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Refurbished Sony 55 inch 4k Ultra HD TV - £599.00 delivered @ Sony Centre Direct

£599.00 @ Centres Direct
Refurbished by Sony themselves and sold through their franchised stores. Sony KD-55XD7005 Refurbished 4K Ultra HD TV with 4K X-Reality PRO, Motionflow and Android TV. Scored 7.5 on rtings after the… Read More
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Refurbished by Sony themselves and sold through their franchised stores.

Sony KD-55XD7005 Refurbished 4K Ultra HD TV with 4K X-Reality PRO, Motionflow and Android TV.

Scored 7.5 on rtings after their review

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x700d?uxtv=833f

Explore a world of entertainment in brilliant Sony 4K.

KD55XD7005BU.A

The new standard 4K Resolution TV

Enhanced 4K detail with 4K X-Reality PRO

Android TV for movies, games and connectivity
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#1
I'd buy one of these if I was looking to buy a telly
1 Like #2
iand123
I'd buy one of these if I was looking to buy a telly


Do you know much about tvs and ther technicalities thou
3 Likes #3
After the god awful slow, buggy piece of crap that Sony called an Android implementation on the one I bought and swiftly returned last year I hope they've improved now.....
1 Like #4
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
1 Like #5
What's hisense's x-reality pro engine like?
#6
You should put refurbished in the title.
#7
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty

£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
#8
Don't know anything about this TV but I've seen 4 refurbished TVs from Sony Direct and every one has looked brand new and completely unused
#10
without refurb in the title its cold from me
1 Like #11
Had 2 Sony tv's, last had the android system , awful tv,s I will never buy a Sony again.
1 Like #12
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.

If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.

Edited By: N1Andy on May 07, 2017 20:35
#13
no problems with android tv since updates. an recent marshmellow. i have a 2015 4k sony an its great!! x
#14
N1Andy
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.
If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.

Sonys bottom of the range VS hisenses bottom of the range. Yet you think the Sony won't come close? Interesting theory...

The Panasonic is comparable, "far superior" is pure hyperbole and unfounded.
1 Like #15
dead4red69
N1Andy
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.
If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.
Sonys bottom of the range VS hisenses bottom of the range. Yet you think the Sony won't come close? Interesting theory...
The Panasonic is comparable, "far superior" is pure hyperbole and unfounded.
Hang on, the 55m7000 is Hisense's top of the range at that size and it is far superior to this Sony as well as being brand new.......perhaps you should have done some research first?
As for the Panasonic, that is better than the Sony, but still not as good as the Hisense (having played with all three) at various times over the last 6 months.

The Panny has a fab OS and great upscaling.
The Hisense is all around superb, though I'm not a fan of it's OS.
The Sony has a badge on the front that says Sony.
2 Likes #16
N1Andy
dead4red69
N1Andy
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.
If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.
Sonys bottom of the range VS hisenses bottom of the range. Yet you think the Sony won't come close? Interesting theory...
The Panasonic is comparable, "far superior" is pure hyperbole and unfounded.
Hang on, the 55m7000 is Hisense's top of the range at that size and it is far superior to this Sony as well as being brand new.......perhaps you should have done some research first?
As for the Panasonic, that is better than the Sony, but still not as good as the Hisense (having played with all three) at various times over the last 6 months.

The Panny has a fab OS and great upscaling.
The Hisense is all around superb, though I'm not a fan of it's OS.
The Sony has a badge on the front that says Sony.


Not sure about the sony's range. But the m7000 is top of hisense's range
#17
N1Andy
dead4red69
N1Andy
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.
If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.
Sonys bottom of the range VS hisenses bottom of the range. Yet you think the Sony won't come close? Interesting theory...
The Panasonic is comparable, "far superior" is pure hyperbole and unfounded.
Hang on, the 55m7000 is Hisense's top of the range at that size and it is far superior to this Sony as well as being brand new.......perhaps you should have done some research first?
As for the Panasonic, that is better than the Sony, but still not as good as the Hisense (having played with all three) at various times over the last 6 months.
The Panny has a fab OS and great upscaling.
The Hisense is all around superb, though I'm not a fan of it's OS.
The Sony has a badge on the front that says Sony.

