Sony Bravia KD49XE8004 49 inch TV with All New Echo (2nd Generation) - £575.10 @ Amazon
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Sony Bravia KD49XE8004 49 inch TV with All New Echo (2nd Generation) - £575.10 @ Amazon

£575.10Amazon Deals
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Found 18th Nov
Seems like a good price for this TV and comes with Echo 2nd Gen.

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Seems expensive for a 49 inch TV. Is it a great picture? OOS.

Original Poster

Its the cheapest i can find this model for, and it come with Echo thrown in. Just checked on Amazon and they do have the TV & Echo in stock. delivery 21st-27th Nov.

Is this 10-bit?

This was 629 yesterday and the tv is one of 2 certified by amazon for alexa, good spot.

StevenKitchener10 m ago

This was 629 yesterday and the tv is one of 2 certified by amazon for …This was 629 yesterday and the tv is one of 2 certified by amazon for alexa, good spot.


What can Alexa do with the tv? Can it change channel and the volume etc ?

Anyone know if it comes with the amazon 5yr warranty?

cudsy19 m ago

What can Alexa do with the tv? Can it change channel and the volume etc ?


Yes it does the basic tv things like volume change input etc

cudsy38 m ago

Is this 10-bit?


Nope, 8+FRC on IPS

XE9XXXX is where the 10 bit VA panels start.

Not a super deal IMO.

For this particular model this offer is a good deal.

It has android TV, you can just use Google assistant, which would be better to use with the TV.

Samsung 6000 series, panasonic 580 , or this?
Panasonic and samsung 449£..

fiestasteve4421 m ago

Yes it does the basic tv things like volume change input etc

Remote does all that anyways with voice control I believe.
Edited by: "sharonpaton2" 18th Nov

sharonpaton21 m ago

Remote does all that anyways with voice control I believe.


Yes but u have to press a button on the remote.

cudsy1 h, 20 m ago

Is this 10-bit?


It's wide gamut but has no local dimming system.
danflorin335 m ago

Samsung 6000 series, panasonic 580 , or this?Panasonic and samsung 449£..


That depends on which model in the 6000 series, this is Sony's competition to the MU6400 and above and I'd probably probably opt for this one despite it being ~£20 more because of Sony's better image processing and the lack of ads in the smart TV system.

If you're not feeding it HDR stuff and don't need the wide gamut then the £450 MU6220 is a good deal.

I’ve been looking at this TV for months.
Definitely it’s the lowest price now.
Great deal ! Ordered... thanks op

Mickysafc1 h, 11 m ago

Anyone know if it comes with the amazon 5yr warranty?

Does this TV come with 5 year warranty?

In built Android and Chromecast and Amazon bundle their Echo? Mickey-takers! Make the TV £50 cheaper and keep the Echo...

EndlessWaves1 h, 6 m ago

It's wide gamut but has no local dimming system. That depends on which …It's wide gamut but has no local dimming system. That depends on which model in the 6000 series, this is Sony's competition to the MU6400 and above and I'd probably probably opt for this one despite it being ~£20 more because of Sony's better image processing and the lack of ads in the smart TV system.If you're not feeding it HDR stuff and don't need the wide gamut then the £450 MU6220 is a good deal.

49"mu6202..

Thank you. I think I will buy 6202..Mostly for playing movies from my laptop.
Edited by: "danflorin3" 18th Nov

Nice tv.. Whats the tv android system like?

Just bought it. Hope it works well with my ps4 and doesn’t break down after the 1 year manufacturers warranty.

Cheers OP, just ordered. Really nice price.

hello all, need a opinion
I had a 55inch 4k tv until last week(broke screen) it was a Samsung ue55ju7000 4k tv...pretty good,nothing like oled but I was happy with it,
Now looking at a Sony/Samsung tv for a good price between 49-55inch(prefer 55)
Thinking of: samsung ue55mu7000(if I can find for 700 +-), Sony Bravia KD49XE8004 with echo(575, Sony Bravia KDL49WE753(476pounds:) )
Sony Bravia KD55XE7073(629) not android,or triluminous but 55

Overrall I think Sony surpasses Samsung in overall quality and longevity as their products don't tend to break after 12 months.
Let me know what you think

seems like a good deal - looks like a good option - somewhere between the cheaper 4k sets and 10 bit sets (which run double the price for the most part) - i've been keeping an eye out on the 43 inch version of this for a while - i might bite on that one if it falls below £500

this is a good deal in of itself, but i have no interest in the echo device

This is a very good tv for the price.

Just bought with richer sound without the echo

£645 now hoping black Friday brings it down cheaper
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