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Sony KD-55XE9305 4K HDR TV with Slim Backlight Drive+, 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme and TRILUMINOS™ Display. - £1249 @ Sevenoaks Sound
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I've been keeping an eye on this TV for a while, normal price seems to be around £1499. I managed to get John Lewis to price match TPS to £1395 but this is a better price. Be qu… Read more
Been reading and watching so many reviews on this TV and it's meant to be brilliant. It's one of the only LED TVs on the market that achieves close to OLED for deep blacks. No other LEDs come close. Heat added
The_Hoff9th Feb

This guy does much better reviews than RTings, you should watch the whole …This guy does much better reviews than RTings, you should watch the whole video if you're interested in buying this set, but the point about the FALD vs Edge-Lit system, it's a PITA they lit from the top/bottom and not sides, letterbox sci-fi stuff suffers.[Video] 3:37 for the blooming issues with letterbox. It's a shame.


He also states that in normal viewing the bloom isn't as obvious as in the video. I'll take a bit of blooming which can be compensated over burn in any day of the week.
DamienGiles9th Feb

How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of …How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of a few that offer true Android TV.Of course there are many other manufacturers offering smart TV but my thinking before getting Android TV was that it would always be kept up to date, unlike say, LG?



...Android as an OS is not fit for purpose of controlling TV as an user friendly "interface" so to speak, or plainly is a pain in a butt in that department
BS_Man11 h, 53 m ago

...Android TV's are simply sheet, have one and regret buying it


How comes? I've been keeping an eye out for the Bravias as they are one of a few that offer true Android TV.

Of course there are many other manufacturers offering smart TV but my thinking before getting Android TV was that it would always be kept up to date, unlike say, LG?
I've been looking for a new TV for a while, and yes it's a mission alright! Nothing out there is perfect, just when you think you've found something then you discover some flaw and you start over again. The fluctuations in price also don't help, it's clear that retailers have marked up tvs post Xmas, that's when the better deals were around.
Sony Bravia KD43XE8004 43" 4K TV - Amazon for £459
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Have been keeping an eye on this TV for my Dad, and it's now the lowest it's ever been on camelcamelcamel . 2017 Model - 4K HDR Ultra HD, Android TV, X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Di… Read more
Delivered from John Lewis but no screw for stand
I got 8005 for 429 from John Lewis
So called up, apparently price match hadn't went through and was charged full price, no trace of it whatsoever.

Luckily had agents name and directory number, turned out it there was a note on system, didn't get an email because the girl missed out a letter so sent it to a wrong email, and they cannot add the correct email.

So, someone potentially has order confirmation and receipt. Just got to wait and see if I get any other document with my tv, ie proof of warranty, etc.

Won't be dealing with currys again, only just noticed that richer sounds would match, should of went with them.
Riyaal26 m ago

I purchased mine then phoned them up to price match. Got my confirmation …I purchased mine then phoned them up to price match. Got my confirmation email the following day.I might give them a call though as I want something in writing to say I have 5 years warranty


Yeah just after the confirmation really like, was concerned as to why I didn't get an email straight off. Cheers
Old_King_Doran1 h, 39 m ago

Bought this over the phone from currys, no confirmation email though and …Bought this over the phone from currys, no confirmation email though and its been an hour. Anyone else have a delay?


I purchased mine then phoned them up to price match. Got my confirmation email the following day.

I might give them a call though as I want something in writing to say I have 5 years warranty
Sony KD-65XE9305 65" 4K-HDR SMART-Android FreeviewHD/Youview XR-1000Hz - £1699 @ Power Direct
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Best price around for this TV at the moment and matches the best ever price for this as a new TV, John Lewis will price match. Seems deal ends midnight tonight.
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scoon14 h, 16 m ago

Can't understand why this is getting voted cold, great TV and good price


People may be, rightly or wrongly, basing their vote on this in comparison to the OLED TV's available for a similar price albeit in the region of 10" smaller...