Hisense are a budget brand... The reviews for the m7000 don't particularly rate the technology, but the cost.
#18
Returned my Hisense after a few days, found the picture poor in comparison to other sets I've owned.
#19
arjun311
Returned my Hisense after a few days, found the picture poor in comparison to other sets I've owned.
Turn it on next time....
#20
dead4red69
N1Andy
dead4red69
N1Andy
dead4red69
linhang90
Errrr refurbished at this price.. nahhh. I'd get hisense h55m7000 instead for the same price. Price match it by JL for 5 yr warranty
£739 is the cheapest you'll find this particular model, it's a £140 saving and a better TV than the hisense
This is refurbished and Sony's bottom of the range set - it's not even remotely close to the Hisense in quality, and it uses Sony's incredibly arduous Android operating system.
If I had to go refurbished, then at this price I'd get the far superior Panasonic 58DX700 (which has the best OS of the lot) off Panny's ebay site.
Sonys bottom of the range VS hisenses bottom of the range. Yet you think the Sony won't come close? Interesting theory...
The Panasonic is comparable, "far superior" is pure hyperbole and unfounded.
Hang on, the 55m7000 is Hisense's top of the range at that size and it is far superior to this Sony as well as being brand new.......perhaps you should have done some research first?
As for the Panasonic, that is better than the Sony, but still not as good as the Hisense (having played with all three) at various times over the last 6 months.
The Panny has a fab OS and great upscaling.
The Hisense is all around superb, though I'm not a fan of it's OS.
The Sony has a badge on the front that says Sony.
Hisense are a budget brand... The reviews for the m7000 don't particularly rate the technology, but the cost.

What makes Hisense a budget brand? The m7000 reviews are great albeit out the box picture isn't great and needs fine tuning of which there are over 200 pages on AVforums to show its popularity and picture tuning tips. As long as it's not the chirping November build I think they're more than fine without the high price tags you pay for the LG/Samsung/Sony brands. Even LGs ~£650 alternative competition has poorer reviews than the Hisense.

Unless you're buying OLED I see no reason to spend hundreds more just for the brand.

Anyways this is a good price if you take away sluggish Android which is on most integrated TVs anyways, far better with a android box.


Edited By: kiish on May 07, 2017 22:18
#21
Don't buy from these cowboys, they send the TVs out smashed and its hell trying to get a refund.
#22
Got a 55 inch full hd version from these guys last year and haven't been that impressed with it. Bad backlight bleed, constant cracking/expanding noises, buggy OS made slightly better after most recent update. Attempted to send it back under warranty but they said all within normal operating standards of the product....beware
#23
GamersCrest
iand123
I'd buy one of these if I was looking to buy a telly
Do you know much about tvs and ther technicalities thou

Haha obviously not, after reading these comments. I do usually research before I buy though.
#24
LittleChimp
Don't buy from these cowboys, they send the TVs out smashed and its hell trying to get a refund.
That was my experience buying from them last year.
#25
SleepyChris
What's hisense's x-reality pro engine like?


I believe Hisense have some other random words to describe their meaningless guff.
#26
Delighted with my Sony refurb from last year. No issues to date. Android TV flies. Great picture. Looks superb.
#27
laurence14
Got a 55 inch full hd version from these guys last year and haven't been that impressed with it. Bad backlight bleed, constant cracking/expanding noises, buggy OS made slightly better after most recent update. Attempted to send it back under warranty but they said all within normal operating standards of the product....beware

Same - interested to read that you also noted crackling/expanding sounds - thought I was going mad!!
#28
Indicut
laurence14
Got a 55 inch full hd version from these guys last year and haven't been that impressed with it. Bad backlight bleed, constant cracking/expanding noises, buggy OS made slightly better after most recent update. Attempted to send it back under warranty but they said all within normal operating standards of the product....beware
Same - interested to read that you also noted crackling/expanding sounds - thought I was going mad!!
Yes drove me crazy at first. Have learned to live with it now but still occasionally annoying when I hear it during a quiet scene in a film. Did you ever get yours fixed/swapped?

