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SONY BRAVIA KD65XD8599BU Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65" LED TV £1,799.10 using code TV10 + possible price match @ Currys

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Been looking at TV’s for days, For the spec and size this seems like a great tv. I currently have the 49” 3D 4k toshiba that was a steal a while back @£399, it is a fab tv and if i could find a larger…
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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
willyzippy89
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)


​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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Sony KD49X8005CBU 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black (with code GET40) £459.00 @ AO

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Use Code "GET40" at the basket to get £40 off. Top cashback should knock another £7.85 off for plus members making it a total of £451.15. Been looking around for a 4k UHD TV and this seems to be de…
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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.
haritori
brookysm
haritori
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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
maxrlingham
Strange number 49"!
Between 48 & 50, nothing strange there.
I think I prefer even numbers when it comes to TV sizes!
brookysm
haritori
brookysm
haritori
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ashmac
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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Sony 55XD9305 TV £1,599.99 at Costco (+£15 membership)

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Just as the pound is threatening a hike on electrical goods Costco go the opposite way. This TV came out at £1999 and dropped to £1899 pretty much everywhere. So £1599 makes this a health discount…
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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.
Masteryates
... 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.
Masteryates
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!!
kencando
AJ92
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 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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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 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 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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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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EXPIRED! SONY BRAVIA KD55X8509C 55" 4K UHD HDR 3D Smart LED TV £799.00 @ RicherSounds +1% quidco

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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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Sony KD49X8005CBU Black 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD WiFi HDMI Ports £449.99 @ Co-op Ebay

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Use discount code: CSELLER20UK - For £50.00 off at checkout using paypal (thanks Reindeer) 10 x Nectar points as well going (Thanks chanchi32). 5500 nectar points = £27.50 Also 1% cashback using…
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..which I see you have mentioned X)
Oops!!!
My 1st post. Hope I got everything right.
..which I see you have mentioned X)

Oops!!!
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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SONY BRAVIA KD55X8509C Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD 55" LED TV £849.00 Currys

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Sony KD55X8509C 4k TV £849 at Curry's. Cash for goals also included but £50 off has now finished. 5 year warranty included. Features include Android TV which has Google play store and youview.1000hz p…
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Is it me or do none of the bloody HDMI ports work? I can only use HDMI 1/2 on the side? Xbox One only works in port 1 no signal in port 2..

doing my head in!
How did Cash 4 Goals go to those successful?


£899 now
How can I test 4k? So far to me everything looks awful compare to my previous TV haha.
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FlexR
Do I get it from Curry's or John Lewis? Dunno how much cheaper it will be with:
"Claim £10 for every goal your chosen team scores. Hurry, ends Wednesday"
​cash for goals all day long
Currys have rejected my Cash for Goals claim didn't tell me why registered within 2 days...
Going by yesterdays performance you did not miss much dosh
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Do I get it from Curry's or John Lewis? Dunno how much cheaper it will be with:
"Claim £10 for every goal your chosen team scores. Hurry, ends Wednesday"
​cash for goals all day long

Currys have rejected my Cash for Goals claim didn't tell me why registered within 2 days...


​Go into the store and speak to manager as they might be able to discount the TV instead of cash for goals.
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Sony KD49X8005CBU 49 Inch Android Smart WiFi Built In Ultra HD 4k LED TV with Freeview HD Now £459.00 with code @ AO (Free Delivery)

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Use discount code: GET40 - For £40.00 Checkout price, Free Delivery Included. Also Nationwide users can gain 1% cashback on their next AO.com purchase through Nationwide Simply Rewards to save an
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[i] have been using this for a few weeks now and I notice the dirty screen effect. Does anyone have a solutionfor this
The problem is this - the picture (dark scenes, black borders etc) is acceptable in relatively strong natural daylight. This screen is very reflective. But once you watch in the evening, in an average lit room (60 - 100w), you can't help notice that in scenes where it should be dark, there's a greyish black tint / shimmer. A bit like someone's got the brightness turned up more than they should. I keep going back to the advanced contrast blurb on their marketing for this set.

There's also I think what they call DSE - dirty screen effect, where it's noticeable in light solid colours and especially when the shot is panning. Check ITV when the scroll now, next, then at the bottom half of the screen. You might even notice it when wtahcing football for example.
Your TV must be faulty.
My TV has blacks that are too black if anything.
It needs a fair bit of tweaking to find a good setting that shows the detail in dark areas.
Oh, and anyone else think their screen is dirty?

Something just isn't right with my set, but due to AO's awkard returns policy, I'm nervous getting touch with them. Won't be using or recommending them to anyone for this point alone.



Edited By: KayeeEn on May 15, 2016 22:02
Well, I've unpacked mine again to give it another whirl. No matter what settings I try, I just cannot get the blacks to be how it should be. Can't believe how crap this TV is - really think I've have done the same, if not better, with a budget panel!

Comparing to my Sony 37" from a few years ago, the blacks on which I didn't find great (my LG 42LN543V was better), this 49x8005 is even worse. Currently watching the Queen's 90th on ITV. Scenes with dark backgrounds are grey. This is under normal lighting conditions. I don't expect it to be black, but should be darker tan what it is. So much for their advance contrast - I'd have probably been happier with the recent Argos / Philips offering!
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SONY BRAVIA KDL43W805C - 43" 3D Smart LED Android TV 1080p HD Youview £318.00 TESCO

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Instore only. Still £499.99 on the website X-Reality Pro Android TV Slim design Motionflow XR 800 Hz YouView In-built Chromecast Full Spec from Tesco Direct site: http://www.tesco.com/d…
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Any chance I can get it round West Midlands? Thanks!
​If only there was a way to find out.....
i agree and then one can then go to that particular store, looking for a big screen tv too :(
kienlion
Any chance I can get it round West Midlands? Thanks!


