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Sony KDL-40R453C 40 inch Full HD TV (2015 Model) - Black [Energy Class A+] £195.48 @ Amazon

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Ok, an older model but lots of good reviews. Don`t think it`s been any cheaper? cough... Usually dispatched within 1 - 3 months...
Frank30uk Avatar1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago34 Comments
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Erm this needs to expire... now £369.99 !!!
I would have bought it but there is no buy it button :(

Edited By: Ladyluck1953 on Sep 26, 2016 16:46
Missed it :(
Thanks
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sam_of_london
1080p is dead now. £195.48 gone down the drain.


How is 1080p dead? Such a silly thing to say or believe.


​It's entirely not dead as I suspect you already know, this is just a repeated comment that is not backed up by any fact.
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design (FREE Bluetooth Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer £279.00) £999.95 @ John Lewis

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Product information Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushering in eye-popping 4K HDR, this breaks the mould of regular panels by packing its 5…
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cold. No built in VHS combi
haritori
Its a good price so hot for the deal.. but
Its the wrong time to buy into 4K, there is just too much uncertainty with standards esp around HDR, as i read recently, 4K is just new tyres for you old car. 4K OLED now that is a brand new car.

LG's range of TV's have a system called 'SUPER UHD' and 'HDR Plus'. What this means is their TV's support both standards of HDR (HDR10 and Dolby Vision) so are as future proofed as you can get right now. Most other brands of TV only support HDR10 or DolbyVision (One or the other).
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Anyone know what the input lag is on this TV when playing games? I can't find it in the specs.
Daytrader
Ianm
JellybearXo
How many hz is this anyone pls
​800
800 means nothing, i think he was asking about panel, its 50/60hz, shame they dont do a 144hz screen for your tv :)


​i read the spec and it said 800hz refresh rate, i thought thats what he wanted to know
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Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview £179.99 @ Amazon (720p)

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Amazon deals of the day, 47% off this tv ends in a few hours.
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Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, with a cold.
Well another small difference is that this is made by Sony rather than Vestel or UMC with a Sony badge stuck on it. I'd probably prefer to get this Sony rather than a Full HD Tecnika, Toshiba, Sharp, or any of the other numerous badged TV's out there. Maybe it's due to me once being in the TV service industry and couldn't face having one in my home :D

£179 for a Sony 32" LCD is a remarkable price and the perfect demonstration as to why very few TV shops exist on the high street now


​Let's not forget that the cheap brand 1080p models at this price are 40-42"

Definitely paying too much because it's a Sony
ezzer72
Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, with a cold.
Well another small difference is that this is made by Sony rather than Vestel or UMC with a Sony badge stuck on it. I'd probably prefer to get this Sony rather than a Full HD Tecnika, Toshiba, Sharp, or any of the other numerous badged TV's out there. Maybe it's due to me once being in the TV service industry and couldn't face having one in my home :D

£179 for a Sony 32" LCD is a remarkable price and the perfect demonstration as to why very few TV shops exist on the high street now

Edited By: spannerzone on Sep 18, 2016 12:21
So what's the best value 32" HD TV with 4K?
Without the Sony badge this would be colder than someone in Antarctica, with a cold.
seems ok as a tv for a bedroom. Unless someone else can point me something similarly sized with USB output cheaper.
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Sony Bravia KDL-32RD433 32" HD Ready TV with Freeview, HDD Rec and USB Playback £179.99 @ Amazon

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Product detials are in the title. This seems to be a very good price for this HD TV. Camelcamelcamel shows this is the lowest and it is £259.99 at Curry's and £269 at Tesco Direct. There is also
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People wanting, expecting and/or paying for 4k or full HD on a 'just' a 32" screen and REALLY noticing the difference is like driving round the M25 on a late Friday afternoon in a Kia Picanto 1.0 and expecting to get there any quicker than driving a Ferrari 458 (no other diverse car brands were harmed in the making of this comment) :-)
Dizzlepro
2006 we meet again


​Really people voting this TV hot live in 2006 not 2016. Soon 2017 is coming.
2006 we meet again
J0E90
Whilst it's only 720p, you'd be hard pressed to notice the difference vs 1080p IF you sit further than 6ft away from this TV, which it would be for me.
My son just broke our lovely 1080p Bravia, so I'm considering this instead of the £250 insurance excess.


You can buy 1080p for same price and 4k for little more. I had a LG 720p Lcd 32 inch 10 yrs ago which I gave away when I got my 1080p and now gave away my 1080p for free when I got my 4k. If you look on ebay, you can get same tv in near new condition for 10-20 pounds cash on collection or even free .
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Philips Soundbar HTL1190B 40W With Bluetooth £39.00 Tesco Direct

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In Tesco's clearance section.
superpanda Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago28 Comments
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does optical mean you can control the volume on the SB from the tv remote
ZazZYo
Picked up today. Installed with optical cable. I have to say my TV has better built in speakers than this massive Soundbar. Repacked it. Not sure how I can return to tesco now, since it's opened. Any advice? Anyone?


Just take it back and say it sounds poor/ won't sync TV properly, Tesco are normally pretty good and don't argue about anything
Picked up today. Installed with optical cable. I have to say my TV has better built in speakers than this massive Soundbar. Repacked it. Not sure how I can return to tesco now, since it's opened. Any advice? Anyone?
Picked one up today. It not bad. Lacks a little bass as said but ok for a bedroom Soundbar
Pretty good deal. Shame the Vizio ones are harder to come by.
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40W 5 Port USB Charger with 1x Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Port - £9.99 @ Aldi (instore)

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This would be a reasonable price for a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 but having 5 ports makes it a great deal, as the closest alternative on Amazon is the Aukey one at £17.99. I've been using something si…
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miffyl
For those that have one of these, what does the red light on the QC port when charging certain devices mean? The instruction book has no info on it.

Green is standard charge, Orange is QC2.0 fast charging (maybe 3.0 too).
Mine made a high pitch buzzing noise when plugged in after a week, back for a refund
For those that have one of these, what does the red light on the QC port when charging certain devices mean? The instruction book has no info on it.
Cautious_Joe
Perhaps it was my bad luck but I bought a white one 2 days ago from ALDI and returned it yesterday.
I was sitting on the sofa, the charger was on the table next to me with a few cables attached. The cables were draped onto the sofa but no devices were actually plugged in or charging. Heard a 'pfft' sound and looked to see smoke coming from the lightning cable (which was plugged into the USB 3.0 slot on the charger). Left a nasty singe mark on my white leather sofa. I quickly unplugged the charger and disconnected the cables. Shudder to think what would have happened if I'd not been in the room.
Can't say whether it was the cable or the charger or a combination of the two. Has made me think twice about leaving any cables plugged into other similar chargers I have at home - whether charging or not. Now wondering how to *safely* charge devices overnight?
Read the manual before operating it and again before returning it and if I recall correctly, it said something to the effect 'do no leave the charger unattended whilst in use'. Are you meant to babysit these type of chargers?
Btw the charger still seemed to work when I returned it - all ports charged and the green light was on. Should the power surge not have prevented the incident? If my ipad had been attached would it have been damaged?
Any recommendations on how to remove an unsightly dark brown singe mark from a white leather sofa will be gratefully received!

