23/6 Price ends Sunday 24th June Midnight! Now £1079.98 @ costco.co.uk with Free Delivery at In store price! Mammoth 75" Toshiba 75U6763DB 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR10 Wide Colour Gamut 10bit (8+frc) Panel Bluetooth Netflix 4K 5 year warranty &
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23/6 Price ends Sunday 24th June Midnight! Now £1079.98 @ costco.co.uk with Free Delivery at In store price! Mammoth 75" Toshiba 75U6763DB 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR10 Wide Colour Gamut 10bit (8+frc) Panel Bluetooth Netflix 4K 5 year warranty &

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16/6 - Half price LG soundbar 100w soundbar hukd deal added, that will fit under your new TV here (( thanks @samran123 )) be quick!

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3/6 In store offer price now online @ costco.co.uk as well for anyone without big muscles! (£15 membership if you do not have a store nearby)

3/6 Limited pallet stock. per store from 10am available in store now! (seems to be 10-15 per store)

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Another of those costco instore / online superbigbuys, when it's gone, it's gone! Lowest price so far and like the last Costco TV deal, will sell quick as soon as it arrives.

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Toshiba Smart Portal YES
HBB TV ver 1.5 YES
Web Browser YES
NetflixⓇ YES
NetflixⓇ 4K YES
YouTube™ YES
YouTube™ 4K YES
Freeview Play YES
Internal WLAN YES
BluetoothⓇ YES
AVS YES
Screen Mirroring (Miracast) YES
Smart Guide Application YES
Smart Remote Application YES

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This model is one of the newer, skinny (73mm) depth, range of Toshiba's and for the money is extremely well specified.

This one will *also* be available at the lower price instore & on costco.co.uk from 3rd June, for all those that cannot get in a store or have no memberships you can buy it online

FULL specifications pdf here:

toshiba-tv.com/pdf…pdf

UHD @ 60Hz & Real 4K @ 60Hz both supported on HDMi on this model:

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Details of how you will get this delivered, if you choose not to grab one instore

White-glove delivery:
Some products require special handling or set up. Our "White Glove" carrier agents deliver bulky goods, unpack, inspect and set up these products in the room of your choice – and take away all packaging. Our carrier will normally call you within 48 to 72 hours of you ordering to arrange delivery of these items.

Thanks to @ducati_andy for the early photo of the item running in store, added to the thread
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33891880-t4H7D.jpgThis is an insane price for a 75inch had the Hisense 75 inch before upgrading to this at Xmas
Once you go big you just want to go even bigger lol
heat heat heat
Bit small for my bathroom
boonkoh57 m ago

Wow this is cheap for a 75" TV!But I'm guessing the specs are not as good …Wow this is cheap for a 75" TV!But I'm guessing the specs are not as good as others, even when compare to Hisense one at ~£1.5k?


If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as the Hisense 75", which is £1500, there are a few more software bells & whistles and faster AC wifi on the Hisense, but as you say, this is a crazy price for the 2nd largest lcd panel that the oem provider of panels makes!


sxxychocolate46 m ago

75 big ones for a little over a grand!?! Brill price. My bro got the …75 big ones for a little over a grand!?! Brill price. My bro got the hisense n9700 70incher for for near enough the same price and that one is huge!!! This one is 5 inches bigger so brill value!! Heated up and thanks for posting


That is how I see it for those without a big one

The 70" panel in the N7900 was a cracker and that was a mad price, so he must be super happy with his buy. It was crazy to see this Toshiba 75" one, next to the 82" panel one's, that are £4k+, yes, there is a bit of screen real estate that makes it look a bit bigger, but is it worth the extra £2,500 compared to this Cinematic experience for a bag of sand!

PhilK45 m ago

Problem is, theres nowt worth watching on such a big screen


There will be when the BBC start streaming the whole of the world cup 2018 in UHD! Yes, I know it will be in the lowest form of HDR, HLG and it will be a bit hit and miss ((like their 3 previous trials have been!)) if a Zillion people grab all the outgoing re-streams from the BBC megadent server.. but it will be glorious to watch on this size screen!

For those that miss out on the UHD BBC feeds, a 2nd stream series will be pushed at 2K, so this will still manage to cover the footie for those that like it BIG!

lollypoplee29 m ago

Is it this price plus VAT as its from cost...loads ?


The price ((as it hits the tills)) is INCLUSIVE of the dreaded VAT @ 20%, so if you know ((hope you do!)) someone that is vat registered, then you can pick this beast up for £863, which is what we are doing via someone who is, for someone who wants one of them for their new play room!!!!

sammboy35 m ago

That's a lot of tv for a grand and a bit.


