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Sony TVs (Box Damaged): KD55X9500G $1299 | KD75Z9F $2999 | KD75X9500G $3499 | KD65A8G $3499 & More Delivered @ Sony eBay

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Update 2: 55" X95G $1,299 is back in stock (Quantity: 10 available, 61 sold) & 75" Z9F $2,999 back in stock (Quantity: 1 available, 1 sold)
Update 1: 55" X95G $1,299 is back in stock — Quantity: 10 available (51 sold)


List of all TVs

http://www.ebaystores.com.au/sonyaustralia/Box-Damaged-/_i.h...

2019 TVs

KD55X7000G Sony 55" X70G LED 4K Ultra HD High Dynamic Range Smart TV $719.20SOLD OUT

KD55X9500G Sony 55" X95G Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV $1,299Back in stock

KD75X9500G Sony 75" X95G Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV $3,499

KD85X8500G Sony 85" X85G LED 4K Ultra HD High Dynamic Range Smart Android TV $3,499SOLD OUT

KD65A8G Sony 65" A8G OLED 4K Ultra HD Android TV $3,499

KD65A9G Sony 65" A9G Master Series OLED 4K HDR Android TV $4,499

KD85X9500G Sony 85" X95G Full Array LED 4K HDR Android TV $5,199

2018 TVs

KD49X7500F Sony 49" X75F LED 4K Ultra HDR Android TV $639.20SOLD OUT

KD75X8500F Sony 75" X85F LED 4K Ultra HDR Android TV $1,899SOLD OUT

KD75X9000F Sony 75" X90F LED 4K Ultra HDR Android TV with Dolby Vision $2,599SOLD OUT

KD75Z9F Sony 75" Z9F Master Series 4K Ultra HDR Android TV $2,999Back in stock

2017 TVs

KDL32W660E Sony 32" W660E Full HD TV $399.20


All TVs:

Box Damaged
Condition: New: Never Used
AS NEW: This item may have damaged carton. It is an unused & undamaged item in its original packaging.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Any 4k 3d ones?

    • +19 votes

      3d? I think 3d is almost dead these days..None of the flagships come with 3d anymore..

    • +2 votes

      The last 4k 3d tv was the Panasonic EX750 from 2018. If you really want 3d look for one second hand or opt for a projector (something like the optoma uhd51a).

  • +6 votes

    Looking for a 65" x9500g……

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      Same. So frustrating.

      • +1 vote

        There were 5 of these in seconds 2 days ago. Sold out in less than 2 hours at $1239 each. Hope I receive a decent piece as the last one I bought was screen damaged

        • +1 vote

          Say what?! The 65" x9500g were $1239? I'd be all over that.
          Real shame you had damage, do you have to pay return postage?

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            @hen dawg: No. I bought the 65x850f last time which arrived with the screen cracked from the inside. Guess the Toll guys mishandled it.

            There was some mucking around with Sony eBay to get a prepaid return label but no charge for returns.

            Hopefully the 950g turns out ok. Fingers crossed.

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            @hen dawg: They were "seconds" not box damaged or brand new. Wouldn't you rather spend a little more for box damaged or new?

            • +1 vote

              @koalafied: I would happily spend a 'little' more on box damaged. Not sure if the box damaged would be discounted to the level of $1239. The lowest price on new I have see so far is $1900.

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              @koalafied: Depends on price difference. As Skamalpreet says, at that price you mentioned it's pushing to $800 less that vest other price and $1,100 less than regular going rate

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      Same…

  • +2 votes

    I'm looking at the 2019 X70G 55 inch model.
    eBay puts the initial price at $1,499 for this model, with a discount down to $899, then the extra 30% off gets you down to $719.20.

    But on the Sony website, this same TV has a regular price of $1,399: https://store.sony.com.au/television-4K-X7000/KD55X7000G.htm... and is currently on sale for $949.

  • +2 votes

    Just received my 55 full array. Zero box damage. Probably just overstock. No mention of damage on invoice.

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    Which one is better, the Sony 55" X95G Full Array LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV or the LG OLED55C9PTA 55 inch 4K 2160p OLED Smart TV?

    • +2 votes

      The Sony is an LCD and the LG is an oled.

