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Sony Bravia KD55A8 (2020) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55 inch with Freeview HD, Youview, Dolby Atmos - £1619.10 @ Currys PC World
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Been looking for Sony 55AG9, but this A8 2020 model seems much better than 2019 AG9. Experience the brilliant realism of a beautiful OLED picture harmonised with Sony’s Acoustic… Read more

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The only A9 available this year is the 48". The real AG9 successor is delayed until next year apparently. If you want a larger screen, there seems to be very little reason to get the more expensive AG9 over the newer A8. The A8 has inherited all the picture and processing technology and has added improved BFI (X-Motion Clarity). The AG9 has a slightly better in-built speaker theoretically and the option to use it as a center speaker in a surround system, but that's the only advantage I can think of.


I've checked, since I am interested in the tv, the japanase sony site and it said that it's coming out on the 25th this month, but is it a global release I am not sure, but even if it's not shouldn't be much later. I suggest to you to wait for the 48 inch A9 since it is going to have better motion x-motion clarity, A9G does not support it and the new one will support the new 4k broadcasting standart.


All TV purchases are subjective. You go for a tech, a brand, a screen size and a budget.... And then you compromise on one of the four (lol) The AG8 is a great 2019 TV, but cheapening out on the X1 processor variant was a deal breaker for *me* as it meant the AG9 got the Android TV upgrade, but the AG8 didn't. Lots of people wouldn't care. I also need a 65" (on demand of the OH to replace the 2015 Bravia KD558509 we have) so OLED is a ~50% price jump (1200 vs 1800 ish). I always say the the release of the new years TVs is a great time to get a stonking deal on the previous years model ;)


Any idea when A9 is available? Or (in your opinion) should I take the jump and get AG9 now if a decent promotion is available? TIA

Sony BRAVIA KD55XF9005BU TV - £749 / £685 delivered at Richer Sounds with TPS price match
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Edit: I know there was a crazy CostCo price match deal earlier, but it only worked for a short amount of time... This deal seems more long-lasting and is open to all, not just Cost… Read more

Thanks to OP purchased one at the Hanworth Costco they had 10 in stock


lol thats crazy i went around 12 and they had about 10 out there


I bought it a 4.40 was last one


Nice one , hope you are busy setting it up ;)


same here .. :(

Sony BRAVIA KD55XF9005BU 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV - £749 / £480.80 possible price match + free delivery @ Richer Sounds
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Been on the hunt for television for a while and keeping my eye on prices of the Sony KD65XF9005BU. Was kindly told about the instore CostCo price of the 55" version Sony KD55XF9005… Read more

Costco in Glasgow has this for £491 finishes today. There are 6 left and me and another chap (who originally picked up a Toshiba 55 and I informed him of this deal) purchased one each. Top Bargain!


great success !


I tried my luck even though the deal was expired. After several hours of discussions with people in the customer services team, the telesales team, and the manager of my local store, I finally got them to honour this price-beat the same as they have for OP. They tried to tell me that telesales could not fulfill the deal because it was in store only, so I pointed that nothing in their terms and conditions indicates as such. They handed it over to my local store for the final say, so instead of waiting for it to be denied I called ahead to my local store. He said he verified with my nearest Costco (Cardiff) that they were in stock, that Costco has over 150 units in stock FYI. He eventually said he would honour the deal after I told him I can provide screenshots of richer sounds already honouring the deal elsewhere (OPs photo). However, upon calling back to enquire about something else, I was told that an email had been sent out to all staff telling them not to honour this deal to anyone further. There is nothing in their terms and conditions which justifies not honouring the deal, though. So you may still have some success arguing this point at the discretion of your local store manager, like I did. Thank you so much for posting the deal, OP, feel incredibly lucky to have snapped it up in time.


Fingers crossed ! I was looking at the 55XH9505 , but they are mega expensive for what they are. Ill be happy with the 55XF9005 when it comes :)


This would hurt more if it was for the 65" as that's the one I really want. Hopefully a megadeal for that or the XG is on the horizon!

