd once you are sitting down so that you had to look slightly up. However, I got over it and actually started to like it. Now, I actually mounted the TV and the simply bezel design is quite sleek and I'm a fan of the minimalistic look. Is it pricey? Absolutely Is it worth it? If you desire the best of what the market can currently offer you and are willing to pay the piper, absolutely. Props, Sony. I've seen and experienced many TVs these past years, but this one you've really outdone yourself.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent TV - Experienced with HDTVs

    Posted
    Jeremy
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    First and foremost, I want to say this is the best TV I have ever owned. Its picture quality is above and beyond any TV I have ever viewed before. I have had a Sony LCD (6/10), a Panasonic Plasma (8/10) and Sony LED (7/10) before this TV and it blows all of them away. If you are familiar with the old Pioneer plasmas that revolutionized 'black levels' - this TV puts them to shame and I loved those TVs. ATTENTION NEW OWNERS: To get HDR, you must use HDMI 2 or 3 and you have to configure your input for 'Enhanced format'. Your TV will naturally be setup in "Standard" mode. To get the best picture quality, I would recommend searching "Sony A1E Calibration Settings". Your best native picture option would be tweaking "Cinema Pro". Picture Quality: Gorgeous. It is crystal clear and it's a perfect balance of bright and accurate colors. You have never seen black levels like this. Watching shows or movies with a lot of night scenes will look like a whole new experience. I have an Xbox One X connected to it, which is an excellent source in that it does HDR gaming, 4K gaming and has a 4K HDR Blu-Ray player. I would recommend Cinema Pro as your picture mode for the best results. I have tested numerous games, numerous Blu-Ray movies, Netflix HDR/UHD and it's simply gorgeous for all for them. Note: This screen is glossy, so you will want to ensure you have blackout blinds or your viewing area is dark for maximum picture quality. I have watched it during the daytime and I had no significant issues but you will see reflections time to time. If you have a window or source of light directly across from the TV, you will notice it. I would encourage ALL light sources go behind your viewing area. If you want lighting behind the TV (recommended), look into "bias lighting kits" such as Philips Hue. Most modern TVs will have some form of gloss to reflect light from being absorbed in the panel and hindering picture quality. Sound Quality: I have a surround system but have heard nothing but good things about the TV speakers. I pulled up YouTube and listened to some music and it sounded great. It certainly won't replace your surround system or even your soundbar likely, but it has some of the best audio for a TV out of the box. If you're mounting this on a wall with limited space, you will be happy with the audio quality. Menu: This TV comes equipped with Android TV, which, by itself, is amazing (see Nvidia Shield). However, Sony has let their customers down by making it too bloated where it is a poorly performing menu system. When you finally do get to your TV settings, it's easy to navigate, but can be very slow. To accommodate this, I have my Android system in Developer mode and have shut off a lot of processes from running when the TV is turned on. If you are frustrated with the menu system, I would look more into my suggestions above. Overall Design: Beautiful. This panel is no thicker than 1" and it is well designed. Your stand is your TV input, which does give it more thickness towards the center. If you're mounting this, you will hardly notice. Its bezel around the screen is extremely minimal and doesn't detract from your viewing experience. My viewing area is straight-on, however, it does have decent viewing angles from what I could tell. Summary: I would highly recommend this TV. Your picture quality is only as good as your sources, so make sure if you are spending this much for a TV that you look into devices to maximize its potential. This is encouraged for your TV provider as well, unless you're hooking up an antenna. No matter what you're watching; sports, gaming, movies, TV shows, you will be pleased with the picture and audio quality this TV provides.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    First TV That Can Match a Pioneer Kuro Plasma

