Costco in store - Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV £719.98
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Costco in store - Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV £719.98

£719.98£89920%costco Deals
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LocalFound 2nd Jul
Thought this was a great price for a newer model .

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Refresh rate is rubbish. Every thing judders in movement. Thats why its cheap.
The_Guru2 m ago

Refresh rate is rubbish. Every thing judders in movement. Thats why its …Refresh rate is rubbish. Every thing judders in movement. Thats why its cheap.


So the older models are better ? Could you recommend something for a similar price as I will be looking to buy next week .
yozzman123441 m ago

So the older models are better ? Could you recommend something for a …So the older models are better ? Could you recommend something for a similar price as I will be looking to buy next week .



From what I've read the one to go for in 65" is the Hisense N6800. £779 at Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty.

Same price at John Lewis but only a 5 year warranty from them but at least it's on-line and includes free delivery.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 2nd Jul
yozzman123427 m ago

So the older models are better ? Could you recommend something for a …So the older models are better ? Could you recommend something for a similar price as I will be looking to buy next week .


The only 1 that comes near its price is the sony 55" at around £880 in Costco
The_Guru33 m ago

The only 1 that comes near its price is the sony 55" at around £880 in …The only 1 that comes near its price is the sony 55" at around £880 in Costco


Which Sony 55” - checked their site and there isn’t one listed. If it’s in store can you share the model number perhaps???
northie_19809 m ago

Which Sony 55” - checked their site and there isn’t one listed. If it’s in …Which Sony 55” - checked their site and there isn’t one listed. If it’s in store can you share the model number perhaps???

sorry my mistake i think it was £980. They had the 49" version and 55" version. Best to pop in and have a look as there were a few models. Im trying to remember the prices
The_Guru6 m ago

sorry my mistake i think it was £980. They had the 49" version and 55" …sorry my mistake i think it was £980. They had the 49" version and 55" version. Best to pop in and have a look as there were a few models. Im trying to remember the prices


My budget is £800 .
So the Hisense N6800 looks good for the money .
And a 5-6 year warranty is a bonus
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 2nd Jul
Have you seen the N6800 at the side of some others? I had a look at the 55” in Curry’s aside an Samsung MU7000 and Panasonic 700B - was massively underwhelmed given the N6800 seems to be everyone’s go to budget set.

I know Curry’s won’t calibrate / tinker - but I’d still have expected better on out of box comparison. Some people won’t spend hours playing with settings, so out of box performance is important.
northie_198024 m ago

Have you seen the N6800 at the side of some others? I had a look at the …Have you seen the N6800 at the side of some others? I had a look at the 55” in Curry’s aside an Samsung MU7000 and Panasonic 700B - was massively underwhelmed given the N6800 seems to be everyone’s go to budget set.I know Curry’s won’t calibrate / tinker - but I’d still have expected better on out of box comparison. Some people won’t spend hours playing with settings, so out of box performance is important.


So out the box a tv is at a poor performance?
And if you tinker with it , you boost the picture quality to another level ? Seems strange .
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 2nd Jul
yozzman12341 h, 27 m ago

My budget is £800 . So the Hisense N6800 looks good for the money .And a …My budget is £800 . So the Hisense N6800 looks good for the money .And a 5-6 year warranty is a bonus


Richer sounds price match and give you another £20 off if tjey do the same model
yozzman123443 m ago

So out the box a tv is at a poor performance? And if you tinker with it , …So out the box a tv is at a poor performance? And if you tinker with it , you boost the picture quality to another level ? Seems strange .


All tvs need to be adjusted when you take out of the box. Factory standard settings are no to everyone's taste. I spent hours on my Sony getting it to how i liked it. Motion settings and black levels and Sharpness etc.
The_Guru23 m ago

All tvs need to be adjusted when you take out of the box. Factory standard …All tvs need to be adjusted when you take out of the box. Factory standard settings are no to everyone's taste. I spent hours on my Sony getting it to how i liked it. Motion settings and black levels and Sharpness etc.


Will have to get on YouTube then for my next tv , once I take it out the box . YouTube will have a video of ultimate set up for most TVs?
Just seems funny they wouldn’t have best set up out the box though .
Will all TVs be able to download IPTV apps ?
yozzman123413 m ago

Will have to get on YouTube then for my next tv , once I take it out the …Will have to get on YouTube then for my next tv , once I take it out the box . YouTube will have a video of ultimate set up for most TVs? Just seems funny they wouldn’t have best set up out the box though . Will all TVs be able to download IPTV apps ?


My Sony W829 has only ever been used with the preset picture modes, and always been happy with it. Not saying I can’t squeeze another few percent of perfection out of it, but who has the time.

I’ve always been impressed with the dedicated football mode, which I assume activates all the motion stuff and exaggerates greens - even Derby’s ground on East Midlands news looks lush, which is some impressive enhancement!
yozzman123435 m ago

Will have to get on YouTube then for my next tv , once I take it out the …Will have to get on YouTube then for my next tv , once I take it out the box . YouTube will have a video of ultimate set up for most TVs? Just seems funny they wouldn’t have best set up out the box though . Will all TVs be able to download IPTV apps ?

The picture is a personal preference so not possible to set 1 standard for everyone. Some people like vivid colours and others prefer natural. Others like crushed blacks. Then there is colour temperature. Some prefer more warmer and others towards the blues. Then the contrast changes it as well. Many things will make a difference to how you like it.
The_Guru5 h, 44 m ago

The picture is a personal preference so not possible to set 1 standard for …The picture is a personal preference so not possible to set 1 standard for everyone.


There are industry standards, you want your display to match them as closely as possible, so you content is produced as accurately as possible. Personal preference is fine, but it's accuracy you want.
yozzman12346 h, 20 m ago

Just seems funny they wouldn’t have best set up out the box though .


Most televisions default to a Eco or Vivid mode, they're generally the least accurate picture options. If you have a decent set then Movie or Cinema mode will be pretty decent out of the box, some very close to post-calibrated sets. Most TVs on display are set to Store mode, which usually is designed for the most pop from the picture with little regard to accuracy.
Zuulan14 h, 47 m ago

From what I've read the one to go for in 65" is the Hisense N6800. £779 …From what I've read the one to go for in 65" is the Hisense N6800. £779 at Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty.Same price at John Lewis but only a 5 year warranty from them but at least it's on-line and includes free delivery.


£30 Off if you use code TV30 at Richer sounds
cheapskate252nd Jul

There are industry standards, you want your display to match them as …There are industry standards, you want your display to match them as closely as possible, so you content is produced as accurately as possible. Personal preference is fine, but it's accuracy you want.Most televisions default to a Eco or Vivid mode, they're generally the least accurate picture options. If you have a decent set then Movie or Cinema mode will be pretty decent out of the box, some very close to post-calibrated sets. Most TVs on display are set to Store mode, which usually is designed for the most pop from the picture with little regard to accuracy.



you have phrased that beautifully, i always struggle to explain these things to my parents
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