Sony XR-85Z9J 8K TV w/HDMI 2.1 & ATSC 3.0
Here’ a brilliant Dolby Atmos audio system upgrade exclusively designed and ready for the A80J, A90J, Z9J and X95J TVs. Add Sony’s new HT-A9 12 channel or the HT-A7000 7 channel Dolby Atmos Audio system and use the A80J built-in speakers for the central channel.
Get an additional $1,000 off when you bundle Kaleidescape Strato S 6TB or 12TB server with your Z9J.
Sony’s 2021 8K HDR TV with XR video processor for unparalleled realism
Step into the world of Sony 8K, exclusively powered by the acclaimed XR Cognitive processor.
Enjoy immersive big screen entrainment with four times the resolution of 8K and high brightness and deep rich blacks and full-color volume.
Pictures are rich in depth, texture, and detail, filling your field of view with unparalleled realism.
Sony’s Extended Dynamic Range
Due to its low transmission rate, generating brightness on an 8K panel is difficult. By precisely balancing the light output across the screen, dimming LED independently, and boosting others, X-tended Dynamic Range PRO reveals a bright range of several times that of a conventional LED Backlit TV.
8K X-Reality PRO
Simply upscaling from 2K or 4K signal will not achieve the exceptional high-quality standards of 8K, creating the need for a dedicated 8K upscaling technology.
Sony’s 8K X-Reality PRO meets the need with an exclusive 8K database.
Patterns in scenes are analyzed and enhanced using the database to find the most accurate texture and character for the incredibly detailed, close to native 8K pictures.
Sound Straight From the Center of the screen where the voices are best imaged
Just use the TV center channel mode.
Connect your amplifier center channel speaker output to the speaker binding post terminals on the TV to transform it into a high-quality center speaker.
Acoustic Surface+, you’ll hear every word from movies, concerts, and broadcast content directly from the screen.
Frame-Tweeter: Sony’s Sound-From-Picture Reality portfolio, the entire frame of the Z9J is used as a tweeter, feels like that the sound is coming directly from the screen image