im extremely bad with haggling (I hope you haggled on price ?
Just ask what is the best price you can do on the tv ,if they don’t offer anything off then personally I would walk away ,but in my experience of Sony centres they will do a deal,but remember plenty of other retailers will welcome your customim extremely bad with haggling (
Couldnt even convice him to do somthing with the "100£ ps store credit" if u buy sony tv before 30th of November Promo" sony was running.
My currys purchase was meeting deadline, but since ill cancell and buy directly from sony center i wont have that promo, 30th of november was the deadline....
No, it doesn't matter. You only need to connect one of the latest games consoles to the 120hz ports.I'm having my Sky package upgraded from Sky HD+ to Sky Q UHD this coming week. On my 77" A80J does it matter which of the HDMI ports I get the box connected to (i.e. one of the 4k 120hz ports or one of the non 4k 120hz ports)?
Thanks. I'm not a gamer and won't be connecting any games consoles. I'm assuming what you said regarding Sky Q UHD, is also true for my 4k player as well (i.e. it can be connected to the non 4k 120hz ports without any disadvantage)?No, it doesn't matter. You only need to connect one of the latest games consoles to the 120hz ports.
I have Sky UHD plugged in to HDMI 1, works a treat.
I'm surprised to hear this, as I came from a Sony XF9005 to my first ever oled and I haven't missed the 'blow my retinas out' of the XF. The brightness aspect was a little concern leading up to my purchase, but in the end I had absolutely nothing to worry about. It's been plenty bright enough during gaming, as well as Dolby Vision films.
I guess it all depends on the individual at the end of the day.
No issue with the port but compare the picture quality between having the Sky Q set to 1080i output (so the TV does the upscaling) and 2160p output (so the Sky Q is doing it).I'm having my Sky package upgraded from Sky HD+ to Sky Q UHD this coming week. On my 77" A80J does it matter which of the HDMI ports I get the box connected to (i.e. one of the 4k 120hz ports or one of the non 4k 120hz ports)?
Are the games not optimised well enough that they run at either a locked 30/60/120 fps?You guys think they'll give us OLED owners VRR by the end of the year? Already December and still nothing ... seems increasingly unlikely.
Not that I miss it on PS5, but xbox series x would be fun with VRR.
I have installed BBC iplayer on my new A84 55inch and it works with out issue. There is a guy on Youtube call "Lets crack on" who has a how to. Here is his site link:-https://letscrackon.org/downloads/I decided to go to the source to see if I could get any update on the lack of iPlayer. This was the BBC reply - pretty much as expected but seems to suggest that, either way, Sony need to get this sorted, not the BBC :
Thanks for contacting BBC iPlayer Support regarding the availability of the iPlayer app on your new Sony TV.
I've had a look and it appears that we don't currently support any 2021 Sony TV's. I would recommend keeping an eye on this page for any updates:
Listed below are all Sony devices that are certified for use with BBC iPlayer. The devices listed have been submitted to us by Sony, meet our standards, and have passed our tests. If a device isn't certified, it won't be listed below. Devices not listed have either not reached the benchmark...www.bbc.co.uk
As explained on our FAQ page:
The BBC iPlayer app is available on connected TV devices that have been tested and meet our standards to ensure you have a good BBC iPlayer experience. We only test devices that have been provided by manufacturers. When a TV has passed our tests and we have agreements from the manufacturer, we...www.bbc.co.uk
There are a few reasons why a TV may not be certified by the BBC:
- Sometimes certification can take a while if an issue or bug has been detected that affects the user experience. In such instances, the manufacturer may need to look into the underlying issue and attempt to resolve it before we can reassess its suitability for certification.
- If your TV is a new model, it’s possible that it’s awaiting certification. The BBC cannot comment on a particular device under certification, but you could speak to the manufacturer.
You can contact Sony here:
That being said, I'm sorry for any frustration caused by this. Over time, we aim to support as many devices as we possibly can.
I've made your comments available to the BBC iPlayer product team, including the Head of iPlayer via our audience feedback report.
Thanks again for getting in touch and all the best,
Given that all their 2020 TVs support an iPlayer app (and even have UHD support), this is either a certification issue or a problem with Google TV (which of course, the 2020 sets don't have).
Assume this is a version which caps out at 720p and doesn't give you access to any of the UHD content that exists on iPlayer?I have installed BBC iplayer on my new A84 55inch and it works with out issue. There is a guy on Youtube call "Lets crack on" who has a how to. Here is his site link:-https://letscrackon.org/downloads/
One cavate do not do any updates to iplayer as it brakes it, I tried to update mine and it broke!
tried to claim today ,after calling support apparently run out of codes !Don't forget the £100 Sony Playstation credit offer. I only knew about this from some seller websites, and don't recall anything in or on the TV box. Registered mine on Sunday and got the voucher codes yesterday:
I posted a few weeks back the correct one. It is specifically for Google TV and works perfectly, as confirmed by a few others here.