+1
cricky1214 m ago

I know these are made by a company in turkey since toshiba sold their Tv …I know these are made by a company in turkey since toshiba sold their Tv department off, but that is really cheap


This is where this gets interesting... there are only 2 75" panels used in the 74" & 75" variants that the turkish oem makes for all the brands that use it, the T-con and bits like the wide colour gamut Coc (chip on chip) bits are not in the cheaper panel they made in 2016, so when the 2017 TV's started selling and the *news* broke that Toshiba was loosing the rights to the TV section ((debts)) and had to sell up, the panel was still made for the 2017 models, now why it is interesting is, the TV's with a 75" panel in them, that are not oem ones, also use the newer panel in the new 2018 XUHD range from Toshiba, it is only available in 49 & 55" variants, which makes me feel that the panel in this one, is the same 75" one that others are selling, in their oem shells, for twice the price!


dodgymix13 m ago

Do you think my council house walls would hold this for mounting purposes


Even thought it is BIG, it is still only a 600 x 400 Vesa for the wall bracket, it is about 35kg out the box and I think less without the stands legs fitted, to give you an idea, one of our 400 x 400 Vesa's holds 75kg on a normal, double skinned wall, your council house wall, will support way more than that as most are double bricked with joists much thicker from years back


lollypoplee8 m ago

Credit where credit is due, you know your stuff and spent a long time …Credit where credit is due, you know your stuff and spent a long time answering everyones question. Thank you


Thank you, comments like yours make it all worth while and glad I can help everyone that is interested
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Shame the stand isn't a central one as the gap between the legs is huge and too wide for my TV table. Just have to wall mount it, I guess.
Bit small for my bathroom
Says 1199 for me
Wow this is cheap for a 75" TV!

But I'm guessing the specs are not as good as others, even when compare to Hisense one at ~£1.5k?
Oooo matron that's a big one
75 big ones for a little over a grand!?! Brill price. My bro got the hisense n9700 70incher for for near enough the same price and that one is huge!!! This one is 5 inches bigger so brill value!! Heated up and thanks for posting
Problem is, theres nowt worth watching on such a big screen
75" for just over a grand. Bargain.
My wife is used to far less inches
£1199,98
That's a lot of tv for a grand and a bit.
Is it this price plus VAT as its from cost...loads ?
boonkoh57 m ago

Wow this is cheap for a 75" TV!But I'm guessing the specs are not as good …Wow this is cheap for a 75" TV!But I'm guessing the specs are not as good as others, even when compare to Hisense one at ~£1.5k?


If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as the Hisense 75", which is £1500, there are a few more software bells & whistles and faster AC wifi on the Hisense, but as you say, this is a crazy price for the 2nd largest lcd panel that the oem provider of panels makes!


sxxychocolate46 m ago

75 big ones for a little over a grand!?! Brill price. My bro got the …75 big ones for a little over a grand!?! Brill price. My bro got the hisense n9700 70incher for for near enough the same price and that one is huge!!! This one is 5 inches bigger so brill value!! Heated up and thanks for posting


That is how I see it for those without a big one

The 70" panel in the N7900 was a cracker and that was a mad price, so he must be super happy with his buy. It was crazy to see this Toshiba 75" one, next to the 82" panel one's, that are £4k+, yes, there is a bit of screen real estate that makes it look a bit bigger, but is it worth the extra £2,500 compared to this Cinematic experience for a bag of sand!

PhilK45 m ago

Problem is, theres nowt worth watching on such a big screen


There will be when the BBC start streaming the whole of the world cup 2018 in UHD! Yes, I know it will be in the lowest form of HDR, HLG and it will be a bit hit and miss ((like their 3 previous trials have been!)) if a Zillion people grab all the outgoing re-streams from the BBC megadent server.. but it will be glorious to watch on this size screen!

For those that miss out on the UHD BBC feeds, a 2nd stream series will be pushed at 2K, so this will still manage to cover the footie for those that like it BIG!

lollypoplee29 m ago

Is it this price plus VAT as its from cost...loads ?


The price ((as it hits the tills)) is INCLUSIVE of the dreaded VAT @ 20%, so if you know ((hope you do!)) someone that is vat registered, then you can pick this beast up for £863, which is what we are doing via someone who is, for someone who wants one of them for their new play room!!!!

sammboy35 m ago

That's a lot of tv for a grand and a bit.