Voted hot. Good TV at a good price!
Great price and nice reviews... really surprised with cold here!!!
Great price!
Off topic but is the 65xe7002 worth £999.99?
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scoon31 m ago

Can't understand why this is getting voted cold, great TV and good price


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Sony Bravia KD49XE8004 49 inch TV (4K HDR Ultra HD, Android TV, X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Display (2017 Model) - Amazon Prime Exclusive - £429
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Amazing price for a Sony bravia KD49XE8004 been previously posted at £639 + £575. This price is reserved for prime members (30 day trial available). Product DescriptionThe Sony Br… Read more
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dennisuv2nd Feb

Anyone ordered from JL


Mine's arrived from JL Tuesday and they have just confirmed the refund today
Mine arrived slow speed
Mine arrived sat. It's excellent. Currys
Anyone ordered from JL
Mine arrived yesterday from Amazon. Set up today and first impressions all good! You can tweak brightness and colour in settings so did not need to worry about previous comments about the dark scenes. It is an amazing tv for the price!! Well done to all who got it. ENJOY!!
SONY BRAVIA KD43XE8004 43" Smart 4K £535 with Price match at PC World
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Curry price match this TV from Amazon today at £535 with 5yrs Warrenty!!!
£589 when I just checked
jiraiya3 h, 31 m ago

All subsequent deals for tvs will pale in comparison to the John Lewis …All subsequent deals for tvs will pale in comparison to the John Lewis flash sale yesterday, especially given my deal definition entailing the item beating or equalling the lowest price it's been before...


Eh? What JL deal!
jiraiya25 m ago

All subsequent deals for tvs will pale in comparison to the John Lewis …All subsequent deals for tvs will pale in comparison to the John Lewis flash sale yesterday, especially given my deal definition entailing the item beating or equalling the lowest price it's been before...


As always, I miss the boat.
jona7717 m ago

Just bare in mind this tv was being sold on Amazon at the end of last year …Just bare in mind this tv was being sold on Amazon at the end of last year for £489.00 . For the last few days it’s being slowly reduced a few pounds every few hours at 8am this morning it was just under £550.00 so it’s still dropping




I was going to call bull, but you are absolutely right, down £2 since I last looked 30 mins ago, could have a bargain by this evening....
Want one but will wait to see what this years model has
£449 (Was £479) Sony Bravia LED TV From John Lewis, with HDR, Full HD 1080p Smart TV, 49" with Freeview Play & Cable Management, Black
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Just had one of these delivered. Sony, 49 inch, Smart TV, Freeview, HDR and 1080 HD for £449. From John Lewis so got the extra 5 year warranty cover too. I didnt think is was poss… Read more
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chapchap8th Jan

Only 1080 HD in 2018 isn't impressive.



Unless you're going to sit within about 5 foot of a 49" and have 20/20 vision, 1080HD is fine & any more would be a waste.
fiestasteve448th Jan

Dear oh dear this isn’t even a triluminous panel. £70 extra for tr …Dear oh dear this isn’t even a triluminous panel. £70 extra for triluminous is so worth it.


erm, yes it is. don't just guess and post things on subjects you have no idea about because it really doesnt help anbody and just makes you look stupid
Thanks. I don't know what triluminous means, pretty sure it didn't exist when I bought my current TV. Need to go and read some TV reviews I guess.
bristolgal16 h, 12 m ago

Please enlighten me, which of those things ARE actually worth paying extra …Please enlighten me, which of those things ARE actually worth paying extra for?


I cannot I am afraid! I cheated and bought a MUCH more expensive 4K model which has mostly all of these "desirable features". Which are the best value I do not know.

I did note the post above that said "£70 extra for triluminous is so worth it" - implying the "next up" Sony model costs that amount extra.
bristolgal19 h, 33 m ago

TV experts! I need a new one. I'm using a Panasonic viera that is about 13 …TV experts! I need a new one. I'm using a Panasonic viera that is about 13 years old and the sound is terrible no matter what I adjust in the settings although picture isa acceptable. We watch normal TV on catchup and dvds, we have no subscription services, only HD channels and don't game. Is it worth us getting a 4K TV given all that? Or is a TV like this going to do the job? Decent sound is really important because I'm sick of fuzzy dialogue on current TV but not really worth shelling out on a soundbar for the type of stuff we watch.


I'm no TV Expert but by what you said, A TV like this would do the job for you I think.

You have to pay extra on SKY/BT/VIRGIN for the 4K content and since you're not on any subscription services like Netflix or Amazon Video, their HDR or 4K content won't be any use to you either.

Howwver, i can't comment on the sound as I don't have this particular TV.
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XE8577 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV 10 bit panel - £839.98 instore @ Costco (Glasgow)
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XE8577 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV 10 bit panel. £839.98 including a 5 year warranty from Costco Glasgow although it should be nationwide. Ends 7th Jan. 10 b… Read more
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jiraiya18 h, 16 m ago

Thanks for confirming. I'm definitely staying away from sets without local …Thanks for confirming. I'm definitely staying away from sets without local dimming then. To make that Sony worse, the dimming was a split second behind the scene changes. Really bad.





