Sony Bravia XR A95L - specs, price, reviews, gaming and more

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Sony, widely recognized as one of the best TV brands especially for gaming, unveiled the highly anticipated Sony Bravia XR A95L in March 2023.

The new model promises to go after top brands in the OLED market with a beautiful design, larger configuration and better brightness overall. The A95K model even comes with a webcam, which can be used to make automatic adjustments based on the viewer's position.

There is definitely a lot to look at for this new and exciting OLED TV, so let's not waste any time and dive into all information about the Sony a95l.

Sony A95L specs

Here are the specs for the brand new Sony A95L TV:

  • Size: 77"
  • Panel: Quantum Dot OLED
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 Coaxial F-Type, 1 Toslink optical
  • USB ports: 2
  • Ethernet port: 1

Sony's A95L will use the newest QD-OLED produced by Samsung, but you don't have to worry about high temperatures. Thanks to the all new Cognitive XR Processor, and an improved heat sink, the A95L will keep low temperatures while also producing beautiful images, without impacting its lifespan.

The A95L will also be the only TV in Sony's 2023 range to support Dolby Vision for gaming, along with being is capable of outputting 4K/120Hz with support for VRR.

Soundwise, the A95L doesn't boast any new features from last year's model. The tv comes with a 2.2-channel setup, using a technology that makes the screen panel vibrate from behind. This can be used to create more real sound without the use of a soundbar, along with a couple of woofers that will handle bass.

Sony A95L price

The prices for the Sony A95L models are:

  • Sony A95L 55-inch: $2,800/£2999
  • Sony A95L 65-inch: $3,500/£3699
  • Sony A95L 77-inch: $5,000/£5999

Keep in mind that these prices may vary when they are officially announced, later this year by Sony. We will update this guide accordingly.

Sony A95L reviews

While reviews are yet to be published, we have some interesting hands-on. Tom's Guide notes that the new model features notable improvements to the brightness compared to last year's model, along with a larger 77-inch size to fit most big living rooms or bedrooms.

There is also a nifty new Multi-View feature and a surprise for all gamers, a dedicated Game Menu where it'll be possible to choose options related to the performance of the TV for games. As we mentioned earlier, some of the models will also come with the Sony Bravia Cam, which will help to personalize the viewing experience, depending on where we're sitting.


Is Sony A95L good for gaming?

We most definitely say so. In this year's model, Sony has also featured a new Game menu which will be manna from heaven to those gamers that want to quickly modify the TV settings when switching from watching Netflix to playing Call of Duty.

It is possible to even add a crosshair to the TV via the said in-game menu. Overall, the Sony A95L can run in 4K 120Hz with VRR and Dolby Vision concurrently, so it most definitely is a great candidate for long gaming sessions. It also can boasts Sony's Perfect for PlayStation 5 badge, which ensures better overall HDR performance by using both Auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode

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