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SONY Bravia KD55EX8596 4K 10bit 100hz 5yr warranty - £792.99 delivered (with code) @ Co-op Electrical
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
5 year warranty 4k Hdr 10bit Etc. Etc.etc Use code SP60 to get this amazballs price
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Was also going to comment 8 bit + frc lol as far as im aware only Sonys 90 series and OLEDs have 10 bit


No I'm not it's 8bit +frc does this TV support Dolby vision?


When comparing my Sony 7002 to hitachi that was uploaded year last year (also 4K) we definitely noticed the difference. However maybe not a fair comparison as as Sony has HDR too, unlike the Hitachi that only had 4K

I know nothing about that issue but it clearly doesn't affect every Samsung TV else they'd all be returned! (ok, not all but return rate would be high). Common sense. LG for OLED, watch for RGBW models Sony AND Samsung - definitely Panasonic Hisense - good value for money, not high end ALL makes have pros AND cons, none are perfect!


XF85 looks great but with no reviews yet i'll wait b4 spending £1k on a bedroom tv for movies/gaming!

Sony Bravia KD65XD7505 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £999.99 @ Costco
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
looks a decent price for a Sony 65 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV in COSTCO (membership required)
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Only way I get extra source in is via yamaha cinema receiver. But i have to plan that right. I.e things that I want cinema sound for like sky, mede8er. Ps4 pro goes straight to tv because receiver cant pass through 4k signal. But then I have optical cable going from tv to receiver to solve that issue. But i have older consoles there like 360,ps3 and wii U that kids play. Because of hdmi 2.0 they wont bother with displayport inputs.


Probably never. Four has been the standard on higher end TVs for over a decade and manufacturers would argue that very few people would ever use more than that (and can just buy a splitter if they want). It costs them money to add more HDMI ports (in terms of royalties as well as part cost), so they'll avoid it if they can. It'd be nice if DisplayPort made its way to the TV market, but it doesn't look like that's ever going to happen.


When will they do 6 or 8 HDMI inputs?


Yes. It's the xd model. We're on xf now


Five year warranty apparently. Hmm Is it worth paying an extra £50 for an additional 4 years warranty over the AO price? At this price range, I guess it probably is (instead of say a £349 Blaupunkt TV vs a £399 Blaupunkt TV with a 5 year warranty). Good job I accidentally voted this hot in that case.

Sony BRAVIA KD49XE9005 NEW 6yr £899 Guarantee Richer Sounds
LocalLocalFound 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Richer Sounds deal on the Sony 49XE9005 A few brand new models - Guilford, Hull & London City branches Also some open boxes at quite a few shops
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Don't mind him, he's basically the "anti-49 inch" troll.


Been well worth it to me! Bought one in the Xmas sales.


I have issues with Sony kd-43x8307c. Amazon video on wired connectionstutter at start, and bt sport on chromecast built in has serious judder/robotics movement but not on 2 other older Sony tv’s very annoying. And on 75 meg connection and with recent Sony/Android update. If not resolved would put me off buying another Sony.


XF90 does? I'm prepared to wait.


You'll be waiting a while longer then.

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Sony 4K 55" TV KD55XE7003BU - £599 with code @ RGB Direct - with John Lewis Price Match
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Sony's highly rated 55" budget TV at less than £600 with code SPORTS30. I used this deal to buy it from John Lewis as they agreed to a price match, so it comes with a 5 Year Guara… Read more
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Well Bestard you were right, HDR is appalling. So blurry on Sky HD and text blurry on PS4 Pro. Old 40" Samsung is so much clearer. Going back on Wednesday. Any recommendations in may consider a non 4k TV at this stage.


Thanks, order placed with John Lewis price match


Between a rock and a hard place I went for this model for its screen uniformity, motion capabilities, low input lag for the PS4 Pro and general all round competence in most areas of interest. The Samsung 6400 was considered but has backlight bleed issues and the stand is too wide. The Panasonic EX700 has motion blur issues and particularly bad viewing angles. LG's models in this range are poor at best. Hisense make no sense! Sharp, Hitachi, JVC & Toshiba I discounted early. The lack of apps and bluetooth is far from a deal breaker, this TV as pointed out is not the best Smart TV around. Sound is not a concern either with a soundbar. HDR isn't a strong point either but the Sony XE90's are beyond my price range - my wife is already asking me to sell my Omega Seamaster to pay for a holiday and the TV :S


I have the 43" version. I would not recommend this TV. Lacking in apps. Lacking in Bluetooth. Sound is not great. HDR is poor. Not really sure what this offers over models from rival brands. That said, this is a good price compared to what it normally sells for. The five year John Lewis warranty via price match is a useful bonus. So on that basis I am voting this hot.


Thanks for sharing op....

