65" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD -  C65ANSMT-4K £598.80 at CPC
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65" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD - C65ANSMT-4K £598.80 at CPC

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Found 3rd Aug
Stylish 4K Ultra-HD LED TV preloaded with catchup TV apps, web browser and finished with a modern piano black design.
  • 3840x2160 Ultra-HD display resolution
  • Integrated tuner for Freeview HD channels
  • Nicam stereo speakers with 2x 6W output
  • USB Socket for multimedia playback
  • Hotel mode and sleep timer functions
  • VESA Wall mount compatible (600x300)
  • Connections: 3x HDMI, CVBS, USB, RJ45 and digital audio out
  • 1 Year manufacturer warranty
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just got this email also.did not want to post it because there is always loads of cheap tv posted on here.good luck with this op
Brand: Cello cough Vestel
Save your money and get a proper brand.... Cello are pants
No HDR for this price.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 3rd Aug
snipper012 h, 42 m ago

Save your money and get a proper brand.... Cello are pants



With more than an years warranty too.







*Still Hot*
It's got NICAM! woohoo
rev67 h, 36 m ago

Brand: Cello cough Vestel


I thought Cello was an English company that builds them in England, from parts made in China.
I have 1000 for a 65 inch or a better 55 inch TV.
eastangliauk4th Aug

I have 1000 for a 65 inch or a better 55 inch TV.


Get a good one then! Start with hisense, if you like or ultimately go for a near on grand Samsung. Just a thought
Edited by: "johnf007" 5th Aug
The_Hoff3rd Aug

It's got NICAM! woohoo


I thought Nicam got replaced by. Dolby Atmos .
sam_of_london10 m ago

I thought Nicam got replaced by. Dolby Atmos .


Nicam > Atmos
eastangliauk4th Aug

I have 1000 for a 65 inch or a better 55 inch TV.


This gets good reviews and appears to be a lot of tv for the money OLED 4k TV. Has lots of connectivity LG panel, android (so can load kodi), HDR10 gaming mode etc. £129 for 5 yr warranty so still around a grand in total
Edited by: "M1ckj1m" 5th Aug
I will look up that oled.
eastangliauk1 h, 28 m ago

I will look up that oled.


makes me kinda wish I was in the market for one. Actually quite happy with the Sony 55” 1080p with Android I have. Cost £650 18 months ago but bet ye can can pick 4K version up for less than that now.
My friend has this one and looks pretty sweet for gaming/movies. Hisense 65". Only £699 (ao.com/Currys). Hisense do a 55” and 60” for a bit less too all with seemingly good reviews. Personally OLED would be the way to go for me if affordable.
M1ckj1m7 h, 9 m ago

makes me kinda wish I was in the market for one. Actually quite … makes me kinda wish I was in the market for one. Actually quite happy with the Sony 55” 1080p with Android I have. Cost £650 18 months ago but bet ye can can pick 4K version up for less than that now.My friend has this one and looks pretty sweet for gaming/movies. Hisense 65". Only £699 (ao.com/Currys). Hisense do a 55” and 60” for a bit less too all with seemingly good reviews. Personally OLED would be the way to go for me if affordable.


I have to agree . Hisense 65 is much better than this. Or a Toshiba 75 hdr .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 6th Aug
But, do they have NICAM?
sam_of_london31 m ago

I have to agree . Hisense 65 is much better than this. Or a Toshiba 75 …I have to agree . Hisense 65 is much better than this. Or a Toshiba 75 hdr .

M1ckj1m8 h, 25 m ago

makes me kinda wish I was in the market for one. Actually quite … makes me kinda wish I was in the market for one. Actually quite happy with the Sony 55” 1080p with Android I have. Cost £650 18 months ago but bet ye can can pick 4K version up for less than that now.My friend has this one and looks pretty sweet for gaming/movies. Hisense 65". Only £699 (ao.com/Currys). Hisense do a 55” and 60” for a bit less too all with seemingly good reviews. Personally OLED would be the way to go for me if affordable.


I think I would try to save a few more weeks or month or 2 for the LG B7 TV. though might go out of stock by then.
Edited by: "eastangliauk" 6th Aug
sam_of_london13 h, 56 m ago

I thought Nicam got replaced by. Dolby Atmos .


You thought wrong Nicam "Near Instantaneous Companded Audio Multiplexing" is for broadcasting stereo sound over analogue (stopped broadcasting 2008-12 in UK)
Dolby atmos is a digital surround sound system
Wowser..... apparently £3k when reviewed June 20th. Now £1199 from various Amazon sellers. That’s worse depreciation than a car lol!
HI all I bought the samsung ue65mu7070 in the end for £1000 5 year warranty at cramptonandmoore but they have sold out after so I got one in time.
Edited by: "eastangliauk" 7th Aug
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