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Sony Bravia KD49XE8077 49-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Youview and Freeview HD - Silver (2017 Model) £499 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
On the lookout for a 49/50 inch 4K HDR telly and found this on Amazon. Looks decent, good reviews and has 4xHDMI .
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MoneyEyes

I'm confused as I get no issues with my set for operating speed on the android smart system, I actually swear by Sony

daedos

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

ravenr1

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

Bestard

2017

Yesgo

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

Sony 32 inch KDL32RE403BU HDR Standard £179 @ Tesco Direct
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Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Seems a good deal for a non-smart 32" tv, ordered one for my rental property. You can always hook up an apple tv for smart functions. Wall mountable and 7cm thick. Dimensions (W… Read more
spannerzone

Well they'll have to huddle around the TV to watch it :D

LadyEleanor

It might accept 1080p but it will downscale!

LadyEleanor

I get the impression this is not great HDR either, the blurb applying to the TV range, Its 720p certainly. The HDR referenced lools out of date

Krizzo3

This one is for bedroom, straight on the other lg from sky accesories deal goes for the living room

LadyEleanor

Not if they sit 45 degrees to the TV.

Sony BRAVIA KD55XE9305 £999 @ John Lewis Brent Cross Shopping Mall London. Ex display 5 yr Warranty
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LocalLocalFound 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Ultimate picture quality with X1 Extreme processor - whatever the source Sony's newly developed X1 Extreme processor has an impressive 40% more real-time processing than the alread… Read more
skula

Thanks Tobi, I saw that one. The one year warrantee just put me off. Too much a risk to spend that amount on a TV with only one year warrantee

TobiRIP

No i posted the Grade A refurbished ones direct fron Sony with delivery

skula

It is what considering but only for those in London. I am up north in Manchester unless you think John Lewis will from Brent Cross

TobiRIP

Why dont you look at what I posted?

skula

Its a shame I missed out on this TV when it was on sale at John Lewis or Richersound. Can anyone advice which TV is a better replacement that match this? Not over £1,500 in price. (am not looking for OLED tv because of burn in) Lastly anyone with experience buying TV after World Cups? Does TV prices generally fall after that? Logic dictate price should fall down but can't find any information on my we research for previous world Cup years of TV prices falling

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Sony Bravia KD55XE7093BU 55" 4K HDR Smart TV (2017 exclusive model) - Black [Energy Class A+] + free blu ray player offer £538.97 @ Amazon
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Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
+ free bluray player offier https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01AAH1CYA 4K HDR - Immerse yourself in the brilliance of 4K HDRIncredible contrast, real-life colours and exce… Read more
sonnychiba1a

Ordered! Heat added. Great deal.

welg69

2000

krisb1701d

whats the difference between the xe7093 and the xe9093?

my-planet

I find it impossible to buy a TV without at least a 5 year warranty. If only amazon or the manufacturer did that :( (they used to)

dmm1000

The Blu-Ray player on offer is only 1080p

Sony Bravia KDL49WE663 (49-Inch) Premium Full HD HDR TV (X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Display) - Black (2017 Model) [Energy Class A+] £334.49 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
HDR. Brilliant highlights, beautiful textures. HDR preserves the detail in the brightest and darkest scenes found in PS4 games and Netflix titles, for a more dynamic and realistic … Read more
welg69

Has gone up WTF vote cold.

chapsuk

Now £300.77 :{

awastedyouth

At this rate, possibly. Now £303.07, 10% cheaper than initial post. Make that £302.48 4hours later - £299.65

welg69

So in s few weeks it will be free?

awastedyouth

£308.80 Interesting to see how Amazons price drop algorythm works. I suspect this product has been flagged as "end of line, must go", resulting in a gradual drop in price as stock gets lower and lower.

SONY BRAVIA KD55AF8BU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV instore £2159.98 @ Costco - Gateshead
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LocalLocalFound 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Looks a good price, you need to be a member to get this price seen at Gateshead store today
Spenfica

I skipped past the bigger TVs so not sure

madmax666

this is a great deal those voting cold are basing it on other models but its still a good deal if you want a sony model voted hot

alwayslfc

After 65" is it available too in Costco, great if anyone knows please, much appreciated in advance (y)

liveinabin

Oops. Haha. Scratch previous reply - just noticed that this Sony is the 2018 model so that price is totally justified. My bad :)

liveinabin

Where is all this from? Bearing in mind that What HiFi is basically as reliable as the Daily Mail. Not saying untrue, it’s just that B7s colour gradation and dark performance is..well.. flawless.

