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Sony Bravia 65XE9005 65" + 5 year John Lewis warranty £1999 Price match
Sony Bravia 65XE9005 65" + 5 year John Lewis warranty £1999 Price match

Sony Bravia 65XE9005 65" + 5 year John Lewis warranty £1999 Price match

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Look forward to a life of DPS board failures with this. Same hardware as last years

I've wanted a 65 inch TV for a while and the way to go seems to be to spend around £1000 with a 5/6 warranty.

I was hoping this year's 65 inch tv's around that price would be 10 bit and the 4k certified all sorted, but it all seems the same.

Dead right sharp harp my 55xd9305 lasted 6 months, had replacement dps board its a joke

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SS4113 m ago

I've wanted a 65 inch TV for a while and the way to go seems to be to …I've wanted a 65 inch TV for a while and the way to go seems to be to spend around £1000 with a 5/6 warranty. I was hoping this year's 65 inch tv's around that price would be 10 bit and the 4k certified all sorted, but it all seems the same.


Any recommendations to get a 10 bit panel with 5 year warranty for around £1k.

I think there were some Samsung 8000 and 9000's or something on here.

But, I'm holding on now because tv just seem to be in constant state of flux, even though it was supposed to be sorted out last Year with the universal 4k premium standard, that Samsung was part of and now appears to have been abandoned altogether.

That, and dolby vision etc seems to muddled at present and I don't want to make another laser disc error.

SS41

I think there were some Samsung 8000 and 9000's or something on here.But, … I think there were some Samsung 8000 and 9000's or something on here.But, I'm holding on now because tv just seem to be in constant state of flux, even though it was supposed to be sorted out last Year with the universal 4k premium standard, that Samsung was part of and now appears to have been abandoned altogether. That, and dolby vision etc seems to muddled at present and I don't want to make another laser disc error.


4K standards are all sorted, and there are clear certifications - the key one being 'UHD Alliance Premium Certified', which covers the resolution (4K) and that the TV meets certain brightness, colour depth & gamut, and contrast requirements. The TV must also support HDR.

All of Samsung's premium TV offerings are UHD Alliance Premium Certified this year.

The bit that isn't sorted is the HDR standards - the main ones are now HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. There are also some other ones that are being looked at.

twisterteddy

Any recommendations to get a 10 bit panel with 5 year warranty for around … Any recommendations to get a 10 bit panel with 5 year warranty for around £1k.



Any of the Samsung KS range from either John Lewis or Richer Sounds and your criteria will be met apart from screen size Premium certification in 65 inch for around the 1K mark may be a tall order.
Edited by: "gazman090970" 3rd Jul
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