​If only there was a way to find out.....
Any chance I can get it round West Midlands? Thanks!
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pgs01121968
I would need binoculars to see that in your screen,,, plus the glasses don't come with tv, you can only buy SONY glasses that work this model also
Wrong, I use Toshiba glasses bought from Amazon £14 for two pairs.
​Don't suppose you have a link for them
I think it's about time I tried the 3D on this lol
Do they have to be active glasses ?

Price has gone up but here's the link
TOSHIBA FPT-AG04G
afearn
Just got this for £254. It was an ex display reduced to £279 cheekily aked if they could do any better and to my surprise got it for £254 - Pity my £20 off electrical voucher expired yesterday but still a cracking price


​Good to see they are still cropping up in some stores :D
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Charges all my gadgets quickly, does not get hot. Great product, took about two weeks to arrive
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I'd rather buy from a uk supplier for this ... And I think you can get it for about the same price.
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Is rather pay a couple of quid more for an anker from Amazon
Wow, now if only there was a http://www.ukpayacoupleofquidmoredeals.co.uk website to post that deal onto... #facepalm
Lol I clicked then
Is rather pay a couple of quid more for an anker from Amazon
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Sony KDL-40W705C Smart Full HD 1080p 40 inch TV [Energy Class A+] - £359.00 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon

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Sony KDL-40W705C Smart Full HD 1080p 40 inch TV [Energy Class A+] - £359.00 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon ~ Hybrid Television - HbbTV - Hybrid TV screens allows you to augment standard televis…
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Also £359 at Co-op Electrical and also comes with 5 year Sony Guarantee
Hmmm £280 and i vote warm, £250 i vote hot.
Got this for £287 through a Amazon warehouse deal. The unit looked brand new, only the box had been opened. It was also sub £350 New direct from Amazon.

Really good TV with plenty of HDMI ports and looks brilliant with xb1 or PS4.:)

Edited By: Tino_G on Apr 21, 2016 14:30
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(refurb) Sony KDL50W805CBU 50" FHD Freeview HD Smart TV Black £449.00 @ Argos eBay

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This is refurbished TV with a 12 Month Argos Guarantee. Not to bad price for me actually so maybe someone find it too good.
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Ok getting weary folks "Refurbished" usually looked at by a £7.50 PH Screener not an engineer ,,,,,,,,,appears to work great, clean it new batteries in remote and box it up again either original box or plain brown. Ex display will have clocked up more than 7500 hours ex customer may be marked full of dust and gunk and any age. There is no Service organisation in this country that can work to Manuafacturers Standards.take a look at the boards in the back of the sets . UK engineer with a soldering iron dont kid yourselves. Engineers if they do get to look at one are merely to confirm faults to allow the company to get back to manuafacturer for full or partial credit. Engineers time is costly and they are not trained enough. If its second hand which it is forget the term refurbished its being sold because they cannot get money back from the supplier because it is a bought out guarantee, out of warranty or simply their cock up or unauthorised refund/exchange. Ask them to put Service mode on the screen that will tell you exactly how many hours it has been used unless it says zero hours and that will tell you that they have a code to reset it. Service mode can be accessed through any handset for any model within two minutes. Wait until you hear the reasons they will give why they cannot go into service modes. Google or youtube most service mode set ups. If its refurb its second hand and should be minimum 50% off or tell them to keep it.
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Doesn't look like they have any 50's in at the moment but they change quite often so keep an eye on it, I managed to bag a 3d 50" for £329
the site is: http://centresdirect.co.uk/c-46-refurbishedtv.aspx#pgnum=&sort=
The original post on HUKD is:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-50-1080p-3d-smart-android-led-tv-refurb-379-00-delivered-centresdirect-2402862?p=27450805

Prices on there have gone up a lot since you got your one. The Sony Centre price for this TV is about the same as the Argos ebay price. A lot of people on this forum have reported problems with TVs from both. I wouldn't risk either of them now.
Doesn't look like they have any 50's in at the moment but they change quite often so keep an eye on it, I managed to bag a 3d 50" for £329
the site is: http://centresdirect.co.uk/c-46-refurbishedtv.aspx#pgnum=&sort=

The original post on HUKD is:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-50-1080p-3d-smart-android-led-tv-refurb-379-00-delivered-centresdirect-2402862?p=27450805
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Cheaper direct from Sony... Usually around 330 non 3d and 380 3d direct.

got the link?
Cheaper direct from Sony... Usually around 330 non 3d and 380 3d direct.

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**Refurbished** Sony Bravia 32" 32w705cbu £169.00 @ Sony outlet

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Motionflow XR200 and X-Reality PRO for a superb picture quality - whatever the source This Sony LED TV set gives 'reach in' depth, rich colours and, thanks to Motionflow XR200, smooth motion. The hig…
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thought the outlet closed Down
Me too
Having just bought a 50" version I'd have been very tempted to get this for the bedroom... Glad it's oos lol
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Did it come with a smart remote and is there a freesat input? sorry for asking so many questions. Any chance you could post a picture of it on BBC 1 :D

It came with a standard remote and therefore has no microphone (although to be honest the only time I talk to my TV is when a programme is annoying me!!).

