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Sony 75" 3D LED TV with NFC & Android TV Black - KDL75W855CBU £2186 @ Thurgo
Sony 75" 3D LED TV with NFC & Android TV Black - KDL75W855CBU £2186 @ Thurgo

Sony 75" 3D LED TV with NFC & Android TV Black - KDL75W855CBU £2186 @ Thurgo

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£2,499 @ Richer Sounds & John Lewis. But Hopefully they should price match. This is an Amazing price for a 75" LED TV

Sony 75" 3D LED TV with NFC & Android TV Black - KDL75W855CBU

Add extra style to any living space with slim, elegant looks accentuated by a thin aluminium frame. Immerse yourself in class-topping Full HD picture quality with any content, plus effortless access to TV, apps, video, games and more.

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1080 across 75"? Bit of a stretch.

Heat added. I'm wondering which wall in the bathroom to put it on.

1080p on a 75 inch TV.....yay!

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tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV.....yay!



its for a big room where you sit far away. I have a 720p/1080i projector set at 150+ inch. It looks fine to me. And the experience is better when hooked up to cinema sound

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tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV.....yay!


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-bj24DR5b9UA/UHr4iYCbSVI/AAAAAAAAGVU/lkOH_k6kKSk/s1600/poltergeist%2B1.png

Damn really wanted a 78"

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tempt

1080p on a 75 inch TV.....yay!



Hahaha that is hilarious - made my day

hhaha... youd need a 4k really at that size.. unless your sitting across the street.. but if everythings is in HD you should be ok... i think i want one.. but my 60in is doing just fine for now...

Deal breaker,if only it was a 76"

Think I'll have to build an extension so I can sit far enough from the TV!

who can afford one of these really ?

montana78

its for a big room where you sit far away.



lucky neighbours

Ultimately owning this is purely for the bragging rights, so you can tell people you own a 75 inch TV but tbh for this money I think people should really be thinking about the future and going 4k

Even at this size, 4K wouldn't provide a noticeably better picture if you're 3 meters or more away from the screen. I have a 55 inch that I sit 3.1m away from - but I don't think I could convince the wife that I should get this.

secretspartan1

Ultimately owning this is purely for the bragging rights, so you can tell … Ultimately owning this is purely for the bragging rights, so you can tell people you own a 75 inch TV but tbh for this money I think people should really be thinking about the future and going 4k



Not necessarily. It could be for a (smallish) cinema room. Personally I would go for a projector, but some prefer the instant on/off and daytime viewing that a TV gives you.

topss

Not necessarily. It could be for a (smallish) cinema room. Personally I … Not necessarily. It could be for a (smallish) cinema room. Personally I would go for a projector, but some prefer the instant on/off and daytime viewing that a TV gives you.



The voice of reason!

75'' TV???? OMG I NEED 4-5 FOR ALL THE ROOMS I DONT SPEND ANY TIME IN

kiwi12

who can afford one of these really ?


Umm, lots of people.

Seems like a misprice.never heard of Thurgo but a price match would be the way to go.

This has high St stores so a price match with John Lewis should be fine and you'll get the 5yr warranty included in the price match. Would love this size TV but my next will be 4K, and at that size it'll be out of my price range unfortunately

kiwi12

who can afford one of these really ?



The question isn't who can afford one - most people can probably comfortably afford this.

The question is, who is silly enough to spend &
£2000 on a TV? Would much prefer to buy a £1k badass 4K monitor and hook it up to my rig. Then it's a TV, games console, photo frame and bragging right.

Ordered for the kids playroom.

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Edited by: "mivanpy" 27th Jun 2015

delboyd

The question isn't who can afford one - most people can probably … The question isn't who can afford one - most people can probably comfortably afford this. The question is, who is silly enough to spend &£2000 on a TV? Would much prefer to buy a £1k badass 4K monitor and hook it up to my rig. Then it's a TV, games console, photo frame and bragging right.



So people who can easily afford to spend £2000 on a TV are silly? Not really. I'm sure there are lots of people out there that wouldn't think £2000 is a lot of money. Its all relative.

Actually a great price but i cant be ars** cleaning it. But bet this tv performs really well. Gamesroom would be great for this .

topss

So people who can easily afford to spend £2000 on a TV are silly? Not … So people who can easily afford to spend £2000 on a TV are silly? Not really. I'm sure there are lots of people out there that wouldn't think £2000 is a lot of money. Its all relative.



