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Sony BRAVIA KD65XG9505BU, 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Android TV + 6yr warranty £1169.10 @ Richersounds
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Sony BRAVIA KD65XG9505BU, 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Android TV + 6yr warranty £1169.10 @ Richersounds

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Posted 2nd Apr

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* X1 Ultimate for powerful picture processing

*Stunning contrast and detail from Full array LED backlighting with X-Tended Dynamic Range Pro

*The smoothest images with X-Motion Clarity

*HDR support, including Dolby Vision

* Acoustic Multi-Audio for enhanced sound

*Android TV

* Built-in Google Assistant and advanced voice control makes finding content easier than ever. You can find new entertainment, check schedules and control your smart home simply by talking to the screen. For universal control, the system also works with Alexa (once connected to a suitable device) and Apple AirPlay/HomeKit via AirPlay.

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Same price in John Lewis but with 1 year warranty less. Just in case anyone needs to use their J.L vouchers.
Heat added for this set OP 🔥
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 2nd Apr
Hope the operating system is sorted now. I have the predecessor to this set (2 years old) in 55" size and the OS is always crashing.
This or samsung 65 qled80 ?
My personal preference would be the Sony. Both strong TV'S. I guess price is an important factor.
Want this
Sony is good. Especially this one.
I have this model and it's fantastic. OS runs flawlessly. Love the new remote and voice search function is very good.
uri8902/04/2020 07:28

This or samsung 65 qled80 ?


Both great tvs, Q80 has slightly better viewing angles, which may be important depending on your room layout. It is also probably very slightly better for sports and gaming, and the majority prefer the Tizen operating system to Android TV. From memory the Sony is a little bit brighter and the Sony seems to currently be a good bit cheaper at main retailers. I don't think there's much in it and likely to be very happy with either, but I'd just lean to the Q80 for the snappy user interface.

If you had access to an employee portal the 65 inch Q85 was on offer for about £1,120 the other day and if you didn't mind the lower warranty, it may be worth looking out for this kind of deal reappearing, although stock may be winding down now.
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 2nd Apr
I only ever buy Sony TV's and currently have a 4 year old (I think) 60" TV in the Lounge area. I have been dithering recently about buying a 4K TV in preparation for the forthcoming new Xbox.

I recently considered deals on here for 65" Sony Centre refurbs but resisted due to refurb/12 month warranty.

Took the plunge on this deal although I am trying to pay off my car loan early.

So thanks OP - HEAT ADDED
Edited by: "TheBiker" 2nd Apr
uri8902/04/2020 07:28

This or samsung 65 qled80 ?


This, if pq is the main priority I've seen them both side by side with the same content and the Sony has better colour reproduction, motion handling and upscaling. A closer comparison would be the Q85 or Q90

I own neither but see them both regularly, oled suits my environment better
Mrsweet02/04/2020 09:21

Both great tvs, Q80 has slightly better viewing angles, which may be …Both great tvs, Q80 has slightly better viewing angles, which may be important depending on your room layout. It is also probably very slightly better for sports and gaming, and the majority prefer the Tizen operating system to Android TV. From memory the Sony is a little bit brighter and the Sony seems to currently be a good bit cheaper at main retailers. I don't think there's much in it and likely to be very happy with either, but I'd just lean to the Q80 for the snappy user interface.If you had access to an employee portal the 65 inch Q85 was on offer for about £1,120 the other day and if you didn't mind the lower warranty, it may be worth looking out for this kind of deal reappearing, although stock may be winding down now.


Thanks very much for the detailed anwer
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