cello 75" Ultra Hd Led Tv 3840 X 2160 Resolution Black 3 X Hdmi 1 X Usb V £1809.98 @ Ebuyer
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cello 75" Ultra Hd Led Tv 3840 X 2160 Resolution Black 3 X Hdmi 1 X Usb V £1809.98 @ Ebuyer

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Found 18th Mar 2016
Cheapest price out there. Wow. 75 inch 4k under £2k

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Technical SpecificationsGeneralProduct TypeLED-backlit LCD TVEnergy ClassClass APower Consumption Operational203 WattDiagonal Size75"Video InterfaceComponent, HDMIHDMI Ports Qty3 portsHDCP CompatibleYesDimensionsWithout standWidth167.8 cmDepth6.5 cmHeight96.4 cmDisplayResolution3840 x 2160Display Format4K UHDTV (2160p)Image Aspect Ratio16:9Motion Enhancement Technology120Hz Refresh RateLCD Backlight TechnologyLED backlightImage Contrast Ratio5000:1Brightness250 cd/m2Comb Filter3D digitalFeatures3D Noise Reduction, 3D De-interlace, progressive scan, Colour Tint ControlStands & MountsStandIncludedStand DesignTabletopFlat Panel Mount Interface400 x 400 mmTV TunerAnalogue TV TunerPAL, SECAMConditional AccessCommon Interface (CI) slotStereo Reception SystemNICAM, A2Digital TV TunerDigital TV TunerDVB-C, DVB-T, DVB-T2MPEG Profiles and LevelsMPEG2 MP@HLVideo FeaturesAnalogue Video Input SignalsPAL, SECAMElectronic Programme GuideDigital EPG, MHEG-5Media PlayerSupported Video FormatsMPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264USB PortYes , 1 portsRemote ControlTypeRemote controlAudio SystemDigital Audio FormatMPEG 2 digital output, MPEG 1 digital outputSpeaker System2 speakersOutput Power / Total16 WattSpeakers2 x main channel speaker - built-in - 8 WattConnectionsConnector Type1 x component video input ¦ 3 x HDMI input ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) ¦ 1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) ¦ 1 x digital audio output (coaxial) ¦ 1 x USB 2.0 ( 4 PIN USB Type A ) ¦ 1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )MiscellaneousCompliant StandardsPlug and PlayPowerNominal VoltageAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )Power Consumption Stand by0.4 WattDimensions & Weight DetailsDimensions & Weight DetailsPanel without stand - 167.8 cm x 6.5 cm x 96.4 cm ¦ Panel with stand - 167.8 cm x 26.69 cm x 101 cm
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By the end of current year hopefully they will start coming around £1000 for 75 " :). But currently not bad price.
Voted cold, 75" too big for me.
As I my wife keeps reminding me.....size isn't everything....... a 5 inch tv is fine.
Is USB V significantly faster than USB 3.0? Would anyone spend close to two grand on an effectively unbranded TV from Ebuyer? On paper the spec for the price looks OK, but I wouldn't risk it.
dsuk

Voted cold, 75" too big for me.



Why vote cold just because it is too big for you? Voting is about whether or not it is a good deal!

Are you voting cold on every post you have no use for?

Voted hot
dsuk

Voted cold, 75" too big for me.


Some things can never be too big...
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dude_1234

By the end of current year hopefully they will start coming around £1000 … By the end of current year hopefully they will start coming around £1000 for 75 " :). But currently not bad price.


who ever thought 65 inc would go for below £600. Cello also has 85" tv out for £3k
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bytemaster

Is USB V significantly faster than USB 3.0? Would anyone spend close to … Is USB V significantly faster than USB 3.0? Would anyone spend close to two grand on an effectively unbranded TV from Ebuyer? On paper the spec for the price looks OK, but I wouldn't risk it.


V stands for "VeryFast" i think. lol
Who ever says size doesn't matter obviously only have a 50"
This thing is awesome.
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75" - proof that size does matter....nice
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smugjojo

75" - proof that size does matter....nice


98" led tv showing size matter. Lol
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montana78

98" led tv showing size matter. Lol



Anyone got a bigger one?
Wow that's a big screen for the cash and for a budget brand it's surprisingly slim design. Cello is a UK company that assembles their TV's here.
smugjojo

Anyone got a bigger one?



