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Sony KD65XF9005 65-inch 4K HDR LED TV £1645 (£1445 after cashback) @ TPS
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Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
This is my first post be gentle 😁 you get £200 cashback from tps after you purchase the tv not sure how to get the sony tv picture on the post?
hillJu16

I'm booked in for Saturday delivery so far great service they took the £200 cashback off straight away :D

hillJu16

(y) (y)

hillJu16

Not sure how to add the right photo I only got oled option to select

niceroundpound

@hillJu16 i've added the correct image for you :)

markwigg

great deal, but you might want to update the photo so people know its not the OLED.

Panasonic TX-65EZ952B 65 inch OLED 7 year warranty + free wall bracket £1995 @ TPS
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Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
Looks a great deal. Panasonic TX-65EZ952B FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket 4K PRO HDR 4K Pure Direct Studio Colour HX2 THX disp… Read more
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da_murphster

Temptation removed! I would have bought this if it were not for the various worries I had about motion issues. I don't really want to compromise when I am dropping £2k on a TV! Holding out for either the updated version of this panny or an LG in black friday sales.

Hotshot_147

Expired out of stock.

daveykinetic

the a9 and a7 processing must be a Swizz because by the sounds of it they are no better than the e6 from 2 years ago and probably all the same lol

robo989

Finally some sense from a fellow poster here. Everyone jumps on the defensive when the LG OLED's processing gets mentioned. I had a 77 inch C8. Motion interpolation artifacts were obvious and constant. Higher frame delay than competitors and HDR brightness was rubbish. Oh and like you say when it couldn't work out the motion correctly... Stutter.

daveykinetic

totally agree. I had an e6 and the motion processing was abysmal. full of artefacts and stutter. my ez952 has stutter yes but very rarely and no artefacts at all I can see even with ifc set to max. I've also read on av forums that the alpha 7 and 9 processors are just as bad as the e6. full of motion interpolation artefacts. pleased i got the Panasonic. it's a much better tv imo

Sony KD49XF9005 49-inch 4K HDR LED TV £795 after £200 cashback (£995 with blu-ray) @ TPS UK
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Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
£200 CashBack or FREE UBP-X800 4K Blu-ray Player. Says including delivery but I think they charge if its too far from there store Ashton-u-Lyne. TPS - The Perfect Signal. Anybody… Read more
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bazwinder

Looks like you got the last one too. OOS.

naz400r

Its cheaper than £795, if you can pick up its -£30 & if you dont need the wall bracket its -£10. I've reserved mine today for £755. Upfront payment £55 and £700 when its in stock to pick up. Professional over the phone, cant fault em so far

hbo86

Completely agree with this Sony 49inch for £795 is a great price. If they made a oled below 55 I would've paid the money but can't go bigger than 50

kharma45

Can't see any TVs in this size (or ideally around 42") as well spec'd as this. The Hisense U7A looked promising until I realised the 50" one is 60Hz, 55" and above is 100Hz. It's more than I wanted to spend but it does look to be a quality TV, and a 7 year warranty is great. Plus as time goes on it seems if you want a TV with all the bells and whistles you need to be going for a screen that's 55"+. Anything less always seems to have a compromise.

hbo86

I really don't know I only had Brief time with both TVs and the Hisense was 100hz but the Sony was alot smoother no banding during football for example.

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Sony BRAVIA KD55XF9005BU 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV YouView £1195 (£995 after cashback) @ TPS UK
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Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
First time post, but use HUKD a lot. Lets hope I get this right. I saw this in the comments for a similar deal last week, but not this actual deal, so listing for anyone that misse… Read more
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Mrlossy

yes I've pm'd you...

ceepan

I am looking to submit a price match as I too get discounted vouchers through my employer. When you put the price you wanted to match, did you just put 995 in the box and add a note about cashback?

hbo86

Cheers. Yeah does have great reviews the motion is meant to be great. And I didn't want to babysit the oled TV.

pjr007

Are I see, enjoy it! was struggling to find a 49 or 55" (preffered the latter) that had great reviews at a decent price and didnt want to spend more that £1000. Thsi website is great for buying tips, cant fault the reviews the Sony has got, plus the 49" had rave reviews in What Hifi...no brainer for me really. My exsiting 50" plasma is 10 years old, so I expect to see a massive difference withthe new Sony

hbo86

Haha mines being delivered today already purchased. I hope I get a good panel.. what made you go for the Sony?? I really wanted a oled but felt this was the next best thing at a sensible price. Richersounds have a 7 day price match I keep thinking maybe black Friday it will drop below £1000 but you know.

