Sony KD55XD9305BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, 3D, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports at CoOp Electrical for £1199.99

Sony KD55XD9305BU Black - 55inch 4K Ultra HD TV, 3D, Smart, LED, Freeview HD, WiFi, 4x HDMI Ports at CoOp Electrical for £1199.99

Found 24th Dec 2016
Been waiting for price drop for a while. Was £1899 couple months back but now dropped down to £1299.99 and further £100 reduction using code CPTV100. There also a 4.6% topcashback.

Full Spec.

Guarantee 5 Years

Colour Black

Depth (mm) 261 mm

Height (mm) 769 mm

Width (mm) 1239 mm

3D Ready

A device, which is capable of operating in 3D mode (in addition to regular 2D mode) when fed with a suitable source such as a 3D Blu-ray Disc player. The device will utilise one of several display technologies to recreate a stereoscopic image.


3D Technology

The creation of a 3 dimensional image by enhanced depth perception. This is achieved by creating two slightly different images, which are filtered by 3D glasses so that each eye receives a different view. The brain interprets this as a 3 dimension image.


Digital Freeview

Digital Freeview is the equivalent of a TV tuner, which locates and locks onto all of the freely available Digital TV channels broadcast from ground based transmitters.


DLNA Compatible

Protocols, which allow compatible Audio, Visual & Data appliances to link or 'Network' together around the home. In practice all your digital devices will be able to interact together, sharing data from your PC, TV, Internet, Media & Mobile sources.


Ethernet Port

A computer network connection or port which will allow a suitably equipped TV or display screen to connect to a computer network and potentially to the internet via router/modem.


HD Ready

A Television or Video Screen capable of displaying High-Definition pictures when connected to a compatible High Resolution device such as a Blu-ray player or an HD Decoder and fed with the uprated signal.

4K Ultra HD

HDMI Connections

A high quality digital connection between data source and display screen carrying both sound and vision signals. The current HDMI 1.3 standard carries high-definition audio and a broader colour spectrum and the new HDMI 1.4 standard supports 3D playback.


Includes 3D Glasses None

Integrated Wifi

A TV or display screen with a Wi-Fi or wireless internet receiver built-in thus allowing the device to connect the internet via an wireless router/modem.

Yes Integrated Wifi

Internet and Smart

A TV capable of connecting to the internet either by an Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection, displaying media content from sources including You Tube, Skype, BBC iPlayer etc.


Picture Processing

An array of features devised by companies to enhance picture quality. These include Colour Management, Resolution Enhancer, Picture Noise reduction, Detail Enhancer and Motion Flow. These systems control key areas of the display and optimise the picture.

XR 1000Hz Motionflow

Promotion 5 Year Guarantee Included

Screen Size (inches) 55 "

Skype Compatible

Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice & video calls and chats over the Internet and is popular for its additional features including instant messaging, file transfer & videoconferencing.


Sound Processing

Dolby Labs, SRS & LucasfilmTHX specialise in augment audio to produce 3 Dimensional sound effects. Systems including Dolby Digital & DTS generate 3D surround sound and create effects mimicking cinema or live theatre sound to enhance the viewing experience


TV Screen Type LED

USB Connection

A type of data connection used by PC's and peripherals to interconnect with each other, now being used on TV & AV devices to transfer large media files and films to media players and display screens.


Weight (kg) 24.9 kg


Great tv

Why not pay £100 more and get the 65 inch?

been waiting for this tv to get near £1000, great reviews on it


Why not pay £100 more and get the 65 inch?

Where from?

Is this 10bit panel?


That's not the same model, the XD93 is far superior.


Not even close all excited thinking I could get a 65" XD9305 for £1300
Edited by: "N1Andy" 25th Dec 2016

Why is this not super hot?

It's got energy B rating. Just assumed TVs these days would have A rating. Anyone know the what this means in terms of extra electricity costs?
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