Mine is bigger,
But I have a smaller tv
Would it not be better and cheaper to buy a projector
smugjojo

Anyone got a bigger one?


370" TV (Titan Zeus)
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ifitsfreeitsmine

Who ever says size doesn't matter obviously only have a 50" :)This thing … Who ever says size doesn't matter obviously only have a 50" :)This thing is awesome.




I have 32" 720p. Prefer to spend money on books than new TV.
BenderRodriguez

I have 32" 720p. Prefer to spend money on books than new TV.



Books are great but a big @$$ tv and a Xbox is better
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Alvie

370" TV (Titan Zeus)



No one could accommodate that.
Alvie

370" TV (Titan Zeus)



​surely they need to build a nuclear reactor to power this
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Disco Dave

Would it not be better and cheaper to buy a projector



Been looking to go down this route as there have been several good posts here recently.
Buying large screen Tv`s for big bucks is OK if you want to pay top price, I will wait a couple of years and get one of these (or similar ) for a third of current price (I hope)
wong_go_wild

​surely they need to build a nuclear reactor to power this



​Have one, energy useage is not a problem if you are piggybacking of you next door neighbours electric.
dsuk

Voted cold, 75" too big for me.



That's not how this works.
zx636r

As I my wife keeps reminding me.....size isn't everything....... a 5 inch … As I my wife keeps reminding me.....size isn't everything....... a 5 inch tv is fin​Have one, energy useage is not a problem if you are piggybacking of you next door neighbours electric.


I was amazed recently to find out that they use very low power compared to an lcd made lets say 5-6 years ago. tested my new led 48" with a special plug that tells the max used wattage, 85w at max brightness and as low as 45w, my older 46" lcd does use 220w and as low as around 140w. Well, even an old CRT tv of 20" must have used at least 300w. So, I would expect for this tv to not use absolutely no more than 220w at max brightness and maybe less.
Anyway, ideal viewing distance for this size at 4k is just about slightly more than 4 feet


Edited by: "miaomiaobaubau" 19th Mar 2016
hardstylemw

​Have one, energy useage is not a problem if you are piggybacking of you n … ​Have one, energy useage is not a problem if you are piggybacking of you next door neighbours electric.



Sounds
smugjojo

No one could accommodate that.



Im sure Crispin Blunt (Tory MP) could accommodate any size you could give him with the help of a few poppers.

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Does anyone actually have this tv? Just wondering how it performs?
RuudBullit

Does anyone actually have this tv? Just wondering how it performs?



​i would like to know the same. I am looking at this TV and a non 4k one for the same, but don't know what to do. been holding out for one for a while
Had a 3d Cello from M&S with terrible light bleed, wouldn't buy another.
Not going to vote this cold but I would rather pay the extra £700 for a Samsung than splash out nearly £2k on a Cello. Not knocking this at all, on paper it looks good and it certainly looks the part but to me doesn't represent value for money.

I would rather forgo the 4k and have a KDL75W855CBU or a 70" Sharp (proper Sharp) LC70LE747KN for similar money.
Agree with the above there is no way I would pay that amount of money for a cello TV.

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smugjojo

Anyone got a bigger one?


I have epson 3d projector going 175 inch.
montana78

I have epson 3d projector going 175 inch.


mine is only 12"
freakstyler

Not going to vote this cold but I would rather pay the extra £700 for a … Not going to vote this cold but I would rather pay the extra £700 for a Samsung than splash out nearly £2k on a Cello. Not knocking this at all, on paper it looks good and it certainly looks the part but to me doesn't represent value for money. I would rather forgo the 4k and have a KDL75W855CBU or a 70" Sharp (proper Sharp) LC70LE747KN for similar money.



​thats my thoughts at the moment
juz1

​thats my thoughts at the moment



If the Cello was a grand then possibly maybe but like i said you can grab a decent Full HD 75" model for the same money with a 5 year warranty.
Thanks op, bought one for the toilet under the stairs
jimmy2007

Thanks op, bought one for the toilet under the stairs


we need to go out in the garden to use the toilet, any recommendation??
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