Sony KD-75 XG8096 | 75" 4K HDR Android LED TV with 5Yrs Warranty for members only £923.98 @ Costco
21/06/2020Expires on 21/06/2020Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
***The link is now taking to Sony tv’s filter, but the TV should be available in the list from 01st June 2020. 5 years of peaceful Warranty. Available for Costco members In-store… Read more

I still don’t find it online perhaps worth checking in-store. I’ll keep an eye on the website and add the link once they put up online.


Other than being large this has little going for it.


I've just spent £5k on one 77 inch TV, i could have had five of these 75 inchers!

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Sony BRAVIA KD55AG8BU 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV + 6yr warranty £1,179 at Richer Sounds
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Price beat against prc direct using code ‘20may200’. Wanted this for as close to £1k as possible but short of going for refurbished I got tired of waiting. Took John Lewis 3 days… Read more



Q90R, lose 5 inches but you get their top end TV with striking HDR (which is what TVs are all about now). I don't know the exact details, but apparently Samsung did a crafty one and the Q80R in North America is actually better than the Q80R here. The Q85R here is more similar to their Q80R.




Some people just can't read ;)


Code is for prc direct, rs then beat it

SONY BRAVIA KD43XG8096BU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £419 delivered @ Currys
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
UPDATE You can buy this on curry’s eBay with a a 5% discount code bringing it to under £400. Seems a pretty good deal at the minute. There are so many different options out ther… Read more
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Sony come at the top when it comes picture quality, as part due to having dedicated picture procceessor, so lot other tvs at this price range use software to process the picture, which can result in inconsistent results sometimes. The Sony dedicated x reality pro chip on this tv sole job is upscale, process incoming signal clean and add extra detail when needed, thus great picture all the time


I thought the LG 43UM7450PLA was considered to be one of the best 'budget' 43" TVs ATM. Seems to be a good choice for those that want\need wider viewing angles at the expense of average blacks.


I was also looking at Philips ambilight 7 series pus7345 - Samsung ru7400 - LG 7500 Maybe someone can offer some advice - I always felt the Sony Bravia picture was a step above


I suppose the the nits matters but the contrast is really good, what they lack in brightness they make up in picture quality, the video processing is good detailing and sharpness with realistic colours


cheers i know it wont be as good as the xe93 of our XF9005 but having considered alternatives from Samsung but the brightness ( nits) on those was nowhere near the Sony's which iswhy i was checking because If they are only 300 odd nits then the picturewill be flat and lack thesparkle that my current Sony gives me.

Sony Bravia KD65XG9505 2019 LED HDR 4K Smart Android TV, 65" (£1,099 Inc voucher) £1,199 at John Lewis & Partners
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
***EDIT - Now OOS - Richer Sounds are price matching Here John Lewis are matching Sony Centre (who are selling this refurbished for this price), and offering a £100 e-card if pu… Read more
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950g also has nice remote in silver


Nearly pulled the trigger on that panel. Couldnt as I'm an Android TV fan, and the AG8 not having the update (whilst the AG9 and the 9505 LED TV below it *did*) because of the lower spec SoC (X1 Extreme compared to the Ultimate in the other two TVs) just rubbed me up the wrong way.... Smacked of marketing.


I've just gone for a 65 E9, but I also have a QLED that is very good. When I said something to the effect of what you just wrote, the OLED brigade shot me down by saying that QLED aren't in the same league as OLED because they're essentially just fancy LCD panels, and anyone who buys a high end one has been ripped off.


Yeah it's an epic size, fantastic for all content.


The 950g lcd isn't perfect but good enough for the price. In the end the size won for me

Sony BRAVIA KD65XF9005BU 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV Youview + £100 Gift Voucher (Via Call) + 6y Guarantee £999 @ Richer Sounds
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Decent price this, to get the vouchers you must purchase over the phone Get £100 in Richer Sounds gift vouchers when you purchase this TV. Offer available on the phone from our i… Read more

I was in Costco in Croydon and managed to pick up the second last 55” version for £492. I don’t need another TV at all! I hate this website :S


Got the 55" model of this for about £600 ish couple weeks ago, fantastic TV and much much better than the 2019 and 2020 sets around the same price as this. Amazing black levels with 5500:1 contrast and backlit led with ~50 zone FALD and the 1000nits HDR is fantastic for a TV this price level. Only thing I hate is the colour of the legs, who thought gold was a good idea?


