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Sony KD75XG8096BU 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Android TV - £949.05 (using code) @ Currys / eBay

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Posted 1st Jul

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Great value 75" Sony TV for just £949.05 using promo code PRODUCT5. Free delivery.

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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
  • 2 Year Guarantee

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 purchased this last week
with 5 years warranty
got them to price match it yesterday
great tv for the money
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Edited by: "paul.boucher" 1st Jul
Abs_H01/07/2020 23:15

How far are you sat from the tv and did you consider any other Tvs before …How far are you sat from the tv and did you consider any other Tvs before this one?


About 9 ft
using it in the bedroom
reason I decided on the Sony is that I have the Sony 85inch down stairs and was Impressed with that
I did have the oled 65E6V In the bedroom which was incredible but wanted something decent for work
75inch at work would have been a overkill
got to say the Sony looks big in the bedroom lol but love it
I did think swapping from on oled I would see a huge difference in PQ but this model is quite impressive
and for £949 on this size don’t think anything would come close
it as descent blacks , colours look great and gaming is very good
Edited by: "paul.boucher" 2nd Jul
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Got this tv last week from currys instore for £999. Great tv so far. Do they price match from in store purchases? I no they do the 7 day thing online? Also got some Sony soundbars to go with it (and one for other tv) £199.99 for 320w w/ wireless sub. They seem really good too. I did look online and there’s discount codes for them, if I used that and waited for this, I’d have saved near on £100. Heat from me
paul.boucher02/07/2020 17:11

For me I would always go bigger so yes the extra £1000 it’s worth it for th …For me I would always go bigger so yes the extra £1000 it’s worth it for the 85 inch I also use the epson TW7300 with a 110inch screen i use the tv for gaming and watching sky tv and the projector for movies the 85 also looks great when wall mounted that extra 10 inch makes a big difference both TVs produce a great picture if you have the cash go with the 85 you will also get the 5 years warranty


I've got a laser projector on a fixed 2.35 140 inch screen and also a 9ft 16.9 screen electric screen that drops down in front of the fixed screen (last pic)


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I don't think you get the 5 Year warranty though.
heat @merb0786
Abs_H01/07/2020 22:10

I don't think you get the 5 Year warranty though.


Afraid not
I purchased this last week
with 5 years warranty
got them to price match it yesterday
great tv for the money
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Edited by: "paul.boucher" 1st Jul
paul.boucher01/07/2020 22:24

I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match …I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match it yesterday great tv for the money heat[Image]


Looks fantastic
Got the 43inch version of this, great picture quality for the money. The 75inch is great value if you got the space, plus Google assistant voice control included
Spending this kinda money one needs 5yrs warranty minimum
paul.boucher01/07/2020 22:24

I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match …I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match it yesterday great tv for the money heat[Image]


Currys online?
montana7801/07/2020 22:46

Spending this kinda money one needs 5yrs warranty minimum


Can't always have everything unfortunately.
That is one big telly.
paul.boucher01/07/2020 23:03

Yes m8


How far are you sat from the tv and did you consider any other Tvs before this one?
Don't buy an expensive TV without an extended warranty. Plenty of good deals with 5 or 6 years included depending on the retailer. I have a Sony Bravia, horizontal line across screen after 15 months use. It's covered so they'll exchange. More you spend more you have to lose.
i_need_bargains02/07/2020 00:22

Don't buy an expensive TV without an extended warranty. Plenty of good …Don't buy an expensive TV without an extended warranty. Plenty of good deals with 5 or 6 years included depending on the retailer. I have a Sony Bravia, horizontal line across screen after 15 months use. It's covered so they'll exchange. More you spend more you have to lose.


Any good 75inchers?
Edited by: "Sebo" 2nd Jul
Finally a 75 inch deal
I ll wait till it hits £750 and I ll bite
montana7801/07/2020 22:46

Spending this kinda money one needs 5yrs warranty minimum


Get richer sounds to price match
paul.boucher01/07/2020 22:24

I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match …I purchased this last weekwith 5 years warranty got them to price match it yesterday great tv for the money heat[Image]


Got who to price match
May I ask why are Sony’s more expensive than standard lg or Samsung ?
How old is this TV, what year was this TV released?
Nicolas02/07/2020 01:03

Get richer sounds to price match


Will they price match ebay?
Nicolas02/07/2020 01:04

May I ask why are Sony’s more expensive than standard lg or Samsung ?


I believe they have more quality components.
I so wanna get this.. but I know because of ps5 and xbox series one X S X having 144hz capability there will be alot of TVs with this feature. So I may wait for that.
montana7802/07/2020 01:41

I so wanna get this.. but I know because of ps5 and xbox series one X S X …I so wanna get this.. but I know because of ps5 and xbox series one X S X having 144hz capability there will be alot of TVs with this feature. So I may wait for that.


