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Sony KD55XG8196BU 4K smart android tv £599 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Sony KD55XG8196BU 4K smart android tv £599 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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You should put the model number in the title and description
That's a top price when you factor in the 5 yr warranty
I got John Lewis to price match RGB direct on Christmas Day £499 so it looks like the price could be coming down in the near future.
Please review the model let me know what you think as I am prepared to wait for January sale
kkkhot27/12/2019 23:18

Please review the model let me know what you think as I am prepared to …Please review the model let me know what you think as I am prepared to wait for January sale


Don't think there is a January sale anymore, it's black Friday and them Xmas, boxing day
Now if only there was a 55" OLED with 5 year warranty for this price I would be sold. For now I'll make do with my old 42" Sony 1080p
kkkhot27/12/2019 23:18

Please review the model let me know what you think as I am prepared to …Please review the model let me know what you think as I am prepared to wait for January sale


I have the 43 inch version of this, use for bedroom TV very impressed, main positives, image quality very good, clear sharp and detailed picture, colours are more natural when compared to Samsung tvs, android tv fast and responsive. I also have xf9005 for reference to compare.
Thanks Bavy I wanted to buy LG 55 7400 for £400 but then decided to spend £500 the above tv but now offer is expired and it’s gone to £600 and I don’t want to spend extra £200 for Sony. So I might just get LG
MacPhisto28/12/2019 09:39

Now if only there was a 55" OLED with 5 year warranty for this price I …Now if only there was a 55" OLED with 5 year warranty for this price I would be sold. For now I'll make do with my old 42" Sony 1080p


Lol I am sure you will get Oled for same price next year this time
hiflisi27/12/2019 22:06

I got John Lewis to price match RGB direct on Christmas Day £499 so it …I got John Lewis to price match RGB direct on Christmas Day £499 so it looks like the price could be coming down in the near future.


I missed it
kkkhot28/12/2019 10:16

Lol I am sure you will get Oled for same price next year this time


Probably not
kkkhot28/12/2019 10:16

Lol I am sure you will get Oled for same price next year this time


Yeah I know, just dreaming
MacPhisto28/12/2019 09:39

Now if only there was a 55" OLED with 5 year warranty for this price I …Now if only there was a 55" OLED with 5 year warranty for this price I would be sold. For now I'll make do with my old 42" Sony 1080p


You can get the bog standard 55" B9 with 6 year warranty from Richer Sounds for a smidge over a grand if you're that hellbent to snare an OLED on a budget
SpeakEnglish28/12/2019 11:07

You can get the bog standard 55" B9 with 6 year warranty from Richer …You can get the bog standard 55" B9 with 6 year warranty from Richer Sounds for a smidge over a grand if you're that hellbent to snare an OLED on a budget



I like how you call the B9 bog standard. I like that a lot.
On lower models processors are inadequate
rev628/12/2019 12:19

I like how you call the B9 bog standard. I like that a lot.


It's hardly got the spec of the GZ2000 nor is it equal to the C9 upwards if you want to keep it in the LG stable, the B9 hasn't got the Alpha chip inside it so I'll stick by my bog standard comment.

I'm sorry if that offends you but it is the cheapest LG and possibly the cheapest OLED full stop for a reason, it is what it is.
SpeakEnglish28/12/2019 17:59

It's hardly got the spec of the GZ2000 nor is it equal to the C9 upwards …It's hardly got the spec of the GZ2000 nor is it equal to the C9 upwards if you want to keep it in the LG stable, the B9 hasn't got the Alpha chip inside it so I'll stick by my bog standard comment. I'm sorry if that offends you but it is the cheapest LG and possibly the cheapest OLED full stop for a reason, it is what it is.


Check HiSense and Philips.
rev628/12/2019 20:02

Check HiSense and Philips.


As someone who buys upper midrange to flagship models I don't keep tabs on the entry level market, hence I said possibly.
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