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Sony Bravia KD65XF9005 LED HDR 4K TV + 5 Year Warranty + 2 Free 4K Movies via Google Play - £949 delivered @ Hughes
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Sony Bravia KD65XF9005 LED HDR 4K TV + 5 Year Warranty + 2 Free 4K Movies via Google Play - £949 delivered @ Hughes

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Posted 25th Dec 2019

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Absolutely fantastic TV - 5 star reviews from many reputable sites and this is a nice price drop here

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Also claim 2 free 4K HDR Movies via Google Play

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Top features:

- 4K Ultra HD adds realism to your shows and movies

- Android TV with Android gives you your favourite streaming apps via Google Play

- 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme adds depth to the picture

- X-Motion clarity delivers a clear picture without sacrificing brightness

4K Ultra HD

Trade in that season ticket for a more comfortable and no less realistic spectator experience. The Sony BRAVIA KD65XF9005 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV invites you closer to the action with its large screen and picture quality up to four times better than Full HD.

Dazzle your mates on match day with all the tension and excitement of watching live football, without the cold weather and plastic seating.

This TV also uses LED backlighting and local dimming to enhance the contrast of each scene. Perfect for dark and moody thrillers, it brings out the detail in shadows, whilst bright areas stay dazzling, so everything looks closer to real life.

Android TV with Google Assistant

With a Google Assistant built-in, navigating to the content you love to watch on the Sony BRAVIA XF90 Smart TV is easier than ever. Simply ask Google to play a movie title, load BBC iPlayer, or find your favourite YouTuber.

You can ask your TV about the weather, what films are showing at your local cinema, and how long it'll take to get there. And with easy access to the Google Play Store, you're only ever a couple of steps away from watching your favourite Netflix series, TED talks and catch-up apps. With built-in Chromecast, it's easy to share whatever you're watching on your phone to the TV, so everyone can enjoy the latest viral video.

4K HDR

Don't settle for colour without depth. The Sony BRAVIA XF9005 features Sony's flagship X1 Extreme processor, which adds optimum contrast to every frame. Bring life to whatever you watch with much greater depth and texture. And if you're a fan of nature documentaries and serene scenery, the millions of colours from the TRILUMINOS technology and Super Bit Mapping delivers every shade of colour accurately blended. Sunsets never looked so good.

This TV includes the 4K X-Reality Pro processor, which helps to upscale whatever you're watching to as close to 4K as possible. Even if you aren't watching 4K content, you can be sure you'll be getting the best possible detail.

X-Motion Clarity

Action-packed, fast-moving scenes and sports can seem like a blur. This can make it difficult to track a ball or keep up with pacey footwork. With X-Motion Clarity packed into your Sony BRAVIA 65XF90, even F1 racing cars appear as detailed as a stationary image. Get a smooth ultra high-quality image without sacrificing brightness.
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31 Comments
Got the 55", great TV. Android is fine. Got an E-voucher with John Lewis if they price match I could be tempted to buy the 65".
Was or is £850 At ao
googleboogle25/12/2019 17:48

Was or is £850 At ao


Not sure. Was £899 i think and now expired?
Edited by: "merb0786" 25th Dec 2019
merb078625/12/2019 17:50

Different model i think and was £899 and now expired


Same middle but price is back up
MrSwitch25/12/2019 17:52

Was, £999 now Was, £999 now https://ao.com/product/kd65xf9005bu-sony-tv-black-71321-108.aspx?cmredirectionvalue=KD65XF9005Good deal @merb0786 merry Xmas fella


Merry Xmas to you too @MrSwitch
What's the viewing angle performance like on the 65" model?
googleboogle25/12/2019 17:48

Was or is £850 At ao


It was £899 at AO but only came with a one year warranty.
BigTelHols25/12/2019 19:24

It was £899 at AO but only came with a one year warranty.


Is the warrenty not via Sony ?
Really fancy this TV. Who is the extended warranty with? D&G?
£995 at TPS with 7 years warranty

£850 and il bite. Lol
Edited by: "simba2585" 25th Dec 2019
simba258525/12/2019 19:39

£995 at TPS with 7 years warranty£850 and il bite. Lol


It was £850 last week I am very tempted too
simba258525/12/2019 19:39

£995 at TPS with 7 years warranty£850 and il bite. Lol


Never even heard of TPS lol
googleboogle25/12/2019 19:30

Is the warrenty not via Sony ?


I thought so but on the AO product page it said 1 year warranty??? So I didn't buy at £900.
merb078625/12/2019 19:40

Never even heard of TPS lol


Well known in the AV forums
I have the 55" version and the picture is outstanding, far better than a friends Samsung QLED. Standard speakers seem fine too.