In addition to the above, I had to send in proof via email that I was a member of Costco with my local Richer Sounds in Southampton. I spoke to Dan who I believe is the store manager there. He put the order through and I got the email confirmation shortly after. 5-7 days delivery mind.


Not sure if its just conditioning but for that Money would only pay out on a LG or Samsung.


Congrats! will give it a go but won't hold my breath. You got an amazing deal especially with the soundbar discount as well

Sony KD-75XG8096 75" 4K HDR TV with 4K X-Reality PRO, TRILUMINOS Display & Android TV + 5 Year Warranty £923.90 delivered @ Costco
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Seems like a decent price for this TV from next Monday at Costco. 4K Ultra HD LED TV 189 cm Motionflow XR 400 Hz - Native tile 50Hz Processor X1 - 4K X-Reality PRO - HDR Tril… Read more
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Is this online or in store only?


Bite or wait abit longer for OLED to come down...


Was looking at this set in store today. Looks very good. (y)


How would this compare against the Hisense H75B7510UK? Looking for the best tv I can get for around £1000 so any help would be greatly appreciated


Awesome (y)

SONY BRAVIA KD55XG8096BU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant - £474.05 Delivered with code @ Currys / eBay
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Use code PRODUCT5 to take 5% off. Get cinema-style visuals in your cosy living room with the Sony BRAVIA KD55XG8096BU 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant. … Read more

This or Samsung TU700?


Can’t decide weather to get this tv or SAMSUNG UE55RU7470UXXU any thoughts people?


Thanks, its a no from me then.


It's good for switch,ps4 or Xbox One. If you own a PS4 pro,Xbox one x or planing to buy an upcoming console,look for a different TV.


Is this tv any good for gaming?

Sony BRAVIA KD65XG8196BU 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV YouView, £679 with code at Richer Sounds
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Bargain price here as it is, but you should be able to get another £20 off with code TV20, order through telesales or local stores. You may also get £72 off with the code SONYSTRE… Read more

What was the final price anyone got? Did the Sony Stream code work with the tv20?


Can anyone confirm if this is better than the Philips 70PUS6724? I know the size is different but just trying to compare spec and struggling Thanks


Some items are online, just ring telesales and they will confirm what codes you can use


Can only purchase through telesales...why can't they have it via online so I can test the codes and see how cheap I can get it before pressing the Buy button!!!

Sony Bravia KD55XG8196 (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55" with Freeview HD & Youview 6 Year Guarantee £507 at Richer Sounds
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Add both Code's to save £92 u can Also Save £400 on this Panasonic Soundbar £199 with any 4ktv (y) Take your viewing to the… Read more

Maybe someone didnt know the code stacking was actually a glitch!


Yeah the surround on the Philips is grey/graphite colour which doesn't really go with all the black appliances in my kitchen so think I'll keep waiting.


It would seem they've rectified the stack benefit :(


Thanks for the email. There has been an error with the website accepting two codes at once. You should be only able to use one or the other and they are currently working to switch this off. Only the current SONYSTREAM72 should be valid against this TV. Because this is an error on the website it has not affected our own .ie website. Vouchers working on our .ie website are correct. I hope this is of help. No additional discount for us then!


Done the same myself, awaiting reply. I think it's between the Sony and the Philips for myself. Just inclined to stick with the Philips PUS8204 for £450 as i was very impressed withe the PUS 6704. If they don't get back to us in time (offer on until tomorrow), i'll not be too disappointed

Sony KD-55AG8 Refurbished 4K HDR TV Grade A with OLED screen, 4K HDR Processor X1™ for £999 at Centres Direct
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
FULL DETAILS Pictures and sound in perfect harmony Be in the moment with true-to-life pictures and acoustics to match. Beautifully detailed images combine with our Sound-from-Pictu… Read more
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That's A LOT of money for just a refurb!


55xf9005 is available for £491 at Costco instore only,can't put on here due to instore only & pandemic @Benny5


But Fred's mate mick from down the road had one for 3 years without any problems so you must be lying! (annoyed)


The issue is with the technology not manufacturer. It will always be a problem. Sony even put it in their manuals. I suspect more to do with the being many more LG oleds being sold.