2k isnt alot for a quality tv of this size . Id prefer to not have any scaling involved if poss. And the standard for consoles and tv at the moment is 1080 and will be for a couple of years yet at least . Look how long it took for 1080 to become standard. It all really depends on how the person wants to use it. But a pricematch on this from the retailers mentioned would make this a stonking deal. Imo.


Edited by: "mivanpy" 27th Jun 2015

mivanpy

Actually a great price but i cant be ars** cleaning it. But bet this tv … Actually a great price but i cant be ars** cleaning it. But bet this tv performs really well. Gamesroom would be great for this .


don't watch porn on it then

dataload

don't watch porn on it then



Id have to have a todger like a firehose from the distance to this.

My tv gets like jamie olivers been shouting at the screen.

montana78

its for a big room where you sit far away. I have a 720p/1080i projector … its for a big room where you sit far away. I have a 720p/1080i projector set at 150+ inch. It looks fine to me. And the experience is better when hooked up to cinema sound


Projector Technology, & Television Technology are 2 very different 'Animals'?.
Like Comparing an LED TV to a Plasma one? .. the 'end result' may look mirror-image perfect to an un-trained eye, but looking at either 'depth' &/or 'clarity' of field is concerned?, & .....
Depite being even a closer 'like for like' than a Projector & TV are, the LED & Plasma are not the same 'Animals' either? lol. :-)

Anyone .. can this £2000+ TV make my Bed too please?, just a thought ..... hehehehehe lol. :-)

Didn't vote but for this price you can get a top end 2014 model 4k tv 65" so why would you spend a similar amount for a 1080p tv?
The other member who noted down they'd rather spend £1k on an amazing 4k tv, my response would be where can you get this high end 60"+ screen 4k tv for sub £1k. Should try to compare something equivalent to this which is what I was trying to do, a 65" 4k tv would look amazing compared to this 75" model
Especially as the 4k model in question was one of the top 4k picks of 2014

kas786

Didn't vote but for this price you can get a top end 2014 model 4k tv 65" … Didn't vote but for this price you can get a top end 2014 model 4k tv 65" so why would you spend a similar amount for a 1080p tv?The other member who noted down they'd rather spend £1k on an amazing 4k tv, my response would be where can you get this high end 60"+ screen 4k tv for sub £1k. Should try to compare something equivalent to this which is what I was trying to do, a 65" 4k tv would look amazing compared to this 75" modelEspecially as the 4k model in question was one of the top 4k picks of 2014



Why?

Over 30% extra screen size for a start.

Upscaled 1080p content on a 4k screen doesn't have any extra detail, its just upscaled, and depending on the TVs capabilities, it may well introduce some unwanted digital processing.

Plus what 4k content is actually out there? Most people are watching Freeview/HD and Sky HD. And there is still some debate to how good Netflix 4k actually is.

Then the most important thing to consider is viewing distance. So many people will buy into all the latest new tech, yet never set it up correctly to realise any benefit.

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kbinternational

Umm, lots of people.



My sister paid 1500 for a 29 inch toshiba crt tv when they came out. Back then they were top of the range.. with prologic speakers.

nice need one for my bathroom

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shu123

nice need one for my bathroom



Where the mirror used to be? I was thinking the same
http://bathroomdesign-ideas.com/wp-content/uploads/Luxury-bathroom-with-large-wooden-frame-mirror.jpg

Ordered 4 to match each wall.

montana78

My sister paid 1500 for a 29 inch toshiba crt tv when they came out. Back … My sister paid 1500 for a 29 inch toshiba crt tv when they came out. Back then they were top of the range.. with prologic speakers.


I paid 4k for a 42 inch first generation Hitachi plasma with a component input around 13 years ago.

I had a 65 SONY 4K sont but ended up returning it. The upscaling was excellent but 4K content is just not there. The astra uhd channel on freesat was the best picture ive seen, but just a demo on loop. 2014 models dont play youtube 4K through the app and Amazon and Netflix 4K streaming just didnt look as good after I watched the astra channel. I think once the 4K blurays hit then I may have another look at 4K, but I struggled to justify the price which was twice as much as a decent SONY 60 inch 1080p.

I agree 100% if there was 4k content out there like currently bluray discs then definitely 4k the way forward. If it's only the demo u could see in 4k what's the point and by the time content is available new technology will be out and 4k would become cheaper.

Thurgo have some good deals now and then. I haven't personally bought anything from them but I did have a Bose Soundlink 3 price matched by John Lewis for £202 as Thurgo have a store that is within a mile or two of a John Lewis store - apparently the competitor store needs to be within a certain distance from a John Lewis branch.
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