Actually no. What your describing is advanced contrast enhancer or something like that. Where the backlight changes based on the scene. You can turn that off
Smadmad1 h, 29 m ago

That's a good TV. I'm not looking for a Tv was just making a point about …That's a good TV. I'm not looking for a Tv was just making a point about people obsessing over 8 bit and 10 bit panels without local dimming


I realise I just wanted to point out an example of a similarly priced TV with the "better" technology.
chopyhop1 h, 31 m ago

For £870 it is still possible to get the 49xe9005 from Richersounds by …For £870 it is still possible to get the 49xe9005 from Richersounds by price matching with Hughes + code jan75. (which does have the local dimming I believe)


That's a good TV. I'm not looking for a Tv was just making a point about people obsessing over 8 bit and 10 bit panels without local dimming
Smadmad5 h, 32 m ago

Don't so why it matters if it's a 8 or 10 bit. Pretty sure this TV doesn't …Don't so why it matters if it's a 8 or 10 bit. Pretty sure this TV doesn't have local dimming


For £870 it is still possible to get the 49xe9005 from Richersounds by price matching with Hughes + code jan75. (which does have the local dimming I believe)
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grantbloke55 m ago

Pretty much spot on, yeah.


Thanks for confirming. I'm definitely staying away from sets without local dimming then. To make that Sony worse, the dimming was a split second behind the scene changes. Really bad.
SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 (10 bit) 4K HDR TV (6 year warranty) - £839 @ Richer Sounds (price matching Currys deal)
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Richer Sounds telesales team have price matched the Currys £849.00 deal and beat it by £10. Ring up 0333 900 0093 and choose option 1 for the telesales team. Ask to price match… Read more
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a1231233rd Jan

It's a pity there is such little movement in price on the 55" version.


Most likely that 55” is the size where 4K really comes into its own. Anything smaller and the upgrade over 1080 is very small!
Inyourendo11 h, 26 m ago

Thanks for this. I have seen these already, unfortunately they don't work …Thanks for this. I have seen these already, unfortunately they don't work with soundbars which is a shame. To avoid faffing about I've decided to go for a different TV set with all ports being 2.0 full bandwidth compliant.Bummer as I loved the picture of the X90!


Can the switch not be plugged into one of the 2.0 inputs in the TV and then the audio passed down to the soundbar through the ARC port?
superal8 h, 18 m ago

These ones appear to be well regarded on …These ones appear to be well regarded on avforums:https://www.amazon.co.uk/SMARTOOO-23051-60Hz-HDMI-Switcher/dp/B06XN5C7XR/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1514986567&sr=8-1&keywords=smartooo+23051


Thanks for this. I have seen these already, unfortunately they don't work with soundbars which is a shame. To avoid faffing about I've decided to go for a different TV set with all ports being 2.0 full bandwidth compliant.
Bummer as I loved the picture of the X90!
I want this as my dedicated gaming TV so the missus can't bully me into Netflix and Sleep anymore.
It's a bit much for a 49er yet though
spitfire5117 h, 25 m ago

guys: question: is it worth the premium price let's say against a Sony …guys: question: is it worth the premium price let's say against a Sony 49XE8004 or Hisense 50N6800 or Hisense 49N5700???? I watch Netflix | Amazon Video | cast BBC iplayer | and next year Football World Cup. Distance from sofa to TV ~ 1.9meters | square view.....Really unsure whether the it is cost effective for this type of usage. Thoughts?


The main benefit of the 9005 is that it is far superior with HDR
49" SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 4K HDR TV - £849 with code @ Currys
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£100 off using code "TV100" using home delivery only, 5 year guarantee. Code ends 2nd Jan so may only be able to use until midnight tonight.
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newbie152nd Jan

Following a query this morning online chat said the 5yr guarantee is with …Following a query this morning online chat said the 5yr guarantee is with Currys NOT Sony however and having heard some of the customer service horror stories starting to have second thoughts about keeping it. I still have a JL price match for £874 - is it worth the extra £25 to have JL peace of mind should it go wrong?


Yes
I went back into Currys today (exactly one week after purchase) and explained the customer service people on the phone said the TV100 code was valid when I purchased the TV and asked them to match it. To my utter surprise they refunded £100 to my card.