There is a satellite cable connection (I have a Humax Freesat recorder so I do not use this input).

Annoyingly the Reminder function on Youview isn't available but as I watch via my Humax box that isn't an issue for me personally.



Edited By: omi2010 on Feb 24, 2016 05:13: picture quality
omi2010
moneychop
omi2010
moneychop
Hows the clouding at the bottom. Can people see the halos from the lighting?
No issues anywhere on the screen with clouding and no halos either on the TV I received.
Thanks i bought the 49" 4K one from the amazon deal and had to send it back as it had heavy clouding at the bottom. Hows the software acting up bug free? Have you tried any games on it? any info would be much appreciated
I've had it on for a few days and used the TV with both an Xbox and Wii U and again have had no issues with either. I haven't tried any of the games on Google Play though. The TV updated itself when I first started it up and the system appears stable.
Am most impressed with the 3D (my previous TV was 2D only. I didn't buy Sony branded 3D active glasses but went for the cheaper Samsung glasses Amazon Link to Samsung 3D glasses.
Finally I had a DTS surround sound system that I hadn't been very pleased with when using it with my old TV but this one syncs perfectly and again happy with the results.
Sorry to hear that you had issues with the model you bought but so far this TV was more than worth the small price paid.

Did it come with a smart remote and is there a freesat input? sorry for asking so many questions. Any chance you could post a picture of it on BBC 1 :D
moneychop
omi2010
moneychop
Hows the clouding at the bottom. Can people see the halos from the lighting?
No issues anywhere on the screen with clouding and no halos either on the TV I received.
Thanks i bought the 49" 4K one from the amazon deal and had to send it back as it had heavy clouding at the bottom. Hows the software acting up bug free? Have you tried any games on it? any info would be much appreciated

I've had it on for a few days and used the TV with both an Xbox and Wii U and again have had no issues with either. I haven't tried any of the games on Google Play though. The TV updated itself when I first started it up and the system appears stable.

Am most impressed with the 3D (my previous TV was 2D only. I didn't buy Sony branded 3D active glasses but went for the cheaper Samsung glasses Amazon Link to Samsung 3D glasses.

Finally I had a DTS surround sound system that I hadn't been very pleased with when using it with my old TV but this one syncs perfectly and again happy with the results.

Sorry to hear that you had issues with the model you bought but so far this TV was more than worth the small price paid.
omi2010
moneychop
Hows the clouding at the bottom. Can people see the halos from the lighting?
No issues anywhere on the screen with clouding and no halos either on the TV I received.
Thanks i bought the 49" 4K one from the amazon deal and had to send it back as it had heavy clouding at the bottom. Hows the software acting up bug free? Have you tried any games on it? any info would be much appreciated
moneychop
Hows the clouding at the bottom. Can people see the halos from the lighting?

No issues anywhere on the screen with clouding and no halos either on the TV I received.
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Sony Bravia KDL50W75 LED HD 1080p Android TV, 50" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi, Black - £529.00 at John Lewis

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The Sony W75C is a Full HD TV with access to a world of entertainment and apps. Part of the W756C Series, the television is one of the first of its kind to feature Android TV which offers an entirely
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same price at currys hardly an amazing deal tbh, they probably price matched them
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SONY BRAVIA KD55X8005CBU Smart Ultra HD 4k 55" LED TV delivered at Currys £779.98

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Looks great 4k Ultra HD picture is 4 times the resolution of HD 200 Hz processing rate Smart: Catch up TV & App Store Tuner: Freeview HD & YouView Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 4
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BIGTHANKS code doesn't work for me

It ended at midnight last night.
BIGTHANKS code doesn't work for me
how long before we can afford 300dpi?
:D

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Sony KD-55X8005C £589.99 with 'BIGTHANKS' code @ Amazon lightning deal
Posted 2 hours 45 mins ago at a cheaper price.
Find it funny the other deal was voted cold but this is hot :) guess ppl voting cold because they can't buy it as that was lightning deal and its all claimed...
Managed to snatch one during last lightning deal, really happy with it. Recommended!
Your other deal was already posted hence cold

Link?
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SONY BRAVIA KDL55W807CSU Smart 3D 55" LED TV £649.00 delivered at currys

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Full HD 1080p 900 Hz processing rate Smart: Catch up TV & App Store Tuner: Freeview HD & YouView Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 4
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Never buy an expensive tv without warranty. I have used Samsung and LG both failed just after year. Good thing I had year warranty on both
Even if your tv's failed just after a year you still have rights as it's something that should not happen. As regards the slowness of Sony's menu system Iv'e seen a lot slower and more complicated. Plus with updated firmware this has dramatically improved the load time of all functions. Plus with a Sony TV how many other tv's can you plug a PS4 controller into the side and play PSN games without having a console. Most of the Sony tv comes withstand that can also be used as a wall mount. The picture qaulity is fantastic it's light weight compared to other tv's of same size and who needs 4k
Sorry I missed '5' year in my previous comment. Luckily I had 5 year warranty on both TVs. First one was from JL and second from tesco. Got full money back on both.
McNabFish
lundapapa
Never buy an expensive tv without warranty. I have used Samsung and LG both failed just after year. Good thing I had year warranty on both
​That's why I'll always get John Lewis / richer sounds to price match. The last TV I bought came with a five year warranty.
Sorry I missed '5' year in my previous comment. Luckily I had 5 year warranty on both TVs. First one was from JL and second from tesco. Got full money back on both.
Price Now £749
Ffs was going to order today :(
Back up to 749
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SONY BRAVIA KDL50W805C 50 inch 3D Smart LED Android TV 1080p HD Youview - £549.00 Richer Sounds

