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SONY KD55XF9005BU 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview at Power direct + plus free sound bar or blu Ray player - £1,149
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
55” SONY 4K-HDR Ultra-HD SLIM LED TV Dynamic images - Full Array LED Panel Wide colour gamut w TRILUMINOS Display 4K - Xtended Dynamic Range PRO X1 4K-HDR PROCESSOR FREEVIEWHD and … Read more
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Hm if so it's super tempting. With 200 cashback the 49inch is just 799 which is better than what black Friday will offer I reckon. Will do more research and see.


Yeah I had the same concerns having not heard of them but I did some research and I do believe they are ligitmate. But I would want to stick with big retailers aswell incase their after sales is rubbish.The first 5 years is with Sony anything after that is retailers if they offer anything this is with any retailer you buy it from.


Companies can easily fake and buy reviews. I wouldn't say 45 is enough either. I mean offering 7 years warranty with 200 quid cashback, free wall mount and free 12 month sky Q for a price which is one of the cheapest for the standalone TV is insane. There's no way that's profitable if it's legitimate. I'd also have doubts the 7 years warranty will be honoured since it's through the company themselves. I'd take 5 years warranty at richersounds or John Lewis over 10 years at a smaller/unknown website anyday.

Sony Bravia KD49XF9005 LED HDR 4K Android TV, 49" cheapest with 5 year warranty at Bestavdeals for £899
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Found this, as I have been looking for a decent telly . It is advertised at 949 but if you use code SAVE50 it will be taken to 899. Cheapest I've seen online, and it comes with fre… Read more

Just cancelled my order at the £899 price after 3 days. Rubbish company


Price had gone up


Really like it made for the tv so fits in the legs nicely costco have it at a decent price around £330 i think at mo


Hi that's lookin great! How's the soundbar?


Yea I have been charged as I paid with paypal. If you don't want to be charged for backorders I think you have to call.

SONY KD55XF9005BU 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview 5 year guarantee - £1049 Powerdirect
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
*** FREE 5 YEARS SONY GUARANTEE ***** SONY KD55XF9005BU Ultra-HD 4K-HDR (New for 2018) 55” SONY 4K-HDR Ultra-HD SLIM LED TV Dynamic images - Full Array LED Panel Wide colour gamut … Read more

my 1 year old hisense M7000 developed a vertical line down the middle, spent ages trying to get a repair sorted, they really are a crap company to deal with. eventually went back to the retailer who arranged collection. i assumed it was going off to be repaired but they refunded me in full! i got the MU9000 from crampton & moore for £718 with a five year guarantee - it was a £1500 tv last year!


Great price and considered one off the best tvs of 2018


Back to £1049.00 after discount (highfive)


John Lewis priced matched it for me, you can try them if that's an option. Price went up to £1179 at 9am, so I ended up paying £1079.


richer sounds would not price match

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SONY KD65XF9005BU 65 inch 4K HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview £1599 inc. 5 yr warranty @ Power Direct
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Cheapest price at the moment for the best value mid-high end LCD LED TV around at the moment. A hybrid between last year's awarding winning XE9005 and XE9305 models. Use code SON… Read more

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As mentioned above now £1899 with sony100 code


Home insurance :P to be fair never used it so don't know how much it impacts future premium


What are the premiums on such cover?? ;)


if you get screen burn, get accident cover and one day the TV could miraculously fall with the screen shattering. You would get a new one without screen burn.

SONY KD55XF9005BU 55” 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview £1179 @ Power direct
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
*add the code sony100 at the checkout for an extra £100 of any Sony tv over £1000* *Not as good as the previous deal however a good price for someone after a descent 4K LED can ge… Read more

You knew exactly what I meant. You are just being awkward Current LED Tv's are in fact LCDs so I'm rephrase it. LCDs can't advance any futher.


