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Sony KD75XG8096BU 75 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Android TV - £989.10 (using code) @ Currys PC World
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Sony KD75XG8096BU 75 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Android TV - £989.10 (using code) @ Currys PC World

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Posted 3rd Apr

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Fab 75" TV from a reputable brand like Sony for under a grand. Use code SONYSAVE10 at checkout. Free delivery.

Product features
  • TRILUMINOS display for true-to-life colour
  • Picture quality: Motionflow XR 400 Hz
  • HDR: HDR10 / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
  • Freeview HD with YouView

Cinematic action

Get cinema-style visuals in your cosy living room with the Sony BRAVIA KD75XG8096BU 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant. You're already getting the quality of a 4K UHD screen, and Sony's X-Reailty Pro takes it to another level. Every pixel on the display is enhanced so you get striking details, clear colours and fantastic definition in everything you watch. Your favourite movie never looked so good.

Motionflow XR keeps pace with the action


When you're watching fast-paced entertainment you need a TV that won't stutter. The Sony KD 75XG80‘s Motionflow XR tech cuts out jutters for smooth viewing, you won't miss a moment of that lightning-quick football counter attack or a single frame of a frantic action scene.

Rich colours and clear details

Sony BRAVIA's brilliant TRILUMINOUS display colours always look vivid and clear. Switch on a nature documentary and see for yourself - from the deep blue of the ocean to the bright colours of the amazing underwater creatures, you'll feel like you're swimming around with them.

Voice control

With Google Assistant built-in to the XG80, you can control your TV with simple voice commands. Change channels, dive into YouTube, or even control your other smart home devices. Just ask Google and it'll handle the rest.

There are loads of entertainment choices too - all your favourite apps are there, including BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Prime Video, and more. Or use Chromecast or AirPlay to play direct from your smartphone. You can also pair the TV with an Alexa speaker for handsfree control.

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I think this is £60 pounds cheaper than when it was last posted here a few days back.
Warranty?
Thanks
Well, I do need cheering up.
Does it have any local dimming?
merb078603/04/2020 11:58

@Diamond_Studd @benhornsby1999 you guys got enough space for this beast? …@Diamond_Studd @benhornsby1999 you guys got enough space for this beast? Lol


Dammm now that is just wow
I once saw a tv this size in America took me a while to adjust to it, was massive and lit up the whole room - then it took me a while to get used to the smaller tv's
Heat @merb0786
Great price merb
Diamond_Studd03/04/2020 12:05

Dammm now that is just wowI once saw a tv this size in America took me a …Dammm now that is just wowI once saw a tv this size in America took me a while to adjust to it, was massive and lit up the whole room - then it took me a while to get used to the smaller tv'sHeat @merb0786


Haha! I wish i had the space for this - i have seen one in person in Costco and it really is ridiculously big!!
I had just ordered this on ebay the other day and it arrived 10 days ahead of schedule this morning. I've contacted Currys to request they refund the difference.
BigCol403/04/2020 12:20

I had just ordered this on ebay the other day and it arrived 10 days ahead …I had just ordered this on ebay the other day and it arrived 10 days ahead of schedule this morning. I've contacted Currys to request they refund the difference.


Good job
hotmama2603/04/2020 11:57

Does it have any local dimming?


Don't believe so, its edge lit I believe. I have the xe model of this TV and its quite bad when watching dark scenes at night time - lots of white blotchiness. However, I paid £1900, so this is a bargain.
Paid more than this for 55” model on here from a curry’s football deal years ago (been repaired 7 times literally just one bored in the back of mine) good 4K viewing though but even my model has bad for dark moments.
I got this recently in 65".

Android TV, despite what I'd read, seems decent and runs just fine with minimal lag. The speakers are much better than expected. Remote is cluttered. Fair amount of fiddling with the picture options needed as the picture was very gloomy out of the box - the auto brightness thing should definitely be turned off. I like that you can assign the 3.5mm headphone jack to different things like a line level out.

Other downside of note is that, for some reason, you can't just download ITV hub and a few others (BBC iplayer is fine) - you can only get it through youview - but you can't use youview unless you plug in an aerial to tune the channels in. No logic behind that.