Ooof, doesn't sound good :/ I personally wouldn't have bothered plugging an iPad into the QC 3.0 port as it doesn't benefit from Quick Charge 3.0 in any way. However in saying that of course there's absolutely no way what happened should have happened. Really bad, could have been a lot worse. What brand of cables were you using, out of curiosity?
Perhaps it was my bad luck but I bought a white one 2 days ago from ALDI and returned it yesterday.

I was sitting on the sofa, the charger was on the table next to me with a few cables attached. The cables were draped onto the sofa but no devices were actually plugged in or charging. Heard a 'pfft' sound and looked to see smoke coming from the lightning cable (which was plugged into the USB 3.0 slot on the charger). Left a nasty singe mark on my white leather sofa. I quickly unplugged the charger and disconnected the cables. Shudder to think what would have happened if I'd not been in the room.

Can't say whether it was the cable or the charger or a combination of the two. Has made me think twice about leaving any cables plugged into other similar chargers I have at home - whether charging or not. Now wondering how to *safely* charge devices overnight?

Read the manual before operating it and again before returning it and if I recall correctly, it said something to the effect 'do no leave the charger unattended whilst in use'. Are you meant to babysit these type of chargers?

Btw the charger still seemed to work when I returned it - all ports charged and the green light was on. Should the power surge not have prevented the incident? If my ipad had been attached would it have been damaged?

Any recommendations on how to remove an unsightly dark brown singe mark from a white leather sofa will be gratefully received!
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Sony KDL48WD653CBU Black - 48inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD + DVP-SR170 Black DVD Player £438.97 Del with code @ Co-op Electrical (more in comments inc Sony KD49X8305CBU Black - 49inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDM

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Thought this quite a good offer, the TV on it's own is £469 elsewhere. Use code FLASH40 to take £40 off the price of £473.98 so £433.98, add £4.99 for 60 minute slot delivery, total £438.97 Del. The
wishihadadonkey Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago45 Comments
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Just ordered using a new code and got an extra £30 off Code is BOX30
stennett10
Uttam
Use voucher code FLASH40 to take £40.00 off any orders over £400.00.
I tried applying this at checkout, and while the website said it was applied successfully, the price didn't decrease. Am I doing something wrong, or does this not work? Could anyone else try?
same here..I guess the code has expired..
Uttam
Use voucher code FLASH40 to take £40.00 off any orders over £400.00.

I tried applying this at checkout, and while the website said it was applied successfully, the price didn't decrease. Am I doing something wrong, or does this not work? Could anyone else try?
DaddyDale
3454eds
Join co-op membership and get another discount,
What discount is given?
Once you join the COOP scheme they will tell you what the discount is on all different items ,
Ordered thank you x
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B&M - Philips LED [GU10 50W Spotlight Bulb/E14 Candle 40W Light Bulb/E27 60W Light Bulb/B22 60W Light Bulb] £2.99

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GU10 50W Spotlight Bulb/ E14 Candle 40W Light Bulb/ E27 60W Light Bulb/ B22 60W Light Bulb
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worth noting that this cool daylight which gives a more clinical feel.
You'll only need a 60W LED lightbulb if your house needs to be visible to shipping.
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Anyone else purchase this tv and notice backlight clouding or bleeding in the corners when we watching dark scenes?
brez
Bought the 49" version and am well impressed. Kodi installed easily, but on settings only says 1080p. It will play 4k not sure if it really is 4k! Anyone else had this problem? (Very happy with the TV by the way)


I have this TV and from what I've read elsewhere, the menus will render in 1080p only and the settings will show 1080p, but a 4K video should play in 4K. I've not tested it yet though.
dfunked
For those who use Kodi on this, does it playback h265 content OK? Currently using a Pi3 which isn't up to the task, so it'd be good to be able to just ditch that.


Yeah, it plays x265 HEVC great.
notoriouschucky
Just found out these are the 3D glasses you need for this TV. Expensive at £47 but you can use these Samsung ones as well at half the price for a pack of 2!:
Or these (These are foldable - I believe the Samsung ones aren't)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Excelvan-Universal-Bluetooth-Panasonic-Mitsubishi/dp/B01JR0QAQ6/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1472556397&sr=1-1-spons&keywords=excelvan+3d+glasses&psc=1
I use the Excelvan ones for a Sony W805C - non 4k and they are excellent.
I have cancelled my order with Currys.

Richersounds got one ex demo model in stock. What you guys recommend - to grab it or wait for X-Mas sales on the latest 2016 model - KD55X8599?
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Lightning Deal - USB Charger RAVPower 40W 4-Port Desktop Charger Mains Charger with iSmart Technology for iPhone 6S iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Android Smartphones -White - £10.48 @ Amazon

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USB Charger RAVPower 40W 4-Port Desktop Charger Mains Charger with iSmart Technology for iPhone 6S iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Android Smartphones -White For Limited time only! £10.48
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If you have (or may get in the near future) a QC device then I'd pay the extra few quid (£13.99) for this one with a QC2.0 port:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B018QF960A/ref=pd_aw_sbs_23_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=Q5GJHS6W8VQDN23SXH8D
Highly recommend!

Edited By: jamesakabob on Aug 24, 2016 15:20
Should change the price as it's gone up 2 £12.99
What was the original price?
I bought this 1 a few days ago and its 6port with 50w for £9.99:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B018E45VB6/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Edited By: AJ92 on Aug 24, 2016 12:12
Good deal op, much more reliable than the anker too
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Sony Bravia KDL75W855CBU 75" Smart 3D Android TV - Black £1,979.00 - @ AO

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Key Features 1080p Full HD - Sharp, clear picture Freeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD Smart TV features, including YouView 3D - for a lifelike cinema experience 4 HDMI & 3 USB - P…
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robdsmith
Not UHD


​I know. realised that when I seen lol

Edited By: SandstormBargains on Aug 21, 2016 22:16: .
Not UHD
ryanwhite241
This was £1849 at currys recently


​fair enough
This was £1849 at currys recently
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Sony 55 inch KD55X8005CBU SMART UHD TV £699.00 Argos

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This 55" model is believed to be a AV panel for better blacks, now £50 cheaper than it was yesterday. Looks like a great set for the money. Sony 55 inch KD55X8005CBU SMART UHD TV This Sony 4K An…
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AperturePixel
I bought this TV in April '16 for £749 and have been really happy with it. You can download VLC onto it and play videos straight off a USB plugged in with no issues.

Supposedly HDR has just been enabled on it too.


​Can you clarify the bit about hdr?


​Don't worry, appears to be out of stock anyhow.
AperturePixel
I bought this TV in April '16 for £749 and have been really happy with it. You can download VLC onto it and play videos straight off a USB plugged in with no issues.

