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65" 4K HDR telly for under £400.
Smart TV with Freeview
4K Ultra HD - Stunning sharpness, crystal clarity
Dynamic HDR delivers stunning, lifelike colour
Smart TV - stream boxsets & films in Ultra HD 4K
Freeview HD with Freeview Play - live & catch up TV
3 HDMI & 2 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once
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Hungryhorris01/02/2020 20:16

A 65 inch tv for less than £400. Absolute bargain.


Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... anyone know what are these like? I’d just be a bit concerned that they are the cheap Vestels?
Bought this a few weeks ago. great for all the hd stuff (non hd are a little blurry) . Used daily for gaming and Netflix 4K. The sound is much better than my previous tv. Linked up to computer for everything else. We like it in our house. We’re not tv snobs so cheap and big does our family. Got another £10 off for signing up to AO with email. 39817201-BZw6O.jpg
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Massoosive 🔥
MrSwitch01/02/2020 19:26

Massoosive 🔥


Been away but did get a quick glance on your mahoosiver 75". Nano cell LG TV.
Great price
adamderak01/02/2020 19:27

Been away but did get a quick glance on your mahoosiver 75". Nano cell LG …Been away but did get a quick glance on your mahoosiver 75". Nano cell LG TV.Great price


Not doing well that one, but it is £1500
MrSwitch01/02/2020 19:32

Not doing well that one, but it is £1500


Yea but it's a premium TV and 75" TVs are very pricey.
adamderak01/02/2020 19:36

Yea but it's a premium TV and 75" TVs are very pricey.


True, I checked the price history as well, as I do, and cheapest it had been was £1799 iirc.
Sweet have some heat, TCB
A 65 inch tv for less than £400. Absolute bargain.
Hungryhorris01/02/2020 20:16

A 65 inch tv for less than £400. Absolute bargain.


Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... anyone know what are these like? I’d just be a bit concerned that they are the cheap Vestels?
Timschoice01/02/2020 20:23

Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... …Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... anyone know what are these like? I’d just be a bit concerned that they are the cheap Vestels?


So true, got a few mates with massive TVs who laugh when I say I payed £1250 for my 55" oled & they boast about only paying £400 for their 65", you see it and the picture is atrocious, grey blocky blacks and needs to be seen almost straight on.
Timschoice01/02/2020 20:23

Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... …Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... anyone know what are these like? I’d just be a bit concerned that they are the cheap Vestels?


They are, but have good reviews.
chancooluk01/02/2020 20:40

They are, but have good reviews.


Why don't you explain to peeps what the good and bad points are ( I hear you know a bit about tellys - allegedly ) rather then hanging off so called reviews?

To help those that might wanna buy it like?...
PennyTrader01/02/2020 22:00

Why don't you explain to peeps what the good and bad points are ( I hear …Why don't you explain to peeps what the good and bad points are ( I hear you know a bit about tellys - allegedly ) rather then hanging off so called reviews?To help those that might wanna buy it like?...


I don't have to provide a deep and thoughtful analysis of every single TV deal just to keep you happy Penny.

You don't consider any of my comments to be thoughtful or helpful, so why not just ignore me?

I don't see you being particularly helpful in any area, so maybe take your own advice.
chancooluk01/02/2020 22:16

I don't have to provide a deep and thoughtful analysis of every single TV …I don't have to provide a deep and thoughtful analysis of every single TV deal just to keep you happy Penny.You don't consider any of my comments to be thoughtful or helpful, so why not just ignore me?I don't see you being particularly helpful in any area, so maybe take your own advice.


Don't see me being helpful what mate? What are you on about?
You don't post much - I've posted plenty and helped MANY!

You don't know as much as you crack on - you can't kid a kidder.
PennyTrader01/02/2020 22:20

Don't see me being helpful what mate? What are you on about?You don't post …Don't see me being helpful what mate? What are you on about?You don't post much - I've posted plenty and helped MANY!You don't know as much as you crack on - you can't kid a kidder.


I know much more than I let on, it just all gets too technical and boring.

You post a lot, that doesn't make you helpful, just loud.
chancooluk01/02/2020 22:24

I know much more than I let on, it just all gets too technical and …I know much more than I let on, it just all gets too technical and boring.You post a lot, that doesn't make you helpful, just loud.


