Final Clearance Sony 55" 4K UHD HDR OLED Android Smart TV (XBR55A1E)

  • Model #: XBR55A1E
  • Web Code: 10630154
  • Release Date: 05-04-2017
Save: $500
Price Ends: December 24, 2018
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Includes FREE installation, fixed wall mount, and smart TV setup ($430 in value)


Absorb every detail with the Sony Bravia OLED Smart TV. It combines 4K Ultra HD resolution and 8 million self-illuminating pixels to deliver an exquisite symphony of detail, depth, contrast, and colour. With Acoustic Surface technology, audio comes from the entire screen of this TV to ensure you receive picture and sound in perfect harmony.

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A perfect vison of life's brilliance

  • 55-inch 4K Ultra HD display features a jaw-dropping 3840 x 2160 resolution that lets you savour every crisp detail when watching your favourite action flicks or sporting events
  • OLED technology manages over 8 million self-illuminating pixels to achieve exquisite contrast with incredible depth in every scene
  • 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) works with a wider spectrum to deliver spectacular colour, striking contrast, and exceptionally lifelike detail

A technological tour de force

  • X1 Extreme processor upscales content from any source and brings it nearer to 4K HDR quality so every DVD, Blu-ray, internet video, and more is displayed at its dazzling finest
  • 4K X-Reality PRO with dual database processing individually analyzes the parts of every scene and matches it with a special image database to remove unwanted noise and enhance texture, contrast, colour, and edges
  • 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping breaks up the solid bands of colour of an 8-bit or 10-bit source and enhances it to create a smoother, more natural picture
  • TRILUMINOS Display technology produces a wide colour range to bring out vivid reds, greens, and blues to make everything on-screen appear incredibly lifelike
  • Motionflow XR technology delivers increased pixel response times and reduces motion blur so you can see all those adrenaline-pumping car chases and intricate fight sequences with awesome clarity

Your window to a world of entertainment

  • Wi-Fi connectivity and an Ethernet port offer the convenience of streaming content from the web, while Bluetooth technology gives you the power to wirelessly pair with mobile devices such as a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or laptop
  • Android TV combines traditional broadcast channels and internet content into an intuitive user interface with a content bar to help you find everything fast
  • Google Play feed thousands of apps right to your home screen, so you can access services like Netflix and YouTube in seconds
  • Included voice remote control makes navigating your on-demand services a breeze by letting you browse and locate content by speaking
  • Google Cast is like Chromecast for your TV; it lets you flick your favourite shows from your smart device over to your Sony Android TV for seamless viewing from small to big screen
  • DLNA certification means you can wirelessly share audio, video, and photos with other DLNA-certified devices across your home network

Keeping you connected

  • Four HDMI inputs allow you to connect your computer or gaming console to the TV so you can stream cute cat videos from YouTube or play Halo on the big screen
  • Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder, or other USB device into the 3 USB media ports, and watch your memorable travel photos from Paris come to life

Enjoy a full sensory experience

  • With Acoustic Surface technology, audio comes from the entire screen to create a soundscape that's warm, clear, and absorbing
  • Cinematic S-Force Front Surround mimics the way your brain correlates sound sources to create proper volume, time lag, and sound wave spectrum using only the left and right speaker channels of your TV
  • ClearAudio+ technology and magnetic fluid speakers produce rich, clear sound from crisp highs to extended lows so you can jam out to popular hits and guilty pleasures
  • A virtually unnoticeable kickstand and speakers, an ultra-narrow frame, and hidden cable routing ensure you only see what really matters -- a crisp, crystal-clear display

What's in the Box?

  • Voice Remote Control (RMF-TX201U)
  • Batteries (R03)
  • AC Power Adaptor (ACDP-120E03, ACDP-160M01)
  • AC Power Cord Spec (US2 Pin, Flat)
  • IR Blaster (1-849-161-12)
  • Operating Instructions
  • Quick Setup Guide / Supplement CUE (GA)
  • Table Top Stand (Separate, Assemble Required)


  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • from Windsor Ontario

Poor Replacement of Parts When Broken

My Sony 55A1E is one year old. The screen went black, and the GEEK repair have told me it takes 4-6 weeks to get the part from SONY San Diego. I never imagined a TV one year old would take 6 weeks to get a part - but I am told this is the current industry standard. Buyer beware!

  • from Sooke, BC

Superb picture. Excellent hardware, shame about the software.

(Review of Bravia 55A1E after 4 weeks) The picture quality is simply amazing. Not only is 4K content superb, HD is excellent --it does an excellent job of up-converting from HD. No problem with the sound either. As a [large!] 4k monitor it is perfect; as a “smart TV”, though, I have issues with it. The streaming content choices are severely lacking. Some are built in, such as UTube and Netflix; others are loaded through Google Play Store. Therein lies a major problem. Many are unavailable, such as Acorn TV and Britbox. (While both appear in the Google Play website they required Android 4.2 and so cannot be loaded on this TV which has version 4.1.) I was able to load MHzChoice and sometimes it works sometimes fails. Even worse was Fandor that is so limited as to be unusable, one cannot search by genre for example. By attaching a Roku box all 4 of these services are usable and are breathtaking! The downside (apart from paying for additional hardware) is you now have two remote controls to use: one for controls like pausing and one for volume. There are a few other annoyances I find. It has Bluetooth capability and it paired with my Evantree headphones without a problem. But each time enabling them (going from TV speakers to headphones) is a lengthy and cumbersome process; it takes 27 presses on the remote control to connect. The home screen has a lot of clutter that there doesn’t seem to be a way of removing. When wall mounted, attaching hdmi cables is a little awkward. It is also strangely hampered by the identifying lettering being dark grey on a black background. I like the feel of the remote control. It has a microphone for voice control which of course doesn’t help if you’re using the Roku box. A button labelled “TV” can be set to an input source which is handy; it would be nice if some of the other buttons could be programmed. (I don't find having buttons labelled Google Play and Netflix helpful.) Many buttons such as Audio and Subtitle do nothing except to display at the bottom of the screen the playback location -- the same as the Play buttons (pause/forward/back) do. These latter buttons are small and crowded together. They are hard to find quickly and it is too easy to hit the wrong one, for example hitting the rewind and going to beginning of show instead of going back 10 seconds. If you hunt on the web site there are a couple of manuals that explain what some of the buttons on the remote that don’t do anything are supposed to do. The manual, though, turns out to not to be specific to the A1E but covers a range of models. (It talks about 3D features for example which are not on the A1E.) It also mentions things like “Opera TV” that doesn’t seem to be included or available either. The default screen saver displays the time in the lower right hand corner, always in the same place. If the purpose is to prevent burn-in then always displaying the colon in the same place is pretty stupid. It's a little flaky. Once it locked up and needed a power cycle (reboot). Another time there was no audio, and again simply pressing the power switch on the remote wasn't enough, it needed the plug pulled.