Digihome 65 Inch Smart Wi-Fi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD £549.99 at Tesco Direct
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Digihome 65 Inch Smart Wi-Fi Built In Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD £549.99 at Tesco Direct

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Found 21st May 2015
It's back on sale today at £549.99 plus extra £20 off with code TDX-WRTX on Tesco direct website so making it £529.99 for a 65 inch tv wow. Plus free delivery.

Enhance your home entertainment experience with the Digihome 65/240 65" Smart TV. The LED backlighting on the Digihome Full HD TV produces sharper images, fantastic colour and clarity, bringing all the magic of the cinema into your living room.

Enjoy access to a wide range of content with Smart technology that uses Wi-Fi connectivity to bring you on-demand movies, TV and videos courtesy of BBC iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube and more. There is even a built-in Freeview HD tuner that gives you access to a wide range of TV channels with the addition of an electronic programme guide so you can keep on top of your week's viewing schedule.

Download the Digihome Smart Centre app from your app store (Android & iOS) on either a smartphone or tablet and you can control the TV from that device. Smart Centre application is dedicated to Smart TVs to increase your TV viewing experience. The application allows you to easily share the media content on your mobile device to your Digihome Smart TV.With a full EPG and the ability to launch smart apps on the TV direct from your device you will never need to worry about losing the remote control again. You can also watch any videos or view photos from you device on the big screen.

The Digihome Smart Centre includes favourite apps such as BBC News, BBC iPlayer, Drivecast, eBay. Muzu, ITN and many more to enjoy.

Take advantage of HDMI connectivity with multiple sockets integrated into the 65" TV for connecting devices like a gaming console or DVD player. The TV also supports USB connectivity that enables you to view and enjoy movies, pictures and music stored on a hard disk or flash drive.

PLUS "1.57%" TCB ;-)
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OOS 25/05/2015
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112 Comments

Looks good to me. Thought this would have gone red hot.

outside the 30 day return period sadly for me so can't claim the extra 20 off but price is hot for perfectly acceptable large tv.

Great Buy though anyone considering this should also look at the Hisense - more money but supports 4k:

amazon.co.uk/His…6Y0

(But wait for another lightning deal - when they are sold at 899)

rd3d2

Great Buy though anyone considering this should also look at the Hisense … Great Buy though anyone considering this should also look at the Hisense - more money but supports 4k:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hisense-65-inch-Widescreen-UHD-Monitor/dp/B00O1UF6Y0(But wait for another lightning deal - when they are sold at 899)



It's 100% more expensive, even on a lighting deal I would say these are not comparable.

Better to compare to a branded 50 inch as that will be around same price, not convinced anyone 'needs' a 65 inch television either, they just like the idea of it, each to their own I guess .

Edit - did add heat on this
Edited by: "delusion" 21st May 2015

I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a little sceptical on the smart features of these cheap ones. plus I really want active 3d. guessing there's nothing around this price that ticks all of those boxes.

nikc0069

I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a … I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a little sceptical on the smart features of these cheap ones. plus I really want active 3d. guessing there's nothing around this price that ticks all of those boxes.



The Hisense has active 3d and also comes with 2 pairs of glasses but is overkill if you don't want 4k quality

nikc0069

I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a … I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a little sceptical on the smart features of these cheap ones. plus I really want active 3d. guessing there's nothing around this price that ticks all of those boxes.


Then you need to have a look at mine as it is still up for sale.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/f-s-65-lg-led-3d-tv-699-2201284

Edited by: "tubbyhubby" 21st May 2015

Just bought this, but cant find anywhere if it has an ARC input which I would need for a soundbar ?
Edited by: "rajk" 21st May 2015

tubbyhubby

Then you need to have a look at mine as it is still up for sale.Here is a … Then you need to have a look at mine as it is still up for sale.Here is a link to my LG 65"




Cheers, but I'd need delivery, and as it is raised up on the wall I'd need active 3d too (and it doesn't give my wife a headache like passive does).

