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Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 ED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49" - £949 - 5 Year Warranty @ John Lewis
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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I just got an email from John Lewis saying they'll match it: Quote: "Thank you for your price match request for the Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 49". I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £904.00 for the Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 49" (product code 82440224) seen at Hughes."


No power adaptor, it's built-in on this model.


Thankfully, JL refunded me the £100. FYI, the Sonos Beam fits perfectly underneath the TV should you wish to push it back.


Thanks mate! Much appreciated


Darn, I only bought this same model from JL 3 weeks ago. Use it with the Sonos Beam and I’m more than happy with it.

SONY Bravia KD65XF7596BU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £1199 @ Currys
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
SONY Bravia KD65XF7596BU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £100 off with TDD100 code

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Though the dye's were getting a size boost this year, where's the 100" sets then? I saw my first at least 15 years ago, they should be around and affordable by now.


Might want to stick the price in the description mate :)


Is it £299 & £100 off hmmmmm “ I WISH “

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Sony KD-55A1 BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV- Free 5 Year Sony Warranty with free wall mount and HDMI cable at hiFi Confidential for £2199
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Seems like a good deal, best next price I could see was around the £2399 mark. Can’t say I’ve used/heard of this retailer before but very good reviews on trustpilot (9.6/10) h… Read more

Shop demo model. They run them on different settings. Every oled tv in John Lewis had some element of screen burn when I went in. Some leds also had screen burn. I’m not sure what point is to be made. Leds are less prone but can still burn. Oled more prone but again depends on viewing habits. Enjoy the picture, get a decent guarantee and pay on credit card. All bases covered in my opinion.


Offer no long available ;(


Good to know. Mine went on for 9mths and I couldn't do it anymore and threw my toys out of the pram. Accepted a newer model from them as a replacement but still had similar issues so taking a Sony break. Can't argue with the picture quality of these oled tvs though


Yeah i had the some of them issues where the yv would restart and even turn its self on but alot of those have been iron out


Until you see this

Sony KD-55XF8096BU 55" Smart 4K HDR TV with 5 Year Warranty - £569.00 Currys
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Good price for this new model + 2 free 4K movies from Google Play

what price do you buy it at? £669? mine says its 2 weeks from delivery and taking the money. so im pretty sure it should go ahead surely?


Doesn’t look like it was a genuine offer but rather a misprice - went to collect mine today and the store wouldn’t honour the price.


Must of been only on offer for a few hour's as it's back up in price. Pity the offers are not on for at least a day :/


It's showing as 949!


I think the XE90 also has direct LED backlighting rather than a row along the edge the tv where the light is reflected through the panel. If I understand it correctly this will allow better lighting control (no light bleeding, deeper blacks etc) and higher peak brightness which can be localised (which really improves HDR content). Again, based on what I’ve read and assuming I understand it correctly.

SONY BRAVIA KD49XF8096BU 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £589 @ Currys
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Everywhere else at £849 however other retailers probably would match. Also comes with 5 year guarantee.

Quite lucky as Amazon had it at £589 but sold out quickly, Curry’s left it reduced even after Amazon sold out.


Ordered last night, was going to post deal on here but spotted your post first.


Now up to £849


Not sure whether I would go with this though when you can get the 55” XE7073 for £449. Major difference being the android OS. Still voted hot based on what you’re getting vs price it’s available elsewhere.


It’s a 60hz panel with Sony’s motion flow running at 400hz. The XF85 / XF90 models have 120hz panels running motion flow at 1000+hz... I think based on what I read about the XE lineup from 2017. Hung my nose over the 55XE8596 for a while and wish I’d bought it now at £729 with 5 year warranty...

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Sony Bravia KD49XF8096 49-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD TV with Google Assistant, YouView and Freeview HD - Black (2018 Model) £589 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Sony Android 4K HDR tv with google assist, youview and freeview HD 46% off
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I ordered one yesterday with an employee discount and special promo and came down to £403! At £589 I still think it’s a good deal for a Sony! Also 55 and 43 inches available.


cUURYS are around the same price


Thanks OP. Ordered :D


Thanks OP, I just bought it

Sony Bravia KDL43RF453 43-Inch Full HD HDR TV with Freeview HD - Black £339 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Description Product Description The Sony RF4 HDR TV brings you amazing picture quality from any image source. The slim design means it looks great whether it's on or off, and with … Read more

cant understand why the deal went so cold. it was a good price as its gone upto 499 now


Amazon only good at price matching


The slim design means it looks great whether it's on or off ! Oh must buy one.


