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

Had a 65" b7 and returned it. Not for screen burn although I did notice image retention plenty of times, left overs from YouTube etc. without heavy use. And going off how easily it would suffer image retention was a bit of a worry for screen burn. Anything red caused it the most for me. There is another issue with the larger screen OLEDs like screen uniformity, the banding on the set I had was very noticeable on certain scenes. Indeed the picture was amazing but once I noticed the banding it was too annoying. This is well documented too but less people complain about it. I bought an OLED after lots of research and really did think they were the holy grail of TVs, until I owned one. There is a poll on avforums.com around how many oleds get returned and the numbers are quite high. Just look around ebay, there are loads of 65" Oled sets for sale as refurbs or returns, look for any top end 65" non oled like a zd9, q9f or an xe9305 refurb, you will find hardly anything. This alone speaks volumes. I'm really put off from bothering with OLED again. Now on the look out for something like the xf9005.

ezzer72

There will be a handful of horror stories about people being hit by buses too. In a nutshell, if you're a boy, play safe and buy an inferior LED set. If you're a man, buy an OLED and enjoy it's superior image quality without worrying what MIGHT happen.

Jonathan_Mickiewicz

There is as many of these 'horror' stories on burn in on the OLED panels as there is with the absolutely horrendous implementation of Android OS, broken promises of dolby vision (still issues), slow ethernet connectivity and back light bleeding. If you search online for issues you will find them as that is what people post rather than non issues

jimbo001

Happily take this over OLED.

mark6220

Take a look on the Internet at all of the horror stories about burn in. It definitely a design fault given the frequency of it happening. Of course saying that it hasn't happened to you is irrelevant. If someone age 90 told you that they'd smoked 20 a day for 75 years would you go out and start smoking 20 a day? This risk of burn in is very real especially when gaming or having static images on screen continuously. I absolutely refused to take the risk. This TV is absolutely super. Do people with oled TV really sit all day looking at a black screen and cooing? I think not. Put eastenders on this TV and an equivalent oled TV and you won't see a difference. In fact this TV will probably be better gieb it's superior processing power.

marshall-stephens

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?

muckspreader1

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

FellowPazzini

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.

aventador1

^ 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

stringsonfire

If you have the money, you're better off having a separate modem, like the DrayTek Vigor 130, and pairing it with whatever router (without modem) you want

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Humax DTR-T2000 500GB YouView Receiver with HD (LIKE NEW) @ Amazon Warehouse £118.86
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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. https://uk.humaxdigital.com/product/dtr-t20… Read more
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PaulT82

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.

robo989

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.

ratsdomino

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

nickbooth

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.

Kulaak

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

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SONY KD65XE9005BU 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED Android TV £1399.99 @ Powerdirect.co.uk
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Fantastic tv with direct-lit LED with full-array local dimming (FALD) 5 year warranty included
poisondwarf

Its currently £1449.00 at Powerdirect

romolo

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

Egoist

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

agent957

Dropped again to 1399,weekend only.

MIDURIX

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
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£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
Tj14

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)

scunny

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

Tj14

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

Tj14

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!

OperateOnMe

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
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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
Tj14

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.

modelman

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.

spruceyb

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.

DKSPLASH

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

Tj14

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
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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
m1chaels

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.

melted

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:- https://openwrt.ebilan.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=138 (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)

zcgby03

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.

m1chaels

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

melted

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

BT Youview Plus Set Top Box 500Gb Recorder REFURB £79 @ Telephones Online
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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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Youftbarsteward

Just ordered mine at £45 with 2 year warranty cant go wrong.

CatsWithThumbs

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.

hero9989

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

CatsWithThumbs

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...