I also asked for clarification about the guarantee. They said it's with Sony but you can go direct to store with any problems and they'll log it. The Sony T&Cs PDF talk about a certificate after registration but Currys said the sales receipt is all that would be needed.
veato3 h, 16 m ago

It was in-store. I just have to have faith now that Currys did indeed …It was in-store. I just have to have faith now that Currys did indeed "automatically" register me.This is the link on the printed receipt http://services.sony.co.uk/support/files/services/en_gb/Extended_Warranty_Terms_Conditions.PDF


Thanks - thats alleviates my fears over Currys' customer service somewhat. I'll wait and see if anything pitches up with the set tomorrow and if not email them for some form of written confirmation.
newbie151 h, 7 m ago

That's interesting - did you buy instore or home delivery from Currys? I …That's interesting - did you buy instore or home delivery from Currys? I can't find anything similar in my e-invoice from Currys.



It was in-store. I just have to have faith now that Currys did indeed "automatically" register me.

This is the link on the printed receipt services.sony.co.uk/sup…PDF
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veato1 h, 35 m ago

On my receipt for the TV it says I've automatically been registered for a …On my receipt for the TV it says I've automatically been registered for a 5yr guarantee and points me to the Sony website for the T&Cs. The guarantee is with Sony.


That's interesting - did you buy instore or home delivery from Currys? I can't find anything similar in my e-invoice from Currys.
Sony KDL49WE663BU 49" Full HD Smart LEDTV £369 (with code) @ Co-op Electrical
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Suvvey53 m ago

How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I po …How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I posted for 43” 1080p for £289 5 year warranty go cold. This place doesn’t make sense lol.


6 inches makes a big difference
How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I posted for 43” 1080p for £289 5 year warranty go cold. This place doesn’t make sense lol.
If it’s running Android like my 2016 avoid!
wakkaday3 h, 54 m ago

Does this have ps now?


I thought it had been removed from tvs, it not on any of mine,
This is a Sony not a Toshiba or LG.
Sony Bravia KD49XE7002 4K HDR Smart TV with 6 year warranty from Richer sounds - £529
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Sony BRAVIA KD49XE7002 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD Almost as good as last night's KD49XE8004 which is now £100 dearer than this and obviously not quite as go… Read more
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I'm holding out for the 8004 at £529 or better, or the 9005 if it reaches £700, if not those, I'll jump straight to Oled
Naruto6 h, 15 m ago

Agree. I have a 10 year old Sony LCD that delivers crisp picture and great …Agree. I have a 10 year old Sony LCD that delivers crisp picture and great colour. I am in the market for a 4k TV now as it's the new tech but quite frustrated that it's all a panel lottery these days. I think I may just stick with my old TV until the new ones become more reliable.


Agreed, exactly the same boat. Nothing wrong with the 10 year old+ Sony except I am getting itchy fingers to change it for a newer model and 4k. Just cannot decide what! SO SO frustrating....
InTheKnow44437 m ago

I'm the sameWas pondering the 8004 at the same price as this but it went …I'm the sameWas pondering the 8004 at the same price as this but it went up £100 overnightI'll stick with my 40 inch Bravia for now which i bought in 2010It's still going strong


I have a 40" Bravia I bought in 2008, it's starting to annoy me how reliable it's been!
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Naruto2 m ago

Agree. I have a 10 year old Sony LCD that delivers crisp picture and great …Agree. I have a 10 year old Sony LCD that delivers crisp picture and great colour. I am in the market for a 4k TV now as it's the new tech but quite frustrated that it's all a panel lottery these days. I think I may just stick with my old TV until the new ones become more reliable.


I'm the same

Was pondering the 8004 at the same price as this but it went up £100 overnight

I'll stick with my 40 inch Bravia for now which i bought in 2010

It's still going strong
Sony Bravia KD49XE7073 HDR 4K SMART TV at Amazon for £439
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REP £800 We just cancelled an order at Very.co.uk for £539.99 Great reviews from a renowned brand. £90 cheaper than anywhere else I can see.
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Keith_62201 h, 36 m ago

Is there a discount code as I can only see this for £529 now?


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Is there a discount code as I can only see this for £529 now?
no_Sunshine13 h, 1 m ago

Go for the 8004 from Amazon. £80 more, but worth it, according to reviews?



Go for the 8004 much better TV in many ways some already listed and in answer to someone else's question about sound the sound out of 8004 TV is very good
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Aretak6 m ago

If you check a little further down the product page, there's a voucher for …If you check a little further down the product page, there's a voucher for £75 off the marked price (jan75). John Lewis had no problem matching the voucher price when I submitted it to them, and several others reported the same in the deal posted on here (should have linked that too).https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kd49xe9005-49-smart-4k-hdr-uhd-2160p-led-tv-with-freeview-hd-874-with-code-hughes-jl-price-match-confirmed-2867207


Yes - sorry! Was just about to post I had just seen that!

