CES 2017: Sony 4K TV has no speakers

Thanks to new technology.

The Sony A1E 4K HDR TV series is the world’s first large screen TV which can emit sound from the screen itself. Taking advantage of the OLED’s backlight-less structure, Sony developed a new Acoustic Surface technology which can emanate sound directly from the screen, doing away with conventional speakers usually located around the TV.

The new 4K HDR TVs have been designed to deliver even wider range of brightness and higher contrast by combining a unique image processor and display device technologies.

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The 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme from Sony’s flagship Z series has been widely acclaimed for its ability to produce lifelike picture with superb texture, depth, colour, and contrast. With its two new X and A TV series, Sony introduces its 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme’s power to a broader audience.

The new X93E series features Slim Backlight Drive+, an improved LED backlight technology allowing more precise and accurate local diming control compared to Slim Backlight Drive. With its quad-edge LED structure and X-tended Dynamic Range PRO local dimming and boosting technology, it delivers 10 times the XDR contrast of conventional LED TV.

The new X93E and A1E series will additionally support Dolby Vision, the HDR format from Dolby Laboratories.

Availability and pricing for the Australian market has not been confirmed by Sony.

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