      The answer is that depends on what your use case is. Lots of articles to read on LCD vs Oled

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      General consensus is LG definitely better but it's usually lots more expensive

    • +2 votes

      I was in the same position as you re the 2018 equivalent models, was prepared to pay the extra for the lg but ended up going with the Sony. It’s a fantastic quality screen and the room I’m using it in is so bright it won’t benefit from the deep deep black of an oled anyway. So I recommend you see both screens before you make the call as to what’s right for you and not just buy the oled as it’s better on paper

    • +1 vote

      Im looking at both, the LG edges out the Sony in most areas, but my primary use will be gaming so I’m leaning towards the Sony because burn in is a concern for me. Check out rtings.com. They have comprehensive reviews on both and a comparison tool.

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        Thanks all for your comments. I'm looking to replace my 2014 Samsung Smart TV and mostly use it to watch Netflix and Kodi. Seems like the LG C9 is a great TV but possibly overkill for my needs, and the price savings from the Sony are quite significant. Just wondering if I should buy the Sony now or hold off for Black Friday deals.

    • -1 vote

      Not even a comparison.
      C9 is the easy decision.
      The X95G does not have enough zones to make it worthy of a FALD panel (blooming for days).
      Considering how cheap OLED's have become this year, I don't know why anyone would spend money on an LED.

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    The Sony 65A8G or LG 65C9 PTA? Same prices where I’m looking (here and google shopping).

    Use: smallish lounge room, timber floors, TV in a sort of recessed 2m section of the room so no direct sunlight ever. Movies/TV only, but love watching psychedelic type stuff.

  • +1 vote

    Rats , was hoping for 43” Android model.

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    Last tv I owned was in 2005… are there any today that are just 'panels' without all the smart shit?

  • +1 vote

    Got a 55" X95G on the same deal last week. Absolutely zero damage on the box. Picture is fantastic - I don't really care if there are "better" screens. It's more than good enough and great value at that price.

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    Would love to get one for my Mum. If only you could arrange install directly too

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    best deals from the list?

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    KD75X8500F Sony 75" X85F LED 4K Ultra HDR Android TV $1,899 2018 not bad

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    Whats the story with VA panel vs IPS? Im finding when you go up in sizes the panel type changes!

    • +2 votes

      IPS Has poor brightness and contrast. VA panels have around 5x contrast and at least double the brightness. Biggest issue is the level of blacks, IPS looks grey no matter what the situation (especially in a dark room). VA panels have much better blacks but colours and blacks can lessen when viewing on an angle. Needs to be at a fairly large angle to see it though. Either way blacks on angle for VA would be the same for watching an IPS panel normally. So always look for a VA panel!

    • +1 vote

      Don't know if it applies so much to TVs, but with monitors:
      VA = MUCH better contrast
      IPS = better response time (i.e. less "ghosting"/smearing - this really bothers me, but some people barely notice), somewhat better colour reproduction and viewing angles

  • +1 vote

    I bought the KDX557000G on a similar deal one month ago. Amazing picture quality, the only downside is the lack of android system and app store but for the price I can't complain.
    Arrived in pristine condition without a scratch. I can only assume that they advertise them as "box damaged" to avoid getting in trouble for undercutting the retailers.

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    What's the major diff between x9000f and x9500g

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    Update: 55" X95G $1,299 is back in stock

    Quantity: 10 available (51 sold)

  • +1 vote

    Damn, great price on the x950G.

  • +1 vote

    Nabbed a 55" x95g for Mum after missing out on the first batch, stoked! Thanks :)

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    Anyone knows why the PITCH20 code cannot be applied to my order? I've checked and complied with the T&C.

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      Which TV are you trying to buy?
      In the meantime, try a different browser (or if using the eBay app, try desktop).

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP! Bought one of the few remaining 55" X95G models before they went OOS again.

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    Update 2:
    55" X95G $1,299 is back in stock (Quantity: 10 available, 61 sold)
    75" Z9F $2,999 is back in stock (Quantity: 1 available, 1 sold)

  • +1 vote

    have personally had really bad experiences with software glitches with sony TVs so buyer beware. My $700 55 inch hisense has had no problems, yet the $2000 Sony TV we have is glitchy as hell!

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      Same here mate, I got the X900F and the remote is a laggy pos since one of the updates about 6 months ago. It was also crashing and rebooting the entire TV when I had my Chromecast plugged in with the latest update. Only reason I had the Chromecast in is because the OS was such a buggy POS and now I cant use that either.

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    Thanks OP; this is also available in 85" - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SONY-KD85X8500F-85-X85F-LED-4K-U...

    Have been eyeing this for a while now; I dont think it will get any lower than this;

    • +1 vote

      Be aware that the model you linked is a Refurb (used but refurbished by Sony).
      The other models linked in the OP are Box Damaged but New: Never Used.

      If you're after a Refurb, that's fine.

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