Edited By: laurence14 on May 08, 2017 15:31
#29
laurence14
Indicut
laurence14
Got a 55 inch full hd version from these guys last year and haven't been that impressed with it. Bad backlight bleed, constant cracking/expanding noises, buggy OS made slightly better after most recent update. Attempted to send it back under warranty but they said all within normal operating standards of the product....beware
Same - interested to read that you also noted crackling/expanding sounds - thought I was going mad!!
Yes drove me crazy at first. Have learned to live with it now but still occasionally annoying when I hear it during a quiet scene in a film. Did you ever get yours fixed/swapped?

I am still in conversation with Sony - more directly on Android however, they seem reluctant to exchange.
#30
The 'popping' sounds are just something you have to accept - fact of life I suppose with TVs that are essentially mini PCs
#31
comparing a Sony quality build TV to a budget Chinese brand is preposterous within 5 years most of the Chinese rubbish will need or have been replaced not one thing will Need replacing on the Sony that's what you pay for not the badge
#32
gungading
comparing a Sony quality build TV to a budget Chinese brand is preposterous within 5 years most of the Chinese rubbish will need or have been replaced not one thing will Need replacing on the Sony that's what you pay for not the badge


I'm guessing you don't have a Sony phone then, because the full stop key is clearly broken on yours ;)
#33
DPS Board problems with SONY, avoid like the plague
#34
Sharpharp
DPS Board problems with SONY, avoid like the plague

Total BS, there is one one Google hit for 'DPS Board Sony' with isolated issues on a completely different set.
#35
dead4red69
Sharpharp
DPS Board problems with SONY, avoid like the plague
Total BS, there is one one Google hit for 'DPS Board Sony' with isolated issues on a completely different set.

Was your internet plugged in? Is your Enter Key broken or are you just new to the Internet? Perhaps you can ask someone familiar with using the internet to point you in the direction of the Sony forums, where you will find thousands of hits on DPS Board failure. Happy to educate you ;)

It's Ok, relax, we get it. It's your deal and you're very protective and want that heat... but you ain't getting any X)

Edited By: Sharpharp on May 08, 2017 21:35
1 Like #36
Sharpharp
dead4red69
Sharpharp
DPS Board problems with SONY, avoid like the plague
Total BS, there is one one Google hit for 'DPS Board Sony' with isolated issues on a completely different set.
Was your internet plugged in? Is your Enter Key broken or are you just new to the Internet? Perhaps you can ask someone familiar with using the internet to point you in the direction of the Sony forums, where you will find thousands of hits on DPS Board failure. Happy to educate you ;)
It's Ok, relax, we get it. It's your deal and you're very protective and want that heat... but you ain't getting any X)

Please do provide a link... I could find one post, regarding a different TV, it had 8 pages of chat...

The whole point of hukd is to help people find bargains, posting misinformation, as you did, helps nobody. It's not about heat.
#37
gungading
comparing a Sony quality build TV to a budget Chinese brand is preposterous within 5 years most of the Chinese rubbish will need or have been replaced not one thing will Need replacing on the Sony that's what you pay for not the badge
Absolute tosh - the Hisense M7000 series has fantastic build quality and can be had new with a 5 year guarantee vs this one with 12 months, that by some accounts is worthless and Sony build quality isn't remotely close to what it use to be.
I'd also suggest that this tv may struggle with the latest iteration of android in 5 years......and I'll be curious how much support Sony are giving that OS then.


Edited By: N1Andy on May 09, 2017 18:29
#38
stear clear of Sony tv have a 2015 model.the most frustrating and bug ridden piece of equipment ever owed. such a shame as the panel is great
#39
I'd go for this and pay by credit card. No problem!

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