Yes. Mine was exactly the same. Wouldn’t stay on for more than a few minutes. Also already on latest firmware.

Sony Bravia KD49XH8196 (2020) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49 inch with Freeview HD - £699 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
£100 off the 2020 model. Best price reduction. Some retailers are offering £72 off but with 5 year guarantee pretty good Product code: 82441006 Sony’s XH81 combines superb 4K HD… Read more

I have this model and it’s an awesome tv


Good thing with new models 2020 especially the entry xh 80 series they include the x1 procceessor, compared the previous xg80 which has the x reality pro engine. They also include a faster chipset to.

Sony Bravia KD55AG8 (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55 plus free 32 inch TV free £1,399 at John Lewis & Partners
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Does the code work. Not working for me


Got it. Why would they force a £200 up sell, who wants a crappy 720p 32 inch tv...


You can't, you have to wait for the price to come back down again. I'd suggest to add the model number as key word alert.


How do I get this price? tried entering code at checkout its not working


Most sony tv come with 5 year warranty as standard

Sony KD55XG8096BU 4K HDR TV with 4K X-Reality™ PRO, TRILUMINOS Display, ClearAudio+ with 5 year guarantee £477 @ Centers direct
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Rediscover the detail with 4K X-Reality™ PRO With 4K X-Reality™ PRO, every image is upscaled closer to true 4K quality for remarkable clarity. Images are sharpened and refined in r… Read more

How are the viewing angles and HDR on this set?


Cheers Bing, cancelled my Currys order and got it from Sony, no brainer.


Can anyone here point me in the direction of best 4k 40/43" inch for max £500?


Great, thanks.


Uncle Google :) here you can find what RFC try to emulate here you can find what 8bit, 10bit, 12bit means for 4k HDR

Sony Bravia KD55AG8 (2019) OLED HDR 4K + FREE Sony Bravia 32WD756BU LED HD Free 5 Year warranty £1,399 at John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
DISCOUNT CODE: Buy this Sony OLED TV and receive the £329 32" Sony WD7 TV at no extra cost. Enter FREE32WD7 at the end of checkout. Ends 17.05.2020 Sony Bravia KD55AG8 (2019) OLE… Read more

Where the link for that then?


Thanks for that info - will be checking as soon as I'm home. Don't think I've had an update in a while


Yes I've read someone here saying that so is something to conside during this crisis.


I've used Sony center quite a bit over the years, inc tv. apparently they aren't doing any returns if the item you purchase is faulty or not to your taste until they deem it safe. Seen it on other threads on here. So, it's a big risk buying from them if it turns up and faulty as you'll be stuck with the item and out of pocket.


Why is this expired? Still showing in stock

SONY BRAVIA KD55XG8096BU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant - £477 with code delivered @ Currys
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Thank you for the heads up @james.marshallRG8 (y) Good price for 55 inch 4K TV (highfive) TRILUMINOS display for true-to-life colour Picture quality: Motionflow XR 400 Hz… Read more

Sony Centre


Where from you got it?


I ordered mine from there as came with the 5 year guarantee, as opposed to the 1 year from Curry's. Ordered mine Tuesday, delivered today.


Is it worth calling and cancelling to get this?


5 year guarantee direct from sony

Sony BRAVIA KD55XG8196BU 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV + 5 Year Warranty - £527 delivered with code @ Hughes (49 inch £477)
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Good price for 55 inch 4K Android TV with 5 year warranty included(y) Sony KD49XG8196BU 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV + 5 Year Warranty - £477 with code SONY72 Sony TVs have b… Read more

For my use, the IPS. But unless you need large viewing angles, VA is good enough for all.


Which is better


And the 8096 is £50 more than the 8196 on sonys website...


Just the number 1 as far as I can see...different colour maybe?


I can't see any difference, not sure if the link will work.

Sony Bravia KD55XF9005 55" LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV + 5 Year Guarantee + 2 Free 4K Blu-rays - £677 delivered @ PRC Direct
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Fantastic Sony TV for a fab price - this sets gets brilliant reviews due to it's full array direct LED backlight & strong black levels. I highly recommend this TV to anyone in … Read more

Really happy with this purchase! Thanks OP!


