expired Sony 2018 TVs: KD55X9000F $1,838.40 | KD65X9000F $2,398.40 C&C or +$40 Delivery | & More @ Bing Lee eBay [NSW Metro]

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Sony 55" X90F KD55X9000F 4K UHD Smart LED Android TV $1,838.40
eBay price: $2,298.00 less PROTON 20% off code = $1,838.40

Sony 65" X90F KD65X9000F 4K UHD Smart LED Android TV $2,398.40 Sold out
eBay price: $2,998.00 less PROTON 20% off code = $2,398.40

Sony 75" X90F KD75X9000F 4K Ultra HD HDR Android TV $4,999.00
eBay price: $5,999.00 less PROTON 20% off code ($1,000.00 max) = $4,999.00

Sony 55" X85F KD55X8500F 4K UHD Smart LED Android TV $1,516.00
eBay price: $1,895.00 less PROTON 20% off code = $1,516.00

Sony 75" X85F KD75X8500F 4K UHD Smart LED Android TV $3,596.00
eBay price: $4,495.00 less PROTON 20% off code = $3,596.00

Sony 85" X85F KD85X8500F 4K UHD Smart LED Android TV $5,999.00
eBay price: $6,999.00 less PROTON 20% off code ($1,000.00 max) = $5,999.00

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Item location: Sydney, Australia
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Excludes: Adelaide Metro, Brisbane Metro, Melbourne Metro, Northern Territory, NSW Regional, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, QLD Regional, QLD South East, SA Regional, Tasmania, VIC Regional, WA Regional, WA Remote, PO Box


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  • +6 votes

    Posted in the original thread, but I got the KD65X9000F. The price is unbeatable at the moment, did a lot of comparisons, not even close. No price-jacking here. Went with it mainly because RTINGS rates it as the best in its category (basically non-OLEDs).

  • +5 votes

    Excludes: Adelaide Metro, Brisbane Metro, Melbourne Metro, Northern Territory… Perth Metro… Tasmania…

    So basically just Sydney and Canberra?

    • +1 vote

      It looks like NSW & ACT Metro (inc Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong & Canberra)

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      Well that sucks!

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      Would Melbourne JB-Hi Fi price match?

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        Not OP, but I've struggled with JB price matches against eBay stores even of bricks and mortar competitors.

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      If your happy to click and collect you can from pretty much any binglee store in Australia.

      I talked to support there is a glitch because of the post exclusion it wont let you select a store or add to cart but if you want to click and collect change your postcode in your primary ebay Mail address (in ebay account settings) to a sydney one keep your address the same then select a store order what you want then just change your postcode back after you complete the order.

      then you can buy with discount and pickup from local store

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        Thats basically what I did too. Talked to them thru ebay, did click and collect for Sydney warehouse, messaged them afterwards so they could change it. They emailed me a receipt with a note saying "cust req pick up at local store… transferring stock Warehouse>Store".

        Edit: Local store is out of stock so click and collect wasn't directly available after changing postcode.

  • +2 votes

    As far as I know, the performance of 9000F series is right between the 9000E and 9300E. But the stand of F series (2018 model), which has two separate legs, is worse in terms of aesthetics and stability. Two legs also require bigger space if you want to put it on a tv bench.

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      I have the x9000e and X9300e. X9300e blows it away for 4K HDR content. X9000f is just a little bit better than the x9300e. Their all very good TV's, just depends on how much 4K and HDR content you have.

  • +1 vote

    ugh, still too expensive. I'm after a good 65 inch telly for under $1500

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    Any ideas on the warranty of these TVs? Does BingLee have good after sales support?

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    Having seen Q7F 2017 and X9000E I preferred the Q7 in terms of picture quality.
    Same case with the 2018 models, albeit the Q7 is slightly more expensive.

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    I'm still using a LG 3D Plasma TV (LG50PX950) lol. I know it's outdated but picture quality still seems good. What should be the main reasons to the wifey be for upgrade. Does it consume heaps more electricity than the LCDs/LEDs?

    • +1 vote

      If you are coming from plasma and use your TV in a dimly lit or dark room, I would consider OLED as majority of LCDs may not even be an upgrade.

      3 years ago I retired my 10 year old LG 720p plasma to get an OLED as LCDs light bleed, poor blacks and narrow viewing angle made my eyes bleed.

      Nowadays while the latest Samsung Q9 QLED and Sony Z9 Master LCDs are comparable to OLED (apart from viewing angle/response), they are usually more expensive.

      So if your plasma is still going strong and you aren't watching in a brightly lit room, I'd save up and get an OLED instead. You won't regret it.

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        Thanks for the info. The plasma is in a very dim room atm. No direct sunlight. I'm moving to a place where there will be a window on the east and a skylight. I guess I'll see how the plasma performs.

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    Torn between Sony 65 9000F and Hisense 75P5. Question is size over quality. !!

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      i've got a hisense 75" 5series and a sony 55" 8500 series, HDR and picture quality is better on the sony, but the 75"screen size wins it every day of the week for me

  • +1 vote

    Perth always getting schticked :(

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      In this case everyone else except NSW metro is shafted, so it's not just Perth (although it's a really faraway place).

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    Anyone know if the X90F is worth the extra money over the X85F?

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      LG/Sony OLED > Samsung QLED > Sony X9000F . So in essence among the LEDs X9000f is the best in the price range in terms of PQ alone.

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    65 X90F is out of stock for now.

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    Anyone else getting eBay check out error?

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    Bought the Panasonic 9led for $3990 delivered. Great value tv

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