Same price at Currys too.


Not a fan of that stand

Sony KD55XE7073SU Bravia XE70 55 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Certified 3 HDMI £449 @ AO/Ebay
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Have been looking round at 55" TVs for a little while now, this isn't what I am after but I thought the price for a decent brand with reasonable reviews was excellent and may be of… Read more

That's what put me onto it rather than the other models. I kinda decided that a known good model is a safer bet.


Out of stock


N6800 got really good reviews with AVForums recommending it


Yeah I have it, I really really like the TV I think it looks fantastic. One thing I never did really get clear is what the difference in quality is between the N5500/N5700 and the N6800 is. Richer sounds have the N5500 55" for the same price as the N6800 50". My local store didn't have the N5500, so I just went for the N6800 at John Lewis for £420 inc. 5 year warranty. My advice would be to check out the 55" if you can find it at a local store, and if not, the N6800 looks great from what I know.


I’m looking at this model? Have you got it yet? Was looking at the 55u7a. But for the price of that I could get the n6800 and a 4K blu ray player for the same price.

Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO, Slim and streamlined design) - Black (2017 Model) £195 amazon prime deal
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO, Slim and streamlined design) - Black (2017 Model) Great deal!
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This guy has nothing decent to say anti Sony and just waste of time


From amazon prime deal it's sold out now


That page says: DISPLAY RESOLUTION (H X V, PIXELS) 1366x768 so it's a 720P screen (technically 768P to keep those pedants happy, if that's even possible) - so it'll downscale a 1080P image... I voted hot, it's a Sony, it'll perform well and it's a budget TV..... I think it's good that you can still get a premium brand at the budget sector. We all seem to forget that electronics are stupidly cheap now because the market is flooded with low value products, I think it's damned good that for 3.5 tanks of petrol you can get a Sony 32" LCD.


From the official Sony page.. VIDEO SIGNAL SUPPORT1080p(30,50,60Hz), 1080/24p, 1080i(50,60Hz), 720p(30,50,60Hz), 720/24p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i


Maybe do some research...

Amazon Deal of the day - Sony Bravia KD55XF8096 55-Inch Android 4K for £669.00
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the brilliance of 4K HDR - Incredible contrast, real-life colours and exceptional 4K detail 4K X-Reality PRO - Every detail re-imagined - Every scene … Read more
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I was going to buy it from Currys but it’s gone back to normal price now


I dont know why people vote it cold... for me this is the cheapest price....


No idea why this is cold? Other the. Curry’s price matched and you can get cashback.


why is this cold?


Which? has an opinion, for a fee otherwise intitial TR

Sony Bravia KD65XE7093 65" 4K HDR Smart TV (2017 exclusive model) - Black £659 - Amazon prime day deal
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Bargained. Prime time.
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How did it not get delivered ?


I have done for the past few days , they’ve automatically refunded me and blamed that I refused delivery . Theres now none in stock and amazon aren’t offering anything but a £10 promo voucher as a ‘gesture of goodwill’. Customer services don’t want to know , don’t read emails properly and also just fob you off with the same response that doesn’t relate to what you are complaining about i have been in touch with trading standards who have told me to escalate it further with Europa . Hubby is not happy


If you notice it running slow just hold down the power button on the tv for few seconds or remote it'll restart the android tv and refresh a lot quicker next time.


Wow that seems pretty bad. I luckily havent had issues mentioned however id complain to amazon for the stress and time wasted of yours for this hassle


There's no guarantee it will

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 Bravia KDL32WE613BU (32-Inch) HD Ready HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO, Slim and streamlined design) - Black (2017 Model) £265 @ Amazon
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
About this item Features: With intense highlights and enhanced textures, HDR preserves the detail in the brightest and darkest scenes found in PS4 games and Netflix titles, for a… Read more
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I bought a 32” tile for my lad from Currys, it said Full HD with HDR10, but then 720p. How can it say full hd and hdr10, but only be 720p?? I’d love to know.


