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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now + HT-CT390 Sound Bar & Subwoofer £999.95 @ John Lewis
Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now + HT-CT390 Sound Bar & Subwoofer £999.95 @ John Lewis

Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now + HT-CT390 Sound Bar & Subwoofer £999.95 @ John Lewis

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£699 for TV with 5 years guarantee only @costco local warehouse. saw it in Southampton weekend.
Edited by: "peggy79" 24th Oct 2016

How is this tv with sports? motion handling? backlight bleed?

peggy79

£699 for TV only @costco.


link?

Been posted before.......Richer Sounds do exactly the same but with 6 years warranty and a they were also doing 3% instore Quidco cashback as well potentially making it £969.

​I've got the 49" version and am a bit disappointed with it. Generally motion is pretty good, but for sports my set is poor. It has a pretty annoying case of DSE which really shows up when watching football. Also, even with all the motion handling effects tweaked each and every way, the ball moves in stages across the screen.

I've contacted the retailer about exchanging it, will try one more of these though. The rest of the TV is very good, the picture quality in general is excellent, just hampered by this DSE problem on mine.

bluesgun

​I've got the 49" version and am a bit disappointed with it. Generally m … ​I've got the 49" version and am a bit disappointed with it. Generally motion is pretty good, but for sports my set is poor. It has a pretty annoying case of DSE which really shows up when watching football. Also, even with all the motion handling effects tweaked each and every way, the ball moves in stages across the screen. I've contacted the retailer about exchanging it, will try one more of these though. The rest of the TV is very good, the picture quality in general is excellent, just hampered by this DSE problem on mine.



​why u need to spend big money ...on top end panasonic or lg oled

​I would mate, but there are other things in life than just sitting in front of a ridiculously expensive TV. I was hoping it'd be a reasonable set for 700 odd quid, which it would be if it didn't have the DSE problem.

peggy79

£699 for TV with 5 years guarantee only @costco local warehouse. saw it … £699 for TV with 5 years guarantee only @costco local warehouse. saw it in Southampton weekend.



Are you sure its the same model thouhg? I think th eone at COstco is the XD70

ashmac

​why u need to spend big money ...on top end panasonic or lg oled


Or a Plasma...:D

afroylnt

Or a Plasma...:D



​well yes ...which i have the st60 pansonic.if i want on oar motion or blacks and contrast il need to spend £2000+

afroylnt

Or a Plasma...:D



​well yes ...which i have the st60 pansonic.if i want on oar motion or blacks and contrast il need to spend £2000+

​just out of interest is it the TV that has trouble with motion handling or is it your BT/Sky/VM box? do you get the same issues with content playing direct from the TV, for example via NowTV app or built in receiver? I'm looking for a 4k for my man room to pair with my pspro when it's delivered and am looking at Sony tvs in particular. I have an older 32" 1080p Sony in the man room and a 47" 1080p 2013 LG in the living room and genuinely think theres less input lag on the older Sony when gaming.

Hi. It seems to be across all the inputs for sports. However, we use Freesat for main TV viewing and generally the motion handling is very good for programmes other than sports. I've not used the PS4 with it as yet, so not sure about that. I really like most things about the TV, but in all honesty, I couldn't recommend it at the moment to somebody else.
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