Supposedly HDR has just been enabled on it too.


​Can you clarify the bit about hdr?
no way is the viewing angle 178 x178 though, being a variety panel, picture quality reduces significantly 35 degrees horizontal and even less horizontal
I've had this TV since December 2015, my only issue is on shots with a grey or light background that pan vertically you can clearly see 4 or so bright horizontal lines across the whole width of the tv, which is probably the led backlight, I haven't heard of anyone else have this issue though and I'm reluctant to return it as it's amazing in most other regards.
johnnymug91
ia there one like this but in 40 inch ?

I have also bought the 43X8305C for £599 as a bedroom tv, it doesn't have the VA panel though, it's IPS but so far picture is fantastic.

I have bought this 55" today for the living room but haven't opened it yet because I'm waiting on Martin Dawes to return my TV mount brackets from my faulty VT50



Edited By: trakker1 on Aug 10, 2016 21:53
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Sony Bravia KDL32WD603 32 inch HD Smart TV @ Amazon £239.00 (Lightning Deal)

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Very good deal for a Sony 32" Smart TV. It's an Amazon Lightning deal so be quick!! Was £289 and haven't found it cheaper anywhere else now. Product details can be found on Amazon. Cheers
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HD ready is definitely 720p..
santashippo
whorlow
What does it mean by HD ready? Always thought that meant the resolution is 720p. Confused
I always assumed that too however this one states to be 1080p

720p, Amazon have a habit of getting TV specs incorrect.

http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/content/cnt-specs/KDL-32WD603/list
whorlow
What does it mean by HD ready? Always thought that meant the resolution is 720p. Confused


I always assumed that too however this one states to be 1080p
What does it mean by HD ready? Always thought that meant the resolution is 720p. Confused
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Sony Bravia 65" 4K HDR 65XD8599 TV + Blu-Ray player £1,785.00 @ John Lewis

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Bonkers deal here, the set now costs £1799 (down from £1999) - BUT if you choose a package deal you get up to £150 off. So choose the BDP-S6700 4K upscaling Blu-Ray player (at £136) and the overall pr…
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Out of stock
asc91
awesome deal - bought 7.


You're funnier than Ant & Dec :P
smiler594
asc91
awesome deal - bought 7.


How much would you sell these for on EBay? Are you starting a charity?


​Face. Meet palm.
asc91
awesome deal - bought 7.


How much would you sell these for on EBay? Are you starting a charity?
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SONY BRAVIA 55W809CBU Smart 3D 55" LED TV - £599.00 delivered @ Currys

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Great TV for those not convinced by 4k. 9/10 review from trusted reviews here: http://www.trustedreviews.com/sony-kdl-55w805c-review Was 729, now 599. JL has similar model on sale for 719.
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cozzyman
650 when i click site

Same, was going to buy and then noticed.
650 when i click site
linhang90
With this price i expect 4k :D
Better picture without on non-4k feeds.
All passive 4K TV's deliver FHD 1080p per eye. This means the upper LG's and maybe even the top of the range Sony.

I've tested 20 or so Active shutter LCDs/LEDs over my time at many price ranges, and I've yet to see a TV that doesn't show Crosstalk. On LCD/LED, the pixels are not able to turn on and off fast enough which means the Left eye catches a little of what the right eye is only supposed to see and vice versa. Due to faster response times of Plasma's they show less Crosstalk.

The passive TV's on the other hand don't rely on pixels turning off and on very quickly and there glasses being in sync. That's why they show even less crosstalk.

Just be warned that once you see crosstalk you will always start noticing it!
Masteryates
Guys, if this TV uses Active Shutter 3D, leave well alone. For 3D without Crosstalk, (Ghosting,) you'll need a passive 4k TV, (which delivers 1080p for each eye.)
This is way overpriced for a Sony.

I don't get any crosstalk on my active 3D tv, perhaps you had a cheap model TV?

Furthermore, which 1080p TV offers passive 3D @ 1080p per eye?......none
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Sony Bravia 55XD8577/8599 4K HDR TV 55inch (xd8577) save £14 plus get a £130 blu-ray player £1,155.04 delivered @ John Lewis

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Hi, I've noticed that John Lewis has slightly dropped the cost of a Sony 55XD8500 to £1169, which I think has been price matched to Currys. But, if you add the first bundle, you get £14 knocke…
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How do you get £14 knocked off plus a Sony BDPS6700 Blu-Ray Player (as mentioned in the original post)?
This is £1,139.98 in Costco from today, on its own though, no bundle.
the black bezel tv was £1154.04 it now seems that they have increased the price of it to the same as the silver bezel model at £1285.04
how do you do the bundle to get it down to £1,155.04???????????
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B&Q Philips LED Bulbs - 3 pack 6w (40w equiv) £10.00 & 3 pack 9w (60w equiv) £12 + 4 for 3 offer (from £2.50 per bulb)

