With an AO Aftercare Protection Plan, you can relax in the knowledge that there's help at hand should your product break down.
We like to do things differently at AO and that's why we've teamed up with Domestic & General, the leading provider of appliance breakdown and warranty protection in the UK, to offer you a bespoke AO Aftercare Protection Plan with amazing features and benefits:
You'll pay nothing for approved repairs to fix breakdowns, or faults or damage caused by accident
Unlimited call outs at no extra charge
Hassle free access to a network of manufacturer- approved engineers
A UK customer care team available 365 days a year
No set up fee and no excess to pay on breakdown
You could get a brand new replacement product if yours can't be fixed
Low monthly payments; ability to cancel at any time
We’ll deliver any product to your home, 7 days a week and even the next day.
We schedule deliveries from 7am until 7pm.
You can choose a paid morning or afternoon delivery timeslot when you checkout.
Free delivery is also available.
We’ll text you a 4 hour timeslot on the morning of your delivery.
We'll give you your driver’s number just in case there are any issues.
Your driver will attempt to call you when they're on the way.
Stand Installation, Disposal
Stand Installation £ 44.99
We want you to enjoy your new TV as soon as possible. Rather than messing about with cables and following loads of steps in the instruction manual, let us set it up for you. We'll attach the new TV to the stand that it comes with. If you've bought an additional TV stand, there's a separate installation charge. We'll also tune it in, set up any Smart features and connect up all your existing kit. We’ll even take away the bulky packaging.
Disposal £ 14.99
We’ll happily take away your old TV for you and recycle it. All we ask is that it’s unplugged and ready to go. The fee for this service relates to the cost of taking your old TV away on our van rather than the recycling service. If you've paid for installation, we will recycle your old TV free of charge.
4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible picture quality
Upgrade to HDR available via update - coming soon
Smart TV powered by Android for catch up, movies & more
Watch Freeview HD or catch up on shows with YouView HD
4 HDMI & 3 USB - plug in lots of devices at once
Whatever you’re watching, the 4K Ultra HD resolution of this TV from Sony delivers the ultimate viewing experience with 4 times the pixels of Full HD. Blu-rays and HD content is enhanced with 4K upscaling, and with an HDR update coming soon, picture quality will be taken to the next level. The Smart TV features are powered by Android for super-fast browsing, games and apps. Freeview HD provides 60 subscription-free channels and YouView HD means easy access to great catch up TV. This model has 4 HDMI inputs and 3 USB ports.
To achieve the Certified Ultra HD 4K stamp of approval, a TV needs to have true 4K resolution that uses four times more pixels than Full HD, as well as vivid 8 bit colour depth. By choosing this model, you can rest assured that you’ll experience the very best that UHD 4K has to offer. As the number of channels broadcasting in 4K continues to grow, your TV will be ready – so you can enjoy new content the way it was meant to be seen. You’ll also benefit from 4K upscaling to make more of HD channels and your Blu-ray collection.
HDR coming soon
Sony will soon release an update that will unlock the full potential of this HDR compatible TV. HDR takes 4K viewing to the next level, delivering incredibly vivid, life-like colours that’ll make sure you enjoy the ultimate home cinema experience. By ramping up the contrast, HDR provides brighter whites and darker blacks, so every frame is super-dynamic and detailed. This means a more realistic picture onscreen, so you’ll feel more immersed in what you’re watching.
Smart powered by Android
Easily access all of your catch up TV and movies with Android TV. This intelligent interface is built-in to your TV and lets you access endless content, launch apps and play videos at the touch of a button. As well as being really simple to use and navigate, you can control it with your Android smartphone by simply downloading the mobile app. It’s also voice activated. Thanks to Android TV, you’ll have a world of entertainment at your fingertips.
Freeview HD with Youview HD
Freeview HD is the fuss-free way to watch your favourite shows. With 60 built-in channels, there’s always plenty to watch. You’ll have access to 12 channels in HD too, so whether you’re watching soaps or sports, you’ll get great detail and a clear picture. You can also watch any TV you’ve missed throughout the week with YouView HD. Scroll back 7 days and catch up on your favourite programmes. There are lots of box sets, series and films to choose from too – all searchable by genre, so you can browse with ease.
5.0 / 5
100% would recommend to a friend
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Male, 18 to 24, Small Family from Essex
A customer who has been given a product to use and keep in exchange for an honest review.
