expired Sony Bravia 2018 UHD LED TVs - X9000F 65" $2738, 55" $1913.50 Delivered @ Videopro eBay

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Link to 55"

Slightly cheaper than my previous post.

OLED's are also on sale

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Thanks to TA's original post

13/07: Both listings have been removed by Videopro!

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  • +1 vote

    last one👌

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    got one of the 65" at 10am… great price and very happy!

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    I don't know why they don't post some models to Tasmania. Has me completely baffled

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      I think that's because Tasmanian families don't have time to watch television.

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    Is this 55" better than the LG 55" OLED does anyone know?

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      this is LED, so the brightness levels will be higher. more suited for brighter rooms and input lag will be less, so good for gaming.

      OLED's are good for dark rooms and watching movies. I have both LED and OLED 4K, and I would pick OLED anyday. If you are considering LG OLED, check out the Sony A8F as well.

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        But would you pick OLED for gaming? Is the difference in input lag that noticeable? I'm planning on getting a new TV later this year, and as much as I love the look of the A8F, I'm just worried that the input lag might be a liability for gaming, so I'll probably end up going for LED instead.

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          tbh, I have both PS4 pro and the Xbox one and I see no difference in the input lag. Again, I am a casual gamer. I spend like 4-6 hours a week gaming….and I notice no difference with the OLED's input lag! If you're a serious gamer that puts in hours and hours, I would say LG has a better input lag for OLED. Really comes down to how much time you spend gaming and watching other content.

          I have a NAS server which has upscaling capabilities in the hardware itself and coupled with the A8F's upscaling capabilities, movies and tv shows are brilliant!Same with Youtube and Netflix apps which are optimised for Sony! And with the PS4 pro, the games looks awesome with HDR10 enabled! I dont watch any free to air tv.

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          Not sure about this TV in particular but OLEDS have incredible for response times, LG in particular is around 21ms. Lower than alot of LED TV's.

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          @OzGuy93:

          I think you mean input lag mate. OLED response time is almost instantaneous ~0.01 ms.

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          @AngusD:

          Both Sony's A8F OLED (47ms) and this X9000F LCD (40ms) have pretty poor 1080p input lag, however their 4K lag (30ms and 24ms respectively) is fairly decent.

          When running a game at 60fps, each frame takes 17ms. Which means these TVs will take around 2.5 frames to react to your input. This is quite a while and probably noticeable to most people.

          Considering this I personally wouldn't purchase either Sony model for gaming, unless you're always outputting @ 4K. If you are looking at gaming below 4K, I would stick to LG or Samsung since they typically have much less input lag.

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    Good post OP. 2018 models are following 2017 models in pricing reductions as the months pass, but because the 2018's arrived a little late this year they are a couple of months behind where the 2017's were last year. Expect $2300-$2500 on the 65" by September if you can hold out.

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    I have the 75 Sony 900F sitting in my ebay cart since this morning at the old price discount.
    It's now been jacked up by $400 on site.
    Will they honour the old price that sits in my cart? I don't want to hit confirm and the next page shows I purchase it at the new higher price?

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      Nope. They won't (actually, they can't, without making an entirely new listing for you). You neither committed to buy at that price, nor did they commit to sell it at that price.

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        Ebay response is that the seller is committed to sell me the item at the price that shows at my checkout. This is the old price from this morning. I have kept the old window open.
        Ebay says the seller is committed to what I put in my cart at the time whether they jacked up the price subsequently or not.

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    Purchased the 55 this morning after shopback it will come down to $1866, price jacking on this TV caused a $100 increase ($2378 pre-sale jacking). I was expecting worse, still a good price

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    Balls. Paid $3050 a couple of weeks ago for 65X9000F. Couldn't stretch to an OLED.

    Pretty good but not quite the upgrade I expected from a 7yo 59" Samsung FHD plasma (paid about $2300 in 2011).

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    it look's like more 65" stock has been added

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