Where did you get 50Hz from? It's a native 120Hz panel at 1080p and 1440p (the latter requires a custom Nvidia config). I don't know why you think the screen is limited to 60Hz. The manual even states this and shows 2160p @ 60Hz too.


Got one of these, can speed up Android through the developer options and turning animations down to zero. For gaming, it's amazing. Best TV I've owned after a mix of roughly £1500 a timeSamsung's and Sony's over the years. Can't comment on the built in digital TV as I don't use it but Netflix and Prime work perfectly, along with 4K video. Only downside with mine is that it has stopped responding to the remote after two years of heavy use. Got it from John Lewis though so 5 year guarantee with them (y)


Thanks for the reply (y)


If you can afford it, then yes, it does a lot of extra little things that add up. But if you can push a little further over that (a bit over £100 at times), then you end up in oled territory which I hear is a massive jump with all the benefits oled provides. But it depends on your viewing habits also to know if you're susceptible to things like burn in. To be honest, it depends largely upon what you need too. If you're watching a lot of 1080p or lower res content, for example, the upscaling is better on the XG95. Watching a lot of newer 4k content that is often in Dolby Vision? The XG95 fixes an issue many people encounter with the XF90 of the image being too dark. Going to use the smart TV functionality without any external devices like fire tv 4k? The XF90 has a notoriously sluggish operating system. The XG95 sorts that problem out. Need to use more than 2 hdmi slots for full bandwidth HDMI so you can get 4k@60 with hdr? The XF90 has 2 hdmi slots that can only do 4k@30 with hdr, and 2 full bandwidth that can push 4k@60 with hdr. Want a nice remote? XF90 comes with a cheap plastic remote. XG95 has a far better metal remote. All of these little things add up to be worth it if it's within your budget imo. Yep, I don't see games hitting 4k@120 unless they're indies or something. The VRR seems quite important though. I think Samsung TVs are usually solid for these gaming features, and some of the LG oleds. I think there's a couple other hdmi 2.1 things as well that I don't quite remember off the top of my head. It's worth looking into to see if they'd make a difference for you. Sony has been a bit weird about hdmi 2.1, considering that their big seller this year, the ps5, will make use of these features. Their latest lineup top-mid range doesn't even have HDMI 2.1. Just checked now and it seems the XH90 has been confirmed to have HDMI 2.1 that Sony said will be added in a later firmware update. The others, which are higher end, like the XH95, have been said to not have it. But along with the XG95 hdmi 2.1 stuff, it will be interesting to see if they cave in and update these TVs to enable HDMI 2.1. Also, I think the XH90 isn't actually a successor to the XF90, it's more of a successor to the XG85, which is a step down. But I could be wrong on that, Sony can be confusing on the way they do their model naming scheme. It goes XF90 (sold in 2018 and again in 2019)/XG90 (their 49" model) > XG95 > XH95. I haven't played many games in several years now, but if I remember how it was back then, VRR really solves a big issue for when frames drop and things look ugly. I'll eventually get a PS5, once naughty dog releases a game or two at least, so it's a bit of a consideration for me. For me the main things are the dolby vision dim issues and sluggishness of the operating system. The latter can be rectified with an external device, but then you're spending an extra £100+, and then you're closer to the XG95 cost which has a decent operating system. The dolby vision issue though, with a lot of content using dolby vision nowadays, it would be a bit of a downer for the hdr to not be satisfying. A lot of these streaming services like Netflix and Amazon have a lot of dolby vision content and increasingly so. It's hard to say for you if you should go for it. Are you only going to be gaming? Do you watch a lot of newer content that uses Dolby Vision? Do you use the TVs smart TV funcitonality at all? If the XG95 gets that hdmi 2.1 update, then it future proofs it for the upcoming gen of consoles to get the most out of them. Might be one of those where you semi regret not waiting a little while extra, and then you can't really upgrade unless you're up to losing quite a bit of money on selling it off second hand, or be forced to throw it in another room. Otherwise, you're sort of stuck until your normal upgrade cycle comes along to replace it.

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