    Posted
    GraybeardGuy
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    LCD has come a long way over the years, but in my opinion it could never quite achieve what a very good plasma screen like the Pioneer Kuro could with respect to black levels and viewing angles. This OLED screen, coupled with Sony's excellent signal processing, is the first I've seen that meets or even exceeds top plasma technology. First, the black levels are truly spectacular, giving high quality source materials like a good Blu-ray disc a dramatic degree of realism that you simply have to see in person to appreciate. This is one of the strengths of OLED technology that sets it apart from LCD -- some very expensive LCD sets come pretty close, but there is a richness to the OLED images that LCD just can't quite match. Another plasma-like trait of OLED is a very wide viewing angle, which is better because OLED pixels emit their own light as opposed to LCD's transmissive nature that requires backlighting. As a result, there is no off-axis color or contrast shift with OLED, which allows viewers to see the same picture quality from pretty much anywhere in a room. I think this is one reason this TV has such a "wow" factor when people see it. Finally, another aspect of Sony TVs that doesn't always get the press it deserves is their excellent upconversion from lower resolution sources. A 4K TV has four times the native resolution of an HDTV source, and more than 20 times the resolution of an SD source like DVD. All lower-resolution images must be upconverted to use all of the 4K pixels so that the pictures will fill up the screen, and not every 4K TV does this magic trick well. This TV does it exceptionally well, which is very important when you consider that the people considering this TV probably have mountains of DVDs and Blu-ray discs in their libraries that need to look their best on a higher resolution screen. The importance of upconversion can be easily overlooked when a TV is demonstrated with native 4K sources in a showroom, and I do wish that Best Buy would accommodate a way to evaluate the quality of lower resolution sources in their stores (have a Blu-ray player connected for example). After all, how much actual 4K material is available compared with HDTV and SD on an everyday basis? I'm happy to report that this TV is exceeding my expectations in every respect. Watch an episode of "Gotham" on it, a very dark program indeed, and you'll feel like you're in a different world. I was initially concerned about the non-perpendicular "easel" angle of the screen being a problem, but have found it to be completely unnoticeable despite sitting at a lower height than the TV. If you're worried about this, I wouldn't be. If your budget allows for this price point, I think you'll find there is real value here. If you can live with the clunky and somewhat buggy Android operating system (I wouldn't bother with its slow, unresponsive smart TV functions -- an Apple TV or Roku box is a much more elegant way to get what you need for streaming content), I think this TV is one you'll be proud to own.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely incredible TV, but price is high.

    Posted
    Gamerfan25
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Listen, I'm not going to sugarcoat it: This is one of the best TVs on the market right now. But it's gonna cost you. I'm not going to dock it stars based on price, this review is about the product itself and what a product it is. Sony has really outdone themselves with the quality of their TV. The tablet-esque stand that keeps the tv tilted at a slight degree is awkward at first but the picturesque presentation quickly grows on you. Function wise this TV has everything. It runs on Android so it's a little more difficult to navigate than Samsung or LG but after a few hours you'll be a pro. Every app you can think of, designated Netflix, Google play Store buttons on the remote etc.. Etc.. and Now for what really matters, the picture quality. It FLOORED me. Honestly, this TV really doesn't need much in the means of calibration, but if you are spending this much then it can't hurt. As it is an OLED it uses LGs panel but the guts and processor are all Sony and it really buffs up the value here. I've never seen so many natural picture settings that require such little tweaking, the picture menu is simple enough and will auto adjust to most things you want but I'd recommend Cinema Pro with tweaks to whatever color temperature you want. 4k content looks absolutely stunning as well, deep rich blacks permeate the entirety of the screen and make night scenes a whole new experience in what you watch. Honestly, 1080P content such as Netflix, looks stunning also and the tv basically upscales anything you watch, you can add artificial HDR to anything if you want but I wouldn't recommend it as it blows up the colors and really messes with the facial tones. If there is one negative about this TV - and not enough to make it 4 instead of 5 stars- it's the speakers, or lack there of. The technology behind the sound is quite cool, actuators positioned on each side work together to make the sound come FROM the screen and wherever the audio is coming on it. This is cool when you first start up the tv but quickly loses its luster when you realize how limited the capabilities of the sound is during action scenes, lacking enough UMPH to compete with even a mid level soundbar or system.. so I highly recommend pairing this TV with one of those. Other than that this tv is an absolute masterpiece, If you have the money and want the best money can buy right now then don't hesitate, go buy this now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent TV - Experienced with HDTV Technologies

