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Sony KD55XF9005 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV  £1099 @ PowerDirect
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Worth a punt, it can be priced matched by richer sound and making it £1079.99 *** FREE 5 YEARS SONY GUARANTEE ***** SONY KD55XF9005BU Ultra-HD 4K-HDR (New for 2018) 55” SONY 4K-HD… Read more
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yes although it can be slow at times - couple of tips disable sony services and youview - especially youview as that slows everything down. apart from that, if you are in to android stuff and sideloading certain apk's, you can pretty much everything on your tv from one place. PM if you want details


What do think of the t.v.? You happy?


Yup but do not buy from them as they do not have it in stock and hold on to your money for a month. Refund process is a nightmare and customer service does not exist. I got richer sound to price match them last time using code sony100 so it will come down to that price again.


Typical of Power Direct price seems to drop when other stores are closed thus negating price matches.


Says £1199 on the website?

Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 LED HDR 4K Android TV, 49" cheapest with 5 year warranty at Bestavdeals for £899
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Found this, as I have been looking for a decent telly . It is advertised at 949 but if you use code SAVE50 it will be taken to 899. Cheapest I've seen online, and it comes with fre… Read more

Just cancelled my order at the £899 price after 3 days. Rubbish company


Price had gone up


Really like it made for the tv so fits in the legs nicely costco have it at a decent price around £330 i think at mo


Hi that's lookin great! How's the soundbar?


Yea I have been charged as I paid with paypal. If you don't want to be charged for backorders I think you have to call.

Sony KD49XF8096 49-Inch 4K Android TV - £589 @ Amazon
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Seems to be £699+ elsewhere Features 4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the brilliance of 4K HDR - Incredible contrast, real-life colours and exceptional 4K detail 4K X-Reality PRO - … Read more

Is this the same model?


Why on earth are these years Sony TVs dropping so fast??


The xf90 has -the new x1 extreme procceser so it shouldn't be sluggish, disabling YouView does help, I have 3 sony android TV from 1st generation x830 to my current xe 8004 couldn't be more happy especially the picture quality which is way more natural then Samsung


Have the xe93 and Android on it is buttery smooth no joke. Xf90 I think has an inferior chip to xe93 so perhaps why it’s sluggish. Or try disabling YouView


Sony should do some kind of a deal with Nvidia and put the innards of a shield tv inside. Would be super slick then & would always be up to date with the latest android OS :D

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purchase an eligible Sony BRAVIA 2017 or 2018 Android TV and receive two 4k movies from Google movie store, 3 months free music and free items for real racing 3
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Heads up for those wanting to buy or already has a Sony Bravia 2017 or 2018 model including the following models: AF8, XF90, XF85, XF87, XF83, XF80, XF75, A1, XE94, XE93, XE90, XE8… Read more
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My question as well - the offer was ONE movie last year and I also claimed it!


Got it for the 4k movies and subsequently binned the TV. Thanks.


Well the redemption period is very generous... Up to 2020 I think. I'm damn well hoping new titles will be added from now till then!


I was under the impression that the list never changed... if it does I’ll be gutted because I got two pants films!


Grabbed Blade Runner 2049 for my first free 4K movie . Visuals will be amazing on my new TV. Will wait to see what comes up in the next few months.

£899.90 Sony KD55XE9305BU 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV - Seller Refurbished hughes_clearance_outlet / Ebay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Seller refurb with 12 month warranty. I have one of these and it's brilliant! Five available at time of posting so hopefully it helps a few of you out.

The same as buying a car. You can get a new Ford for a lot less than a second hand Lexus.


I also have this TV; bought for £1100 back in January; no regrets. Motion was better than OLED, brightness excellent - (we have to turn it down, especially with HDR/Netflix). Black levels are superb - we watch in a dark room. We haven't used the built in tuners (it has freesat), built in apps are good, especially DisneyLife for kids. Android is a tad slow compared to using it on a phone and overall compared to Samsung TV OS, but not something which bothers me too much, we spend much more time watching tv than navigating menus!


It's because there are 55" tvs and 55" tvs, this is the latter.