Pricematch submitted to John Lewis
BrianM15 m ago

I see Hughes at £949 for the 49XE9005 (same as John Lewis)?????


If you check a little further down the product page, there's a voucher for £75 off the marked price (jan75). John Lewis had no problem matching the voucher price when I submitted it to them, and several others reported the same in the deal posted on here (should have linked that too).

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Sony KD49E8004 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV at Amazon for £529
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4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the brilliance of 4K HDR - Incredible contrast, real-life colours and exceptional 4K detail. Get closer to reality, even with regular broadcasts and mo… Read more
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Keith_622019 m ago

This is coming as £629 now. Is there a deal code or is it over? Thanks


It's over
This is coming as £629 now. Is there a deal code or is it over? Thanks
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Manimal3 h, 38 m ago

Yes. I've emailed them but I had auto response saying their offices are …Yes. I've emailed them but I had auto response saying their offices are closed until 02/01/18. I'd even started putting the stand together before I realised the TV was the cheaper model. I imagine it will be sorted out by them but it is pretty annoying. Make sure you check the box before you open it!


i will, and thanks for the heads up
fiestasteve444 h, 46 m ago

No all XE starting models are 2017.Xd are 2016XC 2015Etc


Ok mate stand corrected I bought the xe8004 a few days ago very good tv
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Sony Bravia KD43XE8004 43 inch TV - Amazon for £489
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I had this followed on ukcamelcamel for when it was finally reduced to under £500 and got an email today with it at this price. I'd have bought it myself for this price but finally… Read more
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back up to £589
daedos3 h, 12 m ago

6” better. A XE83 should be better than a XE80. Sony TV Numbering E …6” better. A XE83 should be better than a XE80. Sony TV Numbering ExplainedThe picture on my 49XE80 is great. Shame AndroidOS is a bit laggy and that the prices have plummeted since I got it. Amazed how cheap they are now.


6" is not an option. Thanks for effort with explanation of numbers and letters.
This is the only TV without PWM at reasonable brightness levels A pity one has to pay a premium for something that meets basic health and safety standards.
Suvvey4 h, 25 m ago

Is this better than the hisense 45n5750? The hisense is larger, direct led …Is this better than the hisense 45n5750? The hisense is larger, direct led and cheaper however has no local dimming.Is there any such thing as a high-end 43/45” TV? Even if it is 1080p?



Yes you can get high end 43" TV's I believe 40" is the smallest now for a high end tv
eM_De1 h, 34 m ago

So is Sony Bravia KD49XE8396 any better than this one? If any one can help …So is Sony Bravia KD49XE8396 any better than this one? If any one can help would be great thanks


6” better.

A XE83 should be better than a XE80. Sony TV Numbering Explained

The picture on my 49XE80 is great. Shame AndroidOS is a bit laggy and that the prices have plummeted since I got it. Amazed how cheap they are now.
Sony Bravia KD55XE7073 4K HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO for Enhanced Clarity, Texture and Detail Picture Quality, 2017 Model) - 55 inch, Silver [Energy Class a_plus] [Energy Class A+] - £529 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
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se2310 h, 15 m ago

Thanks for the info. Which model do you have please? Id like to try it out …Thanks for the info. Which model do you have please? Id like to try it out when I go back to work


Mu6120
BrianM30th Dec

The retailers are not getting bogged down trying to explain about 10-bit …The retailers are not getting bogged down trying to explain about 10-bit panels and the like


Probably not worth the hassle, every TV I've seen in a home environment has excessive sharpening and 'Benny Hill' motion settings. It drives me bonkers, how can people watch TV and films like this?
BrianM30th Dec

There are quite a few Sony models in the iPlayer “Blue Planet II HDR test” …There are quite a few Sony models in the iPlayer “Blue Planet II HDR test” approved list - but by no means all! I find that strange as I thought all (most?) the recent Android TV based models got HLG in the latest update (but I must be mistaken??)In any event it might be very silly to choose a TV solely on the basis of a soon-to-finish test broadcast!


It plays Blue Planet 2 in 4K so it doesn't matter.
BlackCloud1 h, 44 m ago

Of course, begs the question why not another Samsung?


