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Sony KD65XG7003BU 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £679 @ Hughes
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Sony KD65XG7003BU 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £679 @ Hughes

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Posted 1st Feb

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The Sony KD65XG7003BU has been packed full of powerful technologies to ensure you get an incredible viewing experience on whatever you choose to watch.

Thanks to Sony's Triluminos Display you are treated to a full palette of colours all of which are in true to life accuracy. Every single hue and shade is richly and accurately recreated. Also thanks to Sony's 4K X-Reality PRO Technology, even standard images from TV or other sources are boosted to as near 4K resolution as possible, ensuring that you get an incredibly clear image regardless of what you are watching.

The Sony KD65XG7003 features Sony's Motionflow XR 200Hz which provides smooth motion to deliver much clearer and steadier images. So whether you are watching a fast action movie or a big sports event, this TV will handle anything chucked its way and deliver that perfect image. HDR maximises picture quality, bringing detail to the darkest areas of the picture as well as making the overall image look more life-like than ever. With HDR10 and HLG formats covered, this Sony 65" TV is compatible with a wide range of HDR movies, games and TV.

Thanks to Freeview HD which is built-in to your new TV, you are able to enjoy many of your favourite programmes without needing to get a paid subscription. Freeview HD is the way to go for free-to-access digital TV through your existing aerial.

The Sony KD65XG7003 comes with a smart new and intuitive interface for accessing your favourite smart TV. Clear graphics show 20 YouTube recommendations on the top row of the start page, the most recently used apps below and the most recently watched channels below that - all your entertainment shown on a single page. The new interface requires far fewer steps when searching and searches for content across multiple apps simultaneously.
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I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid around £500 as a temporary one before getting something better next year and as a big budget TV it does the job really well.

Points to note -
- It is NOT an Android TV (I have mine hooked up to a Shield TV so no issues there)
- 3 HDMI's and 2 USB's
- Standard remote with Netflix shortcut
- Picture modes need tweaking to get the best out of it - the HDR mode is awful imo
- Works well the PS4 Pro
- A LOT of backlight bleed which is noticeable if you are off center, not so much if your bang on
- Sound is adequate but if its your main telly get a soundbar for de bass

Other than that no issues, great TV for the price. If anyone wants any info let me know.
£679 for a 65” Sony 4K, why is this not extremely hot? Anyone else think back 10years to when you bought a 32” 1080p tv for over a grand
Same price at curry’s now with voucher code 150TVSAVE and if anyone is lucky enough to be able to buy gift cards through their work schemes they will save a further 8% so that brings it to £625.
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Not a single comment and yet added to highlights - must be good
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 1st Feb
4.5 Star reviews from 230 people on argos argos.co.uk/pro…527
hmmmm do i need another tv tho? lol
£679 for a 65” Sony 4K, why is this not extremely hot? Anyone else think back 10years to when you bought a 32” 1080p tv for over a grand
PennyTrader01/02/2020 21:54

Not a single comment and yet added to highlights - must be good


Maybe it's had a lot of click outs and people have been buying it without commenting, it's not all about the comments

Have a great day ahead
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1 yr guarantee?
PlanetP02/02/2020 06:49

1 yr guarantee?


I think so mate, Sony offer a 1 year manufacturer guarantee
Same price at curry’s now with voucher code 150TVSAVE and if anyone is lucky enough to be able to buy gift cards through their work schemes they will save a further 8% so that brings it to £625.
I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid around £500 as a temporary one before getting something better next year and as a big budget TV it does the job really well.

Points to note -
- It is NOT an Android TV (I have mine hooked up to a Shield TV so no issues there)
- 3 HDMI's and 2 USB's
- Standard remote with Netflix shortcut
- Picture modes need tweaking to get the best out of it - the HDR mode is awful imo
- Works well the PS4 Pro
- A LOT of backlight bleed which is noticeable if you are off center, not so much if your bang on
- Sound is adequate but if its your main telly get a soundbar for de bass

Other than that no issues, great TV for the price. If anyone wants any info let me know.
skaif02/02/2020 10:50

I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid …I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid around £500 as a temporary one before getting something better next year and as a big budget TV it does the job really well. Points to note - - It is NOT an Android TV (I have mine hooked up to a Shield TV so no issues there)- 3 HDMI's and 2 USB's - Standard remote with Netflix shortcut- Picture modes need tweaking to get the best out of it - the HDR mode is awful imo- Works well the PS4 Pro- A LOT of backlight bleed which is noticeable if you are off center, not so much if your bang on- Sound is adequate but if its your main telly get a soundbar for de bassOther than that no issues, great TV for the price. If anyone wants any info let me know.