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SONY BRAVIA KD75XE8596BU 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR £1698.96 @ Pc world business
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Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Hoping it helps someone that wanted this beast of a TV. More than 10 available at the time of posting
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Geebsie

Looks like it mate, good work!

s4ch

Oh, sorry to hear that mate. Seems I got the last good deal...

Geebsie

Just tried phoning the Leeds store but apparently their head office has e-mailed all stores to indicate that it can no longer be sold at a price less than £1,999 ;(

Geebsie

Did you speak to David on the phone or on Live Chat? It was David I spoke to on LiveChat but he said they've been told they can no longer offer it unfortunately.

s4ch

Ask David, he said he'd honour it for others

Sony Bravia KD55XE7073 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Cable Management, Silver £549 John Lewis
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30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Good reviews at http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/sony-xe70 5 years warranty with John Lewis.
rew81

I have a kd55s8005 updated to 7.0. Sometimes it is a bit slow but even so I would not go back to a tv without Android OS. In the newer models with better hardware, probably, the lag problem is solved.

Kev`

To be honest, I have the Android version in 49" and it is so slow when trying to navigate menus and such. Quite disappointing so considering the upgrade to OLED pretty soon.

ATA

This model come with freeview play

rew81

No Android OS!

iGlad

You cannot go wrong with a Sony Bravia

Sony Bravia KD43XE7073 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Freeview Play & Cable Management, Silver £449 @ John Lewis ( Price Match £428.97)
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Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Price match currys will become 428.97, you get 5 year warranty from JL. Free delivery. Good reviews for some with limited budget..
The_Guru

Picture quality is so much better then lg's

stamfordblue

Get Richer Sounds to price match and get 6 years!

Ts1899

Perfect just what I’m looking for plus 5 yrs warranty !!!

Sony KD49XE7002BU 49" 4K TV for £434 with membership card @ CoOp Electrical
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Found 26th MayFound 26th May
First deal, so be kind. Sony KD49XE7002BU 49” 4K Smart LED TV for £484.00, but you can get a further £50.00 off with a membership card (which can be gotten for £1) Discount for d… Read more
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Kyle_Secker

I can confirm that you can screen mirror. It’s a bit of a faff at first, but it works alright. :D

Kyle_Secker

I received the TV today and I don’t get where you’re coming from. I’m currently watching The Crown and the picture quality is excellent and the only adjustment I made was a slight increase on the brightness.

DrunkOnRedWine

Wouldn't recommend this TV. Completely underwhelmed by it, everything seemed washed out and fuzzy - returned for a refund. My 8 year old Samsung 40" has a better picture!

iz123456789

Well let us know if you can thanks

bluecityste

So, does anyone know how this compares to the latest deals posted this week from other brands i.e. is this better picture quality than the Philips 50? Etc Answers for normal viewing and football would be much appreciated! Thank you x

Sony 65 inch kd65zd9 £1698.97 @ Currys in Croydon (display model - only one in stock)
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LocalLocalFound 24th MayFound 24th May
My brother went to Currys in Croydon today and send me a pic of this offer as I always raved about how muh better this is than LG oled tv. He was really surprised to the low price.… Read more
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montana78

Sometimes they knock more price off for missing items?

alienjoker

Have been on the market for a decent 65" and thought this might be the one. However, after popping into store, it turns out that this is a display model with no remote and having chatted to the sales guy, he said it had been on display since he started working there 18months ago. (It's also missing the back panel which isn't the end of the world). Good looking screen, but I'd be cautious of how "played with" it has been over the time its been on display so for me it's a no at that price given its history. 8)

montana78

I was thinking the same. My brother told me and sent me the link. Thanks for the correction :D

kiranmk2

Yep - the replacement for the ZD9 looks like it will be the ZF9 which has been leaked in the last few days. If I had to bet I would go for a launch at IFA in Berlin at the end of the Summer (alongside a new AF9 OLED). Google these model numbers to get the info and speculation.

Enet

Not exactly. This XF90 is the replacement for the XE90. The ZD9 is the top of the range and has no replacement. Now that I have (mostly) got over my XE93 fixation I would have probably looked for this one but there is no 55" version.

