Sony 43WE753BU 43" smart tv 5 year warranty - £349.98 @ Costco
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Sony 43WE753BU 43" smart tv 5 year warranty - £349.98 @ Costco

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LocalFound 8th Mar
Just received an email with lots of deal on including this sony with 5 year warranty
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Sony 43we753bu
2017 model
1080p full HD TV

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If anyone is not in a hurry, wait until the 11th March and get another £15 off this item on line

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Full hd.... Normally means 1080p. Freezing. Good brand but would get hisense 4k for this price
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 8th Mar
jameshothothot6 m ago

Full hd.... Normally means 1080p. Freezing. Good brand but would get …Full hd.... Normally means 1080p. Freezing. Good brand but would get hisense 4k for this price


At hisense at that price can yes display 4k but will be inferior at displaying HD. HD is what a majority of people watch. It will do a ok job at display 4k but will have to upscale HD and at that price point won't be good.
How many people use 4K i have been searching high and low for a good 4K deal and i dont evan use it hahahah
jameshothothot53 m ago

Full hd.... Normally means 1080p. Freezing. Good brand but would get …Full hd.... Normally means 1080p. Freezing. Good brand but would get hisense 4k for this price


I heard this was possibly the best FHD TV of this size.
Can anyone tell me if this is pretty much the same as the 43xe8004 but lacking 4k?
I.e. Would they both display 1080p content at same quality, or is this tv better at 1080p than the 43xe8004?

I ask because if it's only lacking 4k (and indeed the FHD is better) then I am tempted to go for this instead and save at least £150 since my 4k experience will hardly be spectacular at this screen size.

Paging @EndlessWaves
A 43” TV will not get much benefit from UHD if you sit 8 feet away, it may look slightly clearer at first if you just concentrate on picture quality but that’s about it.

Also if you get it from Costco and it fails during the 5 year warranty you get the money back you paid for it, not some repair that may leave you feeling hard done by.
Uranus8th Mar

Can anyone tell me if this is pretty much the same as the 43xe8004 but …Can anyone tell me if this is pretty much the same as the 43xe8004 but lacking 4k?I.e. Would they both display 1080p content at same quality, or is this tv better at 1080p than the 43xe8004?I ask because if it's only lacking 4k (and indeed the FHD is better) then I am tempted to go for this instead and save at least £150 since my 4k experience will hardly be spectacular at this screen size.Paging @EndlessWaves


The LCDs are likely made in different production lines, maybe even by different companies, so they're unlikely to be the same. They'll certainly be compable though.
read the leaflet and like the sound of the bosch washer
EndlessWaves3 h, 43 m ago

The LCDs are likely made in different production lines, maybe even by …The LCDs are likely made in different production lines, maybe even by different companies, so they're unlikely to be the same. They'll certainly be compable though.


Thanks.
So do you reckon this FHD TV would be better for watching HD content than using a 4k TV for HD content?
43" ??? Wonder why they deviated from 42" ?
bitcoin58th Mar

If anyone is not in a hurry, wait until the 11th March and get another £15 …If anyone is not in a hurry, wait until the 11th March and get another £15 off this item on line [Image]


Don't believe this can be used in-store and the online price seems to be higher?
azif30 m ago

Don't believe this can be used in-store and the online price seems to be …Don't believe this can be used in-store and the online price seems to be higher?


Not too sure about the on line price, as the new costco website (( ironically! )) went live on Friday night, best wait until after the 11th march to see if the price changes to match the warehouse price, that will be live at midnight on the 12th, which is the day the costco flyer offers are valid from The voucher is only for the on line order, but I have had it a few times where a polite word with a red coat in the warehouses, means they process the extra bit off, not every time mind you!
Its showing at the correct price on the online site now - ordered for £335 with the SAVE15 code.

Had been umming about spending £750+ on a 49" 4K, but I think this will do me for now
EndlessWaves9th Mar

The LCDs are likely made in different production lines, maybe even by …The LCDs are likely made in different production lines, maybe even by different companies, so they're unlikely to be the same. They'll certainly be compable though.


Do you think this is better at ten feet distance than a 40" 4k Samsung?
I'm thinking at ten feet you may as well not have 4k on a 'small' TV.

So I'm pondering on which tv the overall picture quality will look better at ten feet. This TV or a 40" Samsung mu6400
I don't know if this Sony even has a VA panel?

@EndlessWaves
Uranus14th Mar

Do you think this is better at ten feet distance than a 40" 4k Samsung


That depends on which one. 4K, size and brand as well down the list of major picture quality influences. Are you talking about a current model?

I believe this is an IPS panel, almost all of the 43" ones around this year are.
EndlessWaves9 m ago

That depends on which one. 4K, size and brand as well down the list of …That depends on which one. 4K, size and brand as well down the list of major picture quality influences. Are you talking about a current model?I believe this is an IPS panel, almost all of the 43" ones around this year are.


Samsung 40mu6400
OOS
Edited by: "buglawton" 2nd Apr
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