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SONY BRAVIA KDL50W805C 50 inch 3D Smart LED Android TV 1080p HD Youview Collect in store, includes 6yr guarantee. Cheapest price i see at the moment.
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I haven't seen the 805 and 809 side by side so can't confirm one way or the other. Chances are its exactly the same panel and both will only be a true 100/120 Hz panel. The 'enhanced' motion flow rates are now done by all the manufacturers now and in reality don't mean jack sh*t because its true refresh rates that count. The manufacturers appear to have found some 'new' technology between 2014 and 2015 because which is only a year old had 500 'Hz' of whatever LG were claiming back then and the same panel now has a 1000pmi. It's all bo**ocks to be honest. The panel is the same its just what parameters they use to measure the result. It's a 100Hz tv so why not just be honest and say it.
Its a good job tv manufacturers don't make cars because they would be fiddling the bhp of the engine yet it would use the same fuel and be no better or faster.
If you view a tv in Currys or somewhere else. Make sure its tuned into a terrestrial tv channel, not the manufacturers usb stick. If you like what you see then buy it. 3D is a passing phase and most £30.00 android boxes are a lot smarter than the glitchy, crappy smart services which the tv manufacturers deem fit for purpose. 4k, no comment.

Brilliant explanation - thank you. :)
[quote=Mrdom]ha, naa good to hear some real experiences, im currently toying with the idea of changing my tv, ive currently got a 4-5 year old lg 50 inch 1080p plasma thats been faultless, I paid about £500 and until recently there's really been no reason to even consider upgrading technology wise and i didn't want anything bigger (4k is just about starting to get interesting but im not sure we're there just yet, and im more interested in a 4k projector than a tv). Having just got a new sony for my parents i was very impressed with how tiny it was compared to mine (same screen size) due to the smaller bezel. Not sure i can justify it for that though... or i am also thinking a modern 55 inch would fit in the same space as my 50. But then i just come back to thinking maybe wait a year or so till the standards etc for 4k have settled down a little.
... Plus the plasma helps keep me warm on these cold nights.[quote=Smartguy1][quote=Mrdom]

Be careful it's a minefield out there.....Normally I take ages picking a tv but on Christmas Day 2014 I pricked my ears up at a tv Currys were advertising and thought hey that's not bad for a 50" smart 3D tv. Later that night I saw the advert again and reserved one. Picked it up the next day. My previous tv was an LG, about 4 years old (5 now) and was the same with a big bezel around it. The 50" was the same width and stands 2" shorter than my previous set. Never ever again will I buy on more or less a whim from a tv ad. There was a few reviews, all good tbh. The tv is sh*t in my opinion seeing as it's a 6 series and had been £899.00. Was someone having a laugh at this price.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-50lb650v-smart-3d-50-led-tv-now-699-currys-1922290

The tv is definitely not an £899.00 tv. Looking at the Sony 50" 809C in Currys knocked the spots of all the other tv's in the same row which included the 4k offering of LG's 49UF770V and Samsung UE50JU6800 both costing quite a bit more. No doubt my tv was another one of Currys special purchases from LG, bespoke to them using cheap or cheaper parts, built to a price perhaps because it really is not a good tv at all. What makes it worse is that it should have had LG's 'unique' IPS panel, as advertised on the LG website. They lied. It does not have IPS, it is a VA panel by AU Optronics. I think I would have been better off with A Panasonic fake made by Vestel.

Good luck in hunting for a new tv. I done quite a bit of research recently as I was looking at the replacing the awful LG. Sony is at the top of my list at the minute but who knows. There is always something else round the corner and Currys have a tendency to suddenly drop £200.00 off a tv so may end up with something that is currently out of my price range.
ha, naa good to hear some real experiences, im currently toying with the idea of changing my tv, ive currently got a 4-5 year old lg 50 inch 1080p plasma thats been faultless, I paid about £500 and until recently there's really been no reason to even consider upgrading technology wise and i didn't want anything bigger (4k is just about starting to get interesting but im not sure we're there just yet, and im more interested in a 4k projector than a tv). Having just got a new sony for my parents i was very impressed with how tiny it was compared to mine (same screen size) due to the smaller bezel. Not sure i can justify it for that though... or i am also thinking a modern 55 inch would fit in the same space as my 50. But then i just come back to thinking maybe wait a year or so till the standards etc for 4k have settled down a little.

... Plus the plasma helps keep me warm on these cold nights.

