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Sony Bravia KD43XD8088 43-Inch Android 4K HDR (10-bit) Ultra HD Smart TV £559.55 @ Tesco
Sony Bravia KD43XD8088 43-Inch Android 4K HDR (10-bit) Ultra HD Smart TV £559.55 @ Tesco

Sony Bravia KD43XD8088 43-Inch Android 4K HDR (10-bit) Ultra HD Smart TV £559.55 @ Tesco

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This is 4k and 10-bit. It also has great reviews across multiple sites.

Price Spy has the average price at £650. More details here: pricespy.co.uk/pro…163

I don't think you'll find another 10-bit TV with these specs for this price any time soon.

Television picture quality:
LED TV Screen.
Certified Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 43 inches.
Motion rate 400Hz.
Viewing angle 89/89 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
VGA input socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 100 bracket.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital Plus sound system.
10 x 10 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
CI plus slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Parental controls.
Size of TV H56.4, W96, D4.5cm.
Weight of TV 12.3kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H61.2, W96, D21.6cm.
Footprint of TV 96cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 13.2kg.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: a.
On mode power consumption 80 watts.
Annual power consumption 114kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.

8 Comments

What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but happy to be proven wong.
It's by no means 100%, but displayspecifications.com/en/…636 says it's 8 bit and I'm inclined to believe them.
Edited by: "N1Andy" 25th Nov 2016

Original Poster

N1Andy

What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but … What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but happy to be proven wong.It's by no means 100%, but http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/a20c636 says it's 8 bit and I'm inclined to believe them.



Worth noting this is the 2016 model that's here, which is 10-bit. But don't believe me, believe the people who bought and reviewed the TV on Amazon. amazon.co.uk/Son…PMW

There has been a lot of discussion about this and the consensus is that it is indeed 10 bit. It was £529 on Amazon earlier, not sure if it's still that price.

Original Poster

N1Andy

What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but … What makes you think this is 10 bit? I'm pretty certain it isn't, but happy to be proven wong.It's by no means 100%, but http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/a20c636 says it's 8 bit and I'm inclined to believe them.



Also confirmed by Argos Staff here: argos.co.uk/pro…402

From rtings.com trusted review site.

Update 09/08/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the Sony X800D does in fact have an 10 bit panel.

It may be 10-bit but the colour gamut is poor, so it might as well be 8-bit to be honest.

allen46

From rtings.com trusted review site.Update 09/08/2016: Our original test … From rtings.com trusted review site.Update 09/08/2016: Our original test was showing an incorrect color depth of 8 bit due to some incorrect drivers on our system, but after some correction to our test apparatus, we tested again the color depth and we can confirm that the Sony X800D does in fact have an 10 bit panel.



It needs to be said that on the same review it is clear that this set has a peak brightness of 375 cd/m2 and no local dimming this means HDR will be underwhelming at best and makes the 10 or 8 bit arguement arbitrary.
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