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Save $1000 on this Sony OLED TV in the Walmart Black Friday sale

Sony Master Series A9G
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Looking for a great OLED TV deal ahead of Black Friday? Then you really should stay right here – and then head to Walmart once you're done reading. 

The deal in question is a 65-inch Sony OLED 4K UHD from the firm's Master Series – ie. the step up model from the still-4K OLED A8H series. And it's live now. 

What will you get? Aside from four times the self-illuminating OLED pixels found on Full HD screens, the A9H boasts the 120Hz refresh rate found on higher end TVs, which should ensure smooth, reactive gaming and a supreme sports and action movie experience. And of course, it's an OLED, so expect wide viewing angles, High Dynamic Range color accuracy and a picture that's virtually blur-free. 

Oh, and if 65-inches of screen real estate feels a touch too big for your home, you can also save $600 on the 55-in version in the early Walmart Black Friday deals

The Google Assistant is built-in to the Sony's Android TV smart platform, and it runs on the top tier 4K HDR X1 Ultimate processor, which means object-based rendering happens in real time to remaster and upscale everything you see to near-4K HDR quality. 

In the sound department, you get Sony's much-lauded Acoustic Surface Audio+, which is an innovative sound-from-picture technology where actuators vibrate the whole screen, turning the panel itself into a viewer-facing speaker. The result is a 2.2-channel Dolby Atmos compatible sound. 

Our advice? While we haven't tested these particular Sony OLED models, at these prices you can't really go wrong – two top Black Friday bargains. 

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