Hi my technical knowledge of TVs is abysmal. I have been looking for ages for a tv that will be used in a "cinema room". Basically I just want a great-looking picture and a big tv. I plan to get a soundbar too. With that in mind, would you recommend this tv?
Can't find any reviews
skaif02/02/2020 10:50

I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid …I have this set - albeit the international version (I'm in the ME). Paid around £500 as a temporary one before getting something better next year and as a big budget TV it does the job really well. Points to note - - It is NOT an Android TV (I have mine hooked up to a Shield TV so no issues there)- 3 HDMI's and 2 USB's - Standard remote with Netflix shortcut- Picture modes need tweaking to get the best out of it - the HDR mode is awful imo- Works well the PS4 Pro- A LOT of backlight bleed which is noticeable if you are off center, not so much if your bang on- Sound is adequate but if its your main telly get a soundbar for de bassOther than that no issues, great TV for the price. If anyone wants any info let me know.


What's the input lag
Same price John Lewis 5 year guarantee Silver or Black version
Hotnotspicy02/02/2020 20:16

Same price John Lewis 5 year guarantee Silver or Black version


They must have just dropped the price now. Unable to link or post, but good to have your comment here.
Smalldog8502/02/2020 08:45

Same price at curry’s now with voucher code 150TVSAVE and if anyone is l …Same price at curry’s now with voucher code 150TVSAVE and if anyone is lucky enough to be able to buy gift cards through their work schemes they will save a further 8% so that brings it to £625.



There is a legit way of buying Currys vouchers with 20% off the face value.
Synchronized12302/02/2020 11:52

Hi my technical knowledge of TVs is abysmal. I have been looking for ages …Hi my technical knowledge of TVs is abysmal. I have been looking for ages for a tv that will be used in a "cinema room". Basically I just want a great-looking picture and a big tv. I plan to get a soundbar too. With that in mind, would you recommend this tv?


If your not too fussy about the picture and will get a soundbar then it should be fine. If your bothered about black levels, colour reproduction, ghosting etc this is not the TV for you. If you dont want to spend a lot to get a big TV, its a big budget TV from a reputable brand. Can't go too far wrong.
shahidali4702/02/2020 15:28

What's the input lag


Don't have anything to measure it with but I have it hooked up to a PS4 pro with Game mode on. I play COD and other online games - no issues from me (I'm a bit crap but I'm not blaming the TV for that!)
skaif03/02/2020 04:15

If your not too fussy about the picture and will get a soundbar then it … If your not too fussy about the picture and will get a soundbar then it should be fine. If your bothered about black levels, colour reproduction, ghosting etc this is not the TV for you. If you dont want to spend a lot to get a big TV, its a big budget TV from a reputable brand. Can't go too far wrong. Don't have anything to measure it with but I have it hooked up to a PS4 pro with Game mode on. I play COD and other online games - no issues from me (I'm a bit crap but I'm not blaming the TV for that!)


Thanks skaif something to think about
Hotnotspicy02/02/2020 20:16

Same price John Lewis 5 year guarantee Silver or Black version


Any idea of the difference between this one and the John Lewis one which has a different model number (KD65XG7093)?

update: It appears the KD65XG7093 has XR400 motionflow whereas the KD65XG7003BU has XR200.
Edited by: "Casseus" 3rd Feb
I bought an older model in the "7000" range about a year and a half back and I have to say it's as basic as basic can be. While you can get a very nice picture after a bit of tweaking there are a few things that still irk me about it.

It's not an Android TV so it freezes quite often and the only way to fix it seems to be pulling the plug and starting again, the basic Sony UI is really unattractive and cumbersome, the screen does suffer with backlight bleed too but hands-down the most annoying thing about the 7000 models is the info bar at the top of the screen, it comes up at any opportunity, it covers a significant portion of the screen, it lingers for what feels like an eternity and you can't disable it (you can on anything 8000 and up).

With all this in mind, I can see why it's a good price for a large screen Sony TV, the picture and the few apps you get are decent but I think I'd rather spend a bit more on one of the Android ones just for a better overall experience.
How does this stack up against the XE9005?
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