expired Sony 4K TV Sale | KD49X8000E $849 | KD55X9300E $1795 | Delivered @ Sony

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Lots of requests to bring this deal back, so here it is with a further $50 off the KD49X8000E and a smaller drop on the KD55X9300E. And how cool is the dedicated landing page. Ensure you apply coupon TA-OZB-SONY at checkout to get the additional discounted pricing (over and above the advertised price). Offer ends Mar 25 unless sold out prior. Enjoy :)

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  • +4 votes

    Any chance of a deal on the 43X8000E?

  • +9 votes

    Love the landing page, if they went in on a 43" offer, I'd be keen

  • +19 votes

    Dedicated Landing Page - Pure Awesomeness!!

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    Thats awesome TA keep up the good work mate !

  • +87 votes

    Just a heads up in a month or 2, the word is these TVs might be heading for a major drop in price according to my source who was right about the $1000 drop in the LG 65" oled in December https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/5400278/redir. Whoever read my comment saved themselves a nice $1k.

    YMMV

    Edit: to whoever is negging this comment, I'm trying to save you a pile of cash. If you guys don't want inside information, I'll keep it to myself next time.

  • +3 votes

    What about the KD49X9000E?

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    Link isn't working for me.

    "
    The link you clicked on is malformed. Contact the editor of the originating page."

  • +7 votes

    If sony is really keeping tabs, how about deals for the 65" and 75"? :)

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    Thanks TA :)
    Awesome having a dedicated landing page.

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    This is awesome. Nice work mate.

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    We love you too Sony!

  • +9 votes

    Gotham city has Batman. OzBargain has Tightarse.

  • +4 votes

    +1 for the effort TA, thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Can't wait for a good deal on a 65 inch! Does anything think they will do a great deal on OLEDs?

  • +1 vote

    finally back in stock. and free shipping. thx!!
    i just wish i had the money.

  • +1 vote

    That banner is pretty cool.

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    This is a pretty good deal. Thanks TA

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    really cool page, impressive, absolutely love it.

  • +1 vote

    65” please!!!

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    Not interested in the TVs but upvoted anyways because of epic landing page.

    • +5 votes

      Reported to the mods, invalid upvote.

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        What, I'm not allowed to appreciate a deal because of its presentation?
        It's a good deal, I just don't have the money.

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          According to the Voting Guidelines that's correct.

          Positive Vote
          Please refrain from voting when it's not a good deal but has a funny picture or coupon, good description, you like the poster or any other element that is not related to the deal itself.

          But relax, you can't really report for an invalid upvote. It was a joke.

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          @WatchNerd:

          No worries, bad day at work. Taken my pills today.

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    Nice one ta, Sony ozbargain'd

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    Great work, TA!
    Well done Sony, for the landing page. Just recently got a 55x8500 else I might’ve pulled the trigger on this.

  • +1 vote

    Good to see a major manufacturer with a sense of humour.

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    Ah thanks for reminding me, my 9300E that I got from the previous deal has developed a vertical line and needs a service call already.. a month old. Winning.

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    I'm curious if the viewing angle has improved on these models. I have the 43X8000D and the viewing angle is atrocious, both vertically and horizontally. You move only slightly off-axis and the picture goes to hell.

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    That 50Hz refresh rate would keep me away from it, i don't think it's HDR10 either - it does say it has HDR but not what type.

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    "The link you clicked on is malformed. Contact the editor of the originating page."

  • +2 votes

    LOL at the shoutout to jv

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    X8000E doesn't have HDR does it? I want to have a new TV to use PS4 Pro on. Not sure if its good enough

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      Sure does.

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      you will have to ask sony. Anything below 400nits is not HDR and there are different levels. 400nits is the minimum. 1000nits is decent.

      HDR also has other requirements like 10bit color and certain color gamut requirements. Anyt tv/monitor that doesn't meet these requirements is not true HDR but manufacturers advertise it as HDR anyway. It will do HDR but wont be as good.

