Image of a living room with a Sony TV in the centre of the living room  Image of a living room with a Sony TV in the centre of the living room

TV

Accessibility for all, whatever your needs

Technology makes it easier to see, hear, and use. Incorporating accessibility in its design, Sony’s TV enhances the user experience regardless of age, ability or environment.

Accessibility to assist your senses

Three icons next to each other, on the left an eye, in the middle an ear and on the right a hand Three icons next to each other, on the left an eye, in the middle an ear and on the right a hand

Vision Assist

Use voice control, hear what’s on screen, or adjust the display.
The feature availability depends on model, region and country.

Talkback and text magnification functions

Talkback0 allows you to check the TV programme guides on screen or to change TV settings without looking at the screen, while the Text Magnification1 will display an enlarged version of the focused text at the bottom or top of the screen2.
 Image of a TV menu with Talkback and text magnification options shown

Tactile dots

To help make setting up easier, Sony include tactile dots on the back panel as the HDMI terminal for TVs and home theatre products. Additionally, notches and tactile dots inside the packaging guide to a QR code0. Scan the code to go straight to the BRAVIA Connect app with screen reader support.1
Two way image split of tactile markers indicating input and output ports, and packaging with tactile markers framing a QR code

Colour inversion 

Invert the brightness of colours so that bright areas become dark, and dark areas become bright. This feature can be turned on or off as needed. If the text is easier to read with a dark or bright background colour, you can use Colour Inversion to change the background colour.
 Split screen of two images, the left with standard colours setup and the right with colour inversion feature on

Accessibility shortcut

Accessibility Shortcut allows you to quickly and easily turn your accessibility features on or off.
Image of a TV menu with accessibility shortcut setup shown

Hearing Assist

Adjust the volume and sound, or turn audio into text.
The feature availability depends on model, region and country.

Crystal clear voice. Precise dialogue.

No more muffled voices. Our new Voice Zoom 3™ recognises human dialogue through AI machine learning and amplifies or reduces its volume so even small dialogue sounds loud and clear. Works with our home theatre products too.0
BRAVIA screen next to volume bars indicating the three sources of sound in the video, with the subject's voice as the loudest

Action Assist

Select the operation method, including shortcuts or voice control.
The feature availability depends on model, region and country.

Notification timeout function

Notification Timeout can be used to extend the display time of a notification.  
Image of a TV menu with the menu timeout shown

Hands-free operation, including video searches

Users of BRAVIA with Google Assistant built-in can simply say "OK Google" and say a task, for example, searching for a YouTube video, and it will be done. Voice commands can also be used to operate the BRAVIA itself, such as turning it on or off or changing the volume01234.
 Image of a Bravia TV in a living room with main menu dispalying all the different services available

Stable remote operation on a desktop

Our remote is designed for stable operation on a flat surface, so that the remote buttons can be accurately pressed with a single finger without having to hold it in your hand.
 Images of two remotes, on the right a remote in silver and on the left a remote in black

Watch this video to review BRAVIA™ accessibility information