Sony BRAVIA KE85XH9096BU
Full Array LED backlighting with X-tended Dynamic Range gives cinematic contrast
The Sony Bravia KE-85XH9096BU uses a full-array LED backlight with ultra-dense structure for bright and even backlighting This ultimate level of brightness control boosts contrast levels, giving deeper blacks, dazzling whites and truer colour between. X-tended Dynamic Range controls the brightness and contrast within the zones, giving optimum realism and a true-to-life image – especially when seen on this jumbo 85 inch screen.
Get the best out of Netflix, with Netflix Calibrated Mode
If you’re a movie fan and use Netflix, you’ll love Netflix Calibrated Mode. This setting bypasses many of the TVs processors, giving you a picture that’s much closer to how the filmmaker’s originally intended.
The smoothest images with X-Motion Clarity
Sony’s X-Motion Clarity with 100Hz native panel, makes use of the LED panel’s full array dimming technology to deliver smoother and brighter images. By controlling the backlighting with greater precision this Sony 85” TV offers enhanced realism, especially with fast-moving sports and action movies.
X1 Processor – the power behind the picture
Sony’s X1 Processor is their premium processor, designed to get the best from all images. The processor helps boost contrast, detail and colour. Every aspect of the picture relies on this powerful processor for a more natural and engaging picture.
HDR support, including Dolby Vision
HDR maximises picture quality, bringing detail to the darkest areas of the picture as well as making the overall image look more life-like than ever. As well as HDR10 and HLG formats, this Sony is also compatible with Dolby Vision. Dolby Vision optimises the HDR format to give quite simply the sharpest, most accurate images possible. Very much an industry standard, Dolby Vision continually adjusts the picture for the most remarkable realism.
Sharpen up the sound with Acoustic Multi-Audio
Sony’s unique Acoustic Multi-Audio speaker system enhances the sync between what you see and what you hear. By placing two, sound positioning speakers at the back of the TV, the sound precisely tracks the image, making the audio more life-like than with conventional TV speaker systems.
Smart Android TV
Bringing together photos, music, movies, Internet and apps, the Sony Android system makes accessing a huge range of entertainment easy. The Android platform brings more apps than any other smart TV platform, meaning you’ve got the widest choice of smart TV possible.
Voice control your TV
Featuring Google Assistant built-in, this Sony TV effortlessly becomes part of your Google/Android home network. If you prefer to use a different platform, the Sony’s compatible, too. Apple AirPlay and Homekit compatibility makes it possible to integrate with your Apple system. Support for Amazon Alexa devices also means you can voice control via your existing Alexa device.
YouView and Freesat make easy TV subscription-free
YouView is a popular innovation that brings together live and on demand TV in an effortless, intuitive way. The simple menu page lets you easily find live or catch-up programmes, without having to open separate apps. Freesat also provides subscription-free TV that’s easy to access. The difference with Freesat is that it uses a satellite dish rather than a conventional aerial, making it ideal for anyone who already has a dish.
Sleek, Sony style
With its slim, aluminium bezel, this Sony TV looks every bit as sleek and timeless as you’d expect from a BRAVIA design. The elegant legs not only provide stable support but also have handy cable management built-in.
Bring the cinema home, with the Sony BRAVIA KE-85XH9096BU.
Please note, this Smart TV features third party Apps. These Apps may be modified or withdrawn at any time. There may also be a delay in launching some of the featured Apps. Catch-up TV Apps may vary by region. The function and availability of apps is not covered by the manufacturer’s or Richer Sounds’ guarantee.
Please note: This TV does not feature the Freeview Play catch-up service.