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Sony 4K TV Sale | KD49X8000E $899 | KD49X9000E $1198 | KD55X9300E $1798 | Delivered @ Sony

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Here's a nice OzBargain exclusive with great prices on 49" & 55" Sony 4K TVs. Even managed to get our very own landing page created. These units would make pretty cool gaming monitors. Ensure you apply coupon TA-SONY-OZB at checkout to get the additional discounted pricing (over and above the advertised price). Offer ends Feb 18 unless sold out prior. Enjoy :)

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    • +16 votes

      Buy another one, so then you will have bought 2 for $1300 each, winning.

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        The maths checks out.

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      Ouch, that's how much my 55" X90E cost late December.

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    Hi Tv Gurus. Any idea why X67E 4K HDR Smart TV with ClearAudio+
    Model: KD70X6700E is so cheap? Any good? only $2300 for 70 inch

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      Its a X6700E so it lacks a few features such as Android interface for one.
      Personally I wouldn't go anything below the X8000E range as the picture quality is much better.
      Head on over to rtings.com for more info. They dont have the X6 models reviewed but you can compare the X7/X8/X9 series and it shows the comparisons.

    • +1 vote

      It's the bottom of the range.

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    Would JB price match these? I've got gift cards I need to burn

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      Go to the deal page on your phone, enter the promo code and show the price to JB.

      You never know.

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    KD49X9000E no longer on sale?

    • +1 vote

      Still comes down to $1198 with promo code.

  • +9 votes

    +1 simply because we have our own landing page.

    How cool is that!

    • +13 votes

      Reported to the mods, invalid upvote.

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    Hi, just wondering are the TV's listed smart TV's? Like does it have with other apps e.g. stan, youtube (like samsung smart tv's) etc. All i can see on the website is netflix. Cheers

    • +1 vote

      These TVs all run AndroidTV. Since you can side load basically any Android phone app its the most flexible smart TV platform. AndroidTV runs a little slow for some people's liking. For me the slower speed is worth the utility.

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    Any chance for a deal on the 55" x9000e? Thanks

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      Just spoke to TA, he has a deal but doesn't like sharing.

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      Not sure how comfortable you are with refurbished unit but Sony has them on ebay for $1359 and 12 months warranty

      • +1 vote

        Thanks. Yes I saw that one. Would prefer new for any item of this value. Will keep waiting 😀

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    Are these Oleg?

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      No, nor are they OLED.

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      Oleg from 2 Broke Girls TV show?

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      Im Oleg. How can I help you?

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    May I know if Sony does wall mount installation for customers? Thanks.

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    Are they made in China?

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      My X9000E is made in Malaysia.

  • +1 vote

    Hoping to access the brains trust here - had been planning on getting a 55N7 when a new deal pops up but tempted by this given the seemingly rave reviews - is $1198 for the KD49X9000E simply so good that I should jump on it? I'm not madly in a rush… thanks in advance for any comments

    • +1 vote

      Recently at a friend's place, I watched the content on their 65 inch 9000E and it was exceptional. I really loved it. But me personally, I would not buy a 49 inch TV. But this 9000 series is pretty brilliant and a great price if you want the 49 inch TV

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        Thanks for the feedback. Last TV was 50" and moving soon so smaller size not too much of an issue if quality really makes it worthwhile.

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          If you already owned 50" and planning to upgrade, go for 65" provided you have the space, budget for it and the type of content you normally watch. It will be a great experience and won't take too long to adjust to the bigger screen size.

        • +1 vote

          @tendliya: The move is likely to be temporary so happy enough with the smaller size for now (easier to move and less painful if accidents happen) - time to read some reviews, it's expensive for the screen real estate… Thanks again

    • +1 vote

      from another post: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/357564

      @Monstalova: You seem to know what you are talking about. The x9000e is an amazing TV . but it's around the ~3k mark for the 65.

      Whats you're expert thoughts on the Hisense N7/ and N8. The N8 is now a good price and I'm pretty keen.

      Thanks

      TT

      Monstalova on 28/01/2018 - 16:21
      @TightarseTuesday:
      I only know limited info about the Hisense (my friend has the 50inch model). I've worked for Sony and Panasonic in constructing TV's and calibration. Well all the downsides I mentioned for the MU8000 are magnified more with the Hisense. Local dimming is even less zones so the blacks will look grey and brightness is tempremental where it drops rapidly while viewing content. HDR is near pointless as the color gamut is around the 50% mark in the BT2020 colour range (which is what HDR runs through) plus brightness is around 400 nits, needs to be at least around 700 to make a good HDR picture.
      As with all TV's the bigger size you get the more inconsistent the picture is. Compared to the Samsung its not too far behind as it has the same VA panel. If you're wanting to watch HDR content alot then it's not a great tv for it. If it's sports and tv shows then it will look better as it has great motion. TV has good upscaling too but sharpness does go overboard on some 1080P content. Contrast is surprisingly dynamic with over 4000:1 ratio. It's a good TV if you don't mind the brightness and poor blacks. Just depends what type of content you will be watching or playing. Unless you find the Sony X9000e or a 8 series Samsung get down around the $2000 mark, the Hisense is as good as most other low to mid range TV's so you won't see much of a difference anyway. Just saw N8 same price as N7 at JBHifi. There was also this model for $2400 for the 65 inch. Best time to buy a TV is in a couple months time when they try to get rid of the stock when the new years models come in…. If you can wait

    • +1 vote

      personally, i'd go the x9000 if the price was within ~$300-500 range of the N8/N7.