Smartguy1
Mrdom
In what the river?
Smartguy1
TheVoice
Ideally you want to turn off MotionFlow and any other 'enhancement' features anyway, they just serve to ruin the source content.
Good point although on an LG it may help to turn it on....mine is fine on fast moving but judders on slow panning like it has missing frames or they have used a processor from an old vhs recorder. Just waiting for my unlimited repairs warranty with nothing wrong, no charge to be confirmed my Currys and its going in.
Haha, that's where I feel like putting it. I think my tv had been either £799.00 or £899.00 before it dropped eventually down to £499.99. I think perhaps there is a reason why some LG models plummet so low in price whilst others do not. What's worse is that 2 months after I bought it they dropped the price on the Sony W829 to only 50 quid more than I paid for the LG. That would have been a no brainer if I waited. Mine suffers with real bad judder like its skipping (not with a rope). It doesn't do it all the time. SD programmes mainly and very occasionally on HD. Not impressed with the overall picture quality either. Could be the quality of the tv signal in my area or possibly something else is interfering with it.
I bet you wish you had never said anything lol.
Mrdom
In what the river?
Smartguy1
TheVoice
Ideally you want to turn off MotionFlow and any other 'enhancement' features anyway, they just serve to ruin the source content.
Good point although on an LG it may help to turn it on....mine is fine on fast moving but judders on slow panning like it has missing frames or they have used a processor from an old vhs recorder. Just waiting for my unlimited repairs warranty with nothing wrong, no charge to be confirmed my Currys and its going in.


Haha, that's where I feel like putting it. I think my tv had been either £799.00 or £899.00 before it dropped eventually down to £499.99. I think perhaps there is a reason why some LG models plummet so low in price whilst others do not. What's worse is that 2 months after I bought it they dropped the price on the Sony W829 to only 50 quid more than I paid for the LG. That would have been a no brainer if I waited. Mine suffers with real bad judder like its skipping (not with a rope). It doesn't do it all the time. SD programmes mainly and very occasionally on HD. Not impressed with the overall picture quality either. Could be the quality of the tv signal in my area or possibly something else is interfering with it.

I bet you wish you had never said anything lol.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Jan 16, 2016 21:28
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Sony KDL-50W805C Smart 3D 50-inch Full HD TV (Android TV, X-Reality Pro, Motionflow XR 800 Hz, Wi-Fi and NFC), 2015 Model £519.99 @ Amazon

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Android TV: Seamless entertainment, intelligent Search. All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen. Use of this TV requires consent to Google Terms o…
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Looks like the price has gone back up
Got this model too. Updates have resulted in a great improvement and another one due in Feb. Hopefully Sony will continue to improve and refine the user experience.

Kodi works well on it but youview can be slow / laggy at times. This is being actively looked at by Sony.
I have this model and it is perfect, amazing picture and sound quality.
I love mine, Android TV is fine, has some niggles but there are updates and they seem to fix some issues.
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55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Sony TV. (Android operating system). £899.00 John Lewis In-Store

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​55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Sony TV. (Android operating system). This TV has some ridiculous specs and has some super cool features. Has 3D options, it is 4k ready. Built in chrome cast, connects with ps4
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sony 2015 android tvs have lot of issues.. these are selling almost half price since they launched 5 months. that speaks the quality...
Aren't these issues supposed to have been cleared up with a recent firmware update?
1700 PMI for the LG, this good?
tom6195
whatupyo
Tough call. The LG has better colour reproduction but the Sony feels a bit sharper picture wise. Then again both are setup with demo material, so hard to tell really.
Thats what I thought when I saw them both at John Lewis Leicester yesterday. I think the deciding factor could be the 3d LG passive vs sony active.

But how often will anyone actually use 3D? :D

tom6195
This or the LG 55uf860v?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-55-tv-january-sales-2369296#post27039892

http://s18.postimg.org/7ad2o8v2x/TV_Compare.jpg
sony 2015 android tvs have lot of issues.. these are selling almost half price since they launched 5 months. that speaks the quality...
bender118
Same price at curry's with 5yr warnty. Bought mine 2 days ago and its a great tv.
welcome to sony android Tvs, in case of any issues pleaserefer here I have returned my my TV last week..
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Sony Bravia 40w705c 40 inch widescreen full HD 1080p led tv £320.00 @ sainsburys instore

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Have been looking for a good value 40 inch full hd tv (we don't have space for anything bigger 4k at this size appears to be overkill). Had my eye on one of these for a while but saw them in my local
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Got the last one in Hampden Park store too for 300. Don't forget your nectar card too :)
These have been cut to £300. Just bought one in Brookwood store.
If anyone lives in south Birmingham, the big sainsburys store in longbridge had 3 of these left on shelf as of 2 hours ago
km2016
These do come with a five year warranty from Sony. More details at http://www.superfi.co.uk/images/Sony_5YGForm_1stOctober2015.pdf. Bought one from Currys last week and Sony registered it happily. So far happy with the TV.


​How did you register it? Phone or e-mail?Because when I ask Sony support about it, they tell me that Currys do not participate in that 5 years warranty program.
SimplyDeals
Just called Sainsbury's customer care line - this is out of stock in all their stores.


Lie. I went to my local there was 3 on available
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TV Sony Bravia KD49X8307CSU Silver - 49inch 4K Ultra HD SMART TV 5 YR warranty- with £50 off and 4% Quidco £623.99 @ Co-op Electrical

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AMAZING DEAL FOR A HIGH END TV WITH A 5 YR WARRANTY. The RRP of £699.99 is £100 cheaper than what Currys are currently offering plus you can use the £50 discount code and get 4%cash back to make it £6…
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thanks for your replay wobblywobbly its bit silly to have aerial to view Youview why cant there have on them wireless
You will need an aerial for youview setup, if you have no external aerial then you could try an indoor one, a bit hit and miss though unless anyone has recommendations.

