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Exceptional Picture, Incredible Sound, on the amazing Android TV™ platform. It is no wonder why the industry experts have fallen in love with our TVs. Experience the BRAVIA difference yourself today.

Z8H

85"

8K brilliance with immersive
sound, incredibly real

KD-85Z8H (85")
$23,999
after $3,000 cashback
U.P $26,999
Wall Bracket & Installation
Worth $199

A9G

A8H

X9500H

X9000H

*4K120 will be available via a future update on BRAVIA TV. PS5™️ game supporting 4K/120fps required.

60 Years and Counting

Since the launch of Sony’s first television by our founder Masaru Ibuka in 1960, we have captivated millions of customers worldwide with the outstanding performance and quality of our televisions. And we will strive to continue doing so by staying steadfast to Sony’s Purpose: To fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology.

1960
TV8-301
World's first direct-view portable transistor TV. Comprising 23 transistors and 19 diodes, this model was developed based on Sony's extensive experience in radio technology. In an age when TVs are assumed to be living room fixtures, this device has opened the door to personal television use. Additionally, this model offers three choices for power input.

1968
KV-1310
The first in Sony's exclusive line of Trinitron colour TVs. This model offered approximately twice the brightness of TVs using conventional shadow-mask tubes. This was a milestone product establishing Sony's superiority in colour TVs.

1977
KV-1375
Personal TV nicknamed the “Citation.” In addition to its unique and innovative design, this TV incorporated the Jet Sensor, whereby the user selected channels by gently pressing the control panel buttons. Incorporating newly developed NBM phosphor, which greatly increased the luminous sensitivity of cathode-ray tubes, this TV offered unparalleled picture clarity ultimately resulting in this product becoming
a major hit.

1990
KW-3600HD
Consumer use 36-inch “HD Trinitron” HDTV-compatible colour TV.

1996
KV-28SF5
The industry's first TV with a vertically and horizontally flat screen, made possible by the inclusion of the "Super Flat Trinitron" tube. Reproduced picture naturally and without distortion throughout the entire screen.

2004
Qualia 005
The world's first* LED backlit TV, featuring Sony's Triluminous® proprietary backlight system that uses separate red, green and blue light sources to illuminate the LCD panel. The result was unprecedented colour control and an extraordinarily brilliant picture that trumped what previous backlight systems could do.
* Among flat-panel TVs for consumer use.

2007
XEL-1
World's first organic light emitting diode (OLED) TV. The 11-inch OLED TV offers a ground-breaking new design and astonishing slimness (measuring approximately 3mm). Features Sony's independently-developed OLED panel which realises advantages such as high contrast, high peak brightness, colour reproduction and rapid response time, all of which combine to deliver unparalleled image quality.

2008
KDL-40ZX1
The world's slimmest*1 TV at 9.9mm, and the world's lightest*2 40 inch TV at 12.2kg. Featured a wireless transmitter that enabled users to arrange the layout of the room without having to worry about cable clutter.
*1: At its thinnest point; among LCD TVs for consumer use. (As of August 28, 2008)
*2: Refers only to the monitor part; among 40 inch LCD TVs for consumer use.

2012
KD-84X9000
The first 4K compatible BRAVIA model, boasting an LCD panel containing no less than 8 million pixels, four times the resolution of Full HD. Equipped with the "4K X-Reality® PRO" picture engine that upscales HD or lower resolution content including from Blu-ray™ discs and TV broadcasts - to stunning,
4K quality picture.

2017
KD-55A1E
Sony launched the BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV A1 series that offers a unique combination of the superior picture quality of OLED enhanced by Sony’s 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme™, the world’s first Acoustic Surface™ sound system, and a cutting-edge stand-less form factor.

2020
KD-85Z8H
The all-new Z8H 8K Android TV™ was launched, allowing viewers to step into the breathtaking world of big-screen 8K and amazing sound-from-screen experience.

1960
TV8-301
World's first direct-view portable transistor TV. Comprising 23 transistors and 19 diodes, this model was developed based on Sony's extensive experience in radio technology. In an age when TVs are assumed to be living room fixtures, this device has opened the door to personal television use. Additionally, this model offers three choices for power input.

1968
KV-1310
The first in Sony's exclusive line of Trinitron colour TVs. This model offered approximately twice the brightness of TVs using conventional shadow-mask tubes. This was a milestone product establishing Sony's superiority in colour TVs.

1977
KV-1375
Personal TV nicknamed the “Citation.” In addition to its unique and innovative design, this TV incorporated the Jet Sensor, whereby the user selected channels by gently pressing the control panel buttons. Incorporating newly developed NBM phosphor, which greatly increased the luminous sensitivity of cathode-ray tubes, this TV offered unparalleled picture clarity ultimately resulting in this product becoming
a major hit.

1990
KW-3600HD
Consumer use 36-inch “HD Trinitron” HDTV-compatible colour TV.

1996
KV-28SF5
The industry's first TV with a vertically and horizontally flat screen, made possible by the inclusion of the "Super Flat Trinitron" tube. Reproduced picture naturally and without distortion throughout the entire screen.

2004
Qualia 005
The world's first* LED backlit TV, featuring Sony's Triluminous® proprietary backlight system that uses separate red, green and blue light sources to illuminate the LCD panel. The result was unprecedented colour control and an extraordinarily brilliant picture that trumped what previous backlight systems could do.
* Among flat-panel TVs for consumer use.

2007
XEL-1
World's first organic light emitting diode (OLED) TV. The 11-inch OLED TV offers a ground-breaking new design and astonishing slimness (measuring approximately 3mm). Features Sony's independently-developed OLED panel which realises advantages such as high contrast, high peak brightness, colour reproduction and rapid response time, all of which combine to deliver unparalleled image quality.

2008
KDL-40ZX1
The world's slimmest*1 TV at 9.9mm, and the world's lightest*2 40 inch TV at 12.2kg. Featured a wireless transmitter that enabled users to arrange the layout of the room without having to worry about cable clutter.
*1: At its thinnest point; among LCD TVs for consumer use. (As of August 28, 2008)
*2: Refers only to the monitor part; among 40 inch LCD TVs for consumer use.

2012
KD-84X9000
The first 4K compatible BRAVIA model, boasting an LCD panel containing no less than 8 million pixels, four times the resolution of Full HD. Equipped with the "4K X-Reality® PRO" picture engine that upscales HD or lower resolution content including from Blu-ray™ discs and TV broadcasts - to stunning,
4K quality picture.

2017
KD-55A1E
Sony launched the BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV A1 series that offers a unique combination of the superior picture quality of OLED enhanced by Sony’s 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme™, the world’s first Acoustic Surface™ sound system, and a cutting-edge stand-less form factor.

2020
KD-85Z8H
The all-new Z8H 8K Android TV™ was launched, allowing viewers to step into the breathtaking world of big-screen 8K and amazing sound-from-screen experience.

See what makes our processors extraordinary

Picture Processor X1™️ Ultimate
Features included :
  • Object-based Super resolution
  • Object-based HDR remaster
  • Super Bit Mapping HDR
  • Dual database processing
  • Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
  • Precision colour mapping
4K HDR Processor X1™️ Extreme
Features included :
  • Object-based HDR remaster
  • Super Bit Mapping HDR
  • Dual database processing
  • Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
  • Precision colour mapping
4K HDR Processor X1
Features included :
  • Object-based HDR remaster
  • Super Bit Mapping HDR
  • Dynamic Contrast Enhancer

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