You said LED is not advancing and by you own admission and furious Googling it obviously is. 'LED is getting worse. It isn't, it has just found it's point where the technology cant advance any further'. What has LCD got to do with it :/


And he or she are right


The OP introduced this as a descent 4K TV


Yes they do. Each LED acts as a pixel where a LCD uses LEDs as a back light. What you know s current LED is actually LCD with a LED backlight. As I said for the final time it's a completely different technology. Maybe you need to Google it

SONY XF90 55" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview + 2 free UHD/4K google play movies + 5 years Guarantee - £1,079 @ Powerdirect
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Apply SONY100 at checkout. Guarantee is from sony themselves submit price match to other retailers to force price down if you prefer other retailer. KD55XF9005BU

I like Sony and prefer them over Samsung and LG. That’s my preference. In fact I have owned all those brands and still prefer Sony. If a brand is making the most profit then they must be doing something right. iPhones cost a fortune but people still flock to buy one at a premium, much like Sony TVs


Sorry, I'll be more specific for you if you are struggling. Sony are an also-ran in terms of consumer level/household TVs - I expect the cameras they supply to Hollywood don't run Android (:I There were loads of TV brands in the 70s that don't exist today, that history means little or nothing.


That article basically says they make the largest profits - not make the most TVs. The silly price tags already told us that...


I suggest you get a clue, sony have been making TVs since the 70's and Broadcast equipment including monitors, video recording and editing equipment, cameras... the list goes on. The £30k true RGB OLED broadcast monitor that all TV manufacturers use as a reference is made by Sony. Hardly "also ran" Owners of this Sony generaly accept shortcomings of Android TV but are still happy with it.


Exactly. According this article on Reuters dated May 2018, Sony is No.1 in the premium TV market. Howzatt for an also-ran!

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


cUURYS are around the same price


Thanks OP. Ordered :D


Thanks OP, I just bought it

Humax 500GB Youview Box - HDR-2000T For £85 instore @ John Lewis (Milton Keynes)
LocalLocalFound 9th JulFound 9th Jul
In-store in John Lewis, as part of their Sale Promotion. They had five of these in the Milton Keynes store, each looking like they were straight out of the store-room, as John Lewi… Read more

Still use my Panasonic freesat box with DVD built in. It annoys me youview is never freesat just freeview. Freeview is dead half the spectrum has been sold for 4g and 4k will probably never be on it just via the internet. Surely satelite is the way to go. All TV like BT is always freeview. Even nowtv's box is freeview. Surely they should have a freesat version to capture ex sky customers?


I purchased a HUMAX HDR-1100S B Freesat box earlier this year so I could ditch sky+. I was only basically using the box as a PVR and it was costing me £27 a month. I haven't missed a lot on sky tbh and the Humax box is performing really well as a recorder (with series link). Installation was simple as I used the satellite feed from my previous sky box - just pulled the cables over.


Mine doesn't. It depends which of the Energy Saving settings you select. The best approach is to use the Smart Standby option (assuming you've updated your box reasonably recently if its an old one).This will put it in a deep sleep overnight then into normal standby during the period you might want it on. It can still perform recordings -


Why do youview boxes take an age to start up? It's ridiculous!


Such a shame that nobody has been able to develop custom firmware for these newer Humaxes

Sony Bravia KD49XE8077 49-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Youview and Freeview HD - Silver (2017 Model) £499 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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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I'm confused as I get no issues with my set for operating speed on the android smart system, I actually swear by Sony


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.


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




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 KD65XF9005BU 65" 4K-HDR Smart Android TV with FreeviewHD & Youview - £1,809 (with code) @ Powerdirect
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Good price for a great 65" TV using code DOM5PD

It's not Android but Sonys terrible implementation of it with an old and rubbish mediatek Chipset. I have the nvidia shield and quite like android os.


Yeah its the only thing I'm worried about, android. If it's bad it's gonna end up like the b7, going back.


No issues at all with banding or ARC audio issues. Zd9 is a great set. Get a shield tv or something to help you overcome the Sony android os. I couldn't deal with that any longer on my previous Sony TV. Horrendous.


And how is the new one? Is it completely free of banding? I also had a an issue with audio dropping via ARC when watching anything with a Dolby digital + audio track. Anyway, hopefully my search for a TV is over, got a Sony Zd9 coming tomorrow. :)


Apologising in advance for being rude doesn't make it ok. Why exchange something I wasn't happy with.

BT Youview+ Set Top Box with Twin HD Freeview and 7 Day Catch Up TV, No Subscription - £79.94 @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Scroll back the last 7 days of TV and watch straight from your TV guide Pause and rewind live TV, HD TV for sharper brighter viewing Suitable On Demand li… Read more
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I couldn't scan any channels. So I plugged the box into my sky dish and it found all the channels.. what the hell?