In case anyone else is struggling with catch up services, I could not get itv, 4od or ch5 catch up to work through the apps and could not get them to work through youview until I disabled it and then enabled, this time putting postcode in, works fine through youview now
anyone kown how do you set up Youview on the sony tv do you need an aerial i only have sky hd box and app of itv catch up and 4d dont work
By the way, If your struggling to view some 4K video content for your TV there is a lot on YouTube including NASA

https://m.youtube.com/results?q=nasa%204k&sm=3
Thanks to Jjamezz for posting this deal, was a choice between this and Samsung for me and I was a little put off from reading some reviews on the Sony software but picture quality seemed superior to the Samsung.
I had my Sony delivered yesterday and very impressed. Watched "Bosch" Amazon prime in 4K and the quality was fantastic.
Similar to Scrooge review above, (thanks for posting btw) I set up Youview with no issues but I also use sky channels which work fine too. The Sony connected easily with my NAS server and I installed Archos video player from play store, videos work great and the upscaling of 1080p is impressive.
A tip I read before setting up was to connect with LAN cable to router rather than wireless and let the system update to latest firmware, took about 20 minutes total whereas some reviews using wireless reckon up to an hour. After firmware upgrade I installed apps that I wanted and linked my old Sony home theatre in using optical cable.

Very happy and glad I went for this, thanks to all contributors. Would be interesting if anyone has had a play with tweaking picture settings
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Sony Bravia 4k, KD55X8509CBU 3d TV from Richer Sounds 899.00

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I was looking for 55inch 3d TV and found this. Its 899 now which seems to be better price for 6 year warranty. Same price in Currys as well. Further details: Packing in a 3D, 4K screen and one
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tom6195
I'm ready to pull the trigger on one of these 55 inch tvs. But torn. This or the LG UF55860v?
Wow I'm actually in the same boat as you, this or the LG. Which one you edging for?
Me too, and I missed the sales for the Sony :(


Didn't buy either in the end, the Sony android system put me off and the LG motion blur/lag put me off that!
taylormaderedd
tom6195
I'm ready to pull the trigger on one of these 55 inch tvs. But torn. This or the LG UF55860v?
Wow I'm actually in the same boat as you, this or the LG. Which one you edging for?
Me too, and I missed the sales for the Sony :(
tom6195
taylormaderedd
tom6195
I'm ready to pull the trigger on one of these 55 inch tvs. But torn. This or the LG UF55860v?
Wow I'm actually in the same boat as you, this or the LG. Which one you edging for?

Leaning more toward the LG, the reports about the dodgy android software on the are putting me off plus the passive 3D on the LG.


Yeah I think what people are saying about android is also putting me off, as well as the active 3D. Plus the LG offers 2D-3D conversion which I couldn't see on the Sony..
taylormaderedd
tom6195
I'm ready to pull the trigger on one of these 55 inch tvs. But torn. This or the LG UF55860v?
Wow I'm actually in the same boat as you, this or the LG. Which one you edging for?

Leaning more toward the LG, the reports about the dodgy android software on the are putting me off plus the passive 3D on the LG.
tom6195
I'm ready to pull the trigger on one of these 55 inch tvs. But torn. This or the LG UF55860v?


Wow I'm actually in the same boat as you, this or the LG. Which one you edging for?
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Sony KDL-55W755C Smart 55-inch Full HD TV (Android TV, X-Reality Pro, Motionflow XR 800 Hz, One Click Entertainment, Wi-Fi and NFC), 2015 Model [Energy Class A+] @ Amazon £579.00 (--Lightening Deal--)

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**Amazon Lightening deal** X-REALITY PRO: Experience stunning picture quality with better clarity for anything you watch. •ANDROID TV - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search.All the personali…
soled73 Avatar8m, 4d agoFound 8 months, 4 days ago36 Comments
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Deal back on now
paulj48
Gazzie
paulj48
Gazzie
. The big positive is that you can get kodi running on it with Phoenix or Genesis plugins.
The big negative of running Kodi on it is there is a bug with bypassing the sound through the ARC into a theatre system (AV amp or soundbar) still better to run Kodi on a separate device until a fix comes out
No issue here - I've got a Sony HTXT1 (sound stage) connected to this TV via ARC and Kodi plays fine.
Have you got audio pass through switched on in kodi?

I used to have a full surround system and had the dual audio xbmc/kodi patch. After a while I ditch the surround sound system and just went for a decent sound bar instead. Not sure if audio pass through is switched on as I don't need it with my setup.
Gazzie
paulj48
Gazzie
. The big positive is that you can get kodi running on it with Phoenix or Genesis plugins.
The big negative of running Kodi on it is there is a bug with bypassing the sound through the ARC into a theatre system (AV amp or soundbar) still better to run Kodi on a separate device until a fix comes out
No issue here - I've got a Sony HTXT1 (sound stage) connected to this TV via ARC and Kodi plays fine.
Have you got audio pass through switched on in kodi?
paulj48
Gazzie
. The big positive is that you can get kodi running on it with Phoenix or Genesis plugins.
The big negative of running Kodi on it is there is a bug with bypassing the sound through the ARC into a theatre system (AV amp or soundbar) still better to run Kodi on a separate device until a fix comes out

