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New & Refurb 24" TVs $99, 65" 4K TVs $599, 75" 4K TVs $999, $1 Wall Mounts, $19 Chargers @ SONIQ

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SONIQ is having a massive EOFY Warehouse Sales with thousands of new and refurbished products at heavily discounted prices! We are now opening the savings onto the public

You can still pickup at our location at 178 Boundary Rd Braeside

Some of the products include:

  • $1 Wallmounts for VESA TVs 23 to 40 inches (limited to 1 per customer)
  • $25 Wireless Car Phone Charger
  • $19 Travel Chargers
  • 24" TVs from $99 (Refurbished), $119 New
  • 55" TVs from $299 (Refurbished), $399 New
  • 58" TVs from $349 (Refurbished)
  • 65" TVs from $499 (Refurbished), $599 New
  • 75" TVs from $999 New

Able to organise the delivery and installation for additional costs

All Refurbished products come with an 18-month warranty and are comprised of either light scratching on the back of the TV or stand (not the front) or repaired units using genuine manufacturer parts.

Many of our larger Smart/ Chromecast TVs come with an included 36-month warranty if you register them on our website

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  • This was my comment on their "deal" posted on the 14th. Actually a bit unimpressed that the OP/Rep did not comment on this, hence re posting my comment:

    We used to have a "dumb" Soniq 50"(?!) HD that we bought on special around the 300 mark from JB. Best TV ever for that price. Could not fault it.
    Recently I convinced the Mrs to replace it with this 75" UHD model as we were "lucky" enough to have some local stock https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/451078 .

    Size is impressive, picture is quite good considering the price, sound is s###t (as with most units this days) but nothing you can't fix with a nice soundbar oz bargain.

    However first thing we noticed- the Sound when going through the soundbar is of sync.
    Tried various "fixes" found online but the offset seems to coming and going; might depend on the content.

    But this was only a small issue compared to the real problem: Casting!
    This TV is sold with "inbuilt" Chromecast and while it worked fine at first it started playing up pretty soon. Phone would simply not connect any longer. Yes we tried different phones but it will always attempt to connect and then state "casting stopped"(or something along those lines); while on the TV screen it does not even start for a sec.
    Resetting the TV and setting it up again fixed it for a short while and then the issue starts again.
    And I am sure it is not our Network as we have three other Chromecasts (1st and 2nd Gen) working fine as well as a Mibox and and Xbox.
    We actually have the MiBox hooked up to it atm to cast via the Box. Bit defeats the purpose of getting such a TV, but can't be bothered constantly resetting it.

    And now we also have Green Stripes coming up on screen on start up.
    Not all the time, but it seems to become more frequent. Most times they are only showing during start up and then disappear but we also had occasions where we had pull the power plug and restart it as it was stuck with this black screen with green stripes (actually took a video of it)….

    Overall not happy at all and while the old unit was rock solid I can't see this one lasting tooooo long.

    Actually if it keeps getting a little worse/carries on like this I'll start looking into a warranty claim.
    Only reason I have not done so yet is that I am not looking forward to being treated like an idiot("have you reset"? "What is the status light on your Wifi Modem"?…)and having to convince people that unit this is not fit for purpose…(A TV with Chromecast where the Chromecast part isn't working)

  • Do any of the TVs have HDR?

  • I can't find anywhere whether any of these TVs have Hdmi CEC. Anyone able to confirm?

  • Anyone care to share a more recent experience with soniq? A TV I had from long ago was pure trash in just about every way besides price.
    Though back then HiSense was just as bad, and people rave about them as a brand today.

  • What's the point of a 4k tv without hdr?
    On 65", I don't think there's a need, maybe for PC gaming?

  • Tip: that $1 wall mount is rated at 40kg, which will easily cover a 55" LCD, just not an old plasma.

    Just make sure the VESA mount size is compatible.
    Rep: why have you not specified the VESA mount sizes on any of your products?

  • Rep,
    E24HZ17B-AU Can this be run from 12volt? What is the freight for this TV and a wall mount?
    Many thanks
    Regards David

    • It can indeed be run from a 12 Volt as long as you have an adapter, you can purchase it from us if you pop an email over to [email protected]

      Freight really depends on the state and your postcode so I would recommend checking on our website first before purchase

  • For my fellow lovers of 3D the 55 inch is selling for $419 https://www.soniq.com/au/shop/E55S14A-detail
    I grabbed one at $500 spewing - but great unit in my opinion

  • postage is little bit too much..
    $50 each unit
    Thinking to get some of them for the business……