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Sony KD55XG9505BU full Array LED 4K Ultra HD TV 4K FREE 7 Year Warranty & free wall bracket £945 TPS UK
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Sony KD55XG9505BU full Array LED 4K Ultra HD TV 4K FREE 7 Year Warranty & free wall bracket £945 TPS UK

£945£9995%TPS UK Deals
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Posted 5th Dec 2019

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Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD TV
4K High Dynamic Range 4K HDR
Processor X1™ Extreme
X-tended Dynamic Range™ Pro TRILUMINOS™ Display
YouView embedded, Android TV™


Free extended 7 year warranty
Free wall bracket + fixing kit
Free Netflix for 6 months

You can save £30 if you click and collect, bringing it down to £915, which is by far the cheapest this TV can be found from anywhere else!


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Good price for a great TV
There is not a massive difference in this verses the xf9005 that is currently on for 724
Slightly better processor "x1 ultimate not the extreme listed on this post"
E arc would be the only thing worth upgrading for for me but at 25 percent more expensive I would opt for the xf9005
Edited by: "donotneed" 5th Dec 2019
donotneed05/12/2019 11:51

There is not a massive difference in this verses the xf9005 that is …There is not a massive difference in this verses the xf9005 that is currently on for 724Slightly better processor "x1 ultimate not the extreme listed on this post"E arc would be the only thing worth upgrading for for me but at 25 percent more expensive I would opt for the xf9005


There seems to be a big difference in peak brightness between the 2. The XG is upto 350 nits brighter. The XF whilst only a small difference, captures a bit more of the rec2020 colour spectrum
donotneed05/12/2019 11:51

There is not a massive difference in this verses the xf9005 that is …There is not a massive difference in this verses the xf9005 that is currently on for 724Slightly better processor "x1 ultimate not the extreme listed on this post"E arc would be the only thing worth upgrading for for me but at 25 percent more expensive I would opt for the xf9005


The main difference for me is Full Array Vs edge lit. Also, do you have a link to the £724 deal?
rtings.com/tv/…764

Going on this there is no logical reason to spend the extra 25%
Here4G8Deals05/12/2019 12:15

The main difference for me is Full Array Vs edge lit. Also, do you have a …The main difference for me is Full Array Vs edge lit. Also, do you have a link to the £724 deal?


Xf9 is full array, search the site
donotneed05/12/2019 12:29

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/sony-x900f-vs-sony-x950g/585/764 …https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/sony-x900f-vs-sony-x950g/585/764 Going on this there is no logical reason to spend the extra 25%


Thanks, appreciate that!
For anybody that's interested, I got John Lewis to price match the TPS price for both the 65" (KD65XG9505BU) and 75" (KD75XG9505BU). I went with the 65" in the end as I couldn't justify paying a grand more for an additional 10 inches of screen.
Here4G8Deals05/12/2019 12:15

The main difference for me is Full Array Vs edge lit. Also, do you have a …The main difference for me is Full Array Vs edge lit. Also, do you have a link to the £724 deal?


They have the xf9005 in Costco Birmingham for 720 of its any good to you with 5 year warranty
Bavy05/12/2019 13:15

They have the xf9005 in Costco Birmingham for 720 of its any good to you …They have the xf9005 in Costco Birmingham for 720 of its any good to you with 5 year warranty


Ok, thanks..
Smadmad05/12/2019 12:09

There seems to be a big difference in peak brightness between the 2. The …There seems to be a big difference in peak brightness between the 2. The XG is upto 350 nits brighter. The XF whilst only a small difference, captures a bit more of the rec2020 colour spectrum


It's nowhere near 350 nits brighter. The XG95 reaches around 1100 nits on a 10% window and 720 nits full field, versus 1000/680 on the XF90. Maybe you were looking at the XE90, which was notably dimmer.
I bought the XG95. Took me a while to decide but having the new Bluetooth remote, the X1 Ultimate processor was worth the extra cash. It’s not a lot more for having a newer more refined tv. But if you tend to change tv every couple of years, then by all means go for the XF. But I keep my tele for a minimum of 5 years so thought it was a worthy investment
Edited by: "whazzah" 5th Dec 2019
After looking at a couple of reviews and speaking to someone in Currys, I thought this was one of the best non OLED, Full Array TV at approx £800-£900. I think what did it for me (personally, anyway) was the strong reviews of the new X1 Ultimate processor. But after reading some of the comments on here, I'm starting to have doubts... For £915 is this not the best spec TV? I intend to keep it for an absolute minimum of 5 years. Any help from someone who knows quite a bit would be greatly appreciated!
I bought this TV recently and it's fantastic value. The black levels can't quite match an OLED but it's really not far off with the local dimming. I keep it set to low which means negligible blooming. The motion interpolation and upscaling are very impressive and the HDR can get extremely bright which gives things like sun rays a very realistic look (at least to an HDR noob like me!) Also it's very snappy to operate and I love the ability to install Android apps like Kodi directly on the TV. The built-in hardware decoder chip has handled every resolution and codec I've thrown at so far and 150Mb-ish WiFi is plenty to stream full bitrate 4K Blu-ray from an SMB share without any buffering whatsoever. However, I don't like the lack of USB HDD live TV recording if you choose to use the (superior) YouView interface instead of bog-standard Freeview though. Netflix comes with a pre-calibrated mode which looks very natural and serves as a good starting point for settings to copy to the custom cinema mode. And yes, Richer Sounds price beat and threw in a free wall mount which was nice of them!
Any thoughts on TPS....? Never heard of them personally. Would appreciate any advice considering their 7 Yr warranty, as opposed to Rs 6 Yr warranty???
Thanks
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