From going from a 22″ to this gad been amazing i am seeing stuff the was bit there before. What a tv from going from a 22″ to this gad been amazing i am seeing stuff the was bit there before lol.
I got this one this week and very happy with my purchase. Reasons for buying:overwhelmingly positive professional reviews it has gotthis is launched in 2015, so one of the latest full hd tv. Android osinitial thoughts:very good picture quality. I haven’t attempted any calibration, but in my opinion the default settings are good enough to start with. At first startup it asked if i want to update which i did and it took a around 30 mins to update to latest software. Once it is done everything is smooth. Wired and wireless connections tested and works very fast. Youtube 4k videos runs smoothly(and looks good even though this is only 1080p)sound is average. Not an issue for me as sound from any tv is not going to match a good sound bar, so i am going to get a good sound bar. Pretty unstable in the stand, so you need to tie the tv to the stand(instructions provided)standard definition videos are decent enough. Bottom line:better than any below 1500 pounds 4k tv. Probably the best non oled full hd tv in the market. Very good value for what it is.
Great looks but most definitely not smart. . I’ve had the 50″ version of this tv for a week now. I’ll start with its good points. First off, the tv’s picture is particularly impressive. Crisp, clear pictures with deep blacks and a choice of picture modes to choose from including football. When enabled, i found there was still some motion blur but it’s nothing which i would consider to be off-putting. For sound i found the speakers to be more than adequate and have decided to sell on the free soundbar which came packaged with the set. Build quality is superb and it looks exceptionally classy. It comes with both aerial and satellite tuners; i wasn’t expecting the satellite tuner so i was happy with that. The tv was easy to set up and took about 40 minutes to download and install the latest software updates.
- Great Picture, not so smart though. (Updated) Improving!
- Great picture, great interface, great build quality.
- Great looks but most definitely not Smart.
- A very good unit (You can tell a lot of effort has been put on it)
- Very Good Quality Screen!
- Sony KDL-55W755C for £579 – very good smart TV
Sony KDL-43W755C Smart 43-inch Full HD TV (Android TV, X-Reality Pro, Motionflow XR 800 Hz, One Click Entertainment, Wi-Fi and NFC), 2015 Model
- X-Reality Pro: Experience high picture quality
- Slim design: The elegant slim design seamlessly blends into any living room, even when mounted on the wall
- Motionflow XR 800 Hz: Reduced blur and judder. Smoother images, whatever you watch
- YouView*: The seven day scroll back TV guide brings together catch up TV from across BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand. *User interface may differ. Limited ITV content in Scotland and NI. Suitable coverage, broadband speed and aerial required. Terms and condition’s apply
Great picture, not so smart though. Short and sweet version, the picture quality is great, android tv less so. I have been watching the new sony sets for a while and was torn between ordering a new version sony device or stay safe with the older models. In the end i decided to jump and buy the latest model. The picture quality is great at this price, though as other reviews have already noted the remote is very cheap feeling compared to other sony remotes i have used. Android however is disappointing, its network function is flaky and at times slow. I hate having to reboot my telly because the software has crashed and no longer allows me to change input again. I have applied the latest version of the software but for the moment that makes it no better. Streaming films from my synology box is hit and miss because for the moment it is not always ‘visible’ in the videos app.
Omg this tv is amazing its good great features. Omg this tv is amazing its good great features, sound and the pucture is brill also having amazon prime on it and netflix is a bonus without having to connect it through your laptop got it at a great price so pleased.
All round, incredibly good tv. Just bought this tv from argos (£30 more expensive at £679. 99, but i wanted it there and then, so paid the extra)i’ve got to say, it is by far and away the best tv i’ve ever owned. I’ve owned a few large screened full hd tv’s over the last few years, and none of them have come close to thisthe picture quality is incredible, in freeview hd and also in the built in netflix/youtube app (not tried a bluray yet) some of the crispiest hd i’ve seen.I have no idea how it sounds as i use a wireless set of earphones, but from what i have read, it sounds very good. The setup wasn’t as bad as some have suggested, only downside was how long the installation of the initial update took, i wasn’t timing, but by my reckoning it was around 20-25 minutes just for it to install. It sits on the installing screen not really doing anything, so i was starting to wonder if it had crashed, but do not unplug it, its definitely working away in the background, just be patientthe software/ui experience is very pleasent, and also much quicker than tv’s i’ve had in the past. I was really surprised by this, as i had become so used to laggy/slow tv ui’s that i just assumed that’s how they all were. Not this oneno complaints from me about the remote. It is a bit plasticy, but the addition of the dedicated netflix button is genius.