Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" TV 4k TV £799 Richer sounds with buy now pay later 6 months option & 6yrs warranty. INSTORE ONLY (NOT available ONLINE) - HotUKDeals
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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" TV 4k TV £799.00 Richer sounds with buy now pay later 6 months option & 6yrs warranty. INSTORE ONLY (NOT available ONLINE)

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65" 4k TV from Hisense with the peace of mind of 6yr warranty and possible 3% quidco. Richer sounds are offering 6 months buy now pay later after a 10% deposit at, 0% (plus, £29 administration fee… Read More
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10m, 5d agoFound 10 months, 5 days ago
65" 4k TV from Hisense with the peace of mind of 6yr warranty and possible 3% quidco.

Richer sounds are offering 6 months buy now pay later after a 10% deposit at, 0% (plus, £29 administration fee) if the balance is cleared before the 6 months are up.

Also could pay via PayPal credit and use the 4 months payback option at 0%.

The Hisense 65 inch UHD Smart LED TV has a 4K screen resolution that projects images in true-to-life quality with crystal-clear colours. The LED display provides a deeper contrast and the 60 Hz refresh rate minimises motion blur for those fast movie scenes or sports competitions. The simple setup menu features makes this TV easy to use and has smart hub features with Netflix & Amazon plus others.

Has good reviews and HDR playback via streaming. been looking at this TV for a while and seems excellent value for money.
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10m, 5d agoFound 10 months, 5 days ago
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hukdbargain
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
Why wouldn't you want to game on a 65" TV.
15 Likes
hukdbargain
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
What a ridiculous thing to ask

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#1
anyone got one - just curious what the viewing angles are like - I think I remember reading a review somewhere that said that the pictures wasn't great if you weren't sitting fairly central.
1 Like #2
This seems to be the usual price?
#3
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
#4
Richer sounds are offering 6 months buy now pay later after a 10% deposit at 0% if the balance is cleared before the 6 months are up.


Cost is £29.
2 Likes #5
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
#6
I was considering this one vs the 55m7000 which is the ULED HDR. For the same price. After reading up I went for the M7000. Better. Spec and on normal sky tv the Pixal will be bad on a 65".
But I was really tempted by this. Still HOT.
Need to order tho I think
1 Like #7
OOS?
1 Like #8
They will not deliver this

Edited By: dazco on Jul 20, 2016 13:07
#9
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks

If you're concerned you can always bring your console/PC along to Richer Sounds for a demo. They're a very friendly bunch.
1 Like #10
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
31 Likes #11
hukdbargain
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
Why wouldn't you want to game on a 65" TV.
1 Like #12
how comes there's no reviews from reputable technology websites on these heisense teles? something fishy going on. I'll stick to sony Samsung thanks.
15 Likes #13
hukdbargain
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
What a ridiculous thing to ask
#14
shahidali47
how comes there's no reviews from reputable technology websites on these heisense teles? something fishy going on. I'll stick to sony Samsung thanks.
Erm, ok.
#15
on backorder! no stock!
#16
Have some heat, a 65inch tv for this price is a bargain and with a 6 year warranty.
2 Likes #17
shahidali47
how comes there's no reviews from reputable technology websites on these heisense teles? something fishy going on. I'll stick to sony Samsung thanks.


There are actually quite a few reviews available for Hisense. They are the 4th biggest manufacturer for electronics and have only just try to break in the UK market with their TVs. Hence the tv ATM amazing value for money. They have also just bought sharp TV in the USA.
I think you will find spec for spec you will be looking at £1600 for similar on Samsung or Sony

Edited By: Killshot on Jul 20, 2016 13:46: Update
1 Like #18
Anyone know whether the legs on these Hisense Tvs can be changed? My soundbase isn't wide enough to accommodate any Hisense Tvs as far as i know.
1 Like #19
What do you mean? Mine is arriving today so I can take some photo of the base for you.
1 Like #20
Killshot
What do you mean? Mine is arriving today so I can take some photo of the base for you.

The legs that form the base are very wide apart, so was wondering can they be moved inwards so that the gap between them is narrower.
#21
I've found out the legs are around 131/133cm apart apparently oO
#22
archydarchy
I've found out the legs are around 131/133cm apart apparently oO


That's the same as the internal dimension of my 3 seater sofa! oO
1 Like #23
Great tv
#24
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR

HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
1 Like #25
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.
#26
OOS
#27
kman0013
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/hdr-welcome-to-the-next-big-shift-in-home-entertainment-1280990

Go into a shop and ask them to put one of the TV's in HDR mode. I put my samsung 7 series to the side real quick. I was looking at the 58inch Hisense which is suppose to get an HDR update but got a display LG very cheap from John Lewis so I wont complain. good luck in your search, I will say it is worth it. But I suspect more so on the newer TV's and once more HDR content becomes available.