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        You sound like an expert. I guess only the D series is worth looking at. but It's misleading us to think its HDR with that heading…

  • +3 votes

    Hoenstly at almost $1800 for a 55 LCD you would have to consider the Panasonic OLED which was around 1880 a few weeks back.. wouldn't you?… As good as this top spec LCD is surely can't come close to a OLED..

    • +1 vote

      The LCD is over twice as bright. That matters to some people (HDR lovers and bright room owners).

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      Other than black levels which is pretty close to OLED. The X9300e does everything just as well if not better than OLED. The brightness is ridiculous and it's literally like day and night when comparing this TV with basically any other model. It's nickname is "The Light Canon"

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    is this supposed to be a good deal for a tv?

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    The KD49X8000D has a.much better picture than the E. The build quality on the e is also less than the d

  • +4 votes

    worst company to deal with for warranty issue. stay away.

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    Love the reference to "80K high yield investment" OZBargain page.

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    Keen for a 43" deal as well, lack of these lately.

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    Where are the detailed spec? like color gamut, brightness etc ?

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    Sony doesn't list any of the panel specs.. the hisense ones are most likely better when you look at the specs..Hisense was also cheaper at $795.

  • +1 vote

    Are there ever any deals on the A1 65" OLED?

    Also, has anyone had any experience with that model?

  • +1 vote

    β€œDear Loyal OzBargainer,

    Yes, we keep tabs on OzBargain and your feedback/comments (shoutout to TA, EC, JV and others) so here is a small acknowledgement that we appreciate your loyalty to us - apparently this page is powered by Eneloops.

    Unfortunately we can't offer any car advice, but we're listening so keep your eyes out on OzB for our latest deals & offers.

    With love,

    Your Sony Team (and mad OzBargainers)β€œ

    πŸ––πŸ––πŸ––

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    Why do my TVs always breakdown just before the next big thing. I missed affordable 1080p by a year, 32" 720p for a nearly decade. Tv dies and $8-900 for 43" 1080p, a short time late 4K+HDR+bigger for the same price…. sigh.

    /Vent over

  • +2 votes

    The price on the x9300e is great and only seen before as part of EB games discount if you bought the PS4 pro. I would say the lowest this set will go is $1500 even with the new models out in a couple months time. Jbhifi haven't advertised this model for sale anymore, only the 65 inch now. Definitely a worthy buy, as other than minimal blooming on black bars for HDR content. This is as good as it gets for a TV. Highest brightness and easily best HDR set of the year.

    • -1 vote

      The 55x9300e has been selling at Sony Kiosks in Sydney for $1788 or so since Feb or before (last verified by me on 1/3 when I bought the 65x9300e from them for $2500 delivered πŸ˜†).

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        Maybe they had a one off sale for a few days. But they need to have the same prices as the online store for RRP. No way they would undercut Sony online by near $1000! The 65 inch x9300e at the Sony store right now is on sale for $3500!? You are dreaming and confusing it with the x9000e.

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          No dream. The 55x9300e has had a nice sale sign on the front for $1788. And, yes, I have the 65x9300e. Same price as another guy on Whirlpool who bought from Sony kiosk in Castle Hill. Even better it effectively only cost me $1500 cos samsung fullly refunded me $1000 for my defective 6 year old plasma that they couldnt fix.

      • +1 vote

        post pics of receipts
        if true then maybe @TA can work a better deal??

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    Is this TV worth sacrificing an inch over the Samsung U6100 deal that was before?

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      Are you referring to the 55X9300E? If yes, then the Sony TV is much superior to the Samsung U6100. I would buy this Sony TV any day over the Samsung 6100.

    • +2 votes

      Not too much difference between them. IPS panel for Sony which has a lot worse contrast but a little better brightness. Bad viewing angles and not the best screen uniformity on Samsung but better blacks. Flip of the coin really - I guess whatever you get a great deal for.

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