This is a high end TV. Great picture quality. One of the best TVs for HDR due to its high level of brightness



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Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 ED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49" - £949 - 5 Year Warranty @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
I’ve been looking at getting this TV, price was £1049 at JL yesterday, same as Currys. It’s now £100 cheaper plus you get a 5 year warranty
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Bought this TV for use with PC / PS4 and it was a death of a thousand cuts for my personal needs. Official specs list 4k 60hz and 1080p 120hz but it's via frame interpolation and not native 120hz input over HDMI 2.0 even at 1080p. Interface was laggy for input switching, and when switching between apps on the same input it would attempt to recalibrate the display itself. It looked to be the holy grail of features but everything just fell slightly short and I got a refund. For anyone using it as a TV though I can imagine it being absolutely excellent; the vibrancy was second only to OLEDs of four to five times the price. Great for a smaller living room and 60fps content.


I was looking at the model before XF80 and XF85 and went to John Lewis today to compete the pictures. For what it’s worth, the picture quality on this model is by far superior! I was surprised how much difference there was! Let me know how you get on if you ask JL / Richer sounds for a price match.


Thanks Rishi Lack of power brick not an issue for me. 929 is a good price!


Best price I can find currently is £929. Which John Lewis and richer sounds will price match as these have a physical shop. Can anyone else see it anywhere cheaper than £929?


Also the XE9005 has the power block whereas the XF doesn’t have it

Grade A2 - ElectriQ 55" Curved 4K Ultra HD LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD Free Click and Collect £296.98 @ Appliances Direct
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Pretty self explanatory. You could get it for £281.98 if you sign up for the Free Trial. Which makes it even better. Decent reviews as well on the website. I think Cl… Read more
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OOS :(


And no scart - I'm out!


oh right! Lighthouse... funny... I've always thought they looked pretty cool. But all the ones I've seen had been like 600 quid.


It was a gimmick, a fad, you could only have one if you lived in a lighthouse etc etc.


What were people saying about them? haha.

SONY KD55XF9005BU 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview 5 year guarantee - £1049 Powerdirect
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
*** FREE 5 YEARS SONY GUARANTEE ***** SONY KD55XF9005BU Ultra-HD 4K-HDR (New for 2018) 55” SONY 4K-HDR Ultra-HD SLIM LED TV Dynamic images - Full Array LED Panel Wide colour gamut … Read more

my 1 year old hisense M7000 developed a vertical line down the middle, spent ages trying to get a repair sorted, they really are a crap company to deal with. eventually went back to the retailer who arranged collection. i assumed it was going off to be repaired but they refunded me in full! i got the MU9000 from crampton & moore for £718 with a five year guarantee - it was a £1500 tv last year!


Great price and considered one off the best tvs of 2018


Back to £1049.00 after discount (highfive)


John Lewis priced matched it for me, you can try them if that's an option. Price went up to £1179 at 9am, so I ended up paying £1079.


richer sounds would not price match

SONY KD65XF9005BU 65 inch 4K HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview £1599 inc. 5 yr warranty @ Power Direct
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Cheapest price at the moment for the best value mid-high end LCD LED TV around at the moment. A hybrid between last year's awarding winning XE9005 and XE9305 models. Use code SON… Read more

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As mentioned above now £1899 with sony100 code


Home insurance :P to be fair never used it so don't know how much it impacts future premium


What are the premiums on such cover?? ;)


if you get screen burn, get accident cover and one day the TV could miraculously fall with the screen shattering. You would get a new one without screen burn.

SONY KD55XF9005BU 55” 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview £1179 @ Power direct
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
*add the code sony100 at the checkout for an extra £100 of any Sony tv over £1000* *Not as good as the previous deal however a good price for someone after a descent 4K LED can ge… Read more

You knew exactly what I meant. You are just being awkward Current LED Tv's are in fact LCDs so I'm rephrase it. LCDs can't advance any futher.


You said LED is not advancing and by you own admission and furious Googling it obviously is. 'LED is getting worse. It isn't, it has just found it's point where the technology cant advance any further'. What has LCD got to do with it :/


And he or she are right


The OP introduced this as a descent 4K TV


Yes they do. Each LED acts as a pixel where a LCD uses LEDs as a back light. What you know s current LED is actually LCD with a LED backlight. As I said for the final time it's a completely different technology. Maybe you need to Google it

SONY XF90 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview + 2 free UHD/4K google play movies + 5 years Guarantee - £1,079 @ Powerdirect
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Apply SONY100 at checkout. Guarantee is from sony themselves submit price match to other retailers to force price down if you prefer other retailer. KD55XF9005BU

I like Sony and prefer them over Samsung and LG. That’s my preference. In fact I have owned all those brands and still prefer Sony. If a brand is making the most profit then they must be doing something right. iPhones cost a fortune but people still flock to buy one at a premium, much like Sony TVs


Sorry, I'll be more specific for you if you are struggling. Sony are an also-ran in terms of consumer level/household TVs - I expect the cameras they supply to Hollywood don't run Android (:I There were loads of TV brands in the 70s that don't exist today, that history means little or nothing.


