Sony picture and sound: a closer look at various TVs and speakers – games -. plans

Sony has long been a major player in the field of television and audio equipment. However, in recent years, so many products and models have appeared that we can imagine that you can no longer see the wood of trees. In this article, we zoom in on Sony’s A80K OLED TVs and two soundbars: HT-A3000 and the HT-A5000.

the A80K TVs Sony OLED models are available in three sizes: XR-55A80 KB (55 in.), and XR-65A80 KB (65 inches) and the massive (77 inches) XR-77A80K. This trio of TVs is equipped with the Cognitive Processor XR. With this, Sony says it is inspired by the way we humans experience the world around us based on information that is simultaneously sent to the brain through the eyes and ears. For a long time, traditional AI detected and analyzed elements such as color, contrast, and detail only at the individual level. The Cognitive Processor XR analyzes everything at once, just like the human brain, so it can better coordinate the picture and sound under different conditions.

For example, Cognitive Processor XR analyzes hundreds of thousands of items at once. One of the elements is the so-called focus point, which is the point that people focus on most when they watch a movie, series or football match. By analyzing each element of the image along with the focus point, depth information is obtained. The correct depth of the image is then provided by a depth map. The foreground is given more depth and the background is adjusted for a more natural image. In short: the therapist magnifies the image that people focus on the most.

For example, XR TVs intelligently recognize when a person appears and then display it as realistically as possible. At the same time, colors are displayed dynamically. The range of colors is expanding, but it is not the case that as many colors as possible should be pushed everywhere. For example, the processor promises to display skin tones as naturally as possible and will adjust color reproduction accordingly.

Reduce noise, hue and contrast

Furthermore, Sony promises that the XR-55A80K, XR-65A80K, and XR-77A80 KB Again more capable than its predecessors in applying noise reduction. The images are divided into small squares better than before, after which the processor learns where there is a lot of movement on the screen and where there is not. Color gamuts are also increased because Sony Bravia XR TVs use accurate color mapping. The XR processor zooms in on individual objects to better visualize light, shadow, brilliance, droplets, and surface.

Offer cashback on Sony TVs and Soundbars

Sony is currently running a cashback promotion where consumers can cash back up to €600 on a wide range of TVs and soundbars. It can save a lot of money. For example, the XR-77A80K is €350 and in the HT-A5000 you get €200. You will find all cashback amounts and working models here Again, the offer will run until January 22, 2023.

XR OLED Contrast Pro enhances color and contrast in bright areas so viewers get images with pure blacks and the best possible clarity. OLED TVs also feature a temperature sensor and a high-luminance panel. The Cognitive XR processor detects the temperature of the screen and configures the light. For example, pixels in bright areas must be lit at the same time.

The A80 Series Cognitive Processor XR isn’t just about pictures, it’s also about smart apps for audio. This is not surprising, because algorithms analyze all information at the same time. Sony Bravia XR TVs produce sound in both horizontal and vertical directions to provide a multidimensional experience. They analyze the sound and convert it into 5.1.2 channel surround sound, creating a 3D soundscape. The XR models use OLED Acoustic Surface Audio+ and turn the TV screen into a speaker, as it were. However, true audiophiles will always swear by a separate subwoofer, and Sony naturally provides that with a series.

HT-A5000 and HT-A3000 (and additional speakers)

According to Sony, the HT-A5000 is a powerful 5.1.2 channel soundbar: two upward-firing tweeters, two-way tweeters and three front-facing speakers for surround sound, plus a built-in dual subwoofer for deep bass. Thanks to the Vertical Surround Engine and S-Force Pro Front Surround, users should feel like the sound is coming from everywhere, immersing them while watching movies or playing games. Dolby Atmos and DTS:X are supported. Connect Sony’s rear speakers to this soundbar and the sound will be more detailed and accurate thanks to Sony’s 360 Spatial Sound Mapping technology.

If the HT-A5000 is the big sister, the HT-A3000 The younger brother who cares little for his relative. Much of the technology that comprises the A5000 can also be found in this model. It’s a 3.1-channel soundbar with three front-facing speakers, including a center speaker for dialogue, plus a built-in dual subwoofer for the bass parts. This soundbar is also equipped with Vertical Surround Engine and S-Force Pro Front Surround for surround sound. For example, consumers who are somewhat smaller or who have a smaller living room should be able to enjoy Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.

If you really want the full cinema experience, people can, as said, put a subwoofer or rear speakers. wireless SA-RS3SThe rear speakers use 360 ​​Spatial Sound Mapping technology. Combined with one of the compatible speakers, the sound literally comes from all sides. Fans of loud explosions, heavy bass and deep rhythms will love Wireless SA-SW3subwoofer (200 watts) or SA-SW5 (300 watts).

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