However, whilst the picture is far superior to Samsung, the User interface isn't a patch on them. By that I mean, whilst the Android experience is fine, the Terrestrial and Satellite Tuner interfaces are exceedingly basic and clunky indeed.

I bought this TV so I could get shot of my old Humax Freesat Box, but the Sony Freesat was so appallingly bad that I ended up buying another Humax box anyway!

So my advice is if you are running channels through a Sky Box, Netflix, Virgin or equivalent then this TV is awesome, otherwise i'd seriously think of looking elsewhere
Edited by: "Waterboy8535" 25th Dec 2019
Waterboy853525/12/2019 20:13

I have the 55" version and the picture is outstanding, far better than a …I have the 55" version and the picture is outstanding, far better than a friends Samsung QLED. Standard speakers seem fine too.However, whilst the picture is far superior to Samsung, the User interface isn't a patch on them. By that I mean, whilst the Android experience is fine, the Terrestrial and Satellite Tuner interfaces are exceedingly basic and clunky indeed.I bought this TV so I could get shot of my old Humax Freesat Box, but the Sony Freesat was so appallingly bad that I ended up buying another Humax box anyway!So my advice is if you are running channels through a Sky Box, Netflix, Virgin or equivalent then this TV is awesome, otherwise i'd seriously think of looking elsewhere


Agree. I have the XE 55... Similar spec (bit worse)... Same issues. Brilliant picture. Paid this for the 55"...anybody got any rope?
Any good for gaming ? Or better Samsung q80r at 999£ from Rich sounds? 55 inch
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simba258527/12/2019 11:58

No longer listed


These are 2018 sets so once they are gone they are gone
googleboogle27/12/2019 12:09

These are 2018 sets so once they are gone they are gone


Good I didn't get one. With Ces2020 live the 6th Jan , it may be good stuff coming out and the 2019 will be discounted too?
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 12:23

Good I didn't get one. With Ces2020 live the 6th Jan , it may be good …Good I didn't get one. With Ces2020 live the 6th Jan , it may be good stuff coming out and the 2019 will be discounted too?


Most likely the 2019 will get discounted this time next year.
googleboogle27/12/2019 12:30

Most likely the 2019 will get discounted this time next year.


Will be good. May pick up better value for money with ps5 .. finger crossed
Waterboy853525/12/2019 20:13

I have the 55" version and the picture is outstanding, far better than a …I have the 55" version and the picture is outstanding, far better than a friends Samsung QLED. Standard speakers seem fine too.However, whilst the picture is far superior to Samsung, the User interface isn't a patch on them. By that I mean, whilst the Android experience is fine, the Terrestrial and Satellite Tuner interfaces are exceedingly basic and clunky indeed.I bought this TV so I could get shot of my old Humax Freesat Box, but the Sony Freesat was so appallingly bad that I ended up buying another Humax box anyway!So my advice is if you are running channels through a Sky Box, Netflix, Virgin or equivalent then this TV is awesome, otherwise i'd seriously think of looking elsewhere


The 55" XF9005 is in my shopping list along with LG 55SM8600PLA and SamsungQE55Q60 55". All three are on very for which I have. 20% discount code. The LG is £699 and the Samsung and Sony are £799.

Obviously you would recommend the Sony but as it's a 2018 TV the LG and Samsung may not have been around when you purchased yours and just wondered if the LG and Samsung models had been around at the time would you have considered them. Referring to which magazine the LG is a best buy at 74%, Samsung 68% but the Sony only scores 65%. I only watch TV through sky or Netflix/prime.

It's a difficult choice and pros and cons for all three. Samsung comes with 5 year warranty. Sony has full back light array. LG seems to have mainly good reviews with mixed for the others.

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Smartguy128/12/2019 20:17

The 55" XF9005 is in my shopping list along with LG 55SM8600PLA and …The 55" XF9005 is in my shopping list along with LG 55SM8600PLA and SamsungQE55Q60 55". All three are on very for which I have. 20% discount code. The LG is £699 and the Samsung and Sony are £799.Obviously you would recommend the Sony but as it's a 2018 TV the LG and Samsung may not have been around when you purchased yours and just wondered if the LG and Samsung models had been around at the time would you have considered them. Referring to which magazine the LG is a best buy at 74%, Samsung 68% but the Sony only scores 65%. I only watch TV through sky or Netflix/prime.It's a difficult choice and pros and cons for all three. Samsung comes with 5 year warranty. Sony has full back light array. LG seems to have mainly good reviews with mixed for the others.https://www.very.co.uk/lg-lg-55sm8600planbsp55-inch-4k-nanocell-display-smart-tv-with-local-dimming/1600371154.prd?crossSellType=category_page.recs_2https://www.very.co.uk/samsung-qe55q60-55-inch-qled-4k-ultra-hd-certified-hdr-1000-smart-q60-tv/1600352443.prd?crossSellType=item_page.recs_1https://www.very.co.uk/sony-bravia-kd55xf9005-55-inch-android-tvtrade-4k-hdr-ultra-hd-with-voice-remote-youview-and-freeview-hd/1600408469.prd



