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65" 4K UHD Freeview Play LED Smart TV was £1,499 - £749 @ Finlux.co.uk
65" 4K UHD Freeview Play LED Smart TV was £1,499 - £749 @ Finlux.co.uk

65" 4K UHD Freeview Play LED Smart TV was £1,499 - £749 @ Finlux.co.uk

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Finlux 65 inch 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play no HDR but that a huge screen for the money!

SPECIAL OFFER: Buy one of Finlux 4K UHD TVs and get a pair of Finlux Headphones for £20. Simply add them to your basket and the discount will be applied automatically.

The Finlux 65UME294B-P is our acclaimed UHD TV, packed with amazing features. This 65 inch 4K UHD TV is amazing value - much cheaper than most of similarly specified competitors.

When fed by an UHD source, this large flat-screen screen UHD TV will display content in Ultra High Definition and amaze you with nearly 4 times the picture quality of Full HD 1080p TVs.

The Smart functionality on this TV enables users to enjoy their favourite content from Netflix 4K, YouTube 4K , BBC iPlayer, Facebook and much more. The 65UME249B-P also has a great web browser to surf the internet with and browse content from the comfort of your sofa. Download our Finlux Smart Centre App and take control of this Finlux TV via a smartphone or tablet device.

Thankfully this model is also 'A+' rated for energy efficiency - handy for helping to keep your electricity bills down - impressive for a UHD TV screen. You'll also be pleased to hear that this Ultra HD Smart TV has 4 HDMI 2.0 ports supporting HDCP 2.2 so you can connect all your devices that are able to produce UHD content. The TV also has a scart port, 3 USB ports and a set of AV ports.

Key Features

Screen size (inches) 65

Smart TV Yes

TV/DVD Combi No

Resolution UHD 2160p

Colour Black

Tuner Type Freeview Play (HD)

Panel Technology DLED

SMART/Internet Ready Yes

Wi-Fi Ready Yes

LAN Ethernet Yes

Smart & Internet functions

DLNA Yes

Wi-Fi Ready Yes

Opera TV App Store Yes

Web Browser Yes

Freetime No

Resolution, Format & Performance

PVR (USB TV Recording) No

Warranty (Years) 1

Resolution UHD 2160p

Resolution (Pixels) 2160

Screen Format 16:9

Screen Size (cm) 165

3D No

2D-3D Conversion No

Brightness (Cd) 350

Contrast Ratio 1200:1

Dynamic Contrast Ratio Unspecified

Response Time (Ms) 8Ms

Refresh Rate (Hz) 50Hz

Pixellence (Picture Enhancement) No

Audio Output Power (RMS watts) 2 X 12W

Sound Enhancement DTS TruSurround HD

Connectivity & Wall Mounting

LAN Ethernet 1

HDMI Sockets 4

HDMI Version 2.0

Scart Sockets 1

Mini Scart Sockets [0]

USB Ports 3

VGA PC Input 1

Headphone Out 1

Digital Audio Output Optical

CI (Cam) Slot 1

Subwoofer Out (Passive) 1

Component In (YPbPr) 1

Composite Video / Audio In (AV) 1

Wi-Fi Dongle Included

Integrated Wi-Fi Yes

Wall Mountable VESA Standard 400 x 400

Wall Hanging Kit Included N/A

Dimensions, Weights & Power

Product Dimensions W x D x H (mm - With Stand) 1460 x 344 x 905

Product Dimensions W x D x H (mm - Without Stand) 1460 x 48 x 838

Product Weight Boxed (kg) 39.5

Product Weight Unboxed (kg) 37.2

TV On Power Consumption (Avg Watts) 118.0

Stand-By Power (W) <0.5W

Annual Energy Consumption (Kwh) 172.0000

Voltage (V) / Frequency (Hz) 220-240V/50 Hz

Energy Efficiency A+

9 Comments

Original Poster

jb66

Any advantages over the hisense with … Any advantages over the hisense with HDR?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bargain-hisense-65-4k-tv-for-699-with-code-interest-free-credit-ao-2578674?page=2#comments



Haven't analysed the specs, mentally preparing to go into town and staying calm enough that I don't do a reenactment of Silence of the Lambs by chewing someone's face off. I hate busy shopping days (_;)

jb66

Any advantages over the hisense with … Any advantages over the hisense with HDR?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bargain-hisense-65-4k-tv-for-699-with-code-interest-free-credit-ao-2578674?page=2#comments



​Yeah the Hisense doesn't have an over inflated RRP making it out like there is a massive discount on the tv.

That's enough for me to choose the Hisense.

jb66

Any advantages over the hisense with … Any advantages over the hisense with HDR?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bargain-hisense-65-4k-tv-for-699-with-code-interest-free-credit-ao-2578674?page=2#comments


Definitely buy the Hisense instead of this.

Hisense wins hands down for me, great picture quality.

Bought the Hisense and it looks amazing - uncharted 4 in 4k hdr looks amazing. Bargain.

RRP LOL , This has never ever ever sold at almost £1500 and whoever 'recommended' this retail price is clearly high on drugs.

Hi All, not sure if you guys have recently read news about Peter Navaro and there was a mention about his documentary on China. It’s more relevant to America but I don’t think we are far from that situation. I know, it’s off bit to festive season but make watch when you get chance in next month or so….

youtube.com/wat…IXI

"Hisense Co., Ltd. is a Chinese multinational white goods and electronics manufacturer headquartered in Qingdao, Shandong province, China. It is a state-owned enterprise with publicly traded subsidiaries.

Owner: Government of China

Stock price: 600060 (SHA) CN¥16.81 -0.20 (-1.18%)
23 Dec, 15:00 GMT+8 - Disclaimer
Headquarters: China
Revenue: 15.04 billion USD (2013)
Founded: September 1969"

I've had finlux in the past that 1st tv broke after 14months, luckily had extra Yr warranty, they replaced but warranty did not continue. 11 months later it packed in. (technically outside the extended warranty but the TV itself less than 1yr)
During same period my daughter had a finlux in her bedroom with little overall use, 3nights a wk max, only std 1yr warranty, 13months it packed in.
so based on the 3 tv's in total best lasted 16 months... not a good selling point.
I know I wouldn't buy another unless they gave min 5yr warranty that continued full 5yrs even if tv replaced with new due to prior failure!
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