You know nothing mate, TV expert don't make me laugh - oooooh everybody standby and wait for the analysis - Why one or two idiots ask you for your opinion is bizzare ( mates from the pub? )
PennyTrader01/02/2020 22:27

You know nothing mate, TV expert don't make me laugh - oooooh everybody …You know nothing mate, TV expert don't make me laugh - oooooh everybody standby and wait for the analysis - Why one or two idiots ask you for your opinion is bizzare ( mates from the pub? )


I've never considered, or called myself a TV expert.

I'm bored now. You're boring Penny.
chancooluk01/02/2020 22:37

I've never considered, or called myself a TV expert.I'm bored now. You're …I've never considered, or called myself a TV expert.I'm bored now. You're boring Penny.


Thanks mate - I always knew the real you!

My earlier comment still stands though - if you can find the time between replying to me and posting helpful comments to help the deal then eh what's not to like?

Peace out
PennyTrader01/02/2020 22:41

Thanks mate - I always knew the real you!My earlier comment still stands …Thanks mate - I always knew the real you!My earlier comment still stands though - if you can find the time between replying to me and posting helpful comments to help the deal then eh what's not to like?Peace out


Bye bye
Sooooooo 😬, is the tv any good ??
Bought this a few weeks ago. great for all the hd stuff (non hd are a little blurry) . Used daily for gaming and Netflix 4K. The sound is much better than my previous tv. Linked up to computer for everything else. We like it in our house. We’re not tv snobs so cheap and big does our family. Got another £10 off for signing up to AO with email. 39817201-BZw6O.jpg
Timschoice01/02/2020 20:23

Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... …Screen size is irrelevant if the build and picture quality are crap.... anyone know what are these like? I’d just be a bit concerned that they are the cheap Vestels?


I own this TV, its really good quality, and its lasted three years so far
devlino01/02/2020 20:40

So true, got a few mates with massive TVs who laugh when I say I payed … So true, got a few mates with massive TVs who laugh when I say I payed £1250 for my 55" oled & they boast about only paying £400 for their 65", you see it and the picture is atrocious, grey blocky blacks and needs to be seen almost straight on.


Thing is, this isn't true at all. This tech wood has good viewing angles, its 4K and its decent quality. Of course OLED is top quality, but for the extra £850 you aren't getting best value to performance. On top of this, screen burn ins are so common. Also whilst OLED will initially stun you, after a bit you get used it and stop noticing, it becomes the norm. The viewng experience fairs better with a good quality 75 inch LED than 55 inch OLED for myself personally too. Microled should be good and can't wait but can't hate on people not getting OLED with its plague of issues
RealTalkDealz02/02/2020 05:45

Thing is, this isn't true at all. This tech wood has good viewing angles, …Thing is, this isn't true at all. This tech wood has good viewing angles, its 4K and its decent quality. Of course OLED is top quality, but for the extra £850 you aren't getting best value to performance. On top of this, screen burn ins are so common. Also whilst OLED will initially stun you, after a bit you get used it and stop noticing, it becomes the norm. The viewng experience fairs better with a good quality 75 inch LED than 55 inch OLED for myself personally too. Microled should be good and can't wait but can't hate on people not getting OLED with its plague of issues


Did you just say that aloud, the OLED mafia going to taking a hit out on you.
RealTalkDealz02/02/2020 05:33

I own this TV, its really good quality, and its lasted three years so far


Having had it for so long.. mind me asking what you use it for? I had a Toshiba before and it seemed to be the most jittery thing on the planet.. not outstanding but decent enough to watch 4k.. HD wasn't as pretty as my old TV but then the HDMI slots started going crazy and bleeding off colours after four months.. sorted out after changing to TV and back to HDMI but what an utter pain and the telly enjoyed resetting itself

I want something big, but I don't want to go through the same disappointments when my little HD Samsung can do 3D stuff and is very handsome
Davejay8102/02/2020 10:53

Having had it for so long.. mind me asking what you use it for? I had a …Having had it for so long.. mind me asking what you use it for? I had a Toshiba before and it seemed to be the most jittery thing on the planet.. not outstanding but decent enough to watch 4k.. HD wasn't as pretty as my old TV but then the HDMI slots started going crazy and bleeding off colours after four months.. sorted out after changing to TV and back to HDMI but what an utter pain and the telly enjoyed resetting itself I want something big, but I don't want to go through the same disappointments when my little HD Samsung can do 3D stuff and is very handsome