I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and found the Sony to have both the best build quality AND picture quality.
The Sony is the only one with a fully backlit screen and you can tell especially when in a darkened room, as I could definitely see light bleed from the edges of the other 2 and not uniform. The Samsung has the best UI, second the LG with the Sony lacking, but I had the Sony for better screen, better standard sound, and because the Sony runs Android I could use Kodi directly on it. Netflix runs perfect on it too (I've just binge watched The Witcher on it)
Views are subjective though so I recommend going into your nearest Currys to compare them before buying elsewhere.
HTH
Waterboy853528/12/2019 21:00

I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and …I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and found the Sony to have both the best build quality AND picture quality.The Sony is the only one with a fully backlit screen and you can tell especially when in a darkened room, as I could definitely see light bleed from the edges of the other 2 and not uniform. The Samsung has the best UI, second the LG with the Sony lacking, but I had the Sony for better screen, better standard sound, and because the Sony runs Android I could use Kodi directly on it. Netflix runs perfect on it too (I've just binge watched The Witcher on it)Views are subjective though so I recommend going into your nearest Currys to compare them before buying elsewhere.HTH


Thanks for your reply. I had a look on ratings.com and they scored the Sony the highest and actually said it was better than the Samsung. Makes you want to question how Which can score them so differently and someone else who had purchased the LG based on Which review also questioned the light bleed and HDR quality. I will go have a look in Currys but sadly they do not stock the 8600 and all of their TVs are set up on their HDMI loop to show the quality of 4k when in reality I want to see how they perform in SD and HD
Waterboy853528/12/2019 21:00

I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and …I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and found the Sony to have both the best build quality AND picture quality.The Sony is the only one with a fully backlit screen and you can tell especially when in a darkened room, as I could definitely see light bleed from the edges of the other 2 and not uniform. The Samsung has the best UI, second the LG with the Sony lacking, but I had the Sony for better screen, better standard sound, and because the Sony runs Android I could use Kodi directly on it. Netflix runs perfect on it too (I've just binge watched The Witcher on it)Views are subjective though so I recommend going into your nearest Currys to compare them before buying elsewhere.HTH


Lol I would definitely not use which magazine for a point of reference when it comes to AV tech.

In terms of PQ the Sony of the 3 is superior.
Smartguy129/12/2019 09:09

Thanks for your reply. I had a look on ratings.com and they scored the …Thanks for your reply. I had a look on ratings.com and they scored the Sony the highest and actually said it was better than the Samsung. Makes you want to question how Which can score them so differently and someone else who had purchased the LG based on Which review also questioned the light bleed and HDR quality. I will go have a look in Currys but sadly they do not stock the 8600 and all of their TVs are set up on their HDMI loop to show the quality of 4k when in reality I want to see how they perform in SD and HD


Stick some content on a USB drive and plug it in when there.

I went to curry's and they had some HD material for me to test also.

Were more than happy to play content for me rather than the demo loops.

Sadly they have no 65inch in stock.

Also the UI seemed fine to me. Also viewing angles were OK also for visiting guests lol.
Edited by: "simba2585" 29th Dec 2019
Thanks everyone for your input and putting some content on a usb drive is an excellent idea. I think I have decided on the Sony. I haven't owned a Sony before so sometimes nice to try something else.
Waterboy853528/12/2019 21:00

I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and …I looked at the LG and the Samsung QLED alongside the Sony instore and found the Sony to have both the best build quality AND picture quality.The Sony is the only one with a fully backlit screen and you can tell especially when in a darkened room, as I could definitely see light bleed from the edges of the other 2 and not uniform. The Samsung has the best UI, second the LG with the Sony lacking, but I had the Sony for better screen, better standard sound, and because the Sony runs Android I could use Kodi directly on it. Netflix runs perfect on it too (I've just binge watched The Witcher on it)Views are subjective though so I recommend going into your nearest Currys to compare them before buying elsewhere.HTH


Took the wife to Currys today and she liked the Sony XF9005. She didn't like the Samsung as it was silver! I had already removed the LG from my choice even though I have had their TVs for the last 12 years. I haven't forgiven them for advertising my 50LB650V as having "LG's unique IPS panel". Mine doesn't and it has a VA panel by AU Optronics. Nothing wrong with the panel to be fair and I could possibly find the same manufacturer's panel in the Sony.
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