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  Reply # 1824107 17-Jul-2017 23:31
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Max budget was $2.5k and have been following thread closely. Shortlist is between Ex780 and Sony 8500 I think. I like that I get more tv (58") with the Pani! Here's my watchlist anyways. Any suggestions on which is better? Or where I can get best reviews?

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  Reply # 1824116 18-Jul-2017 03:31
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networkn:

 

A 32" OLED for the Bedroom with HDR and Android OS is high on my wish list right now. 

 

I was in Harrods a week ago and they had some of the most breaktaking TV's I've seen. 

 

I'd love a Sonos Soundbar for the bach at some stage. 

 

 

 

 

OT but: Do you mean Sonos Playbar or Playbase? The newer Playbase got rave reviews when it was released a couple of months ago.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1824341 18-Jul-2017 12:50
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Malingo: Max budget was $2.5k and have been following thread closely. Shortlist is between Ex780 and Sony 8500 I think. I like that I get more tv (58") with the Pani! Here's my watchlist anyways. Any suggestions on which is better? Or where I can get best reviews?

 

 

 

If you can find a panny DX900 get it, top of the range 2016 range, i picked mine up for $2800 6 weeks ago. simply stunning screen


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  Reply # 1824351 18-Jul-2017 13:00
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May I ask what app that is?


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  Reply # 1824352 18-Jul-2017 13:09
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Azzura:

 

May I ask what app that is?

 

 

That's the Pricespy app, as viewed on a phone. They have both an iOS and Android app available.

 

 


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  Reply # 1824383 18-Jul-2017 13:57
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Malingo: Max budget was $2.5k and have been following thread closely. Shortlist is between Ex780 and Sony 8500 I think. I like that I get more tv (58") with the Pani! Here's my watchlist anyways. Any suggestions on which is better? Or where I can get best reviews?

 

 

 

If you can find a panny DX900 get it, top of the range 2016 range, i picked mine up for $2800 6 weeks ago. simply stunning screen

 

 

 

 

Looks quite good from reviews.  Where did you pick yours up from mate?


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  Reply # 1824449 18-Jul-2017 15:05
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Hi all, I'm after a bit of advice..
I have a budget of $1500 max. I'm after a tv for the bedroom, 40-50 inch size.
I was considering a Samsung (Not because I'm a Samsung fan) because they have the on-demand apps which you can't get on the other brands and the room does not have an a connection to make Freeview Plus work. This isn't a deal breaker without it as do want to get the best tv for my money.
Thanks so much for you help, it is most appreciated.

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  Reply # 1824662 18-Jul-2017 18:13
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Malingo:

 

razor2000nz:

 

Malingo: Max budget was $2.5k and have been following thread closely. Shortlist is between Ex780 and Sony 8500 I think. I like that I get more tv (58") with the Pani! Here's my watchlist anyways. Any suggestions on which is better? Or where I can get best reviews?

 

 

 

If you can find a panny DX900 get it, top of the range 2016 range, i picked mine up for $2800 6 weeks ago. simply stunning screen

 

 

 

 

Looks quite good from reviews.  Where did you pick yours up from mate?

 

 

 

 

Harvey Norman, not advertised online anymore so would only be what stock is in store


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  Reply # 1824697 18-Jul-2017 18:49
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brought the zd9 Harvey...amazing colours..blacks etc...to many settings to play with...




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  Reply # 1825318 19-Jul-2017 15:20
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pdkm: Hi all, I'm after a bit of advice..
I have a budget of $1500 max. I'm after a tv for the bedroom, 40-50 inch size.
I was considering a Samsung (Not because I'm a Samsung fan) because they have the on-demand apps which you can't get on the other brands and the room does not have an a connection to make Freeview Plus work. This isn't a deal breaker without it as do want to get the best tv for my money.
Thanks so much for you help, it is most appreciated.

 

 

 

I'm also on the look out for a TV with the same price range, I would like sony, I had a Samsung but found their OS sluggish 


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  Reply # 1825436 19-Jul-2017 19:21
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any one got a link to zd9 online manual....cannot find one that gives specs...other than set up and wall mounting etc..What about settings...




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  Reply # 1825438 19-Jul-2017 19:25
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I'm just slowly dying while I'm waiting for something to come out that isn't ungodly expensive to replace my Plasma with. You all need to start buying OLED to drive production rates up and prices down, thanks.




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  Reply # 1827097 22-Jul-2017 14:51
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JBHifi starts stocking the C7, prices instantly drop below 5k at 3 retailers 🤔


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I am also in the market for a new 4K possibly OLED tv. Im not sure on size yet. Either 42" or there abouts if its for our living room. Or maybe 55" if i decide to put it in the lounge. So my eye is out for deals. I hear the LG OLED's are great TV's. They are a bit more than what i would prefer to spend. But I dont have a 4K tv yet.... So I may consider it.






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  Reply # 1827139 22-Jul-2017 16:04
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foxy38: any one got a link to zd9 online manual....cannot find one that gives specs...other than set up and wall mounting etc..What about settings...

 

 

 

http://www.sony.com.au/support/product/kd-65z9d

 

 


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