The menu on the Sony XEL-1 OLED TV is straightforward and very easy to use. Similar to other newer Sony products, the XMB or Xross Media Bar lets you access all the settings, functions and inputs for all modes of operation. A picture is worth a thousand words so I’ll save time and post the short video walkthrough of the menu below.


This is a short review on the screen tilting function of the Sony XEL-1 OLED TV. As this model is best suited for a desktop or similar close up viewing, having the organic panel tilt for optimum viewing is a must. The video below demonstrates this capability.


Well, after a few months of running this blog I’ve finally got a look at the Sony XEL-1 OLED TV. There are currently dozens of OLED TV reviews out there on the XEL-1 ranging from praise to criticism. (More on these later). This is my first opinion.

It all depends on how you look at it.  I visited the Sony Store at the Rideau Centre in Ottawa, Canada. The XEL-1 display model is set up on top of a Blu-ray DVD player which is playing a demo disk. The XEL-1 is secured to the wall with a very heavy looking cable and is surrounded by signs and a spec sheet.

You may wonder why I just don’t post some photos and be done with it. Unfortunately I hiked down to the store and my camera crapped out. “Card Error” was all it said. I’ll have to head back later and try again. Continue reading »

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