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Hisense H65M7000 65" UHD 4K LED TV Silver £1,095.00 + £7 shipping @ BT shop

£1095.00 @ BT Shop
Been keeping an eye on this well reviewed 65" 4k TV. its about £100 cheaper than usual. You'll have a few people that arent a fan of the blacks, but you have to keep in mind what you're getting he… Read More
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8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago
Been keeping an eye on this well reviewed 65" 4k TV. its about £100 cheaper than usual.

You'll have a few people that arent a fan of the blacks, but you have to keep in mind what you're getting here. A reasonably priced 65" 4k tv that has a quad core processor with excellent picture, great sound, and decent connectivity. Has Netflix (4k streaming works well over the wifi), and bbc iplayer (shame it doesnt have ITV app, as far as I can tell), and Amazon Prime video.
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#1
8 bit panel, but you can't have everything for a grand I suppose
1 Like #2
TwistedNerve
8 bit panel, but you can't have everything for a grand I suppose


It has got a 10 bit panel. The 3300 model has the 8 bit panel
#3
Saddler34
TwistedNerve
8 bit panel, but you can't have everything for a grand I suppose
It has got a 10 bit panel. The 3300 model has the 8 bit panel

seems it's 8+2, so can decode 10bit
#4
immy_ashraf
Is this HDR

Yes.
#5
Not sure why the cold votes, but I guess some people want to have their cake and eat it too.
#6
TwistedNerve
8 bit panel, but you can't have everything for a grand I suppose

According to some people who have recieved it, they have confirmed it is 10bit

and john lewis have this in stock if you phone them for 1199 with 5 year warranty like i did


Also you can buy this from AO .com for just under £1080 with next day delivery using code 4K10

Edited By: kavilgajipra on Sep 25, 2016 18:07
1 Like #7
umirza85
Not sure why the cold votes, but I guess some people want to have their cake and eat it too.


maybe because of the £7 delivery charge lol
#8
umirza85
Not sure why the cold votes, but I guess some people want to have their cake and eat it too.

Not sure if AO still has voucher code that would make it £1080
#9
I bought one of these but sent it back. It's not bad but not as good as a Samsung.
#10
Jefft
I bought one of these but sent it back. It's not bad but not as good as a Samsung.

Thanks for your input , I'd be interested in knowing which Samsung TV model you compared this too and price ?
I'm looking for a new 65" 4k UHD set to compliment my new BT subscription so I can watch the 4k football ;)
#11
Saddler34
TwistedNerve
8 bit panel, but you can't have everything for a grand I suppose
It has got a 10 bit panel. The 3300 model has the 8 bit panel
got the info from displayspecification.com website, it's reliable usually
#12
What is going on with that description..
#13
So, the general opinion is that it is a 10 bit panel?
If that is the case, then maybe for £1199.00 from John Lewis with their 5 year warranty, then maybe it is a good deal?
1 Like #14
definitely 10 bit panel on 55" and 65"
#15
Input lag?
#16
poisondwarf
So, the general opinion is that it is a 10 bit panel?
If that is the case, then maybe for £1199.00 from John Lewis with their 5 year warranty, then maybe it is a good deal?
Absolutely a 10 bit panel.
#17
Out of Stock at AO and John Lewis as of today. Richersounds not getting any more stock until mid October!!
#18
sheehancolm
Out of Stock at AO and John Lewis as of today. Richersounds not getting any more stock until mid October!!
Down to 1085 at BT shop now...
#19
No 5 year warranty from BT Shop so good luck if this TV goes wrong.
Extract from BT Shop return policy "If your goods become faulty after delivery, we will always instruct you to contact the manufacturer directly for a warranty repair or replacement.".
This is not to the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
"Your rights under the Consumer Rights Act are against the retailer – the company that sold you the product – not the manufacturer, and so you must take any claim to the retailer."

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