• out of stock

[Afterpay] Sony KD75X8000H 75" X8000H 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart Android TV $1,602.67 Delivered @ Sony eBay

1201
AFTPY15

75 inch Sony cheaper than Best Buy in the US which is very unusual for any TV in OZ:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sony-75-class-xbr-x800h-series-...

IPS panel, but it has excellent brightness and the best viewing angles.
This model, the 2020 8000H is brighter than the new model with superior view angles, so therefore better in my books:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/sony-x800h-vs-sony-x...?

The KD75X8000H has the high quality processor for processing motion:
Remarkable realism of 4K HDR Processor X1
Upscale any content closer to 4K with 4K X-Reality PRO
Experience cinema thrills with Dolby vision and Dolby Atmos

Original Coupon Deal

Related Stores

eBay Australia
eBay Australia
Marketplace
Sony Australia
Sony Australia
Brand

closed Comments

  •  

    This or TCL X915?

    • +14 votes

      Ofcourse this one, more reputed brand

      • +12 votes

        Of course, TCL. TCL X915 beats Sony 8000H ass easily, 8K, stand-alone speaker, HDR, and hdmi 2.1 VRR etc. I have 2 Sony 75inch 4k TVs, 8500 and 9500 btw. Saying 8000H is better that’s just BS. Not gonna debate if Sony fanboys brainlessly licking Sony shoes.

        Edit JB feedback: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/sony-x8000h-55-4k-ultra-h...

        • +9 votes

          Don't agree that you must be a 'fanboy' or 'brainless' to trust Sony more than TCL, in fact the contrary. It doesn't take a huge amount of life experience to realise there is more to products than headline specifications, and cheapest brands don't often (or ever) have the best quality designs, non specified performance and/or reliability.

          • +6 votes

            @ath: Not to dilute the context, it’s 8000H vs X915, and it’s not Sony vs TCL. Also, TCL is not a cheap brand, and Sony is not a quality brand either. my 8500 had the panel replaced and it happened to my mate too. Sony promised hdmi2.1 VRR support for X9000 and it’s not delivered with many issues. A quality brand doesn’t and shouldn’t do that. It seems your lifelong experience tells you Sony is a better choice. Go for it.

    • +3 votes

      TCL will have better HDR

    • +2 votes

      The TCL in question is better than the Sony in question.
      I personally would not touch either.

      •  

        Out of interest, what 75" would you recommend sub $2k?

      •  

        Why?

      •  

        personally if i had that budget id buy a 65" LG OLED and i would stop worrying about a better tv coming out for years. just look at the c9 that thing came out close to 3 years now and it still has the best picture compared to the best of sony or samsung 2021.

  •  

    for this do I need a 1800 limit in afterpay?

    • +2 votes

      as far as I know if you hit any limits you need to pay more up front, but still the same price.

  • +17 votes

    No HDMI 2.1 before anyone asks

    •  

      I think that's a deal breaker if you're going to keep the TV for over 3 years. If you're going to game on it affordable next gen GPUs will do over 60fps at 4k needing hdmi 2.1.

      • +1 vote

        That's one heck of an assumption given what we have seen from both consoles and the GPU market. Most current tvs with 2.1 only partially comply anyway. Better off buying a new TV in 3+ yrs imo.

  •  

    Or this?

    Samsung 75" AU8000 4K UHD LED

      • +1 vote

        Thanks!

    •  

      so what's your verdict? which are you going for? I am torn between the two as well.

      • +3 votes

        Going to JB and TGG to compare, tough choice i know!!

        Gut feeling the Samsung

        Have a OLED Panasonic, would have purchased another but they no longer import them :-(

        • +2 votes

          Go panny ,best tvs around!

      •  

        Went Samsung, looks ok

        Buy from TGG Ebay online store, just $1580 delivered

        Cheers

  •  

    Anyone knows what is refresh rate on this TV? Thanks

    •  

      Check OPs link to rtings

  •  

    Just wondering, if I wanted to get the Sony X9500H on Ebay using the Afterpay 15% off code, will it work if I pay down to under $2000 balance using ebay gift cards so that the Afterpay payment button shows? I didn't realise there was a $2000 limit on the cost of the item to qualify to get the 15% off. … or maybe the X90J which is the same price (again if I get the balance to under $2000 for Afterpay button?)

    •  

      looks like its a limit on afterpay side

    •  

      I don't think Afterpay is offered on anything above $2k, even if you split the payment

  •  

    Native refresh rate: 60hz.

    Is this good or bad?

  •  

    This vs Kogan qled?

    Not great with TV technology

    • +8 votes

      Never touch Kogan electronics! Sony will last you a decade.