Sony tv KD55XE8596 100hz and 10bit 4k 55inch £799 with code @ Hughes
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
£799 with voucher code Easter50. Plus 5 year warranty.
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TV was surprisingly heavy compared to the LCD it replaced from 2011 ish. Needed a neighbour to help set it on its stand. Lag when playing NHL 2017 on PS4 is not noticeable. My son however says there's lag on multiplayer death match games like Call of Duty. OLED burn in risk and low max brightness put me off.


58 - it’s just the right size for the chimney breast it’s hung on.


Kool sounds really good. I Just feel for the extra I can the oled LG... Would you say the TV is heavy? And have u done any gaming as worried about the lag?


I'm heavily invested in Android. So on balance, I'm happy with my choice. So many apps available, more to sideload. The brightness and black levels are fantastic. In a sunlit room, on full brightness, the TV burns my retinas. The buggiest software is the built-in TV guide. But as I use a Virgin box for channel surfing, this is a non issue.


Hi what's your opinion now? I just ordered one but having second thoughts...

Sony Bravia KD49XE8077 - £584.10 with code @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Easter sale 10% off making it £584.10. Easter 10 . Says in store collection only.
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Hard to say similar TV 8004 was £429 a few months back.I'm going to wait a few months as the 2018 range filter through and older models are discontinued hopefully getting a price cut.


Have been thinking about the 8396. Anyone think it will drop in price soon? Are there usually more discounts tomorrow on the Bank Holiday or is Easter not really a good time to buy a TV?


Yeah it's quite confusing i did phone the Sony centre who told me the only difference is the colour, KD49XE8396 (black bezel, silver stand) and KD49XE8077 (silver bezel, silver stand) both have Motionflow XR 400Hz (Native 50Hz) This is a link to the 8 series spec on the Sony website.


Same TV by the look of it just different coloured stand.Doesn't help when Currys have their own model numbers.


The last two digits from the 4 digit model number denote differences (within the model family) such as colour. For instance 8004 (and 8005) is black, 8077 is silver. Both of which are part of the xe80 family.

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Sony Bravia  KD49XE7003 4K Ultra HD Smart  TV with 5 year warranty £529 @ John Lewis
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Pretty much bottom of the Sony 4k range, let's be honest. However, this is really cheap (cheapest current price) and has a five year warranty.

Waiting for a decent 8 series model on offer....


I'm waiting for the Samsung 40mu6400 or the Panasonic 40ex700b to drop down to the £350 price point. I know the Sammy did drop down to that over Christmas so there is potential for that to happen again. Both have got VA panels (rather than IPS panels) which apparently are better for blacks and contrast but at the cost of viewing angles. Which is fine for me in a bedroom to be honest since I'd be sat upright in bed, directly facing the TV, but I suppose if you wander around a lot or do the ironing or something in your bedroom, maybe the viewing angle might become more important than the contrast. Also, I'm told there isn't much benefit from 4k on TVs of this size (Under 49") unless you are sat right in front of it within a few feet as you won't significantly notice the difference between HD and UHD.


What TV would you recommend in 40'' or 43'' size? Mostly will be watching SD (and some HD) broadcasts but would like to invest in a 4K TV now rather than regret couple of years later. So would prefer a TV that does a decent job of upscaling. Thanks


I wouldn't buy it unless on a budget, or somehow fixated with the Sony brand. This seems to be their lowest specd model. To be clear I have a 49xe80 which I would recommend, but it's also more expensive. The current price and the five year warranty are what make this model attractive right now.


How good is this TV compared to rivals, genuine question honest answers please

Sony BRAVIA KD65XE9005 65" Smart Built in Wi-Fi UHD 2160P LED TV with Freeview HD £1489 with code at Hughes
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Been looking for a new large TV to replace my Hisense that has terrible banding when watching motorsport. This looks like the best available at this price point (also considered th… Read more
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Ah man it appears I did that was a cracking price!


You missed my deal


£1529 advertised. Price beat of "simply" which was 1479 so i paid £1459. Was happy with that as ive been looking for ages and just wanted the deal closed!


Yeah, the 93/94 have a stepup in processor compared to the 90. Although in the several reviews I've read Sony's processor for the LG OLED panel is beaten by Philips and Panasonic, so I wouldn't let that swing me too much.


Good summary. Although I'd say the main difference between the XE90 and the new XF90 isn't the brightness but the processer. The Xtreme cpu in the XF is Sony's best and it comes with a few great features. I own an XE90 btw. I can tell you that brightness isn't everything if you are watching in a dim/dark room. In HDR it can get uncomfortably bright. To my eyes anyway. I wouldn't want the 9305, it's known to be way brighter. It would literally pierce my eyes! I'm waiting to see what the competition launches and few months for prices to start dropping then I'll probably upgrade to the XF90.