It definitely isn't great on dark scenes but it's only really a noticable issue on a completely black screen like you get in a transition shot. Otherwise the picture is very good on 4K stuff - it's not too terrible on SD.
The 2019 models brought a much needed overhaul to OS and remote. Love the improvements on both. But for a 75" Sony TV this is cracking price. Personally I would take the hit on size and get the more recent 65" xg9505.....
Nice laggy interface and poor quality .Sony ain't what they used to be.
Edited by: "muckspreader1" 4th Apr
muckspreader104/04/2020 11:00

Nice laggy interface and poor quality .Sony ain't what they used to be.


The newer models have been overhauled. Alot better than they used to be for sure.
merb078603/04/2020 12:12

Haha! I wish i had the space for this - i have seen one in person in … Haha! I wish i had the space for this - i have seen one in person in Costco and it really is ridiculously big!!


I have a 75” tv and I don’t think it’s that big. I personally don’t see why would buy smaller assuming you can afford it.
Anyone else find that the network connection constantly drops on their Sony TV?
Edited by: "BabyYoda" 4th Apr
We went for the 65" version of this (75" looked ridiculously big!) and it's honestly the most impressive gadget we've ever bought. Crisp picture, fantastic Android OS and some fab apps and extras. Highly recommend this.
BabyYoda04/04/2020 13:13

Anyone else find that the network connection constantly drops on their …Anyone else find that the network connection constantly drops on their Sony TV?


This has always been an issue with the Sony TVs that I have used, but only with the apps - probably cutting costs (cpu). Though the connected TV receivers, e.g. Sky and Now tv seem to work fine with the same apps..
jamiebeags04/04/2020 17:00

We went for the 65" version of this (75" looked ridiculously big!) and …We went for the 65" version of this (75" looked ridiculously big!) and it's honestly the most impressive gadget we've ever bought. Crisp picture, fantastic Android OS and some fab apps and extras. Highly recommend this.


How are you finding the built in apps, Netflix etc..?
BabyYoda05/04/2020 05:54

How are you finding the built in apps, Netflix etc..?


Sorry to jump in, we have an Android Sony TV. Had for about a year now. Originally the interface was a bit clunky and Netflix was a nightmare (would hang when starting) however since an update of the TV, everything is tickety boo and spot on.
Anyone who has criticism of Sony and their Android tv's are about a year behind reality.
robolots05/04/2020 12:03

Sorry to jump in, we have an Android Sony TV. Had for about a year now. …Sorry to jump in, we have an Android Sony TV. Had for about a year now. Originally the interface was a bit clunky and Netflix was a nightmare (would hang when starting) however since an update of the TV, everything is tickety boo and spot on.Anyone who has criticism of Sony and their Android tv's are about a year behind reality.


Only asking as I purchased the 49" XG9005 last month and it is a superb TV, only issue I have is that the network connection keeps dropping, ethernet and wifi. Thinking about getting a fire stick to mitigate it.
BabyYoda05/04/2020 12:17

Only asking as I purchased the 49" XG9005 last month and it is a superb …Only asking as I purchased the 49" XG9005 last month and it is a superb TV, only issue I have is that the network connection keeps dropping, ethernet and wifi. Thinking about getting a fire stick to mitigate it.


I'm using a wired networked connection via powerline home plugs and a switch. Never had a problem with anything that way and not having to rely on WiFi.
Also agree with the comment about itv, Channel 5 and more 4 via youview. But after installing via ariel once, removed ariel and now everything works fine without the ariel installed.
Edited by: "robolots" 5th Apr
robolots05/04/2020 12:26

I'm using a wired networked connection via powerline home plugs and a …I'm using a wired networked connection via powerline home plugs and a switch. Never had a problem with anything that way and not having to rely on WiFi.Also agree with the comment about itv, Channel 5 and more 4 via youview. But after installing via ariel once, removed ariel and now everything works fine without the ariel installed.



Wow, just checked and I think I was a couple of updates behind. The entire home layout has changed. Let's see how I get on.
BabyYoda05/04/2020 05:54

How are you finding the built in apps, Netflix etc..?


They all work very well - iPlayer, ITV hub, Netflix and Channel 4 app are great. Android games also work surprisingly well - as good as any mid-spec mobile. The only issue we've found is Prime Video lags a bit, but you can cast Prime from your phone straight to the TV's built in Chromecast anyway so no biggie, and also the absence of NowTV (they have said it'll be included in an Android update soon).
65" for 675 seems pretty good
Will it pass Atmos back to receiver?
£959 at Costco
Is this worth the price?
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