Sony KDL65W855CBU 65 Smart 3D TV - Black £979 AO.COM
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Sony KDL65W855CBU 65 Smart 3D TV - Black £979 AO.COM

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Found 11th Feb
Full HD, sharp, clear picture close to 4K, Freeview HD, Freesat, Android and 3D, Not a bad deal. £1500 when launched.

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Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)

I'd avoid AO too (aren't they owned by ebuyer? Sh*t company)

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jaydeeuk1

Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that … Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)I'd avoid AO too (aren't they owned by ebuyer? Sh*t company)[/quote[quote=jaydeeuk1]Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)I'd avoid AO too (aren't they owned by ebuyer? Sh*t company)



You are wrong. What is HDR?
Read the description before you post a comment. It says Full HD.

1080p (full HD) and not 4k so HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either.

AO.com imho are excellent and not owned by ebuyer en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…rld
Edited by: "Maevoric" 11th Feb

jaydeeuk1

Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that … Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)



You're looking at twice the price or more for a real HDR TV at 65"

The W80C/W85C is Sony's top of the range Full HD TV from last year, it's aimed at the best quality for everyday content rather than featuring cutting edge hardware that's not supported by most content yet.

Maevoric

1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) … 1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either



That's incorrect. Sony's new WE75 for example is Full HD and HDR (well, wide gamut and HDR format support).

Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 11th Feb

Maevoric

1080p (full HD) so not 4k so HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) … 1080p (full HD) so not 4k so HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present



Actually, HDR isn't tied to resolution, and Sony are bringing HDR to many of their 1080p sets.

techradar.com/new…fit

jaydeeuk1

Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that … Am I right in thinking this one doesn't meet HDR premium spec (not that sony use it)

Maevoric

1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) … 1080p (full HD) so not 4k and HDR (High Dynamic Range ie deeper colours) wouldn't be present either



Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k.
No spank you. Have seen albeit smaller oled 1080 sets for this price.

jaydeeuk1

Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k. No … Didn't realise this was 1080p, just assumed being a grand it was 4k. No spank you. Have seen albeit smaller oled 1080 sets for this price.



Not really relevant, everything 65" and above carries a huge price premium.

EndlessWaves

Not really relevant, everything 65" and above carries a huge price … Not really relevant, everything 65" and above carries a huge price premium.



It's relevant if you value picture quality over size which I imagine if you're spending a grand you probably (should) do.

Anyway, deal's bombed as I thought it would.
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