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    Along with the new 4K Oppo, sorted for movies and AV.
    Had a 4K itch for a while after seeing the improvement, wanted to do it once and that's it done.
    Putting it up on wall this week as I'm off work.
    Still enjoy a bit of PC gaming, have an Nvidia Shield TV box network streaming the PC to the big telly in 4K...who needs an Xbox for gaming?

    Need to get the troops over in the New Year, a fair few changes since last time.
    I have hifi n stuff.


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    Nice Gaz.
    “Music has always been a matter of energy to me, a question of fuel. Sentimental people call it inspiration, but what they really mean is fuel. I have always needed fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio”

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    Very nice , although I have an OPPO 4k my current TV isn't old enough to warrant a change so I'll have to wait till I view some 4K movies.

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    Just looking at that TV in John Lewis. It is stunning and makes most LCD TVs look ordinary. OLED is definitely the way to go from what I saw. The Sony OLED also had great sound with some interesting panel technology ?

    Is this the 55 inch Gary?

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    Well he does have a full sack and only comes once a year Ho Ho Ho

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    Its the 65 James.

    Yeah, Sony call it their “Acoustic Surface” technology?
    No speakers on the telly, there is a bar running along the back with 2 pairs of vibrating actuators which vibrate the glass panel itself to produce the sound.
    The screen IS the speaker.
    A subwoofer in the stand/wallmount at the back takes care of the bass.

    No effect on picture stability as sounds are high frequency and the Sony men in white lab coats say theres no impact on lifetime of the panel.

    Heard it LOUD in John Lewis, very clear, pinpoint placement and deep tight bass.
    Works by magic I think, really cool stuff.
    I have hifi n stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haselsh1 View Post
    Well he does have a full sack and only comes once a year Ho Ho Ho

    Me or Santa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Its the 65 James.

    Yeah, Sony call it their “Acoustic Surface” technology?
    No speakers on the telly, there is a bar running along the back with 2 pairs of vibrating actuators which vibrate the glass panel itself to produce the sound.
    The screen IS the speaker.
    A subwoofer in the stand/wallmount at the back takes care of the bass.

    No effect on picture stability as sounds are high frequency and the Sony men in white lab coats say theres no impact on lifetime of the panel.

    Heard it LOUD in John Lewis, very clear, pinpoint placement and deep tight bass.
    Works by magic I think, really cool stuff.
    With 4K material that really is going to be an awesome xmas present. Enjoy!

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    Have to come over for a movie night Gaz. :-)
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    Hunter S Thompson

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    sure thats big enough mate
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