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Sony Bravia 65 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now - Black £1,099.00 Delivered @ Amazon

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Seems a good price for the 65inch Sony 4k HDR android tv, 2016 model? Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on the big screen The clean and simp…
Seems a good price for the 65inch Sony 4k HDR android tv, 2016 model? Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on the big screen The clean and simp…
rmonkey100 Avatar5d, 14h agoFound 5 days, 14 hours ago51 Comments
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Chasloyal
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Chasloyal
I got the brand new 2017 Bravia KD65XE9005 for 1800 quid out of John Lewis yesterday :p
Ooo how? ;)
My missus works for Waitrose and that KD65XE9005 is one of the items featured in the current 'partner extravaganza' so drove up to John Lewis Nottingham and ordered ours Friday.
It's 30% off but works out a couple of bob over £1800 because it's 18% off the RRP then 12% off what that figure is, right result nonetheless ;)
you know how annoying you are by bragging the partnership discount, right?
what a dxxx.
I'm guessing that would be because you're always ashamed of yourself for living so poor but then again I thought the reason people come on here is for the deals.....your words, not mine.http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170325_203843_zpsplqm4viv.jpg
So here's a deal for anyone who works or has immediate family that work at John Lewis Waitrose ;)
People comes here for deals open to public, instead of deals to the merchandise's employees.
It's amazing how you could manage to twist my words and imagine my life quality, which has nothing to do with my comments and yours.
Have you ever found a deal here of mobile phone contracts/payg only available to O2/Vadafone/EE employees?
or Sony TV available to SONY employees?
You surely don't understand the difference between a public sites and John Lewis/Waitrose internal forums.

Well unless I got dementia setting in I am sure I initially said I had got hold of the current version of this set for 1800 quid.

Another poster asked how so I answered the question and then you stuck your oar in using derogatory terms to describe me as a male member.

Oh and finally, the fact I didn't create a thread to publicise the deal we got clearly illustrates I am fully aware of the difference between public sites and staff only offers.

The harsh reality that the nasty little green monster within you reared it's ugly head so you got all stroppy about me mentioning a deal that you it would seem don't have access to is your issue not mine tsk


​Ok. sorry to misjudge your sex. I apologize.
chenzz
Chasloyal
chenzz
Chasloyal
raaks
Chasloyal
I got the brand new 2017 Bravia KD65XE9005 for 1800 quid out of John Lewis yesterday :p
Ooo how? ;)
My missus works for Waitrose and that KD65XE9005 is one of the items featured in the current 'partner extravaganza' so drove up to John Lewis Nottingham and ordered ours Friday.
It's 30% off but works out a couple of bob over £1800 because it's 18% off the RRP then 12% off what that figure is, right result nonetheless ;)
you know how annoying you are by bragging the partnership discount, right?
what a dxxx.
I'm guessing that would be because you're always ashamed of yourself for living so poor but then again I thought the reason people come on here is for the deals.....your words, not mine.http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170325_203843_zpsplqm4viv.jpg
So here's a deal for anyone who works or has immediate family that work at John Lewis Waitrose ;)
People comes here for deals open to public, instead of deals to the merchandise's employees.
It's amazing how you could manage to twist my words and imagine my life quality, which has nothing to do with my comments and yours.
Have you ever found a deal here of mobile phone contracts/payg only available to O2/Vadafone/EE employees?
or Sony TV available to SONY employees?
You surely don't understand the difference between a public sites and John Lewis/Waitrose internal forums.

Well unless I got dementia setting in I am sure I initially said I had got hold of the current version of this set for 1800 quid.

Another poster asked how so I answered the question and then you stuck your oar in using derogatory terms to describe me as a male member.

Oh and finally, the fact I didn't create a thread to publicise the deal we got clearly illustrates I am fully aware of the difference between public sites and staff only offers.

The harsh reality that the nasty little green monster within you reared it's ugly head so you got all stroppy about me mentioning a deal that you it would seem don't have access to is your issue not mine tsk
Chasloyal
chenzz
Chasloyal
raaks
Chasloyal
I got the brand new 2017 Bravia KD65XE9005 for 1800 quid out of John Lewis yesterday :p
Ooo how? ;)
My missus works for Waitrose and that KD65XE9005 is one of the items featured in the current 'partner extravaganza' so drove up to John Lewis Nottingham and ordered ours Friday.
It's 30% off but works out a couple of bob over £1800 because it's 18% off the RRP then 12% off what that figure is, right result nonetheless ;)
you know how annoying you are by bragging the partnership discount, right?
what a dxxx.
I'm guessing that would be because you're always ashamed of yourself for living so poor but then again I thought the reason people come on here is for the deals.....your words, not mine.http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170325_203843_zpsplqm4viv.jpg
So here's a deal for anyone who works or has immediate family that work at John Lewis Waitrose ;)

People comes here for deals open to public, instead of deals to the merchandise's employees.
It's amazing how you could manage to twist my words and imagine my life quality, which has nothing to do with my comments and yours.
Have you ever found a deal here of mobile phone contracts/payg only available to O2/Vadafone/EE employees?
or Sony TV available to SONY employees?
You surely don't understand the difference between a public sites and John Lewis/Waitrose internal forums.
slannmage
vassy4u
slannmage
The os is so slow and laggy I wouldn't bother.
What's a better OS that you would recommend??
None would be best, but LG is ok, Samsung is ok... it just seems to be Android TV that is so slow.
Thanks. I'm looking to buy one. So just wanted to know.
vassy4u
slannmage
The os is so slow and laggy I wouldn't bother.
What's a better OS that you would recommend??

None would be best, but LG is ok, Samsung is ok... it just seems to be Android TV that is so slow.
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Sony TV KD55XD9305BU 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D TV & HDMI Cable + 5 year warranty £1,189.99 for members @ Costco

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Include the usual membership fee or if you know someone that is a member already. The KD55XD9305BU features 4K Ultra HD quality viewing on the 55 inch flat TV screen for you to enjoy. 4K High D…
Include the usual membership fee or if you know someone that is a member already. The KD55XD9305BU features 4K Ultra HD quality viewing on the 55 inch flat TV screen for you to enjoy. 4K High D…
AbuM Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago2 Comments
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Cheaper here 1119 with sale50 (£50 off) voucher code


https://www.visions-direct.co.uk/?product=sony-bravia-55xd9305-led-premium-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-3d-android-tv&gclid=CLrsrLW04tICFQo6GwodGxUGBg

Edited By: Endless_Wire on Mar 19, 2017 11:02: Incorrect code
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Sony Bravia 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black [Energy Class a] £670.00 @ Amazon

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Get £80 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a Sony HT-RT5 Soundbar. (Terms and conditions apply) addToCart Add both to Basket Get £100 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a
Get £80 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a Sony HT-RT5 Soundbar. (Terms and conditions apply) addToCart Add both to Basket Get £100 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a
Mac007 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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Bought this tv from a lightning deal. £749 including a ps4 slim.