HPMan

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

Humax DTR-T2000 1Tb YouView+ HD Digital TV Recorder £183.98 delivered @ Very.co.uk
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Was looking for a recordable Freeview box and came across this YouView+ for £179.99 + £3.99 delivery everywhere else seems to be around £210. Also you can go through Quidco for an… Read more
dreamt12

The reason bought the 4000t

Newbold

These are OK, but the three-tuner ones are more versatile and well worth the extra.

dreamt12

uk.m.webuy.com/product-detail/electronics/tv-media-players/humax-dtr-t2000-500gb-b/stvhumdtrt2000 B graded 500gb version here. I ordered a b grade 4000t last week, came well packed but outer box was battered. Had a generic fly lead and hdmi but the humax was in great nick. Wiped it over and it looked almost brand new. 2 year warranty at cex too. Delivered free in 2 days. There an a grade 500gb 4000t for £105 on their site too. Just depends if you want the 1tb or not or new. I wasn't that fussed and am happy with my box for £85

morrig

Or if 500Gb enough £149.... https://www.richersounds.com/humax-dtr-t2000-500gb.html No in Currys its £209.99, thats the 500GB one.

fayraz

Currys 1TB Version

NETGEAR D6400-100UKS AC1600 Dual Band 300 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) (Amazon Echo Enabled) - £74.99 @ Amazon
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With built-in modem, just plug-in the device to the phone line and get fast internet connection with easy installation Gigabit Wi-Fi speeds with support for additional interferenc… Read more
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gogboy

Should be miles better at more than twice the price.

Darthballs

thanks

TheVeryMan

Just bought this from Amazon.de €35 like new. Had 4k and 1080 simultaneous streaming on 2 TVs which suits my needs. Router received update. So one box, no external antenna = happy. You will need this for open reach delivered fibre thanks to the guy on forum below.

geekonthepc

For Christ’s sake, I bought this 2 days ago from amazon for £90 :(

tomwatts

We have Sky Broadband and their hub, whilst decent enough, couldn't handle all the smart devices we had. You can just add a Ubiquiti Unifi Router onto any existing router or make a completely new network. I'm not going to recommend my setup as there's a few kinks at the moment I need to iron out but essentially Sky Hub -> EdgerouterX (need to understand a bit of networking to use) -> Unifi AC Lite. Could cut out the EdgerouterX if you're not interested in gigabit transfers.

ONY KD49XE9005BU 49" 4K-HDR SMART-Android FreeviewHD/Youview XR-1000Hz
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Been watching this for a while now under the £1k mark *** FREE 5 YEARS SONY GUARANTEE ***** SONY KD49XE9005BU Ultra-HD 4K-HDR (New for 2017) 49" SONY 4K-HDR Ultra-HD SLIM LED TV … Read more
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Greentrunk

£979 at power direct just got a notification

Alexlcfc07

Currently £999 although I've seen other offers which include a soundbar so I'm reluctant to go for it yet. 55" is also available for £1100

eggbarker

i have this tv paid £1069 off co op website,still saved £130 on it .even at £1029 still a bargain best part of £1200 everywhere else...picture on it is stunning

crashbandi

I’m after the Sony version of this ;) . I fully expect it to be well under £1k later this week!

Greentrunk

Ah cheers for that @mamboboy

SONY KD49XE9005BU 49" 4K-HDR SMART-Android FreeviewHD/Youview XR-1000Hz - 1049.99 @ Powerdirect
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Been watching this for a while now under the £1k mark *** FREE 5 YEARS SONY GUARANTEE ***** SONY KD49XE9005BU Ultra-HD 4K-HDR (New for 2017) 49" SONY 4K-HDR Ultra-HD SLIM LED TV … Read more
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Greentrunk

This did temporarily come up this evening at £799 via pricespy. Will keep an eye on it.

Greentrunk

£979 at power direct just got a notification

atann

Too true. Very happy with my 55”. Premier League looks amazing in UHD on Sky Sports.

kizzzle

Hi All, I have the 55" version of this and paid roughly about the same price after discount codes etc.... I must say I disagree with the comparisons to OLED TV's, certainly at this price point anyway. Its really a great TV for the price. There is the issue with the auto brightness but this can be easily resolved by turning the ambient light sensor off (automatically off when an HDR signal is detected) This is quite noticeable when using it connected to a PC i.e. opening a new white webpage I use this TV as a monitor for my PC in the lounge as well as all the other usual movies, shows etc.... For those who intend to use it for gaming I couldn't recommend it more, reasonable input response time and 120hz at 1080 (I've actually been able to set the refresh rate higher but not sure what the consequences of that are so keep it at 120) Also great for watching live sport Good in-depth review below: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900e

johnnyd57uk

God people are rather pedantic on here. My model is the KDL55W800C which I only bought last year so I so I wouldnt be so confident as EndlessWaves to say that Sony seem to have resolved the problem. Much of the problem lies with the contrast enhancer but I found turning this off did not resolve the problem. The reason I flagged it (its been flagged on HUKD before) is that it makes the viewing experience horrendous. There are hundred of posts online and in Sony forums about the issue. If Sony have appear to resolve this problem in their current range then I am pleased. If this is a mandatory feature with other manufactures then I can only say why on earth would they do this

