Lightning deal - TV Sony Bravia Android 4K HDR + Sony PlayStation 4 500GB / 49" for £699 / 55" for £749 / 65" for £1099 @ Amazon
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Lightning deal - TV Sony Bravia Android 4K HDR + Sony PlayStation 4 500GB / 49" for £699 / 55" for £749 / 65" for £1099 @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Feb
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 smartphone on the big screen
The clean and simple stand design adds class to any living space whilst hiding cables from view
A Stunning New Design : A slimmer and lighter console with stylish new looks and packed with true PlayStation 4 power.

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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!

that is a bloody good deal taking the ps4 into account

Slow and crashes alot. Avoid.

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!

gazerino

Anyone know what the HDR is like on these? I've read it's only 400 nits … 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!



Don't be a nit picker sorry always wanted to say that.

gazerino

Anyone know what the HDR is like on these? I've read it's only 400 nits … 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!


To qualify for Ultra HD Premium a TV needs to be HDR with 1000nits. That seems to be the benchmark. The entry level for that currently is the KS range from Samsung.

gazerino

Anyone know what the HDR is like on these? I've read it's only 400 nits … 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!



In one word hopeless it has no wide colour gamut and on top of that no dimming whatsoever why they add HDR to sets like this is beyond me.

Good deal on the 55". Cheaper than the tv on it's own plus you get a free ps4

For this price I'd be expecting the XD80

promithius

Shame its not a pro, seems a bit daft doing a 4k HDR set then putting the … 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 … 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.

bloooo

For this price I'd be expecting the XD80



Even with the ps4 included?

Sony TV's get marshmallow today
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