I wasn't really impressed with the Blacks on this TV. It's the first thing I noticed when comparing it to my 2010 Sharp TV.

Decent TV though.

After deducting vouchers I used and the money I got for my old ps4 the tv cost me around £380. That's the only reason I kept it
Good TV but does not ship off UK mainland
happylarry
Note: PlayStation Now is being discontinued on Sony TVs in August
https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/13/playstation-now-ps4-games-pc/


​I heard PlayStation Now is being dropped from Sony TVs as soon as April?
Jaybeam
Need put model number in title!

This is the XD70, so the standard gamut version (i.e. no HDR hardware).

The KD55XD7004BU specifically so it's the version with the black stand, rather than the 05 which has a silver stand.
Need put model number in title!
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Sony Bravia 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black [Energy Class a] £550.00 @ Amazon

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Get £80 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a Sony HT-RT5 Soundbar. (Terms and conditions apply) addToCart Add both to Basket Get £100 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a
Get £80 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a Sony HT-RT5 Soundbar. (Terms and conditions apply) addToCart Add both to Basket Get £100 off your purchase when you buy this TV with a
Mac007 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago5 Comments
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Jaybeam
Model number OP?

This is the XD70, so the standard gamut version (i.e. no HDR hardware).

The KD49XD7004BU specifically, so it's the version with the black stand, rather than the 7005 which has a silver stand.
Model number OP?
already posted 2 days ago.
happylarry
Note: PlayStation Now is being discontinued on Sony TVs in August
https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/13/playstation-now-ps4-games-pc/


How can that be true! :0
Note: PlayStation Now is being discontinued on Sony TVs in August
https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/13/playstation-now-ps4-games-pc/
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Sony Bravia 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) 49XD7004 £550.00 @ Amazon

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Sony Bravia 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) 49XD7004 £550.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK You Save:£249.00 (31%) Bear in mind it is the 2016 model. Android TV 4K HDR
Sony Bravia 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) 49XD7004 £550.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK You Save:£249.00 (31%) Bear in mind it is the 2016 model. Android TV 4K HDR
nh1402 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago10 Comments
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IMA Sony is becomig a very poor brand, the quality is no better than a vestel product.
Wasn't this a "Lightning deal" 3 times in last month or so - at £399 ?
sneakybifta
Had a faulty one exchanged before getting the second one refunded. The first stopped powering on. The second worked for 9 months with a slow, buggy UI and fairly frequent crashes and 1-2 minute restarts.

Got a Samsung 49" curved for around the same price, way better UI, so much faster, personally much prefer the more vivid picture.


Haven't experienced any of that. What should I look out for?
6ixFoot1
First thing I noticed was the blacks weren't black enough.

https://media4.giphy.com/media/10nWJmYZIcmUSY/giphy.gif
Had a faulty one exchanged before getting the second one refunded. The first stopped powering on. The second worked for 9 months with a slow, buggy UI and fairly frequent crashes and 1-2 minute restarts.

Got a Samsung 49" curved for around the same price, way better UI, so much faster, personally much prefer the more vivid picture.
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Sony Bravia KD43X83 LED 4K Ultra-HD Android TV, 43" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi £264.50 John Lewis

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Sony Bravia KD43X83 LED 4K Ultra-HD Android TV, 43" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi Just spotted this on John Lewis. Looks like a bargain to me! Its not the newest TV but at a grea…
Sony Bravia KD43X83 LED 4K Ultra-HD Android TV, 43" with Freeview HD, Youview & Built-In Wi-Fi Just spotted this on John Lewis. Looks like a bargain to me! Its not the newest TV but at a grea…
palli Avatar3w, 3h agoFound 3 weeks, 3 hours ago10 Comments
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Some lucky soul got the only one in stock in the country for sure...
was the TV ever in stock? (I signed in just to make this comment)

did ANYONE managed to get ONE?
No surprise these went quick.. drats!
back in stock... no wait...OOS (_;)
Is there any stock?
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Sony Bravia 49" 49XD8077/8099 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV £699.00 @ John Lewis

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Looks like a good 49" 4K Sony for the price, not sure if it's full 10bit HDR but I'm sure someone here will state it. Also comes with 5 years guarantee as standard with John Lewis.
Looks like a good 49" 4K Sony for the price, not sure if it's full 10bit HDR but I'm sure someone here will state it. Also comes with 5 years guarantee as standard with John Lewis.
Shakeyyy Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago26 Comments
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why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.

To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.


​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.


"​Standard definition" isn't 720p oO


​You know what he meant.
woolymammoth8606
cheapskate25
woolymammoth8606
why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.

To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.


​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.


"​Standard definition" isn't 720p oO
woolymammoth8606
cheapskate25
woolymammoth8606
why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.

To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.


​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.


​Well I know lot of people that are looking for HDR 4K TV's are looking to both make sure it's HDR output is true for the likes of PS4 Pro/XBoxSlim - as well as Netflix and future proofing for the next 5 years. There's nothing worse than paying through the nose for a "HDR" TV and it turns out it's only capable of reading HDR signals, not displaying them
cheapskate25
woolymammoth8606
why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.

To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.


​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.
budgio
So it is 10 bit but doesn't quite get the UHD Premium stamp.

No and not even close to Premium standard.
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Lightning deal - TV Sony Bravia Android 4K HDR + Sony PlayStation 4 500GB / 49" for £699 / 55" for £749.00 / 65" for £1099 @ Amazon

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Sony Bravia KD55XD7005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now - Black. Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartp…
Sony Bravia KD55XD7005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now - Black. Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartp…
answark Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago13 Comments
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Sony TV's get marshmallow today
bloooo
For this price I'd be expecting the XD80


Even with the ps4 included?
promithius
Shame its not a pro, seems a bit daft doing a 4k HDR set then putting the machine that makes no use of it with it!

This is the XD70 so it's a non-HDR TV. Well, it has support for HDR formats, but none of the hardware needed to display it.

gazerino
Anyone know what the HDR is like on these? I've read it's only 400 nits but not too sure what that relates too in quality. I've read that HDR requires about 1000 nits!