Sony KD65XF9005BU  4K HDR LED TV Auto £200 off £1745 @ TPS UK
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Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
One of the best mid range TV you can buy. This is about as low as last year's model got. John Lewis will price match.
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panda3382

If you are buying another item that is a great deal. I had similar 4 years ago when bought a TV from them and needed a surround system. They were good to deal with.

Dobsie

Sony store offering £350 voucher back offer on the 65" version bringing it down to £1400. Shame it's a voucher and not cashback...

nipacurrant2

https://centresdirect.co.uk/p-31521-sony-kd-55xf9005-kd55xf9005bua.aspx

aeykeay

This or Q7F.

madmal

I'll try and collate all that I did and post. The main one is get rid of youview.

Sony KD-55A1 55-inch 4K OLED TV - £2345 (+£250 cashback or PS4 or Blu Ray Player) @ TPS UK
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Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Sony KD-55A1 55-inch 4K OLED TV Offering £250 cashback (or ps4 or UBP-X800 Blu-ray player) & 7 year warranty (manufacturers 5yr +2). OLED Display X1 Extreme™ processor 4K HDR … Read more
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220e

I called them, they take the £250 off the price & will also take off an extra £10 if you don’t want the wall bracket. That takes the 65 inch to £3,235 & the 55 inch to £2,085. I can’t find it this cheap anywhere & there’s the extra 2 years warranty & 24 months interest free if you need it. I am purchasing the 65 inch on Tuesday when they reopen, they confirmed the £3,235 price for me. Currys and John Lewis will price match but will only give 18 months interest free and no extra warranty.

sootyvrs

Where can I find info on the £250 cashback? Can't seem to find info on this?

hotdealretards

If you say so snowflake ..... Looks like I upset a fanboy .. oh well

220e

You’re either a Troll or you haven’t got a clue about TV’s, muppet

220e

Been looking for a deal on the 65ins & I’ve not found one as good as theirs, £3495 + £250 cashback + free wall bracket + 2 years warranty on top of the standard 5 year = 7 year warranty + 24 months interest free if required. Thanks OP

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Sony KD55XE8577SU 55-inch 4K HDR LED TV at TPS for £895 + postage @ TPS
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Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Sony 55 4k TV with £250 cash back or 4k Sony blu Ray player
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krazykush

Actually a very valid point. Thanks for that. Will give them a call tomorrow and see what they would be willing to do!

gp2

if the tv's okay, instead of sending it back, i'd negotiate a discount from them. It'd suit both part and i'm sure they'd consider

krazykush

So RS swapped over the TV today, however the new TV is also missing the same stuff (IR blaster, manual, batteries)!! So weird!! Furthermore, the box came damaged with a massive gash in the front where the screen is! You can literally put your finger through and feel the screen. Delivery company was useless and tried to take out the TV from the top and have left their paw prints all over it. Not happy!!

Smiffy21

Anyone else getting clouding issues? Had mine replaced with TPS (Easiest process ever) but it still has problems. I know it’s edge lit but my last edge lit from Sony was flawless!

kh4tri

Tv received today from TPS. Hopefully get it setup tomorrow. Looking forward to see the picture quality. Hope it is worth the price paid

Sony KD65XE9005BU 65-inch 4K HDR LED TV + FREE WALL BRACKET £1595 @ TPS
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Found 27th Nov 2017Found 27th Nov 2017
Being in the market for a 65” TV, the Sony XE9005 seems to be a great set and I haven’t seen it cheaper than this, and comes with a free wall bracket too.
sep35

Hi, ive read some informative posts here on tv’s in the last week. I have a question im looking at the 49 qled q7 and the xe9005 49. Does anyone know which would be the best for normal viewing.

shariifi

How about SD sources, any good on this one or the Panasonic 65DX902b?

Broathboy

What John Lewis shop was this, thanks

ddaddy

🙄

ddaddy

I will go and have a look tomorrow. It's still £1699 on their website and they offered me a price match at £1595.

Sony KD65XE9005BU 65-inch 4K HDR LED TV - £1,695 @ TPS UK
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Sony KD65XE9005BU 65-inch 4K HDR LED TV X-TENDED DYNAMIC RANGE™ PRO Enjoy a beautiful night view, full of dazzling lights and deeper blacks. With up to five times1 the contrast o… Read more
ReflexReact

So this then?

kapszone

Not heard of TPS, worth getting it price matched with JL ?