+1
Excellent for the price. Would love to have a 75" for just £1000 but don't have the space for it
Blurigard1 h, 19 m ago

Shame the stand isn't a central one as the gap between the legs is huge …Shame the stand isn't a central one as the gap between the legs is huge and too wide for my TV table. Just have to wall mount it, I guess.



I've the same problem. I wish manufacturers would put adjustable legs in their big TV's.
PhilK55 m ago

Problem is, theres nowt worth watching on such a big screen


👀

Same stuff that’s worth watching on a smaller screen, but bigger? Therefore more immersive I’d say. If you have a big enough space to warrant it.
Wow good deal, I will take 3 then. Heat OP.
Zuulan20 m ago

I've the same problem. I wish manufacturers would put adjustable legs in …I've the same problem. I wish manufacturers would put adjustable legs in their big TV's.


The feet on these newer, slimmer ones, seems to be not as close to the edge as last years one, not sure if it is due to the fact that the material seems to be thinner on the frame connections, wondering if the gap may be smaller, time will tell, as needs a tape measure inspection!!

zshamas9 m ago

Wow good deal, I will take 3 then. Heat OP.


Now now, no need to strip the shelves bare before others buy 4 each!
Zuulan20 m ago

I've the same problem. I wish manufacturers would put adjustable legs in …I've the same problem. I wish manufacturers would put adjustable legs in their big TV's.


I'm sure they'd oblige but charge more for the privilege, those little skinny end-legs are cheap and simple from an engineering point of view.
How do you get it for £1079?
33891880-t4H7D.jpgThis is an insane price for a 75inch had the Hisense 75 inch before upgrading to this at Xmas
Once you go big you just want to go even bigger lol
heat heat heat
I know these are made by a company in turkey since toshiba sold their Tv department off, but that is really cheap
Do you think my council house walls would hold this for mounting purposes
bitcoin534 m ago

If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as …If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as the Hisense 75", which is £1500, there are a few more software bells & whistles and faster AC wifi on the Hisense, but as you say, this is a crazy price for the 2nd largest lcd panel that the oem provider of panels makes!That is how I see it for those without a big one The 70" panel in the N7900 was a cracker and that was a mad price, so he must be super happy with his buy. It was crazy to see this Toshiba 75" one, next to the 82" panel one's, that are £4k+, yes, there is a bit of screen real estate that makes it look a bit bigger, but is it worth the extra £2,500 compared to this Cinematic experience for a bag of sand!There will be when the BBC start streaming the whole of the world cup 2018 in UHD! Yes, I know it will be in the lowest form of HDR, HLG and it will be a bit hit and miss ((like their 3 previous trials have been!)) if a Zillion people grab all the outgoing re-streams from the BBC megadent server.. but it will be glorious to watch on this size screen!For those that miss out on the UHD BBC feeds, a 2nd stream series will be pushed at 2K, so this will still manage to cover the footie for those that like it BIG!The price ((as it hits the tills)) is INCLUSIVE of the dreaded VAT @ 20%, so if you know ((hope you do!)) someone that is vat registered, then you can pick this beast up for £863, which is what we are doing via someone who is, for someone who wants one of them for their new play room!!!! +1


Credit where credit is due, you know your stuff and spent a long time answering everyones question.
Thank you
Pokerkingbouch6 m ago

[Image] This is an insane price for a 75inch had the Hisense 75 inch …[Image] This is an insane price for a 75inch had the Hisense 75 inch before upgrading to this at Xmas Once you go big you just want to go even bigger lol heat heat heat


Are you sure that is not just a really, really, really, teeny boy, in a really, really big room on a fake box!!!

He must have loved making that into a full size, cardboard version of Windsor Castle when you all unpacked it!

The panel in yours, is the 82" panel I mentioned up above, so as an owner, you can 100% comment with facts VS spec for the price on this one!
dodgymix9 m ago

Do you think my council house walls would hold this for mounting purposes


Yes, probably. Council houses tend to be better built than those that people pay 100's of thousands for.
Only 74.5”

COLD

From the little I’ve found on this TV, its a Vestel rebadged? Same as the Hitachi Argos are selling for £1300. I don’t tend to judge by brands since every manufacturer has their fair share of solid gold and utter crap BUT has anyone seen this in the flesh and been able to play around with settings? Its just that every Vestel I’ve seen was a turd
cricky1214 m ago

I know these are made by a company in turkey since toshiba sold their Tv …I know these are made by a company in turkey since toshiba sold their Tv department off, but that is really cheap


