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Sony KD65XG9505BU 65" 4K Full Array Ultra HD HDR Dolby Vision Smart Android TV + 5 Year Warranty £1295 @ PRC Direct
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Sony KD65XG9505BU 65" 4K Full Array Ultra HD HDR Dolby Vision Smart Android TV + 5 Year Warranty £1295 @ PRC Direct

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Posted 5th Jan

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Lowest price for this excellent TV. Doesn't receive under an 8 for any category on Rtings...

X1 processor, Google Assistant built in and Dolby Vision. Best you could buy at this size/price if you do not want OLED.

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MODEL | KD65XG9505BU



Full Array LED | 4K Ultra HD | High Dynamic Range (HDR) | Smart TV (Android TV)


Step up to truly realistic pictures and sound
See how more exciting movies and shows can be when you combine the power of our 4K HDR Processor X1™ with Acoustic Multi-Audio


Pictures and sound in perfect harmony
Be in the moment with true-to-life pictures and acoustics to match. Beautifully detailed images combine with our Sound-from-Picture Reality™ for a captivating audio-visual performance.


Ultimate realism
With unmatched processing power, the Picture Processor X1™ Ultimate detects hundreds of different objects on screen and intelligently enhances brightness, detail and colour so everything you watch is clear, bright and incredibly realistic.



Enjoy studio quality with Netflix Calibrated Mode
This mode was specially developed to enjoy Netflix originals and reproduce the same picture quality on a TV as on a studio evaluation master. With Netflix Calibrated Mode, the creator's vision and intent is faithfully preserved.


Sound-from-Picture Reality™
Our Acoustic Multi-Audio™ system adds two sound positioning tweeters in the rear of the TV to the bass reflex speakers for Sound-from-Picture Reality™. With action and sound precisely aligned, your viewing becomes so much more immersive.


Experience true colours
See vivid real world colours all around you. A TRILUMINOS™ Display maps colours from a wider palette, faithfully reproducing every shade and hue in the umbrellas.


Make smart even smarter
You can ask your Google Assistant to find your favourites. It’s truly effortless and offers the ultimate viewing experience. Control Sony's Android TV™ and other connected devices using your voice - there’s no smarter way to run your life
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Can I swap for my 55xf9005 model
Swop the remote
Love the new reomote on this model. Long overdue upgrade. Great TV.
Blooming great
If it wasn't for the blooming this would have been by far the best LED TV of 2019.
Really good price, heat 🔥
The stand, the stand..... Get rid of that stand Sony!
cfbc05/01/2020 17:12

The stand, the stand..... Get rid of that stand Sony!


Yep prefer central pedestal
I saw a full array tv in currys and for a moment I thought it was an OLED, but upon moving closer it was obvious it was not, still very good black levels.

My advice is to wait for CES2020 in a weeks time when sites will report on this springs line up of full array tvs, leaks already are saying there will be a lot more of them on the market very soon, so hold fire as price of them will drop a lot.
ahh yep, from what hifi review

" Against
  • Blacks could be deeper
  • Some backlight blooming
  • Poor viewing angles
"
Now £1399
Everyone must have a cathedral for a living room these days except me
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 18:10

I saw a full array tv in currys and for a moment I thought it was an OLED, …I saw a full array tv in currys and for a moment I thought it was an OLED, but upon moving closer it was obvious it was not, still very good black levels.My advice is to wait for CES2020 in a weeks time when sites will report on this springs line up of full array tvs, leaks already are saying there will be a lot more of them on the market very soon, so hold fire as price of them will drop a lot.


Or just buy it and move on with life
Double-check the reviews people. FlatpanelsHD.com states that the 75 & 85" models (commonly reviewed) have different panels than other sizes and it's their X-wide feature that causes the blooming. The 65" model doesn't have X-wide so shouldn't be as bad.

Although, WhatHiFi review is of the 65"....yet on the other hand many people do question their reviews! Further research required
Edited by: "adam.mt" 5th Jan
steevojohno05/01/2020 14:16

Can I swap for my 55xf9005 model


Wish they done that like consoles, trade in your TV for a new one.
crazy_b05/01/2020 21:07

Or just buy it and move on with life



This flippant attitude is why people often experience 'buyers remorse' and will never do well in business.
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 22:08

This flippant attitude is why people often experience 'buyers remorse' and …This flippant attitude is why people often experience 'buyers remorse' and will never do well in business.


Lol.

