CO-OP Electrical Sony Bravia 55XE8577 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD & Youview, Silver Free 5 year Guarantee £1,119.00 with code CTV80
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CO-OP Electrical Sony Bravia 55XE8577 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD & Youview, Silver Free 5 year Guarantee £1,119.00 with code CTV80

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Found 4th Jun 2017Edited by:"discoman2016"
Use code CTV80 to save £80 great tv £1399 everywhere else Be thrilled by the colour-rich contrast and breathtakingly realistic visuals of Sony's XE85. It combines the exceptional detail of 4K with the brilliant brightness and colour of HDR to give an amazingly lifelike picture. Depth of field is startling and motion is pin-sharp, driven by Sony's X1 4K HDR Processor engine. The brand's TRILUMINOS display ensures beautifully rich and realistic colours, with incredibly smooth shading and texture rendering. Sony's suite of Smart features on the Android platform opens up a wealth of extraordinary online content, and its thin silver aluminium frame makes it a most elegant, premium addition to the modern home.\x0a\x0aGame-Changing HDR Premium\x0aSony are one of the forerunners of colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf HDR with a staggering 14-bit colour depth. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the XE85 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues. Super Bit Mapping™ technology delivers 64 times more levels of colour for beautifully smooth tone gradation. Beaming at the highest HDR level on-the-market, this model almost matches real-life, bringing you closer to your shows than ever before.\x0a\x0aRich, Ravishing 4K\x0aTo respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 55” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.\x0a\x0aUp-Scaling 4K X-Reality PRO\x0aEnhance everything you watch on your Sony Bravia TV with 4K X-Reality PRO and the X1 4K HDR processor. This engine boosts the picture quality of everything from dazzling 1080p Blu-ray Disc™ movies to low-resolution Web video to 4K. After analysing each pixel and comparing patterns, the system restores detail lost in compression and transmission. The system also reduces noise and reproduces optimum contrast, colour and sharpness. The result is that you experience stunning 4K picture quality with better clarity, for anything you watch.\x0a\x0a\x0a\x0a\x0a
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Been researching 55" TVs for weeks now.
Best price but there's better sets out there...

OUR VERDICT
Android TV continues to frustrate, and there’s a backlight clouding price to pay for the TV’s high brightness levels. That said, the 55XE9305 nonetheless improves on Sony’s 2016’s Slim Backlight Drive models in every way, delivering in the process some of the most spectacular pictures ever seen on a TV in 2017.

FOR
Blisteringly bright HDR images
Stunningly rich colours
Much-improved sound quality
Superb HD upscaling
AGAINST
Blooming around bright objects
Android TV is cumbersome
Runs sluggishly at times
Very limited viewing angle
Should consider a LG OLED if there still available for around the £1350/1400 (New) in past few weeks or used 'Grade A' £1269.00
Flat:
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Curved:
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Edited by: "AJ92" 4th Jun 2017
If the product is the cheapest available but there are better options for the same price bracket surely that doesn't make for a good 'deal'.

Who are you calling an idiot?

Edit: I also see you deleted the comments questioning my opinion, critising my post history and demanding better examples.
Edited by: "Bigdiv" 4th Jun 2017
​I swapped the B for the C and think it's slightly better because of the processor and amazing 3d. Curve looks good as well imo.
Ohhhh! You've posted more TV deals than me...

I posted the review to HELP OTHER MEMBERS. Wouldn't want them spending so much on an inferiour product.
Anyway -158° says it all
Edited by: "Bigdiv" 4th Jun 2017
collectorcol

If the product is the cheapest available but there are better options for … If the product is the cheapest available but there are better options for the same price bracket surely that doesn't make for a good 'deal'.Who are you calling an idiot?Edit: I also see you deleted the comments questioning my opinion, critising my post history and demanding better examples.



I simply typed "out of stock" on one of discoman2016's previous tv deals (because it was) - and he responded by trawling through all of my previous (and ancient) deals "expiring" them!

I'm not surprised he got upset with you - seems like a very childish person who reacts poorly to anyone who doesn't big up his deals.
collectorcol

If the product is the cheapest available but there are better options for … If the product is the cheapest available but there are better options for the same price bracket surely that doesn't make for a good 'deal'.Who are you calling an idiot?Edit: I also see you deleted the comments questioning my opinion, critising my post history and demanding better examples.



Aren't you well known for deleting YOUR past post's Col?
Costco is selling this for £1056
sion2210 m ago

Costco is selling this for £1056


link please
oh no it just gone up £100 pounds but still £180 cheaper than john lewis! and currys! rather than £280! cheaper when i posted? shame

Edited by: "discoman2016" 7th Jun 2017
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