Sony KD65XE8596BU 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1162.80 with code / co-op membership - Co-op Electrical
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Sony KD65XE8596BU 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1162.80 with code / co-op membership - Co-op Electrical

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Found 9th Jan
Use Code PCT75 for the £75 discount and if you are a co op member you also get 5 % on top back too. Total would be £1162.80 for this TV.


Tempted to go for it... still holding out though I think for an OLED.
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nicp015 m ago

Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled …Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster


that’s like someone putting a deal up for a Ford Focus, for someone to say it’s cold because Ferrari have launched their new 140k car
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Also they have a couple more Sony TV's you can apply the same deal too.
Edited by: "themuir01" 9th Jan
Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster
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nicp013 m ago

Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled …Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster


Haha yeah but they won't be less than £1200. I'm unsure about Sony, come on Techy people wade in please and let me know if this is any good :-)
nicp015 m ago

Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled …Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster


that’s like someone putting a deal up for a Ford Focus, for someone to say it’s cold because Ferrari have launched their new 140k car
nicp0136 m ago

Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled …Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster



True, but as a prototype.

However, LG also prototyped a foldable 16 inch at CES 2016 which has never come to market, so the chances of this 88 and/or 65 OLED prototype coming to market can probably best be described as "maybe, sometime, never"

So thanks to OP for submitting this deal as their deal is on the market now.
10bit and all?
How does this compare to the Samsung MU9000?
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I found a good review of the 55 " version

avforums.com/rev…184
Applying the same code to the 55XE9005BU brings it down to £1074 which seems a good price (no expert as not tracked the XE90s as bit over my budget).
Edited by: "ridicfox" 9th Jan
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ridicfox3 h, 27 m ago

Applying the same code to the 55XE9005BU brings it down to £1074 which …Applying the same code to the 55XE9005BU brings it down to £1074 which seems a good price (no expert as not tracked the XE90s as bit over my budget).


Plus you will get 5% back too if you are a member
Hi,
Got an LG OLED B7V Some Sky channels are unwatchable. I tried ever setting but it did'nt make much of a difference. I had a samsung Q6 which had a better picture, OLED hardware with terrible LG software is no good trust me, until and unless LG doesn't come out with proper software their OLED TV's will be a pointless purchase. I don't watch Blue ray DVD's all the time. Most people watch normal TV most of the time and it doesn't do anything to the picture quality. My 5 year old samsung 4K UE6900 is still awesome. if you want to buy a TV test them on normal Sky then make your decision.
nicp014 h, 52 m ago

Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled …Tempting, but LG at CES today have an 88in Oled and even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster


Ok is that under £1200?
Fyi the 55" version of this was £850 with a sony 4k blu ray on black friday. Just to measure difference and compare.

As foe the tv itself, very very gd. Some menus are quick on android tv, others delay. Has gd connection with alexa. 4k hdr looks great (tho not oled level of course).
vinit1 h, 12 m ago

Hi,Got an LG OLED B7V Some Sky channels are unwatchable. I tried ever …Hi,Got an LG OLED B7V Some Sky channels are unwatchable. I tried ever setting but it did'nt make much of a difference. I had a samsung Q6 which had a better picture, OLED hardware with terrible LG software is no good trust me, until and unless LG doesn't come out with proper software their OLED TV's will be a pointless purchase. I don't watch Blue ray DVD's all the time. Most people watch normal TV most of the time and it doesn't do anything to the picture quality. My 5 year old samsung 4K UE6900 is still awesome. if you want to buy a TV test them on normal Sky then make your decision.


This should be a standard reply to all OLED postings on HUKD. Describes the issues in a nutshell. The older models are still awsome and the latest technologhy is just too new.
johnmcdon1 h, 47 m ago

Ok is that under £1200?


Nope, my apologies, I was just reading the paper at the time and saw things to come...I'm waiting for a 65 or > oled sub £1000 not LG..
How does this compare to a OLED
supplyuk1 h, 9 m ago

How does this compare to a OLED


about £1500 cheaper for a start
Edited by: "tazg101" 9th Jan
nicp0120 h, 59 m ago

even better a 65 oled which can be rolled up like a poster


And what is the point of that gimmick then?
tazg10114 h, 15 m ago

about £1500 cheaper for a start


Can pick up a OLED for £1800
jimmythehill5 h, 16 m ago

And what is the point of that gimmick then?


The weight, the size rolled, portability for demos, ah but does it roll from left to right or top to bottom or vice versa...next will be folding when they invent it, then holograph..
supplyuk4 h, 13 m ago

Can pick up a OLED for £1800


65”? Send me the details please
tazg1014 h, 25 m ago

65”? Send me the details please


Sorry my mistake. I meant QLED. I've had a 65'' OLED and sent it back, was not right. Seemed like the picture would fast forward now and again like it was catching up. The optical was playing up also. Sport was good though.
A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. For normal tv viewing a watching movies would this set be a better choice? I'm swaying towards oled thinking the extra money would be better in the long run for picture quality but this topic is making me think otherwise
tovtm1 h, 12 m ago

A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. …A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. For normal tv viewing a watching movies would this set be a better choice? I'm swaying towards oled thinking the extra money would be better in the long run for picture quality but this topic is making me think otherwise


I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my heart set on the OLED...
Benf18 h, 27 m ago

I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my …I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my heart set on the OLED...


Exactly just be good for someone to give us some pros and cons of the two

Have a look at this for a fairly good summary of the current issues with LG OLED TVs:


I'd personally recommend the Sony xe9005, a step up from the model posted on this deal. For the money, IMO it's too early to invest in an OLED.
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