Sony KD43XE8004BU 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV 5yr Guarantee & Free Delivery £510 with code @ co-op electrical
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Sony KD43XE8004BU 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV 5yr Guarantee & Free Delivery £510 with code @ co-op electrical

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Found 3rd Feb
ok not the cheapest its been, but best deal at the min that I could find. To get it at that price you have to:

  • Use voucher - CP40 (£40 off)
  • Go through Topcashback (2%)
  • Become a Coop member - (5%)

As far as I can tell this is the best 43" TV you can buy at the min (that should start a few comments!)

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4K UHD, Edge LED BACKLIGHT SYSTEM WITH Frame DImming, 4K X-REALITY PRO, TRILUMINOS.

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I turned down an opportunity a few days ago to get the 49” for 429 because of the issues people have raised with the menu being unusable. 510 for the smaller version is really expensive.
Dan_Monkfield2 m ago

I turned down an opportunity a few days ago to get the 49” for 429 because …I turned down an opportunity a few days ago to get the 49” for 429 because of the issues people have raised with the menu being unusable. 510 for the smaller version is really expensive.

Zero issue with menu for me. Just update software every so often (touch of a button) and its silky smooth, even the built in Android ain't bad!
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Yup - and the 43" was cheaper than it is currently, but those deals are over. If you missed out on those deals and want this TV, this is the best deal I could find
Dan_Monkfield19 m ago

I turned down an opportunity a few days ago to get the 49” for 429 because …I turned down an opportunity a few days ago to get the 49” for 429 because of the issues people have raised with the menu being unusable. 510 for the smaller version is really expensive.



matmajot15 m ago

Yup - and the 43" was cheaper than it is currently, but those deals are …Yup - and the 43" was cheaper than it is currently, but those deals are over. If you missed out on those deals and want this TV, this is the best deal I could find


AMAZON have 49" 'used like new' in stock for £411.84
AJ9234 m ago

AMAZON have 49" 'used like new' in stock for £411.84


Why would you want a used TV
adz1925 m ago

Why would you want a used TV


you really asking why buy a used tv

Main reason: PRICE
Edited by: "AJ92" 3rd Feb
I paid £557 for the 49 inch one from RS with 6 years cover and Iam very pleased with it. I will happily buy the 43 inch one for another room but it has got to be cheaper..mmay be around £350
adz1923 m ago

Why would you want a used TV


Why wouldn't you?
AJ9223 m ago

you really asking why buy a used tv Main reason: PRICE


By that logic you might as well buy used big roll too then
Chasloyal6 m ago

By that logic you might as well buy used big roll too then


big roll
AJ924 m ago

big roll


Beg your pardon, predictive text at its best

*bog roll/toilet tissue

All used but great because of price
Chasloyal3 m ago

Beg your pardon, predictive text at its best*bog roll/toilet tissueAll …Beg your pardon, predictive text at its best*bog roll/toilet tissueAll used but great because of price


enjoy amazon.co.uk/gp/…sed
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AJ926 h, 31 m ago

AMAZON have 49" 'used like new' in stock for £411.84


49” too big for my place. I did consider an open box, but you generally don’t get an extended guarantee and I got caught out on my last open box tv so not keen again
I must be lucky as my last 2x 55" tvs have been Sony 4k & LG B6 from Warehouse and they worked very well. I now have an LG E7 so don't have them any more. I would be that i could get a bigger size for alot less money then 43" but can't due to available space. You get the normal 1yr warranty (although has been longer for me) with warehouse items and you could always go with Domestic & General as an example.
Edited by: "AJ92" 3rd Feb
matmajot34 m ago

49” too big for my place. I did consider an open box, but you generally d …49” too big for my place. I did consider an open box, but you generally don’t get an extended guarantee and I got caught out on my last open box tv so not keen again


No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the quality difference of 4K content on one of these 'portables' under 50 inches

An educated guess says your 'place' is bigger than our bedroom but we've still been in the market for a decent spec 55 incher for at least 6 months now.

40 inch tellies were 'big' a dozen or so years ago but technology has moved on so much and prices have tumbled so dramatically that I would say anything under 50 inches is small in 2018. Put it in to context, your average soundbar is probably three or even three n half foot long(or should that be wide) nowadays.
It may be the cheapest currently but considering last week's deal on the 49" I wouldn't say this is hot. Maybe tepid?
AJ928 h, 29 m ago

AMAZON have 49" 'used like new' in stock for £411.84


Where? Can't find them.
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Chasloyal1 h, 41 m ago

No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the …No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the quality difference of 4K content on one of these 'portables' under 50 inches An educated guess says your 'place' is bigger than our bedroom but we've still been in the market for a decent spec 55 incher for at least 6 months now.40 inch tellies were 'big' a dozen or so years ago but technology has moved on so much and prices have tumbled so dramatically that I would say anything under 50 inches is small in 2018. Put it in to context, your average soundbar is probably three or even three n half foot long(or should that be wide) nowadays.


