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Sony Bravia KD55XF9005BU 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV - Refurbished - £629.10 Delivered with code @ Richersounds
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Sony Bravia KD55XF9005BU 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV - Refurbished - £629.10 Delivered with code @ Richersounds

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Posted 7th Oct

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X-Motion Clarity
Sony’s X-Motion Clarity makes use of the LED panel’s local dimming technology to deliver smoother and brighter images. By controlling the backlighting with greater precision this Sony 55 inch TV offers enhanced realism, especially with fast-moving sports and action movies.

X1 Extreme processor - making the most of all content
Packing 40% more real-time image processing than even the renowned X1, the Extreme takes processing power to the next step. Sony's X1 Extreme processor analyses every signal and optimises it for the best performance possible. Everything you watch is upscaled to 4K HDR, giving you the best quality image possible – whatever the source.

4K UHD for sublime picture quality
With its 4K UHD screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, the Sony KD55XF9005 is equipped for the 4K UHD revolution. Four times more detailed than Full HD, 4K UHD gives awesome levels of realism are awesome. Making the most of this resolution, the Sony BRAVIA KD55XF9005 is also equipped with HDR and HLG.

HDR10 and HLG
Building on HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology, which gives greater enhanced contrast, the KD55XF9005 also features HDR10 and HLG. HDR10 is widely used on UHD gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Triluminos display
As well as 4K HDR, this Sony TV also boasts a Triluminos display; developed to produce truer, deeper and more natural shades of colour, with skin shades appearing far more natural.
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wtf!!!! This TV is bigger than the £929 fald mega TV I used as a monitor at 49'' this did not improve in the XG2019 range. Hell of a deal. Hot hot hot!!! I love this TV for gaming and the fald is amazing! Next best TV is a £1500 oled. Seriously its this then oled.
Not far behind OLED , but what a cracking deal!
I literally cannot see this lasting longer than 30 minutes now its on here this deal is the best TV deal I've seen here since the £129 plasma misprice years ago that I got. Ordered 2 for living room and bedroom upgrades!
What is overall conditikn on refurbished quite few deals on it but not sure about condition
Sold out?
would rather get the deal i seen recently for around £780/£790 for the same tv in new condition
Cracking tv. I have the XE which was a year older and that’s still going strong. This was £1k plus this time last year I’m sure it was.
The product is described as refurbished.This means an item has been repaired following a customer return.
khurram.hussain07/10/2019 23:03

The product is described as refurbished.This means an item has been …The product is described as refurbished.This means an item has been repaired following a customer return.


No it does not.
Customer returns within a certain time frame without faults,
Or various other reasons than being repaired.
tony21116607/10/2019 23:37

No it does not.Customer returns within a certain time frame without …No it does not.Customer returns within a certain time frame without faults,Or various other reasons than being repaired.



A refurbished items is an item that has some kind of defect, that defect has been repaired, and the item is now being sold at a discount. A refurbished TV is one that had some kind of problem that is now fixed.

Whether or not it is worth it to be refurbished depends entirely on who refurbished it and what kind of warranty it comes with. For example, Apple refurbishes their products at the factory where they are made and sells them with the same warranty as new ones. Most manufacturers offer at least a 90 day warranty on refurbished items. If it was refurbished by the original manufacturer and comes with a minimum of a 90 day warranty, then you should be fine. I would check to make sure the original product had good reviews and that the problem wasn't one that is inherent to the whole line.

On the other hand, there are plenty of companies that "refurbish" electronics and sell them. They offer little to no warranty on them and in their case, it just means it was repaired. Sometimes it can be actually repaired and work well but others times they just slap a bandaid on the problem and resell it. It's much more risky and I would avoid them. So if you are going to buy refurbished, buy Factory Refurbished.
Only 12 months guarantee rather something with a few years on it especially from Richersounds
Sony has the best natural colours compared to any brand plus the best motion handling.
There’s no way of adding to the cart that I can see.
googley208/10/2019 03:37

A refurbished items is an item that has some kind of defect, that defect …A refurbished items is an item that has some kind of defect, that defect has been repaired, and the item is now being sold at a discount. A refurbished TV is one that had some kind of problem that is now fixed.Whether or not it is worth it to be refurbished depends entirely on who refurbished it and what kind of warranty it comes with. For example, Apple refurbishes their products at the factory where they are made and sells them with the same warranty as new ones. Most manufacturers offer at least a 90 day warranty on refurbished items. If it was refurbished by the original manufacturer and comes with a minimum of a 90 day warranty, then you should be fine. I would check to make sure the original product had good reviews and that the problem wasn't one that is inherent to the whole line.On the other hand, there are plenty of companies that "refurbish" electronics and sell them. They offer little to no warranty on them and in their case, it just means it was repaired. Sometimes it can be actually repaired and work well but others times they just slap a bandaid on the problem and resell it. It's much more risky and I would avoid them. So if you are going to buy refurbished, buy Factory Refurbished.


Our company sell "refurb" items that are sometimes customer returns without fault, or opened box products.
But we still describe as refurbished.

New packaging & cleaning are applied.
I just bought this TV from Costco for £780 brand new with 5yrs warranty. So this was an excellent deal, very happy with my purchase the XF90 is one of the best sets you can buy still £1,000 every where.
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