BT (Humax) YouView+ UltraHD 1Tb, dual tuner 4k PVR - Stock Instore (Sutton)  OOS Online £60 at CEX
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Good option If you are looking for a freeview PVR with two tuners to replace Virgin/Sky etc... No requirement to have a BT contract. These work fine on Freeview (I have one myself)… Read more
bigpappasmurf13

Forgot to thank you for your response. I did try factory reset but it didn't work. took it back to CEX and they (reluctantly) refunded me and I managed to order another B grade which works fine so all good.

barneydog

I also got a grade A box but mine was fine (it looked brand new and I'm not with BT) From previous experience with Humax boxes I would try a factory reset, this should remove any previous peoples settings

bigpappasmurf13

I bought 2 boxes from CEX recently. 1 was A grade and the other B grade. The B grade box works fine and I can use all the features but the A grade box won’t record. Does anyone know a way to solve this? I’m guessing it might be the same problem as the above comment whereby it’s due to the fact I don’t have a BT subscription but I wondered if anyone else has the same problem?

ianbeany

Got mine delivered a couple of days ago. Couldn't record anything on it, just got 'recording failed' every time. Took it back to my local today and was informed that it worked perfectly but I needed a BT subscription to record on it. LOL They weren't having any of it when I tried to tell them that was absolute nonsense Got a refund no problem though.

shonkydonkey

No physical problems with mine but I agree the new UI is worse than the old one. YouView appear to have little interest in the platform overall, or being responsive to user requests, based on their forums...

Sony Bravia KD55XD7004BU 55 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) - Black £559 Amazon Prime
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About this item Features Android TV - All the personalisation, intelligence and entertainment of your smartphone on the big screen The clean and simple stand design adds class t… Read more
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rand0m

Triniton WEGA? Think I had one of those too! (skeptical)

gianthair

You're cool bro, was replying to the unhelpful comment about the D800, not your deal

Ben5k

OOS?

BarrattsMini

It was live when I posted it. I was going to buy it myself. Posted to here. Came out of a meeting. Gone.

BarrattsMini

Got a link?

Sony Bravia 65XD9305 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Android TV, 65" With Youview/Freeview HD & Floating Style Design £1329.95 @ John lewis
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Fantastic TV - cheapest price for this TV is at John Lewis of all places. Popped into RS and they are willing to PM so that's great too. (6 years guarentee) I work in the City an… Read more
zen200

If you price matched against the JL price then you would have paid more as it's only £1299 at richer sounds. Haha

NETGEAR D7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) @ amazon (PRIME)
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Key Features Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem builtin for highspeed DSL With speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps the Nighthawk D7000 Supports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2 and is compatible with … Read more
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boss911999

Expired.

Tomb

Now down to £99 & shrapnel......

boss911999

Was £111.99 minus 10%

hayd100

What was the original deal price with the code?

boss911999

Price has dropped to £103.43

Sony 55XD8599 £999 to £899 Price Match @ John Lewis
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Great tv noticed currys had it at £899 and my local john lewis they said they are price matching it, also you can get a neat soundbar and 4K Bluray Player with their offers. Dimen… Read more
Harrington1

Yes I bought this model few days back,Great tv,My only regret is I bought it from currys,it's advertised that it come with a 5year guarantee but you get no paper work veryfinig this? I Did take photo of advert In case of any problems....

Newbold

Or get it from Richer Sounds (instore only) - same price but a 6 year warranty instead of 5 with John Lewis.

donslibi

1 in stock apparently. Could get a 65" for this price from Currys if you can live without 4k. Just giving options, voted hot anyway.

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