Read “my place” as “my wife”
matmajot53 m ago

Read “my place” as “my wife”


You will have to run that by me again
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Chasloyal1 h, 18 m ago

You will have to run that by me again


Well I thought it was ok, my wife however thought it too big!
matmajot35 m ago

Well I thought it was ok, my wife however thought it too big!


Right I got you now but I didn't originally, perhaps a few too many Jägers too early

So anyway for what it's worth Mrs Loyal was very girly about such things once but now she's had a few years with yours truly she'd be the first to say once you've sampled your Game of Thrones that BIG there's no going back

It's precisely why she's all for something larger in the bedroom now although she's had her head turned by those ambilight charms that 55 incher Philips POS9002 has round the rear I'm still all for the sleek shiny body that makes the Samsung QE55Q7F so appealing
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 3rd Feb
Only selected TVs are 5% cashback currently Samsungs only.
Chasloyal17 h, 40 m ago

No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the …No place is too small for a proper telly, you can't even notice the quality difference of 4K content on one of these 'portables' under 50 inches An educated guess says your 'place' is bigger than our bedroom but we've still been in the market for a decent spec 55 incher for at least 6 months now.40 inch tellies were 'big' a dozen or so years ago but technology has moved on so much and prices have tumbled so dramatically that I would say anything under 50 inches is small in 2018. Put it in to context, your average soundbar is probably three or even three n half foot long(or should that be wide) nowadays.


Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small bedroom mate.
ricardocosta10297716 h, 18 m ago

It may be the cheapest currently but considering last week's deal on the …It may be the cheapest currently but considering last week's deal on the 49" I wouldn't say this is hot. Maybe tepid?


I think the definition of what is hot or not should be based on price comparison with what you can purchase right now, rather than on what the priced used to be in the past (i.e. no longer available to purchase at that previous price)
Edited by: "Bestard" 4th Feb
Bestard1 h, 9 m ago

Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small …Yeah good luck trying to fit one of your 'normal sized' tellies in a small bedroom mate.


Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'


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This old Samsung is a 46", with the medieval jumbo bezel round it you may as well deem it a 50 incher so I reckon we can easily pull off a 55" set in there even more so once we spun the bed round so the headboard is up against the wall of the angle I just took the pic from.
Chasloyal45 m ago

Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'[Image] This old Samsung is a 46", with the …Our bedroom is about 14' by 10'[Image] This old Samsung is a 46", with the medieval jumbo bezel round it you may as well deem it a 50 incher so I reckon we can easily pull off a 55" set in there even more so once we spun the bed round so the headboard is up against the wall of the angle I just took the pic from.


And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.
My response was to your comments which seemed to suggest opting for a large TV regardless of room size.
I am in need of a TV for the small bedroom / boxroom. I imagine a wall mounted 32" is about as large as I can get away with - and even that may look odd in a room that is approx 6 foot by 8 foot.
And at those sizes I do not believe 4k is available.
Bestard1 h, 11 m ago

And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.My …And that's all very well for a decent sized bedroom such as yours.My response was to your comments which seemed to suggest opting for a large TV regardless of room size.I am in need of a TV for the small bedroom / boxroom. I imagine a wall mounted 32" is about as large as I can get away with - and even that may look odd in a room that is approx 6 foot by 8 foot.And at those sizes I do not believe 4k is available.



Blimey our bed is 7' by 6'4" even with a single bed where's the wardrobe/chest of drawers go?

Without going down the route of what's proper 4K and what's fabricated 4K I am not sure if there's many if any 10 bit panels under the 50 incher threshold. Okay I imagine there's quite a few at say 49" but to the best of my knowledge the lower 40's tend to only be 8 bit.

I can tell you seem to have been convinced anything over that size will be too big but in your position I would still go for a far bigger size, especially if that is the telly you will spend most of your time viewing/gaming on.

If you spend a large percentage of your time in front of the telly the size of the room and/or its cost should not put you off buying what you want, as long as you are willing and able to spend x&x amount on it

The people that give it that "nothing screams out 'chav' louder than a big telly" one invariably tend to be the people who haven't got the disposable income to blow a couple of grand on a nice set a lot of the time.

We spend far more time at home watching movies, tv shows and playing video games than we do in our motor. Hence we do buy a lot of rather pricey home entertainment goodies regularly, have Sky Q multiroom etc but only drive a bog standard 1litre eco whatever 66 plate Focus.

Others spend their dough on different stuff, it's totally up to you to buy what you see fit no matter how much others disagree with you.
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