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Sony Bravia 65XD8599 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 65" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design for £1249 with code (possible £1112 after cashback) @ Currys with 5yrs guarantee
Sony Bravia 65XD8599 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 65" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design for £1249 with code (possible £1112 after cashback) @ Currys with 5yrs guarantee

Sony Bravia 65XD8599 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 65" With Youview/Freeview HD, Playstation Now & Silver Slate Design for £1249 with code (possible £1112 after cashback) @ Currys with 5yrs guarantee

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Use code TV50 for this price + 11% quidco might bring this price to £1112 (or 9.9% using Topcashback or pricematch with TCB for 11%)

Very slim design.
4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD
HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast
Access content on Netflix & Amazon Prime
Tuner: Twin Freeview HD & YouView
Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 4

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just bought this, this morning got £50 off with code and £86 tracked at Quidco so £1163 in total.

CODE IS TV50 FOR TVS OVER £599 YOU GET £50 OFF

This time next year *2018 Rodney we'll have a Sony OLED for that price - not a 12" one but the 65"

Silly question does "Playstation Now" mean it has built in Playstation into the TV?

crazymonkey

This time next year *2018 Rodney we'll have a Sony OLED for that price - … This time next year *2018 Rodney we'll have a Sony OLED for that price - not a 12" one but the 65"



Hopefully by this time next year the current LG OLED models will be closer to this price! They're slowly dropping.

Well that's the toilet

I'm not an elitist, but is this TV actually worth the money?
Edited by: "Moka-Bear" 30th Dec 2016

walsall123

Silly question does "Playstation Now" mean it has built in Playstation … Silly question does "Playstation Now" mean it has built in Playstation into the TV?



​Yeah, you just need a controller connected via Bluetooth (like the Dualshock 4).

PlayStation Now is like Netflix for PS3 games. You pay 12.99 a month and have access to a decent collection of PS3 games streamed over your network.

I would strongly advise that you have the TV connected via ethernet rather than WiFi to have a playable experience.
Edited by: "EmperorRosko" 30th Dec 2016

I bought this tv on Boxing Day, been back into currys today and theyve refunded me the £50 back due to their 7 day price promise. An excellent tv although not watched a lot on it as my husband and son seem to have hogged it playing Fifa 17!

Thanks OP. Just bought this for my wife's parents as they've been on the lookout for a new tv ever since they saw my 55" Sony 9 series. Now I'm going to be jealous!

I have a 49" Sony android 4k tv and it's rubbish. So slow and unresponsive. When I turn it off the sound continues for about 10 seconds. It takes ages to start up

Awful TV for the price.

wow it's a good job we're here for deals rather than dumb comments, heat added X)

MojoMan0427

Awful TV for the price.



What are you comparing this to? Do you have some examples of similar TVs (size and price) which are better? I can always cancel this one and get another instead.

Original Poster

andymg2000

What are you comparing this to? Do you have some examples of similar TVs … What are you comparing this to? Do you have some examples of similar TVs (size and price) which are better? I can always cancel this one and get another instead.


+1. Even I am genuinely interested. Any suggestions welcome.

Problem with these SOny/AnnDroid TVs is that you can have Youview enabled OR you can have USB HDD recording ... For some reason SOny makes it an either/or decision ??
Youview is good but I prefer HDD recording ... YOuView is run as an APP integrated into the TV.
1 days use so far

Original Poster

GwanGy

Problem with these SOny/AnnDroid TVs is that you can have Youview enabled … Problem with these SOny/AnnDroid TVs is that you can have Youview enabled OR you can have USB HDD recording ... For some reason SOny makes it an either/or decision ??Youview is good but I prefer HDD recording ... YOuView is run as an APP integrated into the TV.1 days use so far


How is the picture quality comparatively and viewing angles?

Had a look in Curry's yesterday and was impressed seemed better then the Samsungs for motion blur and clarity. Lack of 3d is a shame. The LG 65 deal at Selfridges is a tempter at £1599. http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/lg-65uh950v-4k-ultra-hd-65-dolby-vision-tv_761-10044-LG65UH950V/

Playstation now is buggy with a limited number of multi player games available. Rip off imho especially if you are already paying for ps+
Edited by: "superyiddo" 31st Dec 2016

Lads we watch sky sd and Hd... is this any good at upscaling what else is out there for the same money...

andymg2000

Thanks OP. Just bought this for my wife's parents as they've been on the … Thanks OP. Just bought this for my wife's parents as they've been on the lookout for a new tv ever since they saw my 55" Sony 9 series. Now I'm going to be jealous!


Did you go thru Quidco/Topcashback and did it track ok

enallum

Did you go thru Quidco/Topcashback and did it track ok



It tracked with Quidco but at £86.74 based on purchase amount of £867.36. Would expect this to be corrected as this wasn't the pre VAT price, this assuming the cash back actually got paid given the use of the £50 off code.

However I've since cancelled my order. Not happy with many reviews which reference poor blacks and contrast with the IPS panel. I'm now looking at some Samsung and LG TVs, although these are more around the £1600-£2000 price. Better to get the best you can afford rather than regretting the performance of a bargain price purchase. That's just me, but I'm pretty picky when it comes to stuff like this.
Edited by: "andymg2000" 31st Dec 2016

How is the picture quality comparatively and viewing angles?


Picture quality is great, but viewing angles I have no experience, as I am the only one who watches it in a small room, head-on .Vlc installed, Kodi installed , still getting used to it .+(my tv is an older, smaller version). Playstation Now @ £9.99 per month is of no interest to me
Edited by: "GwanGy" 1st Jan
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