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Sony KD55XD8599BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports £1059.99 at Cooperative Electrical
Sony KD55XD8599BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports £1059.99 at Cooperative Electrical

Sony KD55XD8599BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports £1059.99 at Cooperative Electrical

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Any one thinking of buying this tv should look at the AV forum owners page...

andrewdean84

Any one thinking of buying this tv should look at the AV forum owners … Any one thinking of buying this tv should look at the AV forum owners page...



I'm struggling to find anything negative on there, which I assume is what your implying. any chance of a link to the thread.

Original Poster

i would appreciate a link to the thread also. I am seriously considering buying this. Went to Currys last weekend and viewed various tv's which I appreciate all run the currys demo program etc. Viewed this tv and at one side was a samsung at £1399 and a panasonic a little cheaper. Can't remember the model numbers etc but picture wise this looked the best out of them all. All were 55inch tv's, 4k HDR etc. If anyone has bought of one these can they please comment on their experience with the tv in a real life scenario using SD, HD and 4K.

This looks good - too bad I just bought the 55X8509 for £799

trades777

i would appreciate a link to the thread also. I am seriously considering … i would appreciate a link to the thread also. I am seriously considering buying this. Went to Currys last weekend and viewed various tv's which I appreciate all run the currys demo program etc. Viewed this tv and at one side was a samsung at £1399 and a panasonic a little cheaper. Can't remember the model numbers etc but picture wise this looked the best out of them all. All were 55inch tv's, 4k HDR etc. If anyone has bought of one these can they please comment on their experience with the tv in a real life scenario using SD, HD and 4K.



if he ever does reply with a link. I'm going to guess its the 80+ page thread from last year for x8509. all the info/problems in that thread are irrelevant now, as they have been sorted, and the android tv platform is pretty solid now. sure you get the odd wee issue now again, like every android device, but nothing that's a deal breaker for these tvs.

I have the x8509, its the best buy I have made in a while. had it almost a year now.
Edited by: "Deedie" 24th Aug 2016

Original Poster

thanks for the reply deedie.You recommend the sony tv's (appreciate older model) and if you have one that sounds good to me. In the shop, like I stated above, it appeared to have the best picture but I am always weary as you don't get a real picture/scenario when viewing in those circumstances.

tom6195

This looks good - too bad I just bought the 55X8509 for £799



From where can't get hold of 55x8509?

Deedie

I'm struggling to find anything negative on there, which I assume is what … I'm struggling to find anything negative on there, which I assume is what your implying. any chance of a link to the thread.



avforums.com/thr…50/ we must be looking at different forums...
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