Prime Day Deal: Sony Bravia KDL49WE663 (49-Inch) Premium Full HD HDR TV (X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Display) - Black (2017 Model) £479 @ Amazon
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Prime Day Deal: Sony Bravia KDL49WE663 (49-Inch) Premium Full HD HDR TV (X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Display) - Black (2017 Model) £479 @ Amazon

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Found 10th Jul 2017

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The Sony BRAVIA WE6 is a Full HD* smart TV with a slim profile, High Dynamic Range technology and a powerful image processor that helps you get the most out of everything you watch. Experience incredible contrast and real-life colors thanks to High Dynamic Range. Details that can be lost in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture are preserved, giving a much more dynamic look. Whether it's a dramatic sunset in a movie or a high-octane scene in your favorite video game, HDR will bring you closer to reality. This sense of realism is further improved by our X-Reality Pro engine, which enhances the pixels on-screen for far better clarity and detail. Connect to the internet and enjoy video-on-demand from apps like YouTube, Netflix and more - there's even a dedicated YouTube button on the TV remote so you can quickly and easily access entertaining content from your favorite YouTube channels. You can also use the built-in web browser to visit your favorite websites, plus there's plenty of other apps available for you to enjoy on the TV - simply search and download using the remote control. The Sony Brava WE6 is a Full HD TV with fantastic HDR picture, stunning clarity thanks to X-Reality PRO and a whole host of smart features, for a brilliant HDR Smart TV. All wrapped up in a sleek, slim package. *32" is HD Ready ** Compatible with all HDR PS4 Game titles via HDMI and HDR videos of built-in Netflix app only. See Sony support website for more information.
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Sony Bravia KDL49WE753 49-inch Full HD Smart TV
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£150 saving over regular price just before Prime Day started.
this or the LG equivalent which is the same price? amazon.co.uk/LG-…TF8
What's the difference between this and a 4K TV? Still trying to understand the lingo.
Hot deal, but only has 2 HDMI ports
scnickr

What's the difference between this and a 4K TV? Still trying to … What's the difference between this and a 4K TV? Still trying to understand the lingo.



this one is 1080p FULL HD whilst the other is 4K hotukdeals.com/dea…110 - more detailed images
scnickr

What's the difference between this and a 4K TV? Still trying to … What's the difference between this and a 4K TV? Still trying to understand the lingo.



4K has four times the resolution but at this size until you sit extremely close you wouldn't be able to see the difference
hobsgrg

4K has four times the resolution but at this size until you sit extremely … 4K has four times the resolution but at this size until you sit extremely close you wouldn't be able to see the difference


But only when 4K material is unputted. For normal HD - 1080i or 720p this will upscale better than a 4K set. So the question is how much 4K programmes are you watching/ will be watching?
Jaybeam

But only when 4K material is unputted. For normal HD - 1080i or 720p this … But only when 4K material is unputted. For normal HD - 1080i or 720p this will upscale better than a 4K set. So the question is how much 4K programmes are you watching/ will be watching?



Actually 720p scales better on a 4K TV set because it it is exactly three times 720p in both directions and 1080i/p is exactly double in both directions on 4K so scales equally well for that.
Expired - price now £629
hobsgrg

4K has four times the resolution but at this size until you sit extremely … 4K has four times the resolution but at this size until you sit extremely close you wouldn't be able to see the difference


Sorry this is incorrect. I have a 49" 1080p bravia from a year back, and I got my dad to grab the 4k model bravia in the same size for just a bit more when he was looking -- suffice to say the 4k TV blows mine away with any 4k content. Especially for gaming etc where the content is more prevalent the difference is massive and you certainly don't need to be sat up close to tell.
still available 23.35
ZeroBlitz

Sorry this is incorrect. I have a 49" 1080p bravia from a year back, and … Sorry this is incorrect. I have a 49" 1080p bravia from a year back, and I got my dad to grab the 4k model bravia in the same size for just a bit more when he was looking -- suffice to say the 4k TV blows mine away with any 4k content. Especially for gaming etc where the content is more prevalent the difference is massive and you certainly don't need to be sat up close to tell.



I have a 50" Samsung 4K TV and a PS4 Pro. I don't see a massive difference like there was between standard definition and high definition. I do see a massive difference between BT Sport at HD and 4K, the 4K is stunning but BT Sport at HD seems particularly poor. With Netflix I can't tell if it is HD or 4K.
hobsgrg

I have a 50" Samsung 4K TV and a PS4 Pro. I don't see a massive … I have a 50" Samsung 4K TV and a PS4 Pro. I don't see a massive difference like there was between standard definition and high definition. I do see a massive difference between BT Sport at HD and 4K, the 4K is stunning but BT Sport at HD seems particularly poor. With Netflix I can't tell if it is HD or 4K.



I'm talking PC gaming mate. There's only so many developers that are going to really make use of the PS4 Pro properly and even the best devs (like with Horizon Zero Dawn) are still a ways off the intricate details that a high-end PC can push out. I've seen a few shows on Amazon Prime that look really sharp and detailed in 4k, but obviously the difference is bound to be more for UHD blu-rays as at the end of the day it's all compressed with streaming and digital downloads

The difference isn't as big as SD was to HD but it does pretty much remove that last barrier that keeps things from seeming quite as detailed as real life. On a 1-10 scale of perceived detail I'd say SD is a 4, 720p a 7, 1080p an 8, and 4k a 10. Meaning as detailed as it's going to get with the exception of virtual and augmented reality (with vr glasses we'll probably go to 8k and then 16k), and perhaps 70"+ screens.
Just noticed this is back on today so unexpiring.
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