Sound dictates the design of Sony's premium televisions. They boast a 'peak design', which makes them thicker at the bottom than they are at the top. The extra space on each side is used as a chamber for its mid- and bass-driver.
All of them are treated as exposed showpieces and the two drivers are of the magnetic-fluid variety. This means the speakers can be pushed harder because the magnetic fluid lowers their operating temperature. And because magnetic fluid speakers have a smaller footprint, larger speakers can be packed into the smaller space.
Sony is not only focussing on the hardware; its televisions support its HRA standard for high fidelity audio.
And of course, how big is too big
Buying the largest set available can dwarf an entire room, leave a creak in your neck and turn an immersive experience into one that is uncomfortable.
The rules on this aren't set in stone. In fact, we've written a whole separate guide designed to help you calculate the right size TV for any one room. You can read it all here.
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