I think one of the hdmi is labeled arc - yes , hdmi1 has ARC written under it.
I've put a 3/4" thick board on top of our old 48" tv stand to fit the widely spaced feet on.
Edited by: "zzzz" 21st May 2015

can anyone actually tell me if it's worth it - i'm buying a new house and looking for a new TV but £500 is quite a lot at so i want to make sure i'm making the right decision.
Also, can you tell me what the guarantee period is?
Thanks!

Victoriaa

can anyone actually tell me if it's worth it - i'm buying a new house and … can anyone actually tell me if it's worth it - i'm buying a new house and looking for a new TV but £500 is quite a lot at so i want to make sure i'm making the right decision.Also, can you tell me what the guarantee period is?Thanks!



Website says 12 months?

Can't decide wether to take out the extra cover or not? Can it be taken out at a later date if I decide too or only at the time of purchase? Also is it a good price compared to other TV cover plans?

Its covered for 12 months anyway right?

Teasy

Can't decide wether to take out the extra cover or not? Can it be taken … Can't decide wether to take out the extra cover or not? Can it be taken out at a later date if I decide too or only at the time of purchase? Also is it a good price compared to other TV cover plans?Its covered for 12 months anyway right?


The whole thing is with budget stuff it doesn't last as long as quality branded stuff hence it's after the 12 months you need to consider

I sense a disturbance in the force. Across the UK the feckless are streaming to the local Tesco to purchase their new 65" TV whilst the kids go without food once again...

This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised this point before on similar deals, there is a problem.

I don't care what anyone says, one of the reasons you would buy a 65" TV is as a bit of furniture, a talking point, some wow factor. But as soon as anyone walks into your lounge and spots it, it's like 'wow, look at your...oh, Digihome'.

Basically, they just don't work without a proper badge on the front.

ezzer72

This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised … This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised this point before on similar deals, there is a problem.I don't care what anyone says, one of the reasons you would buy a 65" TV is as a bit of furniture, a talking point, some wow factor. But as soon as anyone walks into your lounge and spots it, it's like 'wow, look at your...oh, Digihome'.Basically, they just don't work without a proper badge on the front.



So how easy is it to swap the badge to say Samsung is the real question?

:P

ezzer72

This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised … This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised this point before on similar deals, there is a problem.I don't care what anyone says, one of the reasons you would buy a 65" TV is as a bit of furniture, a talking point, some wow factor. But as soon as anyone walks into your lounge and spots it, it's like 'wow, look at your...oh, Digihome'.Basically, they just don't work without a proper badge on the front.



Agreed, buy smaller but better has always been my rule of thumb with a TV. I'd much rather have a top quality 40" than lower quality 50"+. Unless you have a large room this TV will look ridiculous.

Thanks I've decided to order one and see how it is after reading the previous thread:
hotukdeals.com/dea…401

For £529.99 can't really complain even if it's for a spare room.

Mine doesn't have a badge on the front

twe

So how easy is it to swap the badge to say Samsung is the real question?:P



I guess

Though I'd imagine the picture will be some way off too, and it'll probably be a bit 'plasticky'..?

ipswich78

I sense a disturbance in the force. Across the UK the feckless are … I sense a disturbance in the force. Across the UK the feckless are streaming to the local Tesco to purchase their new 65" TV whilst the kids go without food once again...



Lol nice one, not far from the truth though.

Obviously a re-badged sony 8 series. Lol

ipswich78

I sense a disturbance in the force. Across the UK the feckless are … I sense a disturbance in the force. Across the UK the feckless are streaming to the local Tesco to purchase their new 65" TV whilst the kids go without food once again...