RyanFitzsimmons

If it's not an oled then the 65 inch XE90, as linked in this deal, is widely regarded as the best non oled you can get without breaking the bank. Would definitely go for the 65" xe90!

FionnMac

Fingers crossed mate. If they don't go that low though, what other 65" 4k would you recommend? You seem more informed that me! Thanks

nappkins

Sorry that didn't make sense. What I meant was my budget is around £1500 so no 65 oled for me! :( (lol)

LG OLED 4k TV model number OLED65B7V price down again £2595 @ TPS
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Found 27th Oct 2017Found 27th Oct 2017
Price drop finally but this had been at 2519.10 a few months ago. That said there is a 7 year warranty, I have bought from TPS in the past and they are very good, also they do in h… Read more
DaveH

been out of stock for ages so I have expired it.

DaveH

I hope you are right but I am not taking any bets!

tigro

Got a feeling this will be massively reduced come black Friday. I will bide my time till then. CURRYS always seem to have a decent tv on a black Friday deal. I've a feeling this will be the one. I expect it to he closer to the 2k mark but time will tell.

DaveH

https://www.tps.uk.com/?tab_name=LG&tab_id=59&choice_name=OLED TV&choice_id=4&product_group_id=320&product_name=LG_OLED65B7V_65-inch_4K_HDR_OLED_TV&product_id=3663&choice_type=1 Price Drop time

sumpter

Can anyone confirm how much TPS charge delivery on a TV outside of Manchester?

Sony KD65XD8599BU - £1295 @ TPS
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Found 30th Jan 2017Found 30th Jan 2017
seems like an excellent TV and it's cheaper here than anywhere else also 7 years warranty apparently
hassony

​8 bits

lionkhan1

10 bit?

hassony

bought from john lewis as they promised to price match

Bigdiv

I'd take the extra two year warranty over that penny :D

bestbuy123

​This because Sony produce some of the highest quality products on the market. In the long run this would be a better investment

Sony KD55XD8599BU 55-inch 4K HDR LED TV @ Tps £849
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Got one myself from Currys for £100 more last week. Very good TV .Seems good price . Taking 4K to the next level with HDR, the Sony KD55XD8599 makes pictures more believable than … Read more
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smg1984

HDR is not resolution

HacKage

If true, those people need to get to specsavers!

delusion

Why? I know lots of people that struggle to see the difference between sd/720p/1080. Why wouldn't this be the same?

Mr_Mister

I am looking for a Sony 55" but can anyone tell me the main difference between this model and the following two please? http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55xd7005/sony-kd55xd7005bu http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55xd8005/sony-kd55xd8005bu

msundhu

price up to £899 now

Sony 43" 4K HDR SMART TV + Free Sony Blu-ray + Free wall bracket + Free 7 year extended warranty + Free delivery - £649 @ TPS UK
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Found 10th Nov 2016Found 10th Nov 2016
SAVE £££ Sony KD43XD8088BU TV FREE BDPS1700 Blu-ray FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/tps.uk.com Currys price comparison - (£689.00… Read more
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budgio

http://i.imgur.com/ko3VGSt.jpg

budgio

it has a 10 bit panel.

docma

Meant if you have money sorry for the typos

docma

It has 10 bit panel Check review at rtings it's called x80 in us Displyspecicfication have been wrong before However it doesn't get as bright as ks7000 It's ok for gaming not excellent Overall it's midrange 4K tv with HDR and 10 bit panel Heated for the price bit if you have obey and you are a gamer then go for ks7000 in 49 inches is 899 at John Lewis with their excellent customer service

Jaybeam

I second that

Sony KDL50W756CSU 50-inch LED LCD TV + 7 year warranty + FREE wall bracket + fixing kit + Free delivery £499 @ TPS
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Found 31st May 2016Found 31st May 2016
Good price, a bit cheaper than Amazon and Tesco (£29) but Its the warranty that makes this a great deal, 5 year warranties are usually around £120 on £500 tvs. Features: X-Realit… Read more
linhang90

4K 50" sony identical looking Tv was going for about £479 at AO.com a few wks ago.. Been posted here. But 7 yr warranty sounds tremendous.. Altho never heard of the retailer

aa64xyz

not 4k etc etc

AJ92

oO 7yrs :|

Panasonic TX-P42X50B 42-inch Plasma TV  - TPS £299
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I follow these guys on twitter as I bought a Plasma from them last year. Without a doubt some of the best customer service I have had from this place. They do an offer each week, … Read more
samansam

where is the BUY button?

fresno.bob

What is this, 1080i?

sidesey

Got this recently, highly recommended, can't fault it, except it does take a while to actually turn on, but assume that is normal for plasma's?

