65" 4K Ultra HD Smart 3D TV + Free 8inch Android Tablet £999.99 @ Finlux
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65" 4K Ultra HD Smart 3D TV + Free 8inch Android Tablet £999.99 @ Finlux

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Found 17th Sep 2015
Even though I have currently 4 Tv's in the house.. I want another, was looking at 4k 65inch and saw this current deal.

TV - £999.99
Was - £1,399.00
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Discount (Free tablet) -£129.99
TOTAL - £999.99
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Finlux 65 inch 4K Ultra High Definition TV with 3D. Outstanding 4K picture quality, Smart apps including Netflix, supplied complete with 8 pairs of 3D glasses.
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Smart apps include Netflix & BBC iPlayer
3D TV with 8 pairs of glasses
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FREE 12 month warranty
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Even though I have currently 4 Tv's in the house.. I want another,



Have you seen a Psychologist?



No, only lots of tv's,
Original Poster
backinstock

Have you seen a Psychologist? No, only lots of tv's,



I have 7 PC monitors also if that helps?
how many cameras?
Any in the bedroom?
CooliceT

I have 7 PC monitors also if that helps?



Forget the Psychologist, it's a Psychiatrist you need.
clicked cold when should be hot. sound might not be the best in this but a great deal all the same if picture quality ok. don't know how to Un cold so I can click hot?
Sadly no upscaling
Rbluesy123

Sadly no upscaling



Of course it has upscaling.....

Otherwise non 4k content would appear in a little box in the middle of the screen.

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f67/uridium26/Online/1080p-on-a-4k-tv_zpskrw4dwjq.jpg
Edited by: "Uridium" 17th Sep 2015
You know what he means
Seems to get some good reviews, the upscaling from SD doesn't sound too good but give it a HD source and looks like a great bit of kit.
4x HDMI 2.0 too!
Unless this - and other 4K TVs posted here - supports any or all variants of HDR (high dynamic range), HFR (high frame rate), Rec.2020 colour gamut (or better), 10-bit colour (or better), or the ability to be upgraded to them, then it will soon become obsolete. Yes, it'll still display a 4K picture of a sort, but not the full spec. 4K TV isn't just about 4K resolution.
great idea for pay a grand for a 4k tv with pic quailty not as good as well know 600 quid full hd tv
ashmac

great idea for pay a grand for a 4k tv with pic quailty not as good as … great idea for pay a grand for a 4k tv with pic quailty not as good as well know 600 quid full hd tv



but your well known £600 full HD tv wont display 4k tv

however, thats not to say this will or wont play whatever the latest 4k spec stuff is.
I know BT Sports do a UHD channel & BT do a box + netflix do 4k shows (which this TV built in app does not support 4k netflix!)

Edited by: "bojangles" 17th Sep 2015
What is the point of a generic 8" Android tablet? It is worth 25 pounds, and probably just ends up as toxic waste.
backinstock

Forget the Psychologist, it's a Psychiatrist you need.



MrPuddington

What is the point of a generic 8" Android tablet? It is worth 25 pounds, … What is the point of a generic 8" Android tablet? It is worth 25 pounds, and probably just ends up as toxic waste.



Exactly, they are probably just trying to get rid of them.
thegog

Unless this - and other 4K TVs posted here - supports any or all variants … Unless this - and other 4K TVs posted here - supports any or all variants of HDR (high dynamic range), HFR (high frame rate), Rec.2020 colour gamut (or better), 10-bit colour (or better), or the ability to be upgraded to them, then it will soon become obsolete. Yes, it'll still display a 4K picture of a sort, but not the full spec. 4K TV isn't just about 4K resolution.



What, like 1920x1080 displays? Alright then.
I prefer black and white ;-)
AV Forums (avforums?) have a review and the link is below.

avforums.com/rev…961

8 out of 10 which is obviously a really good score.

Heat!
thegog

Unless this - and other 4K TVs posted here - supports any or all variants … Unless this - and other 4K TVs posted here - supports any or all variants of HDR (high dynamic range), HFR (high frame rate), Rec.2020 colour gamut (or better), 10-bit colour (or better), or the ability to be upgraded to them, then it will soon become obsolete. Yes, it'll still display a 4K picture of a sort, but not the full spec. 4K TV isn't just about 4K resolution.



To be fair it does support HDCP 2.2 through 4 x HDMI 2.0 ports - that does at least mean that it'll handle 4K Blu-Ray...

Edited by: "Bardo" 17th Sep 2015
Banned
CooliceT

I have 7 PC monitors also if that helps?


In working condition you mean ?
Banned
CooliceT

I have 7 PC monitors also if that helps?



Are you running a repair shop by any chance ?
backinstock

Forget the Psychologist, it's a Psychiatrist you need.


LOL
LGShepherd

AV Forums (avforums?) have a review and the link is … AV Forums (avforums?) have a review and the link is below.https://www.avforums.com/review/finlux-65fte242s-t-tv-review.109618 out of 10 which is obviously a really good score.Heat!



