Sony KD-48A9BU review
Test scoreShow Context
- 48 inches
- 4K Ultra-HD
48-inch OLEDs are a big deal. They are the smallest models available with this technology (seven inches smaller than the previous smallest size) and that means more people can consider them if they have smaller living rooms. They are expensive though, so these TVs will need every ounce of that supposed OLED quality to justify the hefty price tag. Is the Sony KD-48A9BU good enough? Find out in our full expert review.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s the picture quality like?
- What about the sound?
- What’s it like to use?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Is Sony a good TV brand?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
Compare retailersPrices updated daily
Prices are ordered from lowest to highest, irrespective of retailer rating or stock, and exclude any potential delivery costs. We are not able to show every possible retailer and cheaper prices may be available. When you click on a retailer link on our site, we may earn affiliate commission. This supports our not-for-profit mission to empower consumers and in no way affects our recommendations. Find out more.
- 38%Lowest score
- 63%Average score
- 81%Highest score
How to buy the best TV
Our in-depth guide reveals how to buy the best TV with confidence, explaining features like 4K and HDR, what size television you should buy, which are the best TV brands, how much you should spend on a TV and more.
What is smart TV? Best smart TVs for 2022
Smart TVs connect to the internet and let you access apps like BBC iPlayer, All 4 and Netflix to watch and catch up on films and TV programmes.
What size TV should I buy?
Find unique Which? insight into the ideal size of TV for your home. Plus, find the top TVs in all these sizes.