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SONY BRAVIA KD49XH9196BU 49” Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £899.99 @ Currys PC World

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Been looking for a 4k Smart TV with HDMI 2.1 so as to be PS5 ready. This seems a decent price vs other options available.

Presume this is a Curry's model number, anyone know the generic product number?
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I'd be paying that much for an OLED tbf, seems a bit much for an LED
Are there any similar OLED TVs with HDMI 2.1 at this price point yet?
What is the point of HDMI 2.1 when the TV still maxes at 4k?
Philips 754 all day at this money. Lg b9 posted at this price too
I'd probably try to steer clear of OLED for console use...screen burn!
Mojomaster197905/06/2020 12:25

What is the point of HDMI 2.1 when the TV still maxes at 4k?


I understood there were other benefits besides resolution for next gen consoles?
leedslad_05/06/2020 12:22

Are there any similar OLED TVs with HDMI 2.1 at this price point yet?


RGB direct had an oled LG B9 for £920 this week.
I looked into this model as I couldn’t figure it out. The new bravia XH90 models from start at 55 inch so I contacted Sony and they said this and the 43 inch version are exclusive to curry’s and some other international retailers.

If I remember correctly they have 2.1 which is quite hard to find on smaller TVs. The benefit being 100hz at 4K amongst some other features further down the line. I couldn’t justify price since close to OLED territory but if you need a smaller set like I did this is probably one of the best TVs you can get
Some people like and need the smaller size TV’s and there are no OLED’s in this size even less good sets at 43 and no other with 100Hz, It’s not all about the size of the screen.

A case of never mind the quality feel the width.
leedslad_05/06/2020 12:22

Are there any similar OLED TVs with HDMI 2.1 at this price point yet?


LG B9 can be found for £100 more
Wickedwiz05/06/2020 14:12

I looked into this model as I couldn’t figure it out. The new bravia XH90 m …I looked into this model as I couldn’t figure it out. The new bravia XH90 models from start at 55 inch so I contacted Sony and they said this and the 43 inch version are exclusive to curry’s and some other international retailers.If I remember correctly they have 2.1 which is quite hard to find on smaller TVs. The benefit being 100hz at 4K amongst some other features further down the line. I couldn’t justify price since close to OLED territory but if you need a smaller set like I did this is probably one of the best TVs you can get


Looking on sonys website this seems based on the xh85, and for the hdmi 2.1 features thats just coming up with eARK not 4k@120..Might be worth confirming with sony. Its a shame its edge lit too..If it was FALD and deffo 4K@120 i would be ordering now.

I have the price match everyone is after for the c9 at john lewis, but for my usage i just cant risk burn in. Really hope the X900H will do the job.
Edited by: "Madstacks83" 6th Jun
Madstacks8306/06/2020 10:22

Looking on sonys website this seems based on the xh85, and for the hdmi …Looking on sonys website this seems based on the xh85, and for the hdmi 2.1 features thats just coming up with eARK not 4k@120..Might be worth confirming with sony. Its a shame its edge lit too..If it was FALD and deffo 4K@120 i would be ordering now.I have the price match everyone is after for the c9 at john lewis, but for my usage i just cant risk burn in. Really hope the X900H will do the job.

This 2020 model Sony 55in has HDMI 2.1 and FALD at £1599 but £1439 with 10% discount still alot of cash.


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dones anyone know how good this tv I'd compare to Samsung q90r
Mojomaster197905/06/2020 12:25

What is the point of HDMI 2.1 when the TV still maxes at 4k?


Double the frame rate.
SyedMusaGilani05/06/2020 12:04

I'd be paying that much for an OLED tbf, seems a bit much for an LED


Just a heads up, they did a side by side with a Samsung OLED and the Sony XH92 both priced at £1299 for the 55" versions and as much as there was an ever so slightly better handling of white bleeding into black on the Sammy, the Sony blew it out the water on colour sharpness and motion processing ability.

These Sony ones are massively underrated.
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