Sony Bravia 55XE9005 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV - £880 @ John Lewis Birmingham instore
LocalLocalFound 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Just spotted this fantastic tv at JL at Birmingham New street..hope this helps some one

I totally agree!. No TV is perfect and whilst it is a good (great) edge lit, it isnt magic either. I hovered over the 75XE9405 which at £3500 (cheapest i saw it) is imo the best TV I have ever seen at that price bracket until you go to silly money (- its still not perfect, no dolby vision (yet?), the limited viewing angle inherent to the panel and not a great tv if it is doing the scaling for 1080p gaming , its ok for 4k) but £3500 for a tv, even a 75 inch monster, i just could not justify it. everyone ones wallet is different but imo both the 9005 and the 9305 if you can still find one are nice compromises between price and performance. Assuming i cant get the TV i am after, this is probably my next best hope. but i will be waiting for black Friday i imagine to get it down to a price i am happy with.


Reviews of the 9305 talk about some visible "edge lit" picture effects so it's not all great (and for ~£300 more). A good TV but it isn't perfect either


FALD Full Array local dimming. The 2017 sony sets are interesting because the 9005 is an OK FALD set but the 9305 - which is the model above, only has edge lit screen... but it has arguably the best edge lit set up on the market in that price bracket (apparently i am not an expert, just looking at AV reviews) where as the 9005 only has "ok" Full array local dimming and so the sony 9305 actually beats it. i looked at both and they both seem pretty amazing to me.


If I had the chance would've gone for it even though been looking for a 49/50 inch set. Wot is FALD? Please explain acronyms in your threads guys & gals. Heat from me at this price (shock)


Even tho i rate the 9x05 2017 sets I do agree there is a lot of truth here i nthis thread against them, Sonys updates on DV has been nothing short of shocking (not an issue for this set) and i dont really rate android either. Viewing angles ARE limited, and it is an inherent design issue of the panel, but it is why you research what kind of screen you need base on how the set will be watched / used. For me the better black is more important than a tight viewing angle. In general i am no Sony lover, but in 2017 i think they did nail their TVs despite all the above in the area which counts. pic quality. their 2018 sets i am less convinced by, the XF9005 is an upgrade on the XE9005 but its pricy and a downgrade on the 93 and 94 sets. I currently have a 65XE9305 on order (not FALD but about the best edge lit you can get it would seem). if that order is cancelled - i am expecting it will - then i have fairly high hopes for the LG 2018 sets with full FALD, DV and atmos support. I will be waiting for more reviews however or better yet get my mk1 eyeballs on one myself 1st. perhaps oled is the future but i do not know enough about them long term... i expect 8-10 years from a TV - and my use is primarily as a pc monitor / gaming where the burn in could be more of an issue. (sony sets also a bit laggy for gaming @1080p but ok @4k)

Sony KD55XE9305 55" 4k UHD HDR TV £1198.97 @ Currys
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
This is one of the best performing LCD's of 2017. Amazing visuals and excellent HDR performance. Do NOT allow the edge-lit panel to put you off, the performance on this is amazing.… Read more

Same for me. I totally avoid buying anything from Currys for this reason. They will not give refunds under almost any circumstances. The problem is they get one of their muppets in store to test the TV, and they pretty much always come back and say it's fine, even when it clearly isn't. That can make returns a nightmare if you think the product isn't up to standard, because you can struggle to even get credit note, let alone your money back. Avoid like the plague


It's a Sony .. poor support , lack of firmware updates , One for the fanboys


The last fee times I've been in to collect stuff and have a wander round I've heard some amazing streams of lies from their assistant. Last one was that usb 3.0 sticks won't work in your usb 2.0 laptop, so either buy a new laptop from us or buy a usb 2.0 stick from us.


I agree, customer service is diabolical if anything goes wrong! Never again will I shop there even if they are the cheapest


Yes I get you . None of that surprises me.

SONY BRAVIA KD49XE9005 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £869.97 @ Currys
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
I've been looking at this one for a while and i think this is the best price i've seen so far, it has got great reviews and been awarded best buy in What HIFI

I purchased mine from RGB Direct on Monday, I phoned them up to check to see if they had them in stock, which they were. And they should be delivering tomorrow. It's £969.00 similar price to what John Lewis was selling them at. They are a reputable company, the company I work for has our products sold there. They have two branches in Louhgton and another Ilford if you wanted to view the TV's in person. Hope this helps mate


where did you buy it?


need to be more like 3 foot away for true 4k with 20/20 vision


Just bought this from another retailer where do you go to register the 5 year warranty please thanks


Which one is better.... XE9005 55 inch compared to Samsung UE55MU8000?