I honestly can't see why anyone would buy anything less than full HD at this stage, especially at this price, cold from me


Looking for a tv for the spare bedroom, will not be used for gaming, is this tv any good? I have no experience with Sony TVs as our others are Samsung.... thanks for any advic


Hmmm can anyone tell me where I can get this at the same price but with a 5 year warranty? Hahaha thanks guys sorry didn't think to check JL


Same Price at J Lewis, but with a five year warranty (cheeky)

Sony BRAVIA KD65XF9005 65" 4k HDR Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV £1789 with code at Currys
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
New 2018 version of the popular xe9005 model. Va panel ✔️ Full array local dimming ✔️ HDR10 ✔️ This is for the 65 inch version currently the lowest price I … Read more

good to know about freeview guide - will try that. thanks


OK I have mine now... I didn't bother setting up Youview or Samba as these two seem to be worst culprits in slowing it down. If you dont have youview it defaults to the freeview guide which is perfectly fine. Some of the apps like iplayer are not the smoothest in operation but most things work fine, perfectly fine so far.


I use youview as that is the TV Guide system. I disabled a few things as per some youtube vids. I had it ISF calibrated, picture is amazing.... I also really like the OS, just too laggy for a main TV. If you have a Sky/Virgin box then perfect TV


Did you disable some of the stuff sony has running like youview? I found that made a big difference on a ZD9. After that it seemed lagggy only for the first minute or two after switching on, i guess while it checks for updates etc ?


I have last years version. Picture is amazing at times, but the OS is unusable. Don't hope to cut the cord with a Sony TV, but for console or cable/sky box its a good price and awesome picture.

Sony BRAVIA KD55AF8 55 inch OLED - Costco
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Sony KD55AF8 for £1,991.98 in Costco at the moment. Over 20% cheaper than anywhere else with excellent after care.

Out of curiosity, would it be worth spending the extra amount to purchase the LG OLED 65C8 over this? Would the advantages of the LG justify the pricing over this? Cheers


I read it as 1191! Idiot! Not as insane as 1st thought!


Just seen them in Costco Sheffield but at full price until,Monday. So close, yet so far


Anyone know if this will be in-store only or online as well?


Also the A1 has the subwoofer attached to the back which although great for sound might make wall mounting a pain, so the AF8 wins on that point. Just need a good price on the 65”

Sony Bravia KD49XE7093BU 49" 4K HDR Smart TV @ Amazon for £430
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Lowest price on Amazon...enjoy ;) Sony Bravia KD49XE7093BU 49” 4K HDR Smart TV (2017 exclusive model) - Black [Energy Class A+] [Energy Class A] 4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the… Read more

Anybody has a sluggish issue?


Just bit and bought this, can't complain for a 4k tk for 330 quid


lol my bad I totally got a KD49XE8077, not a 70 series. Maybe this is better?


More than 3x 49" for £323. The 55" (used) is also discounted.


You definitely enabled the HDR setting from the ps4 settings? Not sure it is auto-on by default. Reviews say it's just basic HDR but you should definitely see a difference. You do have the 43 though, and possibly a different model.

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 KD65XE7003 - 65" LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £899.00 @ John Lewis
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
hello, found this TV whilst searching for a decent sony/samsung 65inch smart tv. Is this a decent one to go or any better ones. looking for price range sub 1grand. Sony Bravia K… Read more
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Ironic, as you are missing the letter n... An apostrophe and an E.


NEW Sony XF series models are already out but beware, most of them use IPS technology, only the XF90 series is VA. Meaning a slight improvement in viewing angles but a much lesser contrast and black level perfomance.


Looks like it’s discontinued. Waiting for new models to come out anyone know when they that would be? I think the old models are part of the World Cup promos to get rid of them and other deals so new models should be around the corner


Try Crampton & Moore or Reliant Direct and haggle to get the warranty included.


Samsung 65mu7000 is not in stock, looks like it's discontinued. New model on the horizon?

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