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Sony – 55″ Class BRAVIA XR A80J Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV


(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 9, 2024 3:19 am Details
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Specification: Sony – 55″ Class BRAVIA XR A80J Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

Display Type


Screen Size Class

55 inches

High Dynamic Range (HDR)


High Dynamic Range Format

HDR 10, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), Dolby Vision

Refresh Rate


Motion Enhancement Technology

Motionflow XR 240

Smart Platform

Google TV

Color Category


Product Height With Stand

29 inches

Number of HDMI Inputs


Voice Assistant Built-in

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

Product Name

55" Class BRAVIA XR A80J Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV



Model Number



A80J Series



Language(s) Displayed

English, French, Spanish

Works With

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

Minimum Stand Width

27.25 inches

Product Depth With Stand

13 inches

Product Height Without Stand

28.12 inches

Product Depth Without Stand

2.12 inches

Product Weight With Stand

41.9 pounds

Product Weight Without Stand

39.3 pounds

Adjustable Stand Width


Product Width

48.37 inches


33.25 inches

Maximum Stand Width

40.75 inches


53.25 inches


7.25 inches

Screen Size

55 inches

Picture Quality Enhancement Technology

4K HDR Processor X1

Curved Screen


Closed Captioning


Model Year



4K (2160p)

Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs


HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC)


Bluetooth Version


Screen Mirroring Technology


TV/DVD Combo


TV Tuner


Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Inputs


Number Of USB Port(s) (Total)


VESA Wall Mount Standard

300mm x 300mm

Smart Capable


Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Number of Composite Video Inputs


Number of RS-232 Inputs


RF Antenna Input


Network Compatibility

Built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet

Ethernet Port(s)


Bluetooth Enabled


Surround Sound Supported

DTS Digital Surround

Number of Batteries Included (Remote Control)


Remote Control Type

Voice control

Rechargeable Battery (Remote Control)


Screen Mirroring


Built-in Speaker Type

Downward firing



EPEAT Qualified


Estimated Annual Operating Cost

22 United States dollars

Estimated Annual Electricity Use

179 kilowatt hours

Battery Size (Remote Control)


Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year

Built-In Speakers


Number Of Batteries Required (Remote Control)


Battery Type (Remote Control)


Wall Mount Included


Stand Included


Cable(s) Included

AC power

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year



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8 reviews for Sony – 55″ Class BRAVIA XR A80J Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

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  1. MuscledNightmare

    I dont know where to begin, thee are SO many things I could go on and on about why I’m the most pleased with this tv than I’ve ever been with any other tv in my life!!! From movies to ps5 gaming… I’m constantly being more and more amazed. I’m still almost overwhelmed with how beautiful and insanely awesome the picture and audio quality. I honestly can’t find any cons, I’m also still learning all the improvements I can make with the settings. Thank you so much Shemar C !!!!!! The associate that helped assist us!!!!

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  2. Brijan365

    There is not much to say about this TV except the picture is insane the sound that comes out of this TV is better than my surroundsound it is insane if you don’t buy this TV you don’t know what you’re missing Sony has really hit it out of the park with the a80J TV and if this one sounds good the rest of the series must be even better!

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  3. Akdd

    This is the best tv I have ever owned
    The colors and quality is amazing if you think to buy a tv go with this one mine is 55” and it is perfect for my living room also the tv speakers are amazing you really don’t need Soundsbar(i already have one) but I don’t use it now a lot the tv speakers are enough

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  4. Gesualdo

    There have been exactly two times in my life when I’ve thought to myself “Wow – so THAT’S what TV is supposed to look like”. The first time was back in 2002 when, while walking through Sears (RIP), I saw a 5-figure Sony 42″ Plasma screen playing LoTR, Fellowship of The Ring on DVD. My Dad and I literally stopped in our tracks and stared, completely transfixed by the display model – unable to believe that a movie could look THAT good. I’m proud to say that the second time I had that thought was yesterday when I set up this TV in my own home.
    The only word is “stunning”. Even right out of the box, watching 4k HDR Content on Netflix was an eye-opening experience. The true blacks, realistic color accuracy, and amazing HDR highlights combine to make beloved content from the last few years look and feel brand new. Even in lower-quality broadcasts (live TV), this panel outperforms my old Samsung MU6300 by leaps and bounds.
    I’m extremely pleased with this purchase and would urge everyone considering upgrading their TV to find a store that has this panel as a demo unit – it really has to be seen to be believed.

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  5. minitech

    Step up from 2020 model, better image processing & 3 way stand configure options.Only con is the hole for the pwr cord zip tie is to big & won’t secure the zip tie clip.

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  6. Focr06

    Love this TV! Picture quality is great! Sound is good, but I always have it connected to my JBL sound bar anyways… I bought a Samsung QN90A to compare and keep the winner… I’m a Samsung guy, and eventhough it was brighter than this TV, but this A80J picture was noticeably better . IMAX mode on HBO is amazing. Samsung excels with game mode features and UI tools. I miss the small and sleek Samsung remote with solar rechargeable batteries, this big ugly remote has too many useless buttons. I only kept it for the he picture quality. QN90A looks washed out and bright scenes look overblown and less detailed.

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  7. GamerNorm

    This is my first OLED tv and I’m very happy with the performance and picture quality. The tv produces true black images that gives better detail than LED TVs that usually gives blue’ish black. The motion flow is smooth and the image is sharp and very clear. My only issue is that the settings menu is a little hard to use.

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  8. peterk

    All I can is wow. Upgraded from $400 tv to this and it is amazing. Hard to believe I can get a better picture in HDR.
    Great setup options with the feet and wall mount. Looks great either way.
    The only odd thing is with gaming. Hooked it up to my PS5 and the TV didn’t auto set up to an HDR format the PS5 supports. Had to manually do that. Other than that odd quirk no complaints.
    Not using the android TV that is built in. I hooked it up to the new Apple TV and it works great together.

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