Sony Bravia KD65XD7505 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £999.99 @ Costco
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Sony Bravia KD65XD7505 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £999.99 @ Costco

£999.99£1,45031%costco Deals
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Found 6th Apr
looks a decent price for a Sony 65 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV in COSTCO (membership required)
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2016 model
5 year warranty (Standard on all TVs sold by Costco): costco.co.uk/con…ces
IPS Panel (good viewing angles, but poorer contrasts/blacks when compared to a VA panel)

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is this the 2016 model?
Edited by: "roll_me_some" 6th Apr
roll_me_some51 s ago

is this the 2016 model?


Yes. I think AO still sell them for £949
MARFW2 m ago

Yes. I think AO still sell them for £949


Thanks. my cousin has this and the picture is amazing. Sound is awful though and you will need a soundbar with this.
Original Poster
I think AO are selling Sony KD65XD7504BU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD for £949.
ajitdattani16 m ago

I think AO are selling Sony KD65XD7504BU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD for £949.


whats the difference between 7504BU and this?
Original Poster
The Sony KD65XD7505 has a motion interpolation frequency of 800Hz, however the Sony KD-65XD7504 is only a 400Hz motion interpolation frequency TV (400Hz slower).
Comparison done here:
kagoo.co.uk/tvs…05
roll_me_some1 h, 47 m ago

whats the difference between 7504BU and this?


Cosmetic.
The last 2 digits denote differences such as colour of the bezel, the shape/width of the stand, the remote control - that kind of minimal difference.
The screen and specs are identical.
It's £50 cheaper at AO for an almost identical model - 65XD7504

ao.com/pro…spx

So on that basis I must unfortunately vote cold.


EDIT: I accidentally voted hot. Fail.
Edited by: "Bestard" 6th Apr
Isn't this beter than ao due to warranty?
my-planet2 h, 36 m ago

Isn't this beter than ao due to warranty?


Five year warranty apparently.
Hmm Is it worth paying an extra £50 for an additional 4 years warranty over the AO price?
At this price range, I guess it probably is (instead of say a £349 Blaupunkt TV vs a £399 Blaupunkt TV with a 5 year warranty).

Good job I accidentally voted this hot in that case.
roll_me_some18 h, 34 m ago

is this the 2016 model?


Yes. It's the xd model. We're on xf now
Edited by: "montana78" 7th Apr
When will they do 6 or 8 HDMI inputs?
montana781 h, 35 m ago

When will they do 6 or 8 HDMI inputs?


Probably never. Four has been the standard on higher end TVs for over a decade and manufacturers would argue that very few people would ever use more than that (and can just buy a splitter if they want). It costs them money to add more HDMI ports (in terms of royalties as well as part cost), so they'll avoid it if they can. It'd be nice if DisplayPort made its way to the TV market, but it doesn't look like that's ever going to happen.
Aretak14 h, 15 m ago

Probably never. Four has been the standard on higher end TVs for over a …Probably never. Four has been the standard on higher end TVs for over a decade and manufacturers would argue that very few people would ever use more than that (and can just buy a splitter if they want). It costs them money to add more HDMI ports (in terms of royalties as well as part cost), so they'll avoid it if they can. It'd be nice if DisplayPort made its way to the TV market, but it doesn't look like that's ever going to happen.


Only way I get extra source in is via yamaha cinema receiver. But i have to plan that right. I.e things that I want cinema sound for like sky, mede8er. Ps4 pro goes straight to tv because receiver cant pass through 4k signal. But then I have optical cable going from tv to receiver to solve that issue. But i have older consoles there like 360,ps3 and wii U that kids play.

Because of hdmi 2.0 they wont bother with displayport inputs.
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