yeah I can see the need for such a service but why the whole tv. Why not just a box that you can use with any tv?
now if you need a new tv as well then great it works well but what if you have a new tv or a better one then sky offer.
It sounds decent but almost certain your C9 will have better picture quality.
It is a qled TV though and apparently has a full array local dimming panel (though apparently not many zones) so should be decent.
Bar the ability to buy these 0% interest over a long period of time I don't see the appeal Vs the competition. Likely better off with 65X90J which by Black Friday will be same price at 65 inch for example.
Mines always doing that, resets to 1080i. Very frustrating. Didn't seem to do it when it was connected through my amp though.
What's the point them offering a high spec picture quality TV when their broadcast PQ is so poor.
I'm convinced they lowered their HD broadcast quality to make their so call 4k broadcast image look better by comparison.
Wouldn't surprise me - I left SkyQ last year and moved to the latest Freesat box - compared to the SkyQ box, even the SD channels seem to be of much better quality.
I'm not sure if it's an actual fault or just a hdmi handshake issue. My TV is almost 5 years old and I've only had q maybe a year or so. I'm trying to justify an upgrade, 75 inch is what I want, anything else will be too small as I'm at 60 now and sit quite far from the TV.Mine does it and it's connected via an amplifier. But also does it if it's directly connected to the TV and I use ARC, which also causes audio sync issues as well.
From Sky forums a support guy said it works independent to the Glass TV. It could technically be a over the internet solution for Sky TV. I do not understand why they don't just offer it by itself.
The puck works on any TV but connects wirelessly to the SKy Glass TV so there has to be at least one of them in your house (much like Sky Q box and the Mini box now). Apparently you can have a maximum of 3 TV's in your house and 6 pucks. I got 1 gig down connection so i like the thought of it but i do not know why they did not just make an app that could work with any TV. Apparently you can record and the recordings live in the cloudFrom Sky forums a support guy said it works independent to the Glass TV. It could technically be a over the internet solution for Sky TV. I do not understand why they don't just offer it by itself.
It's hardly "fat" though is it? Personally I prefer a bit more meet on my tvs, I've got a couple on the study and the top half feels very frail when it's moved, which I realise is not often, but the bottom of the tv is not slim so don't know why they bother with the top being slim.You can pick one - thin-ness or good sound. The two are pretty much mutually exclusive.
I think it's going to be a flop. Why they feel the need to tie it in with an entire TV I do not know.
Flop was the first thing I thought reading the article. If they were offering the product quite a bit cheaper than the competition then I could see the appeal. Why would someone pay nearly £900 for the 55" of this when there's much better options on the market for that sort of price.
If anything this just shows you the thin margins that are made from selling TVs.