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Sony KD55XD8599BU 55-inch 4K HDR LED TV @ Tps £849.00

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Got one myself from Currys for £100 more last week. Very good TV .Seems good price . Taking 4K to the next level with HDR, the Sony KD55XD8599 makes pictures more believable than ever. 4K X1 pro…
RajUK Avatar3d, 15h agoFound 3 days, 15 hours ago54 Comments
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I am looking for a Sony 55" but can anyone tell me the main difference between this model and the following two please?

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55xd7005/sony-kd55xd7005bu

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55xd8005/sony-kd55xd8005bu
price up to £899 now
wonder if john Lewis would price match
I've just got this price beat from richer sounds, £839 ;) really happy as I was going to get the 8005 for £799 but been able to get the next model up for only £40 more. Thanks :D
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Still does ok hdr even though it's 8 bit.


HDR and 8bit are NOTHING to do with each other. Everyone on hot deals loves talking about this but they have no idea. HDR pulls out the shadows, hi-lights, etc to give the image a greater depth of colours and range. 10bit bit on the other hand does not increase the hi and low range at all, it add more steps of colour between the already existing shades of colour, nothing to do with increased range! Say you have a image of a blue sky, the 10bit panel will have a smoother blue gradient (banding) as it has more steps of colour. Only professional grade monitors with hi-res images really need a 10bit panel, you will never notice the difference on a tv I think. Maybe if your watching 4K blurays and you know what to look out for. Adding 10bit to TVs in mainly marketing.


​hallelujah, someone speaking some sense!


Someone talking nonsense if he cant even see the difference between 8 and 10 bit lol​
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Sony 43" 4K HDR SMART TV + Free Sony Blu-ray + Free wall bracket + Free 7 year extended warranty + Free delivery - £649.00 @ TPS UK

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SAVE £££ Sony KD43XD8088BU TV FREE BDPS1700 Blu-ray FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/tps.uk.com Currys price comparison - (£689.00) http:/…
masterz123 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago14 Comments
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it has a 10 bit panel.
Meant if you have money sorry for the typos
It has 10 bit panel
Check review at rtings it's called x80 in us
Displyspecicfication have been wrong before
However it doesn't get as bright as ks7000
It's ok for gaming not excellent
Overall it's midrange 4K tv with HDR and 10 bit panel
Heated for the price bit if you have obey and you are a gamer then go for ks7000 in 49 inches is 899 at John Lewis with their excellent customer service
TheBiker
Too small .....
I second that
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Sony KDL50W756CSU 50-inch LED LCD TV + 7 year warranty + FREE wall bracket + fixing kit + Free delivery £499.00 @ TPS

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Good price, a bit cheaper than Amazon and Tesco (£29) but Its the warranty that makes this a great deal, 5 year warranties are usually around £120 on £500 tvs. Features: X-Reality Pro Android T…
Shaydog Avatar6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago3 Comments
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4K 50" sony identical looking Tv was going for about £479 at AO.com a few wks ago.. Been posted here. But 7 yr warranty sounds tremendous.. Altho never heard of the retailer
not 4k etc etc
oO 7yrs :|

Edited By: AJ92 on May 31, 2016 14:33
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Panasonic TX-P42X50B 42-inch Plasma TV - TPS £299.00

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I follow these guys on twitter as I bought a Plasma from them last year. Without a doubt some of the best customer service I have had from this place. They do an offer each week, and this seems v…
steb9780 Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago22 Comments
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where is the BUY button?
What is this, 1080i?
Got this recently, highly recommended, can't fault it, except it does take a while to actually turn on, but assume that is normal for plasma's?
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My Only concern is that I've heard Plasma tv's get heated up quickly and break, compared to the LCD or LED TV's
picture quality is lower than LED and LCD too..so cold!

Not everything you hear is right! Which is why common sense is so important.
Popped over to my Mum's the other day and Dad had secretly bought one of these - I was gobsmacked at how good the picture was. Africa on BBCHD was stunning. Motion was pretty smooth (though not perfect), colour was rich and natural and contrast was ace.

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Panasonic TX-P50VT30B 50-inch Plasma TV £999.00 @ TPS

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3rd option down. The Panasonic TX-P50VT30B £999 with free 5 year warranty (If you buy instore only for the warranty) Available to buy online with free delivery. Great TV and a good pric…
brigtondoc Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago8 Comments
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brilliant find. Did not buy this one from them punted for the bigger one as they had it and many others on offer. The only 50VT one they have left is a display model but its been professionally calibrated so will be the best pic you can get from the TV well worth a buy. Hopefully my one will arrive tomorrow.
hightower4
Wow Very hot, this tv was around £2200 before xmas!

Really, do tell?
Wow Very hot, this tv was around £2200 before xmas!
That is a brilliant find Cheers
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well to expensive

In relation to what?

To something from the pound shop most likely.:D

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42" Panasonic £399.00 inc 5 year warranty £399 @ TPS UK

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This seems like a vary good price for a panny with a free 5 year warranty.
errolnewman Avatar5y, 3m agoFound 5 years, 3 months ago9 Comments
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Cheap plasmas don't have better blacks, e.g. this C3... mediocre blacks... hence the need to spend more to to get a plasma with decent blacks, e.g. the S30
I agree Plasmas are better, plus they give you bragging rights.

Neighbours: I see you bought a new LCD TV

No its a PLASMA (and then conitinue to bore them explaining why plasma have better blacks and faster response etc etc)
Review here http://www.avforums.com/review/Panasonic-C3-TX-P42C3B-42-Inch-Plasma-TV-Review.html

Verdict is 'Good', which is respectable, behind the higher 'Reference' & 'Excellent' verdicts. Summary...

On the face of it the TX-P42C3B is a competent display that offers exemplary build quality and impressive performance thanks to an accurate image and very good video processing. The TX-P42C3B is incredibly responsive in Game mode with an input lag of only 16ms and for this reason we suspect that it might be aimed more at the gaming market which would explain the lower gamma setting. Certainly the screen size is better for gaming and the lower resolution is less of an issue when many games themselves are at a 720p resolution.

However, despite a redesigned chassis the TX-P42C3B uses last year’s technology and thus inherits last year’s problems, specifically the issues with 50Hz material. Thanks to the lack of a black filter and low gamma setting the TX-P42C3B also suffers from mediocre blacks and a disappointing dynamic range. In addition, whilst the TX-P42C3B has Freeview HD it doesn’t have any internet or streaming capabilities and uses last year’s menus and software. The TX-P42C3B is also lacking in even the most basic user accessible calibration controls such as a White Balance - let alone a CMS - which some of Panasonic’s competitors offer even on their entry level displays.

Whilst we appreciate that the TX-P42C3B is an entry level product, we can’t help but feel that it offers too little overall, even at this price point and the reality is that there are entry level plasmas from other manufacturers that offer far more in terms of features and performance. For example the LG PK350 is in the same price range as the TX-P42C3B but it uses a 1080p panel and includes full calibration controls. If you're looking for a panel for gaming then the TX-P42C3B is worth considering but if you’re looking for a panel for watching high definition content then there are probably better options for the discerning consumer.


If you really want a Panasonic Plasma, then keep saving for this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-P42S30B-42-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B004TFDSUQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1313405070&sr=1-1
A HUKD post for this model from M & S exists (1 week) ago £ 380- with delivery and 5 guarantee


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-42-tx-p42c3b-plasma-tv-with-freeview-hd-379-00-delivered-deal-day-free/990111
Voted cold....
Decent TV and Panasonic are also my fav but this is very basic spec and cheaper on a google search (Richer sounds £329 / £362 with 5yr warranty)

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