HDR standards go to 10,000 nits. 1000 is only for the UHD Premium label.

The key hardware feature needed for great HDR isn't brightness itself but lots of local dimming zones so you can actually make use of that brightness. The best TVs right now have 500+ zones like the Panasonic DX902 and Sony ZD9.
For this price I'd be expecting the XD80
Good deal on the 55". Cheaper than the tv on it's own plus you get a free ps4
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Sony Bravia 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV(KD55XD7004BU) + free Sony BDP-S1700 SMART Blu-Ray and DVD Player with Built-In Apps £759.99 @ Amazon

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ANDROID TV, 4HDMI, 3USB, WiFi, 4K ultra HD - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen. The clean and…
ANDROID TV, 4HDMI, 3USB, WiFi, 4K ultra HD - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen. The clean and…
son_alli Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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How this one is different than 55XD7005 sold by John Lewis for 779.
I bought the 55KS7000 for £849 from JL back in December. Got it price matched to the curry's offer and all I will say is that I got lucky. Wonderful TV with True 10bit HDR.
ok :)
F4STFORW4RD
Jams80
F4STFORW4RD
david_witty
I have this TV and it's not HDR nor do Sony plan on updating it. I've been on at them for months for an update but they said it's not coming
Maybe the title needs changing, if it says HDR and it isn't...
LOL, well you could apply that logic to virtually every HDR TV on the market!
So you're suggesting that HUKD members regularly describe TVs as HDR in their thread titles when they aren't HDR?

I'm saying virtually every HDR TV being sold as an HDR TV technically isn't given they pretty much all fall short of the standards required to display HDR properly, in respect to brightness and colour gamut... every 50"+ TV under £1K falls in to this category, with the Samsung 55KS7000 being the only exception, if you can find it on offer that is.
Jams80
F4STFORW4RD
david_witty
I have this TV and it's not HDR nor do Sony plan on updating it. I've been on at them for months for an update but they said it's not coming
Maybe the title needs changing, if it says HDR and it isn't...
LOL, well you could apply that logic to virtually every HDR TV on the market!

So you're suggesting that HUKD members regularly describe TVs as HDR in their thread titles when they aren't HDR?
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65" Sony KDL65W855C 1080p HD, Android, Smart 3D LED TV £799.00 @ Electronic world - Graded Stock (can pickup for free but only a few uk stores)

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Looks like Graded Stock, but if your not interested in 4k, then this may be of interest. Pickup at Birmingham, Warrington, West Yorkshire and Essex stores only. Other stores £999 at Amazon £…
Looks like Graded Stock, but if your not interested in 4k, then this may be of interest. Pickup at Birmingham, Warrington, West Yorkshire and Essex stores only. Other stores £999 at Amazon £…
soled73 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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No 4k and being priced at £799 it doesn't seem like a very decent deal.
johnnyd57uk
These tvs are unlikely to be surplus or end of line. Not even available second hand on Amazon yet. First reviewed What Hi Fi in June 2016 so not that old. I have a similar Sony tv . Fantastic picture but takes ages to get the picture just right. Came with a 5 year warranty. Would I chance a graded set even if it was £200 cheaper. I dont think so.
The linked review is dated June 2015, so it is relatively old for this price point.
These tvs are unlikely to be surplus or end of line. Not even available second hand on Amazon yet. First reviewed What Hi Fi in June 2016 so not that old. I have a similar Sony tv . Fantastic picture but takes ages to get the picture just right. Came with a 5 year warranty. Would I chance a graded set even if it was £200 cheaper. I dont think so.
Review
http://www.whathifi.com/sony/kdl-65w855c/review

Verdict
The Sony KDL-65W855C is a tempting proposition. It’s not class-leading stuff, but we’re impressed with its blend of quality, features and price.
If you’re not fussed about the latest bells and whistles, or you’re happy to wait until the dust settles on the latest format war, this is a great way to get a 65in screen for less than you might expect
https://www.hificonfidential.co.uk/image/cache/catalog/products/Televisions/805kdl-500x500.jpg

Graded Stock
"Graded" televisions are items that High Street retailers can't sell on for various reasons. This may be because the TVs are surplus stock, end of line/discontined models, 30 day customer returns, unwanted gifts, or items with damaged packaging.

When the TVs come into us at Electronic World they are technically tested, processed, repackaged and offered for sale. Before sale, all televisions undergo a comprehensive quality control process by our engineers. In the majority of cases the item will be supplied with its original packaging and will be "as new" - the items we sell are not used. If the original packaging is not supplied we will supply other secure packaging to keep the TV well protected in transit.

All TVs sold on this website carry a 12 month 'return to base' warranty provided by ourselves (unless otherwise stated). Our guarantee on all of our products demonstrates our confidence in each and every product we sell. Upon collection the TV is unwrapped and you are given a demonstration of the TV for your peace of mind. This really is an amazing way to save hundreds off "Brand New" prices without sacrificing any of the quality or performance!

Edited By: soled73 on Jan 16, 2017 14:19: Added graded info
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Amazon deal of the day- Sony Bravia 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV(KD49XD7004BU) with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) with Wi-Fi; 55 inch- £749 - Black for £550.00

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ANDROID TV, 4HDMI, 3USB, WiFi, 4K ultra HD - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen. The clean…
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kkthomask Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago37 Comments
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More like deals of several days, not the first time it's been this price.
Just a word of warning, I ordered one of these. Amazon used Hermes for my shipment. After almost two weeks of messing with deliveries allegedly having been made and the TV left at the rear of the house where no rear access was available Amazon asked me to declare the shipment stolen to the police only for them to admit a few days later it was a mistake and the TV was on Hermes depot.
Their own logistics are very good, but where they use third parties like Hermes be prepared to be disappointed. And on this occasion even Amazon customer services failed to rise to the challenge and it left a very bitter taste.
Your experience may vary.
Hermes need to rebrand themselves Herpes to be honest!
I've had 3 of 4 Amazon returns fail due to that f*** up of a business (they don't bother showing up) only for DPD to have to step in and actually do a job. Then last week I had £250 of Abercrombie stuff go walkabout for 3 days after Herpes said they had delivered something when my CCTV showed they hadn't even been to my property.
Pay peanuts, get monkeys!
​they are 10 bit say in the blurb on John Lewis show me where u get your info.....i have the xd800 series and it's a serious price on kit and with Android it delivers an amazing experience

You asked, so here's some info about your 8 bit, frame dimmed TV. It doesn't even have FRC that a £300 Hisense has.