£719.98 Sony Bravia KD49XF8096 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49" with Freeview HD & Youview, 5YR Warranty Costco Members 14th May 2018 - 3rd June 2018
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Member only savings Offers Valid 14th May 2018 - 3rd June 2018 around £1000 everywhere else , It would pay to become a member just for this offer. Not available online, instore onl… Read more
Gozer

The full May Offers brochure is here. The 65" Hisense TV for the same price seems better value to me but each to their own.

Sony BRAVIA KD55XE7073 55 inches 4k HDR tv £559 with code at Currys
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25/12/2018Expires on 25/12/2018Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
1 in 20 to get this free £20 discount with voucher Product features 4K Ultra HD Certified with HDR Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming Picture quality: Motionflow XR 400 Hz Freevi… Read more
Darzen

You claim from the retailer not Sony.

dush_yant

This TV is not really in the same league as the Panny EX750B - the sony has a 50Hz (60Hz) panel where as the panny is 120Hz. The equivalent panny to this TV is the EX700B

Tyrone2005

Sadsak, Do you mean we are covered for 2 Year Warranty, and then 6 years for Repair or Replacement if there is a Fault with TV after the 2 year period? (If so, whats the point in buying a TV from the likes of JL or Sony 5 Year Warranty, when we are getting if Free under the EU Warranty). This would be Excellent if this is the case, but seems hard to believe!! Would like more Information, as looking for Sony Smart TV, but always looking toward 5 year warranty with Sony, but if what your saying, do I have to look for warranty from Sony?? Any advice, would be grateful for all other views, (Thanks for your Info Sadsak) (shock)

Pokerkingbouch

Cheers bud I’m now looking into this on the orther hand I have just ordered myself the Samsung QE65Q9F I’m sure it will be loads better than the Sony any way (y) (y)

Pokerkingbouch

I paid a lot for the tv at the time it’s a Sony KD65S8505C I think it should have lasted longer than 18 months tbf it was only used in my bedroom so not really had that much use i am not lot letting it go I am now looking into the sales of good act

Sony Bravia KD49XE8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49" with Freeview HD & Youview, Black - £499 @ John Lewis
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Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Sony’s XE80 brings the breath-taking realism of the 4K HDR picture into the modern home. Exceptionally detailed 4K UHD resolution combines with the latest HDR technology to render … Read more
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sam1970

I noted that it drops wifi frequently..it was driving me mad. I was lucky that the router was located next to it so I used ethernet connection and never had a problem since then

SilverBlack

Think they use MTK chipset which are used in budget phones well known for dropping wifi too.

Cal_G

Give it time. My 65" (different model) has just died after 2 years 9 months. I hated every second of Android TV. Never again.

paul.jacobs

Hardly any Sony TV's compared to 10 years ago, and probably don't make LCD panels anymore either

sam1970

I bought this exact model from RS 5 months ago for £567....very pleased with it...bargain at £499

Sony Bravia KD55XE7073SU 4K HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO for Enhanced Clarity, Texture and Detail Picture Quality, 2017 Model) for £549 delivered using code @ Co-Op Electrical
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Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Surfing at Co-op earlier and notice they had this good looking Sony on offer for £579. It looks like Amazon have price matched too but possibly on the wrong model (shock)..Althoug… Read more
doctorblue

8 bit and FRC

NAT14

Its a 55" size TV for poeple that dont know :)

BHOY56

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/99cebb5

Sony Bravia 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV & UHD Blu Ray Player £1599 (6 Year Warranty) Delivered with code @ Richer Sounds
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Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Cheapest price around for this absolute beast of a TV from Sony. Not only are Richer Sounds offering a FREE UHD Blu Ray Player with this TV, use the code ' TV100RS ' and get £100 o… Read more
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Pwhite76

I am still not convinced with oled. Far too many articles / online vids about burn-in issues. I have done a lot of scouting around and reading over the past week and I still can't justify spending that kind of money and babysit what I and the kids watch on TV. That's my personal opinion.

JohnSmith2018

Anyone who pays this for a non OLED is crazy!

heap1000

Agree mate, i got the B7 at Xmas and it's amazing. No other standard 4k set I have seen comes anywhere near the picture quality of the OLED, that's why it won tv of the year 2017.

Enet

The price includes the x800 player so the price effectively becomes 1399. And to be honest for that price you can still (if you look around or wait) get the LG OLED.

EndlessWaves

This is the brand new XF90 and the highest price it'll ever be. Within a year it'll drop to the same £999 as the XE90 it's replacing. Definitely not a deal.