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Philips LED light bulbs in 3pack. Bayonet and screw type available. 6w 3 pack - equivalent to 40w £10 per pack 9w 3 pack - equivalent to 60w £12 per pack Currently 4 for 3 ob light bulbs, onl…
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SFconvert
jans
SFconvert
jans
kalvinlions
Any Bulb should not be more than a pound each IMO. These Bulbs are more than likely made in China, where they cost probably 5-10p to make taking in account the exchange rate. We get ripped here in Britain and it's very wrong.
I was just thinking... What world are we living in where you have to spend £36 to get 12 60w bayonet bulbs (yes, I realise they are LED versions, but still !) And the best of it is, this is the offer price, not the regular price and seen as a deal on here . It's just crazy, the world's gone mad.
£3 for a bulb that should last 15-25 years sounds like a deal to me. These save around 1kwh every 20 hours of use compared to halogen or incandescent, so about 12p. Therefore after 500 to 600 hours these have not only paid for themselves, but will still have another 14.5 years life left.
They don't last anywhere near that long though. When I first believed the hype, I paid about £5 each for some GU10 LEDs thinking the same as you, that they'll last years, they didn't. Five out of the six failed within 4 months. The remaining one, in less than six months. There's nothing wrong with the wiring, was checked thoroughly, so bought some more from a different brand. They didn't last either. False economy. Same with supposed everlasting LED decking lights that we bought over 10 years ago. They were rated at ip68 so were meant to withstand all kinds of potential ingress and cost a fortune at the time (again, I believed the hype) Most of the 40 installed had blown within 2 years and they were relatively sheltered too. Not worth this kind of outlay as far as I'm concerned.
Cheap Gu10s are notorious for failing early, but the Philips and osram ones are much better. I've had some osrams n my kitchen for a couple of years and not one failure, think they have a 3 or five year guarantee too, so will just take them back. I've used cheap ones too for 3 years, 4 out of 16 failed early but the rest are still going strong. At £2.50 each i still think they were worth it. I still would have had to replace halogens 2 or 3 times in that sort of time period.
And let's not forget all the electricity we are not shelling out on unnecessary heat. Savings galore in that department over the lifetime of a LED.
Nope if you hadn't noticed the powert companies ramped all the prices up tenfold whenthe first CFL bulbs came out to negate the massive fall in profits when everyone went over to them, that structure is still in place!
I hadn't noticed, and I think you are talking nonsense, I pay about 11p per kWh, which is probably lower than it was 10 years ago.
You need to wake up we have had power bills go through the roof for over 15 years now, almost year on year!
crazylegs
friar_chris
SFconvert
jans
SFconvert
jans
kalvinlions
Any Bulb should not be more than a pound each IMO. These Bulbs are more than likely made in China, where they cost probably 5-10p to make taking in account the exchange rate. We get ripped here in Britain and it's very wrong.
I was just thinking... What world are we living in where you have to spend £36 to get 12 60w bayonet bulbs (yes, I realise they are LED versions, but still !) And the best of it is, this is the offer price, not the regular price and seen as a deal on here . It's just crazy, the world's gone mad.
£3 for a bulb that should last 15-25 years sounds like a deal to me. These save around 1kwh every 20 hours of use compared to halogen or incandescent, so about 12p. Therefore after 500 to 600 hours these have not only paid for themselves, but will still have another 14.5 years life left.
They don't last anywhere near that long though. When I first believed the hype, I paid about £5 each for some GU10 LEDs thinking the same as you, that they'll last years, they didn't. Five out of the six failed within 4 months. The remaining one, in less than six months. There's nothing wrong with the wiring, was checked thoroughly, so bought some more from a different brand. They didn't last either. False economy. Same with supposed everlasting LED decking lights that we bought over 10 years ago. They were rated at ip68 so were meant to withstand all kinds of potential ingress and cost a fortune at the time (again, I believed the hype) Most of the 40 installed had blown within 2 years and they were relatively sheltered too. Not worth this kind of outlay as far as I'm concerned.
Cheap Gu10s are notorious for failing early, but the Philips and osram ones are much better. I've had some osrams n my kitchen for a couple of years and not one failure, think they have a 3 or five year guarantee too, so will just take them back. I've used cheap ones too for 3 years, 4 out of 16 failed early but the rest are still going strong. At £2.50 each i still think they were worth it. I still would have had to replace halogens 2 or 3 times in that sort of time period.
And let's not forget all the electricity we are not shelling out on unnecessary heat. Savings galore in that department over the lifetime of a LED.
Nope if you hadn't noticed the powert companies ramped all the prices up tenfold whenthe first CFL bulbs came out to negate the massive fall in profits when everyone went over to them, that structure is still in place!
I hadn't noticed, and I think you are talking nonsense, I pay about 11p per kWh, which is probably lower than it was 10 years ago.
SFconvert
jans
SFconvert
jans
kalvinlions
Any Bulb should not be more than a pound each IMO. These Bulbs are more than likely made in China, where they cost probably 5-10p to make taking in account the exchange rate. We get ripped here in Britain and it's very wrong.
I was just thinking... What world are we living in where you have to spend £36 to get 12 60w bayonet bulbs (yes, I realise they are LED versions, but still !) And the best of it is, this is the offer price, not the regular price and seen as a deal on here . It's just crazy, the world's gone mad.
£3 for a bulb that should last 15-25 years sounds like a deal to me. These save around 1kwh every 20 hours of use compared to halogen or incandescent, so about 12p. Therefore after 500 to 600 hours these have not only paid for themselves, but will still have another 14.5 years life left.
They don't last anywhere near that long though. When I first believed the hype, I paid about £5 each for some GU10 LEDs thinking the same as you, that they'll last years, they didn't. Five out of the six failed within 4 months. The remaining one, in less than six months. There's nothing wrong with the wiring, was checked thoroughly, so bought some more from a different brand. They didn't last either. False economy. Same with supposed everlasting LED decking lights that we bought over 10 years ago. They were rated at ip68 so were meant to withstand all kinds of potential ingress and cost a fortune at the time (again, I believed the hype) Most of the 40 installed had blown within 2 years and they were relatively sheltered too. Not worth this kind of outlay as far as I'm concerned.
Cheap Gu10s are notorious for failing early, but the Philips and osram ones are much better. I've had some osrams n my kitchen for a couple of years and not one failure, think they have a 3 or five year guarantee too, so will just take them back. I've used cheap ones too for 3 years, 4 out of 16 failed early but the rest are still going strong. At £2.50 each i still think they were worth it. I still would have had to replace halogens 2 or 3 times in that sort of time period.

I wouldn't call over £5 each for a bulb around 7 years ago, cheap and they were on offer at the time too. I can't remember the specific brand of one, but both sets were by recognised, reputable brands though, I think one was GEC. We're not the only ones who have had a bad experience with LEDs. Even with Philips and Osram. Read the comments on The Which article about LED failures and you'll see it's not just the cheaper brands that fail. As example, see the negative reviews on Amazon for this Philips LED ses bulb: Philips MyVision 929000200801 E14 SES 5 Watt Golf Ball Shape LED Bulb [Energy Class A]

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Any Bulb should not be more than a pound each IMO. These Bulbs are more than likely made in China, where they cost probably 5-10p to make taking in account the exchange rate. We get ripped here in Britain and it's very wrong.
I was just thinking... What world are we living in where you have to spend £36 to get 12 60w bayonet bulbs (yes, I realise they are LED versions, but still !) And the best of it is, this is the offer price, not the regular price and seen as a deal on here . It's just crazy, the world's gone mad.
£3 for a bulb that should last 15-25 years sounds like a deal to me. These save around 1kwh every 20 hours of use compared to halogen or incandescent, so about 12p. Therefore after 500 to 600 hours these have not only paid for themselves, but will still have another 14.5 years life left.
They don't last anywhere near that long though. When I first believed the hype, I paid about £5 each for some GU10 LEDs thinking the same as you, that they'll last years, they didn't. Five out of the six failed within 4 months. The remaining one, in less than six months. There's nothing wrong with the wiring, was checked thoroughly, so bought some more from a different brand. They didn't last either. False economy. Same with supposed everlasting LED decking lights that we bought over 10 years ago. They were rated at ip68 so were meant to withstand all kinds of potential ingress and cost a fortune at the time (again, I believed the hype) Most of the 40 installed had blown within 2 years and they were relatively sheltered too. Not worth this kind of outlay as far as I'm concerned.
Interesting story...You are wiring them in on led drivers right????? I have wondered about the cost saving as well, but I like the idea that I'm not using much energy overall
See, this is where a little bit of knowledge can be dangerous.... GU10 bulbs are mains voltage and therefore don't require LED drivers. They are just a straight swap out from the standard halogens. Low voltage bulbs like MR11 or MR16s require you to swap out the existing transformer and replace it for an LED driver so they obviously weren't required in our case.
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Any Bulb should not be more than a pound each IMO. These Bulbs are more than likely made in China, where they cost probably 5-10p to make taking in account the exchange rate. We get ripped here in Britain and it's very wrong.
I was just thinking... What world are we living in where you have to spend £36 to get 12 60w bayonet bulbs (yes, I realise they are LED versions, but still !) And the best of it is, this is the offer price, not the regular price and seen as a deal on here . It's just crazy, the world's gone mad.
£3 for a bulb that should last 15-25 years sounds like a deal to me. These save around 1kwh every 20 hours of use compared to halogen or incandescent, so about 12p. Therefore after 500 to 600 hours these have not only paid for themselves, but will still have another 14.5 years life left.
They don't last anywhere near that long though. When I first believed the hype, I paid about £5 each for some GU10 LEDs thinking the same as you, that they'll last years, they didn't. Five out of the six failed within 4 months. The remaining one, in less than six months. There's nothing wrong with the wiring, was checked thoroughly, so bought some more from a different brand. They didn't last either. False economy. Same with supposed everlasting LED decking lights that we bought over 10 years ago. They were rated at ip68 so were meant to withstand all kinds of potential ingress and cost a fortune at the time (again, I believed the hype) Most of the 40 installed had blown within 2 years and they were relatively sheltered too. Not worth this kind of outlay as far as I'm concerned.