I read the full review. Have to say, the 8/10 end score surprised me. It didn't read like an 8/10 review.

Cheap for what it is so heat for that, but I wouldn't buy it. (Mainly due to mention of obvious motion blur. My current TV is the same size as this and if it suffered from motion blur - it doesn't - it would drive me insane. The bigger the TV, the more obvious the flaws are...)
Edited by: "sancheez" 17th Sep 2015
they should give it with the android built in
well I have been pondering over the idea of the digihome 65" from Tesco and I've bottled it the last two times they had the £529 offer. but all I really want is a large screen and even though his is good for a 4k TV their simply isn't the content yet and to be honest 1080p is fine with me. won't be long before they are convincing us we need 5.8 billion pixel TV's that will make our real lives look grainy, pixelated along with poor black levels.
hot though
Not sure if I like a 12 month warranty on a £1k TV.
Would this be ok as a PC monitor as the 65" Tesco one Digihome was just no good on text as it looked blocky.
I was going to buy a NUC to get the full resolution if so.
I bought a 55" 4k Samsung a few weeks back...same price as this. Wasn't too sure about 4k to start with due to lack of content but I decided on 4k for a degree of future proofing...

Pleased I did now though as the 4k upscaling in my Samsung is superb...blows away the picture quality on 1080p Netflix and Bluray of my old VT Series Panasonic plasma (and I never thought I'd see that day come). Everyone who has seen it doesn't believe it's 1080p and not native 4k...

Guess what I'm trying to say is don't knock a 4k TV just because of lack of native 4k content right now...it will come and until then buy the "right" 4k TV and enjoy brilliant upscaling of your 1080p material.

Still voting cold though...poor warranty and I'd still say better to buy slightly smaller, better brand from RicherSounds and get a 6yr warranty for free.
Edited by: "Uridium" 17th Sep 2015
I'm after a large size TV (65") and I definitely want 3D.
I have a 46" Samsung at the moment.
I'm not bothered about 4K particularly, but is this worth investing in?
might want to update your two 4Ks to one 8K TV in October: link
Funny how public broadcast technology is behind, even with 4K, not to mention 8K. Will it ever catchup?
Blimey, Vestel have finally figured out how to slim down their TV's - it's quite a lot of TV for the money but I would also like a longer warranty although there are options, a five year is another £169
Kamilione

might want to update your two 4Ks to one 8K TV in October: linkFunny how … might want to update your two 4Ks to one 8K TV in October: linkFunny how public broadcast technology is behind, even with 4K, not to mention 8K. Will it ever catchup?


Well it took many decades to get HD on terrestrial TV and satellite (in Europe at least) so expecting the broadcasters to re-invest all over is probably expecting too much other than the likes of Netflix and Amazon who are doing all they can to destroy traditional pay tv broadcasters. Sky will offer 4K in some form fairly soon but for an additional cost of course.
spannerzone

Well it took many decades to get HD on terrestrial TV and satellite (in … Well it took many decades to get HD on terrestrial TV and satellite (in Europe at least) so expecting the broadcasters to re-invest all over is probably expecting too much other than the likes of Netflix and Amazon who are doing all they can to destroy traditional pay tv broadcasters. Sky will offer 4K in some form fairly soon but for an additional cost of course.


Oh I hope so. Serves them right for ruining football along with greedy fa chief execs.
n0chex

I was going to buy a NUC to get the full resolution if so.



NUC?

To get anything worthwhile happening at 4k resolutions on a PC generally takes a half decent dedicated GFX card. Not sure an NUC box would be the way to go bearing that in mind...
Uridium

I bought a 55" 4k Samsung a few weeks back...same price as this. Wasn't … I bought a 55" 4k Samsung a few weeks back...same price as this. Wasn't too sure about 4k to start with due to lack of content but I decided on 4k for a degree of future proofing...Pleased I did now though as the 4k upscaling in my Samsung is superb...blows away the picture quality on 1080p Netflix and Bluray of my old VT Series Panasonic plasma (and I never thought I'd see that day come). Everyone who has seen it doesn't believe it's 1080p and not native 4k...Guess what I'm trying to say is don't knock a 4k TV just because of lack of native 4k content right now...it will come and until then buy the "right" 4k TV and enjoy brilliant upscaling of your 1080p material.Still voting cold though...poor warranty and I'd still say better to buy slightly smaller, better brand from RicherSounds and get a 6yr warranty for free.



Upscaling is a myth, would you like to buy some of my magic beans?
SpamJavelin

Upscaling is a myth, would you like to buy some of my magic beans?



I think you've been eating magic beans....
Voted cold by accident. Oops!

Sorry.
Edited by: "711324" 17th Sep 2015
Toon_army

I prefer black and white ;-)



Are you going to use it to prop up a table?
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