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Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU 65-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) LED Direct lit with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now £1149 @ Amazon
Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU 65-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) LED Direct lit with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now £1149 @ Amazon

Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU 65-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV (2016 Model) LED Direct lit with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now £1149 @ Amazon

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25 Comments

is it 10-bit?

Not bad, if you don't need a 65" TV you would be much better off with the XD93 for near enough the same amount:

hotukdeals.com/dea…466?
Edited by: "Zaim2012" 10th Jan

think it's 10 bit panel.

8bit according to when it was posted last month, also AVforums says "It's not got wide gamut or high brightness range or local dimming."

49 inch for £550 too, now that's tempting as a 65inch is rather on the large size for me.

surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?

chenzz

surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?



surely the KD65XD9305BU for £750.00 more is a better buy?....

this is a deals website, £150 is a lot of money.

chenzz

surely the KD65XD8599BU for £150.00 more is a better buy?



there's always going to be a better tv if you're willing to pay more money.

callumfraser4912

surely the KD65XD9305BU for £750.00 more is a better buy?....this is a … surely the KD65XD9305BU for £750.00 more is a better buy?....this is a deals website, £150 is a lot of money.



Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?

to be honest, I don't understand why people would want HDR.
It won't be available for quite a few years.
Yeah, right, BBC trialed it recently, but with Panasonic exclusive tech.
And I believed they trialed 4k since Olympic 2012, but we haven't got 1080p signal yet.

ultrahdtv.net/201…cs/

Still good/old 720p/1080i for so called HD channel.

chenzz

Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't … Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't understand why people would want HDR.It won't be available for quite a few years.Yeah, right, BBC trialed it recently, but with Panasonic exclusive tech.And I believed they trialed 4k since Olympic 2012, but we haven't got 1080p signal yet.http://www.ultrahdtv.net/2012/07/bbc-to-test-ultra-hdtv-at-2012-olympics/Still good/old 720p/1080i for so called HD channel.



Don't the 4K tvs upscale HD?

dearley1231

Don't the 4K tvs upscale HD?



HD isn't HDR.

65-inch might be too much of a stretch for me. Heat for those and the poster who can accomodate.

chenzz

Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't … Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't understand why people would want HDR.It won't be available for quite a few years.Yeah, right, BBC trialed it recently, but with Panasonic exclusive tech.And I believed they trialed 4k since Olympic 2012, but we haven't got 1080p signal yet.http://www.ultrahdtv.net/2012/07/bbc-to-test-ultra-hdtv-at-2012-olympics/Still good/old 720p/1080i for so called HD channel.


Console gaming and UHD Blurays?

Gabi

65-inch might be too much of a stretch for me. Heat for those and the … 65-inch might be too much of a stretch for me. Heat for those and the poster who can accomodate.



As long as your wall is smaller than the TV, I can't think of the reason of being "too much of a stretch".
All the optimised viewing distance is all kind of bullshite.
have you ever been to the smaller sceen in Odeon ? I am sure your room has bigger width than those miserable auditoriums , and look how big screen they are showing.

paulj48

Console gaming and UHD Blurays?



Yeah, sure. But you missed my point.
I was trying to say, 4K is not that popular yet, let alone HDR?!
if HDR is spreading as the speed of 4K, maybe in the next 5 to 10 years?

chenzz

Yeah, sure. But you missed my point.I was trying to say, 4K is not that … Yeah, sure. But you missed my point.I was trying to say, 4K is not that popular yet, let alone HDR?!if HDR is spreading as the speed of 4K, maybe in the next 5 to 10 years?



Future proof

dearley1231

Don't the 4K tvs upscale HD?



​Of course they do, otherwise you'd be left with a picture that was only filling up a quarter of the screen (if it was 1080p), but a picture being scaled by the TV is obviously far inferior to actual native 4k content, they really do need to sort it out

Bought a smaller Android Bravia very recently. Hated the YouView interface but when you turn it off it disables all the catchup players (apart from iPlayer). To re-enable it you have to go through the channel scan again. Found the LG WebOS interface much cleaner and simpler to use

chenzz

Yeah, sure. But you missed my point.I was trying to say, 4K is not that … Yeah, sure. But you missed my point.I was trying to say, 4K is not that popular yet, let alone HDR?!if HDR is spreading as the speed of 4K, maybe in the next 5 to 10 years?


If I missed your point you mustn't have made it very clear then. (_;)

You said why would people want HDR, well why wouldn't they if its available and they have suitable content to play.

If I was in the market for a new TV, as a gamer and movie fan I'd be looking at a 'HDR Premium' regardless of popularity, if its available at an affordable cost then why not.
Edited by: "paulj48" 10th Jan

I have the 49" android version of this and would not recommend a Sony. Slow unresponsive

A 65" TV is the easy part, a house with a large enough front room on the other hand......

chenzz

Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't … Come on, £750.00 is a bit of stretch, isn't it?to be honest, I don't understand why people would want HDR.It won't be available for quite a few years.Yeah, right, BBC trialed it recently, but with Panasonic exclusive tech.And I believed they trialed 4k since Olympic 2012, but we haven't got 1080p signal yet.http://www.ultrahdtv.net/2012/07/bbc-to-test-ultra-hdtv-at-2012-olympics/Still good/old 720p/1080i for so called HD channel.



​HDR is already playable on ps4 on ps4 Pro.
not to mention the grand tour and other amazon originals streamed in HDR

callumfraser4912

there's always going to be a better tv if you're willing to pay more … there's always going to be a better tv if you're willing to pay more money.



​In fairness if you're spending over 1k it not a massive stretch for some for the next model up

superyiddo

​In fairness if you're spending over 1k it not a massive stretch for some … ​In fairness if you're spending over 1k it not a massive stretch for some for the next model up



I think KD65XD8599BU is worth £150 more due to Sony triluminos tech EDGE LED and more.

see

displayspecifications.com/en/…4cd
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