Interesting story. I've been using LEDs around the home for quite a few years. I've also got LED striplighting, out of the 20 or so bulbs only 2 have failed in 6 years and two house moves. They were the b&q own brand specials that were cack. Personally I think you've been really unlucky. You are wiring them in on led drivers right????? I have wondered about the cost saving as well, but I like the idea that I'm not using much energy overall
Equivalent in whose opinion ?
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now 1999 on john lewis, currys only price match to selected companies (coop not one of them) they did take off 199 for me on saturday. So if going currys still best to use code tv10 which i think expires on wednesday.
the tv was out of the box and mounted on the wall & set up in 10 minutes.
It's amazing... watching movies gets you so drawn in as you forget the rest of the room. Ofc picture quality is great (as it should be) its so thin and light for its size. the back is lovely and flat which made fitting our current wall mount to it a piece of cake (my last tv had irregular depth and had to use spacers etc to make level) we covered coffee table in rug and fleece & left cardboard screen cover on while fitting bracket. its defo a two person job as being so thin theres a bit of flex when moving & mounting. only one annoyance is likely personal to me that the power cable isnt that long and is on the right side of tv (my plug socket is on left and barely reaches the socket, so its a bit strained and i'll have to buy an extension. This also has an optical out which i dont think is listed on currys website, another bonus as my last tv was plugged into the stereo via earphone jack.


But the co-op offer with tv 100 is the same model with the same 5 year warranty for £1698.99
(£100 less than the currys one or am i missing something?)
Looked @ this tv today in the sony store its incredible 8)


​yup it is all posted here links for both. I chose currys because I wanted to pick up the tv that day and hoped thatd price match to co-op. but they didnt :(

on the other hand I have access to employee benefits which get us 8% off currys so I only lost a few quid for the benefit of getting it that day :)
this tv is amazing btw. we've been watching movies and you completely forget the rest of the room. eyes can't really for anything else in


Thanks buddy
Both the co-op and currys offer are finished
Checked my local sony store and they have it for 1800 in store but the guy said wait to to tomorrow as they are doing a store promotion for gift cards with purchases,

So you recommend the tv then?
I got a 60" sony bravia not 4k but still a good tv was looking to upgrade hence this,

What would you say pros and cons???
Thanks
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now 1999 on john lewis, currys only price match to selected companies (coop not one of them) they did take off 199 for me on saturday. So if going currys still best to use code tv10 which i think expires on wednesday.
the tv was out of the box and mounted on the wall & set up in 10 minutes.
It's amazing... watching movies gets you so drawn in as you forget the rest of the room. Ofc picture quality is great (as it should be) its so thin and light for its size. the back is lovely and flat which made fitting our current wall mount to it a piece of cake (my last tv had irregular depth and had to use spacers etc to make level) we covered coffee table in rug and fleece & left cardboard screen cover on while fitting bracket. its defo a two person job as being so thin theres a bit of flex when moving & mounting. only one annoyance is likely personal to me that the power cable isnt that long and is on the right side of tv (my plug socket is on left and barely reaches the socket, so its a bit strained and i'll have to buy an extension. This also has an optical out which i dont think is listed on currys website, another bonus as my last tv was plugged into the stereo via earphone jack.


But the co-op offer with tv 100 is the same model with the same 5 year warranty for £1698.99
(£100 less than the currys one or am i missing something?)
Looked @ this tv today in the sony store its incredible 8)


​yup it is all posted here links for both. I chose currys because I wanted to pick up the tv that day and hoped thatd price match to co-op. but they didnt :(

on the other hand I have access to employee benefits which get us 8% off currys so I only lost a few quid for the benefit of getting it that day :)
this tv is amazing btw. we've been watching movies and you completely forget the rest of the room. eyes can't really for anything else in
Buckar00
now 1999 on john lewis, currys only price match to selected companies (coop not one of them) they did take off 199 for me on saturday. So if going currys still best to use code tv10 which i think expires on wednesday.
the tv was out of the box and mounted on the wall & set up in 10 minutes.
It's amazing... watching movies gets you so drawn in as you forget the rest of the room. Ofc picture quality is great (as it should be) its so thin and light for its size. the back is lovely and flat which made fitting our current wall mount to it a piece of cake (my last tv had irregular depth and had to use spacers etc to make level) we covered coffee table in rug and fleece & left cardboard screen cover on while fitting bracket. its defo a two person job as being so thin theres a bit of flex when moving & mounting. only one annoyance is likely personal to me that the power cable isnt that long and is on the right side of tv (my plug socket is on left and barely reaches the socket, so its a bit strained and i'll have to buy an extension. This also has an optical out which i dont think is listed on currys website, another bonus as my last tv was plugged into the stereo via earphone jack.


But the co-op offer with tv 100 is the same model with the same 5 year warranty for £1698.99
(£100 less than the currys one or am i missing something?)
Looked @ this tv today in the sony store its incredible 8)
now 1999 on john lewis, currys only price match to selected companies (coop not one of them) they did take off 199 for me on saturday. So if going currys still best to use code tv10 which i think expires on wednesday.
the tv was out of the box and mounted on the wall & set up in 10 minutes.
It's amazing... watching movies gets you so drawn in as you forget the rest of the room. Ofc picture quality is great (as it should be) its so thin and light for its size. the back is lovely and flat which made fitting our current wall mount to it a piece of cake (my last tv had irregular depth and had to use spacers etc to make level) we covered coffee table in rug and fleece & left cardboard screen cover on while fitting bracket. its defo a two person job as being so thin theres a bit of flex when moving & mounting. only one annoyance is likely personal to me that the power cable isnt that long and is on the right side of tv (my plug socket is on left and barely reaches the socket, so its a bit strained and i'll have to buy an extension. This also has an optical out which i dont think is listed on currys website, another bonus as my last tv was plugged into the stereo via earphone jack.
Weird.... I couldnt find it even when i copied in the model number "/
Looking at the one on JL compared to currys
They are slightly different models, one has 800hz the other 1000hz (i think the currys one is 1khz)
I was going to get my friend to use his 12% staff discount but the currys model is better?
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Have you got a link please Frank30uk?