This is where this gets interesting... there are only 2 75" panels used in the 74" & 75" variants that the turkish oem makes for all the brands that use it, the T-con and bits like the wide colour gamut Coc (chip on chip) bits are not in the cheaper panel they made in 2016, so when the 2017 TV's started selling and the *news* broke that Toshiba was loosing the rights to the TV section ((debts)) and had to sell up, the panel was still made for the 2017 models, now why it is interesting is, the TV's with a 75" panel in them, that are not oem ones, also use the newer panel in the new 2018 XUHD range from Toshiba, it is only available in 49 & 55" variants, which makes me feel that the panel in this one, is the same 75" one that others are selling, in their oem shells, for twice the price!


dodgymix13 m ago

Do you think my council house walls would hold this for mounting purposes


Even thought it is BIG, it is still only a 600 x 400 Vesa for the wall bracket, it is about 35kg out the box and I think less without the stands legs fitted, to give you an idea, one of our 400 x 400 Vesa's holds 75kg on a normal, double skinned wall, your council house wall, will support way more than that as most are double bricked with joists much thicker from years back


lollypoplee8 m ago

Credit where credit is due, you know your stuff and spent a long time …Credit where credit is due, you know your stuff and spent a long time answering everyones question. Thank you


Thank you, comments like yours make it all worth while and glad I can help everyone that is interested
bitcoin553 m ago

If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as …If I remember correctly, this TV is one of 4, that use the same panel as the Hisense 75", which is £1500, there are a few more software bells & whistles and faster AC wifi on the Hisense, but as you say, this is a crazy price for the 2nd largest lcd panel that the oem provider of panels makes!That is how I see it for those without a big one The 70" panel in the N7900 was a cracker and that was a mad price, so he must be super happy with his buy. It was crazy to see this Toshiba 75" one, next to the 82" panel one's, that are £4k+, yes, there is a bit of screen real estate that makes it look a bit bigger, but is it worth the extra £2,500 compared to this Cinematic experience for a bag of sand!There will be when the BBC start streaming the whole of the world cup 2018 in UHD! Yes, I know it will be in the lowest form of HDR, HLG and it will be a bit hit and miss ((like their 3 previous trials have been!)) if a Zillion people grab all the outgoing re-streams from the BBC megadent server.. but it will be glorious to watch on this size screen!For those that miss out on the UHD BBC feeds, a 2nd stream series will be pushed at 2K, so this will still manage to cover the footie for those that like it BIG!The price ((as it hits the tills)) is INCLUSIVE of the dreaded VAT @ 20%, so if you know ((hope you do!)) someone that is vat registered, then you can pick this beast up for £863, which is what we are doing via someone who is, for someone who wants one of them for their new play room!!!! +1


I don't think the Hisense is a Vestel panel?
£1079 Is a great price. But, as has been asked a few times, how do you buy it for that price?
ianbeany3 m ago

£1079 Is a great price. But, as has been asked a few times, how do you …£1079 Is a great price. But, as has been asked a few times, how do you buy it for that price?


It might be worth updating the original post to indicate that it won't actually be on sale for this price until Monday. The latest Costco offers brochure - available at viewer.zmags.com/pub…7ae - indicates that there will be a £100 discount applied from that time.
Geebsie50 s ago

It might be worth updating the original post to indicate that it won't …It might be worth updating the original post to indicate that it won't actually be on sale for this price until Monday. The latest Costco offers brochure - available at http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e143e7ae#/e143e7ae/1 - indicates that there will be a £100 discount applied from that time.


Same price in England too: viewer.zmags.com/pub…7ae
bitcoin531 m ago

Are you sure that is not just a really, really, really, teeny boy, in a …Are you sure that is not just a really, really, really, teeny boy, in a really, really big room on a fake box!!! He must have loved making that into a full size, cardboard version of Windsor Castle when you all unpacked it!The panel in yours, is the 82" panel I mentioned up above, so as an owner, you can 100% comment with facts VS spec for the price on this one!


This is Vestel which can be pretty good sets and they normally make the panels themselves and are pretty good although its possible they buy in panels for larger sets. Hisense vs Vestel is a difficult comparison often Vestel's do some things better and Hisense do other things better but they are both often compromised sets especially at the lower end of ranges. While vestel's handle motion very well I don't think they have a great reputation for upscaling SD and this is a big 75" screen. The most recent tv reviews at whathifi have the vestel sets scoring higher and I think Vestels are more reliable than Hisense generally but Vestel have a poor reputation from the past because they were competing with pretty decent japanese designed sets and were clearly inferior but nowadays their technology has improved, quality is better and they are competing with lower end chinese sets rather than better engineered Japanese sets.

