electriQ 65” 4K tv with Freeview HD and Freeview Play - £719.97 @ Appliances Direct
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electriQ 65” 4K tv with Freeview HD and Freeview Play - £719.97 @ Appliances Direct

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Found 29th Oct
It’s reduced from £879.97 to £719.97. The review on few website as well as this website seem OK too. only a 50hz refresh rate TV but I thought might worth pointing out for someone who’s looking for 65inch around this sort of price.

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mod

Decent, thanks for posting masliya

I "think" this is the same TV as the AO one last year that came in at £565 on fleabay, strongly suspect it as the connection board has the exact same connections as that one. Ive had it for around a year now and its never put a foot wrong, its a decent screen and just HUGE, still a good price at just under £720!
Heaty

Can this be wall mounted ? Great price

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LOUGHBORO.GUY2 h, 13 m ago

Can this be wall mounted ? Great price


I can see the usual 4 screws at the back of the TV, which are for a wall mount bracket. See last photo please.

I have a wall mount for a 55inch TV, do wall mounts work on weight and since bigger tv's would be lighter now, would an older wall mount hold a newer TV?

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myjess21 m ago

I have a wall mount for a 55inch TV, do wall mounts work on weight and …I have a wall mount for a 55inch TV, do wall mounts work on weight and since bigger tv's would be lighter now, would an older wall mount hold a newer TV?


You have a very good point, This TV is about 24KG, if your current 55 inch TV is about the same weight then I can’t see why the current wall mount shouldn’t be good enough for this one too

Yes it can be mounted cheer

I would look at the weight regarding a wall mount too - but a really large tv may not swivel/tilt as much as a smaller tv if needed to.

Annoyingly I've got a TV stand with a pole at the back that the VESA mount hooks onto. That's limiting my largest diagonal screen size to about 55" by the looks of it. The mount points on this TV are too high at the top so the bottom of the screen will be well below the first shelf on my stand.

Ok I have a question.

I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to it. There's about 5" of space between the bottom of the TV and the top shelf.

Based on the image of the back of this 65" monster, I can already tell the top screws are too high, so if I were to screw the current mounting points in, the bottom of the TV would be below the top shelf.

So, if I bought THIS VESA mount and simply left the faceplate off, would I be able to mount the TV onto this stand by screwing in the hooks to one of the open holes? (See the 5th image down on eBay for how the two vertical adapters look & their many holes)

dkl_uk2 h, 19 m ago

Ok I have a question.I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to …Ok I have a question.I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to it. There's about 5" of space between the bottom of the TV and the top shelf.Based on the image of the back of this 65" monster, I can already tell the top screws are too high, so if I were to screw the current mounting points in, the bottom of the TV would be below the top shelf.So, if I bought THIS VESA mount and simply left the faceplate off, would I be able to mount the TV onto this stand by screwing in the hooks to one of the open holes? (See the 5th image down on eBay for how the two vertical adapters look & their many holes)


You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the wood strips to the current bracket then attach wood to the TV.

I just launched autocad to whip up a mock sketch for you, hope this is clear enough.
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BurnToasT3332 m ago

You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the …You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the wood strips to the current bracket then attach wood to the TV. I just launched autocad to whip up a mock sketch for you, hope this is clear enough.[Image]


I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your marvellous CAD image, but I'm afraid I have no faith in my own skills or the legitimacy of appointing two pieces of wood to hold my 30kg TV up

dkl_uk1 h, 19 m ago

I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your …I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your marvellous CAD image, but I'm afraid I have no faith in my own skills or the legitimacy of appointing two pieces of wood to hold my 30kg TV up


Why thank you and you are more than welcome.

I did this ghetto hack until I redo my office in the coming month and it does work for my old 50 inch boulder.

But yes agreed it is easier to just buy the correct thing for the job.
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