Heat.Sink

Not everything you hear is right! Which is why common sense is so important.

Legend83

Popped over to my Mum's the other day and Dad had secretly bought one of these - I was gobsmacked at how good the picture was. Africa on BBCHD was stunning. Motion was pretty smooth (though not perfect), colour was rich and natural and contrast was ace. HOT HOT HOT!

Panasonic TX-P50VT30B 50-inch Plasma TV £999 @ TPS
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3rd option down. The Panasonic TX-P50VT30B £999 with free 5 year warranty (If you buy instore only for the warranty) Available to buy online with free delivery. Great TV and a g… Read more
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DaveH

brilliant find. Did not buy this one from them punted for the bigger one as they had it and many others on offer. The only 50VT one they have left is a display model but its been professionally calibrated so will be the best pic you can get from the TV well worth a buy. Hopefully my one will arrive tomorrow.

oliverreed

Really, do tell?

hightower4

Wow Very hot, this tv was around £2200 before xmas!

ccbb2000

That is a brilliant find Cheers

brigtondoc

To something from the pound shop most likely.:D George

42" Panasonic £399 inc 5 year warranty £399 @ TPS UK
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Found 15th Aug 2011Found 15th Aug 2011
This seems like a vary good price for a panny with a free 5 year warranty.
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dooper

Cheap plasmas don't have better blacks, e.g. this C3... mediocre blacks... hence the need to spend more to to get a plasma with decent blacks, e.g. the S30

lumsdot

I agree Plasmas are better, plus they give you bragging rights. Neighbours: I see you bought a new LCD TV No its a PLASMA (and then conitinue to bore them explaining why plasma have better blacks and faster response etc etc)

dooper

Review here http://www.avforums.com/review/Panasonic-C3-TX-P42C3B-42-Inch-Plasma-TV-Review.html Verdict is 'Good', which is respectable, behind the higher 'Reference' & 'Excellent' verdicts. Summary... On the face of it the TX-P42C3B is a competent display that offers exemplary build quality and impressive performance thanks to an accurate image and very good video processing. The TX-P42C3B is incredibly responsive in Game mode with an input lag of only 16ms and for this reason we suspect that it might be aimed more at the gaming market which would explain the lower gamma setting. Certainly the screen size is better for gaming and the lower resolution is less of an issue when many games themselves are at a 720p resolution. However, despite a redesigned chassis the TX-P42C3B uses last year’s technology and thus inherits last year’s problems, specifically the issues with 50Hz material. Thanks to the lack of a black filter and low gamma setting the TX-P42C3B also suffers from mediocre blacks and a disappointing dynamic range. In addition, whilst the TX-P42C3B has Freeview HD it doesn’t have any internet or streaming capabilities and uses last year’s menus and software. The TX-P42C3B is also lacking in even the most basic user accessible calibration controls such as a White Balance - let alone a CMS - which some of Panasonic’s competitors offer even on their entry level displays. Whilst we appreciate that the TX-P42C3B is an entry level product, we can’t help but feel that it offers too little overall, even at this price point and the reality is that there are entry level plasmas from other manufacturers that offer far more in terms of features and performance. For example the LG PK350 is in the same price range as the TX-P42C3B but it uses a 1080p panel and includes full calibration controls. If you're looking for a panel for gaming then the TX-P42C3B is worth considering but if you’re looking for a panel for watching high definition content then there are probably better options for the discerning consumer. If you really want a Panasonic Plasma, then keep saving for this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-P42S30B-42-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B004TFDSUQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1313405070&sr=1-1

lumsdot

A HUKD post for this model from M & S exists (1 week) ago £ 380- with delivery and 5 guarantee https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-42-tx-p42c3b-plasma-tv-with-freeview-hd-379-00-delivered-deal-day-free/990111

MrWani

Voted cold.... Decent TV and Panasonic are also my fav but this is very basic spec and cheaper on a google search (Richer sounds £329 / £362 with 5yr warranty) +ve's Freeview HD -ve's Not 1080p No usb Only 2 HDMI inputs