Hisense LTDN65K680M3D 65-inch Widescreen 4K UHD LED Monitor £959.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Hisense LTDN65K680M3D 65-inch Widescreen 4K UHD LED Monitor £959.99 @ Amazon

£959.99 @ Amazon
Looks great for under 1k. Could never afford one personally but is selling for £1200+ on Ebay and from other retailers. - 4K panel - WIFI built-in - HDMIx4,USBx3 - Narrow Frame
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Looks great for under 1k. Could never afford one personally but is selling for £1200+ on Ebay and from other retailers.

- 4K panel
- WIFI built-in
- HDMIx4,USBx3
- Narrow Frame
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#1
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#2
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.
#3
You'd have noSense to buy this at that price.
China doesn't design things it makes things based on others designs.


Edited By: mittromney on Jan 04, 2015 12:44
#4
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.

What are you smoking?
It's labeled as a MONITOR, no monitor has any decoder/tuner on board - it's not a monitor anymore after that.
#5
Real issue is that it's only 30hz max over HDMI, so useless.
#6
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Edited By: 0scar222 on Jan 04, 2015 13:19: add
#7
Seems fair bit of info about monitor here http://websurfaces.co.uk/
As for manufacture Hisense fairly well proven company been making PC monitors for many years


Edited By: 0scar222 on Jan 04, 2015 13:24: add
#8
Decent 4K smarrt TVs have HVEC codecs so can use 4k Netflix. You can't get 4k Netflix through a PC, 4k bluray players aren't out till September and the response time is too slow for gaming so the question is who wants to watch YouTube 4k holiday videos shot on a Samsung S5 on a 65" screen?

Edited By: corgi74 on Jan 04, 2015 13:22
#9
0scar222
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Output what In 4k? There are no 4k blurays or streams to rip so there's no content on xbmc or similar.
HDCP 2.2 has only just been confirmed so you need protected content released of which there is none yet, then cracked, then uploaded.
1 Like #10
Stay away from this. I bought this a month ago from Amazon and decided to return it. Horrible banding issues, colours all wrong in low light scenes, moving objects produce shadows, narrow viewing angles (you really need to sit in sweet spot to get decent colours). Up scaled HD is full of noise and you need to apply noise filtering. This then again removes detail and it doesn't really look like sharp HD picture any longer. You get what you pay for.

Edited By: mikax7x on Jan 04, 2015 13:38: added detail
#11
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Output what In 4k? There are no 4k blurays or streams to rip so there's no content on xbmc or similar.
HDCP 2.2 has only just been confirmed so you need protected content released of which there is none yet, then cracked, then uploaded.

Could say exactly same about 1080p when that was first out
With that attitude we still have black and white 405i lol
#12
0scar222
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Output what In 4k? There are no 4k blurays or streams to rip so there's no content on xbmc or similar.
HDCP 2.2 has only just been confirmed so you need protected content released of which there is none yet, then cracked, then uploaded.

Could say exactly same about 1080p when that was first out
With that attitude we still have black and white 405i lol

I've had a 4k LG since October connected to a PC running XBMC. The choice at the moment is Smurfs 2 on US Netflix or home movies on YouTube.

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#13
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Output what In 4k? There are no 4k blurays or streams to rip so there's no content on xbmc or similar.
HDCP 2.2 has only just been confirmed so you need protected content released of which there is none yet, then cracked, then uploaded.

Could say exactly same about 1080p when that was first out
With that attitude we still have black and white 405i lol

I've had a 4k LG since October connected to a PC running XBMC. The choice at the moment is Smurfs 2 on US Netflix or home movies on YouTube.

.

Yes I know what you mean but if no one buys 4k like you have done we will never see much 4k media
4k needs good user base to get going and all this negative for every TV/monitor on here is not helping
They do upscale quite good and we are still viewing 720p up scaled on 1080p tv,s
#14
0scar222


Yes I know what you mean but if no one buys 4k like you have done we will never see much 4k media
4k needs good user base to get going and all this negative for every TV/monitor on here is not helping
They do upscale quite good and we are still viewing 720p up scaled on 1080p tv,s

HD broadcast on UK channels is 1080i so threre's no up scaling there if using HD set. This particular TV does up scaling to 4k really badly. I hope decent TVs manage to do it quite well.

Edited By: mikax7x on Jan 04, 2015 14:01
#15
i have/had one (sending it back) at £899.99 lightening deal. My 7850K rig can handle true 4K (4096x2160) at 30Hz for some reason although CCC was picking up the stated resolution 4096x2160 and 60hz. All i was seeing was 1080p in resolution options (that's after tweaking in CCC) with clouding/ artifacts. No its not the cable (cables should be considered as passive) the source and the port (labelled UHD) should be compliant to HDMI 1.4a. OS used was windows 8.1 pro edition. I'd suggest if you consider purchasing this purchase through amazon as returns will be hefty/ charged from other sources. its a two man job inc installation. The things big and unwieldy. I appreciated the machined steel base connector but other than that the monitor is not fit for purpose in my eyes.


Edited By: AR2012 on Jan 04, 2015 14:08
#16
0scar222
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
0scar222
corgi74
Doesn't have HVEC so the only 4K content you can use on it will be YouTube if connected to a PC.


Do you mean HEVC? any way cant it be done externally then fed through hdmi
Could even use one of the many Android TV box,s that output 4k , dont really think 30hz is much of issue either


Output what In 4k? There are no 4k blurays or streams to rip so there's no content on xbmc or similar.
HDCP 2.2 has only just been confirmed so you need protected content released of which there is none yet, then cracked, then uploaded.

Could say exactly same about 1080p when that was first out
With that attitude we still have black and white 405i lol

I've had a 4k LG since October connected to a PC running XBMC. The choice at the moment is Smurfs 2 on US Netflix or home movies on YouTube.

.

Yes I know what you mean but if no one buys 4k like you have done we will never see much 4k media
4k needs good user base to get going and all this negative for every TV/monitor on here is not helping
They do upscale quite good and we are still viewing 720p up scaled on 1080p tv,s

Don't disagree with you but people shouldn't buy one now expecting to have lots of 4k stuff to watch. There will be very little this side of September but next Xmas it will be huge.
A LG or Samsung smart at least has 4K Netflix until then and Amazon very soon. This set just has YouTube when connected to a computer.
Either buy a really good 65" 1080p TV if you want the size or a decent smaller 4K smart TV if you want 4K.
This is arguably a poor 1080p TV with very limited 4K options. It doesn't even have the Smurfs 2! Lol
Get the LG 55" UB820v instead



Edited By: corgi74 on Jan 04, 2015 14:12
1 Like #17
mikax7x
[quote=0scar222]

Yes I know what you mean but if no one buys 4k like you have done we will never see much 4k media
4k needs good user base to get going and all this negative for every TV/monitor on here is not helping
They do upscale quite good and we are still viewing 720p up scaled on 1080p tv,s

HD broadcast on UK channels is 1080i so threre's no up scaling there if using HD set. This particular TV does up scaling to 4k really badly. I hope decent TVs manage to do it quite well.
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1080i still only 550 active lines sent at odd then even frames not really 1080p quality even after de interlacing
But its trade off to half the bandwidth , often a 720 line progressive scan can look better

Edited By: 0scar222 on Jan 04, 2015 14:32

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