      •  

        Not been my experience I got a Sony KD606X6700E about 2.5 years ago, started to get vertical lines going down the screen, contacted Sony and the panel was replaced under ACL, about 2 weeks later another issue, flashing red light when starting the TV (which never occurred before the new panel) so now the tech is coming back again.

        I am happy that Sony is fixing this stuff at their cost, however I dont think the TV should have lasted longer with out issues.

        I might be an isolated case but dont assume as its a Sony its going to last.

        Mark

        • +2 votes

          Do you think you would have gotten that sort of after-sales service if you bought a Kogan?

          •  

            @djkelly69: Dont know, if you brought Australian consumer law into the conversation would they be able to not fix/replace your tv?

            Not trying to argue with you there as you are probably right, I was just disappointed that the item didnt last longer.

            Regards

            Mark

    • +5 votes

      Forget about Kogan

  •  

    Is the TCL 75P715 (3yr warranty) worth it at $500 cheaper than this Sony (1yr warranty)?

  •  

    damn that's a great price. got this for 1.71k with a $500 jb hifi voucher. i also paid for it to be wall mounted so all up cost was $2k. TV alone was around 2.2k just last month.

    •  

      1.71K for TV+$500 Voucher?

      •  

        I took it as they had a $500 voucher (perhaps from a phone plan or something) which got the price down to $1710

  •  

    Nah. Not worth it at all.

  • -1 vote

    Get the 75X9000H instead

  • -1 vote

    Yea. Get the 75X9000H instead.

  • +2 votes

    Saw this in JB Hifi yesterday. The picture quality is crap. It was sitting next to 9500H so probably that could be reason. Obviously there is $2k price difference as well.

  • +5 votes

    I purchased 2 different TCL models over the past three years and they have been diabolical.

    Software is not compatible with anything.
    Software is extremely slow.
    TVs sometimes turn themselves on.
    Don’t play half the extension formats on a usb drive.
    System menu is not user friendly.
    One tv has a bright standby light when you switch off.
    Wifi are terrible on both TVs. Netflix becomes pixelated.

    STAY AWAY FROM TCL AT ALL COSTS. THEY ARE CHEAP FOR A REASON

    • +7 votes

      STOP yelling

    •  

      Which models?

    •  

      Which models?
      Technology changes a lot in 3 years….

    •  

      Got any video footage of the TV being ‘turned on’?

      Asking for a mate …

      •  

        I did a few years ago but deleted it. I called TCL and we updated the firmware to what wasnt available online. It still doesnt solve the problem. Doesnt happn very often.

  •  

    I have one of those… Slow to load and can take more than 10 seconds before you can do anything.

    Also lost the remote a few days ago … Soooo….

  •  

    shocking contrast ratio. VA panels are better than IPS when it comes to tvs IMO

    •  

      Strange IPS are superior in monitors, what's the difference in TVs?

      •  

        IPS still have terrible contrast ratio in monitors too but you (presumably) arent consuming as much video content on your computer monitor. IPS panels used to have alot better color accuracy however these days VA panels are just as good. The only place IPS still really wins out is in viewing angles but that's also not really an issue if you are sitting on a chair in front of your computer… all this is to say im not really sure IPS is superior in monitors anymore. I certainly would have no issue buying one for me desktop especially considering how much cheaper they are and how much better the contrast ratio is

        • +1 vote

          I've gone from 27" IPS 2k to 32" 4k VA and I'm very happy with it, despite not as bright.

          I use it for large periods of time as a dev.

  •  

    Was thinking of getting the Sony X90J for ps5 gaming, this is tempting but no HDMI 2.1 or 120hz makes it a dealbreaker :(

    •  

      This is entry level, avoid

  •  

    The IPS vs VA debate is not a one way street, sure contrast and blacks are much better on VA. Viewing angles are far better on IPS.
    LG for example has pretty much gone to only IPS and OLED now. Samsung has an expensive ips panel new model.

    As far as monitors go, I bought a VA one but I can't use if for long as it hurts my eyes, kind of like someone is shining a torch through it. So I bought a Dell IPS and it's great.
    This TV Sony will be great for sports with the quality motion handling.

    •  

      Yeah, it would make a great basic TV for SDR and sport. Very average for HDR and the like though with the brightness and contrast levels being quite poor.

  •  

    This TV has Android TV and Chromecast built. With Android TV you'll get all the Apps and Google updates. E.g Kayo and Apple TV are standard on Sony TV's.

    Check the TLC and Kogan TV OS. If it is their own OS, stay away because you'll never get the proper Smart TV experience (unless you purchase a Google TV plugin).

  • +1 vote

    Hisense vs TCL makes more sense than TCL vs SONY. That just be an absolute insult to SONY.

  •  

    Has anyone received their TV? Mine says posted last Tuesday but no sign of it yet.