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Sony X95L (2023) Series

Sony X95L (2023) Series
alaScore 98

11 reviews

Jun, 2024

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews of Sony X95L (2023) Series. The average rating for this product is 4.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Opinions about the glare and design are overall positive. The usability and durability also get good feedback, but views about the price and sound are different.

image quality, durability, usability, design, glare

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Sony X95L (2023) Series is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 98/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : John Archer (trustedreviews.com)

Sony XR-65X95L Review

 

Sony's sophomore XR-65X95L Mini LED effort turns out to be an impressive improvement over its already illustrious predecessor.

Mini LED lighting and improved local dimming deliver outstanding contrast ; Refined, well balanced but also vibrant colours ; Accurately positioned and detailed sound

The sound is a bit bass-lite ; Only two of the HDMIs support the latest game features ; No Dolby Vision game mode

Sony’s sophomore XR-65X95L Mini LED effort turns out to be an impressive improvement over its already illustrious predecessor.

Sep, 2023

Expert review by : John Archer (techradar.com)

Sony X95L review: A mini-LED TV marvel with boosted brightness and contrast

 

A mini-LED masterpiece that feels like the shape of things to come

Excellent backlight control ; Outstanding picture processing ; Impressive built-in sound system

Up against some keenly priced competition ; Not as bright as some rivals ; Some gaming limitations

Sony’s second generation of mini-LED TV – the X95L – fixes pretty much everything that wasn’t quite there with the first, resulting in a real showstopper of a TV that proves beyond a doubt that Sony continues to care about LCD at least as much as OLED.

Feb, 2024

Expert review by (t3.com)

Sony X95L review: Mini LED masterpiece

 

Sony's top-of-the-range Mini LED set shows considerable control to deliver sublime pictures

Composed, stable images ; Potent contrasts and convincing colours ; Predictably good standard of build and finish

Sound is on the thin side ; Only two HDMI 2.1 inputs ; No Dolby Vision gaming

Sony’s first Mini LED TVs weren't all that bad - but this latest generation is a decisive step forwards. In all sorts of ways (and especially where contrasts are concerned), the X95L is an impressive television and really compelling for the money.

Jan, 2024

Expert review by : John Archer (pocket-lint.com)

Sony X95L review: Closing the gap

 

Sony's second generation of Mini LED TV proves the LCD vs OLED battle is far from over.

Spectacular but still subtle picture quality ; Excellent video processing ; Powerful, detailed sound

Some tedious gaming limitations ; Occasional backlight issues ; Vivid mode is crazy

The X95L more than lives up to the promise shown by Sony’s debut mini LED TVs last year. In fact, by combining the beautiful colours, detailing, subtlety, outstanding video processing and knack for naturalism of those predecessors with more brightness...

Oct, 2023

Expert review by : Simon Lucas (stuff.tv)

Sony XR-65X95L review: it’s illuminating

 

"mini-er LED, brighter-er picture" - the Sony XR-65X95L is phenomenally film-friendly, if not the last word where gaming is concerned

Bright, high-contrast and nicely composed images ; Comprehensive and logical smart TV interface ; Built and finished without apparent compromise

Sound is rather toppy ; Still not the complete gaming solution ; Deeper and heavier than is fashionable

Bigger, brighter, better (and heavier) than before, Sony’s new MiniLED range is a winner

Dec, 2023

Expert review by : Caleb Denison (digitaltrends.com)

Sony Bravia X95L mini-LED TV review: brilliance in LCD

 

The Sony Bravia X95L mini-LED TV is the best LCD TV I've ever reviewed. But that doesn't mean you should buy it. Read on to see if it's worth the price.

Brilliant contrast Excellent color accuracy Smooth motion Minimal blooming and halo Excellent gaming features/picture quality

Quirks with picture quality with some streaming apps

“The Sony Bravia X95L mini-LED TV is the best LCD TV I've ever reviewed -- but it may not be right for everyone.”

Sep, 2023

Expert review by : Simon Lucas (stuff.tv_in)

Sony XR-65X95L review: it’s illuminating

 

"mini-er LED, brighter-er picture" - the Sony XR-65X95L is phenomenally film-friendly, if not the last word where gaming is concerned

Bright, high-contrast and nicely composed images ; Comprehensive and logical smart TV interface ; Built and finished without apparent compromise

Sound is rather toppy ; Still not the complete gaming solution ; Deeper and heavier than is fashionable

Bigger, brighter, better (and heavier) than before, Sony’s new MiniLED range is a winner

Dec, 2023

Expert review by (tomsguide.com)

Sony Bravia XR X95L Mini LED TV hands-on

 

We go hands on with the Sony Bravia XR X95L Mini LED TV, the company's premium 85-inch Mini LED TV offering. Here's our first impressions of the design, performance and more.

even better. But before making any recommendations, we'll need to run all our benchmarks on the Sony Bravia X95L. Be sure to stay tuned.

Mar, 2023