Getting 4k, you need 10bit and at least local dimming with 1000nit. The peak brightness of this unit is 400, in "HDR" mode it drops to 120, that's 1/10th of the amount a KS7000 can deliver, or indeed any proper HDR TV.

Steer clear.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/ec7b632


​oh and thanks that exactly why I asked much appreciated
The_Hoff
derekscotia
The_Hoff
plunet
More like deals of several days, not the first time it's been this price.
Just a word of warning, I ordered one of these. Amazon used Hermes for my shipment. After almost two weeks of messing with deliveries allegedly having been made and the TV left at the rear of the house where no rear access was available Amazon asked me to declare the shipment stolen to the police only for them to admit a few days later it was a mistake and the TV was on Hermes depot.
Their own logistics are very good, but where they use third parties like Hermes be prepared to be disappointed. And on this occasion even Amazon customer services failed to rise to the challenge and it left a very bitter taste.
Your experience may vary.
Hermes need to rebrand themselves Herpes to be honest!
I've had 3 of 4 Amazon returns fail due to that f*** up of a business (they don't bother showing up) only for DPD to have to step in and actually do a job. Then last week I had £250 of Abercrombie stuff go walkabout for 3 days after Herpes said they had delivered something when my CCTV showed they hadn't even been to my property.
Pay peanuts, get monkeys!
​they are 10 bit say in the blurb on John Lewis show me where u get your info.....i have the xd800 series and it's a serious price on kit and with Android it delivers an amazing experience

You asked, so here's some info about your 8 bit, frame dimmed TV. It doesn't even have FRC that a £300 Hisense has.

Getting 4k, you need 10bit and at least local dimming with 1000nit. The peak brightness of this unit is 400, in "HDR" mode it drops to 120, that's 1/10th of the amount a KS7000 can deliver, or indeed any proper HDR TV.

Steer clear.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/ec7b632


​glad I got the xd8077 then lol mine has frc
The_Hoff
Either way, the KS7000 will likely be a TV I consider buying in 6 months if it hits the £500-600 mark, it's a great screen.

I'm waiting for the price drop also! Could have been had for £720 on black friday in currys with the discount code on top of it being £799 at the time so people are nuts paying £899 for it currently
Xd800 series are better than that and smiled price for 988
gazman090970
The_Hoff
gazman090970
The_Hoff
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Is the kS7000 actually a true 10bit TV or 8bit+FRC?
True 10-bit quantum dot display, 1000 nit brightness, no local dimming, but it's the best picture you'll get bang for buck right now. Plus it's a true 120hz whereas this Sony is 60hz.http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/5f42432
It has Edge lit local dimming.
There's no such thing, it's edge lit like every other TV that doesn't have local dimming.
The KS8000 has local dimming, the 7000 has no such thing. http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue49ks7000-201610234374.htm
Here's a direct quote from the KS7000 review on avforums " The KS7000 is LED edge-lit and includes both Precision Black local dimming and an Ultra Black anti-reflection moth eye filter." Also the link you previously left in post #27 for the UE49KS7000 clearly states it has local dimming.

Sorry was posting in haste on a mobile, my reason for that link was this portion of the conclusion:

Given its edge-lit LED configuration, of course the KS7000′s HDR performance wasn’t going to be as compelling as that provided by full-array local dimming (FALD) LCDs or OLED TVs, but then again it’s considerably more affordable.

It seems to be a term, much like HDR, that's used with differing meaning. So apologies for the confusion, for my local dimming is only really achieved with FALD or OLED TV's that have a physical capability to turn off (lighting) precise portions of the screen, any edge lit configuration is a hack at achieving this, in the same way that FRC is to 10bit screens.

I'm not suggesting it makes no difference, it does, but the quality of the solution is compromised. You just end up with a blown out black with screen bleed, or having to reduce brightness of the backlight which reduces your white range.

Either way, the KS7000 will likely be a TV I consider buying in 6 months if it hits the £500-600 mark, it's a great screen.
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chenzz
surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?
there's always going to be a better tv if you're willing to pay more money.
​In fairness if you're spending over 1k it not a massive stretch for some for the next model up

I think KD65XD8599BU is worth £150 more due to Sony triluminos tech EDGE LED and more.

see

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/bb8234cd
callumfraser4912
chenzz
surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?

there's always going to be a better tv if you're willing to pay more money.


​In fairness if you're spending over 1k it not a massive stretch for some for the next model up
chenzz
callumfraser4912
chenzz
surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?
surely the KD65XD9305BU for £750.00 more is a better buy?....
this is a deals website, £150 is a lot of money.

Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?

to be honest, I don't understand why people would want HDR.
It won't be available for quite a few years.
Yeah, right, BBC trialed it recently, but with Panasonic exclusive tech.
And I believed they trialed 4k since Olympic 2012, but we haven't got 1080p signal yet.

http://www.ultrahdtv.net/2012/07/bbc-to-test-ultra-hdtv-at-2012-olympics/

Still good/old 720p/1080i for so called HD channel.



​HDR is already playable on ps4 on ps4 Pro.
not to mention the grand tour and other amazon originals streamed in HDR
A 65" TV is the easy part, a house with a large enough front room on the other hand......
I have the 49" android version of this and would not recommend a Sony. Slow unresponsive
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cold not QLED

old tech
Just went to buy the tv I decided on: LG49UH770V from richer sounds and since yesterday it's gone up another £50. Never mind :/ I was a day late .

Edited By: stevenmb88 on Jan 04, 2017 14:52: Spelling
Do not forget that Sony let lots of its customers down after YouTube and similar apps stop working forever! We ended up with a giant dumb monitor...
It's not really unfair - they have these bricks and mortar stores that they obviously want to drive traffic to, they know full well that it will upset some people who buy online (and yes, I'm one of them) but I may go into the store on a whim and if the deal wasn't there I might just come out with something else. I'm sure it's a calculated risk on their part rather than an oversight or deliberate nuisance.
I would not get out of bed for anything less than 60 inch.
Heat :-)
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Just found it for £754.98 on Price4.co.uk at the co-op, deal is on today 8/1/2017 and is on for just 3 days. Comes with 5 year warranty
Now 799 in Lewis and Richersounds , wouldn't pay it ☹️
Nice TV. Back to £799 now.
so do i amd ive not noticed it being slow at all. We have virgin Media so i also disabled the tuner and youview and use the netflix, iplayer 4Od apps separately and it works great.
mikegrigg
I brought this for £999 bugga


949 here

I feel your pain
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I'am interested to hear your thoughts on this television and how it compares to others within a similar price bracket,
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I can't add pic of my fcuk surround, URL image( iPhone se) is over my head but get the price right on deals now lol
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guttediam
HeAt, nice television like the oldies say :P
I don't understand why some still refer to them as smart TVs or flat screens not in this day and age a decade or so ago maybe.