Edited By: Hocus on Jul 20, 2016 15:44: did not finish
1 Like #28
Great tv and bargain if you can get one. I picked one up around a month ago when they first hit HotUKdeals before the euro2016 games. Impressive but if kit for the price.
Don't game so can't comment on that sorry.
Legs can only go where they are meant to unless you want to make something yourself. Have to be brave as it's not a light piece of equipment. Would worry it would topple over!
Richer sounds and 6 year guarantee. What's not to like?
#29
0% finance if you repay within 6 months with a £29 fee, so effectively 4% interest.
1 Like #30
Hocus
kman0013
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.
http://www.techradar.com/news/television/hdr-welcome-to-the-next-big-shift-in-home-entertainment-1280990
Go into a shop and ask them to put one of the TV's in HDR mode. I put my samsung 7 series to the side real quick. I was looking at the 58inch Hisense which is suppose to get an HDR update but got a display LG very cheap from John Lewis so I wont complain. good luck in your search, I will say it is worth it. But I suspect more so on the newer TV's and once more HDR content becomes available.
thank you will check it out
#31
kman0013
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.

I'm not being nasty I hope, but why couldn't you Google "What is HDR?"

http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained

Here's what I'm getting at from the above article >

"Previously, HDR was rushed out to consumers before anyone had really agreed on a set of standards to define it. TV manufacturers and content providers therefore had very little in terms of clearly defined specs to work to when creating HDR screens and content.

"With the UHD Premium label, we now know the precise specifications to which a TV must conform in order to be considered HDR compatible."

Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 20, 2016 16:30
1 Like #32
For info my 50inch hisense got an update to give 17ms lag on gaming mode. It was shocking before. Moral of story is that hisense do those sorts of things. Can't say about this model mind.
1 Like #33
fishmaster
kman0013
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.
I'm not being nasty I hope, but why couldn't you Google "What is HDR?" http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained
Here's what I'm getting at from the above article >
"Previously, HDR was rushed out to consumers before anyone had really agreed on a set of standards to define it. TV manufacturers and content providers therefore had very little in terms of clearly defined specs to work to when creating HDR screens and content.
"With the UHD Premium label, we now know the precise specifications to which a TV must conform in order to be considered HDR compatible."
from your comment i thought you would be more of an "expert"
#34
jaydeeuk1
hukdbargain
craig.walton2
There are multiple threads on this TV asking the what the lag is like for gaming but I'm yet to find an answer if anyone can help. Thanks
Why would you want to game on a 65" TV.
Why wouldn't you want to game on a 65" TV.

Probs input lag on something like this.
#35
dotnetter
anyone got one - just curious what the viewing angles are like - I think I remember reading a review somewhere that said that the pictures wasn't great if you weren't sitting fairly central.
My living room wall is only 80" wide, so any angle other than head on with a screen this size would mean me standing in the hallway, looking in through the door.
#36
shahidali47
how comes there's no reviews from reputable technology websites on these heisense teles? something fishy going on. I'll stick to sony Samsung thanks.


stick to your bush tvs shahidali47
#37
shahidali47
how comes there's no reviews from reputable technology websites on these heisense teles? something fishy going on. I'll stick to sony Samsung thanks.


The Sunday Times had a Hisense in their TV review last week, that reputable enough?

It said the Hisense 55K321 @ £600 was the best entry level 4K going.
1 Like #38
305 degrees for a TV that is not actually available from Richer Sounds. Crazy.
#39
audioslim
For info my 50inch hisense got an update to give 17ms lag on gaming mode. It was shocking before. Moral of story is that hisense do those sorts of things. Can't say about this model mind.


Thanks for update. Gives me more confidence
#40
kman0013
fishmaster
kman0013
fishmaster
Killshot
This is the usual price.
Last year model. Latest one is out soon
This tv is Not HDR
HDR is irrelevant anyway if it's not done properly, even if this TV has HDR there's no evidence it's implemented properly.
could you explain too me what hdr is and is it worth getting im a noob at this thanks.
I'm not being nasty I hope, but why couldn't you Google "What is HDR?" http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained
Here's what I'm getting at from the above article >
"Previously, HDR was rushed out to consumers before anyone had really agreed on a set of standards to define it. TV manufacturers and content providers therefore had very little in terms of clearly defined specs to work to when creating HDR screens and content.
"With the UHD Premium label, we now know the precise specifications to which a TV must conform in order to be considered HDR compatible."
from your comment i thought you would be more of an "expert"

No one's an expert or should ever profess to be. Anyway that article more than answers your question.

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