To many issues to list the biggest being motion handling.
Sony Bravia KD55XE85 £829.99 @ Donaghy Bros
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Seem's to be the best price for this model at the minute. I'm holding out for another deal similar to the TPS offer on Black Friday.
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this one comes with 5 year guarantee included. I think this is the best deal for this TV I have seen. I wonder if JL will price match
849 at TPS WITH 2 more years warranty and a free wall bracket
Sony Bravia KD55A1BU OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 55" with Acoustic Surface for £2299 (£1999 after £300 cash back) @ RGB Direct
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dxorcist35 m ago

Just spoke to Sony Customer Services and they confirmed the purchasing …Just spoke to Sony Customer Services and they confirmed the purchasing period ended on the 24th December with the cash back period ending on 31st January.... :-(



Have you called RGB Direct? It might an idea to give them a call too. When I called them they confirmed the cashback is still available may be it is something they are doing instore?
Just spoke to Sony Customer Services and they confirmed the purchasing period ended on the 24th December with the cash back period ending on 31st January.... :-(
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Alandar7 h, 59 m ago

Got email from sony that promotion was only eligible for the tvs purchase …Got email from sony that promotion was only eligible for the tvs purchase between 24Nov and 24Dec so no cash back


RGB Direct has confirmed they are offering cashback and same cashback is listed on John Lewis. I am not sure how they are doing this but cashback is still being of
Got email from sony that promotion was only eligible for the tvs purchase between 24Nov and 24Dec so no cash back
John Lewis is now £2399

T&C's say also "Claims must be submitted after thirty (30) days from the date of purchase of the relevant Product. Claims submitted before the relevant date will be rejected." so that implies even with the extension to 31st January you would need to buy it by 01/01/2018 ( I think ).
Updated 25th Jan: Sony 65"  KD65XE9005BU TV £1469 @ COOP Electrical using voucher code CP80
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imk8328 m ago

Quite a few undecided in the comments between Mu8000 and XE90, I’m also on …Quite a few undecided in the comments between Mu8000 and XE90, I’m also on the fence here.


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Is android tv a deal killer as opposed to Samsung’s OS?
Quite a few undecided in the comments between Mu8000 and XE90, I’m also on the fence here.
Really can't make my mind up. Trying to decide between this and the Samsung 65MU8000. Couple of hundred quid in it... any advice? Can't decide...
MIDURIX30th Dec 2017

You know the model up Sony X93 isn't FALD it's edge lit, so Sony …You know the model up Sony X93 isn't FALD it's edge lit, so Sony themselves don't agree with you. Edge lit doesn't nessesarily mean worse.




The XE93 has a separate technology which fires the light to exactly where it’s needed. Although the lights themselves are at the top and bottom, the end result far exceeds a standard edge-lit TV. It also allows the XE93 to offer more lighting zones than the XE90.
Sony Bravia KD43XE8004BU 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - Richer Sound Ebay for £504 - 6 years warranty
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Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Phoned richer sound (0333 900 0093) and price matched to co-op ebay store. Told them its £504 on co-op ebay store using code (Code: PNY2018). Only valid until 6pm (28th Dec)
They don’t seem to want to price match, they say the other company must have a similar warrenty
Perfect! Had been looking for this exact model. Just phoned them and got the price match. Thanks OP!
Mojomaster19793 m ago

Because a lot of people are obsessed with getting meaningless internet …Because a lot of people are obsessed with getting meaningless internet "likes".


You are right. It's annoying my feed being full of pointless ebay deals
Smadmad1 m ago

If this code works on ebay On any purchase over £20. Why are individual …If this code works on ebay On any purchase over £20. Why are individual deals being posted?


Because a lot of people are obsessed with getting meaningless internet "likes".
If this code works on ebay On any purchase over £20. Why are individual deals being posted?
SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 £874 with voucher at Currys/PC World
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Bargain at £874 when using ebay voucher code PNY2018, voucher ends at 6PM today.
Get dealGet deal
Speedy8912 h, 3 m ago

£1054 from Co op electrical with code PCT75.


Still need it to drop a little further lol
Civichyde5 h, 59 m ago

55 is 1124 with currys using the code, still a bit to much your not far …55 is 1124 with currys using the code, still a bit to much your not far off oled for that price it needs to fall under a grand.


£1054 from Co op electrical with code PCT75.
It only took a couple of you to convince me. Ordered one it took 4 different cards and numerous tries for my card to be accepted. Stupid fraud detection from PayPal and the bank, one of which I work for
Hmmm wonder if this will go cheaper
Almost jumped on this earlier, but went for some switch stuff instead. Already having doubts lol.
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