Sony Bravia 65 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black only £999 @ Amazon
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Sony Bravia 65 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black only £999 @ Amazon

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Review here: http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x750d

Seems a good price for the size and spec, the black levels would put me off though

No 'Playstation Now' on this.

Istanbul_Kop

No 'Playstation Now' on this.



Apparently that's being scrapped from TVs anyway?

dead4red69

Review here: http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x750dSeems a good price … Review here: http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x750dSeems a good price for the size and spec, the black levels would put me off though



I have this TV and the blacks were the first thing I noticed. When playing games or watching movies with only bits of black on the screen it's not that bad.

Playstation now??? Whats that "/

A grand and only 12 m warranty,

Can't do HDR as no local dimming, brightness not high enough, colour gamut too narrow.

Murtin

Can't do HDR as no local dimming, brightness not high enough, colour … Can't do HDR as no local dimming, brightness not high enough, colour gamut too narrow.



Pity there aren't stricter regulations for TV manufacturers with terms like HDR and 4k. All these TV threads seem to include comments like "not actual HDR because of no local dimming" or "not actually 4k because it's RGBW". Consumers being misled it seems.

I think they can only advertise it as "UHD Premium" if t can display 10 bit HDR properly.

this is too cheap!
feel bad for the people who spent £900 on the hisense tv deal
Edited by: "ismaildeals123" 11th Apr

Murtin

I think they can only advertise it as "UHD Premium" if t can display 10 … I think they can only advertise it as "UHD Premium" if t can display 10 bit HDR properly.



Yeah that's about right technically a 8 bit plus FRC could qualify but i have yet to see a set like this make the necessary brightness levels here's a decent article about UHD Premium - whathifi.com/adv…-it

Edited by: "gazman090970" 11th Apr

This or the hisense m7000?

6ixFoot1

Apparently that's being scrapped from TVs anyway?


really? I was going to invest in a Dualshock 4 controller.

edit: seems so
extremetech.com/gam…ers
Edited by: "loofer" 11th Apr

loofer

really? I was going to invest in a Dualshock 4 controller.edit: seems … really? I was going to invest in a Dualshock 4 controller.edit: seems sohttps://www.extremetech.com/gaming/244630-sony-kills-playstation-now-support-vita-ps3-bravia-blu-ray-players



Think u can still use the ds4 as an expensive remote control

ysn

This or the hisense m7000?



Not sure.
I am thinking exactly the same question!
I wish it was XD8599 though.

rickj

A grand and only 12 m warranty,


Yeah, that's mandatory at 1K.

chenzz

Not sure.I am thinking exactly the same question!I wish it was XD8599 … Not sure.I am thinking exactly the same question!I wish it was XD8599 though.



What did you go for? Been looking at the LG UH7700 too, can't choose haha.

Gilmanez

What did you go for? Been looking at the LG UH7700 too, can't choose haha.



didn't go for anything.
Went to JL twice, had a look at 7505 and 8599,
Really couldn't tell the difference.
Though they were not put side to side.
Different lighting, different locations, difficult to tell difference anyway.

Brent Cross had a returned 65 inches 8599 briefly for £1159.
Didn't take the bite.

The price has gone up to £1,332.79 again, should have bought one last week
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