I think the point is every single set has some negatives. You will never get 100% positive remarks.
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 22:08

This flippant attitude is why people often experience 'buyers remorse' and …This flippant attitude is why people often experience 'buyers remorse' and will never do well in business.


Not me buying cheap ass tv’s
Probably the best upper mid range TV available. It competes with the massively overpriced Samsung q90!
This or the c9 lg oled ? Its only about £250 more thats £50/year if keeping for 5 years whats better ?
jaffamuffin06/01/2020 02:29

This or the c9 lg oled ? Its only about £250 more thats £50/year if k …This or the c9 lg oled ? Its only about £250 more thats £50/year if keeping for 5 years whats better ?


What, only 5 years for your main four figure expensive TV?

My £1100 Panasonic Plasma is nearly 12 years old and has years of life left in it. No noticeable deterioration of oerformance in that set whatsoever!
Edited by: "TheHun6" 6th Jan
TheHun606/01/2020 20:56

What, only 5 years for your main four figure expensive TV? My £1100 …What, only 5 years for your main four figure expensive TV? My £1100 Panasonic Plasma is nearly 12 years old and has years of life left in it. No noticeable deterioration of oerformance in that set whatsoever!


Sorry i didnt realise it was a willy waving contest. I meant 5 years min, at least. My day to day tv is a 65” plasma from 2007 and my secondary tv is a plasma 42” from 2003. The former being a £10,000 set when new and the latter i think was about £4-5000 new. Im sorry what was it you were saying ?
Nothing wrong with wanting to upgrade your TV after 5 years if you want the latest tech and new picture technology...
Other than the c9 77 (Too expensive) is there any 75” tvs out there that have hdmi2.1 and the goodness of the c9 (refresh rates, 120hz) etc as all the cheap 75” are hdmi2 and basic sets really. Im trying to work out if the £1499 sony 75” xg85 is worth it when you can get half a dozen samsungs 75” for £800-£1000. Other than this deal being 65” not 75” its a great deal. Is the 65xg95 For 1295 better than the 75” Xg85 for 1499? Note for any ody that want to critique my tv choices its not for Me im happy with my tv situation asking for a friend
jaffamuffin07/01/2020 09:55

Other than the c9 77 (Too expensive) is there any 75” tvs out there that h …Other than the c9 77 (Too expensive) is there any 75” tvs out there that have hdmi2.1 and the goodness of the c9 (refresh rates, 120hz) etc as all the cheap 75” are hdmi2 and basic sets really. Im trying to work out if the £1499 sony 75” xg85 is worth it when you can get half a dozen samsungs 75” for £800-£1000. Other than this deal being 65” not 75” its a great deal. Is the 65xg95 For 1295 better than the 75” Xg85 for 1499? Note for any ody that want to critique my tv choices its not for Me im happy with my tv situation asking for a friend


I think the LG Nanocell's 8600, 9000 and 9800 have HDMI 2.1... 75 8600 is 1699
jaffamuffin07/01/2020 09:37

Sorry i didnt realise it was a willy waving contest. I meant 5 years min, …Sorry i didnt realise it was a willy waving contest. I meant 5 years min, at least. My day to day tv is a 65” plasma from 2007 and my secondary tv is a plasma 42” from 2003. The former being a £10,000 set when new and the latter i think was about £4-5000 new. Im sorry what was it you were saying ?


No worries. It just came across like there was an expectation of replacing high end after 5 years, which seems rather a short time. Maybe OK for the Vestel stuff, but wouldn't ordinarily expect to replace 4 figure stuff after such a short period of time. That's all.
TheHun607/01/2020 10:18

No worries. It just came across like there was an expectation of replacing …No worries. It just came across like there was an expectation of replacing high end after 5 years, which seems rather a short time. Maybe OK for the Vestel stuff, but wouldn't ordinarily expect to replace 4 figure stuff after such a short period of time. That's all.


It seems we are in a transitional state right now few tvs support the latest standards so it seems wasteful to spend a relative lot on ‘old ‘ tech. This year i expect more hdmi2.1 and lower oled prices the c9 65 has dropped from £2500 in may last year to £16-1700 now thats a grand drop in only a few months. But i need 75” minimum.
spinach_pie07/01/2020 09:58

I think the LG Nanocell's 8600, 9000 and 9800 have HDMI 2.1... 75 8600 is …I think the LG Nanocell's 8600, 9000 and 9800 have HDMI 2.1... 75 8600 is 1699



cool i did see these sets did not jnow they did the 120hz but i saw this review and it put me off a little bit youtu.be/NmU…yBw
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