That article basically says they make the largest profits - not make the most TVs. The silly price tags already told us that...


I suggest you get a clue, sony have been making TVs since the 70's and Broadcast equipment including monitors, video recording and editing equipment, cameras... the list goes on. The £30k true RGB OLED broadcast monitor that all TV manufacturers use as a reference is made by Sony. Hardly "also ran" Owners of this Sony generaly accept shortcomings of Android TV but are still happy with it.


Exactly. According this article on Reuters dated May 2018, Sony is No.1 in the premium TV market. Howzatt for an also-ran!

Sony 55XE9005 55" 4K LED TV - £849 - John Lewis Bluewater
LocalLocalFound 17th JulFound 17th Jul
This is a one only offer. In John Lewis Bluewater yesterday they had a Sony 55XE9005 TV on offer for £849. I came very close to purchasing it but couldn't justify it after buying… Read more

I thought the issue was mainly on cheap edge-led TVs. I didn't know that direct-led VA panels were also affected. It's a bit annoying, because depending on a TV you buy, it's a bit like a lottery. Banding, Burn-in, DSE, etc... My cheap 8yr TV doesn't have any of these issues, it make you wonder...


To be honest it's only visible during programs where the majority of the screen is one colour. My daughter watches peppa pig and its really noticeable on that because of the all blue sky and green grass but i dont think an 8 month old notices and you can see it sometimes but not as bad on football because of the green pitch. I'm not going to return it for a new set as it isn't that bad. It's just that my XE screen was perfect.


Strange, haven't heard of this issue on this model before. Is the DSE visible during movies or games ?


Yes, although it does have some dse. The XE was the best panel I have ever had in a tv with no dse, banding or clouding and i think the majority of them were perfect other than the frame repeat issue. XF does also have dolby vision where as the XE does not.


OK thanks. Are you satisfied with the quality of the XF9005 ?

Sony Bravia KD65A1 Smart Android TV, 65" OLED for £2,499 John Lewis
Refreshed 14th JulRefreshed 14th Jul
I think this may well be a pricing error, because this is only £20 more than the 55” model. I was looking at this TV in the Chichester John Lewis on Wednesday and it was £3,199, bu… Read more
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You mean the other retailers price matched John Lewis. Price dates back to Friday remember. Fella in the store said they would never have priced the 65” within £40 of the 55”deliberately.


No it wasn’t. It was same price £2499 on couple of website on Sunday. So I guess they must have price matched


Yeah funnily enough I popped into JL today to see the A1 in action and they admitted the £2499 was a pricing error. Also confirmed that I could swap for the C8 if I wasn’t satisfied. Must say though the A1 looked beautiful, any worries you have kind of dissipate when you it in the flesh.


Price now £2999 on JL online


This is really worrying, it’s a beautiful set however I can’t help but feel the C8 is a better TV and more compatible with current standards

Sony 55xf9005 55" 4k HDR Smart Android TV £1234.05 with code at  Powerdirect
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Cheapest price I can currently find. This is the newest model replacing the xe9005. The closest alternative to LG's OLED B7/C7 HDR HDR10 DOLBY VISION VA PANEL FULL ARRAY LOCAL D… Read more

I hate football (even though my country won the WC) and don't have a TV license. I only use it for DVD/Blu-Ray, Gaming and Netflix/Prime Video. My TV is good enough for everything except dark scenes. It's the only reason why I want a better one. I saw the 55XE8596 in a shop and noticed that the Black's were much deeper than mine. Not like OLED, but still impressive. The 55XF9005 have better contrast, brightness, motion than the 55XE8596, it is direct-led and will receive an update for Dolby Vision this year. But the XE8596 was £800, the XF9005 was £1699. So I decided that £1000 will be my limit for this TV, not one pound more. LED is more likely to stay the same in the next 10 years than an OLED so i'll stick to it.