A Stunning 4K Television with very few compromises
This television in its 65 inch variant is absolutely huge, and is striking in both its size and design. The device is sleek in appearance and comes with 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB Ports - one of which has the added bonus of sending recordings to a hard drive, an IR blaster, which is able to control one other product is also included in the box.
The remote control that comes with the TV is made of a strong plastic and has a good feel in the hand, with the buttons being easy to press and of a decent size. It’s powered by 2 triple A batteries, which are included in the box. The first major thing we noticed about the remote was its included ‘Netflix’ button, which sits under the usual number keys. We’re not too sure why Sony included this on the unit, as there are obviously other services which people may use such as Amazon Prime video. It would be nice to see Sony leave the button unassigned; but then again, if you’re a regular-user of the service, it’s perfect.
Another observation we made about the remote is the absence of any microphones. Sony sells a more expensive remote online that includes microphones, to allow users to easily speak commands, make searches, and enter text, and we were somewhat disappointed to find this not present on the unit. However, we were pleasantly surprised by the functionality of the discover button. This function brings together content from many channels, such as Netflix, TV, Google Play and more into one area, highlighting what’s trending and popular – meaning there’s always something good to watch.
The screen on this unit is fantastic, with the high resolution giving a clear distinction over 1080p. The colours really seem to pop, too; especially with the screen set to Vivid mode. The combination of 4K and the 65 inch screen makes for a great, near cinematic, viewing experience. HDR, a short term for high dynamic range, will also become available in the future with a software update, providing much deeper blacks and a greatly increased contrast - something which we're really looking forward to. The built in X-Reality Pro Engine upscales any 1080p imagery to 4K, making lower resolution content more enjoyable to watch, and Sony's Motionflow XR technology allows for a smooth and flowing detail in fast sequences. Many modes for different scenarios, such as gaming and sports are also available, and we found these to work really well.
The product is also innovative in other ways which aren't always noticeable - an ambient light sensor is fitted to the product, allowing the TV to reduce its brightness in darker rooms for a true cinematic experience, as well as increase its brightness when under brighter lights to ensure consistency. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are also both included, allowing connectivity between various home devices; and updates may become available over time to further expand its feature set.
Another point that really impressed us about the unit is the intuitive Android TV platform. It's really easy to set up and get started, and it delivers a good range of both paid and free content over the internet, negating the need to buy a third-party device such as an Apple TV. It also supports Google Cast, the same platform which the popular Chromecast dongle runs on, meaning users with Windows PCs, Macs and Android devices can share what's on their device wirelessly to the big screen; and a selection of cast-enabled apps for both iOS and Android can be used.
There's also a great selection of Television-optimized Apps and Games from the Google Play Store. Among our favourites are Spotify and Netflix, which both ran perfectly; opening in only a couple of seconds. The selection of games isn’t the best we’ve seen, but it should certainly keep you busy if you’re bored. Less demanding games, such as Crossy Road and Puddle, are available and can be played with the standard remote with ease; and other heavier titles such as Goat Simulator can also be downloaded, however these require a controller, such as the Dualshock 4 to be used, and we found the framerate to detract from our experience. The games this TV could handle were all really fun, though, especially Leo's Fortune, which looks stunning on the big screen.
The Sony Exclusive "Playstation Now" platform is also included, should you wish to take the gaming aspect to another level. For a monthly fee, many PS3 games can be streamed directly to the TV, and played using a DualShock 4 controller. This should result in much better frame rates if your internet connection is up to scratch. We haven’t tried to use the platform yet, but it does get some good feedback from those who have.
The TV has two built in speakers in stereo, which are both loud and provide particularly good bass. Many sound profiles are also available, allowing the user to tune the sound to their particular use. As the device is so large and the speakers are at either side of the unit, the separation of the left and right channels is really good. However, if you’re serious about an immersive experience, it might be a good idea to purchase a soundbar, or a surround sound set up – which this TV comes with support for.
Overall, we’re really impressed by the TV, its value when compared to other Premium 4K TVs is certainly something to mention, and there’s very little which we could find to fault with it. Though its hardware proves to be a little slow when playing detailed games, it does what it was made to do exceptionally well, and the additional features included via Android TV are really great to have, making the whole experience more enjoyable. The TV should get better over time too, with future Android updates adding more functionality.
Pros: Amazing picture quality, Android TV, 'Discover' button shows content from many sources, Ease to use, Good build qualityCons: Lack of voice control remote, Occasionally slow when playing demanding games