Believe both of those are 120hz@4k, with the target 4k@60hz. I've seen nothing about 144hz with either.
as7202/07/2020 03:08

Believe both of those are 120hz@4k, with the target 4k@60hz. I've seen …Believe both of those are 120hz@4k, with the target 4k@60hz. I've seen nothing about 144hz with either.


Silly Me. Yes you're right 120hz. Lol. Been so into 144hz on monitors I forgot 120hz exist. Lol. LG oled is native 120hz I believe. On website it shows the 9 series sony have true 120hz
Nicolas02/07/2020 01:02

Finally a 75 inch dealI ll wait till it hits £750 and I ll bite


Or 850 for 85 inch
By the time you can get 65 inch for under £400
Abs_H01/07/2020 23:15

How far are you sat from the tv and did you consider any other Tvs before …How far are you sat from the tv and did you consider any other Tvs before this one?


About 9 ft
using it in the bedroom
reason I decided on the Sony is that I have the Sony 85inch down stairs and was Impressed with that
I did have the oled 65E6V In the bedroom which was incredible but wanted something decent for work
75inch at work would have been a overkill
got to say the Sony looks big in the bedroom lol but love it
I did think swapping from on oled I would see a huge difference in PQ but this model is quite impressive
and for £949 on this size don’t think anything would come close
it as descent blacks , colours look great and gaming is very good
Edited by: "paul.boucher" 2nd Jul
paul.boucher02/07/2020 12:50

About 9 ftusing it in the bedroomreason I decided on the Sony is that I …About 9 ftusing it in the bedroomreason I decided on the Sony is that I have the Sony 85inch down stairs and was Impressed with thatI did have the oled 65E6V In the bedroom which was incredible but wanted something decent for work 75inch at work would have been a overkillgot to say the Sony looks big in the bedroom lol but love it I did think swapping from on oled I would see a huge difference in PQ but this model is quite impressiveand for £949 on this size don’t think anything would come close it as descent blacks , colours look great and gaming is very good


Thanks for the info. Do you have the same model in 85 inch?
Abs_H02/07/2020 12:54

Thanks for the info. Do you have the same model in 85 inch?


No problem
using the slightly older model KD85XG8596BU
montana7802/07/2020 12:08

Or 850 for 85 inch By the time you can get 65 inch for under £400


Every inch counts
That’s what she said
Just in case anyone has a filthy mind she was referring to the tv
Edited by: "Nicolas" 2nd Jul
paul.boucher02/07/2020 12:56

No problem using the slightly older model KD85XG8596BU


Which do you prefer? I'm toying with the 85 but will save a lot of money with the 75..is it worth the extra grand or so for the 85? My main viewing will be Netflix, streaming, you tube and some TV in HD and some gaming.. Movies will be on my projector in another dedicated room..
Bear in mind guys as this isn't common knowledge the 75" version of this TV is the ONLY model in the XG8096 range with the (far better imho) VA panel for better contrast etc. All other XG8096 Sony TV's use an IPS panel.
People are tempted by this makes me wonder how big everyones houses are?!. If i put a 75 inch in my living room i wouldnt have to wallpaper or paint a whole wall.
This looks great but without 5 year warrantee I am not keen. Will anywhere price match that offers 5 years?
Abs_H02/07/2020 15:16

Which do you prefer? I'm toying with the 85 but will save a lot of money …Which do you prefer? I'm toying with the 85 but will save a lot of money with the 75..is it worth the extra grand or so for the 85? My main viewing will be Netflix, streaming, you tube and some TV in HD and some gaming.. Movies will be on my projector in another dedicated room..


For me I would always go bigger
so yes the extra £1000 it’s worth it for the 85 inch
I also use the epson TW7300 with a 110inch screen
i use the tv for gaming and watching sky tv and the projector for movies
the 85 also looks great when wall mounted
that extra 10 inch makes a big difference
both TVs produce a great picture
if you have the cash go with the 85
you will also get the 5 years warranty
Edited by: "paul.boucher" 2nd Jul
Never again. OS on Sony TV feels really sluggish and slow. Had a 43" 4k one few years back and its really put me off Sony. I'll stick with LG from now on
I've always belonged to the school of thought that you get a much more immerserve viewing experience on a big screen TV over a smaller TV with 'better' specs. I'd always recommend prioritise deciding on what size screen you can 'fit in' and then concentrate on that aspect rather than going for a smaller TV with manufacturers 'better' specs as you might not ever appreciate them and probably won't on day to day general TV usage.
paul.boucher02/07/2020 17:11

For me I would always go bigger so yes the extra £1000 it’s worth it for th …For me I would always go bigger so yes the extra £1000 it’s worth it for the 85 inch I also use the epson TW7300 with a 110inch screen i use the tv for gaming and watching sky tv and the projector for movies the 85 also looks great when wall mounted that extra 10 inch makes a big difference both TVs produce a great picture if you have the cash go with the 85 you will also get the 5 years warranty


I've got a laser projector on a fixed 2.35 140 inch screen and also a 9ft 16.9 screen electric screen that drops down in front of the fixed screen (last pic)


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