      Saying this an extra $500 is almost a 1/3 of the price of the N7. I think both are good but are actually different price points. If i want the most out of a screen the sonys are some of the best no OLED

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        Cheers - was thinking the same - seems to sit between the 55N7 and B7 Oled but with less screen real estate - doubt I'll get the chance to see it in the flesh before making a decision, hmmmm… thanks for the info anyway

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          I think you'd be happy with both. What's pushing me to the Sony is the blacks and Android. Works with Google home :)

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          @TightarseTuesday: Recently sold my Google Home… Thanks again, time to google, $300 or so more for 6 inches less…

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          @Annan: forgot, the HDR is much better on the sony

  • +1 vote

    Thanks TA! I just bought the 55" I thought I'd have to wait till after the Winter Olympics for reduction in the price of the Sony 55"X9000E, but this deal is a pleasant surprise!

  • +2 votes

    Thank you very much for this TA!
    Can you please get a deal for KD55X8500E :-) I have been waiting for 55X85000 to go below $100 for the past 3-4 months..
    Thanks again

  • +2 votes

    So wanting a good price for 75 inch 9400E!

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      This!

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    Just wondering how does the 49" x8000E and x9000E compare to the Samsung 43inch UA43MU6100WXXY? Thank you :)

    • +3 votes

      Well for a start, they're 6" bigger :)

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        Cue poor "that's what she said" joke here…

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      Ones higher end. The other is entry

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      Ones higher end. The other is entry

  • +3 votes

    need a deal on 60+

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    The X9300E is fantastic!

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      How does the panel compare to the 9000e?

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        It has 300 more E's.

  • +2 votes

    Anyone have experience buying seconds from Sony Ebay store? Looking at the SONY KD55X9000E 55" (seconds) for $1359. Not sure if i could stretch to $1800 for the X9300E. Cheers

    • +1 vote

      Would also like to know this.

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      I purchased a soundbar (seconds) from the Sony Australia eBay store. It was brand new, it came in the original box, the remote was new etc. It arrived in 2 days (express interstate shipping).

  • +2 votes

    Can these TVs playback h.265?

  • +2 votes

    Gulp, Just ordered the KD49X9000E. Its rare for me to place orders on stuff this expensive, so very rare…

  • +5 votes

    waits for 65"-75" deals

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    Is it me or is the KD55X9300E been on special for this price for awhile now?

    +vote just for the landing page, haha.

  • +1 vote

    75 INCH 9000E PLLLEASSEEE

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    Yes need a deal for the bigger brothers!!

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    KD55X9300E is probably the best LCD you can buy for that money…not quite as good as the 55 LG OLED deals though.

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    Is the 9000e a smart TV where I can stream content direct from my phone on a wifi connection? Im renting in an old unit at the moment so it doesnt have a cable slot……

    • +1 vote

      Yes. Any appliance that has a Wifi connection (and this TV has) will accept your connection from your phone in tether mode. However you have to monitor your mobile data depending on your plan as it will be using data very quickly.
      It also depends on your mobile data coverage/connection. If the signal is poor on your mobile, then the TV apps may hang.

      Cheers

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    Can anyone advice on how KD55X9300E compares to Hisense 65N8 as seen here: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Hisense-65-65N8-ULED-TV/22270095...? TIA

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    Promo code doesn't seem to be working when using cash rewards. Any idea why not?
    "coupon 'TA-SONY-OZB' can currently not be added to your cart"

    • +1 vote

      Just tested and still works fine for me.

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        Ta. It must have been the combination of different billing /delivery address to my PayPal account. Strange
        Worked using same addresses and credit card payment.

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    I purchased KD55X9300E from sony store for $1999 just 10 days before, just wondering whether sony have price guarantee?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks TA! I think this my first time using a specialised OzB code & my partner's parents are very happy I found it for them ^_^

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    Thanks TA. KD55X9300E ordered and , hopefully, on its way.

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    I ordered 900e 7 hours ago received a review email and nothing else

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    Ordered the 55", any idea on how long delivery will take? I haven't received any confirmation at all other than from Paypal.

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      has anyone got a delivery confirmation yet?

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        I received the invoice and DHL delivery tracking details yesterday morning. Says picked up from Sony but not much else since.

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          Thaks mate. I placed the order for the 930e on Thursday night, and it's still being processed.

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          When did you order @startac?

