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A worthy successor to last year's Bravia 75X94C, the Sony KD-75XD9405 seldom put a foot wrong in producing spellbindingly beautiful images in both SDR and HDR. While its dimming zone count and peak brightness didn't go as high as other FALD (full-array local dimming) LED LCDs, in many ways we actually prefer its HDR presentation to most other transmissive Ultra HD Premium displays, thanks to Sony's outstanding halo management, impressive colour accuracy and traditional strength of judder-free motion. Scrutinise hard enough, and you can probably spot some minor evidence of cost cutting (LCD panel used, build quality, absence of powerful speakers, etc.), but at the end of the day, the Bravia XD94 does come in £2,500 or 33% cheaper than its X94C predecessor at list. Whichever way you look at it, a 75-inch TV that's compatible with current 4K HDR standards (HDR10, HEVC, HDCP 2.2) and delivers some of the best picture quality around for only £5,000 is an extremely tempting proposition.