Sony Bravia 49" 49XD8077/8099 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV £699 @ John Lewis
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Sony Bravia 49" 49XD8077/8099 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV £699 @ John Lewis

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Found 7th Mar 2017
Looks like a good 49" 4K Sony for the price, not sure if it's full 10bit HDR but I'm sure someone here will state it. Also comes with 5 years guarantee as standard with John Lewis.
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£639 at simply electricals
zzak

£639 at simply electricals



​With 5 year warranty?
£669 with 6 years at richer sounds
What's the HDR like on this? Full 10bit?
zulm

£669 with 6 years at richer sounds


£699 and in-store only
Shakeyyy

​With 5 year warranty?



No but John Lewis should price match.
pavel76

£699 and in-store only


stand corrected, i was eye balling the smaller size
this was under £600 around boxing day
£629.10 with code TV10 ARGOS
discoman2016

£629.10 with code TV10 ARGOS



​Do you think JL will price match Argos discounted price? Really would like the extended warranty
Shakeyyy

What's the HDR like on this? Full 10bit?



​its started!
Thought these would have come down in price..
Was looking at them at £650 around November time
good find op, heat added
I have 808bu model. It is not 10 bit works with ps4 pro or xbox s, only Toshiba 902, Samsung and LG high ends model are 10 bits
Shakeyyy

​Do you think JL will price match Argos discounted price? Really would l … ​Do you think JL will price match Argos discounted price? Really would like the extended warranty



​Don't think they match other retailers if you've used a discount code to get the lower price.
Shakeyyy

What's the HDR like on this? Full 10bit?



It's a £700 TV. If you want Full HDR then you need to at least spend twice this on a DX902 at £1400-1700.

In HDR terms this is a wide gamut TV with no local dimming ability. It's fully capable of handling 10-bit signals and has FRC so there's very little banding.
So it is 10 bit but doesn't quite get the UHD Premium stamp.
why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.
woolymammoth8606

why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow … why does every TV thread end up talking about bits, people are so narrow minded to what makes a good picture. it all depends on what sources you are going to watch it from first and then which TV produces the best tv for that source.



To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.
budgio

So it is 10 bit but doesn't quite get the UHD Premium stamp.



No and not even close to Premium standard.
cheapskate25

To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're … To get the best from the best sources, say UHD BD for example, you're going to want a television that has a decent wider colour gamut, peak brightness and colour bit depth.



​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.
woolymammoth8606

​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably o … ​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.



​Well I know lot of people that are looking for HDR 4K TV's are looking to both make sure it's HDR output is true for the likes of PS4 Pro/XBoxSlim - as well as Netflix and future proofing for the next 5 years. There's nothing worse than paying through the nose for a "HDR" TV and it turns out it's only capable of reading HDR signals, not displaying them
woolymammoth8606

​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably o … ​i agree but people go on about bits and HDR premium when their probably only going to use the TV at SD 720p or at best HD 1080p.



"​Standard definition" isn't 720p oO
Rhythmeister

"​Standard definition" isn't 720p oO



​You know what he meant.
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