out of stock Soniq N55UX17B-AU 55" 4K Ultra HD Google Chromecast Built-in $399 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Detailed clarity 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV with display resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels
Stream your favorite content with apps from your phone, tablet or laptop right to your TV
Allows viewers to see vivid, rich and life-like color on TV screens
An HDMI cable enables high-quality digital video and audio to be transmitted over a single cable
Powerful performance with Dual Core A53 CPU and Quad Core Mail450 GPU

Sold out last time…See previous post by deelaroo https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/447951

Don't forget 5% cashback to bring it down to $379.05

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  • +6 votes

    Very VERY tempting

    • +3 votes

      Only if you like trash and enjoy contributing to landfill.

      • +2 votes

        No thats buying Christmas and Halloween stuff each year and ditching it after one use
        Surely you would get 3-4 years of solid use out of this?

  • +4 votes

    buy Google Chromecast and get a free Soniq N55UX17B-AU

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    Anyone who has rcvd from previous deal can pls provide some inputs

    • +43 votes

      Hdmi, vga etc etc.

      • +1 vote

        I bought one from the last deal but still not had chance to unbox it!!… I have a TVL (rebranded same model soniq) I bought a couple of months ago and for my purposes it's fantastic….built in tuner and chromecast aren't great but if just using it as a monitor for external sources it's fine - pair with an android TV box - bought foxtel / me cool ml pro l boxes myself but waiting on a vodafone tv box because it should cover all bases (free to air tuner, official android tv so chromecast ok, not crippled so works fine with plex, kodi, etc. from other posts on here. The only thing uncertain is how long it will last but been using every day for past 2 months without issues so far..

      • +1 vote

        Well played, sir

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    Cab you Miracast your screen? Or is it just sending Netflix and YouTube to to TV.

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    Get a TCL atleast. A big step up and Android.

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    Taken from amazon review section, not sure if accurate but it's a deal breaker for me.

    "The TV doesn’t have up-scaling function. All video signal not in 4K resolution (e.g. SD channels and DVD movies) will not be up-scaled to achieve 4K resolution on the screen."

    • +3 votes

      So you think there will be a 1080p image taking up 1/4 of the screen with the rest of the screen just black? I doubt that's the case

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      It's true, it doesn't upscale to 4K. The TV just drops it's resolution to match the video source. FTA looks terrible even the HD channels. You really need an external tuner that can upscale to 4K such as the foxtel now box, vodafone tv, etc.

  • +5 votes

    Damn, I misread Soniq as Sony and got excited!

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    Soniq TVs truly are shocking. I guess it's hard to argue with the price if you need a spare for a bedroom, rental, or something like that but I would not for one second consider this as a main TV unless you just don't have the budget (which is fine, but just don't expect much). Input lag tends to be shockingly high on these TVs.

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      Can you explain input lag?

      I can imagine that being a problem if using with a PC or console, but not for TV or DVD watching (?)

      I was going to ask if a TV like this would be good for PC use, on a desktop - i.e. used as a dedicated monitor. Not necessarily for this specific model, but I'm wondering if I should start considering getting a large size 4k TV to use as a desktop monitor. I looked into this several years ago and was told you need high resolution, but now with 4K we have the high resolution required, and now it seems that the price is getting very reasonable.

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        Input lag really would matter if you playing high fps games. The only real question how far you will be sitting away from the screen while using it. I had a 42 inch and was sitting 1.5 metres away and had to swap it for a 32 for the eyes to get the whole screen in view.

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          Well I have a Soniq and measured the input lag across every setting, HDMI input and anything else I could think of and couldn't achieve below 125ms (yep seriously). So even for a monitor it's shocking.

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          I'm sitting 1.5 metres from a 55" 4k tv - i would consider it just about perfect distance, not sure how 42" was overwhelming your fov

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        It's fine if you don't care about colour accuracy or input latency for gaming. If you just browse the web and type word documents a tv works fine. Imagine sitting at a 55inch tv on a desk though, your neck would hurt!

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          For me personally dynamic range is where cheaper TV's fall flat on their face . Grey blacks and washed out colours .

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    Using Soniq for last 3 years and no complaints

    $599 instead of $1000+ I am happy as I am not worried too
    Much about 1 or 2% imperfections

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    How would this be for watching something like the AFL?

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    would this be good for my mum that has a shitty 30? inch tv?

    if she watches 720 or 1080p tv shows, would they just run at those res, and lack of upscaling shouldnt matter if she's used to those resolutions?

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    Bought from last deal and spent today setting it(and space in the room) up but the screen was broken upon arrival :(

    The amazon return process seems good so far but sad days that it wont be working in time for Game of Thrones

  • +1 vote

    It's $529 now.

  • +1 vote

    I think sold out now

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    Jb have dumped the brand, so I guess you will see them pop up everywhere now only cheaper

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    Dont buy Soniq, I worked at JB a few years back, and every weekend we would have like 10 Soniqs exchanged or refunded. Boss would always tell us to chuck it away because it costs more to fix.

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      Wouldn't you be sending it back for refund/replacement/repair from Soniq…rather than "chuck it out"?

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      I once bought some things direct from them. They might have been refurbished but I'm not sure. Every item had an issue. Dealing with them was also an issue. Never again.

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