Cello C65ANSMT4K 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £719.98 @ Appliances Direct
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Cello C65ANSMT4K 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £719.98 @ Appliances Direct

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Edited by:"Mike17396"Found 3rd Aug 2017
Great price for a 65 inch 4k TV even though it's not a top brand.
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Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept claiming to have HDR.

Decent price if you value size over picture quality. Personally I'd rather spunk £700 on a projector setup than a big 4k TV with mediocre specs that couldn't do the content justice.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 3rd Aug 2017
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jaydeeuk110 m ago

Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept …Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept claiming to have HDR.Decent price if you value size over picture quality. Personally I'd rather spunk £700 on a projector setup than a big 4k TV with mediocre specs that couldn't do the content justice.


Interesting, I've got a BenQ W1070+ and debating whether to swap to a budget 65 4k TV. Projectors are okay, just inconvenient having to block all light out... I'd imagine even a budget 4k would do better than a 1080p projector
For the money I'd go Hisense.
Mike1739612 h, 26 m ago

Interesting, I've got a BenQ W1070+ and debating whether to swap to a …Interesting, I've got a BenQ W1070+ and debating whether to swap to a budget 65 4k TV. Projectors are okay, just inconvenient having to block all light out... I'd imagine even a budget 4k would do better than a 1080p projector


You'll miss the size. 4k is great, but I wouldn't go for that over using my benq.
Do people really spend 700 plus on a cello TV
This much on a Cello? Not with a 10 foot pole.
I didn't realise the cheaper brands offered Android TV's now. This is interesting. Sounds like this will tick every feature box except quality...
WaxMechaniK1 h, 14 m ago

I didn't realise the cheaper brands offered Android TV's now. This is …I didn't realise the cheaper brands offered Android TV's now. This is interesting. Sounds like this will tick every feature box except quality...


They do it in cheap mobiles so why not TV?
Hisense is a fantastic budget tv, I highly recommend. Purchased from John Lewis with their price match offer with other retailers. Please, please avoid Appliances direct or also known as direct tv. Outright liars who blame their customers when delivering damaged TVs sets. Please take this as a genuine warning and avoid the company if you can.
Aren't Cello TVs made in the UK ?
For those on tight budget might be worth a punt .The display resolution might be 4K but hdmi input is 1080p in manual ,am I missing something?... celloelectronics.com/wp-…pdf
morrig1 h, 8 m ago

For those on tight budget might be worth a punt .The display resolution …For those on tight budget might be worth a punt .The display resolution might be 4K but hdmi input is 1080p in manual ,am I missing something?... http://celloelectronics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/C65ANSMT-4K.pdf


The instruction is from last century.
I think you need to connect four HDMI cables from one source to get a 4K picture otherwise you end up with 1080p max.
Really... this much on a Cello, my mum had 3 x 32" that died within a couple month each
This is the absolute truth,i work in a school and we ordered a cello tv for one of the classrooms off amazon.Tv came,opened it and then realised it was 2 fronts of a TV stuck together,no back,2 screens,sent it back to Amazon who sent us a new one and that ariived with 2 fronts as well, apparently they had got a dodgy batch,moral of the story is,Dont buy Cello TVS
jaydeeuk13rd Aug

Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept …Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept claiming to have HDR.Decent price if you value size over picture quality. Personally I'd rather spunk £700 on a projector setup than a big 4k TV with mediocre specs that couldn't do the content justice.


Downside is lamplife though.
Only buy no brands or budget brands if they are backed by 5 or 6yrs guarantee like john lewis or richer sounds offer.
Bought a Cello tv through M&S several years ago and after a few months the sound started to blip and it would turn its self off.Sent it back and it was gone quite a while as they lost it in there warehouse,no fault was found but it came and still played up so i rang them and they gave a full refund.M&S were very good throughout shame the tv wasnt.And yes British made,or were then.
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