Sony Launches New MASTER Series TV — Say Hello To The 19F 4K HDR OLED TV
Sony has revealed today a new television series, the 19F 4K HDR OLED TV, with it offering picture quality with the next generation Picture Processor X1 Ultimate.
Sony A9F 4K HDR OLED TV
The A9F MASTER Series model comse equipped with a newly developed Picture Processor X1 Ultimate. It can intelligently detect and analyze each object in the picture through Sony’s new Object-based Super Resolution for accuracy and detail. Also, the Object based HDR remaster has been updated and now allows each object to be remastered individually for better depth, accurate texture and all-in-all more realistic picture.
In collaboration with Netflix, Sony is introducing “Netflix Calibrated Mode”. This feature was developed to mirror the same picture quality as a studio evaluation master for television in order to preserve the artists’ creative vision and intent, giving viewers the best experience when watching their favorite TV series, films, documentaries and so on Netflix.
It is also ready for CaIMAN, the display calibration software from Portrait Displays. It eliminates the struggle of maintaining the picture quality throughout the life of the TV.
Additionally, it comes equipped with the Pixel Contrast Booster, the company’s panel controller for OLED. For audio quality, it features Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology. Introduced last year, the new Acoustic Surface Audio+ gets an additional actuator in the center of the screen and an extra subwoofer channel, totaling to a 3.2 channel sound system.
Other specifications include Android TV 8.0 Oreo Operating Sytem including Android TV with Hands-free Voice Search to find what you want quickly. You can talk to the TV through its built-in microphones and ask away.
The new A9F Master Series television will be available in Malaysia from this coming September 2018.
Pokdepinion: Well that is one unique looking TV to say the least. Question is, how much will it cost though? We’ll find out more when it launches later in the year, I guess.