Oi, me kids ain't starving, dey get der fruit shoots and Maccy D's every nite.

is this wall mountable

My house is to big these are meant for the living room where you have to climb over the sofa to get through the door aren't they.?
Ideal for bedsits & 1 bed flats eh

smickermcg

is this wall mountable


Yes, vesa 400 by 400 and I think it weighs about 35kg.

rd3d2

Great Buy though anyone considering this should also look at the Hisense … Great Buy though anyone considering this should also look at the Hisense - more money but supports 4k:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hisense-65-inch-Widescreen-UHD-Monitor/dp/B00O1UF6Y0(But wait for another lightning deal - when they are sold at 899)



​You are not seriously suggesting a 4k MONITOR (it has no TV tuner) that only has HDMI 1.4 ports and no HEVC as a alternative to this?

Jez....

twe

So how easy is it to swap the badge to say Samsung is the real question?:P

If you wanted to have a Panasonic badge on it, you wouldn't have to do it yourself, it would be done in the assembly factory, as it is with Panny's A300 series.

ezzer72

This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised … This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised this point before on similar deals, there is a problem.I don't care what anyone says, one of the reasons you would buy a 65" TV is as a bit of furniture, a talking point, some wow factor. But as soon as anyone walks into your lounge and spots it, it's like 'wow, look at your...oh, Digihome'.Basically, they just don't work without a proper badge on the front.



Pfft!

A TV should NEVER be the focal point in a living room.

twe

So how easy is it to swap the badge to say Samsung is the real question?:P



Flipd

If you wanted to have a Panasonic badge on it, you wouldn't have to do it … If you wanted to have a Panasonic badge on it, you wouldn't have to do it yourself, it would be done in the assembly factory, as it is with Panny's A300 series.



ebay.co.uk/itm…a2c

ebay.co.uk/itm…e65

There you go you Charlatans

dijital

Pfft!A TV should NEVER be the focal point in a living room.



It perhaps should if you're watching it

What would you say is the most noticeable thing in your living room then?

ezzer72

It perhaps should if you're watching it :)What would you say is the most … It perhaps should if you're watching it :)What would you say is the most noticeable thing in your living room then?



A dog turd next to the sofa.

Banned

sure they do a 5 year warranty very cheap

haven't seen a tv this size that has a great picture

nikc0069

I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a … I'm in the market for a 65 inch to replace my 46 inch Samsung though a little sceptical on the smart features of these cheap ones. plus I really want active 3d. guessing there's nothing around this price that ticks all of those boxes.



My tupennies worth - don't buy a TV for its smart features. A few years down the line most apps would stop working as the app owners update their API‘s. Not many smart TV manufacturers are known for regular app updates. The best solution would be a cheap media centre PC, if this is not possible an Android box or an Apple TV which you can now grab for less than 50 quid.


Edited by: "hcc27" 21st May 2015

Bought this 2 weeks ago ...Best freakin picture ever and great sound ...£500 ffs Really.....Absolute steal

ezzer72

This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised … This is excellent value for money on the one hand, BUT, and I've raised this point before on similar deals, there is a problem.I don't care what anyone says, one of the reasons you would buy a 65" TV is as a bit of furniture, a talking point, some wow factor. But as soon as anyone walks into your lounge and spots it, it's like 'wow, look at your...oh, Digihome'.Basically, they just don't work without a proper badge on the front.



A much better reason to buy a 65" TV is just to watch things on a huge screen though A TV that size is always going to be a talking point of course, but for me that would be how f*cking massive the screen is and what it does feature wise. Don't understand the obsession some people have with the brand name personally, wouldn't pay £10 more to add a Samsung logo on their.

Ok just talked myself into buying it..

Teasy

A TV that size is always going to be a talking point of course, but for … A TV that size is always going to be a talking point of course, but for me that would be how f*cking massive the screen is and what it does feature wise.



I feel the talking point might be more 'is that £11.50 a week from Brighthouse?'.

I'm not a complete brand snob, and I don't think there's anything wrong with a 42" or smaller dodgy branded set, but if you're going to enter the super league, it's got to be of a certain standard.

Sooooooooooooo tempted simple yes or no please
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