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Refurbished Sony BRAVIA KD65AF8 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV YouView, 1 Year Warranty £1052.10 with code @ Richersounds
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Refurbished Sony BRAVIA KD65AF8 65 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV YouView, 1 Year Warranty £1052.10 with code @ Richersounds

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Posted 11th Oct
The reference standard for picture brilliance – OLED
Backlighting technology is a thing of the past with OLED. Instead of using various arrays of LEDs to light an LCD display, OLED uses over eight million self-illuminating pixels for sensational image quality. With self-illuminating pixels, you get outstanding contrast. Blacks are far deeper than LED displays and corresponding whites much brighter. For the ultimate in realism, OLED is where it’s at.

Sony X1 Extreme processor to maximise the OELD benefit
Sony's highly rated X1 Extreme processor has an impressive 40% more real-time processing than the already high-performing X1. What's more, this processor is smart enough the know the difference between a 4K UHD Blu-ray, Netflix 4K and USB streaming, to deliver the best possible image quality, whatever the source.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
Dolby Vision optimises the HDR format to give quite simply the sharpest, most accurate images possible. Dolby vision-equipped TVs decode both generic HDR content and content that's specifically been encoded in Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content. (Available via a future firmware update).

HDR10 and HLG
As well as Dolby Vision, this 65" Sony OLED TV also offers decoding for HDR10 and HLG. HDR10 is widely used on UHD gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.
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Oh god. Don't think I could drop a grand on a refurb with only 12 months guarantee myself.

Price is great though if you're brave enough.
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Alexa/Google compatible?
That many TV deals these days... Can't decide if this is actually any good.
Cracking deal
Scorching deal, even interest free credit of you want it!!
Oh god. Don't think I could drop a grand on a refurb with only 12 months guarantee myself.

Price is great though if you're brave enough.
So tempted
If it was factory refurb I would do it .....
So tempting but there are quite a few OLED deals around this price at the mo. I mean is it the ONE to go for?
Saw a Panasonic in John Lewis last week with HCX? processing. Looked pretty good however that was another £700 IN JL
8k is around the corner- yes 4k content was just becoming available.
Handy Burn-in checker to test for issues within return period.

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hr0811/10/2019 18:37

8k is around the corner- yes 4k content was just becoming available.


Are you arguing with yourself or trying to make some point?!
tempt11/10/2019 19:06

Handy Burn-in checker to test for issues within return …Handy Burn-in checker to test for issues within return period.https://www.engadget.com/2019/10/11/samsung-oled-burn-in-checker-video/


God Samsung are like some bitter ex girlfriend.

Develop on oled screen and give up the propaganda campaign.
1 year warranty... Not for me
I have to admit... I came very close. But yeah, I can't drop a grand on something with one year warranty.
mikebo111/10/2019 19:07

Are you arguing with yourself or trying to make some point?!


I cant convince my self to buy ANOTHER 4k tv anymore when 8k s are out. 4K will become obsolete just like DVDs. However, 4k is just begining. The argument is 8k content will become available WHEN there is hardware for it.

Shouldn't it be the otherway round, have the software followed by hardware, studios are struggling to shoot in 4k let alone 8k for now.

By the time 4k gear takes off, time to go to 8k, not sure if studios can keep up with the manufacturers.
hr0811/10/2019 19:31

I cant convince my self to buy ANOTHER 4k tv anymore when 8k s are out. …I cant convince my self to buy ANOTHER 4k tv anymore when 8k s are out. 4K will become obsolete just like DVDs. However, 4k is just begining. The argument is 8k content will become available WHEN there is hardware for it.Shouldn't it be the otherway round, have the software followed by hardware, studios are struggling to shoot in 4k let alone 8k for now. By the time 4k gear takes off, time to go to 8k, not sure if studios can keep up with the manufacturers.


You still seem to be arguing both points.

The resolution is dependent on screen size. If you are happy with the screen size. Going to 8k would have no visual difference to a human.

Also broadcasting in 8k is decades away
At this price one year warranty is less.
mikebo111/10/2019 19:33

You still seem to be arguing both points.The resolution is dependent on …You still seem to be arguing both points.The resolution is dependent on screen size. If you are happy with the screen size. Going to 8k would have no visual difference to a human.Also broadcasting in 8k is decades away


Still 4K can be upscaled to an 8K picture and look way better than 4K. As it is, you would need to sit very close to a 4K TV to see any benefit of the higher resolution screen, compared to 1080P. There are many examples of optimal viewing distances online. Also the reason I rather bought a very good 1080P TV a couple of years ago over 4K.
Thing is 8k TVs will be the norm in a couple of years I wouldn't want to spend 1k on a 4k tv if that's the case
daydreamer0111/10/2019 20:26

Still 4K can be upscaled to an 8K picture and look way better than 4K. As …Still 4K can be upscaled to an 8K picture and look way better than 4K. As it is, you would need to sit very close to a 4K TV to see any benefit of the higher resolution screen, compared to 1080P. There are many examples of optimal viewing distances online. Also the reason I rather bought a very good 1080P TV a couple of years ago over 4K.


OK I'm being trolled! Well played!
sparkespress11/10/2019 20:28

Thing is 8k TVs will be the norm in a couple of years I wouldn't want to …Thing is 8k TVs will be the norm in a couple of years I wouldn't want to spend 1k on a 4k tv if that's the case


Holy sh*t thats a great price
Good price but personally I think once you're into October you may as well wait another month for the Black Friday / Cyber Monday sales.
Apparently picture on this isn’t as good as last years model and LG picture better. What I was actually told in richer sounds when they put the two next to each other. Still cracking deal though
Bought (paid by PayPal) kd65ag9 (brand new) for £2.2k delivered (3 working days) 2 weeks ago from Germany. Tried to publish deal on HUD but deal checker/admin not allowed to do so, said that company has not enough feedbacks?! Who is care? Covered by PayPal anyway (spoke to PayPal before purchase - they confirmed will cover everything). Can drop a link if any interested.
Fantastic TV without doubt. However, £1k for only 12 months warranty is concerning, especially since repair bills will be extortionate.

As for 4k vs 8k, I think 8k will just be skipped and as consumers we'll move onto what ever is next.
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