Sony Bravia  KD49XE7003 4K Ultra HD Smart  TV with 5 year warranty £529 @ John Lewis
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Sony Bravia KD49XE7003 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with 5 year warranty £529 @ John Lewis

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Found 21st Mar
Pretty much bottom of the Sony 4k range, let's be honest.

However, this is really cheap (cheapest current price) and has a five year warranty.
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Original Poster
I wonder if John Lewis err... Richer Sounds will price match, drop by a tenner and give six years warranty?
still waiting for the XE9005 to drop
How good is this TV compared to rivals, genuine question honest answers please
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mikecml1 h, 58 m ago

How good is this TV compared to rivals, genuine question honest answers …How good is this TV compared to rivals, genuine question honest answers please


I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony brand.
This seems to be their lowest specd model.

To be clear I have a 49xe80 which I would recommend, but it's also more expensive.

The current price and the five year warranty are what make this model attractive right now.
Bestard1 h, 1 m ago

I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony …I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony brand.This seems to be their lowest specd model.To be clear I have a 49xe80 which I would recommend, but it's also more expensive.The current price and the five year warranty are what make this model attractive right now.


What TV would you recommend in 40'' or 43'' size? Mostly will be watching SD (and some HD) broadcasts but would like to invest in a 4K TV now rather than regret couple of years later. So would prefer a TV that does a decent job of upscaling. Thanks
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HellriderUKDeals699 m ago

What TV would you recommend in 40'' or 43'' size? Mostly will be watching …What TV would you recommend in 40'' or 43'' size? Mostly will be watching SD (and some HD) broadcasts but would like to invest in a 4K TV now rather than regret couple of years later. So would prefer a TV that does a decent job of upscaling. Thanks


I'm waiting for the Samsung 40mu6400 or the Panasonic 40ex700b to drop down to the £350 price point. I know the Sammy did drop down to that over Christmas so there is potential for that to happen again.

Both have got VA panels (rather than IPS panels) which apparently are better for blacks and contrast but at the cost of viewing angles. Which is fine for me in a bedroom to be honest since I'd be sat upright in bed, directly facing the TV, but I suppose if you wander around a lot or do the ironing or something in your bedroom, maybe the viewing angle might become more important than the contrast.
Also, I'm told there isn't much benefit from 4k on TVs of this size (Under 49") unless you are sat right in front of it within a few feet as you won't significantly notice the difference between HD and UHD.
Bestard4 h, 29 m ago

I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony …I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony brand.This seems to be their lowest specd model.To be clear I have a 49xe80 which I would recommend, but it's also more expensive.The current price and the five year warranty are what make this model attractive right now.


Waiting for a decent 8 series model on offer....
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