Sony BRAVIA KD55XE7073 £564.95 @ Richer Sounds
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Been looking around for a 55 inch 4k HDR for a while for under 600. This is the cheapest I've seen for a decent Sony, what do people make of it?
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Thanks for posting and welcome to HUKD @cakeordeath . There doesn't appear to be any option to buy this though.


Good find @cakeordeath welcome to deal heaven! It is not much more at that price, than it was in the sales in Jan, so good value. The later firmware update on these early 2017 sony's has also made them an excellent gaming / pc alternative to a 32" monitor with the same 4k resolution. Has tiptop reviews all around and you can also do a lot of screen calibration to suit your individual needs and set up 8)

Sony Bravia KD43XD8077SU 43 Inch 4K TV (SILVER) - £458.99 @ Argos eBay (Brand New)
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Silver version of the black TV 40xd8088 posted at the same time. Brand New - 12 month warranty. 2016 model. Silver frame. VA Panel (better blacks / contrast but worse viewing ang… Read more

You may want to consider the Panasonic ex700b too. It came down to £380 or something. Less than three weeks ago.


It was that price early this year, and may well go down when the new Samsung range is launched. Wish I was in a position to wait and find out! I was really surprised that the 6100 was so poor given it's a Samsung 6 series.


I'm waiting for the 40mu6400 to drop below £350 personally.


I tried the Samsung 6100 40" from Richer Sounds and thought the picture was really poor - hazy, poor colours - so had to return it. Has put me off Samsung! But the Samsung 6400 is said to have a better picture (8bit +FRC) than the 6100. Space means I can't get a larger TV than 40/43". If the picture on both will be similar I'll go Samsung due to the warranty


I'm not sure you are going to see a large improvement over that specific Samsung. Both have VA panels and are both on the small side. That Samsung is one year newer model than this Sony.

Sony Bravia KD-55XE9005 - Power Direct - £999 John Lewis will Price Match!
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
John Lewis will price match PowerDirect. I matched mine after Christmas with them for £1049. I know this went up recently with the co-operative but for anyone who wanted to purchas… Read more
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The only problem with clearance stock sales is that once it’s gone, it’s gone. This one is one of Sony’s best selling tv’s from their 2017 range so might be a bit risky. Guess it’s just how much you want to play the odds. I got it instead of waiting because I didn’t want to miss out on it - otherwise, it’s another year of waiting again to get it with a big discount. For some people the trade off of saving an extra £100 or so for the sake of losing out on it isn’t worth it, it’s already £700/ 800 cheaper than it was on release which is pretty decent.


Buying a TV now is insane with the 2018 models just around the corner and the inevitable clearance sales to come on old stock, but that is just my humble sensible opinion, good luck on your new TV purchase if anyone takes a punt. Voted hot!


Definitely this over the 58ex700. I owned the 58ex750 which is better but it still wasnt as good as this 9005. As for the Android platform, it doesn't seem as bad as people say. I've used it without issue. Granted, it is not the fastest platform I've used but it's not painfully slow. I use my Xbox X for every thing now so I don't really use the TVs smart features anymore.


Back to £999 so I requested that this deal be unexpired. Voted hot.


Thanks, took a screenshot when I submitted the price match so I could back it up because these guys change the price every other rlminute. Now it's just a case of deciding between this or the much much cheaper 58EX700B... As for Android TV, does anyone rely on smart TV apps for long? They always get outdated so fast, better off with a Fire or Shield device from the get go

Sony BRAVIA KD49XE9005 - 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV Freeview HD £969 @ Richer sounds
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Blurb below. cheapest I've seen this. Would be interested on people's opinions... "4K picture quality is superb, there’s a range of streaming apps to keep us content, and it’s g… Read more
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I would also refuse to buy a TV at a higher price when it's already been cheaper. If they can sell it at a much lower price then they will sell it again for that price. You got to play retailers at their own game.


Agreed that it's overpriced. It's the wrong time to buy unless you can't wait a month. Prices will drop to an actual deal before the launch of the XF model


This should be the price for the 55". At 49", way overpriced for me.


No, they don't. But they do have patience and an ability to wait for it to drop again.


Well it kind of sets the precedent doesn't it. Electronic items as a whole 99% of the time go down in value over a relatively short amount of time, so if a tv has been £799, I wouldn't buy it for £999 just because that was the cheapest it was available at that point, unless I absolutely had to have the TV at that time. I would just wait until it fell again, and probably dropped further as they always do.

Sony KD-55XE9305 4K HDR TV with Slim Backlight Drive+, 4K HDR Processor X1™ Extreme and TRILUMINOS™ Display. - £1249 @ Sevenoaks Sound
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
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


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.


...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 (mad)


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
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
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 (mad)


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.


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


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

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