This is the link but Amazon have removed the listing since posting and price is now over £500 from 3rd party seller

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How are you all finding the software? Any android issues?
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I've had 3d issues with this set although the picture quality is superb. I purchased 3d glasses from amazon but experience ghosting and double imaging on all 3d movies. The original Sony 3d glasses are too expensive priced at £ 50.00 each and I needed 4. Has anybody experienced these problems or there is a problem in my set which was bought from JL 7 months back @899 ?
I've tried a few:
Sony TDG-BT400A - the Sony glasses work best with litte ghosting (as far as I was concerned) but as you say they are expensive(I got them from ebay for a lot less than 50 each) I also didnt like the fact they use batteries ,
samsung ssg-5100gb glasses - cheaper baterry operated samsung glasses that work ok they have a bit more ghosting than the Sonys and rather flimsy
Samsung 3D active Glasses SSG-3570 - Older usb rechargable glasses a bit more rigid than the others and not as flexible (a bit of ghosting)
Samsung ssg-3300gr - Best of the lot for me a bit more than the flexible ssg-3570, recharable and the price was alot better than the Sony (a bit of ghosting as well).
The above is just my opinion others may disagree
Just wondering did you notice any shaded bars either side of the screen when using any of these glasses, especially when increasing the depth of field of the 3D

Sorry I just saw your post I cant say that I have noticed any shaded bars when using the glasses aside from the flicker you get when you move your head and the glasses go out of sync with the screen.
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Does anyone have an idea how long this tv is likely to be on offer for? I get discounted gift cards from work but they take 2-3 days to arrive and I don't want to risk the tv going back up to £899:(


​make sure you can use them online as through my work e codes and reloadable cards are not valid online
Does anyone have an idea how long this tv is likely to be on offer for? I get discounted gift cards from work but they take 2-3 days to arrive and I don't want to risk the tv going back up to £899:(
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I just would not buy a 4k tv without it being oled and having hdr pointless in my eyes
that why I'm saving for a proper 4k tv
LG OLED55B6V 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £2,799.00
now this is what you need
Too expensive will it come down in price ?
Be half the price in 12 months..
In your dreams! LG hasn't a single competitor in the OLED market yet that can touch em so prices whilst will drop they won't drop anything like you hope for unless they have a manufacturing breakthrough.
Ive yet to see a Top Brand/Range TV not drop by 50% in 12 months, mark my words.
Try looking at LG OLED then, they haven't.....
12 months ago OLED TV's By LG were £5k. so they are half that now, and by next year they will be £1200.00
Top of the range sets from LG still are! Mid range OLED are still around £2-2500 even during the clearout of those mid range sets to make way for this years model's the didn't dip much below £1700...
Mate you aint going to get an OLED for a grand until more manufacturers are competing in the market and production rates hit mass market.
Im not going to at all, as I would never spend so much on a TV.
Then you're living in dreamland expecting OLED and HDR...
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I just would not buy a 4k tv without it being oled and having hdr pointless in my eyes
that why I'm saving for a proper 4k tv
LG OLED55B6V 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £2,799.00
now this is what you need
Too expensive will it come down in price ?
Be half the price in 12 months..
In your dreams! LG hasn't a single competitor in the OLED market yet that can touch em so prices whilst will drop they won't drop anything like you hope for unless they have a manufacturing breakthrough.
Ive yet to see a Top Brand/Range TV not drop by 50% in 12 months, mark my words.
Try looking at LG OLED then, they haven't.....
12 months ago OLED TV's By LG were £5k. so they are half that now, and by next year they will be £1200.00
Top of the range sets from LG still are! Mid range OLED are still around £2-2500 even during the clearout of those mid range sets to make way for this years model's the didn't dip much below £1700...
Mate you aint going to get an OLED for a grand until more manufacturers are competing in the market and production rates hit mass market.

Im not going to at all, as I would never spend so much on a TV.
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I just would not buy a 4k tv without it being oled and having hdr pointless in my eyes
that why I'm saving for a proper 4k tv
LG OLED55B6V 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £2,799.00
now this is what you need
Too expensive will it come down in price ?
Be half the price in 12 months..
In your dreams! LG hasn't a single competitor in the OLED market yet that can touch em so prices whilst will drop they won't drop anything like you hope for unless they have a manufacturing breakthrough.
Ive yet to see a Top Brand/Range TV not drop by 50% in 12 months, mark my words.
Try looking at LG OLED then, they haven't.....
12 months ago OLED TV's By LG were £5k. so they are half that now, and by next year they will be £1200.00
Top of the range sets from LG still are! Mid range OLED are still around £2-2500 even during the clearout of those mid range sets to make way for this years model's the didn't dip much below £1700...

Mate you aint going to get an OLED for a grand until more manufacturers are competing in the market and production rates hit mass market.
Tallyho
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Strange number 49"!
Between 48 & 50, nothing strange there.
I think I prefer even numbers when it comes to TV sizes!
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I just would not buy a 4k tv without it being oled and having hdr pointless in my eyes
that why I'm saving for a proper 4k tv
LG OLED55B6V 55 Inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £2,799.00
now this is what you need
Too expensive will it come down in price ?
Be half the price in 12 months..
In your dreams! LG hasn't a single competitor in the OLED market yet that can touch em so prices whilst will drop they won't drop anything like you hope for unless they have a manufacturing breakthrough.
Ive yet to see a Top Brand/Range TV not drop by 50% in 12 months, mark my words.
Try looking at LG OLED then, they haven't.....

12 months ago OLED TV's By LG were £5k. so they are half that now, and by next year they will be £1200.00
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My real concern for Sony is that they are only just catching up to the LCD's of others. The OLED's are in there infancy and do have some issues at the moment. When they are sorted, the chasm will reopen with Sony on the wrong side again.
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... old Nokia phone besides me right now and it has an OLED screen. Looks the same as the day I bought it. No burn in, no colour fade etc.

I hope the same to be true of the larger panels. Even LCD isn't immune to failure though. I have an iPhone 5s beside me right now and the numb-nuts at Apple couldn't dissipate the heat properly from it. The result is that my LCD now has a pink huge over the hot points due to a damaged LCD.

All I'm saying is, nothing is clear cut. The latest Sony's generally are regarded as a more subtle HDR compared to the punch of a Samsung in demo-mode. The conclusion though for the XD93 has tended to be a more subtle HDR picture that ultimately is more natural and easier to watch over time. Who knows.