Op, I meant I luv it, said television because oldies like mum & her oldie friends say television. To me it's a tv/telly jus ain't got the dollar up grade nor need to at the min. The old Bravia doing good for me at the min. But fried my surround today am Guttediam
guttediam
HeAt, nice television like the oldies say :P
I don't understand why some still refer to them as smart TVs or flat screens not in this day and age a decade or so ago maybe.
HeAt, nice television like the oldies say :P
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Great price for a fantastic looking tv Sony Bravia 49XD8077/8099 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 49" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design, Silver/black 5 year john lewis…
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£699 not as you show.

Edited By: Optionalman on Mar 03, 2017 17:45
Price gone up
got mine (8088 black) from Richer Sounds for same price with 6 year warranty. Great TV
Just got one of these. Good deal. Hot!
kadooosh
Avallon
wakkaday
Is this a 10 bit panel
Nope
Yes it is. Check the Sony site

I stand corrected :)
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Energy is B rating. Is this significant?
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
Having bought and sold TV's in the distant past, buying directly from Sony, I can assure readers that the typical profit a dealer could make might be 15 to 20% and it's probably less now as I'm fortunate enough to have exited that trade 15 years ago. I'm afraid your comment is totally untrue unless I've woken up in an alternative reality where TV shops make a fortune (hint, they don't - that's why most have closed down)

However, it's conceivable that staff working at Sony might get a very decent deal to encourage them to use and promote Sony products. That's a very different thing to shops making huge profits.



Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 30, 2016 23:11
N1Andy
Max Damage
mikeydalby
ces starts on 4th of Jan where the next generation of TVs will be announced.... I'd wait till then if you can
And the next set of very high RRPs. I got a Panasonic 55CX802b for £999 this year when they were selling them off ready for the new sets. In my view until OLED comes down significantly the top end LED's are good enough for most people
If you are coming from LED to a better LED set then I'd agree with you. The problem for a few, including myself, is that we're coming from plasma and I have yet to see an LED set that even comes close in terms of colour, blacks, and motion handling. I keep looking as I'm beguiled by the 4k and HDR, but it's one disappointment after another..........which is really disappointing when LED has advanced so little over the last few years.
It's still a travesty that plasma was killed off the way it was, and idiot consumers that look at feature lists over performance are to blame - almost every feature you see listed on a LED set is to overcome a problem that plasma just didn't have to start with.......oh, and I never have to turn my heating on whilst the TV is on! :D

I replaced my old Panasonic Plasma with it. More than happy with the TV. OLED still has issues but plasmas were expensive and damned heavy. I think their cost sealed their fate

As for LEDs I think for the average viewer they give a great picture

Edited By: Max Damage on Dec 30, 2016 21:19
paulwhitehead66
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
​ anyone here work for Sony, I will give you £500

I'm sure it's a load of rubbish. Staff discounts aren't THAT generous.
Blimey are the plasma grannies still about!
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How is the picture quality comparatively and viewing angles?
Picture quality is great, but viewing angles I have no experience, as I am the only one who watches it in a small room, head-on .Vlc installed, Kodi installed , still getting used to it .+(my tv is an older, smaller version). Playstation Now @ £9.99 per month is of no interest to me

Edited By: GwanGy on Jan 01, 2017 10:29
enallum
andymg2000
Thanks OP. Just bought this for my wife's parents as they've been on the lookout for a new tv ever since they saw my 55" Sony 9 series. Now I'm going to be jealous!
Did you go thru Quidco/Topcashback and did it track ok


It tracked with Quidco but at £86.74 based on purchase amount of £867.36. Would expect this to be corrected as this wasn't the pre VAT price, this assuming the cash back actually got paid given the use of the £50 off code.

However I've since cancelled my order. Not happy with many reviews which reference poor blacks and contrast with the IPS panel. I'm now looking at some Samsung and LG TVs, although these are more around the £1600-£2000 price. Better to get the best you can afford rather than regretting the performance of a bargain price purchase. That's just me, but I'm pretty picky when it comes to stuff like this.

Edited By: andymg2000 on Dec 31, 2016 23:44: Update to note I used quidco
andymg2000
Thanks OP. Just bought this for my wife's parents as they've been on the lookout for a new tv ever since they saw my 55" Sony 9 series. Now I'm going to be jealous!
Did you go thru Quidco/Topcashback and did it track ok
Lads we watch sky sd and Hd... is this any good at upscaling what else is out there for the same money...
Had a look in Curry's yesterday and was impressed seemed better then the Samsungs for motion blur and clarity. Lack of 3d is a shame. The LG 65 deal at Selfridges is a tempter at £1599. http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/lg-65uh950v-4k-ultra-hd-65-dolby-vision-tv_761-10044-LG65UH950V/

Playstation now is buggy with a limited number of multi player games available. Rip off imho especially if you are already paying for ps+

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Returned Samsung 49ks7000 and bought Sony 49xd8305 for £699 (120hertz and 800mhz). Fantastic colours and motion flow....

Did you return the KS7000 because of the judder/motion issues?


Crap build quality and judder, etc.. Sony has got good upscaler for SD channels...
MissiveUK
Returned Samsung 49ks7000 and bought Sony 49xd8305 for £699 (120hertz and 800mhz). Fantastic colours and motion flow....

Did you return the KS7000 because of the judder/motion issues?
Returned Samsung 49ks7000 and bought Sony 49xd8305 for £699 (120hertz and 800mhz). Fantastic colours and motion flow....
haritori
Naruto
Sony are usually the best TVs for gaming. Definitely going for a Sony for my next upgrade. However you need a bigger screen for 4k surely? 49 or higher if you can house it.
The Samsung KS7000 has the best input lag at 21ms with HDR enabled, on a 10 bit panel..