Sony BRAVIA KD65XE8596 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR + FREE HT-SF150 Soundbar inc 5 yr warranty £1199 at Crampton & Moore
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Found 10th MayFound 10th May
2% cashback at quidco. Advantages: 10 Bit Panel, deep blacks, excellent colour reproduction, good upscaling, value for money considering screen size. FREE SONY Soundbar worth £1… Read more
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BrianM

The current (2018) Sony models have XF in the model number - BUT they have not really improved the picture quality since the XE (2017) models. Most of the deals - and the best price/performance will be on the older models. There is no equivalent to the XE9305 for this year - it has been discontinued The XF9005 does exist - but only adds Dolby Vision HDR to what the XE9005 can do - and it seems to cost ~£400 more (as it's a new model!) There won't be any more new sets before the World Cup - but there could be some special deals I suppose.

Hamza_Aslam

Sony's TVs are some of the best. Probably the best.

Steve.Campbell

Really don't know weather to bite at this or not. Definitely want a Sony 65" Android TV ready for the World Cup. I'm tempted, but you can bet your bottom dollar, a better deal for possibly a better spec will be just around the corner!

enzo_power

Was on RS website earlier , saw some - https://www.richersounds.com/sony-kd55xe9305.html

uchihasilver

That might be it xD can never remember its name its some program suggestion thing had my tv a while now

 Sony BRAVIA KD49XE8004 (Black)49 inch 4K UHD HDR Smart LED Android TV Freeview HD  £554 at Richer Sounds (Hughes price matched)
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Might not be for everyone but I managed to get £45 off this TV as Richer Sounds price matched the current offer at Hughes. So you get the 6 years warranty as a bonus on top of a ch… Read more
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Shakeyyy

Unfortunately not, it's 8bit+frc. You can check the specs out on the richer sounds website following the link. It can be misleading since it can technically read a HDR10 signal, but can't output HDR10

zeroquai

Is this not full 10bit then? It’s between this and the Panasonic for me

dougan

Have a similar Sony TV, great picture, but the Android operating system could be better.

Shakeyyy

It's not full 10bit HDR but definitely a good find. I'd go for the Panasonic 750b on offer for £599 currently with 5/6 year warranty as that comes with full 10bit HDR and 120hz panel

100hz and 10bit 4k 55inch Sony KD55XE8596  tv  £754 with code at Hughes
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
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kasimthegreen

No current tv is perfect Im using a Samsung 720p plasma its still going strong.when it dies il buy a hisense cause im cheap.

roll_me_some

I have a shield TV to be honest but would be nice to just sidekoad everything on the TV and use it from there. Wife can stop going on about getting sky q as well then

Kevin_Kane

If you're looking to use it with sky or a Roku stick then you can bypass the TVs own UI for the most part

daveydave

I’ve got the 8596 recently from JL. OS is slow I suppose but ok for those with a bit of patience. Not horrendously slow. But it is my first smart tv. Fantastic picture though.

roll_me_some

i am going for the XE90 from JL at 999....unless someone confirms the actual android TV functionality (in terms of speed) is the same in which case this will be a better option

Chasloyal

Erm I said manufacturing fault but perhaps it was a design fault because the first one had no fixings on the bezel whilst the replacement had two tiny screws on each corner securing it. Even the Martin Dawes engineer who was appointed by Sony admitted there was way too much give in it and also commented on some clicking noise but they took forever to sort so it's about customer care matters too.

cheesebrain

Like to add, Amazon app still doesn’t work well on these sets, glitchy and skips frames on UHD and HD.

cheesebrain

Thunder flies in TVs and Monitors is a problem across all makes and has been talked about for years. Hardly a design fault.

Chasloyal

Yep immensely popular (skeptical) with thunder flies (annoyed) And of course they gave my 65" XE9005 all-round glowing reviews.........after moving in through the dodgy bezel which John Lewis, Martin Dawes and Sony collectively took months and months to admit was a manufacturing fault and eventually replace.

Defiant306

I like the XE93 and some what the XE90 in their screen performance, but the Android implementation is just pish poor. I have a Nvidia Shield unit and there is nothing wrong with Android as a platform and it performs great, its the usual stuff by Sony. The remote on these TV's is also disgrace, I've never held such a crappy remote for what was a £1000+ TV. The frame drop/stutter can be an issue for some, thing to remember is that everyone's brain and eyes are different, we all see the world differently so I'm not surprised its not an issue for all.

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