I'm not disagreeing with your comments on Sony; there is no doubt they've been playing catch-up. I think the XD93 and XD94 are the first models where they've got close.
I take your point regarding 4K HDR with HDCP 2.2. On the other hand, how much of that content actually exists today? (Less than 1% of a typical persons viewing?) I agree again regarding the brightness but from a few weeks with an LED TV, that brightness always comes at the expenses of the black level. If you want good motion, just get a second hand plasma.

I've gone to buy a new TV on a few occasions with an open mind. Whenever I've seen a Sony, the high quality material cant compete with LG/Samung and the low quality material is unwatchable. The last time I saw a Sony I'd actually buy, it had the word, "Trinitron," in the top corner.

Come on Sony, pull your socks up.

I have an 8 year old Nokia phone besides me right now and it has an OLED screen. Looks the same as the day I bought it. No burn in, no colour fade etc.
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Why wouldn't you just pay a bit more for OLED? Seems awfully pricey for an LCD.

Do the research. 4K HDR with HDCP 2.2 OLEDs aren't close to that price. Looking at LG's OLEDs (the only real player) while the blacks are better, HDR makes them very close competitors. OLEDs can't go as bright as backlit for some technical reason and the life-time of the panels is unproven, but assumed to be less. In the end, my final decision came down to upscaling and the motion engine. I don't know if OLED response times are slower or the processor in LGs isn't as good, but they appear to blur when there's fast motion. Not seen any of that on this Sony.

I don't deny you can't go low-rent, there are some stunning deals for large LCD TVs, including 4K non-HDR and 1080p OLED. I could have waited a few years for a bargain, or ponied up for OLED 4K HDCP 2.2 but in the end, this one felt about the right price for early adoption given I intend to keep the TV for 10 years and wanted cutting edge visuals.
Why wouldn't you just pay a bit more for OLED? Seems awfully pricey for an LCD.
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Sony don't even have the courtesy to include 3d glasses with their 3d TVs, so I would rather choose a brand that does.
I bought this TV for a very low price and because it was very low I wouldn't have an issue buying separate glasses since you don't have to use Sony brand as others like Samsung also work.


My Sony tv came with glasses!!
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Sony don't even have the courtesy to include 3d glasses with their 3d TVs, so I would rather choose a brand that does.
I bought this TV for a very low price and because it was very low I wouldn't have an issue buying separate glasses since you don't have to use Sony brand as others like Samsung also work.
​How much would a pair cost?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00QTCQ5R0/ref=mp_s_a_1_19?ie=UTF8&qid=1467744410&sr=8-19&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=3d+glasses&dpPl=1&dpID=41YWJNtcBmL&ref=plSrch

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00BMQUKJW/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1467744394&sr=8-2&pi=SX200_QL40&keywords=3d+glasses&dpPl=1&dpID=41Whyg2zuIL&ref=plSrch

The 2015 Sonys don't have 3D conversation so mabey consider buying a 3D converter. I use my converter on my Epson projector as it also don't have 3D conversation.
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Sony don't even have the courtesy to include 3d glasses with their 3d TVs, so I would rather choose a brand that does.
I bought this TV for a very low price and because it was very low I wouldn't have an issue buying separate glasses since you don't have to use Sony brand as others like Samsung also work.


​How much would a pair cost?
Looks like it's ended.
kencando
Sony don't even have the courtesy to include 3d glasses with their 3d TVs, so I would rather choose a brand that does.


​I got 4 pairs with mine!
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Sony 50'' 3D FHD Smart TV for £419.99 what's not to like. Click on the view lightning deal tab on the right
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Looked a good deal until I read the reviews.
???
Highly recommend by hdtv test:http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/kdl55w805c-201508034145.htm
​I prefer user reviews.

I have this model. It's great for the price.
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Looked a good deal until I read the reviews.
???
Highly recommend by hdtv test:http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/kdl55w805c-201508034145.htm
​I prefer user reviews.

Of course. Britain has had enough of experts after all.
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what the reviews have reinforced for me, is the idea that you shouldn't touch android tvs with a barge pole!!
2015 you are correct, however 2016 models are awesome!
And this happens to be a 2015 version.
The main issue for me is the built-in TV tuner. Its very slow and unresponsive, especially when you just turn it on from stand-by, it can take a few minutes just to change a channel.

I know that I was responding to your blanket statement. There are some award winning Android TV's the early ones had some problems but are pretty good now.
absolutely brilliant tv latest April update has sorted all issues it had great price
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what the reviews have reinforced for me, is the idea that you shouldn't touch android tvs with a barge pole!!

2015 you are correct, however 2016 models are awesome!


​2015 models are fine now. like I said the os is pretty solid now. never used the freeview or satellite tuner on mine, so can't comment on that.
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With this price i expect 4K
Bought the 807C from CoOp electrical last week for £490 after £50 voucher "TV50" for anyone interested plus they were giving a free 5 year Sony warranty with the TV. Higher refresh rate and silver bezel but otherwise almost identical in spec. Great tv. Tried an tested without all the gremlins of 4K tv. This is a great price for an awsome tv. Lots of reviews out there.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/sony-kdl-55w805c-review

I would buy from Amazon even without the warranty. The Coop didnt offer any support with the warranty and Sony refused to register the TV until I had sent pictures of the tv plus receipts plus name rank and serial number. Total crap experience thanks to the Coop. You never get that from Amazon in my experience.

Have some heat Brecski
Can a mod change the link to just the amazon.co.uk homepage please? wont let me for some reason :/
I have this tv and think its really good. This was around £340 some weeks back from Warehouse Deals and people received them in very good condition so consider waiting.

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Sony KD49X8005CBU 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £459.00 after GET40 code from ao.com

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The same as previous, expired (why?) deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kd49x8005cbu-49-inch-android-smart-wifi-built-ultra-hd-4k-led-tv-with-freeview-2444002 but still worth the money. On ebay…
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I've received my tv on Monday and I'm impressed. Maybe because my 42" Toshiba Regza is 8 years old, so technology made a big step forward. I love android features, quick login using my mobile + mobile-remote app. Easy to setup logitech myharmony universal remote so no need to learn all the sony buttonology. Picture quality (sky, 720p) great. I've noticed two satellite input, not sure it has DBS receivers. Easy config in a few steps, Software auto update soon after, quick tuning to DBT, all HD channels work great.

I read somewhere that there was firmware update in February with HDR capability? any truth in that?
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I've received my tv on Monday and I'm impressed. Maybe because my 42" Toshiba Regza is 8 years old, so technology made a big step forward. I love android features, quick login using my mobile + mobile-remote app. Easy to setup logitech myharmony universal remote so no need to learn all the sony buttonology. Picture quality (sky, 720p) great. I've noticed two satellite input, not sure it has DBS receivers. Easy config in a few steps, Software auto update soon after, quick tuning to DBT, all HD channels work great.
iDealYou
I have looking for a new TV for awhile now & had been looking at AO regularly but after hearing about this restocking fee above ... no way I'm going to buy anything from them now.

