The Click Frenzy deals keep on comin’, and while a 20% saving on the Sony 65-inch A95L QD-OLED TV isn’t what we would comfortably call ‘affordable’, it does represent a super saving on what is realistically one of the best TVs of 2023.
We still haven’t done a proper in-depth Sony A95L review, but we did get our eyes on it earlier this year and found brightness levels to be seriously impressive. A major advantage of QD-OLED technology – which is also used by Samsung – over ‘regular’ OLED is its ability to go much brighter, while also retaining the contrast and colour benefits inherent to OLED.
Still a sizable investment, we admit, but just under AU$1,200 off what is regarded as one of the best TV of 2023 is worth sitting up for. Deep, inky blacks and bright whites, plus the connections and technologies that make it perfect for PS5 are just some of the highlights. If you can afford it, you’re in for a treat. Just make sure you enter the code CLICKVISUAL20 at the checkout.
It’s also certified to be ‘Perfect for PS5’, meaning if you connect the current-gen console, the TV will automatically activate an auto genre picture mode and auto HDR tone mapping, ensuring your games look their brilliant best.
The A95L also benefits from Sony’s Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which sees actuators and subwoofers placed behind the screen. These physically vibrate it to create sound and it’s this technology that tends to see Sony TVs perform far better when it comes to audio than its competitors.
JB Hi-Fi is currently knocking 20% off a huge range of TVs – including the slightly more affordable 55-inch version of the A95L – for Click Frenzy, so even if this Sony TV isn’t the one for you, you may find a screen that better suits your needs and budget. Just make sure to enter the code CLICKVISUAL20 at the checkout for the panel of your choice.
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Max is a digital content writer for TechRadar, covering home entertainment and audio, phones, laptops, gaming and virtually anything else that falls under the consumer electronics umbrella. Hailing from the United Kingdom, Max spent a combined five years writing for What Hi-Fi? and Pocket-lint, before moving to Australia in 2018. After a brief stint writing for men’s lifestyle publications, Max is back to working on his first passion of technology.