    Posted
    jsorensen
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    First and foremost, I want to say this is the best TV I have ever owned. Its picture quality is above and beyond any TV I have ever viewed before. I have had a Sony LCD (6/10), a Panasonic Plasma (8/10) and Sony LED (7/10) before this TV and it blows all of them away. If you are familiar with the old Pioneer plasmas that revolutionized 'black levels' - this TV puts them to shame and I loved those TVs. ATTENTION NEW OWNERS: To get HDR, you must use HDMI 2 or 3 and you have to configure your input for 'Enhanced format'. Your TV will naturally be setup in "Standard" mode. To get the best picture quality, I would recommend searching "Sony A1E Calibration Settings". Your best native picture option would be tweaking "Cinema Pro". Picture Quality: Gorgeous. It is crystal clear and it's a perfect balance of bright and accurate colors. You have never seen black levels like this. Watching shows or movies with a lot of night scenes will look like a whole new experience. I have an Xbox One X connected to it, which is an excellent source in that it does HDR gaming, 4K gaming and has a 4K HDR Blu-Ray player. I would recommend Cinema Pro as your picture mode for the best results. I have tested numerous games, numerous Blu-Ray movies, Netflix HDR/UHD and it's simply gorgeous for all for them. Note: This screen is glossy, so you will want to ensure you have blackout blinds or your viewing area is dark for maximum picture quality. I have watched it during the daytime and I had no significant issues but you will see reflections time to time. If you have a window or source of light directly across from the TV, you will notice it. I would encourage ALL light sources go behind your viewing area. If you want lighting behind the TV (recommended), look into "bias lighting kits" such as Philips Hue. Most modern TVs will have some form of gloss to reflect light from being absorbed in the panel and hindering picture quality. Sound Quality: I have a surround system but have heard nothing but good things about the TV speakers. I pulled up YouTube and listened to some music and it sounded great. It certainly won't replace your surround system or even your soundbar likely, but it has some of the best audio for a TV out of the box. If you're mounting this on a wall with limited space, you will be happy with the audio quality. Menu: This TV comes equipped with Android TV, which, by itself, is amazing (see Nvidia Shield). However, Sony has let their customers down by making it too bloated where it is a poorly performing menu system. When you finally do get to your TV settings, it's easy to navigate, but can be very slow. To accommodate this, I have my Android system in Developer mode and have shut off a lot of processes from running when the TV is turned on. If you are frustrated with the menu system, I would look more into my suggestions above. Overall Design: Beautiful. Most of the panel is no thicker than .5" and it is well designed. Your stand is your TV input, which does give it more thickness towards the center. If you're mounting this, you will hardly notice. Its bezel around the screen is extremely minimal and doesn't detract from your viewing experience. My viewing area is straight-on, however, it does have decent viewing angles from what I could tell. Summary: I would highly recommend this TV. Your picture quality is only as good as your sources, so make sure if you are spending this much for a TV that you look into devices to maximize its potential. This is encouraged for your TV provider as well, unless you're hooking up an antenna. No matter what you're watching; sports, gaming, movies, TV shows, you will be pleased with the picture and audio quality this TV provides.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely PERFECT Picture Quality

    Posted
    manbearpig073
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First off, the picture quality, motion and everything about the panel and image processing is superior to everything on the market for an OLED panel. With that being said, the OS is absolutely useless. This review is being written on 6/26/2017 and my TV has the most recent updates. The OS is extremely glitchy, slow, and unusable. If you plan on using smart functions on this TV a separate set-top box or 4K Blu-Ray player MUST be used for smart functions. To me, when spending $5,000 for a TV I do believe expecting the Smart functions and UI to be at LEAST as good as other smart functions on competitors TVs but when spending $5,000 you expect them to be exceptional. The main issue with the Android TV UI and OS is that any adjustment to volume when using the included remote it will slow down the entire system, degrade streaming quality, and in some instances interrupt your viewing experience all together... just to change the volume and put a volume bar on the screen. This, on a $5,000 TV is unacceptable. The other issues I've had with the OS and UI include slow navigation, apps crashing (both native and third party), unsupported file types, and the fact that there is NO web browser on a $5,000 TV. The issues with the apps crashing are usually with two apps (and this may or may not be sony's fault) Youtube and Netflix. There have been an uncountable amount of occurrences where these apps crash or don't start up at all. The youtube app will load the background with red and grey without any content and will never load content until the app is closed and re-opened and in some cases you need to go into settings and force stop the app. And in the Netflix app it will load to 25% on any title and hang there indefinitely. In conclusion. PERFECT picture quality, motion, color and everything about the panel itself and image processing is PERFECT. but for $5,000 if you're going to include Smart Functions it better be JUST AS PERFECT AS THE PANEL ITSELF. I will update my review to reflect any future software/firmware updates that solve any of the issues above.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Expensive but Outstanding