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          @rusteh: On Thursday afternoon

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    Can anyone help! Im about to buy Samsung 55M6400 for $1200. But also im a sony person and can’t give up on 49X900E.
    I know there is a big size difference also sony is better in picture. Do you think 6inch difference should put sammy in favor? Note: 49 would be ok since its going to be used in the kitchen. But bigger is better:)
    Any advice would be appreciated
    Thanks

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      Bigger is better.

      I have both 55 & 49" TV's and the 55" is noticeably bigger.

      Cheers

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        Thanks. What do you think about mu6400 in overall?

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          Not sure about that TV tbh. Sorry.

          If I were you (and if you are patient & like to save more), I would wait until March.
          The next Gen of TV's will arrive and they will discount further.

          You have a budget of $1200 and I have purchased the LG OLED 55" for $1599 on boxing day which is not too much more cash on top of your saving to give you an example.
          Therefore IMO, those TV's will be heavily discounted by then .. and even further.

          Both the the LG OLED and the X9000E are fantastic TV's. IMO the X9000E is the best LCD TV of its class.

          I would get the best of both worlds. Quality and Size.

          Cheers

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          @vinni9284: mate thank you for your advice. Let’s wait another month and try to get 55inch x8500 or x9000 then:)

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          @kley78:

          No worries.

          I am going to probably get negged here but I would look for the LG 55OLEDB7T sales. It was $1599 on Boxing Day and now its jacked up to $2500.
          In March, the LG 55OLED B8T will get released and then they will drop the price.

          Tbh, I don't own the X9000E and cannot tell you the quality however I have seen these on display @ JB/HN/GG and the like and can say that the OLED smashes it however the X9000E will be my second choice.

          Tbh even the 49" X9000E is expensive for a small TV. Regardless of the discount.

          But that is my opinion.

          Cheers

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          @vinni9284: I haven’t seen the B7 so I can’t comment on it. But you are very right about 49x9000 is expensive even with the discount.

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          @kley78:

          lol .. ridiculously expensive and it was twice as much before …

          Mate tbh, If I am going to spend $1200 on a TV … it wont be on a 49er!!! … regardless of the image quality. I also believe that the Smart/Android OS is buggy and crap

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          @vinni9284: my budget is actually under $1K. I was just pushing it hard:)

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          @kley78:

          Oh … lol …

          Don't we all!

          Cheers

  • +1 vote

    WOW Sony has announced 2018 models and prices in the US.
    http://www.avsforum.com/sony-announces-x850f-x900f-4k-hdr-ul...

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      Oh god dammit, way cheaper. Wonder if it's possible to cancel my order!

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        those prices will be in USD. They will be much more for Australian market!

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          Well if you convert it using the currency converter from XE.com

          US $1099 for the 49" X9000F = ~ AU $1406.

          But then we pay "Australia tax " (which is another tax, compounded tax upon another tax IMO LOL) and probably will be jacked up to $1500.

          I reckon it's still worth to wait and get the XE9000F IMO.

          Edit: I have a funny feeling that OLED technology will improve dramatically this year and iron out many retention and burn in issues as Sony, Panasonic & LG are on the OLED bandwagon. Samsung will follow suit as I believe that their QLED TV's hasn't been as successful as OLED re: sales. When that happens, then you will see the LCD TV prices plummet even further.

          IMO, the LCD is nearing EOL & the XE9000F will be its last LCD TV production.

          I reckon hang on a little more if you don't "really" need to upgrade.

          The perception is that ppl look at the RRP drop dramatically and they pounce to purchase. There is a reason why for that to occur. Then after a few months (or even weeks) later, the next gen model is released for a cost slightly more than the previous gen. Then you get buyers remorse.

          Cheers

  • +1 vote

    Bought 49X9000E. Thanks Mr Tight.

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      Thought I bought, looks like out of stock. :(

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        Tried buying a few times. Sony says they have stock. Bank says I have money in credit card. Sony says we don't want to supply you with the TV. Maybe Sony is not happy with the price?

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    @altavista I ordered last Thursday, got DHL delivery info on the 9th. It stated estimated delivery on the 12th. I stayed at home yesterday but no delivery. After calling many branches of DHL I found someone who explained the delivery process to me. It has arrived in Melbourne from Sydney, but because this delivery is a 2 man job they need to organise things a bit more and arrange a delivery day/time with me to ensure I'll be home. Apparently some time this week I'll get a call from them to arrange that. Would have been nice to have that info conveyed to me from Sony!

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      Thanks for the update rabiez. Was wondering about my delivery too. Gave DHL (supply chain) a call this morning and was told that somebody from Sony will be giving me a call. Hopefully my TV is somewhere in Melbourne too.

      In case anyone is curious, the number I called was 1300 362 194.

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        Oh wow, indeed frustrating. I worked from home today with the same thinking, as my estimated delivery date is today. Will give them a call. Thanks!

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        Just for the benefit of others. I called Sony who didn't know anything really, as far as he knew it was coming today, which was the estimated shipping date. So called DHL and they said it hadn't even made it to the depo yet and that, because it was coming on a pallet DHL (not sony) would call me to arrange a delivery time. She expected this to be sometime later this week. For reference I ordered Friday night and live in inner Melbourne.