I think you need to learn what analogy means. :D


Joking aside nice-new, why don't you buy a more sensibly priced 55" LCD, if you are happy to settle for a non-OLED? I have a Samsung 55MU6400 in my bedroom that I bought through here a couple of months ago for around £450 brand new, and it's a really good TV - something like that would be a huge step up from your current set, and probably 90% as good as this Sony, realistically speaking. Just a thought, no worries if you disagree.


Have you bought it? If not, you lose. p.s. Still not under £1000 p.p.s. I’ll tell you what isn’t nice and new, your telly (:I I can’t believe you have just ‘enjoyed’ the 2018 World Cup on that!


As It never fails to amaze me how android fanboys somehow manage to squeeze references of iPhone vs android in totally unrelated discussion :)

Sony BRAVIA KD55XE8577 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV (5Y Warranty) - £729 @ Hughes
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***Update*** Black Version KD55XE8596 now £719 at Hughes. £779 at Hughes but discounted to £729 with the code Summer50. Series of discount codes available on the site for differ… Read more

Now appears to be out of stock


the xe80 has 50/60hz native panel, the xe85 and above have 100hz panel. I looked closely at both when i was in the market for TV recently. The xe85 and above have perfect motion handling as it has 100hz panel, even for 24fps it does 5:4 pulldown with no telesinic (sp) judder. The xe80 is a good set no doubt, but it does not handle motion as well as the xe85 and it is not perfect for 24frame content. If you are a blueray move fanatic then the xe85 is the much better choice.


What I'm implying is that the xe80 and x85 share the same panel, the only difference is that the x85 has the better picture processor, IE: x1 processor that's used also on the the xe90 so your comment about motion issues regarding football is false., I also have a xd 8005 2016 model, and did have a x830 2015 android TV non had motion issues. I also couldn't find any motion problems reported regarding this issue on the net or any tech magazine review.


The XE80 isn't the XE85, so I'm not sure what you're implying?


Black Version Now Reduced to £719 with Voucher - Summer50 Hughes looks to have just reduced the black version of the same set for £10 cheaper.

Sony BRAVIA KD55XE8596 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV Freeview HD £759.05 with code at  Richer Sounds
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Save £150 on a Sony HTZF9 soundbar* / 5% off using voucher code!*** Also free Google Play content bundle. Was looking in Currys at 4 models last night and was directed to a one o… Read more

Still over priced for a clearance model, however the best of tv's (marginally over the MU7000) mentioned by the OP.


Yes that website has it back to front, the Samsung under 55 is 8+2 but everything above 55 is 10 bit (maybe the model in the state 55+ is 8+2?). The Sony is 8+2 not 10. Doubt I will even notice the difference between 8 and 10 bit if I ever looked at them side by side lol Maybe I need to just forget 10 bit and buy a TV as my current one has been broken (lines down the side of the image) for the last 6 months while I try to decide on a tv.

northie_1980 Suggests the Samsung is 8 bit + FRC and the Sony is 10 bit, though I think that I read somewhere else the Sony is also 8 bit + FRC. The comparison shows very little difference between the two and the best comparison is surely seeing them side by side with the same content playing. I too have been very interested in the Samsung, but when I saw it alongside the 8396 my preference was the Sony, the 8596 in this deal was better still (again only in my opinion).


Heat added but not 10 bit, which in this price range only the MU7000 55"+ is, only issue I have with the Samsung model is the stand and this is stopping me buying it.


I am in the same situation. Same TV. Looking at an increase - just trying to weigh up the pros / cons and which tele I would get.

[HK Stock][Official International Version] XIAOMI 4K Mi Box Android TV 6.0 Set-top Box Netflix 4K Streaming H.265 VP9 HDR Video Dolby DTS Certified £43.69 @ Geekbuying (using code)
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Highlights Android TV 6.0 Marshmallow It runs on the latest Android TV 6.0 which is easy to use, supports voice controls and Google CastTM. Catch your favorite TV shows, play g… Read more

Netflix not working, plays video for 5 seconds then comes up with error code tvq-pm-100 (5.2.5) looks like a hdcp error


For those who were worried it was stuck on a very stable Android 6, as of yesterday the upgrade to Android 8 Oreo is rolling out to the international (English) version of the box.


HDR for Netflix is confirmed working with the latest update.


