Why We Recommend Sony TVs
We will run the wires and install it on your wall.

SONY X-1 Processor used in Sony's higher priced models previously.
Dual Database of thousands of  pristine images from Sony broadcast cameras
Video is  run through data base twice and compares with actual images stored in memroy and improves picture quality
Image is improved Object by Object, not scene by scene
Built in over the ATSC 3.0 4K tuner to receiver UHD over the air  when broadcasts begin
Come see native 4K pictures of parades, the zoo ... objects you have seen with your own eyes
Built-In Apps include Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney, YouTube and choice to add more
 We match or beat prices from Best Buy, Amazon, Costco

Whether you are watching a Football game, basketball game, Lester Holt NBC News, The PBS New Hour, Fox Sports or Saturday Night Live, almost every picture you see was created with a Sony Broadcast camera. So, why not watch on a Sony TV?
Sony made the first LED TVs
Sony made the first OLED TVs Organic LIght Emitting Diode
Sony made the first 4K TVs
Sony makes the cameras that shoot 4K
Sony makes the actual pickup chips in the cameras
Sony made the 4K projectors that real movie theaters use
Sony reliability means TVs that last and last
and Sony makes TVs in all different price ranges... that last!
There are 2 types of TVs made today, both made first by Sony
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LED lights behind the LCD panel screen produce the light. The LCD panel with red green and blue pixels lets all the light through and you get white. To create black the panels pixels stop the light, and various mistures to create the colors. A FULL ARRAY BACKLIGHT has hundreds of LEDs divided in zones. the LEDs put out more light where the picture is brighter, and less light in dark areas. This is called LOCAL DIMMING. The newer, top of the line models Sony calls BACKLIGHT MASTER DRIVE with Mini LEDs. These have thousands of LEDs with hundreds of zones with dramatic high contrast and brightness for stunning pictures.
Originally introduced by Sony in 2007 in a small desk top model and made for 3 years while no other company had an OLED. But, making a larger set was very expensive, so Sony made precision professional monitors that sold for $30,000 to movie editors. In 2015 consumer level, expensive 55 inch sets were introduced and Sony finally brought out a consumer level model. Each of 8.4 million pixels of a 4K OLED is a tiny light bult. Each can be controlled. And if turned off produce true black, whereas the LED set has to stop the light, the OLED turns of the light. The negative is that these tiny pixel lightbulbs can only produce so much light. So, OLEDs are half as bright and cost twice as much. But, new QD OLEDs which use Quantumn Dots are brighter.
Actual photo of QD-OLED 65 in SonyXR-65A95K