    Posted
    Lefty
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Got my Sony A1E installed 04/15/17. I expected very very good picture quality. This television has exceeded my expectations. The upscaling of standard definition sources to 4K is astounding. I have not been able to review 4K content since I do not have a 4K player-yet. Therefore, I have not been been able to view HDR material. Watched the movie Easter Parade on Easter on AMC Channel and the dance sequence numbers were unbelievably superb. The colors of the costumes were spectacular. I have tried to upgrade my DirecTV equipment for 4K but they have been a nightmare to deal with for their one channel that is not pay-per-view. The sound on the A1E is better than expected. I actually turned down the brightness on the Standard Mode setting because the whites were so bright during commercials! My previous set was a Pioneer Plasma and I was concerned about motion while watching sports. The motion processing on this set is on a par with plasma. There is no ghosting or blur from the centerfield camera as a pitch heads to home plate. Beautiful. The picture is stunning. I am in awe each time the set is on. I struggled making a choice between 2017 LG and Sony OLED's. Both sets are brilliant. The upscaling and motion were deciding factors in my decision. I like the remote and Web OS better on the LG. The remote on the Sony is very capable and I like more buttons than fewer so I can get the remote to do what I want...without having to scramble for directions but there is something about the remote on the LG W7. There is only one 3.5mm input for any older analog device (camcorder,Wii) that needs an Analog Extesion Cable-not provided. The Sony XBR65A1E is Outstanding!! This set has actually looked better in a home environment than it did in the store and it looked amazing in the store. The installers from Magnolia did a superb job on my wall mount and my salesperson (George K) gets my appreciation.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Buyer beware!!! Sony design flaw!!!!

    Posted
    BenG

    In February, my husband and I purchased a 65” Sony OLED A1E TV from Best Buy. Because this was such an expensive TV, and I’m risk averse, we also bought the Best Buy protection plan. My husband, who used to work in audio/visual sales and his friend, who does audio/visual installation, mounted the TV themselves on the wall. This is a heavy TV, maybe about 60 lbs or so. It’s supported by a plastic kick stand base that Sony bolted/glued to the back of the TV. Once the TV was on the wall mount and they let go of the TV, the weight of the glass from the screen pulled away from the plastic kick stand and bowed the TV which caused the screen to crack internally. My husband has spent numerous hours on the phone with Best Buy and Sony, filing a claim with Sony, but because he mounted the TV himself, Best Buy and Sony absolve themselves from responsibility, citing “physical damage” which isn’t covered under the manufacturer or Best Buy service warranty. Our contention is a faulty design flaw by Sony which they refuse to consider, despite the pictures we’ve emailed to Sony and shown Best Buy. Best Buy won’t even send a technician out to our house to look at the TV to consider the possibility of a faulty design by Sony. Incidentally, the 2017 model is the only year that Sony used the kick stand base. They changed their design in 2018. Coincidence? I think not. I’ve attached two pictures. The first is the left side where the kick stand is pulling away from the TV, you can clearly see a bracket holding the kick stand to the TV. The third picture is of the cracked screen. This is an internal crack caused by the bowing of the TV when the kick stand pulled away from the screen. The exterior screen is not cracked at all. Do NOT buy this TV!!!!!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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What experts are saying

Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews

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