I think the thing is that not everyone is the same with TVs. A lot of people will have a TV that’s plagued with blooming and judder but they won’t see it. It’s like my Samsung, I love it, but when I looked to upgrade, there were loads of comments re blooming and tearing etc. I’d never really considered or even noticed it, but once you know, you look for it and it’s obvious. If a semi-premium TV has these issues, this HAS to have them, probably worse, BUT if you don’t care, this will likely look great
Timschoice02/02/2020 11:35

I think the thing is that not everyone is the same with TVs. A lot of …I think the thing is that not everyone is the same with TVs. A lot of people will have a TV that’s plagued with blooming and judder but they won’t see it. It’s like my Samsung, I love it, but when I looked to upgrade, there were loads of comments re blooming and tearing etc. I’d never really considered or even noticed it, but once you know, you look for it and it’s obvious. If a semi-premium TV has these issues, this HAS to have them, probably worse, BUT if you don’t care, this will likely look great


See.. I know really I'm gonna hit the Hisense ULED range as OLED is a bit OTT for me. Can afford Vs can't justify throwing the money. I keep looking at mid and low range knowing secretly I shouldn't do it 👌
Davejay8102/02/2020 12:55

See.. I know really I'm gonna hit the Hisense ULED range as OLED is a bit …See.. I know really I'm gonna hit the Hisense ULED range as OLED is a bit OTT for me. Can afford Vs can't justify throwing the money. I keep looking at mid and low range knowing secretly I shouldn't do it 👌


Same, I’m thinking of the QLED 85R but I know that I’ll always be thinking I should have gone OLED
Timschoice02/02/2020 15:27

Same, I’m thinking of the QLED 85R but I know that I’ll always be thinking …Same, I’m thinking of the QLED 85R but I know that I’ll always be thinking I should have gone OLED


See.. had the look at all the stuff and it seems the Hisense ULED has a lot of pros and the only con is the U isn't an O.. apparently it takes some of the cons away from QLED and is a fair competitor. Plus loads cheaper 👌
kiltsandhaggis02/02/2020 04:28

Bought this a few weeks ago. great for all the hd stuff (non hd are a …Bought this a few weeks ago. great for all the hd stuff (non hd are a little blurry) . Used daily for gaming and Netflix 4K. The sound is much better than my previous tv. Linked up to computer for everything else. We like it in our house. We’re not tv snobs so cheap and big does our family. Got another £10 off for signing up to AO with email. [Image]


Are the duck feet adjustable? I have a shorter tv stand/cabinet so need to know before diving in without protection!
africanspeed02/02/2020 18:09

Are the duck feet adjustable? I have a shorter tv stand/cabinet so need to …Are the duck feet adjustable? I have a shorter tv stand/cabinet so need to know before diving in without protection!


No, the feet aren't adjustable.
Davejay8102/02/2020 10:53

Having had it for so long.. mind me asking what you use it for? I had a …Having had it for so long.. mind me asking what you use it for? I had a Toshiba before and it seemed to be the most jittery thing on the planet.. not outstanding but decent enough to watch 4k.. HD wasn't as pretty as my old TV but then the HDMI slots started going crazy and bleeding off colours after four months.. sorted out after changing to TV and back to HDMI but what an utter pain and the telly enjoyed resetting itself I want something big, but I don't want to go through the same disappointments when my little HD Samsung can do 3D stuff and is very handsome


Personally just console gaming and Netflix. Depends on everyones uses. I wouldn't recommend it for gaming past 60 fps (can't render it anyways) . But if you're got an expensive enough rig to even run 4K 60 FPS, you won't be buying this anyways
Edited by: "RealTalkDealz" 3rd Feb
Timschoice02/02/2020 11:35

I think the thing is that not everyone is the same with TVs. A lot of …I think the thing is that not everyone is the same with TVs. A lot of people will have a TV that’s plagued with blooming and judder but they won’t see it. It’s like my Samsung, I love it, but when I looked to upgrade, there were loads of comments re blooming and tearing etc. I’d never really considered or even noticed it, but once you know, you look for it and it’s obvious. If a semi-premium TV has these issues, this HAS to have them, probably worse, BUT if you don’t care, this will likely look great


Toshiba is vestal as far as I'm aware, so same category as this. You're talking extreme Tvphiles. As a person who notices PC gaming tearing, it doesn't happen here, from what I can see anyways, Not with console or normal Netflix 4K viewing. I'm pretty sure if you plug a PC in, you could.
Edited by: "RealTalkDealz" 3rd Feb
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