Happy days New estimated arrival date: June 26 2018 - June 27 2018 (worldcup)


It was around then I think. I will try what you suggest, thanks. :)


Had this for a week, unimpressed with the connection, regular dropouts and poor speed. This replaced a Tp Link 1900 as it went faulty, however should / will just replace it with the updated model. ill be sending it back


I heard ASUS modems were known to cause issues at the street cabinet and/or exchange which affected customer connected to it for fibre services?


Just bought this and looking at the reviews it's time to return it😪


Router via pc. It appears to be setup right using DDNS method but no matter what I do the connection on Nord regardless of location goes to 0-0.7kb download speed.


^ yeah; also I’ve still got my white BT modem that was given when fibre first came out, so that is an option too plus you can get them from eBay cheap. I’m currently looking at asus router ac68u but may wait for it to drop in price first

Humax DTR-T2000 500GB YouView Receiver with HD (LIKE NEW) @ Amazon Warehouse £118.86
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Item is in original packaging, but packaging has damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy.… Read more
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I’m interested in getting a setup like this. Could you please provide a link to one of the front end boxes, as I can’t seem to find any? Thanks.


It doesn't give any more or less than any other tuner. You can get network tuners that accept DVB-S2 or DVB-T or both. You still need to pipe in your aerial cables for freeview or lnb from your satellite. I only found out about them a few months ago to be honest after suffering for years with a TBS6985 PCI-E 4 port tuner that then got shared over network from onboard server software. The network tuner, or SATIP tuner to give proper name etc just gives a raw output of muxes over your network. This can be processed further on another machine which will detect the tuners as being onboard in that box (program like tvheadend). OR For average person that doesn't want to do their head in for a week getting to grips with it all, one of those dodgy vue+ type boxes also carry out that function and can take the raw output and give a proper epg etc with minimal (2 hours on a sunday afternoon) type hassle.


If only you could install the UI from PlayStation 3s playtv


Really hate my Humax box.... FVP‑5000T. Woeful interface - always manages to default to the wrong thing when anticipating what I might want to do next.. Also, the Humax support apps in the Android Play store basically don't work. Wish I'd got a secondhand BT box! I really despair at the lack of progress with PVRs - my 15 year old series 1 TiVo has a better remote control and user interface.


Never knew you could get a network tuner. Does this provide more HD channels than the standard 5 I can get with freeview?

£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

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 KD49XE8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 49" with Freeview HD & Youview, Black - £499 @ John Lewis
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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I noted that it drops wifi 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


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


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


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


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

SONY KD65XE9005BU 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV £1399.99 @
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Fantastic tv with direct-lit LED with full-array local dimming (FALD) 5 year warranty included

Its currently £1449.00 at Powerdirect


yes just bought one for £1500 for a brilliant picture and go to ASDA and buy one Polaroid for 450!! and then try to watch football or motor racing....crap and cheap for good things and you will never regret!!!!


Anyone knows how it's compared with KD65XE7003. Seen it in JL for £899


Dropped again to 1399,weekend only.


Now it actually is back to £1529.99 again. Won't expire just yet incase it drops again.

BT/Humax YouView/Freeview HD Zapper box (Pre-owned) £12 at CeX
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
£12 instore. Add 1.50 for delivery if ordered online. Comes with 24 months warranty. Back in stock with a slight price increase, but still a good option if you want a YouView box… Read more

Not quite. They give you Freeview HD in a much better user interface than a Now TV box. Your TV guide will go forwards and back 7 days each way for you to watch catch up on most channels and shows. In terms of apps, it has things like Now TV for movies on demand, and Netflix built in too. Also, if you happen to have BT, Plusnet, TalkTalk or KC broadband, you'll be able to pick up their own extra channels and services (as per your package, or extra charges you agree to. For example TalkTalk offer the Sky TV channels through YouView for a few pounds extra per month, and that option is generally a better experience than Now TV passes, should you opt to take them)


What do these do? Are they same as a NowTv box?


You could always still use this with a couple of powerline adapters? This is how I made them work in other rooms usually with better broadband performance than I would get over WiFi too! Other than the Now TV Smart box which isn't really anywhere near as good you don't get any other options that would do the job other than subscription based offerings like a Sky Q Mini box, or a Virgin Tivo V6 Box


UI for Now TV isn't as good. And they really try to push you into using their services. Last time I looked at the smart box it didn't even have a proper TV Guide for Freeview!