I do not trust Samsung tvs tbh. I have heard reports of motion blur and dead pixels with this model. Sonys are more reliable in my personal experience and from what I have read. I'm looking at the XD9305. Avforums review here
Noveed
It's 8 bit + FRC, I have the 60" version. When Game Mode is enabled the response times are the best on the market for gaming. As far as I know only the 8000 and 9000 Sammy's are true 10 bit panels.

Nope. KS7000 is true 10 bit.

Edited By: russ on Dec 30, 2016 19:00
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Now £299.00 but still interested for a bedroom TV to use with chromecast.
benzas
why on earth you want to spend 284 for non smart non 4k tv in 2017 ???

Perhaps because there are no cheap 4k sources and you can add smart (smart enough for most people) by getting a chromecast.
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Mrepg
whatyadoinsucka
It seems with the game geeks on this site if it's not curved and 4K no one is interested,
But do tv signals even broadcast in the quality for 4K
I've got a regular hdtv Sony 32 and the picture is perfect, 6 year old now, and John Lewis has expired, tbh I prefer to be out and about and rarely sit down and watch tv for more than a few hours tv.
40-42" seems plenty big enough for me
Rofl yeah and I bet you got a £2 radio and cant understand why people love using a hand wired amp. My wife is exactly the same
Nah I got a dab radio, had it for at least 12 years, what use is 4k tv to the average joe. It's a genuine question, will it vastly improve the picture quality of a small hdtv or do I need a 50-60" telly. Do BBC/itv/freeview channels broadcast to a data quality level that a 4K tv would make a difference.. as I've said my Sony which has a great picture is hitting 6 years and sooner or later will die, is it worth upgrading now whilst some good offers on
Yeah part of me is with you. If I wasnt putting a gaming rig together I would have no use for 4k. As for sd and hd I still love my panny commercial panel and its still going strong
Cheers, I'm no longer a gamer so 4K is probably paying for something that I may not use,
Ideally I just want a good picture, freeview and a few apps to watch iPlayer etc
whatyadoinsucka
Mrepg
whatyadoinsucka
It seems with the game geeks on this site if it's not curved and 4K no one is interested,
But do tv signals even broadcast in the quality for 4K
I've got a regular hdtv Sony 32 and the picture is perfect, 6 year old now, and John Lewis has expired, tbh I prefer to be out and about and rarely sit down and watch tv for more than a few hours tv.
40-42" seems plenty big enough for me
Rofl yeah and I bet you got a £2 radio and cant understand why people love using a hand wired amp. My wife is exactly the same
Nah I got a dab radio, had it for at least 12 years, what use is 4k tv to the average joe. It's a genuine question, will it vastly improve the picture quality of a small hdtv or do I need a 50-60" telly. Do BBC/itv/freeview channels broadcast to a data quality level that a 4K tv would make a difference.. as I've said my Sony which has a great picture is hitting 6 years and sooner or later will die, is it worth upgrading now whilst some good offers on

Yeah part of me is with you. If I wasnt putting a gaming rig together I would have no use for 4k. As for sd and hd I still love my panny commercial panel and its still going strong
benzas
why on earth you want to spend 284 for non smart non 4k tv in 2017 ???
because troll.
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@twoism

im not into the upscaling idea. if i had this TV i would watch native 1080p as im watching now with my tv, there would be no need to upscale that. question in my mind is, what would it be like if i was to watch 4k content on that TV for example i hear some netflix content is in 4k?



Edited By: thefinest1 on Dec 26, 2016 11:32
thefinest1
looks great. but checking this tv out, it looks like its not true 4k. the info on the net and website talk alot about upscaling. please feel free to correct me if im wrong, as i'm in the market for a new tv
im including the amazon link as this seems to have more reviews than anywhere elseamazon link

All modern TVs upscale older content, including 1080p "full HD" TVs, to make anything that isn't it's native res look a bit better. This is still a 4k TV. For HDR though, it seems as though this is an 8 bit panel, which isn't the full capacity of colour that HDR can produce.
thefinest1
looks great. but checking this tv out, it looks like its not true 4k. the info on the net and website talk alot about upscaling. please feel free to correct me if im wrong, as i'm in the market for a new tv
im including the amazon link as this seems to have more reviews than anywhere elseamazon link

Also, all new Sony TVs force you to ditch your 3D film collection :(
looks great. but checking this tv out, it looks like its not true 4k. the info on the net and website talk alot about upscaling. please feel free to correct me if im wrong, as i'm in the market for a new tv

im including the amazon link as this seems to have more reviews than anywhere else

amazon link
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1000hz so I can play at 1000 FPS or just marketing bull? The latter me thinks.
Sorry accidentally posted repeatedly, need to report as spam!
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Looking to replace the tv and this looks a good deal though i have a feeling it is a clearance. Was £899 i think in Black Dridays deals and John Lewis doing as a price match at only £799 invluding 5
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this or ks7000?
​Voted hot.. This is a complete bargain.
If you can afford the extra £150 I'd go for the ks7000. Compared the 2 in Currys a few months ago and the ks7000 won hands down.
Both awesome tvs
For £899 though, you can get the 55XD85 which completely blows the KS7000 out of the water and into another continent! X)


How does the 55XD85 blow the KS7000 out of the water? Doesn't it have an IPS panel?
Who is selling it for £749 ?
THIS IS THEIR EMAIL, HAVE REMOVED THE CASE NUMBER. I quoted the code, price and warranty and this was the reply.

Dear Mr Thomas, 

Thank you for your price match request for the Sony Bravia 55XD8005.

I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £749.99 for the Sony Bravia 55XD8005 (product code 82450207) seen at the Co op.

To place this order with us please visit our website. When you have received your items and are satisfied with your purchase, please let me know by return email. Please also respond with your CASE number: CASE and 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. If PayPal is used then please be aware the refund can take up to 28 days to show in your account. 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 10 items can be ordered.

This price match is valid for one order only and cannot be shared with friends or family. Please also note that the price match above is only valid for orders placed with JohnLewis.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. 

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Boogie123
this or ks7000?
​Voted hot.. This is a complete bargain.
If you can afford the extra £150 I'd go for the ks7000. Compared the 2 in Currys a few months ago and the ks7000 won hands down.
Both awesome tvs
For £899 though, you can get the 55XD85 which completely blows the KS7000 out of the water and into another continent! X)
Boogie123
this or ks7000?


​Voted hot.. This is a complete bargain.
If you can afford the extra £150 I'd go for the ks7000. Compared the 2 in Currys a few months ago and the ks7000 won hands down.
Both awesome tvs
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John Lewis sale Best price for this top end tv
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Same price at PRC, with year guarantee and 3.8% quidco.
Same price at PRC, with 5 year guarantee and 3.8% quidco.

