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

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Found 26th Nov 2016Made hot 26th Nov 2016
*** Cheapest price for a Sony Bravia 4K Android UHD smart TV with HDR ***

ANDROID TV - Seamless Entertainment, Intelligent Search. All the personalization, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone, on the big screen.
The clean and simple stand design adds class to any living space whilst hiding cables from view.
4K High Dynamic Range -Incredible contrast, real-life colours and exceptional 4K detail.
4K X-Reality PRO - Not just 4K. This is SONY 4K. Our unique 4K X-Reality PRO upscale every pixel for remarkable clarity. With Sony 4K, everything you watch is amazingly realistic.
Dynamic Contrast Enhancer - helps to create a vibrant picture with a wider range of peaks and darks.

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Very good picture, seen live at Currys. JL with 5 year guarantee £1269.
Another option would be to consider Hisense 65M7000 HDR £1149 with 5 years guarantee at JL
I am waiting Philips 65pus7601 price go down below £1500.

Voted hot.

Edited by: "shariifi" 26th Nov 2016

Not oled. I have an lg e6 55" and best tv ever

I've got a smaller version to this
Can load kodi in seconds plus
The bit that **** me of satellite tuner can't be used if you load
you view only dvb blocks the satellite tuner and with it off tv interface crap
Not happy a freeview signal were I am is poor so mainly use satellite

rocker2024

Not oled. I have an lg e6 55" and best tv ever



OLED would add about 1000-1500 onto the price.

Over spending on underdeveloped tech, well done.

Any input lag figures for this TV? Very interested in upgrading from my KDL55W905, which is still a fantastic set.

rocker2024

Not oled. I have an lg e6 55" and best tv ever



Couldn't afford the G6? Hows your Porsche boxter handle in winter?

I'm looking for a TV with a twin Freeview HD tuner and Sony seem to offer this feature for their lower end sets. LG and Samsung offer it on their high end sets. Done deal, until I found comments regarding the decision to use dual core processors and a sluggish Android interface. I'd normally not be bothered about twin tuners but streaming video is still a pain in rural areas

I was going to ask richer sounds to price match but they have the 7505 model

shariifi

Very good picture, seen live at Currys. JL with 5 year guarantee … Very good picture, seen live at Currys. JL with 5 year guarantee £1269.Another option would be to consider Hisense 65M7000 HDR £1149 with 5 years guarantee at JLI am waiting Philips 65pus7601 price go down below £1500.Voted hot.



Go sony or samsung. Better black levels and decent engines

Original Poster

montana78

I was going to ask richer sounds to price match but they have the 7505 … I was going to ask richer sounds to price match but they have the 7505 model


The only difference between this 7504 and the 7505 is the color of the stand (black or aluminum). Rest all same. So, you can still try for the price match
Edited by: "Voyager" 27th Nov 2016

Doesn't appear to be true HDR as it's an 8 bit panel and only 350 nits. Worrying I can't find any input lag scores which makes me think the latency must be mediocre to poor. Solid TV though if you aren't interested in HDR gaming.

MrFlux001

Doesn't appear to be true HDR as it's an 8 bit panel and only 350 nits. … Doesn't appear to be true HDR as it's an 8 bit panel and only 350 nits. Worrying I can't find any input lag scores which makes me think the latency must be mediocre to poor. Solid TV though if you aren't interested in HDR gaming.


Hdr is a must nkw as all ps4 supports it

Do they still make freesat tvs?

Is this an 8 Bit panel or 10 Bit?

GiggleStool

Is this an 8 Bit panel or 10 Bit?



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excellent!! cheers!!
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