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Sony KD49XD7004BU £550.00 @ Amazon

£550.00 @ Amazon
Looking at the descriptions, it seems to have all the bells and whistles. Only missing thing from Sony line-up is TRILUMINOS, but God knows what the heck that even means. - 4K - HDR - Android TV, w… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Looking at the descriptions, it seems to have all the bells and whistles. Only missing thing from Sony line-up is TRILUMINOS, but God knows what the heck that even means.
- 4K
- HDR
- Android TV, with all your apps
- 4K X-Reality PRO: Upscaler and blablabla

Is there anything I´m missing out?
diegomanas Avatar
5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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This is £599 at John Lewis (49xd7005), so you may prefer that one for a 5 year warranty
#2
says £799 for me
#3
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.
#4
Avallon
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.


what about this one KD49XD7005BU
#5
Avallon
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.
Well, it´s as HDR as a sub 800 tv can be, 8bit + high freq. colour tinkering. Is there any True HDR (10b panel) that cost less than 1k?
#6
mastakilla87
Avallon
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.
what about this one KD49XD7005BU
Given identical Sony Specs and some pics from the web. My guess is that both are the same but with different base/pedestal colour
#7
mastakilla87
Avallon
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.
what about this one KD49XD7005BU

Same thing I'm afraid...
#8
The best rated TV would be the Samsung UE49KS7000 - about £750-850, alternatively there is the LG 49UH850V (HDR + even Dolby Vision support) - not as well rated but only £699. I have a Sony Bravia at the moment and love it, but would probably spend the extra £150 on the LG over this Sony. Not having proper HDR support would always make me feel as if I've just missed out...Alternatively, I'd wait until next year's Sony TVs have been released.
#9
jayelloh
says £799 for me


and me
#10
diegomanas
Avallon
It's not true HDR (8 bit panel instead of a 10 bit panel) - not Ultra HD certified unfortunately.
Well, it´s as HDR as a sub 800 tv can be, 8bit + high freq. colour tinkering. Is there any True HDR (10b panel) that cost less than 1k?
would the ue55ks7000 be a contender? and that is 899 at jl

Edited By: rob200375 on Dec 28, 2016 09:30

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