Second hand freeview box where you can pay to subscribe to BT sport, doe shave apps but needs a hard-wire internet connection. The nowTV smart box seems better value for the same second hand price

YouView+ HD Recorder/Freeview Box (Huawei DN370T) Pre-owned £22 at CeX
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
Now OOS. Last few pieces of unprocessed stock for instore purchase only As of 1PM Sunday: -Barking -Chichester -High Wycombe -Kingston Upon Thames -Leicester -Newcastle Northumber… Read more

When I first listed the offer it was for the 372. That quickly went out of stock so I changed it for the 370. I fully agree the new model with extra RAM performs so much better, but the 370 is still perfectly functional as long as you're not too impatient.


Not good boxes I've had a few when I was with TalkTalk. Slow and buggy. If you must have one go for the 372 model which is a bit faster with double the ram. Removing the hard drive and using in a caddy is probably the best option for these boxes.


TV Player is the app that will let you watch Freeview channels over the internet. It's on quite a few devices, including Apple TV, Roku Boxes/Sticks and Amazon Fire TV. Roku is probably the best option though as they have support for a lot more services than the others.


Ye u get good cheap aerials in screwfix around £17 a couple of pound for a bit co-ax and as long as u have a drill put it up yourself or get a friend to do it NEVER use a company to do it as u just get ripped off


Nope. Should be all out by close of business tonight. That's when I plan to expire it anyways. Quite a few will be taken towards online orders that have already been placed. Just leaving it up a bit longer as somebody may be lucky enough to grab one instore while out and about this afternoon

BT Youview+ 500GB (Pre Owned)  £47.50 Delivered @ CEX
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Saw a refurb for £79.99 was a deal on here. CEX have them for £45+ £2.50p&p. Aye its a pre owned box but it comes with there 24 months warranty too. Bought one recently myself … Read more

Thanks. I have to admit I did a google after seeing your comment and when it started talking about opening the case and soldering I thought perhaps not for me....however I will look at what you have done with the connector to see if it is somethign I coudl attempt.


The BT Hub 5A is supported by Openwrt/Lede, the Hub 5B is not since that is Broadcom based and their drivers are closed source. The Hub 5A can be unlocked and flashed using a serial connection to its circuit board, I used a cheap sub £2 usb to 3.3V serial adaptor and pulled apart and bent up a cat5e keystone socket to avoid soldering, pictured below :) Guide to instal via windows here:- (install Lede rather than openwrt, otherwise you would need to revert to BT firmware before installing the future openwrt updates due to changes to the memory map)


I’m glad you have been able to customise to your needs but this is not what the entire population of Bt users have and nor do all of them understand the issues I discussed. The fact that shops are flooded with dual band Wi-fi extenders and routers tells a story especially in that they are AC and N with proximities ranging from 750-1750. The Bt router is less than 450 proximity and if they are dual band they are not simultaneous. The final part which you picked up on is that the Hubs are having interference with neighbouring routers. BT customer service were less than helpful when it came to discussing why the BT opensource wifi is fluctuating, instead they said that everyone's hubs are anonymous so you can't pick which one you want at any one time, its random.


I thought the 5s were locked down - how do you put an open source firmware on them?


Tried a booster with mine, but it made things worse.

BT Youview Plus Set Top Box 500Gb Recorder REFURB £79 @ Telephones Online
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
NICE DEAL BT's new Youview+ Box is sleeker and more compact than ever and operates even faster for a more responsive TV experience with no noisy fan to distract your viewing. No s… Read more
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Just ordered mine at £45 with 2 year warranty cant go wrong.


Nope it'll function just as a standard freeview recorder. You'll need some kind of wired Internet connection from any provider if you want to use the catch up /streaming services (Netflix, now tv movies etc) and also you'll need to be connected when first setting up but it doesn't need to be BT.


Do you need BT broadband to use these? Or do you need to sign up to anything with BT?


Yeah a recent update partially restored editing channels out, but only from the main TV guide. Channel up /down doesn't skip the deleted channels and if you use the mobile app it will still show the full line-up too. Hopefully they'll fix it properly one day...


Good shout, it's no use to us in another room but the TV may change soon so things could get better, thank you

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