No issue here - I've got a Sony HTXT1 (sound stage) connected to this TV via ARC and Kodi plays fine.
paulj48
mcormack
nsalgueiro
Be careful, this is not such a good deal, John Lewis is selling this at 529£.
The same tv at John Lewis costs £978
no it doesn't, I bought the same one from JL 2 weeks ago priced matched to Argos for £629 with a 5 year guarantee
Different TV it's not the 755C
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Sony Bravia KD55X85 4K Ultra HD LED 3D Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi, Black £1,199.00 price match at 959.99 - £100 cashback for old tv TOTAL OF £859.99 @ John Lewis

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I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £959.99 for the Sony Bravia KD55X85 4K Ultra HD LED 3D Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi, Black, seen o…
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Berbatov
got it price matched at Richer for £743 with the year warranty
Is that the KD55X8509 you got at that price and if so who was selling it at £743

I was hoping you would have been back to us with an answer by now berbatov
3 more days before delivery :)
I would like to know that too

The one is ordered is KD55X8509 and it works out to be £859.99 with 5 Years Warrantee

I would have love to get it at £743 with sound bar
Berbatov
got it price matched at Richer for £743 with the year warranty

Is that the KD55X8509 you got at that price and if so who was selling it at £743
Recently bought the s8005c. BIG problem with 3d viewing at the moment, and lots of people with the same problem across the 2015 range including this one since the November software update. Keeps popping up a "screen: full" message several times a minute in the bottom left corner.
2D side of things is flawless, 3D spot on except for the message, so if you're not bothered about viewing 3D at the moment, you'll be OK. They'll fix it as they're aware of it, but dont seem to be in any rush to do so at the moment. Might be 24th December update as so many people complaining.
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Sony KDL43W80 TV £50 off £449.99 at John Lewis

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As the title says, £50 off for Black Friday. Makes it £10 less than the equivalent W7 and of course you get the famous 5 year guarantee at JL which is a huge selling point over other sellers and their…
tombrook Avatar9m, 6h agoFound 9 months, 6 hours ago5 Comments
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The 50" is now £549
jamessimm1985
Got this from Amazon Warehouse deals for £408, less 10% discount, so £367.
wow got exactly the same deal from amazon for the same price and coming tomorrow, can't wait
Ordered was waiting to see options Currys give today against Richer Sounds but 5 years beats Currys
Got this from Amazon Warehouse deals for £408, less 10% discount, so £367.
Mmmm, very tempted. Looks like it ticks all the boxes.
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Sony Bravia KDL50W755C X-Reality Pro LED HD 1080p Android TV, 50" With Freeview HD & Built-In Wi-Fi YouView Upgradable £529.00 @ Argos

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The Sony W75C is a Full HD TV with access to a world of entertainment and apps. Part of the W756C Series, the television is one of the first of its kind to feature Android TV which offers an entirely
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,n nnn n ,nx,. bbd.c zg. sX X VXngg,c,xbc.,nc,. c
Finally managed to get Sony to send me some free off charge.
Took several emails...
Lets hope they are the right attachments.
*excited*
subzero1234
Received the tv couple of days ago. Tv on excellent condition. However, it does have bolts missing to help with wall mounting. So if anyone who does have this tv and not require the bolts, please contact me. Thanks in advance.
threw mine out just last week :/ maybe call sony and ask for some?
No way. Been trying. They difficult to get through to. Let's go hope someone else has it
subzero1234
Received the tv couple of days ago. Tv on excellent condition. However, it does have bolts missing to help with wall mounting. So if anyone who does have this tv and not require the bolts, please contact me. Thanks in advance.

threw mine out just last week :/ maybe call sony and ask for some?
Received the tv couple of days ago. Tv on excellent condition. However, it does have bolts missing to help with wall mounting. So if anyone who does have this tv and not require the bolts, please contact me. Thanks in advance.
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Sony Bravia KDL55W75 LED HD 1080p Smart TV Freeview HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Black 5 Year Guarantee included £749.00 (price match with Argos) £629.00 @ John Lewis

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I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £629.00 for the Sony Bravia KDL55W75 seen online at Argos. Once you contact us to confirm that you are happy with your goods…
SteTheDon Avatar9m, 5d agoFound 9 months, 5 days ago12 Comments
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Is this set better than the 55W829 which can no longer be found?
£629 again!
No longer on Argos website.
Submitted a price match request for this yesterday when it was showing 629. Argos website now shows 899!
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SONY BRAVIA 55W809CBU Smart 3D 55" LED TV Full HD 1080P, £649.00 @ Currys

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Bring the cinema home with the Sony BRAVIA 55W809CBU Smart 3D 55" LED TV. Immerse yourself in Full HD 3D viewing, all in the comfort of your living room. Picture quality like never before With X…
moonkala Avatar9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago36 Comments
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Yes, JL don't do this model. I was having a look at the 50" of this tv in Currys today at £549.00. Cracking tv for the money and Currys had it playing normal tv, you know what most us watch when not using VOD services. This is how tv's should be presented in the shops and not on the manufacturer's usb sticks. They must have run out of samsung sticks as on the Samsung 50JU6800 they had an LG stick in the back of it !!
kaz5890
My reply from jl regarding price match
I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £649.00 for the Sony Bravia KDL55W80 LED HD 1080p 3D Android TV seen at Currys.
To place this order with us please visit our website. When you have received your items(s) and are satisfied with your purchase, please let me know by return email and I will process a refund of the price difference. Please remember to include your order number.
Once you contact us to confirm that you are happy with your goods, we will process your refund and you will see this in your account within five working days. You will not need to take any further action.
When placing your order, you will be charged full price initially and then refunded once you have confirmed that you are keeping the order. A maximum of 1 item can be ordered.
This price match and query number is valid for one purchase only and cannot be shared with friends or family. Please also note that the price match above is only valid for orders placed with John Lewis.com and cannot be used in store. You should place your order within 28 days from today. If you are unable to place your order within 28 days, please submit a new request via our website.
If you wish to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold or our pricing policy, you can do so on our website. http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/never-knowingly-undersold-policy

I just got a reply from JL - different model so cannot price match
That's the standard JL price match email. With price match and 5 year warranty it's about time more of us ditched the well known high street store, or should I say retail park store and buy from JL. No I don't work for them but companies like C****s should be offering longer guarantees like JL do.