I Can Confirm @richwest comment a above i checked last night and got the Android Oreo update . I can confirm apps can be side loaded through the apk's i have installed all the uk on demand TV players( but ive had to add a Bluetooth keyboard to navigate - also a you need to lock orientation to the landscape mode using something like the HAL Launcher app ) . if you can find the apk for a Nvidia shield amazon prime app it will work ( not 4k but up scaling seems to be perfect) .I do not find the mi box to be poor at playing 4K content , its perfect apart from the occasional reboot ,even though i haven't tested it with the Oreo update. Apart from that 5 GHz WiFi connects at around 85 Mbps ( which is pretty impressive(according to Netflix - Sony bravia only connects at 40 Mbps). i have invested in a powered USB hub to increase storage through the addition of a Flash drive - make sure you get a good USB hub if you go this way as the lack of power will on and off disconnect the flash drive -in which case you will have to keep removing and re-attaching it time and again ,my USB Hub isn't powerful enough unfortunately. i got mine from an eBay seller here which actually arrived from the UK in a sealed box for £55 ..ish if i remember correct but have gone up in price now .


They've just rolled out the Oreo update for these today (finally), so happy days!

Philips 55POS9002/05 55” OLED TV 4K HDR Ambilight Android TV with  5 year guarantee  -  £1499 @ John lewis
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Same price at AO/EBay but 5 year guarantee here. The LG B7 and C7 have been cheaper but if you want the same panel, with well reviewed picture processing and 3-sides Ambilight th… Read more
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Thanks for that tip - yes I quite fancied and ambilight combined with my Hue - noting John Lewis have dropped this to 1299 today (was 1499 yesterday)! However 125 notes are enough to buy a native 4K BD player. It seems also that WebOS has got support for all the streamers (and we've got various levels of access to NowTV, SkyStore, Prime, Rakuten, Netflix on the go for keeping the kids occupied over summer!) - so yes we'll give it a go and then move to a holgraphic teleporting 256k display in 6 years' time for £299.


Yeah, with either TV, you'll be happy with the jump to OLED. Go get yourself some 4k HDR samples to show it off:


Bit the bullet on the LG last night over this simply because richer were giving 6y warranty at 1174 with a flash code. This was 1199 on prime day deals but with only 2y warranty. I couldn't stomach that with my Samsung giving out weeks before the expiry of 5y from JL as beyond economical repair. Like another poster above, it'll be such a step up from edge lit 1080p I won't have time to think about what I might be missing out on!


They've not been in mainstream consumer TV use for years like LED backlit technology though, and given the cost I imagine those who do buy them are extra careful. The benefits of micro LED undoubtedly ace OLED though. Personally things like burn in put me off, just because I don't like feeling that I need to worry about what's displaying on my screen. A lot of experts are given things for free too, so whilst this one might be trustworthy I will tend to take the opinion of reviewers with a pinch of salt. I have personally seen some major burn in on mobile phones, which are at a more advanced state than TVs when it comes to organic LED technology. I think time will show some pretty ropey OLED screens in years to come - be that colour balance shift or screen burn. Then again, that's just my theory.


There is also quantum dot self emitting diodes being developed but they seem to have run into issues with toxity of components, also Samsung are developing Quantum Dot OLED I was reading a detailed review of a Sony OLED today and their expert touched on the subject of burn in and said: I personally have only ever seen one OLED TV with permanent burn in and that was a very early prototype LG that was being used to display bright static images at a trade show. I’ve never seen it, or seen evidence of burn-in, from using an OLED TV in normal consumer conditions.

Sony Bravia KD49XE8077 49-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Youview and Freeview HD - Silver (2017 Model) £499 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
On the lookout for a 49/50 inch 4K HDR telly and found this on Amazon. Looks decent, good reviews and has 4xHDMI .
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I'm confused as I get no issues with my set for operating speed on the android smart system, I actually swear by Sony


I have the 49XE8004 - fantastic picture and Android OS should be a plus. It isn't - can be annoyingly laggy at times. The latest firmware update (LINK) is meant to solve some of the lag but I'm not convinced. Changing some settings (4 processes, kill Samba/SonyShare) does help for a while.


XE IS 2017 model. Andriod sony tv (y) if you know what you doing and what can be used for.




I thought higher end Sony TVs use more powerful chips to drive the set i.e xe93 works just fine with android and very responsive. Not sure how lower end Sony sets perform though with Android.

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