Edited By: james8169 on Dec 24, 2016 18:58
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specialoffers
this is good deal for good brand and qualty 4k hdr android tv what is wrong those people


Same here!
this is good deal for good brand and qualty 4k hdr android tv what is wrong those people
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It may not be a SMART TV, but this is most certainly a smart price for a 40" top brand Full HD TV. Seems to be a price match with Tesco, so whichever retailer takes your fancy I guess. Lowest price…
It may not be a SMART TV, but this is most certainly a smart price for a 40" top brand Full HD TV. Seems to be a price match with Tesco, so whichever retailer takes your fancy I guess. Lowest price…
tombrook Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago1 Comment
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Bought one for my mother in Jan/Feb at £299 from richer sounds with 5 year warranty good TV sound ok but get a glair when the sun shines bright but she has it by a window. Heat added Op
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Sony Bravia KD55XD8005 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with TRILUMINOS Display, PlayStation Now and Google Cast (2016 Model) - Black [Energy Class a] £769.00 [Lightning deal] @ Amazon

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Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic range - enhanced contrast, real-life colours and excepti…
Netflix recommended TV 2016 and TRILUMINOS display for Lifelike colour, authentic images that evoke the emotion in every scene 4K high dynamic range - enhanced contrast, real-life colours and excepti…
razvanbatea Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago29 Comments
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bonzobanana
jimbo001
What's the difference between hdr 8+2 and hdr 10?
Is the difference worth the price cost?
The +2 bit is FRC (frame rate control) which just flickers a pixel between 2 states to create a in-between colour so for example if you flickered red between value 7 and 8 of equal time it would be perceived by the eye as 7.5. So there is a layer of software that takes in a 10 bit image and then with a 8 bit panel emulates a 10 bit panel by flickering between the 2 states for some pixels. My tv has a LG 8bit+FRC panel but don't think its implemented in software at all because the same TV chassis is also supporting other 8bit panels. I use mine in mainly gaming mode so most of that sort of picture processing is switched off anyway to reduce input lag. Dithering is also used in picture processing software to emulate a 10bit panel simply by creating a group of alternating light/dark pixels where in the original 10bit image an intermediate colour was used that the 8bit panel can't generate and any 8bit panel can do that.
Samsung are probably class leaders in picture processing nowadays and then probably LG. Both of the 2 big Korean companies basically.
A true 10bit panel literally has a palette of about 1 billion colours compared to the 24 million of a 8bit panel but is much more expensive to manufacture and also must be matched to a high contrast panel with decent brightness to give genuine true HDR performance. So there are 3 big factors for proper HDR performance and a 10bit panel is only one of them.
Thank you, to the average consumer, is 10bit far better than dithering/frc?

Everything else being equal then 10bit is better to have than 8bit+FRC but sadly its rare everything else is equal and you have to weigh up the good and bad of each set. Not much HDR material currently but I'm sure there will be more over the years to come. It's best to think about how you use your tv and then make a purchase based on that. If you use it for mainly watching SD freeview channels then SD upscaling is most important. If you use it for gaming you want low input lag. There isn't a lot of HDR material at the moment and the real tv's capable of true HDR are quite expensive mostly over £1000. In 3 years time decent HDR tv's will probably much cheaper, more reliable and there will be a lot more material to warrant it.
bonzobanana
jimbo001
What's the difference between hdr 8+2 and hdr 10?
Is the difference worth the price cost?
The +2 bit is FRC (frame rate control) which just flickers a pixel between 2 states to create a in-between colour so for example if you flickered red between value 7 and 8 of equal time it would be perceived by the eye as 7.5. So there is a layer of software that takes in a 10 bit image and then with a 8 bit panel emulates a 10 bit panel by flickering between the 2 states for some pixels. My tv has a LG 8bit+FRC panel but don't think its implemented in software at all because the same TV chassis is also supporting other 8bit panels. I use mine in mainly gaming mode so most of that sort of picture processing is switched off anyway to reduce input lag. Dithering is also used in picture processing software to emulate a 10bit panel simply by creating a group of alternating light/dark pixels where in the original 10bit image an intermediate colour was used that the 8bit panel can't generate and any 8bit panel can do that.
Samsung are probably class leaders in picture processing nowadays and then probably LG. Both of the 2 big Korean companies basically.
A true 10bit panel literally has a palette of about 1 billion colours compared to the 24 million of a 8bit panel but is much more expensive to manufacture and also must be matched to a high contrast panel with decent brightness to give genuine true HDR performance. So there are 3 big factors for proper HDR performance and a 10bit panel is only one of them.

Thank you, to the average consumer, is 10bit far better than dithering/frc?
jimbo001
What's the difference between hdr 8+2 and hdr 10?
Is the difference worth the price cost?

The +2 bit is FRC (frame rate control) which just flickers a pixel between 2 states to create a in-between colour so for example if you flickered red between value 7 and 8 of equal time it would be perceived by the eye as 7.5. So there is a layer of software that takes in a 10 bit image and then with a 8 bit panel emulates a 10 bit panel by flickering between the 2 states for some pixels. My tv has a LG 8bit+FRC panel but don't think its implemented in software at all because the same TV chassis is also supporting other 8bit panels. I use mine in mainly gaming mode so most of that sort of picture processing is switched off anyway to reduce input lag. Dithering is also used in picture processing software to emulate a 10bit panel simply by creating a group of alternating light/dark pixels where in the original 10bit image an intermediate colour was used that the 8bit panel can't generate and any 8bit panel can do that.

Samsung are probably class leaders in picture processing nowadays and then probably LG. Both of the 2 big Korean companies basically.

A true 10bit panel literally has a palette of about 1 billion colours compared to the 24 million of a 8bit panel but is much more expensive to manufacture and also must be matched to a high contrast panel with decent brightness to give genuine true HDR performance. So there are 3 big factors for proper HDR performance and a 10bit panel is only one of them.

Edited By: bonzobanana on Dec 30, 2016 14:39
What's the difference between hdr 8+2 and hdr 10?

Is the difference worth the price cost?
Roomey
magnus1983
razvanbatea
KS7000 is better than this? anyone has an idea?
KS7000 is true 10 bit and not 8+2 but reports of motion blur on the KS7000.

any idea what to go for? Heard major issues with this..

Was thinking Panasonic..


