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5/25/2018 8:35:16 AM | with 0 comments

There’s such an incredible range of 4K TV’s out there in the world today, it can get a little difficult to cut through the noise. That’s why we at Techscheme have had a look at the catalogue at our partners, Currys PC World so that we can find some of the best sets around. Buying through Techscheme from Currys means that you can save up to 12% on the listed price, and spread the cost over up to three years.

 

Sony Bravia KD65AF8BU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV

This big Bravia sets out to deliver a more realistic TV watching experience than you’re used to. With 8 million OLED pixels and 4K HDR picture, this set feels as immersive as anything else out there. Featuring the X1 Extreme processor, you'll get perfect blur-free images even during dark scenes, so you'll never miss a moment of the action.
 

It’s got an impressively wide viewing angle, so that it looks great wherever you’re sitting, while the Acoustic Surface’s specially designed actuators that vibrate the Tv panel to create incredible sound straight from the screen. Sony TVs come with Android TV and this one has Chromecast built-in meaning you can access a whole range of shows and apps without having to tether it to your laptop. If you’re looking for a brilliant Bravia but aren’t quite ready to invest at the level of the 65-inch KD65AF8BU, try the Sony Bravia KD55XE8596 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV.

 

Samsung QE65Q7FNATXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV

This stunning QLED TV from Samsung employs the Quantum Dot to superior effect. Q Colour provides bright and vibrant colour, delivers 100% colour volume, with over a billion colours and shades. Q Contrast creates deep blacks and whites so that your set looks great whatever time of day you’re in front of it, keeping reflections to a minimum.

Then there’s Q HDR giving this 4K UHD screen a deep richness and can even optimise each frame of a film so that everything is detailed and textured. The 65Q7FN uses a near-invisible cable to cut down on clutter. It uses a single optical cable and One Connect Box for all your connections. The box lets you attach all your devices, Blu-ray to games console and connects via Bluetooth so you can hide it all away. If you’re after a brilliant but inexpensive alternative try the Samsung QE55Q6FAMT 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV.
 

LG OLED65B7V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV

Lastly, there’s this offering from Smart TV master LG. It’s OLED screen delivers pure picture quality. Self-emitting pixels can turn themselves on and off individually, creating true deep blacks that enhance every colour and detail that are closer to what the human eye can recreate for optimal picture quality.
 

The picture quality is matched by the sound as Dolby Atmos technology creates a mesmerising 360-degree audio space. The precision oriented sound feels like the pieces of each soundscape are actually surrounding you. It also comes with an intuitive LG Magic Remote to explore a huge range of smart TV content with LG webOS which gives you access to a range of apps as well as streaming and catch-up services – it even comes with voice controls. If you want something a bit less expensive try the smaller version of this tv - LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV.
 

Model Listed Price Savings Techscheme Price
Bravia KD65AF8BU

£3299.00

£395.88 £2903.12
Samsung QE65Q7FNATXXU £2699.00 £323.88 £2375.12

LG OLED65B7V

£2399.00 £287.88 £2111.12
LG OLED55B7V £1499.00 £179.88 £1319.12
Samsung QE55Q6FAMT £879.00 £105.48 £773.52

Bravia KD55XE8596

£798.00 £95.76 £702.24

 

There you have it, those are some of the finest TV’s from some of the absolute best builders of 4K televisions – and we covered a few price ranges too! Whatever you’re looking to spend, buying from Currys PC World using Techscheme’s employee benefits scheme means that you could save up to 12% on the listed price, even in the sale. And we’ll let you spread the cost over up to three years

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