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Sony KDL48WD653BU 48" Smart TV £379.00 @ ao.com

£379.00 @ ao.com
** same price on Amazon ** I am assuming this will have a better quality image than a "cheaper" 4K TV (LG / Philips), when using it for SkyHD etc? Key Features HD resolution gives a sharp, clear pi… Read More
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3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago
** same price on Amazon **

I am assuming this will have a better quality image than a "cheaper" 4K TV (LG / Philips), when using it for SkyHD etc?

Key Features

HD resolution gives a sharp, clear picture
Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more
Freeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD
2 HDMI ports for consoles and Blu-ray players
2 USB ports - get content from USB drives
Product Overview

Whether it’s match day or movie night, this 48 inch Full HD TV from Sony makes every viewing experience unforgettable. The 1080p resolution ensures a beautifully clear picture with vivid detail – so you’ll get the most from your Blu-ray discs and HD channels. It’s also a Smart model, so you’ll have access to catch-up TV, apps and on demand movies - plenty to keep you entertained. Freeview HD is installed too, which means you can instantly enjoy up to 70 subscription-free channels with 15 in HD. This model has 2 HDMI ports to plug in your games console and Blu-ray player, plus 2 USB ports to enjoy photos and video from your external memory.
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1 Like #1
Same price from Amazon
1 Like #2
No bad price but you get more HDMI on other tvs
#3
I've got this TV. It's not bad, great picture, but it takes a decade to come on and then even longer for the buttons to respond. 20 seconds at least to change the channel or volume. Other than that can't fault it.
1 Like #4
vsy
I've got this TV. It's not bad, great picture, but it takes a decade to come on and then even longer for the buttons to respond. 20 seconds at least to change the channel or volume. Other than that can't fault it.
Do you have network issues every time it updates? Mine always loses the ability to connect after update has installed and spend days switching things on and off till its done.
8 Likes #5
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.
#6
vanderwyse
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.


This is very true.
#8
vanderwyse
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.

Currys have the same no returns policy.
#9
Android smart tv??
1 Like #10
bigweapon07
vsy
I've got this TV. It's not bad, great picture, but it takes a decade to come on and then even longer for the buttons to respond. 20 seconds at least to change the channel or volume. Other than that can't fault it.
Do you have network issues every time it updates? Mine always loses the ability to connect after update has installed and spend days switching things on and off till its done.

To be honest I've never connected it to do an update since the first time, and I experienced what you are now, so I just left it alone after that. Its a shame because the picture quality is miles better (imo) than the equivalent Samsung or LG, just the OS I suppose that lets it down.
#11
Jocky.Balboa
vanderwyse
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.
This is very true.
I returned my lg 1080p TV last year with no probs.
#12
Russell.Muir
No bad price but you get more HDMI on other tvs


whats the max hdmi you can get, and what makes are the best for hdmi?

Im looking for a gaming tv 4 hdmi seems average but could do with more
#13
blueflash
Russell.Muir
No bad price but you get more HDMI on other tvs


whats the max hdmi you can get, and what makes are the best for hdmi?

Im looking for a gaming tv 4 hdmi seems average but could do with more


buy a 4 way hdmi adapter from ebay for about £5 and that will solve the problem.
#14
vsy
I've got this TV. It's not bad, great picture, but it takes a decade to come on and then even longer for the buttons to respond. 20 seconds at least to change the channel or volume. Other than that can't fault it.


I find that with a lot of sony TVs. The remotes are terrible.
#15
Does this TV have Android built in?
I can't see anything in the specifications to suggest it does?
1 Like #16
gooner786
Android smart tv??

timj13
Does this TV have Android built in?I can't see anything in the specifications to suggest it does?


No, this is not one of the Sony models with Android TV built in:
https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/tv/t/televisions?type=android-tv

This review on Amazon also confirm this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/R1KWZOD15TG1PH
The smart system used by Sony is basic but functional, its not as good as my android TV OS.
#17
timj13
Does this TV have Android built in?
I can't see anything in the specifications to suggest it does?
To be fair you probably do not want one of those Android built-in "smart" TVs from Sony. I have one and it is slooooow... Run almost all apps from my TV box instead - much much quicker :)
#18
garethcollins925
blueflash
Russell.Muir
No bad price but you get more HDMI on other tvs


whats the max hdmi you can get, and what makes are the best for hdmi?

Im looking for a gaming tv 4 hdmi seems average but could do with more


buy a 4 way hdmi adapter from ebay for about £5 and that will solve the problem.


Do you lose any quality with them?? Never used one ive always switched ports but now i have more devices ive thought about getting one!!
#19
liycncn
To be fair you probably do not want one of those Android built-in "smart" TVs from Sony. I have one and it is slooooow... Run almost all apps from my TV box instead - much much quicker :D

I have one already mate and it runs great, im looking to get another one because i like the first one so much
Which model have you got?
#20
garethcollins925
blueflash
Russell.Muir
No bad price but you get more HDMI on other tvs


whats the max hdmi you can get, and what makes are the best for hdmi?

Im looking for a gaming tv 4 hdmi seems average but could do with more


buy a 4 way hdmi adapter from ebay for about £5 and that will solve the problem.


thanks already have one of those on curent, TV was hoping new TV could cope. i works pretty well but on occassion doesnt always auto switch and need do manuely also make hiding cabels harder
#21
Jocky.Balboa
vanderwyse
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.
This is very true.


Bought a cooker and a washing machine from them and delivery service was fine, luckily not had to return anything. Did get p'd off by the guys phoning to flog me their additional warranties though
#23
£349 on Amazon now.
banned#24
paypeanuts
£349 on Amazon now.

£349 ao.com

Edited By: discoman2016 on Jun 04, 2017 21:17:
#25
vanderwyse
Do not dare to buy from these cowboys unless you are absolutely convinced that you will keep it.
They will not allow you to return the TV! I was sick with exasperation and ended up selling the TV on eBay losing £80 in the process. You have been warned, but if you're still tempted research their horrid returns policy.
Their CS is at exactly the other end of the spectrum from that of Amazon.


How long after buying did you try to return. Surely if you buy online distance selling rules apply.

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