Always worth checking out the Panasonic eBay store as they often have cracking deals on refurb tvs
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Sony KD55XD9305BU 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D TV & HDMI Cable £1,299.99 @ Costco

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Appears to be part of Costco Cyber Monday's online deals and is delivered free. It looks to be £100 dearer everywhere else. Specifications Package: Yes - HDMI Annual Power Consumpti…
Appears to be part of Costco Cyber Monday's online deals and is delivered free. It looks to be £100 dearer everywhere else. Specifications Package: Yes - HDMI Annual Power Consumpti…
pengbo72 Avatar4m, 1h agoFound 4 months, 1 hour ago7 Comments
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Hahaha yes the free cable does it for me
had mine a month love it
robert260574
had this tv for over 2 months now and hate it .. not worth anything over a £1000 .. smart tv it's not


What do you hate about it?
had this tv for over 2 months now and hate it .. not worth anything over a £1000 .. smart tv it's not
markianedwards
Wasn't interested but the included HDMI cable swings it for me.

what they don't tell you is that it's only 3 inches long
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Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU 65-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now @ Amazon for £1,149.00

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*** Cheapest price for a Sony Bravia 4K Android UHD smart TV with HDR *** ANDROID TV - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your sm…
*** Cheapest price for a Sony Bravia 4K Android UHD smart TV with HDR *** ANDROID TV - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your sm…
Voyager Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago16 Comments
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excellent!! cheers!!
GiggleStool
Is this an 8 Bit panel or 10 Bit?


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Is this an 8 Bit panel or 10 Bit?
Do they still make freesat tvs?
MrFlux001
Doesn't appear to be true HDR as it's an 8 bit panel and only 350 nits. Worrying I can't find any input lag scores which makes me think the latency must be mediocre to poor. Solid TV though if you aren't interested in HDR gaming.
Hdr is a must nkw as all ps4 supports it
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Sony Bravia KD49XD8088 49" Black Smart TV - £629.99 @ Amazon (lightning deal)

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been watching for a while, best price I've seen so far! lightning deal!
been watching for a while, best price I've seen so far! lightning deal!
skeptic Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago6 Comments
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yes very
Is the tv any good tho?
jouster
Nothing like a super lazy post and a poorly investigated one at that.


​ Or a needlessly nasty comment from a knob...
oh that's possibly better...
Nothing like a super lazy post and a poorly investigated one at that.
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SONY BRAVIA KD65XD8599BU Smart 4k Ultra HD 65" LED TV - After Code + Quidco £75 @ Currys £1,364.00

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This seems like a great deal for a 65 4K LED TV with 5 year guaranted! Current price is £1539 so if you use the £100 off code which then takes the price to £1469. £100 Off Code: 100TV Quidc…
This seems like a great deal for a 65 4K LED TV with 5 year guaranted! Current price is £1539 so if you use the £100 off code which then takes the price to £1469. £100 Off Code: 100TV Quidc…
waqar786 Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Don't you mean £1394 including cashback?
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Sony Bravia KD43XD8088 43-Inch Android 4K HDR (10-bit) Ultra HD Smart TV £559.55 @ Tesco

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This is 4k and 10-bit. It also has great reviews across multiple sites. Price Spy has the average price at £650. More details here: http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?pu=3857163 I don't think yo…
This is 4k and 10-bit. It also has great reviews across multiple sites. Price Spy has the average price at £650. More details here: http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?pu=3857163 I don't think yo…
Tm93 Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago10 Comments
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From rtings.com trusted review site.
Update 09/08/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the Sony X800D does in fact have an 10 bit panel.

It needs to be said that on the same review it is clear that this set has a peak brightness of 375 cd/m2 and no local dimming this means HDR will be underwhelming at best and makes the 10 or 8 bit arguement arbitrary.
It may be 10-bit but the colour gamut is poor, so it might as well be 8-bit to be honest.
From rtings.com trusted review site.

Update 09/08/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the Sony X800D does in fact have an 10 bit panel.
N1Andy
What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but happy to be proven wong.
It's by no means 100%, but http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/a20c636 says it's 8 bit and I'm inclined to believe them.

Also confirmed by Argos Staff here: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5287402
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design @JL , @ Richer Sounds £799.00

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seems to be a good price with 6 Yr or 5 yr warranty Product information Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushering in eye-popping 4K HDR,
seems to be a good price with 6 Yr or 5 yr warranty Product information Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushering in eye-popping 4K HDR,
RajUK Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago23 Comments
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EmperorRosko
pay a little extra and get the Hisense 55M7000. this Sony does not have a 10bit panel, so the HDR is non existent.


Sorry to be rude, but you have no idea how 10bit/HDR work. HDR pulls out the shadows, hi-lights, etc to give the image a greater depth of colours and range. 10bit bit on the other hand does not increase the hi and low range at all, it add more steps of colour between the already existing shades of colour, nothing to do with increased range! Say you have a image of a blue sky, the 10bit panel will have a smoother blue gradient as it has more steps of colour. Only professional grade monitors with hi-res images really need a 10bit panel, you will never notice the difference on a tv when watching freeview/internet streaming. Adding 10bit to TVs in mainly marketing.
My one arrived today. It's great and a lot better than the Philips box I sent back last month. Android TV and the remote are responsive and even standard def looks passable.
excellent!! cheers!!
TheLadd
jaydeeuk1
ag8
is this better than the Samsung ks7000? no idea what to buy haha. anyone know of there is a 50 inch version of this?
I'd say the 7000 is better, meets UHD premium whereas this wouldn't.
This and other Sony's do meet UHD certification, Sony has for some reason to choose NOT to use that branding and go with their own.

Wouldn't meet UHD Premium, peak brightness isn't high enough, you'll need to go for their top end range to get that.


Its still a great set and if my max budget was £800 and I couldn't wait any longer it would be the one I choose, but the 7000 is better imo and not a lot more.
jaydeeuk1
ag8
is this better than the Samsung ks7000? no idea what to buy haha. anyone know of there is a 50 inch version of this?
I'd say the 7000 is better, meets UHD premium whereas this wouldn't.

This and other Sony's do meet UHD certification, Sony has for some reason to choose NOT to use that branding and go with their own.
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Sony Bravia 43XD8088BU £529.00 using code CE30 @ CurrysPcworld

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Sony Bravia 43XD8088BU FOR £529 using code ce30 @ currys
Sony Bravia 43XD8088BU FOR £529 using code ce30 @ currys
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