Then just break something and they have no option :)
Can anyone recommend any similar spec'd tvs for around the same price?
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XD8599BU Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV £1,245.11 Currys

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Was looking for a new large screen tv and came across Currys new promotion( as if it's actually a sale!) which is 11% off Enter Starting11 at checkout for price.. Also comes with 5 year guarantee.…
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Would always try and get a TV from Costco, JL or Richer Sounds before Currys:

We have just taken a £1499 TV back to Costco after 54 months of use, the cost of repair was not economic. We got a full refund of the original purchase price.

So walked in with a Sammy 46' HD TV, walked out with a LG 65" 4K UHD TV for a similar price. Currys 5 yr warranty is likely to replace with either a refurb unit or at the very best an equivalent spec.
Also 1.65 TCB discount....every penny helps etc
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LG uh850v 49" HDR 4k 5 year garentee 40w speakers. £978.11 with discount code STARTING 11. Possible £965.20 with topcashback @ Currys £1,099.00

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Can't find a better spec tv for the price. I paid 1200 two days ago and could now get the 55" for 1245. Great tv and awesome sound.
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AStonedRaichu
2700hz :o dayummmmm
​what does that mean, and what can I do with that?

Guarantees a sale to casuals who know sweet f all.
5 yr guarantee from curry's with worth the sum total of f**k all.
schumi_inq
This was 364 on Amazon Warehouse 2 days ago, and the 55 Model was 350. Both used. Plus it was 800 new in other locations, so I guess this deal is cold.


UF850V I could believe those prices, not the Uh850 which is a brand new model and currently exclusive to currys.
This was 364 on Amazon Warehouse 2 days ago, and the 55 Model was 350. Both used. Plus it was 800 new in other locations, so I guess this deal is cold.
You must be out of your mind to pay that much
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Sony KDL48W705C 48 Inch Full HD Freeview HD Smart TV £349.00 argos

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Great price for this nice Tv !
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£379 now
Best sound bar for this tv? Looking @ £150 to spend
Great price, for a great tv for Freeview.
Mine is now set to Scene:Cinema2 Picture:Warm2 and gives IMHO really good colour quality.

Its as good a picture as my old Sony KDL 32EX ... just massively bigger - which is exactly what I was wanting.

I plan to add a Sandisk Ultra Fit mini usb drive (64gb £13?), more for the ability to pause live tv than recording - I still have a pvr for that.
DaddyDale
Anyone able to get kodi on this tv?

You'll need to buy a TV firestick to get kodi on this as it doesn't have an andriod interface.
Anyone able to get kodi on this tv?
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Sony KDL-48WD655 48" Full HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black LED TV (2016 model) for £384.99 delivered at Amazon

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Thought I would share this TV. They've priced it quite well and I'm sure it has great picture and sound. Full HD TV with X-Reality, Motionflow, IPTV, and Bass Reflex speaker. bb8 ;)
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£422 now
Now £694.17 lol
£422 now
does this model allow you to use your ps4 controller to run emulated games? or is that just the Android version?
CondoRice
linhang90
With a bit more.. U can get a 4k... I wouldnt buy. 0 reviews
Which one? Post the link..


This one


Pls dont compare hisence to sony. Thats like comparing a land rover to a land wind.
Heated! A lot of good screen for the money. Always prefer with 5/6 years warranty.

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Sony Bravia KD55X8509C 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED Android TV Youview - £718.95 @ RicherSounds

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I found this in the clearance section. There are some open box sets available. Normally open box TV are new sets (Just the boxes have been opened to test the contents) with all the accessories. They a…
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Is the Sony 3D feature still reduced resolution?
Kriz786
Just been a bought this, can confirm open box, as new New condition and 6 years warranty given, also mentioned VIP membership and got further 10% off, total £650, over the Moon price and deal


​which store did you buy it from?
Kriz786
Just been a bought this, can confirm open box, as new New condition and 6 years warranty given, also mentioned VIP membership and got further 10% off, total £650, over the Moon price and deal


​how did you get 10% VIP members discount when they have stopped VIP discount on clearance items 3 months ago
I realised I ordered a new set. That's what I wanted. I was asking about cheap glasses and also wanted to make those aware that the cheaper price is in fact for an ex display model.

kiwi1983
Just ordered this TV @ £799. Anyone know what the cheapest and best 3D glasses are to buy? I would like to get some asap but I'm not paying £50 a piece!
BTW My order was emailed to me and it states at the bottom that Open Box means ex-display so it's hardly a quick box opening to check the product is working... oO
​£799 would be a brand new set. Mine gets delivered tomorrow, as always a great service from richer sounds.
kiwi1983
Just ordered this TV @ £799. Anyone know what the cheapest and best 3D glasses are to buy? I would like to get some asap but I'm not paying £50 a piece!

BTW My order was emailed to me and it states at the bottom that Open Box means ex-display so it's hardly a quick box opening to check the product is working... oO


​£799 would be a brand new set. Mine gets delivered tomorrow, as always a great service from richer sounds.
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SONY BRAVIA KD55X8509C 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED Android TV Youview. I believe a lot of the initial bugs have been ironed out in the latest update. Full spec: http://www.sony.co.uk/support/…
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Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks
I've had mine for about six months now, and regularly use it for gaming (PS4 and Xbox One). It's the best TV I've seen for gaming - really rich colours and very fast. Select the'Game' preset to drop the lag right down and give excellent results, without the need for any complicated meddling with settings. Enjoy!

Cheers gents much appreciated!
monkeyboy7
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks
I've had mine for about six months now, and regularly use it for gaming (PS4 and Xbox One). It's the best TV I've seen for gaming - really rich colours and very fast. Select the'Game' preset to drop the lag right down and give excellent results, without the need for any complicated meddling with settings. Enjoy!
monkeyboy7
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?
Many thanks

I am yet to play some PS4 through it but will update soon. HD TV and blu rays look amazing! very nice picture indeed.
Any comments on gaming with this? Anyone play a PS4 through it?

Many thanks
first impressions are WOW, excellent picture quality and I havn't tried changing any settings apart from the presets
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..which I see you have mentioned X)
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My 1st post. Hope I got everything right.
..which I see you have mentioned X)

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If you have a Nectar Card you can sign up to 10x Nectar points so neatly 5000 points ;)
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Sony Bravia 40 inch Full HD TV @ Amazon £259.00

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Clear resolution enhancer: Image noise is reduced and detail refined, delivering a clear difference Enjoy slim styling that looks elegant when wall mounted Record TV shows onto a USB drive to enjoy
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Suaoki Compact Smallest 40W 5 Port Multi Desktop USB Charger £6.99 prime / £10.98 non prime Sold by EKEYUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Looks like it might be like this dangerous piece of crap
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Hdn0MuCK_0&feature=youtu.be
Been posted at least twice already in the past few days.
Yes it has
Been posted at least twice already in the past few days.
This looks a great buy. I have a similar one that I find really handy while travelling - 2x phones, 2x ipad and a camera all catered for.
Damn! I keep seeing these 5 port ones coming up at great prices, but all I need is a dual, or at most a triple port to take travelling.