What concerns me is its described as a dual core tv, which normally indicates a more budget chipset. The motion handling is at 1700 better than some, worse than others. There is a comparison of sets here;

displayspecifications.com/en/…c15

Note the Hisense next to the Toshiba might have a quad core logic board but its Arm A17 based so very weak possibly weaker than the Toshiba and why its motion rate is well below the Toshiba at 1000. Motion interpolation can give a rough guide to processing power although a panel with a high pixel response rate may not need motion interpolation quite as much.
Does it have teletext ! That a purchase breaker !
bonzobanana19 m ago

This is Vestel which can be pretty good sets and they normally make the …This is Vestel which can be pretty good sets and they normally make the panels themselves and are pretty good although its possible they buy in panels for larger sets. Hisense vs Vestel is a difficult comparison often Vestel's do some things better and Hisense do other things better but they are both often compromised sets especially at the lower end of ranges. While vestel's handle motion very well I don't think they have a great reputation for upscaling SD and this is a big 75" screen. The most recent tv reviews at whathifi have the vestel sets scoring higher and I think Vestels are more reliable than Hisense generally but Vestel have a poor reputation from the past because they were competing with pretty decent japanese designed sets and were clearly inferior but nowadays their technology has improved, quality is better and they are competing with lower end chinese sets rather than better engineered Japanese sets.What concerns me is its described as a dual core tv, which normally indicates a more budget chipset. The motion handling is at 1700 better than some, worse than others. There is a comparison of sets here;https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/eb4c5ac15Note the Hisense next to the Toshiba might have a quad core logic board but its Arm A17 based so very weak possibly weaker than the Toshiba and why its motion rate is well below the Toshiba at 1000. Motion interpolation can give a rough guide to processing power although a panel with a high pixel response rate may not need motion interpolation quite as much.


No offence to the OP but I wish people would stop posting links to this website. About 1/2 the information on it is incorrect and makes most comparisons pointless.
Don't be fooled by the size, the tv is a pile of .
Jbugman10 m ago

No offence to the OP but I wish people would stop posting links to this …No offence to the OP but I wish people would stop posting links to this website. About 1/2 the information on it is incorrect and makes most comparisons pointless.


My main complaint with the site would be missing rather than wrong information but then often companies don't like to reveal full specs if they could be commercially negative. However I don't know of a better site currently. I remember it being wrong about a Samsung model in the past but then it was found out Samsung were using different panels on the same model of tv and didn't have a consistent specification.
bonzobanana31 m ago

This is Vestel which can be pretty good sets and they normally make the …This is Vestel which can be pretty good sets and they normally make the panels themselves and are pretty good although its possible they buy in panels for larger sets. Hisense vs Vestel is a difficult comparison often Vestel's do some things better and Hisense do other things better but they are both often compromised sets especially at the lower end of ranges. While vestel's handle motion very well I don't think they have a great reputation for upscaling SD and this is a big 75" screen. The most recent tv reviews at whathifi have the vestel sets scoring higher and I think Vestels are more reliable than Hisense generally but Vestel have a poor reputation from the past because they were competing with pretty decent japanese designed sets and were clearly inferior but nowadays their technology has improved, quality is better and they are competing with lower end chinese sets rather than better engineered Japanese sets.What concerns me is its described as a dual core tv, which normally indicates a more budget chipset. The motion handling is at 1700 better than some, worse than others. There is a comparison of sets here;https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/eb4c5ac15Note the Hisense next to the Toshiba might have a quad core logic board but its Arm A17 based so very weak possibly weaker than the Toshiba and why its motion rate is well below the Toshiba at 1000. Motion interpolation can give a rough guide to processing power although a panel with a high pixel response rate may not need motion interpolation quite as much.


Hisense are better than Vestel in most respects, the important one being build quality. On some high end Hisense models, even some mid rangers they put the likes of Samsung to shame and I say that as an owner on a range topping (2014) £3k Samsung H8000 and a 2015/16 £500 Hisesne K730.

With Hisense you also get regular updates and they’re well regarded on UK Avforums as well as US and German equivalents.The perfect balance between quality and value in my opinion. I personally would avoid a Vestel set at all costs unless it was super cheap or backed up with a decent extended warranty like this Tosh.
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