I just read JL's guarantee and it looks ok to me.

http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/electricals/archive/john-lewis-inclusive-guarantees
McHotpoon
08sam1
Just wanted to let people know the Sony 4k 55X8005C will be on the lightning deals tomorrow midday!
Thanks Sam, this is sooooo hard Im trying to hold till black friday. So many good prices for 55" at the moment. Think 55 is becoming the new 42.
I would wait if i were you, i know samsung will be going hot for black friday, and if not for black friday defo for christmas, last year they were giving 300 pounds cashback with their tvs, defo worth it
My reply from jl regarding price match

I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £649.00 for the Sony Bravia KDL55W80 LED HD 1080p 3D Android TV seen at Currys.

To place this order with us please visit our website. When you have received your items(s) and are satisfied with your purchase, please let me know by return email and I will process a refund of the price difference. Please remember to include your order number.

Once you contact us to confirm that you are happy with your goods, we will process your refund and you will see this in your account within five working days. You will not need to take any further action.

When placing your order, you will be charged full price initially and then refunded once you have confirmed that you are keeping the order. A maximum of 1 item can be ordered.

This price match and query number is valid for one purchase only and cannot be shared with friends or family. Please also note that the price match above is only valid for orders placed with John Lewis.com and cannot be used in store. You should place your order within 28 days from today. If you are unable to place your order within 28 days, please submit a new request via our website.

If you wish to view more information about Never Knowingly Undersold or our pricing policy, you can do so on our website. http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/never-knowingly-undersold-policy
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Sony BRAVIA KD55X8509C 3D 4K LED TV £899.10 + Free Soundbar (10% Off extended and min spend £999) @ Currys

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Offer been extended and now minimum spend is £999 which makes this the lowest price! £895.50 + 5 Year + Free Soundbar or upgrade the Soundbar to the CT780 for £150 extra. Edit: THIS IS ONLY FOR
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Yes but its still in box as after reading all negative comments about software, I waiting too see what Black Friday deals Currys have as will return it if something better available
craigthomas10
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Your pain has only just begun

Have you bought this model?
mlevans84
I bought the 55 inch today and wireless soundbar instore for £979.99, it was £1144.99 but the 10% code would not work so they overrided and gave me £115 discount and then a furthur £50 for O2 priority. Happy days for me :-)


Your pain has only just begun
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I bought the 55 inch today and wireless soundbar instore for £979.99, it was £1144.99 but the 10% code would not work so they overrided and gave me £115 discount and then a furthur £50 for O2 priority. Happy days for me :-)
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can you use the o2 priority code online?


​No
can you use the o2 priority code online?
Gollywood
Nirm
Gollywood
Nirm
gbmcginty
Got the 32" version. It's decent, bootup takes too long really but otherwise fairly impressive. Upgrade to the 755C and you'll get Android TV though.
Android is the way to go... however, for the time being, it's poorly implemented and laggy in an otherwise brilliant Sony 43" I have... with the 50" equivalent £170 more than the posted TV, plus £20 off with o2 Priority, this a non-brainer bargain :{
​Do you have a link to the 43" TV? thanks
I got it from here, still @ brilliant price: http://www.electricalexperience.co.uk/sony-kdl43w755cbu-w755cbu-43-inch-smart-led-television-with-freeview-hd/8)

Thanks Nirm!!

Can I ask who the 5 year warranty is with (just incase the retailer goes ti.ts up!!)
Believe it or not, I purchased 3 weeks ago and nothing was mentioned... hence I'm pleased that I can now use the official Sony 5 year jobby and assume that's what the latest price is based on!


Edited By: Nirm on Nov 07, 2015 06:46: spelling!
Gollywood
Nirm
Gollywood
Nirm
gbmcginty
Got the 32" version. It's decent, bootup takes too long really but otherwise fairly impressive. Upgrade to the 755C and you'll get Android TV though.
Android is the way to go... however, for the time being, it's poorly implemented and laggy in an otherwise brilliant Sony 43" I have... with the 50" equivalent £170 more than the posted TV, plus £20 off with o2 Priority, this a non-brainer bargain :{
​Do you have a link to the 43" TV? thanks
I got it from here, still @ brilliant price: http://www.electricalexperience.co.uk/sony-kdl43w755cbu-w755cbu-43-inch-smart-led-television-with-freeview-hd/8)
Thanks Nirm!!
Can I ask who the 5 year warranty is with (just incase the retailer goes ti.ts up!!)

djh1975
craiger082
is this TV 3d?
3D will be obsolete next year.

djh1975
craiger082
is this TV 3d?
3D will be obsolete next year.
Not sure about that... plenty of movies around and still making them, getting better too, latest Planet Of The Apes was excellent 8)
craiger082
is this TV 3d?
3D will be obsolete next year.